Caeserea+JSC-I - CE-33 5 CS-59 Byzantine remains –...

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1 CS-17 CS-1 Caesarea Theatre CS-34 The Theatre CS-38
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2 Caesarea Hippodrome CS-3 Caesarea Hippodrome CS-27 Hippodrome interior CS-28 Herod’s Promontory Palace
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3 CS-21 CS-24 Pontius Pilate Stone CS-2 Harbor CS-19 Herodian stones at the Caesarea harbor CS-42 Temple platform (above)
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4 CS-46 Nymphaeum (see next slide) CS-47 CE-32 Temple to Augustus (at bottom) – newer structures above Temple to Augustus Caesar CE-32 Three levels of sacred structures – Roman temple / church / mosque
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Unformatted text preview: CE-33 5 CS-59 Byzantine remains – Caesarea as a Christian city Romans 13:3 “Do you wish to have no fear of the authority? Then do what is good, and you will receive its approval ” Byzantine-period tax collector or treasury house, with quotation from Romans 13:3 The aqueduct (bringing water from the Mount Carmel springs)...
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