This study approaches the remains of Caesarea from a broad perspective by examining a number of historical and archaeological questions raised by both surface finds and excavated material. Pertinent literary sources and parallels from the Roman world at large shed light on the history and functions of the various structures at Caesarea. An extensive bibliography is included.

2. Roman Caesarea

  • Author

    L.I. Levine

  • Pages

    64 pages, 8 plates  

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