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  Caesareia   Maritima - a city on the coast of Palestine
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Hieron:Chron_2005   Strato's Tower, and renamed it Caesareia in honour of Caes
Joseph:AJ_13.313   or of the same name with that Caesareia which is seated
Joseph:AJ_14.76   mples, and changed its name to Caesareia. All these Pompeiu
Joseph:AJ_15.293   but was by him named Caesarea. [294]   Moreover, he chose
Joseph:AJ_15.339   The city itself was called Caesarea, which was also itself built
Joseph:BJ_1.80   the same name with that Caesareia which lay by the sea-sid
Joseph:BJ_1.156   and had its name changed to Caesareia, by king Herodes.
Joseph:BJ_1.414   cribed to Caesar, and named it Caesareia accordingly. [415]
Joseph:BJ_1.543   and, taking ship thence to Caesarea, pondered in his mind over
Joseph:BJ_1.551   a town not far from Caesarea, and ordered them to be
Joseph:BJ_1.613   the port of Sebastos, at Caesarea.
Malal_224   of Straton's Tower to Caesareia of Palestine, and king
MegTaan_3   memorates the capture of Caesareia by the Hasmoneans; but
Plin:HN_5.69   Ceto. Next Apollonia, and Strato's Tower otherwise Caesarea, founded

  Caesareia 2   Mazaca - a city in Cappadocia
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  + Caesarea
Festus:Brev.11 city in Cappadocia, was named Caesarea in honor of Caesar
Hieron:Chron_2036 hed city of Mazaca was renamed Caesareia, by order of Tibe
Malal_224 changed the name of Mazaca to Caesareia of Cappadocia.

  Caesareia 3   Philippi - a city in northern Palestine, formerly called Paneas
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Hieron:Chron_2041   lding at Paneas and renamed it Caesareia Philippi. He also
Plin:HN_5.71   of Panias from which Caesarea described later takes its
Plin:HN_5.74   Panias (in which is Caesarea with the spring mentioned

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