Caesarea

Jewish

Geographic Details

Coastal Plain

32.50683478117231     34.89414989948273     Open the map in a new window

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Archaeological Evidences

Late Roman and/or Byzantnine

Jacob Ori (1947), Michael Avi-Yonah (1956, 1962)

Mosiac floor with Hebrew and Greek inscriptions.

Hebrew (Naveh 1978: 87-90), Greek (Roth-Gerson 1987: 113-124: CIIP Vol. II: 55-64)

yes

National park entrance fee. 39₪ per adult, 24₪ per child, 33₪ per student.

Selected Bibliography
  1. Avi-Yonah, M. "The Caesarea synagogue" in The New Encyclopedia of Archeological Excavations in the Holy Land. Jerusalem, 1993: 278-280.
  2. Price, J. J. "List of the 24 priestly courses in Hebrew; 4-5c. CE; (no.1145)" in Corpus Inscriptionum Iudaeae/Palastinae. ed. W. Ameling; et al, Berlin, 2011.
  3. Storvick, O.J. and Govaars, M. "Excavations at Caesarea Maritima and the Vardaman papers" BASOR 371, 2014: 163-184.
Photos, Plans and Links

General view - Gilead Peli all rights reserved © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

General view - Gilead Peli all rights reserved

The Mosaic floor - Gilead Peli all rights reserved © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

The Mosaic floor - Gilead Peli all rights reserved

Mosaic fragment - Gilead Peli all rights reserved © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Mosaic fragment - Gilead Peli all rights reserved

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