Caesarea: This city, once an obscure fortress called Strato's Tower, was built and superbly decorated by Herod the Great and called Cesarea, in honour of Augustus Cesar, to whom he dedicated it in the 28th year of his reign. It was situated on the shore of the Mediterranean, between Joppa and Dora, with a haven, rendered by Herod the most convenient on the coast: according to Ibn Idris and Abulfeda, 30 miles from Jaffa or Joppa, 32 from Ramlay, and 36 from Acco or Ptolemais; and, according to Josephus, 600 stadia, or 75 miles from Jerusalem, though the real distance is probably not more than 62 miles. Nothing now remains of the former splendour of Cesarea: the supposed sites of the ancient edifices are mere mounds of indefinable form; the waves wash the ruins of the mole, the tower, and the port; the whole of the surrounding country is a sandy desert; and not a creature except beasts of prey, resides within many miles of this silent desolation.
and had: Isa 2:3, Mic 4:2, Zec 3:10, Zec 8:20-23, Mat 9:9, Mat 9:10, Mar 5:19, Mar 5:20, Luk 5:29, Joh 1:41-49, Joh 4:28, Joh 4:29, Joh 1:1-3
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