1 edition of Harbours of Caesarea Maritima found in the catalog.
Harbours of Caesarea Maritima
|Statement||general editor, John Peter Oleson. Vol.1, Site and the excavations / by Avner Raban ; with contributions by R.L. Hohlfelder...[et al.]. Pt.i.|
|Series||BAR -- 491, Publication / Centre for Maritime Studies, Haifa University, Israel -- no.3, Publication (Universiṭat Ḥefah. Center for Maritime Studies) -- no.3.|
|Contributions||Oleson, John Peter., Raban, Avner., Hohlfelder, Robert L., Caesarea Ancient Harbours Excavation Project (Israel), Universiṭat Ḥefah. Center for Maritime Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 238p. ;|
|Number of Pages||238|
The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. Vol. 1: The Site and the Excavations, BAR International Series, supplement , (editor and co-author), ISBN ; The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. Vol. 2: The Finds and the Ship, BAR International Series, supplement , (editor and co-author), ISBN X. Caesarea Maritima – Roman Seat of Power In about 13 B.C. Caesarea Maritima (Caesarea of the Sea) became the seat of power for the Roman praefecti of the Judaea province, and the capital was fully transferred here after the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. Eventually, about A.D., the city was renamed to Caesarea Palaestina and remained.
According to Josephus Flavius, events in Caesarea triggered the Great Jewish Revolt against the Romans ( CE). Now on the next day, which was the seventh day of the week, when the Jews were crowding apace to their synagogue, a certain man of Cesarea, of a seditious temper, got an earthen vessel, and set it with the bottom upward, at the entrance of that synagogue, and sacrificed birds. USER BOOK TITLE: Conformity and non (Hohlfelder, R.L., Building harbours in the early Byzantine era: the persistence of Roman technology. – Caesarea Maritima and the.
Results of the Caesarea Ancient Harbour Excavation Project Volume II: The Finds and the Ship Sub-series name: Center for Maritime Studies, Haifa University, Israel, in collaboration with Caesarea Ancient Harbours Excavation Project. Caesarea Maritima. Caesarea is located on the Mediterranean coast, about midway between Haifa and Tel Aviv. Archeological excavations during the s and s uncovered remains from many periods, in particular, a complex of fortifications of the Crusader city and the Roman theater.
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Harbour archaeology: Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Ancient Mediterranean Harbours, Caesarea Maritima, (BAR international series) Paperback – January 1, by Avner Raban (Editor)Format: Paperback. The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima Results of the Caesarea Ancient Harbour Excavation Project Volume II: The Finds and the Ship £ The habours of Caesarea Maritima (volume 1) - A.
RABAN, THE HARBOURS OF CAESAREA MARITIMA. RESULTS OF THE CAESAREA ANCIENT HARBOUR EXCAVATING PROJECT vol THE SITE AND THE EXCAVATIONS (in two parts).
British Archaeological Reports, Oxford Yizhar Hirschfeld (a1). Bull, R. Caesarea Maritima-The Search for Herod's City. Biblical Archaeology Review 8(3): Tectonic and Eustatic Changes on the Mediterranean Coast of Israel in the Last Years. “Caesarea was the first artificial harbor constructed in the ancient world” (IVP Dictionary of New Testament Background, p.
The success of this man-made harbor depended on the new invention of hydraulic concrete, used for the first time at Caesarea. The man-made harbor at Caesarea Maritima Pontius Pilate, Jews and Gentiles at Caesarea.
Caesarea — not to be confused with Caesarea Philippi in Galilee – was founded by Herod the Great Harbours of Caesarea Maritima book the site of an ancient fortified town.
In 22 BC, with no expense spared, he began building a new city and harbour. Massive breakwaters gave safe anchorage to ships, a sewage system was flushed by the tide, and a vast hippodrome seated more t people at chariot races.
3rd to 2nd century BC. Page 7. JP OLESON: A ROMAN SHEAVE BLOCK PROM ISRAEL i Figure 6. Sheave block from Kyrenia wreck (Photograph: Otis Imboden).
were. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Harbour Archaeology: Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Ancient Mediterranean Harbours, Caesarea Maritima, ” as Want to Read:Pages: The earliest investigations of the ancient harbor of Sebastos were made in when Edwin Link and his wife Marion came to Israel to explore the port of Caesarea Maritima.
The underwater remains of the submerged breakwaters may be seen from air in clear days and calm sea. The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. Vol. 1: The Site and the Excavations, BAR International Series, supplement(editor and co–author), ISBN 0–––4 Oleson, John P.
Caesarea (WebBible Encyclopedia, ) Interests the reader with both physically and biblically descriptive facts, including internal links to related topics.
Caesarea Maritima Mithraeum (Atlas Obscura) A discussion of the mithraeum, some of the surrounding mythology, and historical connections. Also includes some excellent photos. Climaxing a major excavation campaign inthe book treats the city's archaeology, history, and culture comprehensively, from urban development and economy to epigraphy, sculpture, and 3/5(1).
Get this from a library. The harbours of Caesarea Maritima: results of the Caesarea ancient harbour excavation project [John Peter Oleson;].
The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima: results of the Caesarea Ancient Excavation Project, Caesarea Maritima (“by the Sea”) is one of the most important cities in the Roman World, and a Crusader fortress along the road from Acre to Jerusalem.
Home > Sites > Sharon > Caesarea Maritima (overview). Contents: Background. History. Photos * Crusaders Fortress * Roman city Biblical.
Aerial Video. Links. Background: Caesarea Maritima (“by the Sea”) is located on the shore in the. The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. (two volumes) Archaeopress, Oxford (accepted). Over pp. + over illustrations, extended bibliography and indexes.
The harbor was a spectacle, and one of the wonders of the ancient world. In 10 B.C. Augustus Caesar decided to rebuild a small coastal station called Strato's Tower into a new city, which would be renamed Caesarea Maritima, in honor of Augustus.
He allotted the task to. Caesarea Maritima (/ ˌ s ɛ s ə ˈ r iː ə m ə ˈ r ɪ t ɪ m ə /; Greek: Παράλιος Καισάρεια Parálios Kaisáreia), formerly Strato's Tower,  also known as Caesarea Palestinae,  was an ancient city in the Sharon Plain on the coast of the Mediterranean, now in ruins and included in an Israeli national park.
Contents. History; Antiquity; Hellenistic and Early Roman. Caesarea Maritima / ˌ s ɛ s ə ˈ r iː ə m ə ˈ r ɪ t ɪ m ə / (Greek: Παράλιος Καισάρεια Parálios Kaisáreia), also known as Caesarea Palestinae, is an Israeli National Park in the Sharon plain, including the ancient remains of the coastal city of Caesarea.
The city and harbor were built under Herod the Great during c. 22–10 BC near the site of a former Phoenician. Caesarea Maritima lies on a sandy shore of the Mediterranean, about halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. This most fertile area of ancient Judea is the site of one of the most important cities of the Roman World and the capital of the Roman province of Judaea.
Caesarea was founded between 22 and 10 BC by Herod.A popularly written article on the history and archaeology of Caesarea. Holum, Kenneth G., and Robert L.
Hohlfelder, eds. King Herod’s Dream: Caesarea on the Sea. New York: Norton, E-mail Citation» A very accessible but dated survey of the history and archaeology of Caesarea Maritima with an introduction to the archaeological methods.