Caesarea definitions

sē'zə-rē'ə, sĕs'ə-, sĕz'ə-
An ancient seaport of Palestine south of present-day Haifa, Israel. It was founded (30 bc ) by Herod the Great and later became the capital of Roman Judea. The city was destroyed by Muslims in 1265.
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An ancient city of northern Palestine near Mount Hermon in present-day southwest Syria. It was built in the first century ad on the site of a center for the worship of Pan.
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Seaport in ancient Palestine, on the Mediterranean, south of Haifa, Israel: Roman capital of Palestine.
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An ancient city of Cappadocia on the site of present-day Kayseri in central Turkey. The chief city of the region, it was destroyed by Persians in ad 260.
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City in ancient Palestine, near Mt. Hermon.
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(historical) Name of numerous cities and locations in the Roman Empire, among them Caesarea Mazaca, capital of Cappadocia (modern Kayseri) and Caesarea Maritima, capital of province Palestine.
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Origin of caesarea

From Latin Caesarēa, from Caesar.