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We are sitting in the theater facing the Mediterranean.
Standing on the stage facing east. This image is a panorama. To view the whole image, right click on the picture and select "open picture in new tab".
An arched hall at the northwest corner of the theater.
Replica of the Pilate Stone
A replica of a block of limestone found in 1961 at Caesarea Maritima bearing the inscription of Pontius Pilate.
The Pilate Stone
The actual Pilate Stone on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Well for fresh water
The remains of the lower pool at Herod's palace at Caesarea.
"I appeal unto Caesar."
This hall at the palace in Caesarea may have been where Paul made his appeal in Acts 25:11-12.
Is it possible that this room is where Paul spent his Caesarean imprisonment?
Where people would have come to view events such as chariot races.
Caesarea's Inner Harbor
In the first century, Caesarea had an inner and outer harbor. The inner harbor is currently covered in grass. You can see the steps at the edge of the grass that people would have used to step down into small boats, which would then ferry them to larger, sea faring vessels in the outer harbor.
Side view of the inner harbor.
Panorama of Caesarea's Outer Habor
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Caesarea Crusader Gate
Herod the Great's Aqueduct
Some of the remains of the aqueduct Herod the Great had built to provide Caesarea with fresh water.
Originally the aqueduct was covered on top.