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Hadrian and Caesarea: An Episode in the Romanization of Palestine Holum, Kenneth G. “Hadrian and Caesarea: An Episode in the Romanization of Palestine.” The Ancient World 23 (1992): 51–61. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/R2J32VYG
Harbor Structures of the Augustan Age in Italy Giafrotta, Piero A. “Harbor Structures of the Augustan Age in Italy.” In Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective after Two Millenia, edited by Avner Raban and Kenneth G Holum, 65–76. Leiden: Brill, 1996. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/LACBDGN7
Harbour Archaeology: Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Ancient Mediterranean Harbours : Caesarea Maritima, 24-26.6.83 Raban, Avner, ed. Harbour Archaeology: Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Ancient Mediterranean Harbours : Caesarea Maritima, 24-26.6.83. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 257. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 1985. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/SVXXJ6U5
Hellenistic and Roman Pottery, Preliminary Report, 1990 Berlin, Andrea M. “Hellenistic and Roman Pottery, Preliminary Report, 1990.” In Caesarea Papers: Straton’s Tower, Herod’s Harbour, and Roman and Byzantine Caesarea. Including the Papers Given at the Symposium Held at the University of Maryland, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington on 25-28 March, 1988, edited by R. Lindley Vann, 112–24. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 5. Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1992. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/NBUR6GVW
Hellenistic Pottery from Caesarea Maritima: A Preliminary Study Roller, Duane W. “Hellenistic Pottery from Caesarea Maritima: A Preliminary Study.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, no. 238 (1980): 35–42. https://www.worldcat.org/title/hellenistic-pottery-from-caesarea-maritima-a-preliminary-study/oclc/5546210080&referer=brief_results. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/5PVZS2EM
A Hellenistic Quay in Caesarea's North Bay? Hillard, T. W. “A Hellenistic Quay in Caesarea’s North Bay?” Mediterranean Archaeology 2 (1989): 143–46. https://www.worldcat.org/title/hellenistic-quay-in-caesareas-north-bay/oclc/217128982&referer=brief_results. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/8BFCP8UM
A Hemicycle with a View Burrell, Barbara. “A Hemicycle with a View.” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 63/64 (2019 2018): 137–67. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/A9UMZSYS
Herod and Augustus: Papers Presented at the IJS Conference, 21st-23rd June 2005 Jacobson, David M., and Nikos Kokkinos, eds. Herod and Augustus: Papers Presented at the IJS Conference, 21st-23rd June 2005. IJS Studies in Judaica 6. Leiden: Brill, 2009. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/PQJFIUMK
Herod and Vitruvius: Preliminary Thoughts on Harbour Engineering at Sebastos Oleson, John Peter. “Herod and Vitruvius: Preliminary Thoughts on Harbour Engineering at Sebastos.” In Harbour Archaeology: Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Ancient Mediterranean Harbours : Caesarea Maritima, 24-26.6.83, edited by Avner Raban, 165–72. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 257. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 1985. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/6PETQ7GE
Herod's "Amphitheatre" at Caesarea Porath, Y. “Herod’s ‘Amphitheatre’ at Caesarea.” Qadmoniot: Quarterly for the Antiquities of Eretz-Israel and Bible Lands / קדמוניות: כתב־עת לעתיקות ארץ־ישראל וארצות המקרא 112 (1996): 93–99. https://www.worldcat.org/title/herods-amphitheatre-at-caesarea/oclc/5792957785&referer=brief_results. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/9KJHSVFE
Herod’s ‘Amphitheater’ at Caesarea: A Multipurpose Entertainment Building Porath, Yosef. “Herod’s ‘Amphitheater’ at Caesarea: A Multipurpose Entertainment Building.” In The Roman and Byzantine Near East: Some Recent Archaeological Research, edited by John H. Humphrey, 15–27. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 14. Ann Arbor, MI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1995. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/Q2YPYAUT
Herod’s Amphitheatre at Caesarea: Preliminary Notice Porath, Yosef. “Herod’s Amphitheatre at Caesarea: Preliminary Notice.” ‘Atiqot 25 (1994): 11. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/2AN8S2V6
Herod’s Hippodrome/Stadium at Caesarea and the Games Conducted Therein Patrich, Joseph. “Herod’s Hippodrome/Stadium at Caesarea and the Games Conducted Therein.” In What Has Athens to Do with Jerusalem: Essays in Honor of Gideon Foerster, edited by Leonard Victor Rutgers, 29–68. Leuven: Peeters, 2002. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/SIYN3Y7H
Herod’s Hippodrome/Stadium at Caesarea in the Context of Greek and Roman Contests and Spectacles Patrich, J. “Herod’s Hippodrome/Stadium at Caesarea in the Context of Greek and Roman Contests and Spectacles.” In VeZoth-LeYehudah [Yehudah Ben Porath Festschrift], edited by E. Reiner and Y. Ben Aire, 119–66. Jerusalem: Yad Yizhak Ben Zvi, 2003. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/2LAXAEFL
Herodian Caesarea—The Urban Framework Patrich, Joseph. “Herodian Caesarea—The Urban Framework.” In For Uriel: Studies in the History of Israel in Antiquity Presented to Professor Uriel Rappaport, edited by Menahem Mor, 497–538. Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center, 2005. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/FGY4PQMK
Herodian Caesarea: The Urban Space Patrich, Joseph. “Herodian Caesarea: The Urban Space.” In The World of the Herods. Volume 1 of the International Conference The World of the Herods and the Nabataeans Held at the British Museum 17-19 April 2001, edited by Nikos Kokkinos, 93–130. Oriens et Occidens 14. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2007. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/PPWRBY9K
Histoire nestorienne (Chronique de Séert), seconde partie, fasc. 2 Unknown. Histoire nestorienne (Chronique de Séert), seconde partie, fasc. 2. Edited by S. G. Addai Scher and Robert Griveau. Patrologia Orientalis, 13.4. Paris: Firmin Didot, 1919. https://archive.org/details/patrologiaorient13pariuoft. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/DAFQWU3X
History of the Inner Harbour in Caesarea Toueg, Ronni. “History of the Inner Harbour in Caesarea.” Center for Mediterranean Studies News 24/25 (1998): 16–18. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/VR3HDQKG
A Hoard of Abbasid Coins from Caesarea Levy, S. “A Hoard of Abbasid Coins from Caesarea.” Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical, and Geographical Studies 7 (1964): 37–68. https://www.worldcat.org/title/hoard-of-abbasid-coins-from-caesarea/oclc/879830244&referer=brief_results. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/KSZ5PFZK
A Hoard of Roman Gold Coins of the 1st-2nd Centuries A.D. (from the Sea Bottom at Caesarea) Kindler, Arie. “A Hoard of Roman Gold Coins of the 1st-2nd Centuries A.D. (from the Sea Bottom at Caesarea).” Alon: Bulletin of the Israel Numismatic Society 3 (1969): 69–101. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/V6RSXNDK
Hoarding the Gold Solidus Lampinen, Peter. “Hoarding the Gold Solidus.” Biblical Archaeologist 56 (1993): 119. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/X5N3W9GY
Holy Pilgrimages Unknown. “Holy Pilgrimages.” In Pilgrimage to Jerusalem and the Holy Land, 1187-1291, edited by Denys Pringle, 167–72. Crusade Texts in Translation 23. London: Routledge, 2018. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/TP5TTEYP

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