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What Has Athens to Do with Jerusalem: Essays in Honor of Gideon Foerster Rutgers, Leonard Victor, ed. What Has Athens to Do with Jerusalem: Essays in Honor of Gideon Foerster. Leuven: Peeters, 2002. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/RXPWKBFR
Water-Mills with Pompeian-Type Millstones at Naḥal Tanninim ’Ad, Adi, Uzi ’Ad, ʿAbd al-Salam Saʿid, and Rafael Frankel. “Water-Mills with Pompeian-Type Millstones at Naḥal Tanninim.” Israel Exploration Journal 55, no. 2 (2005): 156–71. https://www.worldcat.org/title/water-mills-with-pompeian-type-millstones-at-naal-tanninim/oclc/5544892289&referer=brief_results. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/H4T2H59U
Watermills in Eretz-Israel and their Contribution to Water Power Technology Avitsur, S. “Watermills in Eretz-Israel and Their Contribution to Water Power Technology.” In Transactions of the Second International Symposium on Molinology, Danmark, May, 1969, edited by Anders Jespersen, Santos Simões, Rex Wailes, J. Kenneth Major, and Pieter Groot, 393–99. Lingby: The International Molinological Society, 1977. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/GR3A6WTS
Where Vespasian Was Proclaimed Emperor, Caesarea Maritima on the Coast of Israel Negev, Avraham. “Where Vespasian Was Proclaimed Emperor, Caesarea Maritima on the Coast of Israel.” Illustrated London News. October 26, 1963, 6482 edition. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/XHRDUPIL
Working Base Raban, Avner. “Working Base.” In The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima: Results of the Caesarea Ancient Harbour Excavation Project 1980-85 (Volume I, Parts 1-2): The Site and the Excavations, edited by Avner Raban and John Peter Oleson, 1:243–45. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 491. Oxford: Archaeopress, 1989. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/UZ76EDDQ
Warehouses and Granaries in Caesarea Maritima Patrich, Joseph. “Warehouses and Granaries in Caesarea Maritima.” In Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective after Two Millenia, edited by Avner Raban and Kenneth G Holum, 146–76. Leiden, 1996. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/S2KVRHJ6
What Became of Herod’s Caesarea Maritima? Cansdale, L. “What Became of Herod’s Caesarea Maritima?” Patristic and Byzantine Review 11 (1992): 53–66. URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/bibl/877FQCGT