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Constantine Porphyrogenitus, Plots 173.13-29 " Καισαρείᾳ τῆς Παλαιστίνης ", " Καισαρείᾳ ", " Caesarea of Palestine ", and " Caesarea " are directly attested at Constantine Porphyrogenitus, Plots 173.13-29. This passage was written circa 930-955 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/218
Constantine Porphyrogenitus, Plots 162.22-36 " Καισαρείᾳ ", and " Caesarea " are directly attested at Constantine Porphyrogenitus, Plots 162.22-36. This passage was written circa 930-955 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/217
Epiphanius, Weights and Measures 18.506-518 is directly attested at Epiphanius, Weights and Measures 18.506-518. This passage was written circa NaN CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/338
Eutropius, Short History 7.10.3 " Caesareas ", and " Caesarea " are directly attested at Eutropius, Short History 7.10.3. This passage was written circa 367-369 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/52
George Choeroboscus, Prologue and Notes on Theodosius of Alexandria’s Introductory Rules 303.12-20 " Καισάρεια ", " Καισαρείας ", " Kaisareia ", and " Kaisareias " are directly attested at George Choeroboscus, Prologue and Notes on Theodosius of Alexandria’s Introductory Rules 303.12-20. This passage was written circa NaN CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/228
Jerome, Chronicle 200a-bCaeasrea Maritima is indirectly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 200a-b. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/277
Jerome, Chronicle 172i-173b is directly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 172i-173b. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/272
Jerome, Chronicle 167c-f " Caesaream ", " Turris Stratonis ", " Caesarea ", and " Strato’s Tower " are directly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 167c-f. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/271
Jerome, Chronicle 215f-216cCaeasrea Maritima is indirectly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 215f-216c. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/278
Jerome, Chronicle 181a-cCaeasrea Maritima is indirectly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 181a-c. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/273
Jerome, Chronicle 182b-cCaeasrea Maritima is indirectly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 182b-c. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/276
Jerome, Chronicle 218c-hCaeasrea Maritima is indirectly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 218c-h. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/279
Jerome, Chronicle 181f-182a " Caesarea Palestinae ", and " Caesarea Maritima " are directly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 181f-182a. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/275
Jerome, Chronicle 181d-eCaeasrea Maritima is indirectly attested at Jerome, Chronicle 181d-e. This passage was written circa 380-381 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/274
Justinian I, Digesta L 15.8.7 " Caesarienses ", and " Caesarea " are place names attested in Justinian I's Digesta L 15.8.7. This testimonium was written circa 530 - 533 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/79
Justinian I, Digesta L 15.1.6 " Caesariensis ", and " Caesarea " are place names attested in Justinian I's Digesta L 15.1.6. This testimonium was written circa 530 - 533 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/57
Photius, Bibliotheca 89 " Καισαρείας Παλαιστίνης ", and " Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine " are place names attested in Photius's Bibliotheca 89. This testimonium was written circa 820 – 891 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/147
Photius, Bibliotheca 118 " της Καισαρείας ", " εν Καισαρεία ", " at Caesarea ", " bishop of Caesarea in Palestine, ", and " at Caesarea, " are place names attested in Photius's Bibliotheca 118. This testimonium was written circa 820 – 891 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/148
Procopius, Secret History 30.18 " ἐν Καισαρείᾳ ", and " at Caesarea " are place names attested in Procopius's Secret History 30.18. This testimonium was written circa 550 - 558 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/201
Procopius, Secret History 11.25 " Καισαρείᾳ ", are place names attested in Procopius's Secret History 11.25. This testimonium was written circa 550 - 558 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/53
Procopius, Secret History 27.26-27.31 are place names attested in Procopius's Secret History 27.26-27.31. This testimonium was written circa 550 - 558 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/55
Procopius, Secret History 11.29 are place names attested in Procopius's Secret History 11.29. This testimonium was written circa 550 - 558 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/54
Procopius , Secret History 29.17-29.18 " Καισαρέων ", and " Caesarea " are place names attested in Procopius 's Secret History 29.17-29.18. This testimonium was written circa 550 - 558 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/200
Pseudo-Aelius Herodianus, Parsings 63 " Καισαρείας ", and " Kaisareia " are directly attested at Pseudo-Aelius Herodianus, Parsings 63. This passage was written circa 1100-1400 CE possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/45
Socrates Scholasticus , Ecclesiastical History 4.4Caesarea Maritima is indirectly attested in Socrates Scholasticus 's Ecclesiastical History 4.4. This testimonium was written circa 439 CE. This work was likely written in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/151