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Jerome, Illustrious Men 75 "Caesariensis", "Caesariensi", "Caesareae Palaestinae", "Caesarea", and "Caesarea in Palestine" are directly attested at Jerome, Illustrious Men 75. This passage was written ca. 392-393 C.E. possibly in Bethlehem.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/139
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Jerome, Illustrious Men 98Caesarea Maritima is indirectly attested at Jerome, Illustrious Men 98. This passage was written ca. 392-393 C.E. possibly in Bethlehem.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/140
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Jerome, Illustrious Men 43 "Caesareae Palaestinae", "Turris Stratonis", "Caesarea in Palestine", and "Strato’s Tower" are directly attested at Jerome, Illustrious Men 43. This passage was written ca. 392-393 C.E. possibly in Bethlehem.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/141
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Jerome, Illustrious Men 113and "Caesareae" is directly attested at Jerome, Illustrious Men 113. This passage was written ca. 392-393 C.E. possibly in Bethlehem.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/142
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Jerome, Illustrious Men 130 "Caesareae Palaestinae", and "Caesarea Palestinae" are directly attested at Jerome, Illustrious Men 130. This passage was written ca. 392-393 CE possibly in Bethlehem.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/143
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Isidore of Seville, Etymologies 15.1.8and "Caesarea" is directly attested at Isidore of Seville, Etymologies 15.1.8. This passage was written ca. 610-636 CE possibly in Seville.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/149
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Justinian I, Novels 129.1 "Caesariensium", and "Caesarea" are directly attested at Justinian I, Novels 129.1. This passage was written ca. 551 C.E. possibly in Constantinople.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/164
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Jacques de Vitry, Eastern History 23-25 "Cesaream", "Cesaream Palestinam", "Turris Stratonis", "Cesarea", "Caesarea", "Caesarea in Palestine", and "Strato’s Tower" are directly attested at Jacques de Vitry, Eastern History 23-25. This passage was written ca. 1216-1225 C.E. possibly in Acre.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/171
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Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 1.3 "Cesarea Palestine", and "Cesarea maritima" are directly attested at Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 1.3. This passage was written ca. 1274-1285 CE possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/202
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Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 7.17 "Caesaream Palestine", and "Caesarea Palestinae" are directly attested at Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 7.17. This passage was written ca. 1274-1285 CE possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/203
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Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 10.1-5 "Cesarea", "Pyrgus Stratonis", "Cesaream", and "Caesarea" are directly attested at Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 10.1-5. This passage was written ca. 1274-1285 CE possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/204
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Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 13.12 "Cesaream Palestine", and "Caesarea Palestinae" are directly attested at Burchard of Mt. Sion, Description of the Holy Land 13.12. This passage was written ca. 1274-1285 C.E. possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/205
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Ludolf von Sudheim, Journey in the Holy Land 28 "Caesaream Palestinam", "Caesarea Palaestina", "Caesarea", and "Caesarea of Palestine" are directly attested at Ludolf von Sudheim, Journey in the Holy Land 28. This passage was written ca. 1336-1345 C.E. possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/209
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Unknown, Bordeaux Itinerary 584.1-586.2 "Caesareae Palestinae", "Caesarea Palestina", and "Caearea Palestinae" are directly attested at Unknown, Bordeaux Itinerary 584.1-586.2. This passage was written ca. 333-334 C.E. possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/211
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Unknown, Apocryphal Acts of Peter 49.20-50.10 "Caesaream", and "Caesarea" are directly attested at Unknown, Apocryphal Acts of Peter 49.20-50.10. This passage was written ca. ca. 200-400 C.E. possibly in Italy.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/216
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Dietrich, The Holy Places 1616-1624 "Cesarea Palestine", and "Caesarea Palestinae" are directly attested at Dietrich, The Holy Places 1616-1624. This passage was written ca. 1170-1173 CE possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/224
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Unknown, Exhibit of the Whole World and its Peoples 26and "Caesarea" is directly attested at Unknown, Exhibit of the Whole World and its Peoples 26. This passage was written ca. 500-600 C.E. possibly in .URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/225
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Unknown, Exhibit of the Whole World and its Peoples 31and "Caesarea" is directly attested at Unknown, Exhibit of the Whole World and its Peoples 31. This passage was written ca. 500-600 C.E. possibly in .URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/226
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Unknown, Exhibit of the Whole World and its Peoples 32 "Caesarea", and "Caesaream" are directly attested at Unknown, Exhibit of the Whole World and its Peoples 32. This passage was written ca. 500-600 C.E. possibly in .URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/227
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Pseudo-Odoric of Pordenone, The Holy Land 65-66 "Cesaream", "Cesarea Palestine", "turris Stratonis", "Cesarea", "Caesarea", "Caearea Palestinae", and "Strato's Tower" are directly attested at Pseudo-Odoric of Pordenone, The Holy Land 65-66. This passage was written ca. ca. 1350-1500 C.E. possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/232
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Riccoldo da Monte di Croce, Book of Pilgrimage 6.23-6.28 "Cesaream", "Cesarea", and "Caesarea" are directly attested at Riccoldo da Monte di Croce, Book of Pilgrimage 6.23-6.28. This passage was written ca. 1288-1291 C.E. possibly in Baghdad.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/233
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Marino Sanudo the Elder, Secrets for Those Faithful to the Cross 2.4.25 "Caesaream", and "Caesarea" are directly attested at Marino Sanudo the Elder, Secrets for Those Faithful to the Cross 2.4.25. This passage was written ca. 1306-1321 C.E. possibly in Aegean Greece.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/234
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John of Würzburg, Description of the Holy Land 489-495 "Cesarea Palaestina", "Turris Strathonis", "Caesarea Palaestina", and "Strato’s Tower" are directly attested at John of Würzburg, Description of the Holy Land 489-495. This passage was written ca. ca. 1160 C.E. possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/236
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Unknown, Bordeaux Itinerary 600.1-6and "Caesarea" is directly attested at Unknown, Bordeaux Itinerary 600.1-6. This passage was written ca. 333-334 C.E. possibly in Palestine.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/237
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Marino Sanudo the Elder, Secrets for Those Faithful to the Cross 3.6.4 "Caesaream", "Cesaream", "Turris Stratonis", "Caesarea", "Caesarea Palestinae", and "Strato’s Tower" are directly attested at Marino Sanudo the Elder, Secrets for Those Faithful to the Cross 3.6.4. This passage was written ca. 1306-1321 C.E. possibly in Aegean Greece.URI: https://caesarea-maritima.org/testimonia/238