A Digital Archive
Joseph L. Rife, Phillip I. Lieberman, and David A. Michelson, General Editors
Wikimedia Commons. This photo was taken as part of WikiAir in Israel, in cooperation with The Israeli Association of General Aviation.
Pilot: Eli Inbar. Flight Code: IL-13-02.
The image has been cropped and reused here under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
Caesarea-Maritima.org is a growing digital archive of archaeological evidence, ancient to early modern textual evidence, and modern scholarship about the historic settlement of Caesarea Maritima (Καισάρεια/Caesarea Palestinae/قيسارية/ܩܣܪܝܐ/קֵיסָרְיָה/Keisarya/Qaysaria) on the Mediterranean coast in northern Israel today. It is a collaborative endeavor under the aegis of the Caesarea City and Port Exploration Project (CCPEP). Since 2017 CCPEP has embraced a mission of research, education, public outreach, and cultural heritage management, focusing on joint excavations by Vanderbilt University and the Israel Antiquities Authority in the heart of the ancient and medieval city. The editors of Caesarea-Maritima.org and their colleagues and consultants aim to build bridges with interested scholars, students, and a public audience as we enrich our knowledge of this important place and share that knowledge openly and effectively for common use and enjoyment. Learn more about the digital archive...
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