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Roman ruins

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Roman column base

Keywords: Stock Photo Picture Caesarea Caesarea Maritima Haifa District Historic Monument Historical Sites Israel Jewish Homeland Jewish State Landmarks Mehoz Hefa Middle East Roman Roman Influence Roman column base Ruins Vertical

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Roman column base

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Caesarea Caesarea Maritima Haifa District Historic Monument Historical Sites Israel Jewish Homeland Jewish State Landmarks Mehoz Hefa Middle East Roman Roman Influence Roman column base Ruins Vertical Images Pictures Pics Photographs Fotos Stock Photos
Notes:
Caesarea, Israel - Caesarea Maritima, called Caesarea Palaestina from 133 CE onwards, was a city and harbor built by Herod the Great about 25?13 BC. Today, its ruins lie on the Mediterranean coast of Israel about halfway between the modern cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa, on the site of Pyrgos Stratonos ("Strato" or "Straton's Tower", in Latin Turris Stratonis). In 13 BCE, Caesarea became the civilian and military capital of Judaea, and the official residence of the Roman procurators and governors, Pontius Pilatus, praefectus and Antonius Felix.
City/Location:
Caesarea
State/Province/
Subregion:
Mehoz Hefa
Country:
Israel
Camera:
Aperture:
1.2
Shutter Speed:
1/2000s
ISO Setting:
125
Focal Length:
85.0mm
Image ID:
Israel_1459-Column_Base
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