Feb 8, 2016

Caesarea Maritima

Caesarea maritima, Roman theatre, Berthold Werner. PD

Caesarea (Maritima)

Liberty Excavation Reports Requirements

INDEX of Sites

Modern Akko or Acre. Known as Caesarea Maritima and not to be confused with Phillipi. Be sure to consider the harbor excavations, theater and aqueduct, etc.  Make sure to consider the Mosaic quoting Romans and Pilate inscription.  For a bibliography see LINK. Remember to provide "the historical background of the site (including history of previous archaeological excavations, if any), objectives of the current excavation, progress at the site, and significance of discoveries to biblical study." Make sure to choose a good encyclopedia, journal articles, and books that specialize in the subject. This will give you a cross section of material.
  • Blakely, J. A. 1987. The Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima Excavation Reports Vol. 4. Lewiston, NY;
  • Bull, Robert J. Caesarea Maritima: The Search for Herod’s City. Biblical Archaeology Review 8, no. 3 (1982): 24–40. LOOKUP
  • Bull, Robert J. et al. 1986. “The Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima: Ninth Season, 1980.” BASORSup 24: 31–55;
  • Cotton, Hannah, and Werner Eck. A New Inscription from Caesarea Maritima and the Local Elite of Caesarea Maritima.” In What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem, 375–91. Leuven: Peeters, 2002. EBSCO
  • Crisler, J., 1982. “Caesarea World Monument,” BAR 8/3:24–40.
  • DeVries, LaMoine F. Caesarea Martima: Seaport  Gateway to Herod’s Kingdom.” in Cities of the Biblical World: An Introduction to the Archaeology, Geography, and History of Biblical Sites. Eugene, Oreg.: Wipf & Stock (2006): 255–263.
  • Graves, David E. Caesarea.” Key Themes of the New Testament: A Survey of Major Theological Themes (Moncton, N.B.: Electronic Christian Media, 2013), 268–69. Look Inside
  • Hohlfelder, Robert L. A Roman Engineering Tour de Force: The Building of King Herod's Harbor at Caesarea Maritima.” Archaeological Institute of America, 2010 LINK
  • Hohlfelder, Robert L. “Caesarea beneath the Sea.” Biblical Archaeology Review 8, no. 3 (1982): 24–40. LOOKUP
  • Hohlfelder, Robert L.,Beyond coincidence? Marcus Agrippa and King Herod’s Harbour,”  Journal of Near Eastern Studies 59 (2000): 241–53.
  • Hohfelder, Robert L. 1989. “Caesarea Maritima, Israel.” Pp. 132–36 in International Perspective on Cultural Parks. Mesa Verde, CO.
  • Hohfelder, Robert L., 1983. “Caesarea Maritima.” AJA 87/2: 191–92.
  • Hohfelder, Robert L., 1984. “Caesarea Maritima.” AJA 88/2: 225–26.
  • Hohfelder, Robert L., 1987. “Herod the Great’s City on the Sea.” National Geographic 171/2: 260–79.
  • Holum, Kenneth G. Caesareas temple hill: the archaeology of sacred space in an ancient Mediterranean city.” Near Eastern Archaeology 67 no. 4 (2004):184–99. EBSCO
  • Holum, K. G.; Hohlfelder, Robert. L.; Bull, R. J.; and Raban, A. 1988. King Herod’s Dream—Caesarea on the Sea. New York.
  • Magness, Jodi. Review of Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective after Two Millennia by Avner Raban;
  • Oleson, John P., Christopher Brandon, Robert L. Hohfelder. Constructing The Harbour Of Caesarea On The Sea: New Evidence From The Romacons Field Campaign Of October 2005.” The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 36 no. 2 (2007): 409–15. LINK
  • Oleson, John P.  The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. Vol. 1: The Site and the Excavations, BAR International Series, supplement 491, 1989 (editor and co–author), ISBN 0–86054–628–4
  • Oleson, John P.  The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. Vol. 2: The Finds and the Ship, BAR International Series, supplement 594, 1994 (editor and co–author), ISBN 0–86054–768–X
  • Raban, Avner, and Kenneth G. Holum. Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective After Two Millennia. Leiden: Brill Academic, 1996.
  • Raban, Avner, Hohlfelder, R.L., Oleson, J.P. The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima: results of the Caesrarea Ancient harbour Excavation Project, 1980–1995. I. The Site and the excavations. Oxford: BAR 1989.
  • Levine, Lee I.  Roman Caesarea: An Archaeological–Topographical Study. Qedem 2. Jerusalem, 1975.
  • Levine, Lee I. and Netzer, Ehud. 1986. Excavations at Caesarea Maritima 1975, 1976, 1979—Final Report. Qedem 21. Jerusalem.
  • Levine, Lee I. 1975. Caesarea under Roman Rule. Leiden.
  • Magness, Jodi. "Review of Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective after Two Millennia by Avner Raban; Kenneth G. Holum." Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, no. 308 (November 1, 1997): 108–10. LINK
  • Raban, Avner. 1984. “Caesarea Maritima, 1984.” RB 91/2: 246–52.
  • Raban, Avner. 1984. “Caesarea Harbor Excavation Project, 1984.” IEJ 34: 274–76. 
  • Raban, Avner. 1989. The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. Vol. l. BAR International Series 491. Oxford.
  • Raban, Avner, and Hohlfelder, R. L. 1981. “The Ancient Harbors of Caesarea Maritima.” Arch 34/2: 56–60.
  • Raban, Avner, and Kenneth G. Holum. 1996. Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective After Two Millennia. Leiden: Brill Academic.
  • Rousseau and Arav. 1995. “Caesarea Maritima,” JHW, 30–33;
  • Storvick, Olin J. and Govaars, Marylinda, “Excavations at Caesarea Maritima and the Vardaman Papers.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 371 (May2014): 163–184. EBSCO
  • Spencer, A. B., 1985. “Caesarea Maritima,” MCBW, 63–71. 
  • Vardaman, J., 1984. “Caesarea,” MDB, 125.

Dictionaries and Encyclopedias:

The list of abbreviations can be found here. LINK 
  • Blaiklock, Edward M. “Caesarea,” in Vol. 1 of Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, Vols. 1–5. Revised, Full–Color ed.Edited by Tenney, Merrill C., and Moisés Silva. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 1975, 1:680–81.  
  • Blaiklock, E. M., 1983. “Caesarea,” NIDBA, 111.
  • Bull, R. J., 1976. “Caesarea,” IDBSup, 120.
  • DeVries, L. F., 2006. “Caesarea,” in CBW, 263–55.
  • Ewing, W., and R. K. Harrison, 1995. “Caesarea,”  ISBE2, 1:567–69.
  • Harrison, R. K., 1982. “Caesarea,” NBD2, 155–56. 
  • Hohfelder, Robert L. “Caesarea (Place),” in The Anchor Bible Dictionary. 6 vols. Edited by David Noel Freedman, Gary A. Herion, David F. Graf, and John David Pleins.  New York, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1992, 1:798–803 
  • Holum, Kenneth G. “Caesarea,” Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. Freedman, David Noel, Allen C. Myers, and Astrid B. Beck, eds.  Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2000.
  •  Holum, K. G., 1997. “Caesarea,” OEANE, 1:399–404.
  • Holum, K. G., et al., 1993. “Caesarea,” NEAEHL, 1:270–91. 
  • Levine, Lee I. “Caesarea, Maritima,in The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism. Edited by John J. Collins and  Daniel C. Harlow. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2010, 453–56. 
  • Knight, G. W., 2003. “Caesarea,” HolBD, 218–19.
  • Milne, M. K., 1996. “Caesarea,” HBD, 148.
  • Negev, Avraham, and Shimon Gibson, eds. “Caesarea,” page 102107 in Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land. New rev., and updated. 1 vols. New York, N.Y.: Continuum International, 2001.
  • Negev, A., A. Frova and M. Avi-Yonah.,“Caesarea,” in Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land.4 vols. Avi–Yonah, Michael, and Ephraim Stern, eds. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1975, 1:270–85 
  • Pellet, D. C., 1984. “Caesarea,” IDB, 1:479–80.
  • Pfeiffer, Charles F., ed. “Caesarea,” pages 15456 in Wycliffe Dictionary of Biblical Archaeology. Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson, 2000.
  • Schoville, K. N., 1978. “Caesarea,” BAF, 337–45.
  • Singer, Isidore, Cyrus Adler, Gotthard Deutsch, Kaufmann Kohler, and Emil G. Hirsch, eds. “Caesarea,” in  The Jewish Encyclopedia. 12 vols. New York, NY: Funk & Wagnalls, 1906. LINK Not to be confused with the Bridger, David, and Samuel Wolk. The New Jewish Encyclopedia. Springfield, NJ: Behrman, 1962.
  • Vailhé, S. “Caesarea,” in The Catholic Encyclopedia. 16 vols. Edited by Condé Bénoist Pallen, Charles George Herbermann, and Edward Aloysius Pace. New York, N.Y.: Appleton Company, 1913. LINK

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