Caesarea (disambiguation)

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Caesarea, a city name derived from the Roman title "Caesar", was the name of numerous cities and locations in the Roman Empire:

  • Caesarea, a modern Israeli town, near ancient Caesarea Maritima
  • Caesarea in Cappadocia, modern Kayseri, an ancient Roman and modern Turkish city
  • Caesarea Maritima, also known as "Caesarea Palaestina", an ancient Roman city near the modern Israeli town
  • Caesarea Philippi, also known as "Caesarea Paneas", an ancient Roman city in the Golan Heights
  • Caesarea in Cilicia, renamed "Anazarbus", an ancient Cilician and Roman city in modern Turkey
  • Caesarea Antiochia, also known as "Antioch of Pisidia", an ancient Pisidian and Roman city in modern Turkey
  • Caesarea Germanice, renamed "Germanicopolis", an ancient Roman town in modern Turkey
  • Caesarea in Algeria, modern Cherchell, an ancient Roman city and modern Algerian town
  • Caesarea Magna, modern Shaizar, an ancient Roman city and modern Syrian town
  • Claudiocaesarea, modern Beyşehir, an ancient Roman city and modern Turkish town
  • The island of Caesarea, modern Jersey, in the Channel Islands

Caesarea may also refer to: