From Roman City to Crusader Fortress (Israel
MFA) Contains sections highlighting the
Roman, Byzantine, Arab, and Crusader periods in the history of
the site. Includes several pictures alongside relevant
text. A copy of this page is available at the
(Walking in Their Sandals)
Gives easy-to-read information on the location, biblical significance,
etc. Features links to photographs and on-line scripture
(Christian Travel Study Program) Features several good
pictures with excellent identifying captions, accompanied by
text highlighting interesting features of the region.
Features informative links within the text to other relevant
articles within the site and a "words and phrases glossary."
Also offers a "Scripture Summary" section.
Israel Experience) An extension of the Jewish Virtual
Library, this user-friendly page gives a readable account of the
history of the site, along with a summary of the important
archaeological finds, and modern features of the area.
Maritima (Into His Own) A brief,
encyclopedia-type article with multiple links to
related topics for further study.
Encyclopedia, ChristianAnswers.Net) Interests the reader with
both physically and biblically descriptive facts, including internal
links to related topics.
Maritima (PBS.org) Utilizes information gathered
for a special series on PBS' Frontline on the rise
of Christianity. Text follows the development of Caesarea
throughout the first few centuries.
Maritima in Israel (The Church of Christ in Zion, IL, by
David Padfield) Spotlights "one of the most important cities
in Israel during the time of Christ," reviewing its significance in New
Testament times and following historical periods. Also
discusses relevant biblical passages and highlights items of
archaeological interest. Includes links to the author's
pictures throughout the text.
(Crystalinks) Reviews the historical and archaeological
importance of this site with unique attention to interesting historical
(Unbound Bible) Briefly highlights the Acts 18
passage which mentions the city and the importance of
the seaport in Roman times. No
Caesarea Maritima (Personal Page) An
extremely detailed page with a click-able map which takes you to
primary sources, pictures, and links pertaining to various parts of the
city. Offers opportunity for fairly extensive research on
Page) Limited text, but site features
several excellent unique pictures.
Page, Journeys of Paul) Offers a brief glimpse of Caesarea in
the context of Paul's third missionary journey.
is Underwater Archaeology? (Nordic Underwater
Archaeology) Introduces the concept of underwater archaeology
for those more interested in the methods being used in Caesarea.
in Israel (Jewish Magazine) Provides the historic background
of the city and its aqueduct, theatre, city walls and harbor .