meaning of Caesarea

Caesarea meaning in Etymology Dictionary

Latin town name produced by Caesar, used in honor of the emperors for some new and existing towns within the Roman Empire, including modern Kayseri, Turkey; Shaizar, Syria, and Cherchell, Algeria (representing a French spelling of an Arabic name based on a Berber garbling of Latin term).

Caesarea meaning in General Dictionary

an old seaport in northwestern Israel; an essential Roman town in ancient Palestine

Sentence Examples with the word Caesarea

Mart.), Basil of Caesarea (Ep. ii.

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