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).
an old seaport in northwestern Israel; an essential Roman town in ancient Palestine
Mart.), Basil of Caesarea (Ep. ii.