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10:24 Caesarea. Caesarea was a large and attractive city on the sea coast about sixty-five miles northwest of Jerusalem. It was the capital of the Roman province of Judaea, where Pontius Pilate had his palace. Its remains are a popular tourist attraction today. An inscription actually bearing a reference to Pilate was excavated in 1960.

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