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Caesarea Maps & Plans

Work at the promontory palace has generated many maps, plans and photographs. Click on the map at left to view major areas of the palace and the features found in them. Other images are linked below, and you can find students' graphic interpretations of the palace in the gallery.

Aerial Views of the Site





Evolution of the palace through time: (large images; longer download times)

Hellenistic Period

Early Palace: 22-15 B.C.

Middle Phase: 15 B.C.-1 A.D.

Later Roman & Byzantine Modifications

site design and construction by Neil Shea
Copyright 2002 by Kathy Gleason