The Story of the Angel by the Altar
... this city was called Caesarea-Philippi, or "Philip's Caesarea," from the name of
one of Herod's sons. ... were over, Zacharias went to his own home, which was ...
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Again the Council of the Covenant was in Session. ...
... Fate, which had whispered through lips of beauty in the palace at Caesarea, now
thundered in the voice of power. ... Vergilius bowed and left the home of Herod. ...
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Paul's Epistles; his Collection for the Poor Saints at Jerusalem ...
... Agrippa was great-grandson of that Herod who reigned ... the form a Roman province with
Caesarea for its ... to the royal stranger, vigorously pressed home his argument ...
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... travel with her betrothed husband to the home of their ... his people in order; but his
brother, Herod Antipas, was there ... and took up his abode in Caesarea, a city ...
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Travelling in Palestine --Roads, Inns, Hospitality, Custom-House ...
... it led across to Diospolis, and so on to Caesarea. ... or Babylonian beer, Egyptian drink,
and home-made cider ... places the secret police, whom Herod employed, would ...
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Some Associated Questions
... before been subject to Rome; and even Herod the Great's ... presence of an auxiliary
centurion  in Caesarea is impossible ... He was not at home in the province of ...
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The Early Years of Jesus
... birth in Bethlehem in the days of Herod, Mary being ... sought escape from the distractions
of home and village ... see, on the flank of Hermon, Caesarea-Philippi, his ...
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The Foundation of the Church among the Heathen
... quartered at the great stronghold of Caesarea was honoured ... Within her walls was the
home of the Apostles ... dispersion was the persecution by Herod Agrippa, which ...
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... Herod had built its walls, its theatre and amphitheatre ... And it was this which opened
every home to the ... there is a distinction made between Caesarea and the ...
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The Ecclesiastical Trial
... resided in the splendid new seaport of Caesarea, fifty miles ... and she conceded to
them as much home rule as ... the case by sending the Culprit to Herod of Galilee ...
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Nave's Topical IndexActs 12:19-23
And when Herod had sought for him, and found him not, he examined the keepers, and commanded that they should be put to death. And he went down from Judaea to Caesarea, and there stayed.Nave's Topical Index
Caesarea by Roman Soldiers to be Tried by Felix
Caesarea Philippi: A City in the North of Palestine; Visited by Jesus
Caesarea: Paul Conveyed To, by the Disciples to Save Him from his Enemies
Caesarea: The Home of Cornelius, the Centurion
Caesarea: The Home of Felix
Caesarea: The Home of Herod
Caesarea: The Home of Philip
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