Cæsarea, a Syrian seaport, 30 m. N. of Joppa, built in honour of
Augustus Cæsar by Herod the Great, now in ruins, though a place of note
in the days of the Crusades. Also C. Philippi, at the source of the
Jordan, whence Christ, on assuring Himself that His disciples were
persuaded of His divine sonship, turned to go up to Jerusalem, and so by
His sacrifice perfect their faith in Him.
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