Caesarea Maritima - A settlement in Judea
The city and harbor of Caesarea Maritima were built under Herod the Great during c. 22–10 BC near the site of a former Phoenician naval station known as Stratonos pyrgos.

It later became the provincial capital of Roman Judea, Roman Syria Palaestina and Byzantine Palaestina Prima provinces. It was populated throughout the 1st to 6th centuries AD and became an important early center of Christianity during the Byzantine period, but was mostly abandoned following the Muslim conquest of 640. It was re-fortified by the Crusaders, and finally slighted by the Mamluks in 1265.

The ruins of the ancient city, on the coast just about 2 km south of modern Caesarea, were excavated in the 1950s and 1960s and the site was incorporated into a new national park in 2011.

Modern location: National park in Israel

(1) Caracalla 215-217 AD
Obverse: Laureate bust right, draped shoulder; AVT KAI AN_TWNINOC CE
Reverse: Eagle facing, head left, wreath in beak, serpent-entwined torch below; ΔHMAPX EΞ VΠATOC TO Δ
Ref: Prieur 1659A
(2) Caracalla 215-217 AD
Obverse: Laureate head right; AVT KAI ANT_WNINOC CE
Reverse: Eagle on altar facing, head right, wreath in beak, pellet in circle between eagle's legs, serpent-entwined torch below; ΔHMAPX EΞ_VΠATOC TO Δ
Ref: not in Prieur, maybe unique?
(3) Claudius 43/44 AD
Obverse: ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟC ΚΑΙCΑΡ, Head of Claudius facing right, wearing laurel wreath
Reverse: ΕΤΟΥC ΚΑΙCΑΡΕΩΝ Γ, Head of Tyche facing right, wearing turret headdress and veil
Ref: RPC I 4084; Sydenham 58
(4) Diadumenian 217-218 AD
Obverse: draped and cuirassed bust right; M OP DIADVMENIAN[V?] CAE
Reverse: Serapis head right wearing modius; COL·P·FL·AV_F·C·CAESAR
Ref: Kadman 78; SNG ANS 801; Rosenberger...