Geographical sites:

  • Caesarea (click here to focus in map) (see also Pleiades #678401)
    Pleiades_icon Stratonos Pyrgos/Caesarea settlement Geocontext: Qesaria/Qaisariye ISR
    Description: An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 69 A4 Stratonos Pyrgos/Caesarea
  • Emmaus (click here to focus in map) (see also Pleiades #687891)
    Pleiades_icon Emmaus/Nicopolis settlement Geocontext: Imwas
    Description: An ancient settlement of Judea that is mentioned in numerous ancient sources including the Gospel of Luke. Now situated within the modern Canada Park in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, the site was known in modern times as Imwas and was populated until 1967.
  • Nicopolis (click here to focus in map) (see also Pleiades #857248)
    Pleiades_icon Nicopolis settlement Geocontext: Yeşilyayla, formerly Pürk
    Description: An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 87 D4 Nicopolis

Citations:

Text #3050

Jerome. "Chronicle"
[p. 284] http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/jerome_...

Nicopolis and Caesarea were ruined in an earthquake.

Text #6255

Elias of Nisibis. La Chronographie d'Élie Bar Šinaya
[p. 57]

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Year 438. In which there was an earthquake; Nicopolis and Caesarea were overthrown (Chronological Canon of Andronicus).1

  1. Translated from French by the editor. Original: An 438. En lequel il y eut un tremblement de terre; Nicopolis et Césarée furent renversées (Canon chronologique d’Andronicus).

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