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View looking north from the Promontory Palace where the governor of Caesarea Maritima resided.
The prominent position of this Palace, overlooking the circus, was a reminder to those attending the chariot and foot races that Rome (the Emperor as represented through the governor) was the great benefactor of the games and of the political order.
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