Roman aqueduct, Caesareaالقناة الرومانية (قصارية)

Roman aqueduct, Caesarea

Roman Period (63 BCE—325 CE)

Source: Image on Brittanica website
Sketch: Shaymaa Abu-Hasanain [Gaza], Gaza
Embroidery: Mayyada Abu Sitta [Bir Seb’a] Gaza
Size: 59 x 71 cm

The aqueduct at Caesarea is on the coastal plain south of Haifa. The town and aqueduct were built by Herod the Great around 25–13 BCE, as the port city Caesarea Marittima. It served as an administrative centre for the province of Judea in the Roman Empire

Further viewing

Palestinian History Tapestry exhibition in Stroud from Feb 18—23rd Lansdown Hall & Gallery, Lansdown, Stroud GL5 1BB.

A unique opportunity to view selected pieces from the Palestinian History Tapestry in one of Stroud's premier galleries.

The exhibition will run from the evening of Monday 17th February to Sunday 23rd, opening from 11am—6pm.

Come and see this beautiful work, experience the Palestinian History Tapestry as never before.