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Bridgeway Bible Dictionary
According to the biblical record, Caesarea Philippi was the most northerly town of Palestine that Jesus visited. It was located in northern Galilee, near the source of the Jordan River (Matthew 16:13; Mark 8:27). Like the much larger town of Caesarea on the Mediterranean coast, it was named in honour of the Roman Emperor. It was given the additional name Philippi in honour of Herod Philip, the provincial governor in whose territory it was located (cf. Luke 3:1).
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Fleming, Don. Entry for 'Caesarea Philippi'. Bridgeway Bible Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/bbd/c/caesarea-philippi.html. 2004.