Joint Expedition to Caesarea

“If you would not fear the authority, then do good and you will receive praise.” This admonition from Romans 13:3, written in Greek on a mosaic floor in the Archive Building, greeted visitors in the late fifth or early sixth century A.D. It is one of several mosaic inscriptions found in this public building which opened onto the Cardo Maximus—the colonnaded north-south thoroughfare of Caesarea.