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NOT JERUSALEM, but Caesarea Maritima, was the administrative center of Roman Judea during Pilate’s tenure. Built under Herod the Great and named in honor of Emperor Augustus, this coastal Mediterranean city boasted splendid architecture, including this praetorium (the governor’s palace) and the Tiberieum (a building in honor of Emperor Tiberius referenced in the Pilate Stone).