Epiphany

Epiphany

‘Where is the one who has been born “King of the Jews”’, asked the Magi when they reached Jerusalem. Herod, who had been honoured with the title ‘King of the Jews’ by Augustus Caesar was deeply troubled. The extraordinary lavish palace he had constructed in Jerusalem was his second home. Caesarea, now his capital city on the Mediterranean coast with the new artificial port he had established, had transformed the economics of the country.