While Peter was there, he baptised Cornelius and his whole family. The process of evangelisation had begun. This was the type of discipleship that Jesus had prepared them for.
Near the amphitheater, a stone tablet was found with an inscription of the name Pontius Pilate, and dedicated to Tiberius Caesar. This tablet leads us to believe that Pilate consecrated a temple of Tiberius in Caesarea. This is important evidence of the existence of Pontius in Caesarea.
During King Herod's reign, many infrastructure projects such as the aqueduct pictured above, were designed and built under his watchful eye, He ensured food and water security for the people and strengthened trade routes and facilities which built their economy. King Herod was also quite paranoid and didn't think twice about sentencing people to death. Do your feelings ever stop you from thinking logically?