MORE ANCIENT SOURCES
Origenes, Contra Celsum IV,44 (3rd cent. A.D.)
That wells were dug by the just men, as is written in the book of Genesis, we may find an indication in the admirable wells shown around Ascalon, which are noteworthy for their unusual shape, different from that of the other wells.
Eusebius, Onomasticon, 166:18-19 (ca. 295 A.D.)
Philistaea, which is now called Ascalon, and the renowned region of Palestine about it.
Anonymus Placentinus, Itinerarium 33 (ca. 570 A.D.)
Then we came into Ascalon where is the Well of the Peace. It is built like a theatre, in which one goes down by steps to the water. It is the resting-place of three brothers martyrs. Each of them had a name of his own, but they are usually called 'the Egyptians'.
BYZANTINE ADMINISTRATIVE LISTS
Hierocles, Synecdemos 721:1-11 (7th cent. A.D.)
Province of Palaestina Prima, 22 cities under a consularis: Cesarea, Dora, Antipatris, Diospolis, Azotos on the sea, Azotos inland, Eleuteropolis, Aelia which is also Jerusalem, Neapolis, [Livias], Sebaste, Anthedon, Diocletianopolis, Sycamazon, Ono, Sozousa, Ioppe, Gaza, Raphia, Ascalon, Gazaris, Betylion.
Georgius Cyprius, 997-1027 (7th cent. A.D.)
Province of Palaestina Prima, Aelia-Jerusalem, Caesarea, Dora, Antipatris, Diospolis wich is also Georgiopolis, Iamnia, Nicopolis, Ono, Sozousa, Ioppe, Ascalon, Gaza, Raphia, Anthedon, Diocletianopolis, Eleutheropolis, Neapolis, Sebaste, region of Amathous, region of Jericho, region of Livias, region of Gadara, Azotos Paralos, Azotos, Sycomazon, Bitylion, Tricomias, Toxos, Canstantiniac Salton, Geraritic Salton wich is also Barsamon.
Longinus (A.D. 321, 325)
Auxentius (A.D. 381)
Iovinus / Iubinus (A.D. 415)
Leontius (A.D. 449, 451)
Anastasius (A.D. 498/9)
Antonius (A.D. 498-515/36)
Stephanus, in Maiuma of Ascalon (A.D. 518)
Dionysius (A.D. 536)
Narses (VII cent. A.D.)
? (A.D. 939)
Elias (A.D. 1146)