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A Friend of Caesar

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        LC ClassificationsJune 28, 2007
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        Paginationxvi, 131 p. :
        Number of Pages44
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        ISBN 101406824526
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According to Wikipedia: "William Stearns Davis April 30, 1877 - February 15, 1930American educator, historian, and author, has been cited as one who "contributed to history as a scholarly discipline. Brutus, then seeing his own defeat as inevitable, killed himself.

Pilate: A Friend to Caesar or Not?

Three days ago I bade you consult the heavens, that this night you might be able to declare their message, not merely to me, but to these my friends, who will shape their actions by mine. Lentulus went into the atrium, and there had an angry conference with the local land-steward, over some accounts which the latter presented.

I have heard very evil reports of him while in the city. Marsh seems to take the story at face value see Frank Burr Marsh, The Reign of Tiberius, p. Here it is in short.

A Friend of Caesar

Lucius was more in love with Cornelia than he admitted even to himself. I have found in him no grounds for the death penalty. "Therefore everyone everywhere, even if he was not naturally well disposed toward the Jews, was afraid to engage in destroying any of our institutions, and indeed it was the same under Tiberius though matters in Italy became troublesome when Sejanus was organizing his onslaughts.

Therefore, the Jews were uttering a threat to Pilate.