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  1. Fauzuru says:
    Mar 27,  · Pontius Pilate is believed to have hailed from the Samnium region of central Italy. Pontius Pilate served as the prefect of Judaea from 26 to 36 A.D. He convicted Jesus of treason and .
  2. Daijin says:
    Pontius Pilate was the Roman governor of Judea ( CE) during the reign of the Emperor Tiberius ( CE). His claim to fame is his role in crucifying Jesus. We do not know many details about his life. Apart from the New Testament gospels, two first-century Jewish writers, Philo of Alexandria (Embassy to Gaius ) and Josephus of Rome (Jewish War ; Antiquities of the Jews
  3. Faugami says:
    Pontius Pilate: Roman prefect of Judaea from 26 CE to 36 CE, best known for the execution of Jesus of Nazareth.
  4. Shakalmaran says:
    When we think of the Easter story and the events leading to Jesus’ death on the cross, one character we might think of is Pontius Pilate. He’s often depicted as an evil governor who signed Jesus’ death papers and sent the Lord to His execution without giving it much thought. For many people, he’s the other bad guy next to Judas Iscariot.
  5. Doulrajas says:
    Pilate is characterized as oppressive, greedy, stubborn, and cruel. Philo specifically catalogs “his venality, his violence, his thefts, his assaults, his abusive behavior, his frequent executions of untried prisoners, and his endless savage ferocity” (Gaium), though some claim Philo exaggerated the matter.
  6. Shakall says:
    Apr 06,  · Pontius Pilate was the fifth prefect of the Roman province of Judea from roughly A.D. Of this much we can be sure. In , archaeologists unearthed a Author: Candida Moss.
  7. Julabar says:
    Born Lucius Publius Pontius (the name "Pilate" was added later, probably for his military exploits), little is known of his life and what has been documented is found in the four gospels of the New Testament of the Bible and the Jewish historians Josephus and Philo of ryubusboundrenepholirachamingwrithan.xyzinfoal ID: · View Source.
  8. Mezizil says:
    Pontius Pilate had been close to Aurelius Sejanus, the commander of Caesar's bodyguards - the praetorian guard - and one of the most powerful men in Rome. About a year earlier, news reached Pilate that Sejanus had been executed for plotting against Caesar and many of his other friends had been executed as well.

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