Jesus Among the Julio-Claudians


About this ebook

This book demonstrates that Rome did not conquer the kingdoms of the East. Instead, the Ptolemaic/Seleucid royal family made Rome the seat of a new empire. This insight explains the otherwise bizarre behavior of Tiberius, Caligula, Nero and also the strange rule of Rome's puppet king Herod the Great in Jerusalem. An exciting outcome of this study is that the Roman/Herodian identities of the Gospel figures, including and especially that of Jesus, can be definitively named.

About the author

Charles N. Pope is an independent researcher, and host of since the 1990's.

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