Pilatus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Pontius Pilatus) - Roman governor of Judaea, 26-36 A.D.
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as. 201.2 .  Pilatus was sent by Tiberius to be the
same year the governor Pilatus secretly by night set up
the statues of Caesar, Pilatus used the sacred treasure,
rison by Tiberius. Pilatus wrote to Tiberius about the fai
bout 26 A.D., by Pontius Pilatus - see Josephus, AJ_18'59]
forth His disciples to preach, Pilate, the governor of the province
as a god. 8 When Pilate, the governor who had pronounced
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