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4,325.  In pursuit of power mankind builds new empires.  New connections.  Now one man’s life and death will touch the lives of millions.  It will transform the destiny of an empire, and change the story of all of us.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Jesus Christ)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us III, History Channel 2012

 

4,326.  Jerusalem: 33 A.D.  A provincial city under Roman rule.  Occupied for a hundred years.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Jesus Christ)  ibid.

 

4,327.  It can take three days to die on a cross: blood-loss, shock, dehydration, suffocation.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Jesus Christ & Crucifixion)  ibid.

 

4,334.  For twenty years Britons have waged a guerrilla war against an occupation.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

4,335.  Leading the resistance, a mystical sect of priests – the Druids.  They worshipped the sun, the moon and the forest.  Druid means ‘man of oak’.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

4,336.  Mankind’s first full-time professional army.  Each soldier is armed with a gladius.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Army)  ibid.

 

4,337.  Paulinus has been a commander for twenty years ... His men kill as many as 80,000 people … the Druids annihilated.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

4,338.  The first priority for Rome is a network of roads.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Roads)  ibid.

 

4,339.  The Roman road – seven metres across, wide enough for an army to march six abreast.  Roman roads connect new Roman towns, and conquered people become citizens of an empire.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Roads)  ibid.

 

4,342.  Across the empire eight million people are slaves with no rights in Roman law.  (Humanity & Empire Roman)  ibid.

 

4,343.  Thousands of Christians are executed and become celebrated as martyrs.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Christian & Martyr)  ibid.

 

4,345.  A world connected like never before.  Christianity – the lasting legacy of the Roman Empire.  (Humanity & Empire Roman & Christianity)  ibid.

 

 

4,346.  Rome: 455 A.D.  At the gates of the imperial palace Genseric.  Known as the Spear King.  Chief of a tribe of Germanic warriors – the Vandals.  (Humanity & Germany & Empire: Rome)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us IV, History Channel 2012

 

 

12,261.  In 63 B.C. the Roman general Pompey led his legions into the land of Judea.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Judea & Empire: Roman)  Empires Special: Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites: The End of Days PBS

 

12,262.  The triumph of the Romans produced a crisis of faith amongst the Jews.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Judea & Empire: Roman)  ibid.

 

12,263.  The zealots made a public declaration of war against Rome.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Judea & Empire: Roman)  ibid.

 

 

12,264.  In 70 A.D. after a siege marked by starvation and terror of crucifixions the Roman army broke through the walls of Jerusalem.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Empire: Roman & Jerusalem)  Empires Special: Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites: The Gifts of the Jews PBS

 

12,265.  There would also be a monumental challenge from within: a breakaway form of Judaism called Christianity.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Empire: Roman & Christianity)  ibid.

 

12,266.  Masada: one rebel group was still holding out against Rome.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Empire: Roman)  ibid.

 

12,267.  The rebellion began among a band of outlaws living in the countryside.  Their leader was called Simon bar Kokhba.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Empire: Roman)  ibid.

 

12,268.  The Romans now set themselves the goal of wiping the Jews from Judea.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Empire: Roman & Judea)  ibid.

 

12,269.  The Romans changed the name of the region from Judea to Palestine.  Then they banned all Jews from Jerusalem.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Empire: Roman & Judea & Jerusalem & Palestine)  ibid.

 

12,270.  In the centuries ahead, this new prejudice of Christians towards Jews would lead to anti-Jewish laws, violent attacks and mass evictions.  (Bible & Old Testament & Israel & Empire: Roman & Christian)  ibid.

 

 

59,535.  Two thousand years ago at the dawn of the first century the world was ruled from Rome, and Rome was in turmoil.  Civil war had engulfed the empire's capital city.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  Empires: The Roman Empire in the First Century I: Order from Chaos, PBS

 

59,536.  From the chaos the Roman Empire would rise stronger and more dazzling than before.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

59,630.  The land of the Pharaohs was formally annexed to the Roman Empire.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

59,537.  Augustus not only changed the empire, he expanded it.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

59,538.  Nine year into his exile Ovid died; he outlived Augustus.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

 

59,539.  But the peace of Augustus came at a price.  By the end of his life Augustus had eclipsed the Senate, ruled as a monarch, and founded a dynasty that was fraught with troubles.  (Rome & Empire: Rome & Pompeii)  Empires: The Roman Empire in the First Century II: Years of Trial

 

59,540.  The decision to execute Jesus would launch a religion that would one day subsume the Roman empire.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

59,541.  In the years ahead Claudius would begin to lose his grip.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

 

59,542.  Near the middle of the first century a man named Seneca was banished for offending the Roman Emperor.  He was a living reminder that absolute power could bring absolute ruin.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  Empires: The Roman Empire in the First Century III: Winds of Change

 

59,543.  Rome creates a desert, Tacitus later wrote, and calls it peace.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

 

59,544.  In the twilight of the first century the Roman empire shook to its foundations ... Mount Vesuvius.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  Empires: The Roman Empire in the First Century IV: The Years of Eruption

 

59,545.  As the first century passed its mid-point, civil war would be unleashed and despotism would once more stalk the capital city.  (Rome & Empire: Rome & Civil War)  ibid.

 

59,546.  Vespasian’s forces won the day ... Vespasian, a rustic man of the camp, was now Emperor of Rome ... Pliny the Younger was a witness to his age.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

59,547.  Once again, the Army would control Rome’s future.  (Rome & Empire: Rome)  ibid.

 

 

12,549.  People all across the empire are celebrating the peace and the prosperity that Rome brought them, and they celebrate that by worshipping the Roman emperor as divine.  He is called God, he is called son of God, he is called Lord, Redeemer, and all of those of course titles that are given to Jesus by the first Christians.  (Jesus Christ & Empire: Roman & Rome)  Jonathan L Reed & John Dominic Crossan, author ‘In Search of Paul’

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