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Pontius Pilate Roman Procurator of Judaea

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Pontius Pilate - (chiefly known for crucifixion of Jesus) ruled 26-36 A.D.
Procurator of Judaea under Emperor Tiberius, Roman Emperor: 14-37 A.D.
Bronze Prutah Struck at the mint of Jerusalem 30 A.D.
Reference: Hendin 649
 Lituus, surrounded by TIBEPIOY KAICAPOC.
Date LIZ (= year 17 = 30 C.E.) within wreath.

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Ecce Homo ("Behold the Man"), Antonio Ciseri's depiction of Pilate presenting a scourged Jesus to the people of Jerusalem.

Pontius Pilate; Latin: Pilatus, was the Prefect of the Roman Empire's Judaea Province from the year AD 26 until AD 36. Typically referenced as the fifth Procurator of Judea, he is best known as the judge at Jesus' trial and the man who ordered his crucifixion, as attested by the non-Christian Cornelius Tacitus (who doesn't mention the method of execution itself), the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus and by the Bible.

Pilate appears in all four canonical Christian Gospels. Mark, depicting Jesus as innocent of plotting against Rome, portrays Pilate as extremely reluctant to execute Jesus, blaming the Jewish hierarchy for his death. In Matthew, Pilate washes his hands of Jesus and reluctantly sends him to his death. In Luke, Pilate not only agrees that Jesus did not conspire against Rome, but Herod Antipas, the tetrarch, also finds nothing treasonous in Jesus' actions. In John, Jesus' claim to be the Son of Man or the Messiah to Pilate or to the Sanhedrin is not portrayed.

Pilate's biographical details before and after his appointment to Judaea are unknown, but have been supplied by tradition, which include the detail that his wife's name was Claudia Procula (she is canonized as a saint in the Greek Orthodox Church) and competing legends of his birthplace.

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