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Julius Caesar 

Born: July 100 BC
Died: 15 March 44 BC
Although Julius Caesar is not mentioned by name in the Bible, he played a key role in establishing the Roman world into which Jesus and his followers were born.
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Julius Caesar


Bust Made: 117 – 138 AD

Place: Trajan’s Forum, Rome, Italy


Photographed at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy.




Julius Caesar


Bust Made : 1 – 25 AD

Place: Corinth


Julius Caesar refounded Corinth as a Roman colony in 44 BC. It was settled by freed slaves from a number of Roman territories. One group of freedmen were ex Judean slaves.


1 Cor 12:13

For we were all baptized by one Spirit so as to form one body—whether Jews or Gentiles, slave or free—and we were all given the one Spirit to drink.


Photographed at Corinth Museum, Ancient Corinth, Greece


Julius Caesar


Bust Made : 1800s AD

Place: Italy, probably in Rome


Copied from Roman original


Photographed at the British Museum, London, England

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