Bible critics questioned the existence of Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea who handed Jesus over to die. Evidence that Pilate was once ruler of Judea is etched on a stone discovered at the Mediterranean seaport of Caesarea in
Pilate's Inscription discovered reads: “Pontius Pilate, Prefect of Judea.” The dating of the inscription, in connection with its mention of Tiberius places the governor Pontius Pilate at the same place and time as Jesus the Messiah.
Pontius Pilate inscription from Caesarea. Pilate was prefect of the Roman-controlled province of Judaea, CE. The only universally accepted archaeological find with an inscription mentioning the name "Pontius Pilatus" to date.
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Amazing website 1 of Pilate Stone - The Pilate Stone Is one of the most significant archaeological discoveries to date. The stone is significant because it is the only universally accepted archaeology bearing the inscription of 'Pontius Pilate'.
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A large and unusual Faenza drug jar circa 1560-70 Of ovoid shape, fully decorated in shades of blue, green, yellow, ochre and black with a large panel depicting Christ led by two Roman soldiers before the seated Pontius Pilate, a scrolled ribbon below inscribed in gothic script 'cll. leuctim', the remainder with a blue ground reserved with formal scrolling foliate designs in yellow and ochre, more narrow bands of similar decoration around the rims,
Many historians could not understand why an important person like Pontius Pilate was not listed in Roman records, but this stone slab mentions him. It is the only mention of Pilate aside from the gospels, Josephus, Philo, and some coins.