The life of a Roman soldier was full of risk, danger and camraderie, but it could also be beset with loneliness. Many soldiers joined in order to build a better future for themselves ...Life in the Roman Army at London’sBritish Museum.
There is another similar account where Jesus responded to the request of a Roman soldier (definitely not a lost sheep of Israel) but Jesus’ response in this account is completely different! (Luke 7.1-10).
Greek and Latin inscriptions were also found in Wadi Bayir and Jaquiline Calzini inferred that the name Sabinus mentioned in one of them could refer to a Roman soldier of the local origin as the area ...
The magisterial scene is completed by a marble-encased door topped with a bronze cartouche and statues representing Roman and Germanic law... soldiers were key in most aspects of the first Nuremberg trial, from collecting evidence to guarding prisoners.
The story of Cornelius is quite fascinating. He was a Roman officer, a gentile, and a commander of 100 soldiers ...Acts 10.1-2 describes him this way ... A centurion was an officer in the ancient Roman army who commanded 100 legionaries ... .
The faith was illegal under Roman Law at the time. He was later imprisoned for marrying Christian soldiers. Emperor Claudius II did not want his men married because he felt marriage weakened his soldiers.
Simply Francis Publishing, the local boutique book imprint, has published a time travel epic of Biblical proportions ... There, they're offered the job of three lifetimes ... (But what if a Roman soldier walks up, yelling at them in Latin?) ... Book review.
both productions show that Jesus is for everyone — whether it’s the Roman soldier or the kids everyone in the town thinks are trouble ... The contrast between the bright reds of the Romans and the more muted colors the disciples wear is fascinating ... 1 ... 29.
'The camp was the permanent military base for over 5,000Roman soldiers for more than 180 years, from 117-120 to about 300AD ... 228AD - The Romans were being attacked by barbarian tribes and soldiers ...
The base measures an enormous 550 meters long by 350 meters wide and served as the permanent encampment for over 5,000Roman soldiers from around 117-300 CE ... 1,800-Year-Old IronLegion Roman Legionary Base exposed at the foot of Tel Megiddo .
Valentine’s acts defied Roman law, and the priest was martyred for his beliefs. The Roman emperor outlawed marriage so that he could send young men to war with no connections, believing soldiers would be more willing to die in battle.