Pontius Pilate and the Imperial Cult in Roman Judaea

@article{Taylor2006PontiusPA,
  title={Pontius Pilate and the Imperial Cult in Roman Judaea},
  author={Joanna E. Taylor},
  journal={New Testament Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={52},
  pages={555 - 582}
}
While Pontius Pilate is often seen as agnostic, in modern terms, the material evidence of his coinage and the Pilate inscription from Caesarea indicate a prefect determined to promote a form of Roman religion in Judaea. Unlike his predecessors, in the coinage Pilate used peculiarly Roman iconographic elements appropriate to the imperial cult. In the inscription Pilate was evidently responsible for dedicating a Tiberieum to the Dis Augustis. This material evidence may be placed alongside the… 
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