In the remote province of Judea, the Roman rulers spoke Latin, the cultivated elite Greek, the priests Hebrew, and the common folk Aramaic. The two tales in this book are about the extraordinary adventures of an imaginary character, Ayshu. His Aramaic name is rendered in Hebrew as Y’shua, in Greek as Iesous and in Latin as Iesus.
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