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He was called the King of the Jews, believed to be a Messiah and just before Passover, the Romans beheaded him and crucified many of his followers. But his name was not Jesus
it was Simon, a self-proclaimed Messiah who died four years before Christ was born. Now, new analysis of a three-foot-tall stone tablet from the first century B.C., being hailed by scholars as a Dead Sea Scroll on stone, speaks of an early Messiah and his resurrection. Was Simon of Peraea real? Did his life serve as