The Confession of Pontius Pilate
First written, as alleged, in Latin by Fabricius Albinus, a playmate of Pilate. Translated into Arabic by Jerasimus Jared, late Bishop of Zahleh, in Lebanon, and rendered from the Arabic into English by Beshara Shehadi (1917).
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