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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Vespasian (A.D. 9–79) was Emperor from A.D. 69 to A.D. 79. In A.D. 60, Vespasian led the Roman forces in quelling a Jewish rebellion. His son, Titus, sacked Jerusalem and destroyed the Jewish temple. When Vespasian became Emperor, he was considered to have been generous, patient, and amiable.

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