FC: Iter ad Iudaea
1: Memoriam nostram iter princeps gloriosa
2: The crew consisted of two captains, myself and Maximus Plutonius, along with our fellow assistants Sextus Tyrillian and Phillas Heraditus and fourty other journeymen. Our Journey began in Rome and continued to Puteoli where we boarded among two ships and sailed off onto the Trryhenian Sea. It was only days later that we emerged onto the Mediterranean Sea.
5: It had been five weeks since we had last seen land. The crew had stopped at the delta of the Nile to refuel supplies.
6: When we arrived in Judea we noticed their unique coinage. Since the province of Judea was previously a part of the Persian Empire, some of their coins still had Persian royalty on them. Some of the designs, like the owl, had come from the Greek city-state, Athens.
8: However, their coins were far from the only thing unique about Judea. Judea and Rome have been known for their conflict of religion. | I sent out my assistant Sextus Tyrillian to find and speak with the past citizens of Judea. Tyrillian reported back a week later to tell us about theses forgotten people.
9: The past citizens of Judea are known as the Hebrews. They are very much unlike us. They do not believe in our many gods but only one - one who empowers all of life and creation.