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Antonio Piñero on Jesus was Caesar (22 October 2014)

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Piñero and Carotta at the Escorial conference

Fulvius de Boer may be known to our readers: he wrote this awesome piece against the detractor Anton van Hooff a couple of years ago (English translation). Now Fulvius just recently came across this blog post by a semi-supporter, Antonio Piñero, a Complutense professor of Greek philology who specializes in early Christian literature (archive; English translation by Google). Fulvius told us that he tried to post a comment there, but his reply hasn’t been published yet. Maybe because it was written in English? Are they translating it? (On that note: is there a benevolent reader who wants to translate it into Spanish for us?) At any rate, we already like Fulvius’ comments in English, so while we wait, we will reproduce his original reply here:

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Écija | Conferencia: 17 de Marzo | Lecture: 17 March

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Francesco Carotta ha dado en la ciudad de Écija, la antigua colonia cesárea de Astigi, una conferencia sobre la importancia del 17 de marzo: 17 de Marzo – Liberalia: Victoria de Munda, Fundación de la Colonia Astigi, Funeral de Julio César. Su conferencia también incluye la investigación previa sobre la fecha del funeral de César y su conexión con la última victoria en la guerra civil. Los textos en español están disponibles en PDF aquí (revisado y bifurcado [junio/julio 2010]): Astigi quod Iulienses – El misterio de Astigi y la palmera de Munda”; “Noche de San Juan”).

Francesco Carotta has held a lecture in the city of Écija, the former Caesarian colony of Astigi, on the importance of 17 March: 17 de Marzo – Liberalia: Victoria de Munda, Fundación de la Colonia Astigi, Funeral de Julio César. His lecture also includes previous research on the date of Caesar’s funeral and its connection to the final victory during the Civil War. The Spanish texts are available as PDFs here (revised and forked [June/July 2010]): Astigi quod Iulienses – El misterio de Astigi y la palmera de Munda”; “Noche de San Juan”).

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