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A Brief Note by: Furtado - Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Before narrating Joseph's alleged apostolic mission to Glastonbury, The History of that Holy Disciple Joseph of Arimathea, written circa by an anonymous author, offers information about his birth from a respected family, his intellectual talents, his first religious inclinations, and—after the crucifixion episode—about a successful expedition to Rome.
It so happens that these new "contributions" can be examined in parallel with the beginning paragraphs of the autobiographical The Life of Flavius Josephus. The text to be used here is part of William Whiston's classic English translation, The Works of Josephus, originally published inand reedited by Hendrickson Publishers new updated edition, tenth printing, A slightly different digital version can be found at: In this connection, it is opportune to mention that, some years ago, I suggested that the Joseph of Arimathea of Arthurian tradition might have originated from a conflation of the biblical Joseph Joseph ab Arimathia with Flavius Josephus born Joseph bar Matthias ; for the details see: These sects are three: The brother of Josephus was called "Matthias", like their father, whilst "Jonathan", the name of Joseph of Arimathea's brother in the anonymous document, figures in the autobiography as an ancestor of Josephus.
On the other hand, the two texts concur in reporting the devotion of their respective Josephs to the sect of the Pharisees, though the document — this time with no correspondence in the autobiography — hastens to explain that its Joseph never became "addicted to the vices which too evidently appeared among them".
But of all differences the most important — and revealing — is that which is stressed in boldface type. Presenting Poppea as the wife of Tiberius is a gross historic error. It appears that the unknown author, seeing the name "Nero" in the autobiography of Josephus, deliberately replaced it by "Tiberius", in a clumsy attempt to displace the action to the start of Christianity.
All in all, the inevitable conclusion is that the eighteenth century document transposes passages from The Life of Flavius Josephus, in nearly verbatim form, to the story of Joseph of Arimathea prior to his legendary visit to England.sig code: meaning # number or quantity (e.g., Tylenol #3) & and % percent or percentage %DV: percent daily value(s) 5x/d: five times daily or five times per day.
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