The Background

The events that took place in the Middle East between 40 BC and 96 AD changed the world forever; so much so that the world's most predominant ruling body, the Roman Empire, changed the world's calendar to give ancient history an end date and modern history a beginning.

Archaeology in the Middle East has uncovered over 25,000 artefacts – historical items which verify Biblical accounts of events in history to be accurate.

From the discovery of an inscription in the excavated wall of Caesarea, which verified Pontius Pilate as being the Governor of Judea in the year 26 AD, to the discovery of the crucifixion nails in the Ossuary (burial box) of Caiaphas, the Jewish High Priest. Archaeology hasn’t failed to stun scientists and historians alike as to show the book we now call the Bible is in fact a historical record of events compiled by at least 36 authors. 

Secular writers also recorded many of the events that took place along with the lives of prominent people. These writers included Josephus, (who was a contemporary of the Apostle Paul), and Pliny, a respected Roman journalist who was killed during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.

The books of Josephus, Pliny, Eusebius, along with scores of other writers and historians have been compared and crossed referenced to ensure that historical facts contained in Pax Regnum are accurate.

Pax Regnum’s writer has used Biblical accounts, historical evidence, and secular records intermixed with reasonable deduction to create Pax Regnum’s compelling storylines and characters.


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