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Acta Pilati (Acts of Pilate)

apocryphal account of Crucifixion. [Rom. Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 7]
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The name Longinus is found in the Gospel of Nicodemus that was added as supplement to the apocryphal Acts of Pilate.
(1) The author of the 'Acts of Pilate', part of the sixth-century apocryphal Gospel of Nicodemus, amplifies Procula's sympathies, making her a Jewish supporter of Jesus.
164-225), including translations of the whole of the Acts of Pilate, the Descensus, the letters of Pilate to Claudius and Tiberius, and the Paradosis Pilati, with selections from the Anaphora Pilati, Vindicta Salvatoris, Mors Pilati, and the narrative of Joseph of Arimathea, and finally brief introductions to and summaries of three other Pilate texts.