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Mosaic of St Paul
  46-57 AD - Paul spreads the Christian message.
Saul of Tarsus is one of the fiercest persecutors of Christians until, one day, he has an extraordinary conversion while on the road to Damascus. Using his Latin name, Paul, he becomes the champion of the faith, traveling the length and breadth of the empire carrying the Christian message to the Roman world.

48 AD - Murder of Messalina.
Messalina, wife of Claudius, is accused of conspiring against her husband and executed.
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