Jesus was almost certainly crucified in the reign of Tiberius.
Tiberius in Give Me Back My Legions! Edit
Given his talents as a general, Tiberius was actually Augustus's first choice to lead an expedition to Germany. However, Tiberius was already engaged in putting down an uprising in Pannonia. Thus, the task fell to Publius Quinctilius Varus, who failed in the task spectacularly.
Tiberius in "Shock and Awe"Edit
During Tiberius Caesar's reign, a man known as the Son of God led an uprising in the Jewish regions. One of the Son's sayings was "Give Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and give God what belongs to God." When the Son was captured, a Roman soldier named Marcus said that the Son's life (referred to metaphorically as "his ass"), and that of his right hand man the Rock, belonged to Caesar now.
While Tiberius isn't named specifically as the reigning Caesar, the POD should not have affected him.
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