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Re: Re: Roman military diet

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  • Marco Berni
    Indeed, it is widely accepted now that the offer of vinegar was a gesture of compassion for a dying man not one of cruelty. Marco
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 30, 1999
      Indeed, it is widely accepted now that the offer of vinegar was a gesture of compassion for a dying
      man not one of cruelty.

      Marco

      > If Jesus was offered the "vinegar" from a Roman soldier's
      > "canteen" it was a gift of quenching thirst, and no dishonor.
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