Comment: Romans almost never used crosses to crucify.

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Romans almost never used crosses to crucify.

They use a single vertical post, or a structure that resembled an uppercase "T." The lower case "t" is a pre-christian symbol, used to represent righteousness, which is why the mark is made on people's foreheads on Ash Wednesday. Alot of the Jesus myth is just that, a myth.

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