Titulus crucis- the sign on The Cross.

The Titulus Crusis is a piece of the wooden sign(title panel or titulus) that was supposedly put on Jesus's cross when he was crucified.


On the sign it is inscribed the phrase-' Jesus Nazarene , king of the Jews' in three languages Latin,Greek and Aramaic.

The phrase reads in the three languages as follows:

• (a). IESVSNAZARENVSREXIVDÆORVM
 • (b). ΟΒΑΣΙΛΕΥΣΤΩΝΙΟΥΔΑΙΩΝΟΥΤΟΣ 
• (c). זה הוא ישוע מלך היהודים


The sign is nowadays kept at a church in Rome and it claimed that this is the original sign hang on the actual cross of Jesus.


This is rejected by scholars as a forgery of medieval times.
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