Well, we all know that christianity wasn’t thought too highly of in the Roman Empire for quite awhile. (What with all the lion-feeding, and whatnot. )
My question is…Did the Romans have any common slurs or insults that were applied to christians, or Jesus himself, that we know of? I think I remember hearing that “The Nazarine” was used in the miniseries I, Claudius, to refer to Jesus…but I haven’t seen the series myself, so I don’t know for certain. (Or even that it was intended to be a slur by the characters using it.)
That’s…it, I think. Can anyone help me out?