How did Paul of Tarsus die?

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Paul of Tarsus died at about 55 years old.
The apostle Paul wrote the Christian religion's earliest texts while crisscrossing the Mediterranean and preaching about the divinity of Jesus of Nazareth. Paul's letters to other believers -- declaring that Jesus had risen from the dead and was... More>> · More images »
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Paul was kept in Caesaria for two years after being imprisoned in Jerusalem and before being sent to trial. Paul, originally called Saul of Tarsus, was born in Rome around the last century B.C. or first century A.D. Paul met Jesus' brother James and Peter, one of Jesus' disciples, in Jerusalem and went on to Antioch and other nations to help spread Christianity to the Gentiles and make it a universal religion.

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