A copy of a letter written by our blessed lord and saviour Jesus Christ and eighteen miles from Iconiam; to which is added King Abgarus' letter to our saviour, and our saviour's answer; likewise, Lentulus's epistle to the Senate of Rome, containing a description of Jesus Christ
Broadside print of three apocryphal texts; Jesus's so-called 'Letter from Heaven', first promulgated in the sixth century; the correspondence between Jesus and 'Agbarus' (i.e. the King Abgar of Edessa), dating from the third century, and reported in Eusebius, Historia, i:13:6—9; and the letter of the non-existent 'Publius Lentulus, Governor of Judea', possibly as old as the C11 or C12.
[Abgar [Abgarus, 'Agbarus'] of Edessa]; [Jesus Christ]
FREEMAN, Arthur, Bibliotheca Fictiva: A Collection of Books & Manuscripts Relating to Literary Forgery, 400BC – AD 2000, London: Bernard Quaritch Limited, 2014, p. 105. 
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