In religio-mythology, Roman recension (TR:78) (LH:9) (TL:87) refers to the recension (see: recension theory), reformulation, or redaction of the state religion of Rome, from 30BC to 800AD, which, building on the Alexandrian recension [Amen-Ra → Zeus-Amen] (322-30BC), Judaic recension [Osiris → Moses] (600-100BC), and parts of the Serapis cult [Osiris-Apis god synretism] (310BC), among other motifs, made a monotheistic Jesus-based Christianity out of the previous cultural mythologies, most being predominately Egyptian mythology rooted, wherein former key gods and goddess were rescripted into non-divine human characters, the gist of which being that the former characteristics of the gods Osiris and Horus were joined or synced into the character of Jesus, with the other lesser gods rescripted likewise, e.g. Anubis became John the Baptist.
The Roman recension, of all religious recensions, has much of its history erased, and is therefore difficult to get a clear picture of. One has to read between the lines of what the silent historians say on the subject and map post reform versions of stories with pre-reform versions, to see how each character came to be.
In 30AD, the Roman empire was funding artwork depicting the "raising of Osiris", e.g. the the walls of Dendera Temple, Egypt (30AD), below left, a mythos which is itself based on the annual "rising of the Orion" constellation, seen in the stars in late Nov each year:
In 100 to 225AD, silent historians, i.e. real people (without any attached religious agenda), unaffiliated with what is told in the Bible (wherein more than 90+ percent of names mentioned are god-to-prophet rescripts, i.e. non-real people), were beginning to report a new religious sect named Christians (aka Christianity), who were said to be a variety of Serapis worshipers (Suetonius, 110AD), aka an Osiris-Apis religion, whose savior or “Christ” was being described as a semi-human (Hadrian, 128AD), an "animal-man" (Ptolemaeus, 150AD), or with an "animal body" (Hippolytus, 225BC), a reference to either the bird form of Horus or bull or plant form of Osiris.
In 550AD, the Roman empire was funding a rescript (or recension) of the same "raising from the dead" story, albeit told monotheistically, in the myth of the "raising of Lazarus" (Osiris rising rescripted) by Jesus (Horus rescripted), as carved on the walls of Ravenna Temple, Italy (550AD), depicted above right.
In c.800AD, Charlemagne, during his reign (742-814), made the BC/AD dating system, invented by Dionysius Exiguus (525AD), the official dating system for the Roman empire, replacing the former AUC dating system, at which point the Roman recension can be said to have been solidified.
- Roman recension – Hmolpedia 2020.