Titus was the emperor of Rome from 79 to 81 AD. He was a renowned military commander and the first Roman emperor to succeed the throne from his biological father.

A man named Titus is also the addressee of an eponymous epistle found in the New Testament. Scholars believe that the Book of Titus was scribed by St. Paul. It provides guidance on the role of bishops in the burgeoning Church.

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