Caption, Caiaphas (Richard Coyle) and his ambitious wife Leah, in a scene from 'A.D. The Bible Continues'
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The people are restive, the priesthood is scheming and a fanatic band of insurgents known as the zealots are plotting assassinations – and now to make matters worse, the body of a condemned cult leader known as Jesus has disappeared from the tomb, apparently following some ancient prophecy.The first of the 10 episodes airs at Easter, picking up where the History channel's "The Bible" series left off and going. This new series goes for a more human approach that tries to understand the characters as humans caught up in the politics of the day. Only about half of the material comes from the Bible, with the rest from historians of the period.
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