Ok, lets look at Caesar then. You post a site showing coins and busts, which do not resemble each other. Also, I have seen coins with fictional people on them, oh, like Mercury, Lady Liberty, etc.... I see Plutarch is one of the historical documents available, of course Plutarch is 1st century CE, ceasar was dead in 44 BCE...so it must be hearsay as well. I also would not trust any Roman documents, seeing as how you can't trust the Bible for Christ. Romans would have been the ones making up the stories, no? Ah yes, many know about Caesar from a novel, if you like that term, written by someone over a millenia after Caesar, if he existed, was dead. Some guy named Shakespeare wrote it. So I see you are providing tons of credible proof? And Caesar supposedly ruled a nation, should be more proof than some Jewish carpenter's existence...right?