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The temple and much of Jerusalem was destroyed in AD 70.
Fourth Ezra - provides a similar vision from AD 100 (Hitchcock, “Domitianic Date of Revelation,” 221-222).
Third, nowhere in history is there a record that says Nero banished Christians.
The only punishment known by Nero for Christians was death.
Revelation 1:9 tells readers that John was banished to the island of Patmos because of the word of God and testimony of Jesus.
While it is true that both Nero and Domitian banished people, there are several points that favor Domitian’s reign as the time when John was banished to the island of Patmos.
Among these are Tacitus, Tertullian, Eusebius, Suetonius, and Dio Cassius (Hitchcock, “Domitianic Date of Revelation,” 190-197).The first person to describe the date Revelation was written in AD 95 is a man named Hegesippus who lived AD 120-190.While there is a limited number of writings that exist today from Hegesippus, Eusebius Pamphili of Caesaria (who lived AD 300-340) heavily relied on Hegesippus’ material when writing his Ecclesiastical History (Andrew James Carriker, he mentions a written source that he uses to state that John the apostle was banished to the island of Patmos under the reign of Domitian.Interestingly, Flavia Domitilla was banished by Domitian in AD 95.Dio and Eusebius record this event which serves as an independent corroboration to John’s banishment by Domitian (Hitchcock, “Domitianic Date of Revelation,” 197-221).