In his commentary, Boman refers to an epitaph inscription (CIL VI:24944) dating to possibly before 37 AD/CE that mentions a man named "Iucundus Chrestianus," an early use of the term "Chrestian" and one not related to a follower of Jesus Christ. I discuss this artifact further in my article "Jesus the Good and the Chrestians." There is another inscription from antiquity that reads "Herenni Chrestiane." What these inscriptions demonstrate is that the word "Chrestian" existed independently of the purported historical Jesus Christ.