Let's provide some summaries and literary citations that indicate that the Romans hated christcucks BEFORE they destroyed everything.
Some excerpts about St. Antony:
"[After the seductions of Satan, who had taken the form of a beautiful woman had been thwarted by St. Antony], Satan gnashed his teeth with fury; but he wasn't done yet. He decided to send his trump card: an apparition in the form of a young black boy who prostrated himself at Antony's feet. As he lay there, the demon announced that he was the 'friend of fornication', and bragged about how many chaste souls he had led astray…"
- "Life of Antony", 5-6
*Note in the work ascribed above, it is also mentioned that Antony never washes, and never changes his shirt.
The great Roman neurologist, Galden, often insulted christians and the like, commonly expressing the stubbornness of his colleagues by stating, "one might more easily teach novelties to the followers of Moses and Christ."
- Galen, "De Pulsuum Differentiis", III, 3, quoted from Walzern's 1949 "Galen on Jews and Christians"
An additional excerpt from the above-ascribed work of Galen:
"[Galen] disparaged physicians who offered views on the body without demonstration to back up their assertions, saying that to listen to them was 'as if one had come into the school of Moses and Christ [and heard] talk of undemonstrated laws… It is [Moses's] method in his books… to write without offering proofs, saying `God commanded, God spake.`"
Another Greek intellectual, Celsus, countered the christcucked movement that was gaining traction in 170 A.D. He expressed great worry over the popularity of this proto-jewish cult amongst the fringe groups of Rome. He argued that a Roman soldier had gotten Mary pregnant, while the Creation was "absurd". He called the idea of the Resurrection "revolting" and "the hope of worms". This is a brief summarization of his extensive, vitriolic attack on christcucks in "Contra Celsum".