I wanted to examine some details of Mucianus/Saul and the death of Stephen Martyr. For those who don't know, I believe Acts is a "Docu-Drama" centered around someone named "Mucianus". The "Apostles" are, generally speaking, the Legions, especially the Hard Luck 12th Legion, which gets its butt kicked by everyone from Vologases to the Jewish Seditionists at Beth Horon.
I've shown that the "Stephen Martyr" motif combines 2 members of the Piso family, "Frugi Piso", emperor for 4 days. Frugi morphs into one Calpernius Galerianus at the end of his speech in Acts 7 and this is found in Tacitus, _Histories_, Book 4:
"The murder of Calpurnius Galerianus caused the utmost consternation. He was a son of Caius Piso, and had done nothing, but a noble name and his own youthful beauty made him the theme of common talk; and while the country was still unquiet and delighted in novel topics, there were persons who associated him with idle rumours of Imperial honours. By order of Mucianus he was surrounded with a guard of soldiers. Lest his execution in the capital should excite too much notice, they conducted him to the fortieth milestone from Rome on the Appian Road, and there put him to death by opening his veins."
Get it? Stephen has the face of an angel after his spiel. This is reflected in 1 Coritnthians 1: 14 - 16:
"14] I am thankful that I baptized none of you except Crispus and Ga'ius;
 lest any one should say that you were baptized in my name.
 (I did baptize also the household of Steph'anas. Beyond that, I do not know whether I baptized any one else.) "
So Stephen is Frugi/Galerianus, aka the "House of Stephanas", and since we know that the death of Galerainus could not have happened after 69/70 and Mucianus is not listed as Suffect/Consul after 72, we know with certainty that this "confession" of "Paul"/"Mucianus" occurred in or around 71/72.
The Pauline Epistles can be deconstructed into several time lines that now are free from the metaphysical strictures of the 40s - 60s.