No, the list was intended to demonstrate the nonexistence of Jesus, not that ancient non-Christian writings survive. Daniel said so, and he adduced the list. The question of why no one noticed might be answered with a question: why would they have noticed? Why would Roman writers at a great geographical remove and an infinite ideological/religious remove from Jesus and his immediate followers have noticed him or them? I really do not want to be drawn into the "did Jesus exist or not?" debate, just as I would not be drawn into a "was Jesus this or that?" debate. But Daniel made classical-studies claims, and I would like to see him back them up. Perhaps he will, perhaps he won't. But if he won't or can't, he should drop the claims drawn from an alien discipline. And then, let him proceed to debate the "existence of Jesus" question however he likes. I have no interest in this thread beyond that.