Magdala


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Mag•da•la

(ˈmæg də lə)

n.
an ancient town in Palestine, W of the Sea of Galilee: supposed home of Mary Magdalene.
References in classic literature ?
and tell him we'll stop at Magdala and finish at Tiberias
So we mounted the horses and rode grimly on toward Magdala, cantering along in the edge of the water for want of the means of passing over it.
So we all rode down to Magdala, while the gnashing of teeth waxed and waned by turns, and harsh words troubled the holy calm of Galilee.
Christ visited Magdala, which is near by Capernaum, and he also visited Cesarea Philippi.
In due time we reached the ancient village of Magdala.
of Magdala being another person than the penitent woman mentioned by
He had been hoisted into a ship at the end of a steam crane and taken for days across the water, and made to carry a mortar on his back in a strange and rocky country very far from India, and had seen the Emperor Theodore lying dead in Magdala, and had come back again in the steamer entitled, so the soldiers said, to the Abyssinian War medal.
The film opens on the coast of Judaea in 33 CE, where Mary of Magdala (Mara) tends the land with her brothers Daniel (Denis Menochet) and Joseph (Ryan Corr) and sister Rachel (Ariane Labed).
On April 10 1955, the 28-year-old shot the ex-public schoolboy and motor racing enthusiast dead outside the Magdala pub in Hampstead, London.
Also known as Miriam of Magdala, Mary Magdalene was considered by the apostle John to be the founder of Christianity because she was the first witness to the Resurrection.
Magdala ka ng tao dito kung sinong inutusan ko 'yang sa PDAF-PDAF,' he added.
On the first day of the week, Mary of Magdala ran and went to Simon Peter and to the other disciple whom Jesus loved, and told them, "They have taken the Lord from the tomb, and we don't know where they put him.