Miriam (Q1938388)

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sister of Moses and Aaron
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Miriam
sister of Moses and Aaron

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    Танец Марьям по поводу возвращение её отца к матери<br>''картина [[Фейербах, Ансельм|Ансельма Фейербаха]], 1862 (Russian)
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    Mosaic a l'església de la Visitació (Mont Sió) (Catalan)
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    ‏מִרְיָם‏‎ (Hebrew)
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    פועה. זוֹ מִרְיָם, שֶׁפּוֹעָה וּמְדַבֶּרֶת וְהוֹגָה לַוָּלָד (שם), כְּדֶרֶךְ הַנָּשִׁים הַמְפַיְּסוֹת תִּינוֹק הַבּוֹכֶה. (Hebrew)
    פועה PUAH — This was Miriam, and she bore this additional name because she used to Call aloud and speak and croon to the babe just as women do who soothe a child when it is crying (Sotah 11b). (English)
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    As far as I could ascertain, it has so far not been established when precisely did takeplace the identification of the Alexandrian Jewish alchemist Maria with Miriam the sister of Moses. (English)
    Miriam (Biblical figure)
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