Susanna (disambiguation)

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There are several [[saint]]s named '''Susanna''':
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'''Susanna''' means ''lily''.
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There are several [[saint]]s named Susanna:
  
 
*[[Susanna the Myrrh-bearer]] was one of the [[Sunday of Myrrh-bearing Women|myrrh-bearing women]] who brought spices to the tomb of [[Jesus]].
 
*[[Susanna the Myrrh-bearer]] was one of the [[Sunday of Myrrh-bearing Women|myrrh-bearing women]] who brought spices to the tomb of [[Jesus]].
 
*[[Susanna the Virgin]] was [[martyr]]ed in the third century under Emperor Macedonius.
 
*[[Susanna the Virgin]] was [[martyr]]ed in the third century under Emperor Macedonius.
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The tale of [[Susanna (Book of Daniel)|Susanna]] is part of the [[Book of Daniel]] in the [[Old Testament]] in the [[Septuagint]] version, though is not included in the Masoretic Text.

Revision as of 08:06, August 11, 2005

Susanna means lily.

There are several saints named Susanna:

The tale of Susanna is part of the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament in the Septuagint version, though is not included in the Masoretic Text.

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