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  • noun Plural form of Mandaean.

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  • Today, this sect—which still survives in the marshes of southern Iraq and, in smaller numbers, in south-west Iran-is known as the Mandaeans.

    The Templar Revelation

  • Today, this sect—which still survives in the marshes of southern Iraq and, in smaller numbers, in south-west Iran-is known as the Mandaeans.

    The Templar Revelation

  • They belong to a small Iraqi religious minority called Mandaeans - devotees of John the Baptist who live according to a basic principle of non-violence.

    Iraqi Refugees in Jordan Still Await U.S. Decisions on Resettlement

  • They belong to a small Iraqi religious minority called Mandaeans - devotees of John the Baptist who live according to a basic principle of non-violence.

    Human Rights First: Iraqi Refugees in Jordan Still Await U.S. Decisions on Resettlement

  • They belong to a small Iraqi religious minority called Mandaeans - devotees of John the Baptist who live according to a basic principle of non-violence.

    Human Rights First: Iraqi Refugees in Jordan Still Await U.S. Decisions on Resettlement

  • The two major religious texts of the Mandaeans are the Ginza Rba (Great Treasure) and the Sidra d-Yahya (Book of John), neither of which exists in a complete English translation.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Although the Mandaeans are the only Gnostic group existing from antiquity with continuity, it is great that current wider interest in Gnosticism is translating if you'll excuse the pun into genuine interest in the Mandaeans, their history, their writings and their current situation.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Although the Mandaeans are the only Gnostic group existing from antiquity with continuity, it is great that current wider interest in Gnosticism is translating if you'll excuse the pun into genuine interest in the Mandaeans, their history, their writings and their current situation.

    Studying the Mandaeans: Sources and Questions

  • The two major religious texts of the Mandaeans are the Ginza Rba (Great Treasure) and the Sidra d-Yahya (Book of John), neither of which exists in a complete English translation.

    Studying the Mandaeans: Sources and Questions

  • There is good reason to believe that the heirs of these Nazareans…are the present Nazoreans also known as Mandaeans of the Lower Euphrates.30

    The Templar Revelation

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