Category:Magi

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Magi (singular Magus) Ecclesiastics in the East, who followed the Jupiter, Saturn and later the Mars, as guiding stars in the year 7 B.C. to the Holy Land, where they paid homage to the Child. (Matthew 2:1–12)

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