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Who were the Wise Men? Magi?
The Magi, revisited - Marco Polo
Persia was anciently a large and noble province, but it is now in great part destroyed by the Tartars. In Persia there is a city which is called Saba, from whence were the three magi who came to adore Christ in Bethlehem; and the three are buried in that city in a fair sepulchre, and they are all three entire with their beards and hair. One was called Baldasar, the second Gaspar, and the third Melchior.
Magi, priestly caste in ancient
They are thought to have been followers of
the Persian teacher and prophet, and they professed the doctrines of
By the 1st century AD, the magi were identified with wise men and
Encarta Concise Encyclopedia - Religion & Philosophy.