Bannus

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Bannus
Other names
See also Banus

Bannus (or Banus) is a given name, the occurrence of which is first documented in the writings of Josephus, when referring to a hermit with whom Josephus spent three years in the mid-first century CE.[1] A Bannus Lough exists in Ireland.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Van Bruggen, J. (1999) Jesus The Son of God. Baker Books, Grand Rapids, 53.

External links[edit]

William Whiston at ccel.org