Hananiah

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Hananiah, Hanina, Chaninah, Haninah, Chananiah (Hebrew: חנינא, חנניה) or Greek Ananias may refer to:

Hebrew Bible[edit]

Rabbis[edit]

Hellenistic[edit]

  • Ananias ben Onias, son of the priest who founded the Jewish Temple at Leontopolis
  • Hananiah of Damascus, known as Ananias of Damascus, Hellenized Jewish mystic, mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as a convert to Christianity and early companion of Saul of Tarsus

Modern era[edit]

A personal name, including:

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