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The Sanhedrin was an assembly of judges.
Sanhedrin may also be:
- Sanhedrin (Talmud), a tractate on criminal law
- Negro Sanhedrin, an assembly of representatives of African-American organizations held in Chicago from Feb. 11-15, 1924
- Grand Sanhedrin, an attempt by Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French to create a new council with the same legal standing as the original, in 1807
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