Wandering Jew (disambiguation)
The Wandering Jew is a character from Christian legend.
Wandering Jew can also refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- Le Juif Errant (The Wandering Jew), an 1844 novel by Eugène Sue
- Le Juif errant (opera), an 1852 opera by Fromental Halévy, loosely inspired by Sue's novel
- The Wandering Jew (Heym novel) 1981
- The Wandering Jew (1923 film)
- The Wandering Jew (1933 film)
- The Eternal Jew (1934 film), a British fantasy also known as The Wandering Jew
- "The Wandering Jew" (ballad), a 17th-century English "broadside Ballad"
Three species of the spiderwort plant are known as "Wandering Jew":
- Tradescantia fluminensis, a shade-tolerant, easily regenerating invasive plant having small green leaves and white flowers, a South American native
- Tradescantia pallida, a plant bearing purple leaves, with white, pink or purple flowers
- Tradescantia zebrina, a type distinguished by leaves that feature a distinct lengthwise zebra-stripe pattern of white and green
Four species of dayflower are also known as "Wandering Jew":
- Commelina africana, or Yellow Wandering Jew, a perennial herb
- Commelina benghalensis, a perennial herb native to tropical Asia and Africa
- Commelina cyanea, a native Australian plant, common from Victoria to Queensland
- Commelina ensifolia, a native Australian plant
Other plants known as "Wandering Jew" include:
- Saxifraga stolonifera, a perennial flowering plant native to Asia and used widely as an ornamental
- Tinantia pringlei, or Mexican or Spotted Wandering Jew, a perennial plant native to Mexico
- The Eternal Jew (1940 film), a Nazi propaganda film
- The International Jew, 1920s anti-Semitic writings authored by Henry Ford
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