Lazarus of Marseille
Lazarus of Bethany, also known as Saint Lazarus or Lazarus of the Four Days, is the subject of a prominent miracle attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of John, in which Jesus restores him to life four days after his death. The Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic traditions offer varying accounts of the later events of his life.
In the context of the Gospel of John, the narrative of the Raising of Lazarus forms "the climactic sign... Each of Jesus' seven signs illustrates some particular aspect of his divine authority, but this one exemplifies his power over the last and most irresistible enemy of humanity—death. For this reason it is given a prominent place in the gospel."
The name Lazarus (Latinised from the Hebrew: אלעזר, Elʿāzār, Eleazar—"God is my help") is also given to a second figure in the Bible: in the narrative of Lazarus and Dives, attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of Luke. Also called Dives and Lazarus, or The Rich Man and the Beggar Lazarus, the narrative tells of the relationship (in life and in death) between an unnamed rich man and a poor beggar named Lazarus. While the two characters named Lazarus have sometimes been conflated historically, they are generally understood to be two separate characters. Allusions to Lazarus as a poor beggar taken to the "Bosom of Abraham" should be understood as referring to the Lazarus mentioned in Luke, rather than the Lazarus who rose from the dead in John.
In referring to John's account of the resurrection of Lazarus, the name Lazarus is often used to connote apparent restoration to life. For example, the scientific term "Lazarus taxon" denotes organisms that reappear in the fossil record after a period of apparent extinction; and the Lazarus phenomenon refers to an event in which a person spontaneously returns to life (the heart starts beating again) after resuscitation has been given up. There are also numerous literary uses of the term.

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Lazarus of Bethany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[edit]. Autun Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Lazare d'Autun), Autun, France also said to be built over the tomb of Lazarus.
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St. Lazarus - EWTN.com
Lazarus of whom alone we have to treat here, went to Marseilles, and, having converted a number of its inhabitants to Christianity, became their first pastor.
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The Straight Dope: What happened to Lazarus after his resurrection?
Oct 20, 2009 ... Unfortunately, scripture is silent on the post-mortem life of Lazarus of ... His remains were supposedly brought back to Marseilles by the Franks, ...
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St. Lazarus of Bethany - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online
In one, Lazarus, Martha, and Mary go to France, where he became the first bishop of Marseilles, before being martyred. In other traditions, Lazarus and his ...
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18. Dedication of Our Lady of Marseilles by St. Lazarus - Roman ...
Dedication of Our Lady of Marseilles, by Saint Lazarus, in presence of his two sisters, Mary Magdalen and Martha.
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Lazarus - Marseille Area, France - LinkedIn
View the profiles of professionals on LinkedIn with last name Lazarus located in the Marseille Area, France. There are 2 professionals with last name Lazarus in ...
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Lazarus, Mary Magdalene's Brother - I write about Mary Magdalene
"Tradition" says that Lazarus went to Marseille and became its first bishop (or church leader) and converted a number of the inhabitants to Christianity. It's said  ...
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Keith Hunt - Search for the Apostles - Lazarus - Page Twenty-one
J.W.Taylor, who is a fascinating writer, describes the story of Lazarus in Marseilles as follows: "If you land at Marseilles and go by the Quai de Ia Joliette to the ...
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Martha, Mary, and Lazarus Arrive in Marseille
The Arrival of Mary Magdalene, Martha, and Lazarus at Saintes -Maries-de-la- Mer. 17th century. Tapestry Musée Fau, Conques, France St. Mary Magdalene is  ...
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Lazarus may refer to: Lazarus (name), a surname and given name (and a list of people with this name) Lazarus of Bethany, a figure in the Gospel of John, which ...
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St. Lazarus of Bethany - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online
In one, Lazarus, Martha, and Mary go to France, where he became the first bishop of Marseilles, before being martyred. In other traditions, Lazarus and his ...
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Type to search for People, Research Interests and Universities. Searching... Anny Lazarus Change Photo. About. Add Section; Questions & Answers0 · Add Post ...
Autun Cathedral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In about 970 it obtained from Marseille some of the relics of Lazarus of Aix, in the belief that they were .... Lexington, Kentucky: The University Press of Kentucky.
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Located on the southeast coast of France, Marseille is France's largest city on the .... tradition, Mary Magdalen evangelised Marseille with her brother Lazarus. .... research centre with 3,000 research scientists within Aix Marseille University.
Lazarus of Bethany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[edit]. Autun Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Lazare d'Autun), Autun, France also said to be built over the tomb of Lazarus.
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Lazarus, Come Forth
Lazarus, Come Forth
Michael A. Pinto, 2012
One wealthy visitor from France convinced the priest who oversaw the facilities to part with some of the bones so that the church of Lazarus in Marseille could have relics to venerate as well. In exchange, a number of improvements were made ...
Jesus, Lazarus, and the Messiah
Jesus, Lazarus, and the Messiah
Considering the close spiritual bond between the Apostle Lazarus/Bishop of Marseille andhis two sisters, even though theywere separated by several miles in terms of their living situations, they were spirituallylinked on an inner level withone ...
Legends in Limestone: Lazarus, Gislebertus, and the Cathedral of Autun
Legends in Limestone: Lazarus, Gislebertus, and the Cathedral of Autun
Linda Seidel, 1999
Whereas twelfth-century pilgrims flocked to the church of St-Lazare in Autun to visit the relics of its patron saint, present-day pilgrims journey there to admire its superb sculpture, said to have been created by the artist Gislebertus whose name is inscribed above one of the church doors. These two cults, of sculptor and of saint, form points of ...
Legends in Limestone: Lazarus, Gislebertus, and the ...
Legends in Limestone: Lazarus, Gislebertus, and the ...
Linda Seidel, 1999
Langres, 91—93 Last Judgment, 3, 4, 7-1 1, 51 Lazarus: in Gospel of John, 52— 53; in Gospel of Luke, 104; post- Biblical references to, 53, 55—56, 103; resurrection of, 42, 48, 49—53. See also Lazarus, Saint Lazarus (apostle of Marseille), ...
Holy Blood, Holy Grail
Holy Blood, Holy Grail
Michael Baigent, 1983
Michael Baigent, Henry Lincoln, and Richard Leigh, authors of The Messianic Legacy, spent over 10 years on their own kind of quest for the Holy Grail, into the secretive history of early France. What they found, researched with the tenacity and attention to detail that befits any great quest, is a tangled and intricate story of politics and faith t...
France and the Cult of the Sacred Heart: An Epic Tale for ...
France and the Cult of the Sacred Heart: An Epic Tale for ...
Raymond Jonas, 2000
Lazarus and Magdalene, icons of the power of redemption, ended their journey at Marseille, where they proceeded to proselytize. Marseille had thus gotten its Christianity if not “from the source” then at least from those who had known Jesus  ...
Frommer's France 2012 (Frommer's Color Complete)
Frommer's France 2012 (Frommer's Color Complete)
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Hundreds of color photosFree pocket map inside,plus easy-to-read maps throughoutExact prices, directions, opening hours,and other practical informationCandid reviews of hotels and restaurants,plus sights, shopping, and nightlifeItineraries, walking tours, and trip-planning ideasInsider tips from local expert authors
Marseille Sights: A Travel Guide to the Top 20 Attractions ...
Marseille Sights: A Travel Guide to the Top 20 Attractions ...
MobileReference, 2011
A Travel Guide to the Top 20 Attractions in Marseille, France MobileReference ... It was during this time that Christianity first appeared in Marseille, as evidenced by catacombs above the harbour and records of Roman ... her brother Lazarus.
Mary Magdalen: Myth and Metaphor
Mary Magdalen: Myth and Metaphor
Susan Haskins, 1995
A fascinating journey through history and its texts (poems, plays, paintings, films) to see the many images of Mary Magdalen. What Haskins emphasizes as she reveals how each era has fashioned Mary Magdalen according to its own specific interests and desires, is that these differing representations consistently negate Mary Magdalen's powerful p...
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A rather hectic city and maybe a bit hostile from a tourist's point of view, Marseille gradually unveils its secrets, much like a historical read that reve
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Les Saintes Maries de la Mer: In the Province of Narbonne, where the Rhône reaches the sea are the Islands of Sticados more commonly known as the Camargue. It is there on the shore of the sea that one finds the first of all churches of the continent | The
The twelfth century church of Les-Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer is situated on a low lying rocky outcrop amid the sandy plain of the Camargue region of the Rhône delta. Today, because of the incursion of the sea it stands right by the littoral but during the medieval period it was a further distance inland. An oratory at the…
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The Purple Mango Pandemonium: Marseille: Sea, Sun & a few Sights
My sisters have fond memories of Marseille, France from our last visit there in 1989. It was therefore natural that on this sibling trip to Europe we will spend a few days there.
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Kulturhauptstadt Marseille - In den Augen von Joachim Patinir | Cicero Online
Joachim Patinirs Ansicht von Marseille ist Ausdruck einer Sattelzeit und zeigt die Taufe der diesjährigen Kulturhauptstadt 
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hello bougeotte: hello marseille
This Saturday we decided to visit Marseille, which is only an hour and a half by train. I'm in love with train travel, it is so incredibly convenient, France is very well-connected and there is just something about train stations that feels so exciting.
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No. 121 / MARIA-MAGDALENA-REISE 2013: Marseille – Aix-en-Provence – St. Rémy-de-Provence | MARIA MAGDALENA by Ingrid Auer
Unser heutiger Reisetag stand unter der Führung von Maria Magdalena und Lazarus, dem ersten Bischof von Marseille. Deshalb stand der Besuch der Krypta von Saint Victor, in der Lazarus besonders gedacht wird, ganz oben auf unserem Besichtigungsprogramm. Als wir die Stufen zur Krypta hinabstiegen, in der die ersten Christen der Provence getauft worden waren, fühlten…
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