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Cyrene

Cyrene an ancient Greek city in North Africa, near the coast in Cyrenaica, which from the 4th century bc was a great intellectual centre, with a noted medical school.

See also Simon of Cyrene.

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Simon of Cyrene

Simon of Cyrene (sīrē´nē), in the New Testament, bystander made to carry Jesus' cross. He was probably an African Jew, and is identified as the father of Alexander and Rufus.

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Cyrene

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