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Joanna (in the Bible)

Joanna, in the New Testament. 1 Wife of Herod's steward Chuza. She was a follower of Jesus and was one who found the tomb empty. 2 Ancestor of St. Joseph.

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Joanna ( the Mad) (1479–1555) Spanish queen of Castile and León (1504–55). She was the daughter of Ferdinand II and Isabella I and inherited Castile and León at her mother's death. Her father acted as regent for her until she married Philip I, son of the Holy Roman emperor. Always mentally unstable, she became insane after the death of Philip in 1506 and Ferdinand again acted as her regent. Her son Charles I (later Holy Roman Emperor Charles V) was joint ruler after Ferdinand died in 1516. Another son, Ferdinand, succeeded Charles as emperor.

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Joanna

Biblical woman. Married Chuza, the steward of Herod Antipas, a man of position and wealth.

Along with Mary Magdalene, Susanna, and others, provided for Jesus out of her own funds; was also one of the woman who witnessed the empty tomb and announced the Lord's resurrection to the apostles.

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Joanna

Biblical woman. Married Chuza, the steward of Herod Antipas.

Joanna was married to Chuza, the steward of Herod Antipas and a man of position and wealth. Along with Mary Magdalene , Susanna , and others, Joanna provided for Jesus out of her own funds. She was also one of the woman who witnessed the empty tomb and announced the Lord's resurrection to the apostles.

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