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But some interpreters consider the name to refer to a towering hairdo, and believe that Mary Magdalene may have worked as a hairdresser.
This translation stems from certain passages in uncensored versions of the Talmud, where a woman, esoterically identified as Jesus’s mother, is called "hamegadela se’ar nasha", which has been translated "Miriam, the dresser of women's hair", possibly a euphemism for "prostitute".
According to Luke "the apostles", and according to the longer ending of Mark "those who had been with him", did not believe Mary's report of what she saw.
She is said in the Gospels to have witnessed Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection.In the Gospel of Mark, the author lists a group of women three times, and each time Mary Magdalene’s name appears first.In the Gospel of Luke, the author enumerates the women who reported the tomb visit: "It was Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James, and the other women with them." In the Gospel of John, on the other hand, Mary Magdalene is placed after Mary of Clopas.She is most prominent in the narrative of the crucifixion of Jesus, at which she was present, and the witness in all four Gospels of the empty tomb, which is central to narratives of Jesus' resurrection.She was also present two days later, immediately following the sabbath, specifically name her as the first person to see Jesus after his resurrection.