I'll send a letter to Hazael, the Essene, and after having delivered the message they can remain at the caravanserai in Jericho.
There is a hint of this in Essene's account of Lassik war stories (1942, p. 91).
Here a doubt struck him and he said, "But, lady, I understand that you are an Essene."
We have stated Christ may have been an Essene either by birth or by conversion.
It is not clear that Essene's boundaries were obtained from his informants, and this fact may explain the discrepancy.
In the Essene monasteries, as in the Buddhist, there was no life vow.
The twelve chosen were all Jews, probably of the Essene order.
I am Enoch the Essene, a holy one, a perfect keeper of the law.
It is plain too that the Essene Christ knows at first nothing of any antagonism to his teacher.
An Essene, but one that was seldom in the cenoby, more often to be met on the hills with his flocks.
1550s, member of a Jewish sect (first recorded 2c. B.C.E.), from Latin, from Greek Essenoi, of disputed etymology, perhaps from Hebrew tzenum "the modest ones," or Hebrew hashaim "the silent ones." Klein suggests Syriac hasen, plural absolute state of hase "pious."