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Joseph of Arimathaea

[ ar-uh-muh-thee-uh ]
/ ˌær ə məˈθi ə /
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noun
a member of the Sanhedrin who placed the body of Jesus in the tomb. Matthew 27:57–60; Mark 15:43.
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