An Arabian sect of this name is mentioned by Assemann. He considers them to have been a branch of the Mendaeans (q.v.). They held the opinions of Paul of Samosata and of Arius, but were converted and admitted to Catholic communion by Maranames, metropolitan of Adjabenus, in the year 760. Some, however, were found a hundred years later in Babylon.

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