Who Is Salome in the Bible?


Salome, as depicted in the Bible in the Gospel of Mark and Matthew, was the woman who was responsible for the beheading of John the Baptist. Prompted by her mother Herodias, and having been promised anything she desired by her step father Herod Antipas after a banquet dance, she asked for John the Baptist’s head.
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There are. two Salomes. mentioned in the Bible. 1. Some feel that comparing Matthew 27:56 with Mark 15:40 shows that. Salome. was the mother of the the apostles James and John(the
Salome mentioned in the Bible was with Jesus in Galilee (Mark 15:40-41) and was present
She danced for the king and the king was delighted, he told her she could have anything she wanted. She asked for John the baptist head on a platter.
Yes, the name Salome is in the Bible … but not that Salome. The infamous Salome was the daughter of Herodias and stepdaughter of Herod Antipas, who ruled Galilee. She plotted
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