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Although Pontius Pilate's wife is not named in the New Testament, Christian tradition knows her as Claudia. There is no official biography of her, though details of her life are surmised from tradition. She is mentioned only in Matthew in one sentence, which has her sending her husband a message which says, "Have nothing to do with that innocent man, because in a dream last night, I suffered much on account of him." She is considered a stain in the Eastern Orthodox and Ethiopian Orthodox churches.
  • Issana Press: Claudia Procula, Pontius Pilate's Wife

    The publication of this outfit centers around the 1st century letter believed to have been written by Pilate's wife. It reveals the supposed historical background of Claudia and of Pilate as well as the contents and history of the letter.

  • Pilate's Wife

    This sermon from a Lutheran pastor discusses Claudia and the revelation she received from God about Jesus being a righteous man.

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