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The wife of Herod's steward (a manager, with some kind of political status; Luke 8: 3), who helped maintain Jesus and the disciples on their travels. Joanna was in Jerusalem for the crucifixion and was one of the women to be told of the resurrection (Luke 24: 5–10).

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