The view of three magi or wisemen comes from the record that three gifts were given, gold, frankincense and myrrh. There were probably more wisemen and undoubtedly more in the party.
The Bible doesn't say how many there were.
Most people include them at manger because it makes a neat little package for the shepherds and them to be there at the same time, and the pagents and plays would have a hard time depicting the time differential. It was probably about two years after His birth when they arrived.
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christianity, probably judaism. maybe native religions of visitors from the new world, the east, and the muslim world. the predominate religion was christianity by far.
both temples of Jerusalem were destroyed. the only remaining wall is called the "Western Wall" where Jews go and pray. many pray every day and visitors to Jerusalem go to the wall to pray and leave notes for "Hashem" to read.
The Visitors - The Visitors album - was created in 1979.
internation visitors- visiting outside the country domestic visitors- visitors coming from their native country
The possessive form of the plural noun visitors is visitors'.example: We have everything arranged for our visitors' comfort.
There is no specific collective noun for the noun visitors, in which case any noun suitable for the situation can function as a collective noun; for example a couple of visitors, a crowd of visitors, a horde of visitors, etc.
Visitors is a noun at plural.
No, visitors is not a collective noun. The noun visitors is the plural form for the singular form visitor. A collective noun is a word used to group other nouns. Some collective nouns for visitors are a flock of visitors or a stream of visitors.
The cast of The Visitors - 1977 includes: Gordon Merrick as The Visitors
The simple subject is "visitors". "Many" is an adjective modifying "visitors"