In Greek its name means "an
assembly." What archaic governmental body is it?
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The Sanhedrin was a 71-member Judean
legislative and judicial body from the period of early Judaism and into
rabbinic times. Its name was coined as a Hebrew adaptation of the Greek word
synedrion, which means "assembly"
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