I have found something interesting on a French website. Apparently the Talmud names Mary Magdalene
"Megadela" or "Megdelet", which means "hairdresser".
I've just asked my mom about Mary
(the mom of Jesus
). She says the Talmud calls her Miriam
the hairdresser. She also says that in Middle Ages France
she was sometimes referred to (by Christians) as "Marie
la coiffière" (Marie
the hairdresser). "Coiffière" could also be someone who makes "coiffes" (headress) or wigs, like observant Jewish women wear when they're married.
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