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Pilate’s Wife

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who warned Pilate to have nothing to do with Jesus, is called Procla. (E. Johnson: The Rise of Christendom, p. 416.)

Others call her Justitia, evidently an assumed name.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Pigeon Pair
Pigg
Piggy-wiggy or Piggy-whidden
Pightel or Pightle
Pigmy
Piganey or Pigsnie
Pigwiggin
Pike’s Head (A)
Pikestaff
Pilate Voice
Pilate’s Wife
Pilatus (Mount)
Pilch
Pilcher
Pilgarlic or Pilld Garlic (A)
Pilgrim Fathers (The)
Pilgrimage
Pillar Saints
Pillar to Post
Pillars of Heaven (The)
Pillars of Hercules (The)