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Pandera (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Finally and most controversially a certain "Plony" Ben Stada is supposed to be illegitimately descended from the same family because of his mother Miriam Mgadla (Miryai the Hairdresser) called Stath-Da as "she was unfaithful" to her husband Paphos Ben Jehuda.
Though Yeshu ben Pandera fits into the early half of the first century CE, he is most often confused with a much earlier and more infamous Yeshu of rabbinical literature who was the student of Rabbi Yehoshua ben Perachyah who lived at the start of the first century BCE.
The Tosefta, the Palestinian Gemara and the Babylonian Gemara, depict Ben Stada as a Jewish sorcerer living around 100 CE and as having brought spells out of Egypt by marking them in his skin (hiding a parchment with them written on it in a cut in his thigh) on a Sabbath.
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ok, enough amusement - going to check out some of these links.