Elcesaites

The Elcesaites, Elkasaites, Elkesaites, or Elchasaites were an ancient Jewish-Christian sect, possibly related to the Ebionites, in Sassanid southern Mesopotamia. Some early scholars{Who|date=April 2011} distinguish Ebionites from Essenic Ebionite-Elchasites. The Elcesaites are discussed by Epiphanius and in pseudo-Clementine literature. ==Patrist...
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Elcesaites

The Elcesaites were a sect of Gnostics which arose in the reign of Trajan about the beginning of the 2nd century. They were a branch of the Essenes and resembled the Ebionites. A Jew, named Elxai, or Elkesai, is their reputed founder.
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