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Ercolian Jews were very open minded, tolerant and ecumenical Jews from Ercolia. After the execution of Exilarch Haninai in 591, a Ma'amad governed the Ercolian Jews. The Ercolian Jews were joined by Romaniotes evicted from the Roman Empire by Phocas.

The Ercolian Jews served in Khosrau II's army but after defeating the Romans in 610, the Quraysh did not allow them to settle in the Patriarchate of Jerusalem so they settled in Edessa where they took Bayah from the Judeo-Baptist Gnostic Arab Gabriel of Tachkastan who was the author of a Noahite movement among the Gentile-Gnostics of Tachkastan.

When Emperor Heraclius evicted the Ercolian Jews from Edessa in the early 620s, Heraclius permitted them to keep Arabia if they could conquer it and unite its people in Gabriel's system. The Ercolian Jews went from Edessa to Tachkastan where they admitted Gabriel's student ibn-Ishmael into the Ma'amad and tried to raise a Noahite Army from among the Parthians and Arabs and Sassan-Achaemenids to carry out the command of Heraclius. Under the leadership of Ma'amad the Ercolian Jews and their allies took Mesopotamia from the Sassan-Achaemenids.

The Noahite Arabic Banu Bakr were excited by their new found sense of power and turned against the Jews and Parthians to conquer first the Sassan-Achaemenids then the Patriarchate of Jerusalem. They organized themselves under the same Ma'amad system which they named Mehmet, Muhmad and Mahmud. Eventually an Sassan-Achaemenids convert to Judeo-Baptist Gnosticism called Uthman became their leader and had the Judeo-Baptist Gnostic writings translated into the Imperial dialect of Cyrus for his people. The Arabian Banu Bakr wrested control from the Sassan-Achaemenid Umayyads from 680 until they were conquered by Abdul Malik in 692.