Gabriel of Tachkastan

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Gabriel of Tachkastan was a Noahite (Judeo-Baptist) Gnostic (Hanif) who translated Gnosis to (as well as authored much original Gnosis in) the Achamenid Arabian dialect. His ecclesiastical poetry was popular among his disciples who included Ali, and Uthman and Mahmud ibn Ishmael who spread his poetry among the Arabs.