|The Raising of Lazarus by Léon Bonnat|
Moreover, it was the Mary that anointed the Lord with ointment and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was lying sick. In Matthew's and in Mark's account of the anointing in Bethany we read only of "a woman"; John tells us her name and connects this Mary with Martha, whom we know as her sister from Luke 10:38, etc., and with Lazarus, their brother, whom we now meet for the first time. Thus John carefully supplements the other evangelists and fits his account into theirs. John has two substantivized participles to characterize Mary's act, telling us that she not only used the ointment upon Jesus but also humbled herself by using her hair upon his feet.
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