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This article is about the thief crucified alongside Jesus. For the French commune, see Gestas, Pyrénées-Atlantiques. Dismas the Good Thief is on the left with an angel, Christ is in the middle, while Gestas is on the right with a devil Gestas, also spelled Gesmas, is the apocryphal name (first appearing in the Gospel of Nicodemus) given to one of the two thieves who was crucified alongside Jesus. According to the Gospels, Gestas taunted Jesus about not saving himself, while Dismas asked for mercy. Dismas was saved, and Gestas was not. Gestas was on the cross to the left of Jesus and Dismas was on the cross to the right of Jesus. In Jacobus de Voragine's "Golden Legend" his name given as Gesmas. The apocryphal Arabic Infancy Gospel refers to Gestas and Dismas as Dumachus and Titus, respectively. According to tradition, Dumachus was one of a band of robbers who attacked Saint Joseph and the Holy Family on their Flight into Egypt as recorded in Longfellow 's "Golden Legend"[1]. See also Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Category:Gestas List of names for the Biblical nameless This article incorporates text from the public domain 1907 edition of The Nuttall Encyclopædia. v • d • e New Testament people Jesus Christ views: Christian · Historical · New Testament Gospels Individuals Alphaeus · Anna · Annas · Barabbas · Bartimaeus · Blind man, Bethsaida · Caiaphas · Cleopas · Devil · Dismas · Elizabeth · Gabriel · "Gestas," thief · Jairus' Daughter · Joachim · Joanna · John the Baptist · Joseph · Joseph of Arimathea · Joses · Lazarus · Legion · Luke · Lysanias · Malchus · Mark · Martha · Mary Magdalene · Mary mother of James · Mary mother of Jesus · Mary of Bethany · Mary of Clopas · Widow's son, Nain · Nathanael · Nicodemus (ben Gurion) · Salome · Simeon · Simon of Cyrene · Simon the Leper · Susanna · Theophilus · Zacchaeus · Zebedee · Zechariah Groups Angels · Disciples · Evangelists · Godfearers · Herodians · Magi · Myrrhbearers · Pharisees · Proselytes · Sadducees · Samaritans · Sanhedrin · 70 Disciples · Scribes · Zealots The Twelve Andrew · Bartholomew · James of Alphaeus · James of Zebedee · John (Beloved, Evangelist, Patmos) · Judas Iscariot · Jude Thaddeus · Matthew · Matthias · Peter · Philip · Simon the Zealot, (Judas) · Thomas Acts Peter · Paul Agabus · Ananias (Judaea) · Ananias (Damascus) · Apollos · Aquila · Aristarchus · Bar-jesus · Barnabas · Blastus · Cornelius · Demetrius · Dionysius · Dorcas · Eutychus · Gamaliel · James the Just · Jason · Joseph Barsabas · Judas of Galilee · Lucius · Luke · Lydia · (John) Mark · Mary mother of John Mark · Matthias · Nicholas · Paul · Philip · Priscilla  · Publius · Rhoda · Sapphira · Sceva · Seven Deacons · Silas/Silvanus · Simeon of Jerusalem · Simon the Sorcerer · Sopater · Stephen · Theudas · Timothy · Titus · Trophimus · Tychicus Romans & Herod's family Gospels Cornelius · Herod Antipas · Herod Archelaus · Herod Philip II · Herod the Great · Herodias · "Longinus" · Pontius Pilate · Pilate's Wife · Quirinius · Salome · Tiberius Acts Agrippa I · Agrippa II · Felix · Claudius Lysias · Junius A. Gallio · Festus · Sergius Paulus Epistles Achaichus · Alexander · Archippus · Aretas IV · Crescens · Diotrephes · Epaphras · Epaphroditus · Erastus · Euodia · Hymenaeus · Jesus Justus · Junia · Mary · Angel Michael · Nymphas · Philemon · Philetus · Phoebe · Syntyche Revelation Antipas · Four Horsemen · Apollyon · Two Witnesses · Woman · Beast · Three Angels · Whore of Babylon Full List · Jesus: (Ministry, Miracles, Parables, Timeline) · New Testament · NT Canon · Gospels (Synoptic) · Epistles (Pauline, General) · Apostolic Age The Short story "An afternoon on Skull Hill" by Tom Wessex, conjectures that Gestas was the illegitimate son of Pontius Pilate, and, the real utterer of the words "Forgive them father, for they know not what they do". * References ^ The Golden Legend. This Christianity-related biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e