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#1
Both stories include an angel coming down from heaven. In The Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist, the angel's name wasn't said. But, in The Annunciation and Birth of Jesus, the angel's name was Gabriel.
#2
In The Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist and The Annunciation and Birth of Jesus, both parents found out that they were to have a son.
#3
In The Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist, the angel says "...And you will name your son John.", in The Annunciation and Birth of Jesus, Gabriel says, "...And you will call him Jesus." Both angels tell the parents a specific name to name their son.
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In The Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist, and The Annunciation and Birth of Jesus, they both say that the son will be great.
#5
In both stories, the parents have some physical challange that would normally prevent them from having a child. In The Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist, John's father, Zechariah, and his wife are both beyond the age of childbirth. In The Annunciation and Birth of Jesus, Mary is a virgin, and has "...had no relations with a man", therefore preventing her from having a child.