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The Lausiac History Of Palladius by Palladius Of Galatia

THEN again Elias, a monk, dwelt in the same parts in a cave, living a life most grave and disciplined. One day when a number of brethren had come to him, for the place was on the main road, he ran short of bread. And he assured us: “Dismayed at what had happened, I went into the cell and found three loaves. And the visitors having eaten of them to satiety—they were twenty in all—one was left over, which lasted me twenty-five days.”








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