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The Lausiac History Of Palladius by Palladius Of Galatia

[A MAN named Sabas, a layman, a native of Jericho, became so enamoured of the monks that he went the round of the cells and the desert at nights and at each habitation put outside a bushel of dates, and a sufficiency of vegetables, because the ascetics of the Jordan do not eat bread. One day a lion met him and, taking him by surprise, chased him for a mile and then turned back, took his ass and went off.]








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