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History of the Egyptian Monks (Historia Monachorum in Aegypto - Index)


De Vitis Patrum, Book II
By Rufinus of Aquileia


Index


Prolog

I: JOHN

II: HOR(cf. VIII.9)

III: AMMON(cf. VIII.48)

IV: BENUS (cf VIII.49)

V: THE CITY OF OXYRYNCUS

VI: THEO (cf. VIII.40)

VII: APOLLONIUS (cf. VIII.52)

VIII: AMMON (cf. the last section of VIII.52)

IX: THE PRIEST COPRES AND PATERMUTIUS (cf. VIII.54)

X: ABBAS SYRUS, ISAIAH, PAUL AND ANUPHIUS (VIII.55-58)

XI: HELENUS (VIII.59)

XII: ELIAS (cf. VIII.51)

XIII: PITHYRION (VIII.59)

XIV: THE FATHER CALLED EULOGIUS (cf. VIII.75)

XV: THE PRIEST APELLES, AND JOHN (cf. VIII.51) <

XVI: PAPHNUTIUS (cf. VIII.62)

XVII: THE MONASTERY OF ABBA ISIDORE (cf. VIII.71)

XVIII: SERAPION THE PRIEST (cf. VIII.76)

XIX: APOLLONIUS, MONK AND MARTYR (cf. VIII.66)

XX: DIOSCUROS THE PRIEST (cf. VIII.68)

XXI: THE MONKS LIVING IN NITRIA (cf. VIII.69)

XXII: THE PLACE CALLED CELLIA (cf. VIII.69)

XXIII: AMMON (cf. VIII.12)

XXIV: DIDYMUS

XXV: CRONIUS (cf. VIII. 25&89)

XXVI: ORIGEN (cf. VIII.10)

XXVII: EVAGRIUS (VIII.86)

XXVIII: THE TWO MACARII. AND FIRST, MACARIUS THE GREATER, OF EGYPT(cf. VIII. 19 & 20)

XXIX: MACARIUS THE LESSER, OF ALEXANDRIA (cf. VIII. 19 & 20)

XXX: AMMON, THE FIRST MONK OF NITRIA (cf. VIII. 8)

XXXI: PAUL THE SIMPLE (cf. VIII. 28)

XXXII: PIAMMON THE PRIEST (cf. VIII. 72)

XXXIII: JOHN (cf. VIII. 73)

Epilogue: The dangers of journeying to the deserts

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