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THE BOOK OF PARADISE. 



VOLUME U. 



ENGLISH TRANSLATION-CONTINUED, 
INDEX AND SYRL\C TEXT. 



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Five hundred copies printed for private 
circulation only, of which this is 
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LADY MEUX MANUSCRIPT NO 6. 



THE BOOK OF PARADISE 

BEING 

THE HISTORIES AND SAYINGS OF THE MONKS 

AND 

ASCETICS OF THE EGYPTIAN DESERT 

BY 

PALLADIUS, fflERONYMUS 

AND OTHERS. 



THE SYRIAC TEXTS, ACCORDING TO THE 

RECENSION OF 'ANAN-ISH& OF BETH 'ABHE, EDITED 

WITH AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION 

BY 

E. A. WALLIS BUDGE, M. A., Litt. D., D. Litt., D. Lit. 

KEEPER OF THE EGYPTIAN AND ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES 
IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM. 

X. 

vol. II. 

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ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 



919 



352 [358]. AbbA Kt6pR6s said, "Whosoever loveth 
"the gratifying of his own will more than the gratifi- 
"cation of th<i will of God hath no fear of God." 

352^* [358'^]. A brother asked Abba Am6n!s, saying, 
"How ought a man to act when he wisheth to begin 
"some [kind of] work, or when he wisheth to go or 
"to come, or to go from one place to another, so that 
"action may be according to the will of God, and may 
"be free from the error of devils.'*" The old man said 
"unto him, "He must first consider in his mind and see 
"the motive of that which he wisheth to do, and whence 
"it cometh, and if it be from God or Satan, or from 
"the man himself, and then let him do the work [which 
"he contemplateth], but let him flee from going and 
"coming, and from going from one place to another. 
"If he [acteth] not [thus] he will finally become a laugh- 
"ing stock for the devils. But afterwards let him pray 
"and beseech God that that work which is His he may do, 
"and then let him begin the work, and afterwards he 
"may boast in God. 

353 [359]- ^^ ^^so said, "Bear with every man in 
"such a way that God may also bear with thee."* 

353^ [359^]- The disciple of Abba Ammon told the 
following story: — One night the old man came out and 
found me lying down in the courtyard, of the cell, 
and he stood up above me, and with lamentation and 
tears said, "Where is the mind of this brother who 
"can thus lie down [or, sleep] without care.'*" 

354 [360]. There was a certain priest in Thebais 
whose name was DioscurOs, and he was the spiritual 
father of many monks, and at the time when they were 
about to receive the Holy Mysteries he used to say 
to the brethren, "Take thought and see lest any man 
"among you have been snared by the phantom of a 

^ In Bedjan's edition this Saying bears the number 367. 
' In Bedjan's edition this Saying bears the number 366 
(p. 828). 



920 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"woman during the night, and he be so bold as to 
"receive the Holy Mysteries. Now the emissions" 
"which [Page 707] occur as the result of a phantom 
"are not caused by the desire of a man, but take place 
"independently thereof, for they happen naturally, and 
"are due to the excess of matter [in the body], and 
"they do not, therefore, lead [a man] into subjection to 
"sin. But the phantoms which arise from the desire 
"are the sign of an evil wish. For it is meet that 
"the monk should be superior to the law of nature, 
"and that he should not be found with the smallest 
"impurity of body, but that he should waste the body 
"and humble it, and should not permit any superfluity 
"of matter to be found therein. Work out plans, then, 
"that thou mayest cut off [the superfluity of] matter 
"by means of a long period of fasting, for if we do 
"not thus, it will incite the other lusts to come upon 
"us ; and it is not meet that a monk should be occupied 
"with the lusts which rise up in him daily. And if 
"we do not thus, in what way are we different from 
"those who live in the world .■* For we have observed 
"that men of this kind often make themselves to be 
"remote from the desires of their lust, either for pur- 
"poses of bodily health, or for other reasons which are 
"not worth mentioning; how very much more, then, 
"should it thus be especially a care to the monk for 
"the sake of the health of his spirit, and of his soul, 
"and of his body?" 

355 [361]- They used to say that Abba Macarius 
the Alexandrian at one time dwelt in a cave in the 
desert, and that beyond his cave was another wherein 
dwelt a panther; one day when he opened the door 
of his cave the panther came in and did homage to 
the blessed man, and she drew nigh and took hold 
of the corner of his garment, and dragged him along 
gently and went outside. And the old man answered 

* The better reading is ;>!?»». 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 92 1 



and said, "What can this animal want?" And he went 
with her until she arrived at her cave, and she left 
him outside, and went in and brought out her young, 
which were blind, and dropped them at his feet; 
and when he saw them, he prayed, and spat in their 
eyes, [Page 708] which were opened straightway, and 
the panther gave them suck, and took them and went 
inside. And on the day following the panther came 
bringing a sheepskin, and she approached and placed 
it before him; then the old man smiled to himself at 
the discernment and knowledge which the animal had 
shewn, and he took the skin and slept upon it, until it 
was quite worn out. 

356 [362]. Now on another occasion when the door 
of his cell was shut, and the old man was sitting in 
his courtyard, that panther leaped down into the court- 
yard from the wall and came to him carrying one of 
her young in her mouth; and when the old man saw 
that the little panther was blind, he spat in its eyes, 
and they were opened, and its mother took it and 
departed. And one day later she brought to the blessed 
man a sheepskin, and the blessed woman Melania told 
me, saying, "I received this same skin from the hands 
"of the old man as a gift." 

357 [363]- A brother asked an old jnan, saying, 
"What shall I do if when I have given to my brother 
"a little bread or money, the devils pollute it, as if 
"[it were given to gain] th9 approbation' of men?" 
The old man said unto him, "Even though the adula- 
"tion of men may come, we must give to our neigh- 
"bour that which is necessary," and the old man adduced 
a proof of this statement, and said, "Two men dwelt 
"in a certain city, and one sowed [a field] and produced 
"a crop of somewhat dirty grain, but the other sowed 
"[no field] at all, and produced no crop of any kind, 
"neither clean nor dirty; in the time of tribulation which 

* The better reading is ;Noi3[floaa>. 



922 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"of these two men would live [and not die] of hunger?" 
And the brother said unto him, "He who produced the 
"crop of dirty grain;" and the old man said unto him, 
"Let us then produce a few [good actions], even though 
"they be defiled, so that we may not die in the time 
"of famine." 

358 [364]. An old man used to say, "Dainty meats 
"remove [a man] from heavenly honours. For satiety, 
"and luxurious living in this world, and the multitudes 
"of lustful habits shut the door in our face and prevent 
"us from entering into the happiness of God. Consider 
"now the history of the rich man and Lazarus; [Page 
"709] what was it that carried Lazarus into the bosom 
"of Abraham? Was it not the immeasurable troubles 
"among which he had been brought up? And what 
"brought the rich man to Gehenna? Was it not the 
"pleasures and lusts which were flaming within his 
"body? Each one of us, then, according to his measure, 
"by the nod of the fire of his person which is found 
"with him, shall receive his deserts in the world which 
"is to come; and each one of us, unless he be watch- 
"ful, shall be shaken up with the wood, and the 
"straw, and the stubble. And since it is necessary for 
"us to extinguish carefully the lusts which bestir them- 
"selves in us, we have need [to drink] water, and not 
"wme. 

359 [365]- An old man used to say, "True obedi- 
"ence is like unto a chaste woman who is betrothed, 
"and who is not drawn aside after strange voices; and 
"the ear which turneth away, ever so little, from the 
"truth, is like an adulterous woman who turneth away 
"from her husband; and the mind which is led by 
"every doctrine of error* is like unto a harlot, who is 
"persuaded by every one who calleth her. Let us 
"then rebuke^ the wandering mind which is cor- 

* The better reading is ji:^?. 

* The better reading is oaai . 



ON THE ASCETIC LtFE. 923 

"rupted* by strange voices, and which loveth the voice 
"of its seducer ' instead of that of the true bridegroom ; 
"for it hath accepted to be called by the name of a 
"stranger, and not by that of Christ." 

360 I366J. An old man used to say, "If thou hast 
"prayed for thy companion thou hast also prayed for 
"thyself, but if thou hast prayed for thyself only thou 
"hast impoverished thy petition; and if thou hast shewn 
"that thy brother hath offended thee, thou hast also 
"shewn that thou hast offended thyself. Those prayers, 
"which have not taken their mind with them, when 
"they have ascended and gone up stand outside the 
"door, and it is love which openeth the door before 
"them. The prayer which possesseth not the wings 
"of the spirit to [mount up] on high standeth before 
"the mouth of him that prayeth it, and thinking that 
"it hath flown away he doth not perceive that it re- 
"maineth [near himl Offer with thine offering salt, 

"as it is written.^ t^'^S^ 7^*-*] ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^V 
"Lord be salt for thy sacrifice, for the sacrifice which 
"hath not salt through His love is despised and rejected 
"before Him." 

361 [367]. One of the holy men used to say thus: — 
"I have passed the whole period of twenty years in 
"striving so that a strange thought might not enter 
"into my heart, and I have seen Satan, until the ninth 
"hour, with his bow stretched ready to shoot an arrow 
"into my heart; and when he could not find an oppor- 
"tunity, he was filled with disgust, and he would depart 
"each day, having been put to shame." "^ 

362 [368]. There was a certain holy man in Egypt 
who dwelt in the desert, and a little way beyond him 



* The better reading is M^^3E2. 

* The better reading is dji^juoo,?. 
3 Leviticus II. 13. 

4' InBedjah's edition there follows: — .^iwN.007? ovAi.ista a»i.A^ 



924 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

was an elder [or, priest], who was a Manichean; and 
this Manichean was obliged to make a journey and to 
go to one who was of the same faith as himself, and 
as he was going along the road, he arrived at even- 
tide at the place where the holy man lived, and the 
Manichean was in great distress, for he had no place 
near at hand wherein to enter. Now he was afraid 
to go to the holy man, for he thought that he would 
recognize him, and would not allow him to enter [his 
cell]; nevertheless, being sore pressed, and not knowing 
where [else] to go, he knocked at the door of that 
holy man; and he opened the door, and the Manichean 
went in, and the holy man received him with gladness, 
and he knew who he was, and he urged him to pray, 
and he relieved all his wants, and the Manichean slept, 
and was refreshed. And it came to pass during the 
night that the Manichean came to himself, and said, 
"How is it that there is nothing which it was seemly 
"to do which this blessed man hath not done for me? 
"verily this is a man of God." Then he rose up and 
fell down at his feet, and said, "From this day on- 
" wards I shall believe as thou believest;" and he turned 
to the truth, and he became a friend of the holy man 
and lived with him always. 

363 [368^]. I have heard that Abba Isaac said con- 
cerning Abba Mataois his Rabba, now they both arrived 
at the dignity of the episcopacy, [Page 711], that first 
of all Abba Mataois built his monastery in the country 
of the HarbelayI: (Herakleans), but that being much 
troubled by the multitudes who came to him, he left 
that place, and departed, and went to another spot in 
order that he might find quietness, and he built a 
monastery for himself there. And by the operation of 
Satan as it were, he found there a certain brother 
with whom he was at enmity, and he afflicted him 
greatly; and the old man saw [this], and he rose up 
and departed to his village, so that the man might 
not be vexed through him, and there he built a 



ON -THE ASCETIC LIFE. 925 



monastery, and shut himself In it. Now after a time, 
the fathers of that place wherefrom Abba MataoIs had 
departed gathered together, and they took that brother 
who was aggrieved, and they went to him in order 
to entreat him and to bring him to his monastery; 
and when they had arrived at the place where Abba 
SoRiuN used to dwell, they left their cloaks there, and 
the aggrieved brother was with them. And when the 
fathers had knocked, the old man brought forward' a 
ladder, and he recognized them, and said unto them, 
"Where are your cloaks?" And they said, "They are 
"here with us, with such and such a brother." Now 
when the old man heard the name of that brother, in 
sheer joy he took an axe and opened the door, and 
he ran to the place where that brother was, and the 
holy man fell at the feet of the saint, and he made 
entreaty to him, and he kissed him, and saluted 
him, and he brought him and the fathers to his cell, 
and he refreshed both him and them for three days; 
and he made ready a meal, which he was not in the 
habit of doing, and he rose up and went with them 
with great joy. Now afterwards he was called to the 
office of Bishop, and he became a worker of signs 
and miracles, and he also made his disciple Abba Isaac 
a Bishop, and he continued to lead a life of spiritual 
excellence until the end of his life. '^ 

364 [369]. They used to say of Abba Serapion, 
the Bishop, that whensoever a man came to him to 
receive [Page 712] the monastic garb, he said these 
words to him, "When thou prayest say, 'Lord, teach 
•"me to do Thy will.'" 

365 [370]. On one occasion Abba Paphnutius was 
living in a remote desert, and it happened that a 
certain brother came to him and found him sick, and 
the brother took him, and washed him, and of the 
food which he had with him he boiled a little, and 



Read 



saju. 



926 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 



brought it to him to eat. And when he saw [this] 
he answered and said, "In very truth it had passed^ 
"from my mind that this gratification for the children 
"of men existed;" and he brought him a cup of cream. 
Now when the old man saw him, he wept, and said, 
"I never expected that, even to the day of my death, 
"I should drink wine." 

366 [371]- One of the fathers told a story, saying: — 
On one occasion two brethren according to the body 
came to the desert to a certain monk, and they con- 
ducted themselves in an excellent manner, and they 
were praised by the whole brotherhood. And it came 
to pass that one of them fell into a sickness which 
lasted not a few years, and his brother ministered unto 
him, and certain fathers came to visit him, and they 
began to praise him that ministered unto him, saying, 
"Thy willingness and thine abstinence profit the whole 
"brotherhood." And he answered and said unto them 
with great humility, "Forgive me, O my fathers, for I 
"have not as yet begun to lead a life of rule, but it is 
"my brother who doeth the works of excellence, and 
"that ye may indeed learn that such is the case, come 
"after me, and see." Then he took them in to his 
brother in the cell wherein he lay, and he said unto 
him, "Father, where is the axe which I gave thee 
"yesterday?" And he began to seek for it. Then he 
said unto him, "See, O my brother, do an act of grace 
"and seek for it with me," and the sick brother took 
it upon himself to be asked for that which he had not 
taken. And having profited [by his example] the fathers 
departed from that place. 

367 [372]. An old man used to say, "Flee from 
"that love which [Page 713] subsisteth by means of 
"the things which are corrupt, for with them a man 
"also passeth away and is destroyed." 

368 [373]. Abba Elijah used to say, "The love 

* Read ;xa^. 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 927 



"which a man possesseth for his neighbour, and which 
"is caused by some temporal matter is, in the process 
"of time, turned into fierce enmity." 

369 [374I. And he also said, "Whatsoever hath its 
"being for God's sake endureth and abideth for ever 
"with those who are true." 

370 [375]. On one occasion the priest of PiLisi6N 
heard that certain of the brethren were idle and lazy, 
and that they were constantly in the city, and that 
they swam in the baths, and neglected the works of 
excellence which belong to the life of the monk, and 
when they came to the congregation he took their 
monkish dress from them; and having done [this] he 
was sad at heart, and repented, and he went to Abba 
PoEMiiN and informed him about them. And the old 
man said unto him, "Hast thou nothing of the old 
"man about thee?" [And he said "Yea."' And the 
old man said unto him], "Therefore thou thyself art 
"like unto them, and thou art nigh unto sin." Then 
the priest went and expressed his sorrow to them, and 
he put on them the dress of monks [once more]. Now 
they were twelve in all. 

371 [376]. On one occasion tribulation came upon 
the monks in a certain place where they were living, 
and they wished to forsake it and to come to Abba 
Ammon; and behold,* he was travelling in a boat, and 
he saw them going along by the side of the river, 
and he ordered the boatman to bring [the boat] close 
to land. Then he called these brethren and said unto 
them, "I am Ammon to whom ye wish to go;" and he 
entreated them to go back to their place, and he 
comforted them, and told them to endure patiently, for 
there was in the matter no^ loss to the soul, but only 
human vexation. 



^ Adding, -.Jata a^ iiel ^2 laMJe. 

' Read ^2 ;32, 
3 Read ik\}oQi x.^. 



928 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

372 [377]. On one occasion an old man went up 
from Scete to the brethren in the mountain, and when 
they saw that he was a man of great ascetic labours, 
and that he practised stern self-denial, they entreated 
him to let them make a meal for him, and they 
brought him a little wine to drink. Now the people 
[Page 713] of the country heard about him, and they 
brought him a man who was afflicted with a devil 
that he might heal him; and when the devil saw him, 
he began to revile him, saying, "Hast thou brought 
"this winebibber to me?" And the old man did not 
wish to cast him out because of the praise of men, 
but, because the devil had reviled him, he said unto 
him, "I believe in Christ, and I shall not have drunk 
"[this] cup of wine until thou hast gone forth;" and as 
he began to drink that devil cried out, and said, "Thou 
"art consuming me;" and before the old man could 
drink that cup [of wine] the devil went forth by the 
grace of Christ. 

373 [37s]- They used to say that a certain father 
who was a recluse had a brother, according to the 
body, who lived in another cell, and that this brother 
fell ill, and sent to him a message to come and see 
him before he died; and his brother said, "I am un- 
"able to go out for the sake of my brother in the 
"flesh." And his brother sent him another message, 
saying, "Come, if it be only in the night, that I may 
"see thee;" and the recluse said, "I cannot do so, for 
"if I did my heart would not be. pure before God." 
So the brother died, and they did not see each 
other. 

374 [379]* They once wanted to make Abba Isaac 
priest in Scete, and when he heard [this] he fled to 
Egypt, and he went into a field and hid himself among 
the crop because the fathers were pursuing him, and 
when they came to that field they began to weary a 
little; and they turned the ass which they had with 
them out to feed, but he left the whole field, and 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 929 



went and stood up in that place where AbbA Isaac 
was hidden. And in the morning they went out to 
look for the ass, and they found the ass and the old 
man [together], and they marvelled; and when they 
wished to make Abba Isaac take an oath [not to run 
away] he would not allow them [to do so], and he 
said unto them, "I shall not flee again, for it is 
"the will of God, and whithersoever I flee I shall 
"come to this thing, for this is a consecration by 
"God." 

375 [380]. Abba Macarius asked Abba Arsenius, 
saying, [Page 715] "Is it good for a man not to have 
"any pleasure at all in his cell? I know a brother who 
"used to have a few garden herbs in his cell, and to 
"prevent himself from having any gratification there- 
"from, he pulled them up by the roots;" and Abba 
Arsenius said unto him, "This is good, but every 
"man [must do] as he is able, and if he hath not the 
"strength to persist in this perhaps he should plant 
"others." 

376 [381]. The old men who were in Egypt told 
Abba Elijah that Abba Agathon was a great man. 
And the old man said unto them, "Considering his 
"youth he was a great man in his generation, but he 
"was very far removed from the men of old. I saw 
"in Scete an old man who was able to hold back the 
"sun in his course in the heavens like Joshua, the son 
"of Nun;" and when they heard [this] they marvelled 
and praised God. 

377 [382]. A certain brother asked Abba Poemen 
about fornication, and he answered and said, "[It cometh 
"upon a man] because our eyes will not allow us to 
"see the help of God which surroundeth a man, for 
"a man is constrained to humility and to the fear 
"of God at all times, even as he is constrained 
"[to draw] the breath which goeth forth from his 
"mouth." 

378 [383]. An old man used to say, "If thou wishest 



930 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"to learn to know [thy] neighbour praise him more than 
"thou rebukest him." 

379 [384]« They used to say that whensoever one 
of the fathers wished to sleep a little, he would sit 
down in his cell at some distance from the wall, so 
that whenever he nodded his head he became wide 
awake. 

380 [385]. And whensoever another of the old 
men lay down he used to hold up a book above him, 
and when he dropped off to sleep the book would fall 
down and awake him.^ 

381 [386]. Abba Anthony said, "I do not fear God, 
"on the contrary, I love Him." 

382 [387]. One of the old men whilst exhorting 
the brethren to work of spiritual excellence used to say, 
"Troubles are hard unto those who are not accustomed* 
"to them. Troubles are like unto dogs; for as dogs 
"[Page 716] bite those who are not familiar with them, 
"and wag their tails at those who are, so also are 
"labours, because they give pain to those who have 
"no experience of them, and they are pleasing unto 
"those who are trained in bearing them. This excep- 
"tion must, however, be made: lusts are wont to pro- 
"duce troubles and adversities, but troubles are the 
"cause of pleasure and delights." 

383 [388]. On one occasion Abba Ammon came to 
cross the river, and he found that they were making 
ready a boat to take [some] men over, and he sat 
down in it; and behold, there was another boat which 
was going to take over some women, and they cried 
out to him, "Come thou, father, and cross over with us." 
And he answered and said unto them, "If I had not 
'been going to cross over in the public boat I could 

* In Bedjan's edition there follows: — No. 23. Abba Besa- 
rion said, "I stood up for forty nights, and did not sleep." 

* Read ^auiiios . 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 93 1 



"not cross [with you]." Now he had with him a bundle 
of palm leaves, and he sat down and plaited mats 
until that boat was ready, and then he crossed over 
the river [in it]. And the brethren expressed their 
regrets, saying, "Why hast thou done thus?" Then 
the old man said unto them, "Because I do not at all 
"times travel in great haste, and because my thoughts 
*'are not always in a turmoil." Now this is a proof 
that a man should travel on the path of God with a 
well ordered mind. 

384 [389]. One of the old men came to one of 
the fathers [and asked him] to go and visit Abba 
Joseph, and he said to him, "Tell thy disciple to go 
"with us;" and the father said, "Call him, and whatso- 
"ever thou commandest him, he will do." The old 
man said unto him, "What is his name?" and the 
Rabba of the disciple said, "I know not." The old 
man said unto him, "And how long hath he been with 
"thee? Dost thou not know his name?" And the 
father said, "Behold, he hath been with me for two 
"years;" then the old man answered and said, "If he 
"hath been with thee for two years, and thou hast 
"not learnt his name, how can I learn it in one day?" 

385 [390]. A brother asked Abba Poemen, and 
said, "On one occasion I was distressed, and I begged 
"one of the holy men to lend me a certain thing, and 
"he gave it to me as a free gift; now if God prospereth 
"me [Page 7 1 7] shall I give it to another man, or shall 
"I return it to him that gave it to me in the time of 
"my tribulation?" The old man saith, "The gift was 
"most certainly from God, and it is meet for thee to 
"return it to him, for it belongeth to him." And that 
brother said unto him, "Supposing that I carry it to 
"him, and he refuse to take it, and say unto me, 
" 'Get thee gone, and give it as a free gift to any one 
"'at thy pleasure,' what am I to do?" The old man 
said, "The thing still belongeth to him. For if a man 
"bringeth thee something of his own aqcord, and thou 



932 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"hast no knowledge about it, in this manner the thing 
"is his; but if thou hast borrowed something, either 
"from a monk or from a man in the world, and he 
"refuseth to take it back, it belongeth to thee,^ and 
"thou mayest do as thou pleasest with it." 

386 [391]- Abba Joseph related that Abba Isaac 
said, "I was on one occasion sitting with Abba Poemen, 
"and I saw that he was in a state of great stupefaction, 
"and because I possessed some influence over him, I 
"offered entreaty to him, saying, "Father, where is thy 
"'mind?' And after I had pressed him greatly, he 
"answered and said, 'My mind was in the place of the 
" 'Crucifixion, where the holy woman Mary, [the God- 
" 'bearer], was standing and weeping by the Cross 
" 'of our Reedemer, and I was wishing that I might 
"'at all times feel thus.'" 

387 [392]. They used to say that Abba Sisoes the 
Theban was wont to dwell among the reeds of ArsanIa, 
where there was, at some distance from him, an old 
man who was sick; and when he heard [of it] he was 
distressed, for he fasted two days at a time, and that 
day was the day on which he ought not to eat. And 
he said in his mind, "What shall I do.'* For perhaps 
"the brethren will compel me to eat, and if I wait [to 
"go to the old man] until to-morrow perhaps he will 
"be dead. I can only do this. I will go, but will not 
"break the law and eat;" so he went, and he ate not, 
and he did not break the rule of life which [he observed] 
for God's sake. 

388 [393]. They used to say [Page 7 1 8] that Abba 
NetIra, who was the disciple of Abba Sylvanus, and 
who dwelt in his cell in Mount Sinai, trained his body, 
and exercised it in ascetic labours with moderation; 
but when he was called by force to the episcopacy, 
he afflicted himself with stern and laborious works. 
And his disciple said unto him, "Abba, when we lived 

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ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 933 

"in the desert thou didst not lead such a life of ab- 
"stinence and self-denial as thou now doest;" and the 
old man said unto him, "There I had the desert, and 
"silence, and poverty, and I only had to direct my 
"body in moderation so that it might not become ill; 
"but here I have the world, and I must vex my body 
"so that it may not be caught by any lust whatsoever, 
"and that I may not lose my labours." 

389 [394]. They used to relate that Abba Poemen 
and the brethren at one time worked with their hands, 
but he could not sell their work; and they were dis- 
tressed because they had no one to buy their work; 
and one of the brethren, who was a friend of theirs, 
went to a certain believing merchant and informed him 
of the matter. Now Abba Poemen [always] refused to 
accept anything from any man, so that he might not 
be entreated [for alms] by the multitude. And when 
the merchant heard [about their need], because he 
wished to do something for the old man, he made 
the excuse that he was in need of [the kind] of work 
[which they did], and he bought a camel and carried 
away the work as if he had been in need of the same ; 
and the brother who had told the merchant came to 
Abba Poemen, and hearing that the merchant had come 
and carried away what they had to sell, he said before 
Abba Poemen, "Verily, O father, the merchant hath 
"taken [the work] away, although he did not want it." 
Then Abba Poemen said to Abba Job, his brother, 
"Arise, stop the camel, and bring him back, for if thou 
"dost not do so Poemen will not dwell here with you. 
"For I do not wish to wrong any man by making him 
"unnecessarily [Page 719] to suffer loss on my account, 
"and to take my profit." And the brother departed 
and brought the camel back with great difficulty, and 
then Abba Poemen was persuaded to stay with them, 
and when he saw [the camel] he rejoiced as one who 
had found a great treasure. 

390 [395]. A certain stranger came to Scete, and 



934 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

brought there much gold, and he entreated the priest 
that it might be given to the brethren, and the priest 
said unto him, "It is useless to them;" and having 
entreated him many times, and the priest not consent- 
ing [to this], the man laid the gold down openly at 
the door of the church. And the priest said, "My 
"brethren, if any man hath need let him take [some]," 
but they refused to touch it, and some of them would 
not even look at it. Then the priest said unto him, 
"God hath accepted thy gift, go, and give it to the 
"poor;" and having been greatly helped he departed. 

391 [396]. On one occasion the steward of Scete 
went up to Constantinople, and the Emperor seeing 
him asked him how the fathers in Egypt were; and 
the steward did homage, and answered and said to 
the Emperor, "Behold, they eat each other, and live." 
Now when the Emperor heard this, he marvelled, and 
asked him, "What is the meaning of 'they eat each 
"'other?'" And the steward said, "The meaning of 
"'they eat' each other is this: — When it happeneth 
"that one of them is going to die, he commandeth that 
"whatsoever he hath shall be given to various men 
"according to their needs; and similarly when a man 
"worketh he bringeth [the results of] his labour, and 
"refresheth all the brethren therewith, and in this way 
"they live." The Emperor said unto him, "Verily 
"blessed are ye, for ye are saved and freed from the 
"cares of the world, and also from the judgment of 
"Gehenna. We, on the other hand, are troubled by 
"the cares of this world, and Gehenna is prepared 
"for us because of our sins." 

392. They used to say of Abba BatImIs that, when 
[the brethren] were coming down from the harvest to 
Scete, they brought down as a gift for the brethren 
who were there a jar of oil, which contained the 
measure of a kesta, and was sealed with plaster. And 

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ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 935 



at the return of the period the year following when 
they were going [Page 720] to the harvest, they brought 
everything which was of benefit to the church; and 
Abba BatImIs made a small hole with a needle in the 
vessel of oil, and poured out a little of it for himself, 
and thought that he had done some great thing in 
not having consumed the whole of the oil which was 
in the vessel. And when the brethren brought their 
vessels with the plaster coverings intact' and the vessels 
themselves unopened, whilst his vessel had been per- 
forated, he stood there full of shame, just like a man 
who thinks that he has been found [committing] for- 
nication. 

393. There was a great and holy man who used 
to dwell in the inner desert, in a state of glorious 
ascetic excellence, and the gifts of casting out devils 
and of healing the sick had been given to him by 
God, and he used to work great miracles in the Name 
of Christ, and the beasts also made themselves subject 
to him at his command. For it chanced on one oc- 
casion when he was journeying in the desert that he 
saw a herd of wild asses feeding, and he said to them, 
"In the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, let one of you 
"come hither;" and one of them came, and crouched 
before him very gently, and the blessed- jnan mounted 
him, and sat upon him, and the animal carried him 
whither he wished to go. 

394. One day when the blessed Anthony was 
sitting in the desert with the brethren about him, 
suddenly there fell upon him a state of stupor, and 
he became exceedingly sad and sorry, and he bent 
his knees and prayed; and when, after a long time, 
he stood up, he wept and groaned, and the old man 
began to pluck out his hair; and to throw it away.* 
Now when the brethren saw him weeping they entreated 
him to tell them what he had seen; and he answered 

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936 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 



and said unto them, "A great pillar hath fallen this 
"day from the church." Now he spake concerning 
that holy man who had fallen from his rule of life. 
And he sent to him straightway two brethren to see 
what had happened [Page 721] and to comfort him, 
and when the holy man saw them, he wailed and cried, 
and took dust and cast it upon his head, and he fell 
down before them, saying, "Go ye and say unto Abba 
"Anthony, 'Pray for me that ten days may be given 
"'me to live, and I believe that I shall repent;'" but 
he died before five days had passed, and did not 
remain' long enough to offer up repentance for his sin. 

395. There was a certain man of noble rank who 
sold everything which he had, and divided [the money] 
among the poor and the strangers, and he shaved his 
head, and went and dwelt in a monastery; now there 
remained to him a remnant of his possessions sufficient 
for his wants. And after a little time, when he had 
obtained freedom of speech, he began to be proud 
and to exalt himself above the other brethren, saying, 
"They lack education, and the knowledge of learning;" 
and the blessed Mar Basil, the Bishop, sent him a 
message in a letter, saying, "Thou hast lost the great 
"name which thou hadst in the world, for thou wast 
"called 'nobleman', and thou hast not become a monk." 

396. Abba Gregory made an answer against the 
thoughts and said to the brethren, "My brethren, inas- 
"much as we have passed the measure of children, 
"let us cease from the mind of children, that is to say, 
"let us free ourselves from the careless habits of filthy 
"lusts; for it would be a shameful thing for us if, since 
"childhood hath passed from us, and old age hath come 
"upon us, the things of shame had not also passed 
"away from us." 

397. They used to say that when Abba Macarius 
was walking in the desert, he went and found a beauti- 

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937 



ful spot which was like unto the Paradise of God; and 
there were in it fountains of water, and numerous pahn- 
trees, and trees of various kinds which bore fruit, and 
when he had come and told the brethren about it, 
they begged and entreated him to go and settle them 
there. Then the old men, the aged members of the 
congregation, who led lives of stern labour, entreated 
them not [Page 722] to leave their place, and they 
said, "If pleasure and delight be found in that spot, 
"and if a man may live therein without vexation and 
"labour, what pleasure and delight do ye expect to 
"receive from God? Nay, it is right for us to endure 
"the hardness of this place wherein we dwell, and to 
"suffer tribulations so that we may enjoy pleasure in 
"the world to come." And when he had said these 
things the brethren were restrained and departed not. 

398. There was a certain holy man who used to 
see visions, and he told the following story, saying, 
"Once when I was standing up in prayer, I heard a 
"devil complaining in the presence of his companion, 
"saying, 'I am* [suffering] great labour and trouble.' 
"And when the other devil asked him^ so that he 
"might learn from him the cause of his trouble, he 
"said to him, 'This is the work which hath been handed 
"over to me. When I have carried these^ monks, who 
"are in Jerusalem and its neighbourhood, to Mount 
"Sinai I have to bring those who are in Mount Sinai 
"to Jerusalem, and I have no rest whatsoever." 

399. There was a monk who lived in a cell, far 
away in the desert, and this monk had a brother who 
lived in the world, and whose end was nigh, for he 
had to die; and he sent a message to the monk, say- 
ing, "For God's sake do an act of grace, and come 
"that I may see thee before I die." And when the 
monk heard [this], he shut the door of his cell, and 



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' The better reading is otSfx. 



938 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

set out to go to him, and as he was travelling 
through the desert, he saw an old man sitting on the 
wayside mending nets; now this old man was the 
Calumniator, who was making ready his snares to catch 
in them those who were journeying on the road of 
spiritual excellence. And he was exceedingly anxious 
to overthrow that brother, and to trip him up by his 
snares, for he had not only never allowed his foot to 
become entangled in the meshes of his nets, but he 
had also slit in pieces and destroyed his pit-falls 
through the remembrance of God. Now the monk 
did not know that the man who was sitting by the 
road-side [Page 723] mending his nets was Satan, and 
he said unto him, "Why art thou sitting here in this 
"parched desert? And what art thou doing here?" 
The Calumniator said unto him, "I am mending my 
"nets wherewith I wish to catch the gazelle which are 
"in the desert." And the monk said unto him, "Make 
"me a net also, for I want to catch with it the gazelle 
"which go into my garden and lay it waste." Then 
that devil said unto him, "Get thee on thy journey, 
"and I will make a net for thee which shall be better 
"than that which thou now seest." And when the monk 
had gone to his brother, he saw him, and remained 
with him for two days, and on the third day his 
brother died; and he wrapped him in his grave-clothes, 
and buried him with the honour which is due to be- 
lieving men. And as he was lying there in his brother's 
house, his brother's wife rose up by night, and came 
and lay down by his side through the agency of the 
Calumniator, and she began to say unto him thus: — 
"God hath sent thee hither to provide for thy brother's 
"children, and to bring them up; take me, then, to wife, 
"and take care of thy brother's house and of his chil- 
"dren, and stay here in peace in thine own house." 
And when the monk had heard what she said to him, 
he was moved to wrath against her, and he said to 
her, "Fie upon thee, O woman! Get thee behind me, 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 939 



"Satan!" And he rose up straightway, and took his 
staff, and set out to go through the desert to his 
cell, and as he was journeying along the way, he saw 
that old man sitting in his place and mending his 
nets; and the monk said unto him, "Art thou still 
"sitting here, O old man? Hast thou prepared for 
"me that net concerning which I spake to thee?" 
Then Satan became furious, and he looked at him in 
fierce anger and said, "Get thee forth from my pre- 
"sence. Yea, thou hast indeed broken the net which 
"I made for thee. Didst thou not know [Page 724] 
"that thou wast breaking and slitting in pieces during 
"the past night that other net which was better than 
"the first one?" I am not able to make a net which 
"[will catch] thee." And as he was speaking he 
changed himself into a great serpent. Now when the 
monk saw this he understood that it was Satan who 
had appeared unto him; and he fled from the place 
in fear, and went to his cell, and he gave thanks unto 
God Who had delivered him from the snare of Satan, 
who had wished to snare him and to drag him down 
into his net through his brother's wife. 

400. A certain brother had recently received the 
garb of a monk, and he went and shut himself up in 
a cell, and said, "I am a desert monk." -_ And when 
the fathers heard [this], they came and took him out 
of his place, and made him to go about to the cells 
of the brethren, and to make apologies to them, say- 
ing, "I am not a desert monk, and I have only just 
"begun to be a disciple."* 

401. On one occasion Abba Abraham went to Abba 
Ar^a, and whilst they were sitting talking, a certain 
brother also came to Abba, and repeated the follow- 
ing: — There was a certain rich man in Jerusalem who 
had become rich by means of fraud, and avarice, and 

^ Read ics^ieajo <*6i . 

' From Bedjan's edition, p. 853, No. jao . 



940 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

Oppression, and wicked acts of various kinds; and when 
this man came to himself, and understood that there 
was judgment to come, he drew nigh to a certain 
teacher, and said unto him, "I beseech thee [to hearken 
unto me]. My mind is led captive by worldly care, and 
"by anxieties which are of the earth; make me whole 
"then, so that I may not perish." And the teacher 
gave him to read the Book of the Wisdom of Solomon, 
and as he was reading [it], he found a verse which 
said, "He who hath compassion upon the poor lendeth 
"to God." Then he shut the book, and gave it to 
the teacher, saying, "Who is there that is more sure 
"and more to be trusted than God, Who if I shew 
"compassion upon the poor, will give me back both 
"principal and interest?" Then he went immediately, 
and sold everything which he possessed and divided 
it among the poor, and he left nothing whatsoever of 
it to himself except four dinars, which were to be 
[spent] in burying him; and he fell into want, and be- 
came exceedingly poor, and he went about begging, 
but no man either shewed compassion upon him or 
gave him food. Finally he meditated within himself, 
and said, "I will go to the Lord my God, and will 
"enter into judgment with Him because He led me 
"astray and made me scatter all my possessions." 
Now as he was returning to Jerusalem, he saw 
two men fighting with each other, and each was 
striving [Page 725] to take from his companion a 
certain stone of great excellence, which had fallen from 
the ephod which was on Aaron, the high priest; now 
the men did not know what the stone was. Then the 
man said unto them, "Why are ye fighting and con- 
"tending with each other?" And they answered and 
said unto him, "We have found a stone, and we do 
"not know what its value is;" and he said unto them, 
"Give it to me, and take four dinars," and they gave 
him the stone gladly. Then the man went into Jeru- 
salem and shewed the stone to a goldsmith, who, as 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 94 1 

soon as he saw the stone, said unto him, "Where 
"didst thou find this? For behold, because [of the 
"loss] thereof all Jerusalem hath been in an uproar for 
"the last three days. But go, and give it to the high 
"priest, and he will make thee a rich man." Now when 
he had gone into the temple, the angel of the Lord 
appeared unto the high priest, and said unto him, 
"Behold, a man hath come unto thee, and he hath 
"with him the stone which was lost; give him, then, gold, 
"and silver, and precious stones according to his 
"desire, and rebuke him, and say unto him, 'Have no 
" 'doubt whatsoever in thy mind, and restrain not thy- 
" 'self from lending to God as if thou wert not a be- 
" 'liever and a true man, for, behold, I have given unto 
" 'thee twofold in this world [for what thou didst lend 
"'Me], and in the world to come life everlasting.'" 

402.* And the fathers also said: — There was a 
rich philosopher in a certain city, and he never gave 
anything to any man; and the Bishop of the city said 
unto him, "Dost thou know, O my beloved brother, 
"that when we came into this world we brought nothing 
"in with us, and that we shall not be able to carry 
"anything out with us? But from that which Christ 
"hath given unto thee thou shouldst lend in this world, 
"and in the next He will reward thee several times 
"over." Then the philosopher said unto T:he Bishop, 
"Wilt thou be surety to me that if I lend [money] 
"unto Him He will reward me.'*" And the Bishop 
answered and said, "Yea, I will be surety to thee;" 
and the Bishop having become surety to him, straightway 
the rich man began to scatter his possessions, and 
whensoever he gave alms to any man he used to write 
thus: — "Behold, I have lent to Christ, such and such 
"things, Bishop So-and-so being security for the same;" 
and he did thus until he had scattered all the riches 

* The following is translated from Bedjan's edition, p. 855, 
No. a»ff. 



942 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 



which he possessed. Now when the day arrived for 
him to go forth from the world, he commanded his 
household, saying, "I make you to take an oath by 
"Christ, in Whom I have trusted, that this paper shall 
"be laid with me in the grave;" and they took the 
oath even as he made them to do. And after many 
days, the Bishop came to the city, and he went to the 
kinsfolk of the philosopher, and he comforted them, 
and said unto them, "Did he not give you any com- 
"mands? And did he not make a will?" And they 
said unto him, "When he was dying he made us swear 
"that the paper of indebtedness should be laid with 
"him [in the grave], and we did even as he said." 
And the Bishop said unto them, "Come ye and shew 
"me his grave," and when he had gone and entered 
into the grave, he saw the paper laid on the breast 
of the philosopher, and he took it, and opened it, and 
found that there was written in it thus: — "I, the philo- 
"sopher So-and-so, have gone to Christ, and every- 
"thing which I lent unto Him He hath returned unto 
"me many times over; and henceforward I have no 
"claim whatsoever, except tranquillity and peace." And 
every one who saw and heard [this] praised God, unto 
Whom all things are easy. 

403. There was a certain rich man in Alexandria 
whose name was Domyanos, and he fell sick of a 
grievous disease, and being afraid that he was going 
to die he divided thirty pounds weight of gold among 
the poor ; and it happened that he recovered, and then 
he repented of what he had done. Now he had a 
rich friend, who was a chaste and excellent man, and 
he revealed to him everything about which he repented, 
and the friend answered and said unto him, "Be not 
"sad, O my brother, for it is meet that thou shouldst 
"rejoice, because thou hast made an offering unto God 
"of thy gold;" but the rich man did not agree with 
him. Then he said unto him, "I will give thee thirty 
"pounds' weight of gold, and thou must not be vexed, 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 943 



"but come with me to the temple of MAr MtivA, the 
"martyr, and say thus: 'It is not I who have given 
•"these alms, but this man,' and take that which is 
"thine, and go." And having done this, he took thirty 
pounds' weight of gold, and went to go forth by the 
door of the church, and the angel of the Lord smote 
him, and he fell down straightway, and died. Then 
the priests who were in the temple of MAr MInA 
gathered themselves together, and they said to the 
friend, "Take thy gold, and be gone." And he said 
unto them, "God forbid that I should take anything 
"from Christ, for I have offered it to Him, and it is 
"His, but if it seem [fit] to you let it be divided among 
"the poor;" and it was divided according to his com- 
mand, and every one who heard feared and glorified 
God. My brethren, let us admire the excellence of 
that friend, and let us not be sad when we offer alms 
and oblations unto God, for we [only] offer unto Him 
that which is His. And He Himself hath written that 
He is the debtor and the borrower, and hath promised 
a reward even for a cup of cold water, saying, "What- 
"soever ye do unto one of these little ones, ye do 
"unto Me;"* may He make us worthy to do His will. 
Amen. 

[Here follow] the counsels which belong in order 
to the old man who spake against the thoughts of 
fornication, saying, "Be like unto a man who passeth 
"through a street of taverns, &c.^] 

404. O man, for thy sake was Christ born, and 
the Son of God came that he might make thee to live; 
He became a babe. He became a child, and He became 
a man, being [at the same time] God in His Nature, 
and the Son of God. 

405. He Who was the Lawgiver became a reader, 
and He took the Book in the synagogue, and read. 



' St. Matthew x. 42; xxv. 40. 

' See No. 582. 



944 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 



saying, ''The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, and there- 
"fore He hath anointed Me, and hath sent Me to preach 
"the Gospel to the poor."^ 

406. Like a sub-deacon He made a whip of cord, 
and drove out from the temple all those who sold oxen, 
and rams, and doves, et cetera. 

407. Like a servant He girded a napkin about His 
loins, and washed the feet of His disciples, and He 
commanded them to wash the feet of their brethren. 

408. Like a priest He sat among the priests and 
taught the people. 

409. Like a Bishop He took bread, and blessed 
[it], and brake, and gave unto His disciples. He was 
beaten for thy sake, He was crucified for thy sake, 
and He died for thy sake; yet for His sake thou wilt 
not even bear disgrace! He rose as God, and He 
ascended as God. He wrought all things for us, fit- 
tingly and in order, that He might redeem us. Let 
us, then, be watchful, and zealous, and constant in prayer; 
let us do all things which are pleasing unto Him, and 
which gratify those who love Him, so that we may be 
redeemed and live. Was not Joseph sold into Egypt, 
and was he not in a strans^e land? And the three 
Holy Children in Babylon, peradventure they acquired 
knowledge with man and stood in front of them [of 
themselves].'* Nay, it was because they feared God that 
He helped them, and made them glorious. 

410. An old man, who had delivered himself unto 
God, used to say, "The monk hath no will of his own. 
"Now he who abideth in ministering unto the will 
"of God never wearieth, but if thou performest thine 
"own will thou becomest weary and exhausted, because 
"God doth not support thee." 

411. The old man also said, "When a soldier en- 
"tereth the battle he taketh care for himself only, and 
"so also is it with the huntsman; let us then be like 

* St. Luke IV. 18. 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 945 

"unto these, for riches, and kinsfolk, and wisdom are 
"dung without a correct rule of life and conduct 

412. The old man also said, "God dwelleth in the 
"man who worketh with God, for He said, *I will dwell 
"'in them, and I will walk in them, and they shall be 
"'to Me a people, and I will be unto them a God.'" 

413. The old man also said, "God saith unto thee 
"thus: If thou lovest Me, O monk, that which I wish 
"do, and do not what I desire not. The life of 
"a monk are these: — good works, obedience, train- 
"ing, not to blame his neighbour, not to calumniate 
"any man, and not to complain, for it is written, 'The 
"'mercy of the Lord hateth evil things.'" 

414. The same old man used to say, "The life and 
"conduct of a monk are these: — he must not act ini- 
"quitously, and he must not look upon evil things with 
"his eyes, and he must not hearken with his ears unto 
"things which are alien to the fear of God, and he 
"must not utter calumnies with his mouth, and he must 
"not seize things with his hands, but must give espe- 
"cially to those who are in need, he must neither be 
"exalted in his mind nor meditate with wicked thoughts, 
"and he must not fill his belly. All these things he 
"must perform with intelligence, for by them is a monk 
"known." 

415. A certain brother vexed an old"-man several 
times by saying unto him, "What shall I do in respect 
"of the wicked and filthy thoughts of all sorts and 
"kinds which go through me?" And the old man 
answered and said unto him, "Thou art like unto a 
"stagnant pool which is at one time filled with water, 
"and which at another, when water hath been drawn up 
"from it, runneth dry. Why canst thou not rather be like 
"unto the spring which never faileth? Patient persist- 
"ence is victory, and victory is constancy, and con- 
"stancy is life, and life is kingdom, and kingdom is God." 

416. Abba Epiphanius used to say, "Whatsoever 
"food thou wishest to eat with pleasure desire not to 



946 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 



"give to thy body, especially when thou art not sick, 
"and that food for which thou lustest thou shalt not 
"eat. When, however, thou art eating the things which 
"are sent unto thee by God, give thanks unto Him at 
"all times, and be grateful unto Him. We have received 
"pleasures and delights because of the name of monastic 
"life, but we perform not the works of monks, and it 
"shall be that thou art not a monk. What then? Wilt 
"thou not play the man that, peradventure, thou mayest 
"be clothed in the apparel which is alien unto thee? 
"Tell me, O brother, how can a man possess the seal 
"of service unless he possesseth humility? For the 
"humble man who seeth another sinning weepeth bit- 
"terly, saying, 'This man may perhaps sin to-day, 
"'but how many times shall I sin to-morrow?' But, if 
"any man sin before thee, no matter who he may be, 
"condemn him not, but consider thyself to be a greater 
"sinner than he is, even though he be both a child of 
"this world, and make people to sin against God." 

417. He also used to say, "Know thyself, and thou 
"shalt never fall. Give work unto thy soul, that is to 
"say, constant prayer, and the love which is in God, 
"before another can give it evil thoughts; and pray 
"ye that the spirit of error may be remote from you." 

418. He also used to say, "Whatsoever thou doest 
"successfully, and makest a boast of, that destroy, for 
"it is not right for a monk to boast about his good 
"deeds, and if he boasteth he will fall." 

419. "When thou prayest say with a hidden voice 
"unto God, 'Lord, how am I to acquire Thee? Thou, 
"'even Thou knowest that I am a beast, and that I 
" 'know nothing. Thou hast brought me to the highest 
" 'point of this life, O redeem me for Thy mercy's sake. 
" 'I am Thy servant and the son of Thine handmaiden. 
'"O Lord, by Thy wish make me to live." 

420. The old man is falsehood, and the new man 
is truth. Truth is the root of good works, and false- 
hood is death. If the liar, and the thief, and the 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 947 

calumniator, knew that they were to be exposed and 
made known to all at a subsequent period they would 
never commit their offences, and it is even thus with 
those who commit adultery. 

421. The sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas were 
priests of the Lord, but they feared not God, and they 
and all their house perished. 

422. He who layeth hold upon, and bindeth, and 
taketh to himself the remembrance of evil things, is 
like unto the man who burieth fire within chopped straw. 

423. If thou wouldst talk to a man concerning life, 
and if thou wouldst say a word unto him with suffer- 
ing, and with repentance, and with weeping, speak 
unto him that heareth and doeth ; and if thou dost not 
[do this] speak not at all, lest thou die, and depart 
without profit from the words wherewith thou didst 
wish to vivify others. For unto the sinner God saith, 
"What are the Books of My commandments unto thee, 
"for thou hast taken My covenant in thy mouth?" 

424. Abba Epiphanius said, "When the thought 
"cometh to fill thy bosom, that is to say, thy heart, 
"with vain glory or pride, say thou unto it, 'Old man, 
"'behold thy fornication.'" 

425. And he also said, "If we do evil things God 
"will be unmindful of His longsuffering; but if we do 
"good things, it will not help us greatly, for in order 
"to increase the profit of freedom, and that the mer- 
"chandize of the will may not be spoiled, a man must 
"rejoice in contending." 

426. On one occasion the brethren entreated Rabba 
Epiphanius, saying, "Speak to us, father, something 
"whereby we may live, even though thou speakest and 
"we keep not the seed of thy word because our ground 
"is a salted thing.'* And the old man answered and 
said unto them, "He who doth not receive all brethren, 
"and who maketh distinctions between them, he who 
"doth this, I say, cannot become perfect." 

427. If a man revile thee, bless him, and if he ac- 



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cept the blessing it shall be good for both of you; 
and if he doth not, he shall receive the reward of his 
reviling, and thou of the blessing. 

428. It is right for a monk to live even as Abba 
Arsenius lived. Take care each day to stand before 
God without sin, and draw nigh unto Him with tears 
as did the sinful woman; and pray thou unto the Lord 
God as if He were standing before thee, for He is 
near, and He looketh at thee carefully. 

429. He who wisheth to dwell in the desert must 
be a teacher by his own knowledge, and he must not 
be in need of being taught, lest, peradventure, he be 
harmed by devils, and lest he scrutinize his under- 
standing too closely, and lest, in some form or other, 
he become a laughing-stock to the beings who are 
above, and to those who are below. 

430. The correct rule of conduct for him that loveth 
God is to be without blame. 

431. A certain old man returned an answer against 
evil thoughts, and said unto the brethren, "Now I be- 
"seech you, O my brethren, that we cease from the ascetic 
"life and its labours, and that we also desist from the 
"anxieties of evil thoughts. For what are we? A sound 
"which Cometh from the fine dust, or a sound which 
"cometh from the dust of the ground. Joseph of Ramah 
"having asked to [be allowed to] take away the body 
"of Jesus removed it and swathed it with swathings 
"of fine linen, and then laid it in a new grave. Now 
"the pure heart is the new grave of the new man." 

432. The devils said unto one of the old men, 
wishing to lead him astray, "Dost thou wish to see 
"Christ.'*" And he said unto them, "My curse be upon 
"you, and on that which ye say, for I believe in Christ 
"Who said, 'If they say unto you. Behold, here is 
"'Christ, or, Behold, there is Christ, believe them not;'"* 
and immediately the devils disappeared. 

* St. Matthew xxiv. 23. 



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433- What is [the meaning of] the word which 
the Apostle spake, "To the pure all things are pure?"* 
The old man said unto him, "If a man cometh to this 
"word, and arriveth at this measure, he will see that 
"he himself hath more shortcomings than any other 
"creature, and that he is inferior to every being." The 
brother said unto him, "How is it possible for me to 
"consider myself more imperfect than a murderer and 
"inferior to him? Is it possible for me to consider the 
"murderer and the fornicator, whose actions are abo- 
"minable, better than myself?" And the old man 
answered and said unto him, "If a man attaineth unto 
"this word, and he seeth his neighbour committing a 
"murder, or doing something else which is not good, 
"he will think within himself, saying, 'This is [only] 
" 'one sin, and this man hath only committed this one 
" 'sin, but I am at all times a murderer through hatred 
"'and a wicked will/" 

434. A brother asked AbbA Job, the brother of 
Abba Poemen, concerning a word which the Apostle 
spake, saying,* "Esteem every man to be more ex- 
"cellent than thyself." And the old man answered and 
said, "If a man hath arrived at this measure, and he 
"seeth the offence of his brother, he will conceal it as 
"if it had never happened." 

435. An old man used to say, "I never take a 
"step without first learning where I am about to put 
"my foot, but I stand up, and look about me carefully, 
"and I am not careless, and I do not let [my foot go] 
"until God guideth me, and leadeth me on the path 
"to the place which pleaseth Him." 

436. An old man used to say, "God giveth a man 
"the opportunity to repent as long as he wisheth to 
"do, and in proportion as he wisheth, for it is written, 
"'Speak first thy sins, and thou shalt be justified.'" 

» Titus I. 15. 

* Philippians U. 3. 



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437. An old man used to say, ''Silence is filled 
"with all life, but in the speech which is abundant death 
"is hidden." 

438. And the old man also said, "Lying and sin 
"are wont to lie in ambush in the words which are 
"long and broad." 

439. An old man used to say, "Humility never 
"becometh angry, and never provoketh a man to 
"wrath." 

440. Abba Joseph said unto Abba L6t, "Thou art 
"unable to become a monk, but thou mayest become 
"wholly like a flame which burneth and blazeth 
"fiercely." 

441. An old man was asked, "What is humility?" 
And he said unto him that asked the question, "If 
"thy brother offend thee, and thou forgive him before 
"he can repent and entreat thee [that is humility]." 

442. An old man also said, "Keep thy conscience 
"with thy brother, and thou shalt find rest." 

443. Abba PaphnUtius used to say, "He who 
"esteemeth himself as nothing, whithersoever he goeth, 
"or wheresoever he dwelleth, he shall find rest." 

444. The same old man said, "During all the days 
"of the life of the old men I used to go and visit 
"them twice each month, and my cell was distant from 
"them twelve miles, and in respect of every thought 
"about which I asked them, they never said to me 
"anything except, 'Wheresoever thou goest esteem thy- 
" 'self as nothing, and thou shalt find rest.' " 

445. One of the old men used to say, "Love 
"knoweth not how to keep a storehouse [full] of 
"possessions." 

446. The same old man also said, "I do not know 
"the actual thing whereby, on two occasions, the ene- 
"mies led me into error, and into the committing of 
"sin, and into the transgression [of the Law]." 

447. Certain old men asked John the Less, saying, 
"When thou wast in Scete with the fathers, how didst 



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"thou see them conducting themselves?" And he said 
unto them, "By night and by day they were perform- 
"ing with all their might the work of God, that is to 
"say, [they were reciting] the service, and they prayed, 
"and read, and were anxious with divine solicitude, 
"and instead of being idle they worked with their 
"hands." 

448. On one occasion Abba Ammon came to the 
brethren, and they, whilst expressing regret [for troubl- 
ing him, asked him] to say some words of excellence 
to them; and the old man answered and said unto 
them, "It is right that we all should travel the path of 
"God with well ordered [minds]." 

449. Abba Anthony used to say, "When we rise 
"up in the morning each day let us think that we shall 
"not abide until the evening, and when we come to 
"lie down also let us think that we shall not abide 
"until the morning; for we know not the days of our 
"life, but they are known unto God. If we do this 
"each day we shall not sin, and we shall do nothing 
"wicked before God, and we shall not lust eagerly for 
"anything belonging to this world, and we shall not 
"be angry with anyone, but in everything we shall 
"be regarding our souls, even as men who await death." 

450. And he also said, "As fish die when they are 
"drawn out of the water, even so do monks, who have 
"forsaken the world, become sluggish, when they remain 
"with the children of this world or dwell with them; 
"it is then meet for us to hasten to the mountain even 
"as fish haste to the water." 

451. Now they used to say that Abba Anthony 
was wholly [illumined] by the appearance of the light 
of the spirit, and that he could see what was happen- 
ing from a distance; now on one occasion he saw the 
soul of the blessed Ammon being taken up into heaven 
by the hands of angels, although he was distant from 
him ten stages. 

452. One of the brethren asked him once about 



952 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

the thoughts, and the old man answered and said unto 
him, "Do not carry them into effect, but let them 
"settle down and down until they breed worms and 
"perish." 

453. Abba Poemen used to say, "If a man pass a 
"hundred years in the cell he will not understand his 
"departure from this world and become a monk, unless 
"he attribute sin to himself at all times, and make 
"himself to be remote, both in his mind and in his 
"actions, from those things which he knoweth will 
"separate him from God, and make supplication unto 
"God at all times through suffering and tears." 

454. A brother asked Abba Poemen, saying, "What 
"is the repentance of sins?" And he said unto him, 
"The repentance of sins consisteth in a man not com- 
"mitting the sin again from the moment wherein he 
"repenteth of it; and on account of this the righteous 
"were called 'spotless,' and because they had forsaken 
"[their] sins, and had cleansed themselves from them." 

455. And another brother also asked him, saying, 
"Shew me a word whereby I may live;" and the old 
man said unto him, "The first thing of all which the 
"fathers have given us [to do] is to mourn." 

456. Abba Poemen used to say, "The passions are 
"four heads;" and a brother said unto him, "What are 
"they?" The old man said unto him, "Worldly grief 
"which Cometh about many things, the love of money, 
"vain glory, and fornication; and it is meet that we 
"should be on the watch against these before all other 
"passions." 

457. He said also, "If a monk hateth two things 
"he is able to free himself from the world, and these 
"are," said he, "the gratifications of the body, and vain 
"glory." 

458. The same old man also said, "Wrath is a 
"natural thing in man, that is to say, but it must be 
"used to cut off evil passions. Hunger is natural in 
"a man, but it must be employed [in satisfying] the 



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953 



"want of the body, and not [to gratify] the feeh'ng of 
"eager lust [to eat], even as the blessed David said, 
"'With him whose eye is lofty and whose heart is 
" 'greedy I have not eaten.' * Sleep too is natural in 
"man, but [it must not be indulged] to satiety." 

459. A brother asked Abba Poemen, saying, "Tell 
"me, why it is that when I offer repentance to a 
"brother who is wroth with me I do not see him 
"pleased with me?" The old man said unto him, 
"Tell me truly: when thou offerest to him repentance 
"hast thou not the opinion that thou art not doing it 
"because thou hast sinned against him, but because of 
"the commandment?" And the brother said unto him, 
"It is even thus." The old man said unto him, "Be- 
"cause of this God doth not permit him to be pleased 
"with thee, and because thou dost not offer repentance 
"to him in fulfilment of thine own desire, but as if 
"thou hadst not sinned against him, but he had sinned 
"against thee." 

460. They used to say that when the disciples of 
Abba Agathon were building a cell he remained with 
them for a period of four months, and when they 
had finished it, on the first Sabbath on which they 
dwelt in it, the old man saw in it something which 
did not afford him profit, and he said unto his dis- 
ciples, "Arise, let us go away from here."_ And when 
they heard [this], they were gready troubled, and they 
answered and said unto him, "If thou hadst this thought 
"to depart, why have we done all this work and built 
"the cell? Moreover, men will be offended with us, 
"and will say, 'They have left this place because they 
"can abide nowhere.'" Now when the old man saw 
that their souls were grieved, he said unto them, "If 
"some men be offended at us there are others who 
"will be edified by us, and they will say, 'These blessed 
'"men departed for God's sake, and they considered 



* Psalm CI. 5; cxxxi. i. 



954 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

" 'nothing [else].' However, let him that wisheth to 
"come with me come, for I shall certainly depart." 
Then they threw themselves on the ground, and en- 
treated him to let them go with him. 

461. Abba Agathon also used to say, "The monk's 
"cloak is a sign of the absence of wickedness;" and 
he also said, "God asketh from those who begin the 
"service of the works of the fear of God nothing ex- 
"cept that they shall order their bodies by obedience to 
"the commandments against the passions of the lusts." 

462. Abba Agathon also said, "He who removeth 
"from before his eyes accusation, and disgrace [or, 
"insult], and loss [or, belittlement] is able to live." 

463. A brother said unto Abba Agathon, "Father, 
"I had the order to dwell in a certain place, and 1 
"have war there, and I want to depart; 1 would fulfil 
"the command, but I am afraid of the war." The old 
man said unto him, "If it were Agathon he would 
"keep the command, and overcome the war." 

464. The same old man also said, "If the inner 
"man be watchful he will be able to guard the outer 
"man also; but if he be not, let us guard the tongue 
"by every means in our power." 

465. The old man Benjamin was asked by a brother, 
"Of what consisteth the life of a monk?" And he 
answered and said, "A mouth of truth, a holy body, 
"and a pure heart." 

466. They used to say concerning a certain old 
man that, on account of the great humility which he 
possessed, God gave him the gift of becoming a seer 
of visions, and he could see beforehand when any one 
was coming to him, and it was revealed to him con- 
cerning it; now the old man was sorry and did not 
wish for this thing, and he made supplication unto God 
that it might be taken away from him. And he went 
to an old Rabba and entreated him, saying, "My 
"brother, labour for me, so that this gift may be 
"removed from me;" then each of them sat down in 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 955 

his cell and made entreaty unto God concerning this 
matter, and a voice was heard by that old man, say- 
ing, "Behold, I remove the gift from thee, but when- 
•'soever thou wishest it is thine." And he went 
straightway to the old Rabba and shewed him what 
had been said unto him, and when he heard [it] he 
gave thanks unto God. 

467. The fathers once asked Abba Sylvanus, saying, 
"What work of ascetic excellence hast thou performed 
"that thou didst receive the wisdom which thou dost 
"possess, and the gift with which is endowed thy face?" 
And the old man answered and said unto them with 
great humility, "[I received these things] because I 
"never left in my heart a thought which could provoke 
"God to wrath." And they used to say that the face 
of the old man Sylvanus shone so brightly, even as 
did the face of Moses, with the glorious splendour 
which he had received from God, that no man was 
able to look upon it with his eyes wide open. 

468. Zeno, the disciple of Abba Sylvanus, said on 
a certain occasion, "Dwell not in a place which is 
"famous, and abide not with a man who hath a great 
"name for ascetic excellence." 

469. One of the brethren asked an old Rabba, 
saying, "Abba, what shall I do? For whensoever I 
"see the face of a woman the war of -fornication is 
"stirred up against me." And the old man answered 
and said, "My son, guard thine eyes against looking 
"on a woman, and behold, henceforth thou wilt have 
"no fear." The brother said unto him, "Behold, how 
"very often doth a man meet women by chance, with- 
"out expecting to do so!" The old man said unto 
him, "As far as it is possible for thee to do so keep 
"thy watch carefully, both within and without; and as 
"concerning that which happeneth . by chance, and a 
"man meeting women without thinking about it, [in 
"that case] passion will have no power to bestir itself. 
"But take good heed to thyself that such a thing doth 



956 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"not happen unto thee of thine own will, for it is this 
"which the Holy Book condemneth, saying, 'Every 
"'man who looketh upon a woman to lust after her 
" 'hath already committed adultery with her in his heart.' 
"For if when thou art not thinking about them thou 
"meetest women, and the passion stirreth itself up 
"against thee, lift up thy mind immediately to God, 
"and He will help thee." Then wishing especially to 
strengthen that brother, he answered and said unto 
him, "Behold, my son, know thou that thou hast been 
"with me for two years, and that I have not as yet 
"seen what manner of face thou hast, whether it be 
"good, or whether it be bad, and it was this [fact] 
"which urged me to tell thee to guard thine eyes from 
"the sight of women." And afterwards he made a 
prayer over him, and sent him away to depart to the 
coenobium, for that brother used to dwell in the church. 

470. They used to say about one of the old men 
that when the church was dismissed, he fled straightway 
and departed to his cell, and [they said] that he had 
a devil, but the holy man was [only] fulfilling the work 
of God. 

471. An old man used to say, "Without prayer 
"thou shouldst do nothing, and afterwards^ thou wilt 
"not be sorry." 

472. A brother asked an old man, saying, "If I am 
"in a clean place, and the time for service hath arrived 
"am I to return.'*" The old man said unto him, "Who, 
"when he remembereth riches, will return to poverty?" 

473. The old man Theodotus used to say, "Con- 
"stant hunger maketh monks to be emaciated and 
"driveth them mad." 

474. Abba Daniel used to say, "Constant vigil 
"especially drieth up and maketh the body to diminish." 

475. Abba Ammon asked Abba Sisoes, saying, "When 
"I read in the Book my mind wisheth to arrange the 
"words so that there may be an answer to [my] question." 
The old man said unto him, "This is unnecessary, 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 957 



"for only purity of heart [is required]." From this it 
ariseth that a man should speak without overmuch 
care. 

476. Abba Theona used to say, "Because we have 
"put ourselves out of the sight of God we are led 
"captive by the passions of the body." 

477. Abba Poemen used to say, "Temptations are 
"a sure sign whereby a monk may be known." 

478. Abba Agathon once fell sick, and another of 
the old men with him, and as they both were lying 
in the cell a brother read the Book of Genesis to them; 
and when he came to the place where Jacob said unto 
his sons, "Joseph is not, and Simeon is not, and ye 
"would take Benjamin away that ye may bring down 
"my grey hairs with sorrow to Sheol," the old man 
answered and said, "Were not the ten other sons 
"sufficient for thee, O Jacob?" And Abba Agathon 
said, "Hold thy peace, old man, if God holdeth a man 
"to be innocent, who shall condemn him?" 

479. One of the fathers came to Abba Theodore 
of PiRM^, and said unto him, "O father, behold, brother 
"So-and-so hath gone back to the world." And the 
old man said unto him, "Dost thou marvel at this? 
"Wonder not at this, but be surprised when thou 
"hearest that a man hath been able to flee wholly from 
"the world." 

480. If a man thinketh filthy thoughts, doth he 
himself become defiled? Some of the old men said, 
"Yes, he is defiled," and others said, "He is not defiled, 
"for if he doth it is impossible for simple folk like 
"ourselves to live at all; but [the truth] is that a man 
"must not carry his filthy thoughts into deeds." 

481. A certain brother went to a strenuous and 
tried old man, and asked him about this matter, and 
the old man said unto him, "Every man is required 
"[to do] according to his ability." Then a brother 
entreated the old man, saying, "For our Lord's sake 
"explain these words to me." The old man said unto 



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him, "Behold, supposing that some very desirable thing 
"were placed here, and that two brethren came in, one 
"being of great stature and the other of little stature. 
"If now the mind of him that was of full strength were 
"to say, 'I wish to possess that thing,' and he did not 
"carry his soul's desire into effect, but straightway cut 
"it short, the man would not be defiled; if then the 
"man of lesser strength were to desire the thing, being 
"incited thereto by his thoughts, and he took it not, 
"he also would not be defiled. But, if he desiring it 
"were to take it, he would be defiled." 

482. The old men said, "If thou seest a young man 
"going up to heaven of his own will, lay hold upon 
"his leg, and sweep him away therefrom; for thus will 
"a man help him." 

483. The same old man used to say, "If thou criest 
"unto God in prayer with a pure heart thy prayer 
"shall not return unto thee fruitless." 

484. The same old man used to say, "As two words 
"cannot be uttered [at the same time] by one voice, 
"and be recognized and understood, so is it with the 
"mixed prayer which is uttered by a man before God." 

485. He also said, "If thou seest the wings of ravens 
"stretched out in flight, even so is the foolish prayer 
"of the mind which is lifted up." 

486. He also said, "If thou art earnest in asking 
"God for things, but wilt not pay back as far as thou 
"art able, thou must hear the words, 'Thou shalt ask 
" 'and shalt not receive, because thou didst accept a loan 
"'and didst not pay it back.'" 

487. He also said, "The words of the mouth of him 
"that prayeth purely before God are a fetter wherewith 
"he shall be able [to bind] the devils beneath his feet 
"like a sparrow; and, as prisoners tremble before him 
"that is their master, even so will they quake at the 
"words of his prayer." 

488. He also said, "As the rain when it falleth 
"upon the earth taketh the place of a key in the lock 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 959 



"thereof, and openeth [it] and brlngeth forth to sight 
"the growth of the seeds and roots which are in it, 
"so are the soul and the mind of him that receiveth 
"and tasteth the heavenly droppings, for by the words 
"of his lips shall be made known unto man his hidden 
"conduct before God, I mean to say, that when a man's 
"request and entreaty about everything are made within 
"the words of his pure prayer, he openeth the door of 
"the treasury of the Trinity, Who is the Lord of 
"treasures, and bringeth out therefrom the treasures 
"which are hidden for those who are worthy of them." 

489. Concerning AbbA Anthony they used to say: — 
There was a man with an unclean spirit which sought to 
cast him into the water, and the monks who were with 
Abba Anthony came and entreated him to pray over 
the man who was thus troubled, but he excused him- 
self [from doing so]. And when the demoniac had 
remained with him for a long time, he smote the blessed 
man on his cheek, whereupon the old man made ready 
the other cheek; and having done this that evil spirit 
took to flight. 

490. A brother asked Abba MATdAis, saying, "What 
"shall I do.'* for my tongue vexeth me. Whensoever 
"I sit among the brethren I am unable to restrain my- 
"self, but I condemn them in every good work and 
"treat them with contempt. What shall 1 do then?" 
The old man answered and said unto him, "If thou art 
"not able to restrain thyself, get thee away, and stay 
"by thyself, for this is a disease. Now he who sitteth 
"among the brethren must not possess four corners, 
"but he must be altogether round, so that he may move 
"smoothly in respect of every man." And the old man 
said unto him also, "I myself do not dwell alone as 
"an example of spiritual excellence, but as an emblem 
"of feebleness, for mighty men are those who are among 
*'the brethren." 

491. When the brethren were talking to an old 
man about the thoughts they said unto him. "Our 



960 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"hearts are hard, and we do not fear God; what are 
"we to do so that we may come to fear God?" The 
old man said unto them, "I think that if a man will 
"lay hold in his heart upon that which rebuketh him, 
"it will bring to him the fear of God." And they said 
unto him, "What is the rebuke?" The old man said 
unto him, "In every act a man should rebuke his soul, 
"and say unto it, 'Remember that thou hast to go 
"'forth to meet God.' And let him say also, 'What 
"'do I seek with man?' I think that if a man remain 
"in these things the fear of God will come to him." 

492. Abba Timothy said unto a certain brother, 
"How art thou?" The brother said unto -him, "I destroy 
"my days, O father." And the old man said unto him, 
"My son, my days also are destroyed, and I give 
"thanks." 

493. An old man used to say, "The Shunammite 
"woman received Elisha because she had no human 
"promise with man; and they spoke of the Shunammite 
"woman [as] a person of the soul, and of Elijah [as] 
"a person of the Spirit of God; when the soul maketh 
"itself remote from commotion and trouble, the Spirit 
"of God abideth on it, and then it is able to bring 
"forth, though hitherto it hath been barren." 

494. Abba Ammon used to say, "I said unto Abba 
"PoEMEN, 'If I go to my neighbour's cell, or he cometh 
*"to mine concerning any matter whatsoever, are we 
" 'two to be ashamed to speak, lest some alien subject 
'"of discourse appear between us?' The old man said 
"unto him, 'Thou wilt do well, for youth hath need of 
"'care and watchfulness.' And I said unto him, 'What 
"'do the old men do?' And he said unto me, 'The 
" 'old men have been skilled and have had experience, 
'"and they have arrived at the measure for speech, 
"'for in them there is nothing alien which they can 
"'speak with the mouth.' And I said unto him, 'And 
"'supposing that I have the necessity to talk with a 
" 'neighbour, wouldst thou that I should speak with the 



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"'words of the Scriptures, or with the words of the 
•"old men?' And he said unto me, 'If thou art not 
" 'able to hold thy peace it is better for thee to use 
'"the speech of the old men rather than that of the 
" 'Scriptures, for there is danger in a man employing 
" 'the speech of the Scriptures." 

495. Abba Daniel used to say that a man of busi- 
ness once came to Abba Arsenius, and brought him 
the testament of a certain kinsman who had left him 
a very large inheritance, and having received the deed 
he wished to tear it to pieces. Then the man of busi- 
ness fell down at his feet, and said, "I beseech thee, 
"do not tear it up, for if thou dost I shall die." And 
Abba Arsenius said unto him, "I died before he did, 
"though he hath only now died, but shall I live.'*" And 
he sent the man of affairs away without having taken 
anything. 

496. A monk went to a nunnery to visit his sister, 
for she was sick; now she was a woman who was 
great with God, and a firm believer, and she never 
allowed herself to see the face of a man, not even that 
of her brother, lest through her he might go in among 
the women. And she sent him a message, saying, 
"Go, my brother, and pray for me, that Christ, by His 
"grace, may make me worthy to see thee in that world 
"of the kingdom of heaven." ">' 

497. A brother asked an old man, and said unto 
him, "What is the best thing for me to do, so that I 
"may do it and live thereby.'*" And the old man said 
unto him, 'God [alone] knoweth which is best; but 
"listen. One of the old men said that the mind which 
"rebuked a man was his [best] adversary, for it resisted 
"a man who sought to carry out his desires in the 
"flesh, and to rebel against God, and not to be obedient 
"unto Him, and it would also deliver a man over to 
"his enemies." 

498. An old man also said, "It is meet that the 
"soul should be occupied in the service [of God] by 

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"day and by night, even like Huldah, the prophetess, 
"who used to sit in the house of the Lord with sup- 
"pHcation and ministration; and also like Hannah, who 
"never ceased in her ministrations during a period of 
"eighty years." 

499. A brother asked an old man, saying, "What 
"shall I do, father? For my belly vexeth me, and I 
"am unable to restrain it, and therefore I am leading 
"a life of luxury." The old man said unto him, "If 
"thou dost not throw on it the fear of fasting thou 
"wilt never be able to straighten the path. Place be- 
"fore it the following parable. A certain man had an 
"ass, and as he was sitting upon it and journeying 
"along, the animal would not go straight, but went 
"first to this side of the road and then to that; and 
"he took a stick and smote it. And the ass said, 
"'Beat me not, and henceforward I will go straight.' 
"Now when he had gone a little further on, the man 
"alighted from the ass, and placed the stick in [his] 
"cloakbag which was on it, but the ass knew not that 
"the stick was on his back. And when the ass saw 
"that its master was not carrying the stick, he began 
"to hold him in contempt, and he walked among 
"the crops; thereupon his master ran after him, and 
"took the stick, and beat him with it until he went 
"straight. Now the belly of the body is even like unto 
"the ass." 

500. A brother said to Theodore of ParmI:, "Speak 
"a word to me, for behold, I am about to perish." 
And with great labour the old man said unto him, "I 
"stand in danger myself, and what have I to say to thee.''" 

501. Abba K:feRi6N used to say, "I have performed 
"more bodily labours than my son Zechariah, but I 
"have not reached his measure of humility and silence." 

502. Abba Macarius used to say, "Guard thyself 
"against freedom of word and deed, for it is meet for 
"a monk not to permit his thought to be his judge in 
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503. Mother Sarah used to say to her brethren, 
"It is I who am a man, and ye who are women." 

504. A brother asked Abua Poemen, "How can it 
"be right for me to take good heed to my ways when 
"I am sitting in my cell?" The old man said unto 
him, "For a season I was a man who had fallen into 
"the mire up to my shoulders, and a basket full of 
"gall hung from my neck, and I was crying out to God, 
"'Have mercy upon me.'" 

505. They used to say of the men who were in 
the Cells "that their rules were so strict that during 
"the night they slept four hours, and assembled for ser- 
"vice four hours, and worked for four hours; that during 
"the day they worked with their hands until the ninth 
"hour, and that after that they prepared the small 
"quantity of food which they ate, and if any man had 
"anything to do in his cell he then did it. In this way 
"they filled up their day." 

506. A brother asked Abba Sisoes, saying, "Why 
"do not the passions depart from me?" The old man 
said unto him, "Because their possessions are in thee; 
"give them their pledge [or, security], and they will 
"depart." 

507. On one occasion the fathers were summoned 
by the Archbishop Theophilus, and they went to Alex- 
andria to him so that he might make ar prayer and 
cleanse a house of idols ; and as they were eating with 
him, flesh of a calf was set before them, and they ate 
it in simplicity, doubting nothing. And the Archbishop 
took a piece of meat and gave it to an old man who 
was near him, saying, "Behold, this piece of meat is 
"very good, father;" and they all answered and said unto 
him, "Behold, up to the present we have been eating 
"herbs, but if it be flesh, we do not eat flesh." And 
not one of them ate anything more. 

508. They used to tell a story of a brother who 
was the neighbour of an old Rabba, and say that he 
would go into the cell of the old man, and steal what- 

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soever he found there, and though the old man saw 
him he never rebuked him, but worked with his hands 
and wearied himself the more, saying, "Perhaps that 
"brother is in need;" and the old man suffered much 
tribulation at the thought, and ate his food in sadness. 
And when the old man was about to die, the brethren 
sat round about him, and when he saw in their midst 
the brother who used to steal from him, he said unto 
him, "My son, come near to me;" and when he had 
drawn nigh to him, he kissed his hands, saying, "My 
"brother, I am grateful to these hands, for through 
"them I shall enter the kingdom of heaven." Now when 
that brother heard these things he was sorry, and 
he also repented, and he became a well tried monk 
through the things which he had seen in that old man. 

509. On one occasion when Abba Agathon was 
travelling, and some young men were with him, one 
of them found a small bag on the road, and he said 
to him, "Father, dost thou wish me to take this little 
"bag?" And the old man looked at him in wonder, 
saying, "My son, didst thou place it there .'^" And the 
young man said, "No." Then the old man said unto 
him, "If thou didst not place it there, how canst thou 
"desire to take it?" 

510. Abba Joseph, the priest of Ascalon, told us 
the following story, saying: — There was a certain mer- 
chant in Ascalon who borrowed from other people 
much money, and he hired a ship for himself and put 
out to sea; and a fierce storm rose up against him, 
and he lost everything which he had with him; but 
he himself was saved. And when he returned to the 
city those to whom he owed money seized him, and 
they took everything which he had in his house, and 
sold it, and shut him up in prison; but they left him 
his wife as an act of charity, so that she might beg 
for him and feed him. And the woman went about 
from door to door, and she herself begged for bread 
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and eating bread with her husband, one of the chief 
men of the city went in to give ahns to the prisoners 
who were there, and he saw the woman and lusted 
for her, for she was beautiful. And he sent his servant 
to call her, and she came thinking that he wished to 
give her alms; but he took her aside, and said to her, 
"Why hast thou come here.'*" And she related unto 
him the whole matter. Then he said unto her, "If I 
"pay one third of thy husband's debt wilt thou lie with 
"me this night?" And that chaste, free woman said 
unto him, "I have heard that the holy Apostle said, 
" 'A woman hath no power over her body, but her 
" 'husband.' I will first ask my husband, and whatso- 
"ever he commandeth me that will I do." And having 
come she told her husband, and he was grieved; and 
he wept, and said unto her, "Go and say unto him, 
" 'I have told my husband, and it hath not pleased 
"'him; and I have hope in God that He will not for- 
" 'sake us.'" Now there was in the prison-house a 
certain thief who had been a highway robber, and he 
was shut up [in a room] inside beyond them, and at 
that moment he happened to be sitting at a window 
which faced them, and he heard everything which they 
were saying; and with tears he said unto himself, 
"Woe is me! For although these people are in such 
"great trouble, they are not willing to . "deliver over 
"their freedom, and accept money, and go forth from 
"this place, but they hold their chastity to be more 
"valuable than riches. What then shall I, the wretched 
"one, do.'* For the thought that there is a God hath 
"never entered my mind, and I never remember hat 
"my evil deeds will be judged, and I have committed 
"many wickednesses, and many awful murders. And 
"I know that when the judge cometh here he will kill 
"me, without asking a question, as is just." And he 
answered and said unto the woman and her husband, 
"Because I have seen that ye preserve the purity of 
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966 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

'to remain in great tribulation and not to destroy your 
"chastity, God hath put it into my heart to do unto 
"you an act of grace which ye deserve, and perhaps 
"God will shew me mercy through you on the day of 
"judgment. Go ye to the northern side of the city 
"wall, and dig there in a certain place, and behold, ye 
"shall find there a large earthen pot, beneath which 
"is a vessel full of gold. Take it, and pay your debt, 
"and may a great blessing abide with you so that ye 
"may live upon it; but I beseech you to pray for me 
"continually, that I may find mercy before God in the 
"day of judgment." 

And after three days the judge came to the city, 
and he ordered them to cut off the head of that thief 
without [asking any] questions, and after he had been 
slain, that noble woman said unto her husband, "Wilt 
"thou command me to go and see if that which the 
"thief said is true?" and he said unto her, "Go." And 
she went at the time of evening, and by the indica- 
tions which the thief had given her, she found the 
place, and having dug a little, she found the money, 
even as he had told her, and she took it and went 
to her house, giving thanks unto God. And she brought 
it out little by little, and she gave it to the creditors, 
who thought that she brought it to them as the result 
of her begging, a little from here, and a little from 
there; then when she had paid her husband's debt, he 
came forth from prison, thanking and glorifying God. 

Then Abba Joseph said unto us, "Behold these men, 
"O my brethren! Because they chose to live in afflic- 
"tion, and refused to despise the command of God, God 
"multiplied His grace unto them without delay. For 
"even if the woman had hearkened unto that lascivious 
"man he might not, perhaps, have given her what he 
"promised her; but, because they preserved their chastity 
"which is pleasing to God, God rewarded her with the 
"whole amount of their debts, and brought them to a 
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"joyed] at first. And, my beloved, I think thus con- 
"cerning Adam when he was in Paradise. Had he 
"kept that little command, honour greater than that 
"which he had at first would have come to him; but when 
"he transgressed the command of his Lord, he fell 
"from and was driven out of the delight and pleasure 
"wherein he lived. May our Lord make us worthy to 
"keep his commandments! Amen." 

511. On one occasion when Abba John and the 
brethren who were with him were going up from Scete, 
he who was guiding them lost the way, and the brethren 
said unto Abba John, "What shall we do, father? For 
"this brother hath lost the way, and peradventure we 
"shall die in wandering about." Abba John said unto 
them, "If ye tell him, he will be grieved and feel 
"ashamed. But behold, I will feign to be sick, and 
"will say that I am not able to go on any further;" 
and the brethren said, "Father, thou hast well said." 
And they acted thus, and decided that they would stay 
where they were until the morning, rather than rebuke 
the brother who was guiding them. 

512. Abba S£ren6s [Serenus] used to say. "I have 
"passed the whole period of my life in cutting and 
"twisting and sewing palm leaves, and in spite of it 
"all, had not the hand of the Lord fed me I should 
"not have had enough to eat." -^ 

Demonstrations which are suitable to the lazy men 

and sluggards, and to all those who take no care 

for their soul. 

513. Those who are in despair, and who have 
delivered themselves over to the filthy work of their 
abominable lusts, and who make loose their ways at 
all times, and who love the lusts which harm them, 
are like unto the sterile land, and the arid desert, and 
a house laid waste, and a vineyard without grapes, 
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968 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

soul, and eyes without light, and a dead body without 
a voice, and hands which are cut off, and knees which 
are bowed, and a paralytic lying on a bed, and a 
vessel filled with stinkingness/ 

514. Against those who love vain glory, and 

THOSE WHO BOAST OF THEIR ALMS. Those who love 

vain glory, and those who boast of their fair works 
and life, are like unto a broken cistern, and a bag 
with a hole in it, and a tree without fruit, and a naked 
man, and a moth-eaten garment, and a worm-eaten 
beam of wood, and unto other things which are con- 
sumed by their [false] glory. 

515. Against him that is not careful [or, watch- 
ful] in respect of his tongue. He who is not watchful 
in respect of his tongue is like unto him whose house 
door is open, and whose riches are plundered by every 
man, and he is like unto an uncovered vessel [or, 
unrolled garment], and like that which is unsealed. 

516. Against those over whom evil thoughts 
have dominion, and in whose mind wicked cogita- 
TIONS RISE UP. Those who through their sluggishness 
give a hand to the thoughts which make a mock of 
them, and by their negligence help filthy devils to have 
dominion over them, are like unto an abode which is 
full of snakes, and a house which is full of evil-smelling 
things, and a ship which is tossed by the waves, and 
a poor piece of land which is full of briars and brambles, 
and unto the thorns that choke it, the end of which 
is burning. 

517. Against him who doth not suppress in 
himself wrath and anger, and who keepeth his 
HATRED AGAINST HIS BROTHER. He who doth uot Sup- 
press in himself wrath and anger, and who keepeth 
his hatred against his neighbour, is like unto a savage 
animal which cannot be tamed, and which goeth along 
every road, and wandereth about in an erring manner, 

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and unto the man who burieth fire in chopped straw, 
and like the man who putteth in his bosom the spawn 
of serpents,- and like a den which is full of enraged 
serpents, and like a cleft in the rock which is full of 
reptiles which emit' venom, and a mad dog [Page 727] 
that barketh at every man, and a wild boar that 
gnasheth his teeth as soon as he seeth a man, and 
like the evening wolf which goeth about with his mouth 
wide open to destroy the simple lambs, and the panther 
that leapeth upon the gazelle in the desert, and the 
ship which saileth on the sea with an evil spirit for 
her steersman, and the savage beast, which cannot be 
subdued, and which walketh on every road and wandereth 
about in error without discernment. These [words] are 
[directed] to those who are not humble, so that they 
may correct themselves and their savage habits, and 
to those who are lifted up against their brethren in 
their pride, and who do not wish to travel in the path 
of the humility of Christ. 

518. Against the change of the evil will of 

THOSE men who DENY THE GRACE WHICH IS PERFORMED 

TOWARDS THEM. One of the teachers said, "If thou hast 
"made thyself humble, they despise thee without dis- 
"cernment. If thou hast made thyself angry, they hate 
"thee without understanding. If thou hast made thy- 
"self pleasant, they swallow thee, and thou-disappearest. 
"If thou hast made thyself bitter [or, cruel], they reject 
"thee, and thou art reviled. And if thou hast mingled 
"with folk they hold thee to be a liar, fair- [spoken], 
"and wandering. If they have fallen ill, they command 
"thee, and if they are despised, they judge thee; if 
"they be visited, they abuse thee; and if thou art 
"whole, they leave thee; and if they are reclining, they 
"drive thee away; and if aught be required from them, 
"they curse thee, and if mercy be shown unto them, 
"they oppress thee. Neither grace [or, goodness], nor 



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970 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"justice will ever please those who belong to every evil 
"of every kind." 



CHAPTER XVI. 

Questions by the pupils and the answers [to the 
same] by the holy fathers and monks. 

5i8\ Brother. How is love [or, chanty] acquired 
by men of understanding? 

Old Man. True and pure love is the way of life, 
and the haven of promises, [Page 728], and the treasure 
of faith, and the interpreter of the kingdom, and the 
herald of that which is hidden. 

519. B. I do not know the power of the word. 
O. M. If a man loveth not God he cannot believe 

in Him, and His promises are not true [to him], and 
he feareth not His judgment, and he followeth Him 
not. Now because love is not in him [he cannot] be free 
from iniquity, and await the life which is promised, 
but he performeth at all times the plans of sin; and 
this [happeneth] because the judgment of God is [too] 
exalted in his sight. Therefore let us run after love, 
wherewith the holy fathers have enriched themselves, 
for it is able to pay back [what is due] to its nature 
and its God. This then is praise. 

520. B. How doth wisdom dwell in man? 

O. M. Now when a man hath gone forth to follow 
after God with a lowly mind, grace bestoweth itself 
upon him, and his conduct becometh strengthened in 
the spirit, and when he hateth the world he becometh 
sensible of the new conduct of the new man, which 
is more exalted than the impurity of the human abode; 
and he meditateth in his mind the humility of the rule 
of the life which is to come, and he becometh a 
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521. B. How is love made known? 

(J. M. By the fulfilment of works, and by spiritual 
care, and by the knowledge of faith. 

522. B. What are the works? 

O. M. The keeping of the commandments of the 
Lord with the purity of the inner man, together with 
the labour of the outer man. 

523. B. Is he who is destitute of work also desti- 
tute of love? 

O. M. It is impossible that he who is of God should 
not love, and it is impossible for him that loveth not 
to work, and it is impossible to believe that he who 
teacheth but worketh not is a true believer, for his 
tongue is the enemy of his action, and though he 
speaketh life he is in subjection unto death. 

524. B. And is he who is in this state free from 
retribution? 

O. M. Such a man who speaketh the things of the 
spirit, and performeth the things of the body, and 
supplieth his own wants, is not deprived of reward, 
but he is deprived of the crown [Page 729] of light, 
because the guidance of the spirit refuseth to rule him. 

525. What are fasting and prayer? 

O. M. Fasting is the subjugation of the body, prayer 
is converse with God, vigil is a war against Satan, 
abstinence is the being weaned from meats, humility 
is the state of the first man, kneeling is the inclining 
of the body before the Judge, tears are the remem- 
brance of sins, nakedness is our captivity which is 
caused by the transgression of the command, and ser- 
vice is constant supplication to and praise of God. 

526. B. Are these able to redeem the soul? 

O. M. When internal things agree with external, 
and manifest humility appeareth in the hidden works 
which are from within, verily, a man shall be redeemed 
from the weight of the body. 

527. B. And what is internal humility? 

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restfulness, tranquillity, subjection, faith, remoteness from 
envy, and a soul which is free from the heat of anger, 
and is far from the grade of arrogance, and is redeemed 
from the love of vain glory, and is full of patient en- 
durance like the great deep, and whose motion is drawn 
after the knowledge of the spirit, and before whose 
eyes are depicted the fall of the body, and the 
greatness of the marvel of the Resurrection, and the 
demand for judgment which shall come after the re- 
vivification, and its standing before the awful throne 
of God. [If the soul hath these things] redemption 
shall be unto it. 

528. B. Is there any man who fasteth that shall 
not be redeemed? 

O. M. There is one [kind of] fasting which is from 
habit, and another from desire, and another from com- 
pulsion, and another from sight, and another from the 
love of vain glory, and another from affliction, and 
another from repentance, and another from spiritual 
affection; for although each of these seems to be the 
same as the other in the mind externally, yet in the 
word of knowledge they are distinct. Now the way 
in which each is performed by the body is the same, 
and the way in which each is to be undertaken is 
wholly the same by him that travelleth straightly on 
the path of love, and who beareth his burden with 
patient endurance spiritually, [Page 730] and who doth 
not rejoice in his honour. 

529. B. Who is the true [monk]? 

O. M. He who maketh his word manifest in deeds, 
and beareth his passion with patient endurance; with 
such a man life is found, and the knowledge of the 
spirit dwelleth in him. 

530. B. Who is the pure habitation? 

O. M. He who is destitute of the good things of 
the body, and who rejoiceth in the love of his neigh- 
bours in the love of God; for spiritual relaxation is 
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531. B. With what is a man able to overcome lust? 
O. M. With spiritual remembrance. If the desire 

for the delights which are to come doth not obliterate 
that of the things which are here, a man cannot con- 
quer; for if the ship of the merchant did not arrive 
over and over again by means of hope, he could not 
endure the storms, and he would go on his way of 
tribulation. 

532. B. How doth a man go forth from the world? 
O. M. By forsaking entirely the gratification of 

desire, and by running to the utmost of his power in 
the fulfilment of the commandments; for he who doth 
not act in this way falleth. 

533. B. Behold, through what have the men of old 
triumphed ? 

O. M. Through the fervour of their supernatural 
love, and through the death of the corruptible man, 
and through the contempt for pride, and through the 
abatement of the belly, and through the fear of the 
judgment, and through the promise of certainty; through 
the desire for these glorious things the fathers have 
acquired in the soul the spiritual body. 

534. B. How can I conquer the passions which 
trouble me when they are fixed in me by nature? 

O. M. By thy death to this world ; for if thou dost 
not bury thy soul in the grave of persistent endurance 
the spiritual Adam can never be quickened in thee. 
When a dying man hath departed from this temporary 
life he hath no consciousness of this world, and all his 
perceptions are at rest and are abated. Now, if thou 
forsakest that which is of nature' naturally, and thou 
dost not perform it voluntarily in thy person, thou art 
dead; but if thy desire dieth in repentance, the whole 
of [thy] nature ceaseth from this temporary life by the 
death of the spirit just as do [Page 731] the motions 
of the body at the natural end of time. 



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q74 questions and answers 

535. B. To what extent is a man held capable of 
revelation? 

O. M. To the same extent as a man is capable of 
stripping off sin, both internally and externally. For 
when a man dieth by spiritual sacrifice, [he dieth] to 
all the words and deeds of this habitation of time, 
and when he hath committed his life to the life which 
is after the revivification, Divine grace bestoweth itself 
upon him, and he becometh capable of divine reve- 
lations. For the impurity of the world is a dark 
covering before the face of the soul, and it preventeth 
it from discerning spiritual wisdom. 

536. B. Is he who loveth money able to believe 
the promises.'* 

O. M. No. If he believeth, wherefore doth he 
possess [riches].'* Perhaps our hope is [set] upon gold, 
or perhaps the hand of the Lord is too small to redeem 
[us]? The body of our Lord is given unto us for [our] 
happiness, and His blood is the drink of our redemption, 
and He withholdeth from us the loaves of bread and 
the apparel which groweth old. He who loveth money 
is divided in his mind concerning God, and he pre- 
pareth for himself pleasures before God giveth them 
unto him; and though he rejoiceth in the promises in 
[his] word, he maketh them to be a lie by his deed. 
True indeed is the word of our Lord which He spake, 
"It is as difficult for the rich man to enter the kingdom 
"of heaven as it is for a camel to go through the hole 
"of the needle;" it is impossible to possess in one 
dwelling both God and mammon. Monks should, 
then, not belong unto the things which are seen. 

537. B. Who is indeed the man of excellence? 
O. M. He who crieth out always that he is a 

sinner, and asketh mercy from on high, whose word 
is laden with the feeling of discernment, and his 
senses with the watchfulness of deeds, and who, being 
silent, yet speaketh, and who, though speaking, holdeth 



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his peace, and whose actions are wholly good fruits 
for the life of time, and the revelation of Christ. 

538. B. What is the way of life? 

O. M. The going forth of a man from this world 
on his entrance into another. But if a man forsaketh 
his childhood of humility and cometh [Page 732] to the 
old age of this world in his love, he revealeth the way 
of life. To go forth truly from this world is to be remote 
from it. 

539. B. And what shall I do in respect of the world 
which troubleth me? 

O. M. This world troubleth thee because its care 
is in thy mind, and the love of it is in thy body, and 
its pleasures are in thy heart; forsake the world and it 
will depart from thee, and root up from thyself all its 
branches, and behold, the war thereof will die down 
in thee. For as long as thy body seeketh its gratifi- 
cations, and its lust is of this world, thou art not cap- 
able of life. 

540. B. What is pure prayer? 

O. M. Pure prayer is little in speech and great in 
deeds, for if it were not so work would be more ex- 
cellent than supplication. . . . For if it be not so why 
do we ask and yet not receive, seeing that the mercy 
of God aboundeth? The method of penitents is, how- 
ever, something different, as is also the labour of the 
humble, for the penitents are hirelings, and the humble 
are sons. 

541. B. From what is the love of money produced? 
O. M. From desire, for unless a man desireth he 

doth not possess. When a man desireth he possesseth, 
and when he possesseth he hath fulfilled his desire; 
and when he hath fulfilled his desire, he becometh 
greedy; and when he hath become greedy he com- 
mitteth fraud, and when he hath committed fraud his 
possessions have become many. When his possessions 
are many his love diminisheth, and when his love hath 
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his heart. And when the remembrance of God hath 
been removed from his heart, the mind becometh 
darkened, and his understanding is blinded; and when 
his understanding hath become blinded the power of 
discernment is darkened, and when the power of dis- 
cernment hath become dark, the soul loseth its sight. 
And when the soul hath lost its sight good is rooted 
out therefrom, and wickedness entereth in, and sin 
taketh up its rule; and when sin hath taken up its 
rule the thought of God is blotted out, and the pas- 
sions of the body are stirred up, and they seek to 
satisfy their needs. And having taken that which they 
sought for, it is necessary for much money to be col- 
lected, and when money is multiplied, the gratification 
of the body is fulfilled, and it eateth, and drinketh, and 
committeth adultery and fornication, [Page 733] and it 
lieth and worketh fraud and oppression, and it trans- 
gresseth the covenant, and destroyeth the Law, and 
treateth the promises with contempt, and the lust for 
the things which are seen is fulfilled. Let money be 
an abominable thing in our sight, and let us not love 
it; but if we perform the lust of the flesh it is an 
absolute necessity to love money; for money belongeth 
to the flesh and not to the spirit, even as saith the 
Apostle, "The flesh hurteth the spirit, and the spirit 
"the flesh, and both are opponents, each of the other."' 

542. B. What is the kind of prayer which is not 
acceptable before God.^* 

O. M. The destruction of enemies, and asking 
for evil things [to come upon] those who do harm 
to us, and the health of the body, and a multitude of 
possessions, and abundance of offspring — prayers for 
these things are not acceptable before God. But if 
God beareth with us whilst we are sinners and commit 
offences against Him, how much more is it right that 
we should bear with each other.-* It is not right for 

* Galatians V. 17. 



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US to ask for the things which belong to the body, 
for the wisdom of God provideth all things. 

543. B. What is purity of soul? 

O. M. Remoteness from anger and from the error 
of the remembrance of evil things, and being weaned 
from the bitter nature, and reconciliation with our 
enemies, and peace which is beyond troubling, and 
simplicity of love which is above this world; with these 
things is the inner man cleansed, and he putteth on 
Christ and is redeemed. 

544. B. What is envy.-^ 

O. M. Hatred towards the virtues of other folk, 
and wickedness towards the good, and a bitter mind 
towards the innocent, and anger against those who are 
prosperous in the world, and the cloaking of the upright 
conduct of those who repent, and vexation with the 
peace of the lovers of God. 

545. B. How ought we to pray before God? 

O. M. For the return of sinners, and the find- 
ing of the lost, and the bringing near of those who 
are afar off, and friendliness towards those who wrong 
us, and love towards those who persecute us, and a 
sorrowful care for those who provoke to wrath; if a 
man doeth these things verily there is repentance in 
his mind, and sinners will often live, and their soul[s] 
be redeemed in life. [Page 734] For the prayer which 
our Lord delivered unto us for the need of the body 
is a word which covereth the whole community, and 
was not uttered solely for those who are strangers to 
the world, and who hold in contempt the pleasures of 
the body. For he in whose dwelling the kingdom of 
God and the righteousness thereof are found lacketh 
nothing, even when he asketh [not]. 

546. B. What is remoteness from the world? 

O. M. The thought [or, mind] which overcometh 
the love of the body; for if the body be not trampled 
upon by the feeling of patient endurance a man can- 
not conquer in his strife. 

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97^ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

547. B. Is the soul of a man, which is held fast 
in the lust of the things which are seen, fair in the 
sight of God? 

O. M. Who is able to live chastely when the body 
is making demands upon him? Or, in what soul is 
found the love of our Lord which bestoweth itself 
upon the things which are seen and which are cor- 
ruptible? A servant cannot serve two masters, and 
the soul cannot please God with spiritual excellence 
so long as the memories of the things which are cor- 
ruptible are in its mind, for the mind of the flesh 
cannot please our Lord; and except the world die in 
the heart humility cannot dwell therein, and except the 
body be deprived 0/ its lusts, the soul cannot be cleansed 
from thoughts. 

548. B. Why is the mind disturbed at meeting 



women 



O. M. Because they make use of the lust of nature. 
For, when the sight hath fallen upon the construction 
for the production of children and the gratification of 
the body, that old poison layeth hold upon it, and the 
law of the desire is confounded; now desire conquereth 
nature, not by the stirring up of the passions, but by 
the will, [and] by the fulfilling of works of humility, 
which, by the might of our Lord, conquer everything 
by their love, and by the patient endurance of the 
merit of Christ. 

549. B, Who is the mighty man, he who is re- 
mote from the world, or he who dwelleth therein? 

O. M, The mighty man conquereth in every place, 
whether he be in the world or without. Nevertheless, 
the fathers departed to the wilderness, the place which 
is preserved from [Page 735] the uproar of those who 
are afraid that as long as they dwell in the body the 
passions which give trouble will cleave to them. Now, 
for those who have ended the great strife of their 
conflict in the world Divine grace hath worked with 
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and benefit of the community, and truly great is the 
crown of those whose spiritual ship hath not sunk to 
the bottom of the tossed and troubled sea of this world, 
and hath not ceased its course heavenwards by the 
straight road which is full of fear. 

550. B. Is it helpful to the soul to make oneself 
a stranger? 

O. M. With perfect thanksgiving it doth help, 
provided that the soul beareth chastely afflictions, and 
rejoiceth in our Lord Who giveth pleasure; but if it 
doth not, its good seed is made of no effect because 
it doth not give fruit beloved of God, and if it en- 
dureth and uttereth blessing it hath a reward, but if 
it lack these things it becometh a mere wandering of 
the mind, and a sight which is without profit. The 
best thing of all is the quietness of the mind which is 
akin to God. 

551. B. Since all the creatures of God are holy, 
why do the fathers make the sign of the blessed Cross 
over the things which they eat? 

O. M. It is true that all the creatures of God were 
pure [when they came from] Him that created them, 
but because sin gained dominion everything became 
polluted; but the advent of our Lord came, and sin 
was abrogated and righteousness had . its rule, and 
everything was made holy, whether it was in the 
heavens or on the earth. But because the blessed 
fathers knew the wiles of Satan, and that they would 
certainly bring upon them that which would do them 
harm by means of such things as are employed as 
food, they signed what they ate with the holy sign of 
the Great Cross so that they might slay all the crafti- 
ness of the Calumniator. 

552. One of the fathers said, "On one occasion I 
"was lying down at night, and I thirsted for water to 
"drink; now there was near me one of the holy men 
"who lived in a holy manner, and he saw that I took 
"up the vessel to drink without having made over it 

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"the [sign of] the Cross. And he said unto me, 'Wait, 
'"master, wait;' [Page 736] and he made the sign of 
"the Cross over it, and straightway the Calumniator 
"fell from the vessel in the form of a flash of fire; 
"now both he and I saw it. And we wondered at the 
"great might of our Redeemer, and at the marvellous 
"symbol of His merit." 

A variant [reads] : — One of the fathers said, "I was 
"lying down one night, and I thirsted for water to 
"drink. And there was with me a certain widow who 
"lived a chaste life, both when she was with her hus- 
"band, and afterwards, and she said unto me, 'Wait, 
" 'master, wait,' and she made the sign of the holy 
"Cross over the vessel of water, and straightway there 
"fell from it the Calumniator in the form of a flash of 
"fire, and both she and I saw him. And we wondered 
"at the might of the Redeemer, and at the marvellous 
"symbol of His merit." 

These things were indeed told to us by the blessed 
mouth which is remote from falsehood; therefore it is 
required of us necessarily to do this [z. e., make the 
sign of the Cross] for the protection of our life. Now 
the Enemy used to wage war openly against that 
widow who did these things, even as I have learned 
from the chosen ones of our Lord, and one of the holy 
men who heard [this] from her own mouth spake thus: — 
The blessed woman said as follows: — One day I went 
to the house of God, and Satan drew nigh, and said 
unto me, "Why dost thou pray like a man, and say, 
"Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the 
"Holy Ghost?" And I said unto him, "How then shall 
"I pray?" Then Satan said unto me, "Thou shouldst 
"pray in this wise, and say, Glory be to thee, Mary, 
"mother of Christ." Then I answered and said unto 
him, "There is dust in thine eyes, Satan. Why should 
"I forsake the Lord and worship a handmaiden?" And 
he disappeared from me. 

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ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 98 



The same old woman said in my presence: — And again 
I went to the church according to [my] custom, and I 
entered in and prayed, and then the Enemy came and 
made blind my eyes, and I could not see, [Page 7^7] 
and I called one of the women, and she carried me 
to my house. And after three days he departed from 
before my eyes, and he began to go in front of me; 
then I said unto him, "There is a thing which thou 
"must do for me. Go thou to where thou didst first 
"seize upon me," and we went to the church, I and 
he. And I left him where he had seized me, and went 
away a short distance, and turning round I looked for 
him, and I saw him standing like a shadow; then I 
went a little further, and I turned round again, and I 
[still] saw him. And 1 shut the door of the church 
and went out, and then I opened it again, and went 
in, and I saw him [still] standing there, and he ceased 
to practise his wiles upon me. Such were the great 
things which happened to the blessed old woman. 
For the monk must not boast himself over the man 
who is in the world, for in it are mighty men; and if 
such things as these are to be found in Eve, how much 
more ought they to be found in the Adam which hath 
been redeemed by [the second] Adam ? 

554. One of the fathers said, "Whilst I was sleep- 
"ing one night, the Enemy came and SQiote me, and 
"said unto me, 'Go to the world and work righteous- 
"'ness; why dost thou shut thyself up like a beast in 
"'a cave?' And knowing the wickedness of the Enemy 
"who regarded me with an evil eye, I made the sign 
"of the Cross, and he fled from me. Then, having 
"waited a few days, he came and smote me on the 
"neck in a bantering fashion, saying, 'Now that thou 
"'hast become a righteous man, go to the world that 
"•I may not destroy thee;' and when I prayed and 
"made the sign of the Cross over my face, he departed 
"from me. And after a short time he came again, 
"and he took up his seat upon my neck, and then I 



982 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"bade my soul to be of good cheer and stood up, and 
"made the sign of the Cross, the symbol of merit, be- 
"fore him, and he disappeared again, for he was not 
"able to stand before me." Now these things took 
place and happened in this wise in very truth, and we 
may therefore know and understand the conduct where- 
in God rejoiceth, and there is, even as this [story 
sheweth], no reason for fearing the devils and all the 
evil spirits. Whosoever holdeth in contempt humility, 
and penitence of the mind, and the subjugation of the 
body, and remoteness from the care for the things 
which are seen, [Page 7S^] falleth into the inclination 
of the world, and despiseth the good riches of the fear 
of God, and his hope for the inheritance of holy men 
is cut off, and for the delights of heaven which neither 
pass away nor are dissolved. May we, through the 
grace and mercy of Christ, be held to be worthy of 
these things! Amen. 



CHAPTER XVII. 

Questions and answers on the vision of the mind. 

555. A brother asked an old man, saying, In what 
manner ought a monk to dwell in silent contemplation 
in his cell? The old man said. He should have no 
remembrance of man whatsoever whilst he is dwelling 
in the cell. 

556. B. What kind of labour should the heart 
perform.'* 

O. M. The perfect labour of monks is for a man 
to have his gaze directed towards God firmly and con- 
tinually. 

557. B. In what way should the mind persecute 
abominable thoughts? 

O. M. The mind is unable to do this of itself, and 
it hath not the power [to do it], nevertheless when- 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 983 



soever a thought [of evil] cometh against the soul, it 
is required of it to flee immediately from the per- 
formance thereof, and to take refuge in supplication [to 
God], and that shall dissolve the thoughts, even as 
wax [is dissolved] before the fire, for our God is a 
consuming fire. 

558. B. How did the fathers who dwelt in Scete 
give* answers to their enemies? 

O. M. That service also was great and excellent, 
but there was labour therein, and not every man was 
able to stand firm therein, and there was in it, more- 
over, wandering of the understanding. 

559. B. How.? 

O. M. When a thought hath come against the 
soul, and the soul hath, with great difficulty, been able 
to drive it out, another thought maketh ready to come, 
and in this manner the soul is occupied [Page 739] 
the whole day long in a war against the thoughts, and 
it is unable to occupy itself with the sight' of God, 
and [to enjoy it] continually. 

560. B. With what intent, then, should the mind 
flee towards God.-* 

O. M. If the thought of fornication rush upon 
thee, seize thy mind and carry it to God immediately, 
and raise it upwards with strenuousness, and delay not, 
for to delay is to be on the limit of being^brought low. 

561. B. If a thought of vain glory rise up in my 
mind, and it maketh me think that I can be free from 
the evil passions, is it not necessary that I should 
contend against it.'* 

O. M. Whensoever thou contendest against it, it 
will become exceedingly strong against thee, and will 
act cruelly and sharply, and thou wilt not, as thou 
imaginest, become strengthened by the Spirit of God; for 
it is better able to contend against thee than thou art 

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984 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

able to contend against it, and thou wilt [not] find thyself, 
apparently, sufficient of thyself to resist the passions 
of the thoughts. For as it is with the man who hath 
a spiritual father, that giveth to him his every desire, 
and who is without any care whatsoever, and who 
hath, therefore, no judgment with God, so also is it 
with him that hath committed his soul to God, for it 
is, henceforward, unnecessary for him in any way what- 
soever to fall into care concerning the thoughts, or to 
allow a thought to enter into his heart. But if it 
should happen that a thought hath entered, lift it up 
strenuously towards thy Father, and say, "I myself 
"know nothing; behold, my Father knoweth." And whilst 
thou art raising up thy mind, the thought itself will 
leave it and take to flight halfway, for it cannot ascend 
upwards with thee, and it dare not stand with thee 
there. There is no service which is superior to this, 
for it belongeth to confidence, and it hath no care in 
all the Church. 

562. B. How is it that the fathers who dwelt in 
Scete made use of answers against their enemies, and 
pleased God thereby? 

O. M. Because they worked in simplicity and in 
the fear of God, [Page 740] and because of this God 
helped them, and afterwards the service of the vision 
of God rose upon them, with His help, because of 
their works of excellence, and because of the mercy 
of God, and that old man who taught in this wise said, 
"Once I went to Scete to visit an old man there who 
"had become aged in ascetic labours. And having 
"saluted each other we sat down in silence, and that 
"old man made [me] no answer whatsoever. Then, 
"whilst I was sitting down, my mind became occupied 
"with a vision of God, and that old man continued to 
"sit there and to make baskets of palm leaves, and 
"he neither lifted up his gaze to me, nor did he tell 
"me to eat, and for six whole days I ate nothing 
"whatsoever. Now that old man was occupied with 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 985 



his work of basket making the whole day long, and 
when the evening came he soaked some palm leaves 
in water, and worked the whole night through. And 
on the following day, after the ninth hour, he answered 
and said unto me, 'Brother, when hast thou the power 
'[to perform this work of the spiritual vision?' And 
I answered and said unto him, 'Yea, father, and whence 
'hast thou the power'] (to work thus)? We have ac- 
'customed ourselves to learn this from our youth.' 
And that old man said unto me, 'I have never re- 
'ceived teaching of this kind from my fathers. But 
'as thou seest me now, even so have I been all [my] 
'days. A little work, and a little meditationr and a 
'little singing of the Psalms, and a little prayer; I have 
'cleansed my thoughts according to my power, and I 
'resist [as far as 1 can] the thoughts which rush upon 
'me. And in this manner, afterwards, there dawned' 
'upon me the spirit of visions, as I learned this 
'[faculty], and I knew not that any man possessed this 
'gift.' Then I answered and said unto him, 'I have 
•learned this from my youth up.'" 

563. B. How ought a man to see the order of the 
divine vision? 

O. M. The Scriptures have shewn [him how]. 

564. B. How? 

O. M. Daniel saw Him as the Ancient of Days. 
And EzEKiEL saw Him on the chariot of fhe CherubIm. 
And Isaiah saw Him upon a lofty and [Page 741] 
glorious throne. And Moses persisted in being with 
Him Who cannot be seen, as if he saw Him. 

565. B. And how can the mind see that which 
cannot be seen? 

O. M. A king cannot be seen, as far as his exact 
image is concerned, when he is sitting on the throne. 

* Adding, .ctjS ^S»lo xja ^? hi .;<>-»-oi ^^*-.? ii^<^ i^^ ^ 

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986 QOESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

566. B. And is it right for a man to depict God 
in this manner? 

O. M. And which is the better for a man to depict 
God in his mind in this manner, or to bow himself 
down to many abominable thoughts? 

567. B. Perad venture this is accounted as sin? 

O. M. No. Only thou must hold according to what 
the Scriptures have shewn [thee], and the fulfilment of 
the matter will come of itself, even as the Apostle 
said, "Now, as in a miracle, we see in parable, but 
"then face to face," the meaning of which is as if a 
man were to say, "When the mind hath been made 
"perfect, then it will be able to see with ease and 
"freedom." 

568. B. And is there no confusion in the mind in 
respect of this? 

O. M. If a man performeth his strife in truth there 
will be no confusion in the mind, "for," said the old 
man, "I have passed a whole week of days without a 
"remembrance of any human thing having entered my 
"heart." And another old man said, "I was once jour- 
"neying along the road, and behold, I saw two angels 
"close to me, one on this side, and one on the other, 
"and they walked along with me, and I did not look 
"at them." 

569. B. Why? 

O. M. Because it is written, "Neither angels nor 
"Powers shall be able to separate me from the love 
"of God, which is in our Lord Jesus Christ."' 

570. B. Can the mind be occupied with, and stay 
with the divine vision continually? 

O. M. [Although the mind cannot be occupied with 
and stay with the divine vision continually], still when 
it is pressed by the thoughts it can fly to God, and 
it shall not be deprived of the divine vision. But I 

^ Romans vtii. 39. 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 987 



say unto thee that if the mind be made perfect in this 
respect, it shall be easier for thee to move mountains' 
than to bring it down' from above. For as the bHnd 
man who is shut up in darkness, if his eyes be opened 
and he go forth into the light, will be unwilling for 
the darkness to overtake [Page 742] him again, so 
the mind, having begun to see the light of its own 
person, hateth the darkness, and is unwilling to re- 
member it again. And one of the fathers also said, 
"I wished to look upon my mind, saying, Perhaps if I 
"allow my mind to do so it will go and wander about 
"in the world; but when I set it free it stood still, and 
"was silent, and did not know where to go. And again, 
"I lifted it up on high, for it knew that if it departed 
"and wandered about I had to admonish it; quietness 
"and prayer make strong this class of service." And 
the same old man said, "If a man prayeth continually 
"it will bring correction to the mind immediately." 

571. B. How is it possible for a man to pray con- 
tinually? For the body becometh ill through constant 
prayer. 

572. O. M. The standing up of a man in his prayer 
[once] is not said to be prayer, but [he must do so] 
continually. 

573. B. How is [prayer to be made] continually.'* 
O. M. Whether thou art eating, or arinking, or 

even travelling on the road, or if thou art doing 
some piece of work, thou shalt not let prayer be re- 
mote^ from thy heart. 

574. B. But suppose I be talking with some 
one, how is it possible for me to fulfil the command, 
"Be ye praying continually?" 



* The better reading is 2S0V ^^'fi^? • 
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988 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

O. M. Now concerning this the Apostle spake, "In 
"[all your] prayers, and in [all your] supplications, pray 
"ye at all times in the spirit; and when it would be 
"unseemly for thee to pray, because thou art speaking 
"with another man, pray thou through supplication." 

575. B. What manner of prayer is it necessary for 
a man to pray? 

O. M. The prayer in the Gospel which our Lord 
taught His disciples, 

576. B. What limit ought there to be to prayer? 
O. M. No measure hath been laid down to prayer; 

because He said, "Pray ye' at all times, and con- 
tinually," He did not lay down any measure to prayer. 
For if the monk only really prayeth when he standeth 
up in prayer, he who is thus doth not pray with the 
heart but [Page 743] with the mouth only. Now the 
old man said, "It is necessary for the man who is thus 
"to look upon all [men] in the same way, and he must 
"be remote from all calumny for the love of Christ; 
"to Whom be glory for ever! Amen." 

577. In another manuscript I have found the follow- 
ing:* — A certain monk who was a foreigner, and was 
chaste in his conduct, and who came from the city of 
Antioch, from the monastery which is called Kasyan, 
went once to pray in Jerusalem, and to see the holy 
places wherein our Lord Jesus Christ went about, and 
after he had lived there for a long time, and had 
worked a way which was full of every excellence, he 
wished to return to his country in peace. Now he 
lacked food for the journey and the money which was 
necessary for his wants, and he knew not what to do; 
and when he had gone in to pray in the great temple 
of the Resurrection of our Lord, he prayed, and sat 



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ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 989 



down in sorrow, and he was troubled about his depar- 
ture, and the lack of that which he needed. And 
having sat down, he dropped into slumber, and slept, 
and he saw in his dream our Lord Jesus Christ, Who 
bade him be of good cheer, saying, "Arise, be not 
"sorrowful, but go in to the steward of My house of the 
"Resurrection, and say unto him, 'Jesus hath sent me 
" 'unto thee so that thou mayest give me the one 
" 'dinar of which I am in need, and when He com-^th 
" 'He will give it [back] to thee for me.' " Now when 
the monk had awoke from his sleep, he arose, and 
prayed first and believed the vision which had ap- 
peared to him, and he rose up and went to the 
steward [of the Church] of the Resurrection, as he 
had been commanded to do, and he spake to the 
steward, as he had been told in the vision. Then the 
steward said unto him, "When will Jesus come and 
"repay me?" And the monk said unto him, "I have 
"told thee what I have heard from Him, and as for 
"thee, thou must do what thou wishest." And the 
steward said unto the monk, "Give me a paper in 
"thine own handwriting for the dinar, and take [it] and 
"go;" and the monk sat down and wrote thus: "I, John 
"the monk, the stranger, from Antioch, a city of Syria, 
"and from the holy monastery of Kawsyan hereby testify 
"that I have received from the steward one dinar for 
"food by the way, and I have, of mine own free will, 
"set my handwriting thereto saying that when Jesus 
"cometh He will pay him for me." And after the monk 
had taken the dinar and departed, the steward saw 
that same night in a vision of the night, that a man 
of splendid appearance came and said unto him, "Take 
"the dinar which thou gavest to that monk, and give 
"me the written paper which he gave thee." And the 
steward said in the vision, "My Lord, the monk said 
"unto me, 'Jesus will come and repay me, and will take 
"from thee the paper which I have written.'" And the 
man said to the steward, "I, even I, am Jesus; take thy 



qgO QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"dinar, and give Me the writing which the monk gave 
"thee. Or, wouldst thou take anything more from him?" 
Then the steward took the dinar from Him, and he 
laid it in his hand, and gave Him the written paper, 
and He tore it up. 

Now when the steward awoke from his slumber he 
found the dinar in his hand, but the written paper 
had disappeared; and he marvelled, and wondered, and 
praised God. Then he sent some of his people to 
bring back the monk wheresoever he might be found, 
and having gone they- found him praying, and they 
said unto him, "Come with us; behold, the steward of 
"the Church of the Resurrection seeketh thee." And 
when the monk heard [this], he feared greatly, and said 
in his heart, "Perad venture he wisheth to take back 
"the dinar-" and he went with them being troubled 
and sorrowful. Now the steward saw him, he said 
unto him, "For the love of Christ I entreat thee to eat 
"with me this day," and whilst they were eating, the 
steward said unto him, "What hast thou done ^with 
"the dinar}'' and the monk said, "Behold, it is still 
"with me." The steward said unto him, "Mar Abba, 
"take thou as many dinars as thou wishest, only give 
"me the paper which thou didst write [saying] that 
"Jesus would come and repay me." And the monk 
said unto him, "My lord, forgive me, but I have re- 
"ceived nothing else from thee, for that which I did 
"take was sufficient for me." Then the steward related 
unto him that which had appeared unto him, saying, 
"The dinar hath been paid back to me, and the paper 
"which thou didst write hath been taken by our Lord 
"Jesus Christ from me;" and the steward entreated the 
monk, saying, "Take from me, if thou wishest, ten 
"pounds of gold, only write me [a paper, saying], 
" 'Jesus will come and pay thee for me,' and do thou, 
"my lord, depart in peace." And the monk said unto 
him, "Master, verily I say unto thee, thou shalt not 
"receive from me another jot, and I will not take any- 



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"thing else from thee." And all those who heard [this 
story] praised God Who neglected not those who call 
upon him in truth. 



CHAPTER XVIII. 
An Admonition of the Holy Fathers.* 

577. Be thou an enemy unto all folly and sin. 
Dejection driveth away the fear [Page 758] of God, 
captivity [to sin] driveth away the virtues from the 
soul. There are three excellences which illumine the 
mind always; a man must not see the vices of his 
neighbours, and he must do good unto those who do 
evil to him, and he must bear with gladness all the 
trials which come upon him. And these produce three 
other excellences, namely, a man must not look upon 
the vices of his brother, and this excellence produceth 
love; and he must bear the trials which come upon 
him, and this excellence produceth self-denial. There 
are three excellences of which the mind hath need, 
and a man should observe them always: — He should 
lean away from follies, and he should net be lax in 
his service, and he should make strong his heart. 
There are three excellences, the which if a man see them 
with him he knoweth within himself that he is delivered 
from devils, namely, knowledge whereby he will be 
able to understand and to discern between thoughts, 
and the sight of everything before it cometh to pass, 
and the power of not becoming entangled with evil 
thoughts of any kind. There are three things which 



* The Sayings on pp. 744-757 of the Syriac text are 
merely selections from the Chapters which have been already 
translated. 



QQO QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

''dinar, and give Me the writing which the monk gave 
"thee. Or, wouldst thou take anything more from him?" 
Then the steward took the dinar from Him, and he 
laid it in his hand, and gave Him the written paper, 
and He tore it up. 

Now when the steward awoke from his slumber he 
found the dinar in his hand, but the written paper 
had disappeared; and he marvelled, and wondered, and 
praised God. Then he sent some of his people to 
bring back the monk wheresoever he might be found, 
and having gone they- found him praying, and they 
said unto him, "Come with us; behold, the steward of 
"the Church of the Resurrection seeketh thee." And 
when the monk heard [this], he feared greatly, and said 
in his heart, "Perad venture he wisheth to take back 
"the dinar-" and he went with them being troubled 
and sorrowful. Now the steward saw him, he said 
unto him, "For the love of Christ I entreat thee to eat 
"with me this day," and whilst they were eating, the 
steward said unto him, "What hast thou done ^with 
"the dindrV and the monk said, "Behold, it is still 
"with me." The steward said unto him, "Mar Abba, 
"take thou as many dinars as thou wishest, only give 
"me the paper which thou didst write [saying] that 
"jesus would come and repay me." And the monk 
said unto him, "My lord, forgive me, but I have re- 
"ceived nothing else from thee, for that which I did 
"take was sufficient for me." Then the steward related 
unto him that which had appeared unto him, saying, 
"The dinar hath been paid back to me, and the paper 
"which thou didst write hath been taken by our Lord 
"Jesus Christ from me;" and the steward entreated the 
monk, saying, "Take from me, if thou wishest, ten 
"pounds of gold, only write me [a paper, saying], 
" 'Jesus will come and pay thee for me,' and do thou, 
"my lord, depart in peace." And the monk said unto 
him, "Master, verily I say unto thee, thou shalt not 
"receive from me another jot, and I will not take any- 



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"thing else from thee." And all those who heard [this 
story] praised God Who neglected not those who call 
upon him in truth. 



CHAPTER XVIII. 
An Admonition of the Holy Fathers.* 

577. Be thou an enemy unto all folly and sin. 
Dejection driveth away the fear [Page 758] of God, 
captivity [to sin] driveth away the virtues from the 
soul. There are three excellences which illumine the 
mind always; a man must not see the vices of his 
neighbours, and he must do good unto those who do 
evil to him, and he must bear with gladness all the 
trials which come upon him. And these produce three 
other excellences, namely, a man must not look upon 
the vices of his brother, and this excellence produceth 
love; and he must bear the trials which come upon 
him, and this excellence produceth self-denial. There 
are three excellences of which the mind hath need, 
and a man should observe them always: — He should 
lean away from follies, and he should not be lax in 
his service, and he should make strong his heart. 
There are three excellences, the which if a man see them 
with him he knoweth within himself that he is delivered 
from devils, namely, knowledge whereby he will be 
able to understand and to discern between thoughts, 
and the sight of everything before it cometh to pass, 
and the power of not becoming entangled with evil 
thoughts of any kind. There are three things which 



* The Sayings on pp. 744-757 of the Syriac text are 
merely selections from the Chapters which have been already 
translated. 



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gain dominion over the soul until it arriveth at great 
weakness, captivity [to sin], and dejection, and sickness, 
and these contend against every man's soul, and from 
them are produced evil thoughts, and when a man 
buildeth up they overthrow, [what he hath built]. There 
are three excellences which benefit and strengthen the 
soul, mercy, the absence of lust, and longsuffering; and 
besides these three excellences the mind hath need 
to pray without ceasing continually, and a man must 
fall down and cry out before God, and hate all evil 
passions. 

578. And he also said: — The fear of God driveth 
away all evil things, but dejection [or, lowness] driveth 
away the fear of God from a man; the wandering of 
the thoughts driveth away good works from the soul. 
There are four things which are good: — Silence, the 
keeping of the commandments, humility, and tribula- 
tions. There are four good things which protect the 
soul: — Love towards every man, absence of lust, long- 
suffering, [Page 759], and a man severing from himself 
wickedness. And the soul hath need of the four fol- 
lowing virtues at all seasons: — A man must pray with- 
out ceasing, and he should povir himself out before 
God continually, and he should declare his own defects 
in his heart, and he should judge no man, and his own 
mind should be tranquil. The four following things help 
a young monk:— Doctrine, the repetition of the Psalms 
at every moment, and he should not be lax in obedi- 
ence to fasting, and he should esteem himself to be of 
no account whatsoever. Through four things the soul 
is corrupted: — For a man to walk about through the 
city without guarding his eyes, for a man to have 
anything to do with women, for a man to have friend- 
ship with the rich men of the world, and for a man to 
love empty talk. Of four things fornication is begotten, 
namely, by eating and by drinking overmuch, by sleep- 
ing overmuch and by idleness, by laughter and by silly 
words, and by the arrangement of the apparel. By 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 993 

four things the mind is darkened: — by a man hating 
his neighbour, by hating his brother, by crying out 
evil things, and by uttering them. By four things is 
the soul laid waste : — by a man not keeping silent [or, 
tranquil], by loving the works of the world, by traf- 
ficking in material things, and by the evilness of the 
eye. Through four things anger cometh: — By a man 
giving and taking [z. e., buying and selling] in the world, 
by doing his own will, by loving to teach, and by 
thinking in himself that he is a wise man. There are 
three virtues which a man acquireth by weariness [or, 
exhaustion]: — by mourning always, by observing his 
sins, and by having his death before his eyes every 
day. He who taketh care to keep these virtues shall 
be able to be saved by the mercy of God, and, to 
speak briefly, these are necessary for the man who 
seeketh to live: — Faith, and hope, and love, [Page 
760], and love of God, and obedience, and humility, 
and patient endurance, and self-denial, and fasting, and 
constant prayer, and vigil, and service, and going into 
exile, and voluntary poverty, and absence of evil pas-' 
sions, and the silence of discretion, and deprivation of 
various meats. For if a man doth not believe, he can 
neither hope nor love, nor have affection, nor be obedi- 
ent; and if he be not obedient, he cannot either be 
humble, or endure patiently; and if he cannot endure 
patiently, he cannot practise self-denial, and if he cannot 
practise self-denial, he cannot draw nigh to fasting. And 
if he cannot fast, he cannot pray continually, and if he 
hath no prayer, he cannot keep vigils; and if he keepeth 
not vigil, service will not be found in him, for he will 
say and sing the service in a hurried manner. And 
he who possesseth these things only in a little degree 
cannot go into exile and become voluntarily poor, and 
without the love of these things he cannot deprive 
himself of meats; and a man cannot acquire the silence 
of discretion when all these things are remote from 
him. Let us, then, take care to perfect all these 



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things in ourselves with all our might, through the 
help of God, to Whom be glory for ever and ever! 
Amen. 



An exhortation. 

57g. Now therefore I have written down for thee 
all these things so that thy soul may not become slug- 
gish, and so that thou mayest not become the cause of 
[others] being like unto thee. And because of this I 
counsel thee to take the yoke of pleasantness upon 
thy neck, for it will help thee to sit by thyself in 
silence, and to withdraw thyself from human intercourse, 
and from cares about the things of this world which 
will hinder thee. And make thyself as the dust in 
[thy] humility towards every man, knowing [at the 
same time] that there is hope [for thee]. And let not 
weeping cease from thine eyes [Page 761], for there 
is the occasion of tears. And make thy cell a hall of 
judgment of thyself, and a place for striving against 
devils and evil passions, and let there be depicted 
therein the kingdom [of heaven], and Gehenna, and 
death and life, and sinners and the righteous, and the 
fire which never is quenched, and the glory of the 
righteous, and the outer darkness, and the gnashing 
of the teeth, and the light of the righteous, and their 
joy in the Holy Spirit, and the Passion of our Lord, 
and the memorial of His Resurrection, and the redemp- 
tion of creation. And let thy habitation be free from 
superfluous things, for one of two things will happen 
unto thee; either through thinking of them thou wilt 
suffer injury, or in withdrawing thyself from them thy 
war will be added to and become fiercer. And take 
heed lest, through [holding in] honour and sparing other 
folk, thou bring thyself to evil case in the war; 
whatsoever belongeth to lust and is of the eyes thou 
shalt not possess, for the wars of thy passions are suf- 
ficient for thee. Heal thou and make whole in thy 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 995 

habitation those in whom God hath pleasure; it is He 
Who knoweth thy sitting down, and thy coming in, 
and thy going forth. And in all thy conduct be con- 
stant in prayer, especially in the night seasons, for 
[night] is the acceptable time for prayer, as it is writ- 
ten, "Be thou like unto thy Lord, Who prayed to God 
continually throughout the night until the rising up of 
the Sun." When all voices are quiet do thou fill thy 
mouth with praise, and thy tongue with glorifying, and 
whilst others are lying like dead men on their biers 
do thou depict in thyself the waking of the Resurrec- 
tion. The night which is darkness unto other folk 
shall be to thee^ bright as the day, and instead of 
filling thyself with wine as other men do, fill thou thy- 
self with the love of God; and in the night season, 
when silver and gold are stolen, do thou steal the 
kingdom [of heaven] like a thief In the night season, 
when sinners perform their evil deeds to their own 
injury, do thou labour for the benefit of thine own 
soul, and take care, continually, of all excellences. 
Then He Who is merciful in His gifts, and rich unto 
every one who calleth upon Him, will come [Page 762] 
unto thee quickly and will help thee, and thou shalt 
smite the Evil One, and shalt bring to nought his 
crafty acts. And thou shalt make thy rrund to shine, 
and the Lord of All shall place in thee the innocent 
thoughts of uprightness, and He shall comfort thy mind; 
then shall the rugged ground become smooth before 
thee, and the difficult ground shall be as a plain, and 
thy ship shall anchor in [its] haven. And thou shalt 
lead beforehand the life which is to come, and thou 
shalt fulfil the Will of God, according to His Will, both 
in heaven and on earth; and thy knowledge shall grow 
and thy joy increase in proportion to thy spiritual con- 
duct ; and thou shalt be held to be worthy of the sight 



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996 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

of the righteous by the grace and mercy of Christ our 
Lord, to Whom, with His Father, and the Holy Ghost, 
be glory now, and always, and for ever and ever! 
Amen. 



An Admonition of Abba Mar John. 

580. Now thou wilt not be able to find a more 
excellent way than this: — He who would repent to Christ 
of his sins and follies must fall upon his face many, 
many times, [and be sorry for] the sins which he hath 
committed, and he must make supplication and entreaty 
to the mercy of God. Moreover, our other fathers 
have incited [us] to kneel down, and he who conti- 
nually kneeleth down and prayeth rejoiceth in God. 
Woe is me, me the man of negligence! Now he who 
sigheth, and weepeth, and sheddeth tears in prayer, pos- 
sesseth all excellences together; for if we do not keep 
watch on and remember always our feebleness, whilst 
despising ourselves, and holding ourselves in contempt, 
the devils will lead us astray. Wake thyself up, O 
my beloved one, and keep in thy remembrance always 
three moments, and forget them not; the first is the 
moment of death, with its sorrow, and grief, and trouble, 
which is immeasurable, that overtaketh every man, 
when [a man shall stand] before [Page 76^] the awful 
throne of Christ; the second moment is the moment 
of fear and quaking when men and angels shall rise 
up, when a man doth not know what command shall 
come forth concerning him, whether it shall be for 
life everlasting or for torment everlasting; and the 
third moment is that when the penalty [or, decree of. 
doom] shall come forth upon us, with its repentance 
of soul which shall last for ever, and shall be with us 
afterwards in the years which shall have no end. At 
the [remembrance of] these three moments all men fear 
and quake; may God in His compassion save us from 
Gehenna and its endless torments! Amen. 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 997 



I am an apostle, and I cast out devils, and I per- 
form mighty deeds, but how am I to know that the 
end of Judas may [not] be mine, and how am I to 
know that I shall [not] inherit hanging, and be called 
by our Lord "Satan," and "son of perdition" ? If thou 
seest, moreover, a man who is a murderer, and a thief, 
and an adulterer, and a shedder of blood, thou mayest 
think whence I shall know [this]; for if this murderer, 
at the end, confesseth Christ, he will precede me in 
the kingdom of heaven, and thou shalt think thus con- 
cerning every man. If thou, O man of God, whither- 
soever thou goest, thinkest these and such like things 
continually, and if thy humility be in proportion to 
the greatness of thy power, thou shalt never fall. But 
if a man be neglectful, even for the twinkling of an 
eye, of his humility, and if pride be mingled in his 
negligence, he shall be cut off quickly from the height 
of the love of God, and he shall fall, even as quickly 
as a glass vessel full of water, which is suspended by 
a thread of a spider's web, would fall if that thread 
were to be severed. Now the conduct of humility is 
thus. If at the beginning, or in the middle, or at the 
end, or wheresoever it may be, a man first of all layeth 
hold upon perfect humility, and upon complete contempt 
of himself, the devils will be unable to approach him, 
on the contrary, they will flee before him, like flies 
before smoke, both they and their thought's [Page 764]; 
but if a man [doth not] acquire humility, either at the 
beginning, or in the middle, or at the end of his career, 
there is nothing which [can stand up] against the strife 
and contest. As the holy man Evagrius said, "After 
"the vanquishing of [all] the other passions, there still 
"remain two which will wage war against the perfect 
"man until death, namely, vain glory and pride." And 
John, the seer of Thebais, used to say, "He against 
"whom the devil of vain glory still fighteth, wandereth 
"without measure, and is divided [in his mind] to a 
"boundless degree." The Teacher used to say, "Humi- 



998 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

"lity possesseth two characteristics which are superior 
"to the other excellences of the spirit, for it seeth to 
"what degree it can abase itself to the lowest depth, 
"and grace also exalteth humility to God, [and] to the 
"height which is above; and because grace exalteth it 
"continually towards God, it acquireth faith at all times, 
"and strengtheneth confidence. And the second charac- 
"teristic of humility is that it feareth not that which 
"opposeth it, that is to say, it feareth neither devils, 
"nor wild animals, nor evil men, even as the holy man 
"Evagrius said, 'The man who is proud and wrathful 
" 'is a timid man, but the humble man is without fear.' 
"And he said, 'Humility by itself vanquisheth both 
" 'passions and devils, and the labours of the body, and 
'"the contests of the mind only serve to strengthen 
" 'humility the more.' " Therefore there is never a 
time when the monk hath not need of humility. Now 
it is right for him that dwelleth in silence wishing to 
arrive speedily at purity of heart, and to take care 
of [his spiritual] splendour, to guard the three following 
things: — he must guard his hearing against listening 
to any word which may strike him and may rouse him 
up to anger; and he must guard his tongue, not only 
against rebuking and chiding any man, even though 
he be a man of no account whatsoever and a man 
of ignorance, and he must not [attempt] to teach or to 
admonish. But if a man ask him for a prayer, he 
must esteem himself to be the servant of him that 
asketh him, and he must kneel down [Page 765] before 
the cross and say, "O Lord, provide for my brethren 
"according to Thy Will, and according to Thy design, 
"and according as it may be beneficial for them before 
"Thee, and make me, a sinner, worthy of Thy mercy 
"through my prayers;" let him pray after this example, 
and it shall suffice. Do not think in thy mind, which 
may lead thee astray, that thou wilt be able to acquire 
even one spiritual excellence, no matter which it may 
be, without afflictions and troubles, whether with or 



ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 999 



without the desire; for no man who feedeth his body 
daintily on lusts is able to enter through the door, 
even as the camel cannot go through the narrow hole 
of the needle. 

Now the pleasures of the body come into being 
because of unbelief, because the wretched body doth 
not believe in those good things which are promised 
unto the hungry, and in the woes which are prepared 
for those who are filled with food and who live deli- 
cately. Therefore he, who believeth in the promises 
and threats, goeth hungry, and he denieth himself, and 
he watcheth in prayer, and he humbleth himself, and 
he layeth hold upon abstinence, and restraineth himself 
from the gratification of his pleasures, and he inheriteth 
the purity which is promised to those who are blessed. 
But if he leadeth a life of sluggishness and pleasure, 
from it he shall inherit the impurities and the punish- 
ments which are prepared for him in Gehenna. Now 
the desire of the Holy Spirit is thus: — Remoteness 
from the habitation of men, continual quiet, weeping 
and sorrowful cries, joyful hymns, the singing of the 
Psalms, and praises, fasting, and abstinence, and vigil, 
poor apparel, a humble gait, the cloaking of the thoughts 
of the passions, the hidden prayer of the mind; know 
ye that such are the things in which those who are 
in the desire of the spirit wish to walk, and they never 
wish to perform the lusts of the flesh. And to speak 
briefly unto you, O my brethren, fasting, and service, 
and standing up, and vigil, and abstinence from meats, 
are the constituent parts of a fair rule of life and 
conduct, and those who perform them will receive a 
reward from the true God if they perform them in 
truth, and if there be no alien pretence in their ser- 
vice. But hearken, O my brethren, for this is the 
true work of the monastic life, the binding of the 
understanding which is in God, [Page 766] and the 
suppression of the alien thoughts which enter his heart; 
and whosoever hath his heart [set] upon God acquireth 



lOOO QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE ASCETIC LIFE. 

for his soul pleasure, and the life which is everlasting. 
Amen and Amen. 

Here end th£ histories and the narratives of 

THE triumphant ACTS OF THE HOLY FATHERS AND 
MONKS WHICH WERE COMPOSED BY THE HOLY AND EX- 
CELLENT Palladius, Bishop of the city of Hele- 

NOPOLIS, AND WHICH HE WROTE TO LaUSUS, THE 

PREFECT. To God be glory, and honour, and 

ADORATION, AND WORSHIP, AND EXALTATION, FOR 
EVER AND ever! YeA AND AmEN. 



APPENDIX/ 

Questions of the brethren, and answers of the 
fathers, which are exceedingly fair and beautiful. 

[Page 895]. I. The brethren said: — There were 
two brethren who were the sons of a merchant, and 
their father died, and they divided their inheritance 
between themselves, and unto each one there came 
five thousand dinars. And one of the brethren divided 
his inheritance among the churches, and the monasteries, 
and the poor, and he himself became a monk, and he 
chose for himself a life of continual silence, and fasting, 
and prayer; now the other brother built a monastery 
for himself, and gathered brethren to him, and he took 
care of the strangers, and the poor, and the sick, whom 
he received and relieved. When the two brothers 
were dead there was questioning among the brethren 
about them, and they went to Abba Pahbo and asked 
him, "Which manner of life and conduct was the more 
"excellent and exalted?" And having learned from 
God, he said unto them, "They are both perfect, and 
"in my sight they appear to be of equal merit." Ex- 
plain to us now the old man's words, for how can the 
man who is destitute, and the man who hath possessions 
be equal [in merit]? The old man said, "Since the 
"whole conduct of these brethren was to God, and 
"since whatsoever they did they did it for God, with 
"an upright aim, and since the aim of each was the 



For the Syriac text see Bedjan's edition, p. 895 IT. 



I002 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"same, they appeared to be in the old man's opinion 
"of equal merit before God." 

2. The brethren asked Abba NestIr, "What rule 
"of Hfe and conduct should a man follow?" 

The old man said, "All rules of conduct are not 
"alike. Abraham was a lover of strangers, David was 
"a humble man, Elijah loved silence, and [Page 896] 
"God accepted the work of all of them. Whatsoever 
"work is of God, if thy soul desireth it, that do, and 
"God be with thee." 

3. The brethren said: — Abba Pambo said, "If there 
"be three monks in one place, and one of them live 
"in silence [it is] well, and if another be sick and he 
"give thanks in his weakness, and if another minister 
"to men and relieve them, all three of them are in the 
"same service." Reveal to us now the mind of this 
holy man. 

And Abba Pamb6 said, "If a man dwell in silence 
''for God's sake, and not for the sake of vain glory, 
"or any other human thing; and if another, who is 
"sick, give thanks to God for his sickness, and he 
"endure him that ministereth unto him with longsuffer- 
"ing, he becometh like unto him that is in silence; 
"and if he who ministereth unto men doeth it not for 
"a reward of this world, but for God's sake, and if he 
"constraineth himself in everything, and doeth the will 
"of those who are ministered unto by him in love and 
"gladness, he thus becometh like unto him who shutteth 
"himself up in silence, and like unto him that is sick, 
"and in this way the work of all three is of equal 
"merit. For Abba Joseph and Abba Poemen divided 
"the perfect ascetic life into three classes, and there- 
"fore Abba Nestir said to that brother, 'If thou con- 
" 'duct thyself according to any one of the three thou 
"'shalt be perfect' And this is well known from that 
"which Abba Anthony said, 'Many have afflicted them- 
" 'selves with labours and tribulations, and because they 
" 'had not in them the [Page 897] power of discernment. 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. lOO^ 

"they did not know the way of truth.' And again 
'he said, 'One man might Hve in a cell for a lumdrcd 
"years, and yet not know how to dwell therein 
' '[rightly] for one day, because he humbleth not him- 
' 'self, and accounteth not himself a sinner, and a feeble 
"man, and ignorant, but he justifieth himself, and 
"blameth others; nevertheless it is right that we 
"should know that, even though some are sick, and 
"others relieve the wants of men and minister unto 
' 'them with an upright aim, those who lead a life of 
' 'silence lead a superior life, and follow a line of con- 
"duct which is more excellent than all the rules of 
' 'life which are followed among brethren. And this 
"life is superior in the same way that the Spirit of 
' 'God is more exalted than the holy angels, according 
"to what we have learned from the history of the 
' 'holy men Abba Arsenius and Abba Moses the 
"Ethiopian. For when one of the brethren went to 
"the blessed Arsenius [to enquire of him] concerning 
"the love of a silent life of contemplation, he neither 
' 'set a table for him nor gave him refreshment ; then 
' 'he went to the blessed Abba Moses and he both 
' 'welcomed him and gave him refreshment. And when 
"one of the great fathers heard [this], he entreated 
' 'our Lord to reveal to him this matter, saying, 'How 
* * 'is it that one fleeth for Thy Name's sake, and 
' ' 'another welcometh and giveth refreshment for Thy 
' ' 'Name's sake }' And there appeared unto him on 
"the river two ships, in one of which were Abba 
' 'Arsenius, and the Spirit of God Who was travelling 
"along in silence, and in the other was Abba Moses, 
' who was travelling with holy angels that were feeding 
"him upon honey, with the comb thereof And by 
' 'this the fathers understood that the life of silent 
''contemplation [Page 898] was as greatly exalted 
' 'above alms and ministrations as was the conduct of 
"Matthew the Evangelist above that of Zacchaeus 
"the taxgatherer.'" 



I004 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

4. The brethren said: — The brethren asked Abba 
Pambo, saying, "Supposing that a man who liveth in 
"the world hath a wife and children, and supposing 
"that he giveth much alms, and setteth free slaves, 
"and redeemeth those in captivity, and visiteth the 
"sick, and relieveth those who are afflicted, and ful- 
"filleth all the things which are proper for him [to 
"fulfil], is not such a man equal in labour to one of 
"the three classes of monks, that is, to the man that 
"dwelleth in silence, or him that is sick, or him that 
"ministereth unto the poor?" 

And the old man said, "Not altogether." 
And the brethren said, "Wherefore?" 
And the old man said, "Because, although the man 
"who is in the world leadeth a life of righteousness, 
"his whole conduct is outside the body, but all the 
"labour of the monks is inside the body, that is, fast- 
"ing, and prayer, and vigil, and hunger, and thirst, 
"and the constraint of the will at every moment, and 
"wars, both secret and manifest. And it is well known 
"and manifest that the men, who are in the world and 
"who are exceedingly excellent in their conduct, are 
"not equal to the monks in their labours; for our Lord 
"Jesus Christ surnamed the monks 'sons of light,' and 
"those who are in the world 'sons of the world'. Now 
"the monks with their members, and with their thoughts, 
"and with their bodies, and with their conduct serve 
"God perfectly with stern labours and afflictions, and 
"they offer themselves up to God as a living, and 
"rational, and holy sacrifice, with rational and spiritual 
"service, and they are crucified unto the world, and 
"the world is crucified unto them, according to the 
"word of our Lord, Who said, 'Whosoever wisheth 
" '[Page 899] to come after Me, let him take up his 
" 'cross, and follow Me,' that is to say. Let him not 
"fulfil his own will, but let him do My Will only, and 
"bear tribulations of all kinds. And monks shall leave 
"father, and mother, and brothers, and sisters, and 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IOO5 



"kinsfolk, and country, and in return for these they 
"shall receive a hundred fold, and shall inherit ever- 
"lasting life. And to the men who are in the world, 
"He said, 'Acquire for yourselves friends of the mam- 
" 'mon of unrighteousness, so that when it hath come 
" 'to an end they may receive you into their ever- 
'"lasting habitations.' For as men who are in the 
"world receive monks into their houses, so shall the 
"monks receive those who have lived in the world 
"into the kingdom of heaven; and by this our Lord 
"shewed that all the good things of God and His 
"kingdom belong to the monks who, from their youth 
"even to their old age, have laboured to God in the 
"excellent works of the ascetic and monastic life. But 
"it is right that we should know to what degree the 
"soul is superior to the body. The life which is led 
"by the monks in silent contemplation, and the works 
"thereof, are as much superior to the life which is led 
"by righteous men in the world, as the life and con- 
"duct of the angels are superior to those of men. And 
"the life and conduct of the monks are superior to 
"those of men who are in the world, because the latter 
"please God because of their love for men, whilst the 
"monks do so because of their love for God." 

6. The brethren said, "Into how ma,ny orders have 
"the fathers arranged the monastic life?" And the old 
man said, "Into three orders." 

7. The brethren said, "What are they?" And the 
old man said, "The perfect, those who are half perfect, 
"and the beginners." 

8. The brethren said, "Whence canst thou prove 
"to us that this is so?" [Page 900] The old man said, 
"From the words of our Lord in the Gospel. For He 
"said, 'The sower went forth to sow. And some [seeds] 
" 'fell on the road side, and others fell on the rock, and 
"'others among the thorns.'' Now these three [kinds 

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"of] seed are those who are in the world. And as 
"concerning the other seed of which He spake, saying 
"that it fell on good ground, and gave fruit, some 
"thirty fold, and some sixty fold, and some a hundred 
"fold, these are the grades of monks, for the seed 
"which yielded fruit thirty fold is the beginners, and 
"that which yielded sixty fold is the half-perfect, and 
"that which yielded one hundred fold is the perfect." 

g. The brethren said, "And supposing a man in 
"the world conducteth himself in a wholly perfect man- 
"ner, and according to what is right, is not his labour 
"equal unto that of a beginner.'*" The old man said, 
"No." 

10. The brethren said, "Why [not].-*" The old man 
said, "Although the monk is little and is a beginner, 
"he is still more excellent than the man in the world 
"who keepeth every just [demand] of righteousness." 

11. "Why did Abba Anthony say unto Paule, his 
"disciple, 'Go and dwell in silence that thou may est 
"'receive the temptations of devils?'" The old man 
said, "Because the perfection of the monk ariseth from 
"spiritual conduct, and spiritual conduct is acquired by 
"the conduct of the heart, and purity of heart ariseth 
"from the conduct of the mind, and the conduct of the 
"mind from prayer which is unceasing, and from strife 
"with devils; but unceasing prayer, and the contendings 
"with devils, both in the thoughts and in visions, have 
"no opportunity for existence without silence and soli- 
"tariness." 

12. [Page 901] The brethren said, "What is the 
"meaning of that which Paphnutius and James the Lame 
"said to Mar Evagrius, 'Every lapse which taketh 
" 'place through the tongue, or through lust, or through 
"'an action, or through the whole body, is in propor- 
" 'tion to the measure of pride which a man possesseth ?' 
"Now what is the lapse which cometh through lust? 
"And what is the lapse which cometh through an action? 
"And what is the lapse which cometh through the whole 



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"body? Enlighten us about these [various] kinds of 
"lapses." The old man said, "The lapse through lust 
"is the fall which taketh place inwardly through pride, 
"even as the blessed Macarius said, *Thou shalt not 
" 'be lifted up in thy heart and in thy mind through the 
" 'knowledge of the Scriptures, lest thou fall into a 
"'spirit of blasphemy in thy mind.' And the lapse 
"through the tongue resembleth that into which one 
"of the monks once fell through his pride, and he 
"reviled the holy man Evagrius and the fathers who 
"were in the desert of Scete. And the lapse through 
"an action resembleth that into which another monk 
"fell when he became lascivious and abominable; and 
"the lapse through the whole body resembleth that 
"when, through his pride, one of the brethren was 
"abandoned to the hands of thieves, and they burned 
"him with fire." 

13. The brethren said: — Palladius said, "Once the 
"blessed man Diocles said, 'The mind which falleth 
'"from God is either delivered over to the devil of 
'"wrath, or to the devil of fornication.' And I said 
"unto him, 'How is it possible for the human mind to 
'"be with God [Page 902] uninterruptedly?' And he 
"said, 'In whatsoever work of the fear of God the 
"'soul [is engaged], provided that the .soul hath due 
" 'care, its mind is with God.' What is the meaning 
"of the action of which the old man spake?" 

The old man said, "He calleth [a man's] care con- 
"cerning God's promises 'action of the fear of God,' 
"wishing to say thus: — If thou art unable to bind thy 
"thought continually in various ways to God, though 
"thou thinkest about His majesty, and His power, and 
"His grace, and thou prayest to Him without ceasing 
"and without wandering [in thy prayer, thy mind can- 
"not be with Him]; but if thou reducest thine under- 
"standing by means of the constant labour of prayer 
"and by the thought which is on God, and more par- 
"ticularly through the war with devils that [accompanieth] 



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"this work, bring down thy mind by degrees from the 
"thought which is about God, and from prayer, and 
"fetter it with the thought which is lower than this, 
"and meditate on the promises of God, and think upon 
"His commandments, and the correction of thyself. And 
"set not free thy mind from spiritual care, and do not 
"make it wander and think the thought of passibility, 
"but fetter thy mind to some thought of excellence, 
"which will make it gain profit. And when it hath 
"rested somewhat, then raise it up on high, and make 
"it to labour in the thought which is of God, and in 
"pure prayer which hath no wandering therein. For 
"as the growth of the capacity of those who are as yet 
"in the grade of bodily prayer and the reading [of the 
"Scriptures] still existeth, even when they are exhausted 
"by standing up and by the singing of the Psalms, and 
"they rest their bodies for a little by sitting down and 
"by meditation upon the reading, and when they have 
"rested their bodies, and their mind hath become en- 
"lightened through the reading, they stand up for 
"service and prayer, so also it is right [Page 903] for 
"those who have arrived at a correct conduct of the 
"mind, and who think continually about God, and who 
"pray to Him without wandering, when they are ex- 
"hausted by this severe labour, to bring down their 
"minds from time to time, and to relieve it by means 
"of thought concerning some profitable subject which 
"is less exalted than the thought about God. And 
"this thought must take the place to them of reading, 
"and they must meditate upon God's promises and 
"commandments, and upon their straightness which is in 
"God; and if some abominable thought knock [at the 
"door of their minds] they must quickly make their 
"minds to enter into prayer and into the thought which 
"is upon God. And if there stir in their heart a 
"thought of passion, as soon as they have refreshed 
"themselves by means of thinking about some profit- 
"able subject, they must make their mind to enter into 



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"the height of prayer, and they must pray without 
"ceasing, and meditate upon God. And from this we 
"know that when the soul meditateth with undersanding 
"upon some profitable subject, or upon some profitable 
"action, its mind is with God, even as the blessed man 
"DiocLES said. Similarly, whensoever a monk thinketh 
"about the passions of sin, or about deeds connected 
"with the world, his mind is with Satan." 

14. The brethren said, "Why is it that the Divine 
"Light did not shine in the hearts of all the monks 
"until a long time after they had been cleansed by 
"labours and contests? And why is it that the light 
"of grace did shine upon some men before they went 
"forth from the world and came to the ascetic life, as 
"it did in the heart of Abraham Kindonaya through 
"the Divine revelation on the day of his feast, and 
"straightway [Page 904] he left his feast, and went 
''forth from the world?" The old man said, "Whenso- 
"ever this light riseth in its order in the hearts of men, 
"according to what the fathers say, it cometh in this 
"wise. First of all Divine Grace maketh a man hot 
"with the love of God, and he hateth all the glories and 
"honours of this world; and next he cometh in a state 
"of poverty to this rule of life, and Divine Grace itself 
"first giveth him the love of labours, and it maketh 
"the things which are hard easy to ^rim. And it 
"protecteth him from the fierce attacks of the war of 
"devils, so that they may not, whensoever they wish 
"and will, assault him, but only according to his strength, 
"and his capacity, and as is convenient for his growth. 
"And thus after many labours and contests, his heart is 
"purified with abundant humility, and he shineth with 
"the light of grace, and he is held to be worthy to 
"see Christ in a revelation of light. And the fathers 
"also said, that in proportion as the monk himself 
"travelleth along the path of ascetic excellences to meet 
"our Lord by means of labours and contests, so doth 
"our Lord advance to meet him with light until they 



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"meet each other, and then the monk remaineth in 
"our Lord by means of labours, and our Lord remaineth 
"in him by means of his light, even as Abba Isaiah 
"said in his interpretation of that which our Lord said, 
"'Remain in Me and I in you.' Thus thou seest, O 
"my brother, that He wisheth us to remain in Him 
"first of all by the labours of righteousness, and then 
"He will remain Himself in us in purity and in light. 
"And the words, 'The monk travelleth along the path 
"'of ascetic excellences until he seeth Him and is illu- 
" 'mined by Him,' explain the verse, 'My soul thirsteth 
"'for Thee, the Living God,' et cetera, 

[Page 905] 15. The brethren said, "Why is it that 
"though the holy fathers incite us continually to the labours 
"of excellence, and to the contending against passions 
"and devils, Abba Isidore restrained Abba Moses the 
"Ethiopian from works, and from contests with devils, 
"saying, 'Rest thee, Moses, and quarrel not with the 
"'devils, and seek not to make attacks upon them, for 
"'there is a measure [/. e., moderation] in everything'? 
"doth this apply also to works and to the labours of 
"the ascetic life?" 

The old man said, "Because at the beginning Abba 
"Moses was ignorant of the rule of the ascetic life, and 
"because he was healthy of body, he worked overmuch, 
"and he thought that he would be able to prevail 
"mightily against devils by the multitude of his works 
"alone, and that he would be able to vanquish them. 
"Therefore, because the devils perceived his object, 
"they attacked him more severely with frequent wars, 
"both secretly and openly, but Abba Isidore, wishing 
"to teach him the truth, and to make him to acquire 
"humility, said unto him, 'Without the power of the 
'"Spirit which our Lord gave us in baptism for the 
"'fulfilling of His commandments, the which is con- 
" 'firmed in us each day by the taking of His Body 
"'and Blood, we cannot be purified from the passions, 
" 'and we cannot vanquish devils, and we cannot per- 



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"form the works of spiritual excellence;' thereupon 
'Abba Moses learned these things, and his thoughts 
'were humbled, and he partook of the Holy Mysteries, 
'and the devils were conquered, and they reduced their 
'war against him, and from that time forward he lived 
'in rest, and knowledge, and peace. [Page 906] Many 
'monks have imagined that their passions would be 
'healed, and that they would acquire soundness of soul 
'merely by their labours and strenuousness, and there- 
'fore they were abandoned by grace, and fell from the 
'truth. For as he who is sick in his body cannot be 
'healed without the physician and medicines, however 
'much he may watch and fast during the time he is 
'taking the medicine, so he who is sick in his soul 
'through the passions of sin, without Christ, the Phy- 
•sician of souls, and without the partaking of His Body 
'and Blood, and the power which is hidden in His 
'commandments, and the humility which is like unto 
'His, cannot be healed of his passions, and cannot re- 
'ceive a perfect cure. Therefore, whosoever fighteth 
'against the passions and the devils by the command- 
'ments of our Lord is healed of the sickness of the 
'passions, and acquireth health of soul, and is delivered 
'from the crafts of the devils." 

16. The brethren said, "With what object did those 
'two monks say to Abba Macarius, 'IF" thou art not 
"able to become a monk like us, sit in thy cell, and 
"weep for thy sins, and thus thou shalt be like us?'" 
The old man said, "Because they knew that, if a man 
'was able to be a solitary in his body, and a dweller 
'in silent contemplation, and a worker both in his soul 
'and in his body, who made himself humble and who 
'wept each day for his sins, and who cut off from 
'himself all memories of every kind of passion and 
'anxious thought, and who meditated only upon God 
'and upon his own correct behaviour, such a man 
'was a monk {or, solitary) in very truth, even as the 
'blessed Evagrius said, 'The monk who is remote 



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" '[Page 907] from the world is he who hath cut off 
" 'from himself all the motions of his passions, and hath 
" 'fastened unto God all the mind of his soul.' " 

17. The brethren said, "Why is it that certain of 
"the Fathers were called Meshannayan^ {z. e., men who 
"transferred themselves from one place to another), 
"since they were recluses, and never departed from 
"their cells?" The old man said, "Because after much 
"silent contemplation, and unceasing prayer, and watch- 
"ing of the mind, they were worthy to depart from 
"the earth in their minds, and to ascend unto heaven 
"to Christ the King. And they did not do this on 
"occasions only, but continually, for whensoever they 
"wished, or whensoever they sang the Psalms, or prayed, 
"or meditated upon God, straightway their mind was 
"exalted to heaven, and stood before our Lord. But 
"there were other [kinds of] 'Me:shannayan]&,' that is 
"to say, those who lived with wild beasts in the de- 
"serts, such as Abba Bessarion, and others who were 
"like unto him." 

18. The brethren said, "What is [the meaning] of 
"the fact that when one of the monks saw a brother 
"in the mountain, he fled from him, and was unable 
"to bear the smell of the children of men?" The old 
man said, "The monk fled because he saw that the 
"brother was carrying silver. And when the brother 
"saw that the monk fled, he cast off his garments and 
"pursued him. And when the monk saw that he had 
"cast off his garments, he waited for him, and wel- 
"comed him gladly, saying, 'Since thou hast cast off 
" 'the matter which is of this world I have waited for 
" 'thee. I was not able to bear [the sight thereof] 
" '[Page 908] because I myself am naked.' I looked 
"beyond my rule of life and saw that he was carrying 
"a burden upon his shoulder like a man who was in 
"the world." 

ig. The brethren said, "Why did the monk not 
"permit that brother who came to him to dwell in the 



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"cave by his side, but did say unto him, 'Thou art not 
"'able to bear up against the attack of devils?'" The 
old man said, "Because he knew his manner of life 
"and works, and also that he possessed not the labours 
"and the strenuousness which were sufhcier.t to make 
"him strong to resist the fierce assault of the savage 
"nature of the devils which make war against the 
"monks. For according to the labour of every man, 
"and according to his striving, and his rule of life and 
"strenuousness, and according as he is able to bear, 
"so much the greater are the ferocity, and the wicked- 
"ness, and the bitterness, and the craftiness of the 
"devils who make war against him. Similarly, when 
"one of the brethren entreated Abba Apellen to allow 
"him to live with him in the desert, he said unto him, 
"'Thou art not able to bear the temptation of the 
"'devils.' Finally, when the brother urged him [to let 
"him do so], he commanded him to dwell in a cave 
"by his side. And the devils came against him in the 
"night and sought to strangle him, until Abba Apellen 
"came, and surrounded the cave with the sign of the 
"Cross, after which the brother was able to live in the 
"cave. For not all monks are able to fight against 
"the devils, but only such as are perfect and humble." 
20. Why is it that the two Romans who went to 
Abba Macarius, did not, during the whole period of 
three years which they lived [near him] come to him 
and ask him, or any other aged man, [Page 909] 
questions about the thoughts.-* The old man said, 
"Because the elder brother was exceedingly wise, and 
"perfect and humble. Had he gone to Abba Macarius, 
"or to one of the other old men, his perfection would 
"have been revealed, and he would have [received] 
"praise throughout Scete from the Fathers, who would 
"have wondered, saying, 'How is it that a young man 
"'hath become perfect in three years?' It is, however, 
"not right for us to make ourselves like unto these 
"two brethren, and to neglect the doctrine of the old 



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"men. As for the two brethren, the elder was perfect, 
"and the younger was humble, and learned from him." 
21. The brethren said, "The history of the triumphs 
"of Bessarion saith that during all the days of his life 
"he dwelt in waste places, and in the desert and in 
"the mountains, and among the rocks. Once having 
"come to a certain monastery, he stood up by the 
"door like a wandering beggar, and then sat down 
"weeping and crying out, even as one who had been 
"rescued from a storm. And when the brethren en- 
"treated him to go in and rest with them, he said, 
" 'Before I find the possessions of my house which I 
"'have lost I cannot endure being under a roof; for 
" 'thieves fell upon me on the sea, and a storm reared 
" 'itself up against me, and I have been robbed of the 
" 'riches which I once possessed, and from being a man 
" 'of high estate I am become of no account.' Now what 
"were the riches which [he inherited] from his parents 
"and lost? And what does this [story] mean? Who 
"are [Page 910] parents? What does he refer to by 
"the words 'sea, and storms, and waves?' Who were 
"the thieves? Are these words spoken of himself or 
"of the other persons?" The old man said, "These 
"things are said of all the monks who are still striving 
"and contending against passions and devils, and who 
"are lacking at the present time purity of heart, and 
"fruits of the spirit, and visions of our Lord, and they 
"are not spoken of men who are perfect as he was. 
"The word 'sea' he applieth to the sea of the mind 
"whereon the monk saileth with works of spiritual 
"excellence, wherefrom he entereth the haven of 
"impassibility, even as the blessed Macarius saith, 
" 'He who wisheth to cleave the sea of the mind, 
" 'maketh himself longsuffering.' And he calleth temp- 
"tations 'storms,' and the passions 'waves', and the 
" 'thieves' are devils, and his 'parents' are the Father, 
"and the Son, and the Holy Ghost, One God, in 
"Whose image and likeness we are made, even as our 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IOI5 

''Creator said, 'Come, let us make man in our image 
'• 'and likeness,' and also as our Lord said, 'Be ye like 
" 'unto your Father, Who is in heaven.' And he calledi 
"the spiritual excellences, which contain likenesses of 
"the similitude of our Father, Who is in heaven, and 
"which make us heirs of God, and sons of the in- 
"heritance of Jesus Christ, by the name of 'riches and 
"'possessions of his parents,' and these are faith, and 
"hope, and the love of God and man, and joy, and 
"rest, and peace, and graciousness, and pleasantness, 
"and lowliness, and humility, and longsuffering, and 
"patient endurance, and integrity, and simplicity, and 
"purity, and mercy, and cleanness of heart, and the 
"holy light of the mind, and pure prayer, and the 
"divine light which riseth on the heart at the hour of 
"prayer, [Page 911] and spiritual prayer, and Divine 
"knowledge, and the visions and revelations of our 
"Lord. These are the possessions of the soul, some 
"of which it acquireth naturally, and some by Divine 
"Grace; now those which it acquireth naturally are they 
"which the Creator sowed in its nature at the begin- 
"ning of its creation, and those which it acquireth by 
"Divine Grace are they which are bestowed upon it 
"by the baptism in Christ. And these possessions are 
"lost to a man through pleasures, and honours, and 
"lusts, and benefits, but they are founds and acquired, 
"and the soul waxeth rich in them, through tribulations, 
"and revilings, and oppression, and hardships. Now 
"although Abba Bessarion, and men who were as per- 
"fect as he was, possessed these things, other men lack 
"them and are strangers unto them. [And as regards 
"the words] 'He once came to a certain monastery, 
'"and sat down outside the door like a wandering 
"'beggar,' [they mean that] he saw clearly with the 
"secret eye of the mind that the greater number of 
"the monks were destitute of this spiritual possession, 
"and of the spiritual excellences and gifts which have 
"been already mentioned. And being incited thereto 



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"by the law of affection and of brotherly love, he cried 
"out and wept on their behalf, as if it had been on his 
"own, and he made supplication to the loving-kindness 
"of God that He would make them worthy of the 
"riches of His love, and of the possession of His 
"Grace." 

22. The brethren said, "What were the nine spiritual 
"excellences which that holy man possessed, and what 
"did he lack.'*" The old man said, "[Page 912] Al- 
"though they are not written down I think that they 
"were as follows: — i. Voluntary poverty. 2. Abstinence. 
"3. Constant evening fasting. 4. Vigil. 5. The recital 
"of the whole of the Book of the Psalms seven times 
"during the night and day. 6. The reading of the 
"Holy Books between times. 7. Lowliness. 8. Humi- 
"lity. 9. Love of man. These are the nine spiritual 
"excellences which he possessed, and by means of 
"them he vanquished all passions. By poverty he over- 
"came the love of money. By abstinence he con- 
"quered unbridled appetite and gluttony. By fasting 
"he overcame the passion of the love of the belly. 
"By vigil he vanquished sleep. By the recital of the 
"Psalms he did away idleness. By reading he kept 
"away the converse of evil. By lowliness he dispelled 
"wrath and anger. By humility he overcame vain 
"glory and pride. By love of man he conquered 
"hatred, and spite, and enmity. Now the spiritual ex- 
"cellence which he lacked, and which is the tenth, was 
"the constant fervour of the love of God, which is in 
"our Lord Jesus Christ, and this can [only] be gathered 
"together, and stablished and acquired by the secret 
"prayer of the mind, which is unceasing and wandereth 
"not, and by the strict and constant suppression of the 
"thoughts of the passions, and the incitements of devils, 
"when they first begin to bestir themselves in the 
"heart. And because among all the works of ascetic 
"excellence there is none more difficult [to do] than 
"this, for, even as the blessed Macarius said, 'All the 



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" 'fightings and fierce, and crafty, and evil temptations 
" 'of the devils are set in array against it,' the holy 
"man is not able easily to become perfect [Page 913] 
"in the love of Christ, which is acquired by the con- 
"centration of the mind and by deep thought about 
"God. Therefore the blessed Evagrius said, *If thou 
"'canst overcome the wandering of the thoughts, it 
" 'is the end of all ends; and if thou canst make deep 
" 'thought about God have dominion in thee, thou canst 
" 'overcome all passions, and thou shalt be worthy of 
"'the perfection of the love of Christ.' By the love 
"of man and by the other virtues a monk may, by 
"the help of God, vanquish all the passions; but by 
"the love of Christ he shall conquer the evil passion 
"of the love of the soul, which is the first of all the 
"passions, and which embraceth them all, even as 
"Saint EvAGRius said, 'The first of all the passions is 
" 'the thought of the love of the soul, and after it come 
"'the following eight.' And again he said, 'Conquer 
" 'the strife of the love of the soul which is in thy 
" 'bosom, by that which is towards God.' For until 
"the monk is worthy of this love, he is unable to ac- 
"quire exact consolation from the remainder of the 
"labours of the other spiritual excellences, even though 
"it be that he obtaineth assistance from them, as Abba 
"Isaiah said, 'Although the children of Leah were a 
" 'help to Jacob, yet he loved Joseph most of all, and 
"'when Joseph was born, he wished to leave Laban 
" 'and to go to his parents,' that is to say, When a 
"monk hath become worthy, and hath acquired the 
"perfect love of Christ, which is stablished by silent 
"contemplation, and the power to pray without ceasing, 
"and his soul is at all times rejoicing and exulting with 
"gladness, he will not be content to remain in this 
"life; but each and every day he will be desiring 
"eagerly and longing to depart [Page 914] from the 
"body, and to be with our Lord in Paradise, which 
"is the habitation of the spirits of just men who have 



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"become perfect, and the holy country which is exalted 
"above the passions, and devils, and the striving of 
"those who cultivate the virtues until the revelation 
"of our Lord Jesus, Who loveth to make perfect a 
"man with the never-ending happiness of His love in a 
"glorious kingdom." 

23. The brethren said, "Explain to us the course 
"of life and labour of the old man [who made] baskets, 
"[and dropped] small stones into them." The old man 
said, "The course of life of that old man was one 
"which was of the mind, and it was stern, and ex- 
"cellent, and it swiftly brought the monk unto purity 
"of heart. And as concerning that which he said, 'I 
" 'set two baskets, one on my right hand and one on 
" 'my left, &c.' it doth not [mean] that he sat the whole 
"day with his baskets round him, but that his two 
"baskets were set in two places. And he himself was 
"occupied with service and prayer, and with his toil, 
"and for every thought, good or bad, which entered 
"his mind he cast a pebble [into the baskets], that is 
"to say, the labour is very severe for the man for a 
"certain time at thq beginning, because the devils are 
"envious at the purity of heart which is acquired by 
"him, and therefore they afflicted this old man also for 
"a long time with the multitude of evil thoughts which 
"were stirring in him, even as he said, 'Many days I 
"'have eaten nothing, because the good thoughts did 
"'not outnumber the bad ones.' Now he used to 
"[Page 915] afflict his body with the labour of much 
"fasting, so that he might do away the evil thoughts, 
"because it is not the soul only which feeleth the 
"labours of the body, its counterpart through its union 
"with it, but also those devils which wage war against 
"the soul, and they feel the labours of the body more 
"than doth the soul. For immediately the devils see 
"the monk afflicting his body with labours, they become 
"afraid, and stagger about, because they are more tor- 
"mented by the labours than is the man who is 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IOI9 

"engaged In them. Therefore the blessed Evagrius, 
"when the demon of fornication assailed him, stripped 
"off his tunic and stood tlie whole night long, in the 
"season of winter, under the open sky, and by these 
"means he made the demon to suffer pain, and he fled 
"from him. And again, when the demon of blasphemy 
"attacked him, he stood naked under the open sky, in 
"the season of winter, for forty days. And because 
"the thought of gluttony stirred in the heart of Abba 
"Zeno, and made him to eat a cucumber by stealth, he 
"crucified his soul in the sun, during the season of 
"summer, for five days. In this wise the holy men 
*'were afflicting themselves with labours and tribulations, 
"and when the devils were stirring up in them the 
"thoughts of sin, the demons were afflicted and tor- 
"tured far more than they thereby. Now the demons 
"were afflicted and tormented by the labours of the 
"patient endurance of the monks not only in their 
"minds but in their persons, through the operation of 
"the holy angels, and by the command of God, even 
"as, on one occasion, one of the devils was tortured 
"the whole night in the cell of those two brethren who 
"were brothers naturally, [Page 916] when he wished 
"to separate them from each other. For when the 
"younger brother lighted a lamp the devil threw down 
"the candlestick, and extinguished the H^ht, whereupon 
"the [elder] brother smote him [on] the cheek; and 
"the other brother expressed his contrition, and said, 
" 'My brother, have patience, and I will light the lamp 
"'[again].' And when God saw the patient endurance 
"and humility of the young man, He commanded his 
"angel, and he fettered the devil the whole night long 
"in their cell; and the devil was tormented therein 
"until the morning because of that [blow on] the cheek 
"which he made the one brother to suffer from the 
"other through his wicked agency; and that wicked 
"devil was fettered and tortured the whole night long. 
"And the devils are tortured not only when we afflict 



I020 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

''our bodies with labours, in order that we may not 
"consent to the will of devils, but also when they stir 
"up in us evil thoughts; if we constrain ourselves a 
"little, and cast them from us, at the same time calling 
"our Lord to our assistance, straightway the holy 
"angels which cleave unto us will constrain the demons, 
"and will drive them away from us, and we shall 
"be full of light, and of fervour, and of gladness. 
"Even as one of the demons said to Abba Pachomius, 
" 'A certain monk, against whom I wage war, is very 
"'strenuous, and whensoever I draw nigh unto him to 
" 'sow evil thoughts in him, he betaketh himself to 
" 'prayer, and I, though burning with fire, have to 
"'depart from his presence blazing (?), even like iron 
"'which hath been thoroughly well [heated] in the fire.' 
"Now monks are, at the beginning [of their career] 
"afflicted [Page 917] for a long time, not only by the 
"stirring up of the evil thoughts themselves, but also 
"by their tarrying in the heart; but after a known* 
"time, a man receiveth strength from our Lord, through 
"their tarrying, and also after a known* time their 
"motion is restrained, and then the monk also hath 
"rest from strivings, and he is held to be worthy of 
"purity of heart. For at the beginning of the strivings 
"the devils stir up evil thoughts in the heart mightily; 
"sometimes, however, these are destroyed through 
"prayer at the very beginning of their movement, and 
"sometimes they remain. And afterwards the mind 
"becometh strong against them, and doth not permit 
"them to tarry altogether in the heart, but it is as 
"yet unable to restrain their violent movement, and 
"the tribulation [which they cause], even as one of the 
"old men said, '1 carried on a strife for twenty years 
" 'in order that an evil thought might not enter my 
" 'heart, and until the ninth hour I used to see Satan 
" 'with his bow drawn to shoot an arrow into my 

' /. e., a considerable time. 



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1 02 I 



'"heart. And when he found no opportunity of doing 
" 'this, he would become dejected and go away ashamed 
" 'each day.' Now the old man [of whom we first 
"spake] held fast to his rule in respect of the baskets, 
"and though he was afflicted for a long time by the 
"motion of evil thoughts, and sometimes even by 
"their tarrying in his heart, finally he received power 
"over their tarrying only, for their rising up remained 
"for a considerable time. And having laboured in 
"striving for twenty years against the [Page 918] motion 
"of the thoughts, finally he became strong [enough to 
"resist them], and he overcame them. And the devils 
"fled from him, and he arrived at a state of purity, 
"and at the haven of impassibility, and he was held to 
"be worthy of revelations." 

24. The brethren said, "If the holy men themselves 
"afflict themselves with labours of tribulation because 
"of the tarrying of the evil thoughts which bestir them- 
"selves in them, and if they sin against God though 
"not consenting to them, why should we toil against 
"the motion of the devils? For behold, even as the 
"blessed Evagrius said, 'Whether they fight against 
" 'us or not, the matter is not in our hands.' " ' The 
old man said, "The perfection of the monks ariseth 
"from a spiritual rule of life, and a spiritual rule of 
"life cometh from purity of heart, and!-purity of heart 
"from divine vision; 'Blessed are those who are pure 
"'in heart, for they shall see God.' When, therefore, 
"a monk laboureth, and afflicteth himself because of 
"the motion of evil thoughts, in order to prevent their 
"remaining for a long time in his heart, and when 
"after a considerable time his heart becometh pure, 
"there remaineth disgust only therein, and it vexeth 
"the mind of the monk, and preventeth his ascent to 
"God, and cutteth off his journeying to Him, and doth 
"not allow him to enjoy the vision of glory. Now 



* Literally, "is not of us." 



I02 2 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"when a monk worketh for a considerable time because 
"of the motion of evil thoughts [in him], God hath 
"compassion upon his trouble, and not only doth 
"his heart become cleansed, and his soul pure from 
"every thought of evil, but he is also held to be 
"worthy of the sight of our Lord in a revelation of 
"light, and henceforth, the devils never again dare 
"[Page 919] to stir up evil thoughts in the heart of 
"him that hath been esteemed worthy of this great 
"thing. And should it happen that they dare so to 
"do, they suffer pain and burn even as he suffereth 
"who is hot, and who kicketh away with his feet the 
"piercing goads of iron which glow with heat in the 
"fire. During the interval between the beginning of 
"the strife against evil thoughts and [the attainment 
"of] purity of heart, the devils sometimes vex the 
"monk, and sometimes are vexed by him, even as the 
"blessed Evagrius said, 'If those who go down to the 
"'conflict afflict [others], they are themselves afflicted;' 
"so the devils afflict us, and they are also afflicted by 
"us. They afflict us when we receive their evil 
"thoughts, and they are afflicted by us when we, by 
"means of prayer and wrath, hide {i. e., suppress) their 
"thoughts. When, then, we labour and afflict ourselves 
"for a considerable time in order that their thoughts 
"may not tarry in us, we also afflict ourselves with 
"labours and prayer so that they may not vex and 
"hinder us by [their] violent motion, and afterwards 
"power is given unto us by our Lord to lift ourselves 
"up upon the necks of our enemies, and thenceforward 
"our heart resteth and is at peace, not only from the 
"perception of their thoughts, but from all the violence 
"of their motion. And the peace and rest of God 
"rule over our souls, and we see that there remaineth 
"only the war which is manifest of the visions of 
"devils until the time of death merely to terrify us, 
"so that we may not be exalted [unduly] and destroy 
"ourselves. And should it happen that the devils stir 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO23 

"up thoughts in the heart of him that hath been made 
"perfect, straightway they become extinguished, even 
"as fire is extinguished when water falleth thereon." 
[Page 920]. 

25. The brethren said, "Why do the devils fear 
"the labours of the monks, even as the Fathers say, 
" 'If thou wishest the devils to be afraid of thee, des- 
" 'pise lusts?'" The old man said, "They are afraid 
"because of three things. i. First. Because our 
"Lord treated with contempt three kinds of passions, 
"wherein are included and contained all the various 
"classes of passions, and these are they: the love of 
"the belly, the love of money, and vain glory. By 
"means of these the Calumniator fought against our 
''Redeemer, and through His constancy in the wilder- 
"ness, and silent contemplation, and fasting, and prayer, 
"He overcame Satan; therefore all the monks who 
"travel in His footsteps, and who by means of fasting, 
"and prayer, and silent contemplation, hide away all 
"the thoughts of sin, and who perform their labours 
"in righteousness, our Lord maketh to conquer by 
"His strength, and He vanquisheth the devils who are 
"their enemies. And as the demons fear and tremble, 
"not only by reason of the Crucifixion of Christ, 
"but even at the sign of the Cross, wheresoever it be 
"made apparent, whether it be depicGsd upon a gar- 
"ment, or whether it be made in the air, so also do 
"the devils fear and tremble, not only by reason of the 
"labours of our Lord and His constancy in the wilder- 
"ness, but also at the existence of the monks in the 
"wilderness, and at their silent contemplation, and their 
"fasting, and their prayers, and their patient persistence 
"in the performance of difficult labours, which take 
"place for Christ's sake. Therefore on one occasion 
"Abba Macarius said unto Palladius, 'Speak to the 
'"devils which war against thee with disgust, and 
"'sluggishness, and despair: if I had no labours of 
" 'spiritual excellence, nevertheless for the sake of Christ 



I024 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

*"I would guard these walls, [Page 921] and His Name 
'"would be sufficient for the redemption of my life.' 
"2. Secondly. The war and contest which the devils 
"[wage] against the monks possess both rule and 
"system, and they are neither irregular nor unsyste- 
"matic. And as when the devils stir up the monks 
"by means of evil thoughts of sin, and the monks 
"accept them, and consent to them, and let themselves 
"be incited to commit sin thereby, straightway their 
"souls become dark, and remote from God, and sorely 
"afflicted, and ashamed, and guilty, and weak and 
"miserable, so when their souls accept not these thoughts, 
"and they do not consent to them, and do not allow 
"themselves to be incited to sin thereby, but drive 
"them away and cast them out as soon as ever they 
"begin to have motion [in them], and call upon our 
"Lord to help them, straightway all the former things 
"which come against the monks, inasmuch as they do 
"not acquiesce in their incitings, are hurled upon the 
"demons with greatly intensified force, and they become 
"ashamed, and tremble, and are destroyed, even as 
"the blessed Mark said, 'As he who breaketh into a 
" 'house which is not his own taketh to flight with fear 
" 'and trembling as soon as he heareth the voice of 
"'the master of the house, so also doth Satan,' &c. 
"3. Thirdly. Because without labours and humility we 
"who are rational beings are unable to please God, 
"and because without them neither men nor angels 
"can enjoy His love and His blessings, therefore also 
"the demons and devils, which live wholly in a state 
"of pride and laxity, [cannot enjoy them]." 

26. The brethren said, "Why is it that although 
"the Fathers gave the admonition, [Page 922] 'When- 
" 'soever a demon appeareth unto a man in any form 
" 'whatsoever, let that man make the sign of the Cross, 
" 'and pray, and that similitude will disappear,' we see 
"that on several occasions the devils still remain, and 
"not in appearance only, but also in terrors, which 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATFIERS. IO25 



"remain for a long time, and in many cases in blows 
"and stripes?" The old man said, "The holy Fathers 
"gave the admonition because it would apply in the 
"majority of cases. For since our Redeemer was cru- 
"cified for us, and since He exposed to disgrace the 
"Rulers and Dominions, which are evil demons, and 
"put them to shame openly by His Person, even as it 
"is written, from that time onwards, whensoever they 
"have made themselves visible to the adorers of Christ 
"in divers form [to do them] harm, as soon as a man 
"hath made mention of the Name of Christ, and hath 
"signed himself with the sign of the Cross, the devils 
"have fled straightway, and their forms have disappeared. 
"And this happeneth not only in the case of holy men, 
"and perfect men, but also in respect of ordinary men 
"who possess shortcomings." 

27. The brothers said, "Why was the blessed 
"MARTivANA, after all the great ascetic practices which 
"he had acquired, and the gifts of the spirit which he 
"had received, and after he had burned his fingers for 
"the sake of the harlot, still afraid of the war of for- 
"nication, and why, having gone and dwelt in the island 
"in the sea for thirty years, did he not stay [for] a 
"season with that woman whom he had brought up from 
"the sea, but cast himself in the sea being afraid of 
"the contest?" The [Page 923] old man-^aid, "Because 
"the whole strength of the demon of fornication was 
"discharged upon him, and he was, therefore, properly 
"afraid. For those who have not with them this war 
"[Page 924] in all its fierceness imagine that they have 
"overcome it, but let them not boast themselves, and 
"let them know the truth, that is to say, they have 
"not vanquished the demon of fornication, and it is only 
"that he hath not waged war against them with all 
"his strength, because he hath not been permitted so 
"to do, and he hath not been permitted to do so be- 
"cause of their feebleness and laxity. For the war of 
"fornication which cometh upon a man only attacketh 

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I026 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 



"him in the degree which he is able to bear. For, 
"behold, the great and famous Fathers who endured 
"this war in all its severity for a long time were always 
"in a state of fear and trepidation, as was also Abba 
"Arsenius, who was a man eighty years old; and when 
"the noble lady came to him and said, 'Remember me 
" 'in thy prayers,' he did not hesitate to say, 'I will 
"'pray to God that He may blot the remembrance of 
" 'thee out of my heart' And by means of this which 
"he spake, he put to shame the demon of fornication, 
"and shewed how great was the hatred for this unclean 
"passion that warreth against the holy men which he 
"possessed." 

[The story of MartInyana and the harlot is as fol- 
lows: — There was a certain monk who dwelt in the 
desert, and whose name was MARTiNYANA, and he laboured 
in great works, and God wrought by his hands many 
mighty deeds, and he was applauded by all men. Now 
when Satan, the Evil One, saw that he was greatly 
applauded, he became bitterly angry, and he wished 
to distract and to withdraw him from his rule of life 
and ascetic labours. One day Satan saw that many 
folk were glorifying him, and he went and dwelt in a 
certain harlot, and he sent her to the blessed man in 
order to make him fall. So the harlot took her attire, 
and placed it in a bag, and went to the holy man, 
and when she arrived at his abode it was evening; 
and she knocked at the door and said, "O Saint 
"MARTiNYANA, Open the door to me, so that the wild 
"beasts may not eat me." Now the holy man thought 
that she was a phantom, and he rose up and prayed, 
and since meanwhile she ceased not to cry out, he 
rose up from his prayer, and opened the door to her, 
and said to her, "Whence comest thou to me, O devil.'*" 
And she said, "[My] companions have forsaken me on 
"the road, and I wandered about in the desert, and 
"have arrived hither;" and he left her [there], and 
went into the inner cell, and shut the door thereof 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO27 

between himself and her. And after the old man had 
laid down to sleep, the harlot arrayed herself in her 
attire, and put on her ornaments, and then sat down; 
and when the morning had come, the old man went 
forth from his cell, and seeing her dressed he said to 
her, "Whence art thou? What is thy business?" And 
she said, "I am the daughter of people of high degree, 
"and my parents are dead, and they have left me 
"great wealth. I heard that thou wast a great man, 
"and I have come to thee, and I beg thee to come to 
"my house, and take me to wife, and we will live on 
"thy excellence." Then the old man said unto her, 
"How can I forsake my labour and my rule of life, 
"and take thee to wife, and fall from my covenant?" 
And she said unto him, "What sin is there in it? Did 
"not Adam and all the Fathers take wives, and Noah, 
"and Abraham, from whose seed Christ hath risen?" 
Now by repeating these and such like things, she well 
nigh succeeded in leading the holy man away captive, 
and he said unto her, "O woman, tarry a little so that 
"I may see, lest peradventure some one may come 
"and see us." And having gone up to the roof to 
look, he woke up in his mind, and he made a flame 
of fire and stood up in it, and stayed in the fire until 
he burnt his toes; and when the harlot saw this, she 
fell down at his feet and wept, saying,*"'! have sinned 
"against God and thee," and she revealed unto him 
the whole truth, [saying], "I repent." And the holy 
man sent her to a nunnery, and he remained in his 
cell until his feet were healed of the burning of the 
fire. And after he was healed of his sickness, he rose 
up and went and dwelt in an island in the sea, where 
there were neither women nor men.] 

28. The brethren said, "What is the meaning of 
"that which one of the old men said, 'If thou seest the 
"wings of ravens flying about thou wilt also see the 
" 'prayer of him that is oppressed in mind being exalted?'" 
The old man said, "As the ravens which are called 

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I02 8 qOestions of the brethren, 

";=Lii do not in the course of their flight mount upwards 
"to the height of heaven like the eagle, but fly close 
"to the surface of the ground and wheel about [seek- 
"ing] for their [Page 925] unclean food, so is the mind 
"of the man who is not fervent in the love of God, 
"and who is continually in a state of sluggishness and 
"dejection, for when he standeth up for service or for 
"prayer, his thought will not be exalted to the height 
"of the love of Christ, but his mind will wander after 
"evil passions." 

29. The brethren said, "An old man said, 'If thou 
" 'seest a young man who, in his desire, ascendeth unto 
" 'heaven, take hold of his foot and sweep him hence, 
'"for in this way thou wilt help him;' what is the 
"meaning of the words, 'who in his desire ascendeth 
"'unto heaven?'" The old man said, "This resembleth 
"that which Isaiah spake, 'If the mind seeketh to ascend 
" 'to the Cross before the feelings cease from feebleness, 
" 'the wrath of God shall come upon him because he 
" 'hath begun to do something which is beyond his 
" 'capacity, without having first of all cured his feelings.' 
"Now certain of the beginners in the ascetic life are 
"so silly and bold as to dare to undertake things which 
"are far above their capacity and their strength; they 
"do not wish to learn, and they will not be persuaded 
"by the commands of their Fathers, but, without having 
"lived the proper period of time in the coenobium, they 
"dare to enter the cell, even as it is written concerning 
"one of the brethren in the Book of Paradise, for im- 
"mediately he had received the garb of the monk, he 
"went and shut himself up as a solitary recluse, saying, 
"'I am a monk of the desert;' and the Fathers went 
"and brought him out into the monastery [again], 
"There are others, too, who seek to shut themselves up 
"for a week at a time, and [Page 926] it in no wise 
"helpeth them; and there are others, the children of 
"this world, who at the beginning of their careers 
"imitate the exalted rule of life of the Fathers, and 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO29 

"who imagine that they can imitate the rule of the 
"mind, that is to say, of the spirit, when as yet they 
"have not fulfilled the rule of the body. Therefore 
"their lives and works are not open to the Fathers, 
"and they will [not] receive correction, but they live 
"according to their own desire, and they are delivered 
"over into the hands of the devils who make a mock 
"of them." 

30. The brethren said, "One of the brethren asked 
Abba Poemen, saying, 'My body is feeble, and I cannot 
"'lead an ascetic life.' Abba Poemen said unto him, 
"'Canst thou lead the ascetic life in thy thought, and 
"'not permit it to go with deceit to thy neighbour.'*' 
"Tell us how the feeble man was able to lead the 
"ascetic life in his thoughts." The old man said, 
"This question belongeth closely, both in order and 
"meaning, to that which a certain brother asked Abba 
"Poemen, saying, 'My body is feeble, but my thoughts 
"'are not' Now in the former case he spake having 
"regard to those who were afraid that through pains 
"and sickness they would become negligent of the 
"labours of spiritual excellence, and, in a different 
"manner, that they might fall into pains and sickness 
"by way of punishment; in the latter case he spake 
"having regard to those who had toiled for a very 
"long time in the labours of self-denial, and who had 
"finally become enfeebled, either through old age, or 
"through pains and sicknesses, and who were ceasing 
"from ascetic labours. Now this is what AbbA Poemen 
"[meant] when he said, 'If thou art not now able, by 
"'reason of thy weakness, to [Page 927] toil in the 
" 'labours of the body as thou didst formerly, toil in 
" 'the labours of the soul, that is to say, the ruling of 
" 'the thoughts, which is the ruling of the mind ; if thou 
"'art unable to fast from meats, fast from evil thoughts; 
"'and if thou art no longer able, through the weak- 
" 'ness of the body, to stand up and to recite as many 
"'Psalms as formerly, make thy mind to stand up be- 



1030 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"'fore our Lord, and pray before Him vigilantly with 
" 'the prayer which is secret and pure, and be tranquil, 
"'and humble, and pleasant, and good, and forgiving, 
'"and merciful; and endure thy sickness and weakness 
" 'with praise, and make no man to be sorry by thy 
"'tongue; and judge not, and blame not, and condemn 
" 'not thy brother in thy heart. Now these excellences 
" 'may be cultivated in the soul with the labours of the 
'"mind and not those of the body, and they are not 
'"impeded by the weakness of the body.'" 

31. The brethren said, "Why is it that the monks 
"are obliged to go round about begging for the meat 
"and raiment of which they have need, like those who 
"are in the world, although our Lord promised them, 
"saying, 'Seek ye first the kingdom of God and its 
"'righteousness, and that of which ye have need shall 
"'be given to you.-*'"^ The old man said, "This [say- 
"ing] is a proof of the wisdom and grace of God 
"towards those who are in the world, for, in the majority 
"of cases, the righteousness of the children of this world 
"consisteth of alms and compassion; but the children 
"of light are righteous men and monks who, in their 
"persons, and in their members, and in their thoughts, 
"serve our Lord. And God hath made the monks to 
"have need of the children of this world because of 
"His love, so that they may care each for the other, 
"and may pray each for the other, that is [Page 928] 
"to say, the children of the world must care for the 
"monks, and the monks must pray in love for them. 
"And as the children of the world make the monks 
"associates with them in the corporeal things of the 
"world, the monks must make the children of the world 
"to be associates with them in the things of heaven, 
"for our Lord spake to the children of the world, 
"saying, 'Make ye to yourselves friends of this mam- 
"mon of iniquity, so that when they have become 

» St. Matthew vi. 33. 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO3I 



"'perfect they may receive you into their tabernacles 
•"which are for ever.''" 

32. The brethren said, "What is the difference 
"between [the words], *I will dwell in you,' and 'I will walk 
'"in you,' which God spake concerning the righteous? 
"And what is the meaning of 'dwelling,' and 'walking?'" 
The old man said, "God dwelleth in the saints through 
"the constant remembrance with which they remember 
"Him, as they marvel at Him, and His works; but He 
"walketh in them by means of His visions and re- 
"velations [which He sendeth] upon them as they 
"marvel at His majesty, and rejoice continually in His 
"love." 

33. The brethren said, "With how many, and with 
"what names is the meditation upon God called?" The 
old man said, "Its names are six, and they are as fol- 
"lows: — I. Hope in God. 2. The state of being bound 
"to our Lord. 3. Continuance with God. 4. Persist- 
"ence in all the good works of God. 5. Holding fast 
"to God. 6. Dependence upon God. Hope in God 
"[meaneth], fix ye your gaze upon Him, and hope in 
"Him, that is to say, meditate ye upon Him. Being 
"tied to our Lord [meaneth] that we should be bound 
"to our Lord, and should fast and pray, until the old 
"man cometh to an end, both without and within. 
"[Page 929]. Continuance with God^is the state of 
"being gratified through Him. Persistence [meaneth] 
"that we should possess persistence in the Lord in all 
"the good works of God. Holding fast to God 
"[meaneth], 'Cut off from thyself all cares which are 
'"not of Him, and let thy mind fasten its gaze upon 
'"God only.' Dependence upon God [meaneth] 'Hang 
'"thyself upon God,' to Whom be glory {or, praise)! 
"Amen." 

34. The brethren said, "An old man was asked a 
"question by one of the brethren, who spake thus: — 

' St. Luke XVI. 9. 



1032 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

" 'If I am in a state of admiration of God, and in purity 
"'oi soul, and the time of prayer arriveth, ought I to 
"'come to prayer or not?' And the old man said, 
'"What man who possesseth riches will make himself 
"'poor?' Explain to us the meaning of the words of the 
"holy man." The old man said, "The holy man calleth 
"'admiration of God and purity [of soul]' that to which 
"the blessed Mark gave the name 'meditation upon 
" 'God' and 'atmosphere of freedom.' There are some 
"brethren whose hearts become pure after labours and 
"great strivings, and they become worthy of pure 
"prayer, and their hearts also become illumined from 
"time to time by the light of pivine Grace, and they 
"attain to the meditation which is on God, and to the 
"spiritual understandings which are superior to custom. 
"The Fathers would not permit the men who attained 
"to this capacity, when they were standing in the purity 
"of soul of this nature, and in the atmosphere which 
"was free from trouble, and when the beater struck 
"the board, and the season for prayer arrived, to leave 
"this enjoyable meditation, and to stand up and sing 
"the Psalms, but they [allowed] them to remain therein 
"[Page 930] until it had come to an end. For a man 
"to sing the Psalms and to perform the service could 
"always be found, but such meditation and such purity 
"of the understanding, and the atmosphere of freedom 
"could not at all times be acquired, and a man is neither 
"able nor hath the power to attain to this state when- 
"soever he pleaseth, for it is a gift from heaven which 
"is given by our Lord from time to time to him that 
"is worthy thereof. For this reason one of the Fathers 
"gave the following commandment: — If a man enjoy eth 
"such meditation whilst he be standing up at the ser- 
"vice, let him not interrupt it until it cometh to an 
"end, for such meditation filleth the place of the service 
"of the Psalms. See then that thou drivest not away 
"from thee the gift of God, and let thy subservience 
''{or, submission) to the same stand firm; but it is right 



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"to know that certain brethren have not as yet at- 
"tained to meditation of this kind. They have thought 
"that these words were spoken for every man and 
"for men of every kind of capacity, and ahhough their 
"minds have been illumined somewhat by the Psalms 
"and prayers, they have relaxed the fulfilment of the 
"canon of their service, wherein are placed their con- 
"solation, and their wages, and their profit, and have 
"occupied themselves [with the meditation], but on 
"several . occasions they have been interrupted in the 
"meditation which hath come to them by the devils. 
"It is, therefore, not right for the brethren who are 
"beginners in the ascetic life to do this, but they should 
"commit their life and works and meditation wholly to 
"God, and if it should happen that this meditation 
"cometh to them, let them reveal the matter to one of 
"the old men who is acquainted with such things, so 
"that the demons may not lead them astray and work 
"their destruction." 

35. The brethren said, "By what means did the 
"Fathers sing the [Page 931] Psalms of the Holy Spirit 
"without wondering [of mpd]?" The old man said, 
"First of all they accustomed themselves whensoever 
"they stood up to sing the service in their cells to 
"labour with great care to collect their minds from 
"wandering, and to understand the7-meaning of the 
"Psalms, and they took care never to let one word 
''{or, verse) escape them without their knowing the 
"meaning thereof, not as a mere matter of history, 
"like the interpreters, and not after the manner of the 
"translator, like Basil and John [Chrysostom], but 
"spiritually, according to the interpretation of the 
"Fathers, that is to say, they applied all the Psalms 
"to their own lives and works, and to their passions, 
"and to their spiritual life, and to the wars which the 
"devils waged against them. Each man did thus ac- 
"cording to his capacity, whether he was engaged in 
"a rule of life for the training of the body, or of the 



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"soul, or of the spirit, even as it is written, 'Blessed 
" 'are the people who know Thy praises, O Lord,' that 
"is to say, Blessed is the monk who, whilst glorifying 
"Thee with praise, collecteth his mind from wandering, 
"and understandeth clearly the knowledge and meaning 
"of the Psalms of the spirit, even as it is written, Sing 
"ye unto God with praise, sing ye unto our King. 
"When then a man singeth the service in this manner, 
"and payeth attention to the meaning of the verse, he 
"acquireth daily the faculty of singing a song mingled 
"with the meditation of God and with the gaze [which 
"is fixed] upon Him. And after the time in which he 
"hath arrived at the spiritual rule of life, immediately 
"a monk hath begun to sing the Psalms, though one 
"or two sections of them become too great for him, 
"he is permitted to sing them with understanding and 
"with the meditation which is on God, and he refraineth 
"from the customary Psalms, [Page 932] and he singeth 
"a song which is superior [to that of] body and flesh, 
"and which is like unto that of angels, even as the 
"Fathers say." 

36. The brethren said, "By means of what thoughts 
"of excellence may the children of this world not be 
"offended by the monks, when they see or hear con- 
"cerning the stumblings {or, lapses) which come upon 
"them through the frailty of [their] nature, and from 
"the wars of the devils?" The old man said, "When they 
"consider and look upon the monks as frail men, who 
"are clothed with a body which is full of passions, who 
"although they are monks and are striving to imitate 
"the life and deeds of angels, yet owing to the weak- 
"ness of their bodies, and the inclination of their souls, 
"and the need which cleaveth unto them, and the 
"strivings of the devils against them, the children of 
"the world will see that it is quite impossible that the 
"monks should not be snared, involuntarily, by certain 
"weaknesses. For behold, some of the perfect men 
"[mentioned] in the Old and New Testaments were 



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"caught in snares, against their will, through the frailty 
"of their nature and the war of the devils, as, for ex- 
"ample, the blessed and perfect men Moses, and Aaron, 
"and David, and Samson, and Hezekiah, and Peter, and 
"Paul." 

37. The brethren said, "Why do the monks who 
"have led a life of hard labour become in their old 
"age silly, and simple, and act in a foolish way like 
"children and drunken men?" The old man said, 
"Because all the ascetic excellences which God hath 
"placed in the nature of their souls, and which appear 
"in them from their youth up, perish through the re- 
"laxing of the will, and through the love of the body, 
"and the war of the devils, and finally through labours 
"and contendings. Sometimes they receive them from 
"our Lord as gifts, [Page 933] even as it is written, 
"'Except ye turn, and become as little children, ye 
" 'shall not enter the kingdom of God,' even as our 
"Lord said." 

38. The brethren said, "What should be the be- 
"ginning of the fight against sin of the man who hath 
"cast all impediments out of his soul, and who hath 
"entered the arena, and where should he begin the 
"contest.'*" The old man said, "It is well known unto 
"every man that in all the contests against sin and its 
"lusts the labour of fasting is the first thiog [to undertake], 
"and it is so especially in the case of him that fighteth 
"against the sin which is within him; and the sign of 
"the enmity against sin and its lusts becometh ap- 
"parent in those who go down to this invisible conflict 
"when they begin to fast. And next cometh the rising 
"up in the night, and whosoever loveth the occupation 
"of fasting all the days of his life is a friend of chastity. 
"For as the pleasure of the belly, and the laxity caused 
"by the sleep which inciteth to a polluted bed, are 
"the head and chief of all the sins which are in the 
"world, and of all the abominations thereof, so fasting, 

'and strict vigil in the fear of God, with the crucif)ing 



1036 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"of the body throughout the night against the pleasure 
"of sleep, are the foundation of the holy path of God, 
"and of all the spiritual excellences. For fasting is the 
"strengthener of all spiritual excellences, it is the be- 
"ginning and end of the strife, and it is the foremost 
"of all virtues; and as the enjoyment of the light 
"cleaveth closely to the eyes which are healthy, so 
"doth the desire for prayer cleave closely to the fasting 
"[which is observed] with discernment. For as soon 
"as a man hath begun to fast, he desireth greatly to 
"converse with God [Page 934] in his mind. The 
"body which is fasting cannot continue to lie on [its] 
"bed the whole night, for fasting naturally inciteth to 
"wakefulness towards God, not only by day, but also 
"by night; for the empty body is not fatigued over- 
"much by its conflict with sleep, even though it be 
"weak in the senses thereof, for its mind is towards 
"God in supplication, and it is better for it to cease 
"from labour through weakness than from the weights 
"of meats. As long as the seals of fasting lie upon the 
"mouth of man, his thoughts meditate upon repentance, 
"and his heart maketh prayers to arise; and mildness 
"lieth upon his countenance, and abominable motions 
"are remote from him, and rejoicing never, in the 
"smallest degree, appeareth in his forehead, for he is 
"a foe of lusts and of unprofitable converse. The man 
"who fasted regularly and with understanding, and whom 
"abominable lust brought into subjection hath never 
"been seen, for fasting is the abode of all spiritual 
"excellences, and he who holdeth it in contempt dis- 
"turbeth them all. Now the first commandment which 
"God laid down for our nature at the beginning gave 
"[Adam] warning concerning the eating of food, and 
"the head of our race fell through eating, therefore, 
"at the point where the first corruption took place 
"[in asceticism], must begin the building of the fear of 
"God, when they lay down the first course for the 
"observance of the law. And moreover, when our 



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•'Lord shewed Himself at the Jordan He also began 
"at this point, for after He was baptized, the Spirit 
"took Him out into the wilderness, and He fasted for 
"forty days and forty nights; and all those who travel 
"in His footsteps lay the [Page 935] beginning of their 
"strife on this foundation. For who shall treat with 
"contempt, or hold lightly the armour which hath been 
"forged by God? If He Who laid down the law 
"fasted, who is there among those who would keep 
"the law that hath not need thereof? Immediately 
"this armour appeareth on a man straightway terror 
"falleth upon the thoughts of the chief of the rebellion, 
"that is, Satan; and his power is shattered at the sight 
"of the arms which our Captain of the host hath 
"placed in our hands, for as soon as he seeth the 
"might of this armour on a man he knoweth at once 
"that he is ready for the contest. What armour is 
"there which is as strong, or which giveth such bold- 
"ness in the fight against evil spirits as hunger for 
"the sake of Christ? For in proportion as a man is 
"harried and brought low in his body, at the time 
"when the phalanx of Satan surroundeth him, doth his 
"heart support itself with confidence, and he who 
"treateth this with contempt is lax and is a coward 
"in respect of other spiritual triumphs^ because he hath 
'not upon him the armour whereby the divine athletes 
"have gained the victory. And at the very beginning 
"the sign of weakness appeareth in him, and he him- 
"self giveth the opportunity of defeat to his adversary, 
"and since he goeth naked into the strife it is evident 
"that he will emerge therefrom without victory, because 
"he hath cast away from him the strength which would 
"stir up in him the divine zeal; for his members are 
"not clothed with the flame of hunger, that is to say, 
"fasting. As merchants cannot without labour and 
"trouble save up riches, so the righteous man without 
"anguish and labour for the sake of righteousness 
"cannot expect the crown and the reward" [Page 936]. 



1038 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

39. The brethren said, "If a man attaineth unto 
"purity of heart, what is the sign thereof? And when 
"will he know himself if the heart is coming to purity?" 
The old man said, "When he seeth that all men are 
"fair, and when no man appeareth to him to be un- 
"clean or polluted; whosoever is thus indeed standeth 
"in purity. And if this be not the case, how can he 
"fulfil the word of the Apostle which saith, 'When a 
" 'man standeth wholly in purity, he will think that 
" 'every man is better than he in heart and in truth,' 
"unless it be that he attaineth to the state of him of 
"whom it is said, 'He whose eyes are pure seeth not 
" 'wickedness.' " 

40. The brethren said, "What is purity? And to 
"what length doth its limit extend?" The old man 
said, "In my opinion purity consisteth in oblivion of 
"the. various kinds of knowledge which are beyond 
"nature, and which nature hath discovered in the world; 
"and the limit thereof is that a man should be wholly 
"free from them, so that he may arrive at the state 
"of natural simplicity and integrity which he possessed 
"at first, and which somewhat resembleth that of a 
"child, except in the case of small matters." 

41. The brethren said, "Is it possible for a man 
"to attain to this state?" The old man said, "Yea. 
"Behold, one of the old men attained to this state to 
"such a degree that he was in the habit of asking his 
"disciple continually if he had eaten or not. And on 
"one occasion one of the saints, who was a very old 
"man, became too innocent and simple, and attained to 
"such a state of simplicity and purity that he did not 
"even know how to keep watch upon himself so that 
"he might partake of the Mysteries, or whether he had 
"done so or not, until at length his disciples kept him 
"in his cell, and took him that he might partake of 
"the Mysteries, just as if he had been a child. Now 
"although [Page 937] he was in this state as regards 
"the things of this world, he was perfect in his soul." 



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42. The brethren said, "What are the [subjects of] 
"meditation and conversation which it is meet for a 
"man to have whilst lie is living the life of the recluse 
"and passing his time in silent contemplation, so that 
"his understanding may not occupy itself with casual 
"thoughts?" The old man said, "Dost thou ask con- 
"cerning meditation, what shall a man have wherewith 
"to put to death the world in his cell? Hath the man 
"whose soul is strenuous and watchful any need [to 
"ask] the question as to what labour he shall occupy 
"himself with when he is alone? What is there for 
"the monk to occupy himself with except weeping? 
"If, then, a monk be unoccupied with weeping, and he 
"be able to pay attention to [any] other thought, what 
"is the meditation which hath died out of him? And 
"if we come to silent meditation, we can also be con- 
"stant in weeping, and therefore let us beseech our 
"Lord most earnestly with the mind that He may grant 
"this unto us." 

43. The brethren said, "Since, then, a man is not 
"sufficient for the constant exercise of this faculty, be- 
"cause of the frailty {or, sickness) of his bodily nature, 
"it is right that he should have something else besides 
"this which shall be useful for the consolation of his 
"mind, so that the passions may not attack him through 
"the idleness of the understanding." Ttle old man said, 
"The passions cannot attack the soul of the monk, 
"whose heart hath been cut off from the world by liv- 
"ing a solitary ascetic life, unless he hath been negli- 
"gent of the things which it is proper for him to do; 
"and this is so especially if he hath, besides the em- 
"ployment [of reading] the Scriptures, the helpful 
"thoughts of the man who is occupied with spiritual 
"excellence. And living alone and in silence will help 
"this [result] greatly, and he will receive in his mind 
"the hope of the world which is to come, and the 
"glory which is laid up for the saints." 

44. The brethren said, "One of the old men said. 



1040 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"*I have toiled for twenty years that [Page 938] I 
" 'might see all men together {i. e., alike).' How can a 
"man attain to this measure, and when, and by what 
"means? Give us a demonstration concerning this 
"matter." The old man said, "It is only the perfect 
"men who attain to this measure, and according to 
"what the Fathers say, without contemplation in silence, 
"and prayer, and great conflicts, and humility, no man 
"can attain thereto. And there is a similarity to this 
"demonstration in the case of natural parents, for as 
"they regard all their children in the same way, and 
"as they love them all equally, and pity and spare all 
"of them alike, even though there be among them great 
"and small, and healthy and sick, and righteous and 
"sinners, and good-looking and bad-looking, so the 
"strenuous Fathers, after the labours and the contests 
"which they have passed through during long periods 
"of time spent in silent and solitary retirement, regard 
"all men, both the righteous and the sinners in the 
"same way, and they love them all alike and without 
"distinction. And as God maketh the shadow to fall upon 
"all men, both upon the righteous and upon sinners, 
"even though He loveth the righteous for their righteous- 
"ness, yet He sheweth most compassion upon the sinners. 
"And the coming of our Lord was for the sake of 
"sinners, for, [saith He], 'I did not come to call the 
" 'righteous' &c." 

45. The brethren said, "Why was it, when the 
"brother, according to the body, of one of the Fathers 
"who was living the life of a recluse, sent to him, 
"when he was about to die, to come and see him, that 
"he would not do so, and that the one brother died 
"without seeing the other? And what is the meaning 
"of the words which he spake, 'If I go forth and see 
"'him my heart will not be pure before God.-*'" [Page 
939] The old man said, "This holy man was living 
"secluded in a cell, in a habitation of the brethren, 
"and his brother according to the body was also liv- 



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"ing, like the other brethren in another cell, and when 
"the latter became sick unto death, he wished to see 
"his brother before he died. Now to the holy man, 
"since he was keeping silence in respect of all the 
"other brethren, it did not appear to be right to go 
"forth to his brother according to the body, and not 
"to go forth afterwards to his spiritual brethren, that 
"is to say, to those who dwelt in the monastery with 
"him. Had he gone forth to his brother according to 
"the body at the season of his death, and had not 
"gone forth to his brethren in the spirit, he would not 
"have found freedom of speech with God at the season 
"of prayer, but his mind would have passed judgment 
"upon him, and his mind would have been darkened, 
"as if he had held in contempt and treated his brethren 
"in the spirit in a dishonourable fashion, and had done 
"more honour to his brother according to the body 
"than to them. This is the meaning of what he said, 
" 'I cannot go forth, for if I do, my heart will not be 
"'pure before God.'" 

46. The brethren said, "The sage said, 'Whosoever 
"'possesseth not the art of labouring, that is, either 
"'the things which belong to the labour of the spirit, 
"'whereby he may find consolation from God in his 
"'inner man in the spirit, or the things which belong 
" 'to the art of human labour, cannot-tarry long in his 
"'cell; whosoever doth not possess one or other of 
'"these cannot tarry long in his cell.' Explain to us 
"the words of the old man." The old man said, 
"[Page 940] The things which belong to the art of 
"human labour are well known unto every man; but 
"things which belong to labour of the spirit he calleth 
"the following: — fasting, vigil, the singing of Psalms 
"and hymns, the prayers which are said kneeling down, 
"anguish, weeping, tears, and other labours which are 
"like unto these. And together with these [there must 
"be the recital of] the offices for the seven hours [of 
"the day and night], and the reading of the Holy 



1042 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 



"Scriptures and of the [books of] doctrine of the old 
"men, and these make the monk to acquire patient 
"endurance, and the ability to live the ascetic life alone 
"in a cell, and they produce for him joy and spiritual 
"comfort. If he be a beginner in the ascetic life and 
"strong, and he toileth in labours, he will acquire con- 
"solation; and if he be a feeble old man, or sick, he 
"will labour in the labours of the mind, and will find 
"joy. For as all the objects which are of gold are 
"wrought by means of anvil, and a hammer, and a 
"pair of tongs, so by means of the labour of the body 
"in a place of silence and seclusion, and the striving 
"of the mind, are wrought all the fruits of the spirit, 
"which the Apostle said were love, joy, peace, faith, 
"humility, graciousness, pleasantness, longsuffering, and 
"patient endurance." 

47. The brethren said, "On one occasion, when 
"the brethren were sitting down and asking questions 
"about the thoughts, one of them said. It is not a 
"great matter if a man seeth thoughts afar off What 
"did he want to say? Explain to us the words of the 
"old men." The old man said, "When the brethren 
"drew nigh to the Fathers and asked them questions 
"[wishing] to learn concerning the mode of action and 
"thought in respect of the wars of the devils, the 
"Fathers did not persuade those among them who 
"appeared to possess subtlety of thought, and intelligence 
"[Page 941], and understanding, and to hate the pas- 
"sions, and to be fervent in the spirit, to cast out 
"from themselves straightway the thoughts of the 
"passions whensoever they stirred in them, and to 
"make them to depart foolishly, but they ordered them 
"to tarry with them, and to examine carefully how 
"they arose, and then to contend against them; for in 
"proportion as they were trained in the knowledge of 
"strivings and contendings against the passions and 
"against devils they would benefit not themselves only, 
"but many other people also. And in this wise acted 



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"also EvAGRius, that man of understanding, and Abba 
"PoEMEN, and others who were like unto them. There- 
'•fore Abba Joseph said to Abba Poemkn, 'When the 
"'passions rise up in thee, give unto and receive from 
"'them, and understand carefully their crafty nature, 
"'and train thyself to contend against them.' Now 
"there are certain weak and foolish brethren whom 
"in no way whatsoever doth it benefit to dally with 
"the rise of the thoughts of the passions which are in 
"the heart, on the contrary, it is far better for them, 
"immediately they perceive the motions of the passions, 
"to cast them forth from them by prayer, and with 
"anger and hatred. Therefore, when several of the 
"Fathers were gathered together and were discussing 
"the conflicts of the thoughts, and whether it was right 
"to dally with them because of knowledge [concerning 
"them], or to suppress them by means of prayer 
"through fear [of them], one of the Fathers said, 'Even 
" 'to understand the thoughts afar off is a great and 
" 'excellent work, but it is a far greater work, and one 
"'which maketh a man to acquire practice, [Page 942] 
"'for him to understand the thoughts, and to wage 
" 'war against them. When he hath gained experience 
'"of their crafty character, then he will suppress them 
" 'and make them to disappear by the power of prayer 
'"and humility. Now the meaning of this question is 
'"this. When a man hath laboured in conflict and 
"'contest against the passions for a long time in 
'"seclusion, by the grace of our Lord his heart be- 
" 'cometh purified, and rest and peace reign in his 
"'soul, and he hath relief from tribulation, and he 
"'rejoiceth in God at all seasons, and the devils have 
"'no power henceforth to stir up evil thoughts in his 
" 'soul, because his heart is filled with divine thoughts, 
"'and the understanding of spiritual things, and he is 
'"never without the mind which is in God, and the 
"'remembrance of His fear and mercy. And should 
"'the demons dare to stir up thoughts in him, they 



I044 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

" 'will not [succeed] in rousing those which cause anguish 
'"and which bring to nought spiritual excellences, but 
" 'only those which are of an ordinary nature, and 
"'which impede the vision, even as Evagrius said.'" 

48. The brethren said, "How is it possible for a 
"man to live in such a way as to be pleasing to God?" 
The old man said, "It is impossible for a monk to rise 
"to the height of the love of God, unless he first of 
"all regard with affection and love man, the image of 
"God; for this is the end of all the commandments of 
"our Lord Jesus Christ, even as He Himself said, 'If 
" 'ye love Me, keep My commandments/ " 

49. The brethren said, "An old man said, 'If there 
" 'rise up in thy mind a thought about the need of the 
" 'body, and thou castest it out once, and it cometh to 
"'thee a second time, and thou castest it out, should 
" 'it come a third time, pay no regard to it, for it 
" 'appertaineth to war;' explain to us [Page 943] these 
"words." The old man said, "If whilst thou art in 
"seclusion, and art engaged in spiritual labour, and 
"Satan, being envious of thee, and wishing to drive 
"thee out of the cell, or to impede thy spiritual pro- 
"gress, stir up in thee one of the thoughts which goad 
"a man into sin, either to eat before the proper time, 
"or to lie down and sleep, or to visit some one, or 
"to do something else; and if he sheweth thee thy 
"power of discretion [saying], 'It is unseemly for thee 
" 'to do this thing;' or again, should some evil devil 
"constrain thee, and hinder thee, and wishing to make 
"thee to cease from thy labour, should mock and scoff 
"at thee; then stand thou up quickly, and bestir thyself 
"boldly, and bow thy knee before our Lord, and pray, 
"and ask, and entreat for help, and mercy, and pro- 
"tection. For that brother who soaked palm fibres in 
"water, and who sat down to plait ropes and mats, 
"was engaged in a similar war, and a demon roused 
"up in him the thought to go and visit one of the 
"brethren; and he cast the thought from him twice, 



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"and thrice. Now finally, because he did not under- 
"stand that the war was of the Evil One, who souglit 
"to stop [his work] and drive him out of his cell, he 
"was overcome by the war, and he left the palm leaves 
"soaking in the water, and ran and hurried out in great 
"haste. At length the matter was revealed unto one 
"of the holy men who was a neighbour of his, and he 
"cried out to him, saying, 'Captive, Captive,' and made 
"him to come back to his cell, and afterwards the devils 
"cried out with a loud voice, saying, 'Ye have over- 
" 'come us, O monks.' For the demons are so wicked, 
"and they are so envious of the monks when they 
"remain constantly in seclusion for our Lord's sake, 
"[Page 944] that on several occasions they have, in 
"an irregular manner, driven them out of their cells, 
"as if for a good object, but [their] object was not a 
"good one." 

50. The brethren said, "Why was it that Abba 
"Ammon was not able to overcome the passion of wrath 
"for fourteen years, although he said unto us, that he 
"had entreated God, with anguish and tears, both by 
"day and by night unceasingly, to give him the victory 
"over it?" The old man said, "That passion probably 
"overcame him to an excessive degree through the 
"natural constitution of his body, but it is quite certain 
"that the passions and the devils wageiJ war against 
"him like a mighty man and a warrior. For the devils 
"made war upon the Fathers with intense fierceness 
"and violence, upon each man according to his capacity, 
"and in proportion to their power to triumph, through 
"longsuffering, that is to say, through patient and per- 
"sistent endurance, the battle against them was pro- 
"tracted." 

51. The brethren said, "Abba Dorotheus said, 
'"Our lack of ability to distinguish between matters 
"'will permit us to acquire great excellence in the 
"'virtues;' explain to us what the old man [intended] 
"to say." The old man said, "He wished to say as 



1046 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"follows: — Because of our lack of ability to distinguish 
"between matters we do not make progress in the 
"virtues, and our heart is not quickly purified, and we 
"do not ascend to perfection, because we do not labour 
"with the knowledge and power of discernment which 
"it is right [for us to have]; but [we progress] pain- 
"fuUy, and [only] for the sake of vain glory, and as 
"the result of chance circumstances, and without dis- 
"cretion. And, as it cometh, this resembleth that which 
"the blessed Evagrius spake, saying, *As it is not the 
"'material foods themselves which nourish the body; 
" 'but the power which is in them, so it is not matters 
" 'themselves which make [Page 945] the soul to grow, 
" 'but the power of discernment which [cometh] from 
"'them.' And he also said, 'As the feeding, and health, 
"'and growth of the body do not come through the 
'"actual materials of [our] foods, for these are cast 
" 'out of the body in the draught, but from the hidden 
" 'power which is in them, so also the nourishment and 
" 'the growth of the soul take place through the fear 
"'of God. And the healthy state thereof which ariseth 
" 'through impassibility, and the perfection thereof which 
" 'is in righteousness, do not exist through the labours 
" 'of the body only, but from the deeds and acts which 
" '[are performed] with knowledge, that is to say, with 
" 'a straight object, and from the action of the mind 
" 'which hateth passions, and from the prayer which is 
'"joined to humility, and from the mind which is in 
"'God.'" 

52. The brethren said, "Abba Arsenius said unto 
"one of the brethren, 'Lead the ascetic life with all the 
" 'strength that thou hast, and the hidden labour which 
"'is within, and which is performed for God's sake, 
" 'shall vanquish thine external passions ; ' to what doth 
"he give the name of 'passions'?" The old man said, 
"In this case Arsenius calleth the labours of the body 
" 'passions'. For labours are also called by the name 
"of 'passions', because they constrain those who toil, 



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1047 



'and make them feel pain, even as Abba Macarius said, 
"Constrain thy soul with pains and labours of every 
kind in ascetic excellence.' And this is what Abba 
'Arsenius said to that brother. Labour with all thy 
•might in the work of righteousness, and toil with the 
'labours of the mind more than with all the various 
'kinds of work of the body. For the labours of the 
'body only incite and gratify the passions of the body, 
'but the labours of the mind, that is to say, the thought 
'which is in God, and prayer without ceasing, and 
'the suppression of the thought[s] with humility, [Page 
'946] liberate [a man] from all the passions, and they 
'vanquish devils, and purify the heart, and make per- 
'fect love, and make him worthy of the revelations of 
'the spirit." 

53. The brethren said, "What is the meaning of 
'that which Abba Benjamin said, 'Had Moses not been 
' 'gathering the sheep into the fold he would not have 
"seen Him that was in the bush?'" The old man 

said, "What he said was this : — As the blessed Moses, 
'who was held worthy of the vision in the bush, first 
'gathered together the sheep which he was tending 
'into one company lest, when going to see that wonder- 
'ful sight, his mind should be perturbed through anxiety 
'about the sheep which were [wandering] in the desert, 
'so also is it with the monk, for if-he wisheth and 
'desireth the purity of heart which looketh upon God 
'in the revelation of light, it is right that first of all 
'he should abandon every earthly possession, and his 
'feelings, and his passions, and he should live in 
'seclusion always, and should collect his mind and free 
'it from all wandering and straying, and should have 
'one object only to gaze upon, that, is God. In this 
'manner he will become worthy of purity of heart, and 
'he will enjoy visions and revelations concerning Him." 

54. The brethren said, "Hieronymus said that the 
'blessed Evagrius commanded the brethren who were 
'with him not to drink their fill of water, and said, 



1048 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

" 'There are always demons in the places wherein there 
*"is water;' what opinion is this?" The old man said, 
'•The blessed Evagrius interpreted these words spiri- 
"tually, as being suitable to our mode of life, and he 
"said that which our Lord said, 'The demon goeth 
" 'round about in the places wherein there is no water, 
"'that he may seek for rest, and he findeth it not;' 
"[Page 947] which saying maketh us to understand 
"that when the unclean devil of fornication wageth war 
"against the monk, if the monk afflicteth himself by 
"eating food sparingly, and especially by drinking water 
"sparingly, Satan will never be able to injure him by 
"means of this passion. And the devil will never be 
"gratified at the fulfilment of this passion by him, for 
"there is nothing which will dry up the arteries, and 
"prevent the accident of the night, and make a monk 
"to possess chaste and quiet thoughts by day, so much 
"as the restraining of the belly by thirst. Some fast 
"the whole day until the evening, and some fast for 
"[several] nights at a time, yet when they break their 
"fast and eat a little food, because they drink much 
"water, they benefit in no wise by their fasting and 
"by the sparing use of food which they practise because 
"of the war of lust. For the drinking of much water 
"filleth the arteries [of the monk] with [excessive] 
"moisture, and Satan findeth an occasion for exciting 
"him by means of thoughts in the daytime, and he 
"trippeth him up by means of dreams by night, and 
"he depriyeth him of the light of purity. Therefore, 
"in another place, Abba Evagrius admonisheth the 
"monk, saying, 'If thou wishest for chastity make little 
"thy food, and restrain thyself in the drinking of water, 
"and then impassibility of heart shall rise upon thee, 
"and thou shalt see in thy prayer a mind which emitteth 
"light like unto a star." 

55. The brethren said, "In how many ways doth 
"Divine Grace call the brethren unto the life of the 
"solitary ascetic.-*" The old man said, "In very many 



AJ4D ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO49 



'and different ways. Sometimes Divine Grace movetli 
'a man suddenly, even as it moved Abba Moses, the 
'Ethiopian, and sometimes by the hearing of the Scrip- 
'tures, as in the cases of the blessed [Page 948J Mar 
'Anthony and Mar Simon Stylites, and at others by 
'the doctrine of the word, as in the cases of Serapion, 
'and Abba Bessarion, and others who were like them. 
'Concerning these three ways whereby Divine Grace 
'calleth to those who would repent, I would say that 
'Divine Grace moveth the conscience of a monk in 
'the manner which is pleasing to God, and that through 
'these even evil-doers have repented and pleased God. 
'And there is, moreover, the departure from this world 
'by the hands of angels, by terrors, and sicknesses, 
'and afflictions, even as that which took place in re- 
'spect of the blessed Evagrius; and sometimes God 
'Himself calleth from heaven and taketh a man out 
'of the world, as in the cases of Paul, and Abba 
'Arsenius." 

56. The brethren said, "Wherefore is it that the 
'beginning of the doctrine of the old men is laid down 
'in the books from the choice {or, election) of Abba 
'Arsenius, and on [his] coming forth from the world 
'into a monastery, and from a monastery of the brethren 
'in to the seclusion which is in a cell.'*" The old man 

said, "Because he was called by God te the monastery, 
'and from the monastery to the cell, and because it is 
'certain that these two calls were according to the 
'Will of God, well was it that the beginning of the 
'doctrine of the old men [was derived] from the history 
'of this holy man." 

57. The brethren said, "Explain unto us these two 
'calls of Abba Arsenius. What is the meaning of that 
'which was said in the first call, 'Flee from the children 
' 'of men and thou shalt live,' and what is the signifi- 
'cation of that which was said at the second call, 
' 'Flee, keep silence and live a life of contemplation in 
' 'silence, for these are the principal things which keep 



1050 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 



"'a man from sinning?'" The old man said, [Page 
949] "The meaning of 'Flee from the children of men, 
" 'and thou shalt live,' is this : — If thou wishest to be 
"delivered from the death which is in sin, and to live 
"the perfect life which is in righteousness, leave thy 
"possessions, and family, and country, and depart into 
"exile, that is, to the desert and mountains to the holy 
"men; and cultivate with them My commandments, and 
"thou shalt live a life of grace. And the meaning of 
" 'Flee, keep silence, and live a life of contemplation 
'"in silence' is this: — Since when thou wast in the 
"world thou wast drawn towards anxieties about the 
"affairs thereof, I have made thee to come out from 
"the world, and I have sent thee to the habitation 
"of monks, so that after a short time of dwelling in 
"the coenobium thou mayest be drawn, first to the 
"cultivation of My commandments openly, and secondly 
"to contemplation in silence. And now that thou art 
"trained in the former sufficiently, thou mayest flee, that 
"is to say, get thee forth from the monastery of the 
"brethren, and enter into thy cell, just as thou didst 
"go forth from the world, and didst enter into the 
"monastery. And the meaning of 'Keep silence, and lead 
" 'a life of contemplation in silence', is : — Having entered 
"into thy cell to contemplate in silence, thou shalt not 
"give the multitude an opportunity of coming in to thee, 
"and talking to thee unnecessarily, except on matters 
"which relate to' spiritual excellence; if thou dost not 
"do this thou wilt benefit by sitting in silent con- 
"templation. For through the sight, and the hearing, 
"and the converse of the multitude who shall come in 
"to thee, the captivity of wandering thoughts will carry 
"thee off, and thy silence and thy contemplation will 
"be disturbed. But do not imagine that the mere fact 
"of having left the brethren in the monastery, or not 
"bringing other men into thy cell to be disturbed by 
"them will be sufficient to make thy mind to be com- 
"posed, or to enable thee to meditate upon God, and 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO5I 

"to correct thyself, unless thou dost take good heed 
'•[Page 950] not to occupy thy mind with them in any 
"way whatsoever when they are remote from thee. 
"For until a man arriveth at a state of impassibility, 
"and overcometh by striving both the passions and the 
"devils, whensoever a monk remembereth any man in 
"his cell, he remembereth him in connexion with some 
"passion, that is to say, with desire [or, lust], or with 
"anger, or with vain glory. And if it should happen 
"that the mind wandereth in respect of ordinary things 
"[or, means], unless he cutteth them off from him, his 
"wandering inclineth through absolute necessity, towards 
"a remembrance which is allied to some passion. And 
"it is also thus in the case of a neophyte, for whenso- 
"ever during his contemplation in silence he remembered 
"women he falleth into the lust of fornication; and 
"whensoever he remembereth men, he is either wroth 
"with them in his thoughts, and he maketh accusations 
"against them, and blameth them, and condemneth 
"them, or he demandeth from them vain glory, and he 
"inclineth to passibility. Therefore when Abba Maca- 
"rius was asked, 'What is the right way for a brother, 
"who is a neophyte, to live in his cell.'*' he said, 'Let 
"'no monk when he is in his cell have any remem- 
" 'brance whatsoever of any man, for he cannot profit 
"'in any way in restraining his feelings from the con- 
'"versation of men, except he take care to withhold 
" 'his thoughts from secret intercourse with them.' This 
"is the meaning of the words, "Flee, keep silence, and 
"contemplate in silence.'" 

58. The brethren said, "What is the meaning of 
"the words which one of the old men spake, saying, 
" 'He who dwelleth with men, because of the commotion 
'"of worldly affairs is unable to see his sins; but if he 
"'dwell in the silent repose of the desert he will be 
"'able to see God in a pure manner?'" The old man 
said, "The excellences which are [Page 951] cultivated 
"in the world, and to which our Lord, speaking in 



1052 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 



"the Gospel, ascribed blessing, are loving-kindness, 
"peace-making, and the other commandments which 
"are like unto them, and it is quite possible for such 
"virtues to be cultivated in the world by certain 
"strenuous persons. But the purity of heart which 
"seeth God, and to which our Lord ascribed blessing, 
"saying, 'Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall 
" 'see God,' cannot be acquired without dwelling in the 
"desert, and solitary and silent contemplation, and the 
"monk must acquire it in the following way. First of 
"all a man must go forth from the world, and dwell 
"in a monastery, and after his training in the monas- 
"tery and having gone into his cell, he must die through 
"contemplation in silence, and through the other labours 
"of his body, and through striving against the passions, 
"and through conflict with devils. Then through the 
"tranquillity of mind [which he will acquire] in silent 
"contemplation, he will remember his sins, and when 
"he hateth his passions, and hath petitioned for the 
"remission of his sins, and hath suppressed his thoughts, 
"and hath become constant in pure prayer, and hath 
"cleansed his heart from odious thoughts, then shall he 
"be worthy to see in his heart, even as in a polished 
"mirror, the light of the revelation of our Lord [shine] 
"upon it, even as the Fathers say. Well, then, did 
"that holy old man say to those brethren, Visit the 
"sick, reconcile the men of wrath, for he who cul- 
"tivateth spiritual excellences in the world cannot, by 
"reason of the commotion of the affairs thereof, see 
"his sins; but if he continue in silent contemplation 
"and prayer he shall see God." 

59. The brethren said, "What is [the meaning of] 
"that which Abba Sisoes said to [Page 952] Abba 
"Ammon, 'Freedom of my thoughts in the desert is 
'"sufficient for me?'" The old man said, "Sisoes was 
"a great and a perfect old man, and he dwelt all 
"the days of his life in the remote desert, and after 
"he had become old, and was exceedingly feeble, the 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO53 

"Fathers brought him to the monastery of the brethren, 
"who used to go in and visit him each day, for the 
"sake of some profitable discourse and helpful prayer. 
"And because he was unaccustomed to feel comfort- 
"able in the presence of many folks, his mind began 
"to wander about in remembering the brethren, and 
"to meditate upon many things, and he was unable to 
"find that dominant freedom for the continuous, secret 
"prayer of the mind, which is superior to every in- 
"fluence that would make it decline, and is free from 
"every [other] attraction, and he was, therefore, rightly 
"grieved. Now one day, Abba Ammon went to visit 
"him, and he saw that he was sorry about his coming 
"from the desert, and he said unto him, 'Father, it is 
" 'not right for thee to be sorrowful because thou hast 
"'drawn nigh to the place where the brethren dwell, 
" 'for thy body hath become feeble, and thou art unable 
" 'to perform those works wherein thou wert wont to 
" 'labour in the desert.' Now when Abba Sisoes heard 
"these things, he looked at Abba Amm6n sternly, and 
"he answered him with indignation, saying, 'What 
"'sayest thou to me, Ammon? Was not the freedom 
'"of the thoughts which I had in the desert sufficient 
"'to take the place for me of all labours? And as 
"'regards thyself also, O Ammon, who art conscious of 
" 'the life and acts of the freedom" of the mind, and 
"'who art not subject unto [Page 953] the constraint 
" 'of wandering and disturbance of the mind, and who 
'"art not impeded by old age and infirmity, tell me 
" 'what thou art able to do in the desert at thy great 
'"age? Even if I be unequal to the labours of the 
" 'body, because I have become infirm through old age, 
" 'I am better able to perform the labours of the mind 
"'than I was in the time of my early manhood. Or, 
" 'perhaps in thy opinion the clear shining of the mind, 
" 'which a monk acquireth by a life of contemplation 
"'in silence, and the constant intercourse with God, 
"'and the prayer which is without ceasing, and the 



1054 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 



" 'remembrance of Christ, and the constant gazing upon 
" 'Him, and the exultation of the soul in Him, and the 
'"favour of His love, and the affection for His com- 
" 'mandments, and the desire for His good things, and 
" 'the meditation upon His glory, and the thought about 
'"His excellence and His Majesty, and the admiration 
" 'of His humility, are matters which are small and 
'"contemptible? All these labours of the mind, and 
"'many others which are like unto them, neither old 
'"age nor infirmity impedes, but they are prevented, 
'"and brought low, and, by degrees, are destroyed, 
'"by converse with the children of men, and by see- 
" 'ing many people, and by care about worldly affairs.' " 
60. The brethren said, "They used to say that 
"when the service in the church was over, Abba 
"Macarius used to flee to his cell, and that the brethren 
"said, 'He hath a devil, but he doeth the work of God.' 
"Now who were those who said that he had a devil.-* 
'And what was the work of God which he used to do?" 
The old man said, "Those who said that he had a 
"devil were the lazy brethren. [Page 954] Whensoever 
"Satan seeth the monks who are leading a life of 
"spiritual excellence in the monastery, the devils stir 
"up the lazy brethren to wage war against them, by 
"means of abuse, and revilings, and backbiting, and 
"calumny, and by means of the trials which they 
"bring upon them. Now the work of God which Abba 
"SisoES did when he fled [to his cell] was this: — 
"Prayer accompanied by weeping and tears, according 
"to the exhortation of Abba Isaiah, who said, 'When 
"'the congregation is dismissed, or when thou risest 
"'up after eating, sit not down to talk with any man, 
" 'either concerning the affairs of the world, or con- 
'"cerning matters of spiritual excellence; but go thou 
"'into thy cell, and weep for thy sins, even as Abba 
'"Macarius the Alexandrian said unto the brethren who 
" 'were with him, Brethren, flee. And the brethren 
" 'said. Father, how can we flee more than [in coming] 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO55 

•'to the desert? And he laid his hand upon his mouth, 
"and said unto them, Flee ye in this manner; and 
' 'straightway every man fled to his cell, and held his 
' 'peace. 

61. The brethren said, "Ahha Anthony said, 'As 
"a fish dieth when it is lifted up out of the water, 
"so doth the monk [die] if he remain long outside 
"his cell;' explain these words to us." The old man 

said, "Because the remembrance of God is, in our Lord 
'Jesus Christ, the life of the soul, which the Fathers 
'call the 'repository of life,' and 'the breath of the life 
' 'of the soul and of the mind,' when the monk tarrieth 
'in the cities, and in the sight and converse of the 
'children of men, he dieth in respect of the breath of 
'life which is in God, that is to say, he forgetteth 
'God, and the love of Christ groweth cold in his heart, 
'the love which he hath acquired by many labours, 
'[Page 955] and he forgetteth his virtues, and he be- 
'cometh lax in respect of [his] liking for tribulations, and 
'he loveth pleasures, and hath an affection for lusts, 
'and the sincerity of his heart is troubled, through the 
'disturbance which entereth into his senses, that is, 
'seeing, and speaking, and hearing, which are indeed 
'the strength of the soul; and it happeneth also that 
'he falleth into great passions, wherefrom may Christ 
'God save us! Amen." > 

62. The brethren said, "The excellent man Hie- 
'RONYMUS said in the history of the triumphs of the 
'blessed Isidore, the archimandrite, that he had in 
'his monastery one thousand monks, and that they all 
'lived within the gate of his habitation, and that none 
'of them ever went outside it until the day of his 
'death, except two brethren who only set out there- 
'from to sell their handi-work, and who brought in 
'only such things as were required for their absolute 
'needs. How is it that in an assembly of our early 
'Fathers, that is, a congregation containing one thousand 
'brethren, two men only were sufficient [to provide 



1056 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 



"for] their ministrations? In our generation if there 
"was a congregation of five and fifty monks, only five 
"would lead a life of ascetic excellence in seclusion, and 
"the [other] fifty would be going out and coming in 
"ceaselessly and without rest to supply them with what 
"they needed." The old man said, "Concerning the 
"love for labours, and the watch which the early Fathers 
"kept [on themselves], and concerning the love of 
"pleasure, and the laxity of ourselves who belong to 
"a later time, if it be right to tell the truth, we 
"ought to speak most concerning the laxity and ignor- 
"ance of the governors of monasteries. In former times 
"the brethren who lived lives of contemplation and 
"seclusion and loved spiritual repose [Page 956] were 
"many, and those who went out on to the high roads, and 
"entered the cities, and performed outside labours were 
"few; but in our days, in a congregation which, as ye 
"have said, containeth five and fifty monks, five will 
"lead a life of spiritual repose inside the monastery, 
"and the other fifty will toil ceaselessly in the works 
"which are outside it, and during the whole time they 
"will complain and blame the five who are inside, be- 
"cause they do not go out and serve even as do they. 
"And through the words of these foolish and insolent 
"men all the spiritual excellences which are cultivated 
"in the monastery will perish and come to an end. 
"And, according to what I say, if the Fathers set the 
"life of contemplation in silence against the whole of 
"the labour of the ascetic life, and if it be more ex- 
"cellent than it all, who would blame him that loveth 
"spiritual contemplation and repose, and the quiet of 
"the cell?" 

63. The brethren said, "On one occasion a con- 
"gregation of monks assembled on the great festival 
"of the Resurrection, and there were gathered together 
"in the monastery all the Fathers, and all the recluses, 
"and other monks, and all the old men in the con- 
"gregation were asked. Which is the mightiest and 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO57 

"most severe war which can come upon monks? And 
"they all agreed that no war is harder or more cruel 
"than that which maketh a man to leave his cell and 
"depart, and that when that war is fought down, all 
"other contests may be easily reduced. Explain to us 
"the meaning of these words." The old man said, 
"Constant spiritual repose in a cell hath hope closely 
"bound up in it, but going out therefrom is united to 
"despair. As long as a man liveth in spiritual repose, 
"and loveth the quiet of the cell, little by little he 
"goeth forward, [Page 957] one step at a time, accord- 
"ing to the order of succession; and he hath hope 
"that in our Lord he will vanquish each of the passions, 
"and that through his repose and labours he will ac- 
"quire spiritual excellences and the grace of Christ. 
"But if the life becometh tedious to him, and he go 
"forth and leave his cell, and wander about, he will 
"neither vanquish the passions, nor acquire spiritual 
"virtues, but he will incline to despair, and to utter 
"destruction. Therefore the Fathers have well said 
"that no war is more cruel than the war of wandering." 
64. The brethren said, "Abba Theodore and Abba 
"LuKt passed fifty years in being harassed by their 
"thoughts which urged them vexatiously to change 
"[their] place [of living]; and they said. When the 
"winter cometh we will change. And \^en the winter 
"had come, they said. We will change in the summer; 
"and thus they continued to do until the end of their 
"lives. Reveal to us if it was the devils who were 
"urging these famous Fathers to go forth from their 
"cells for a period of fifty years, that is, until their 
"death." The old man said, "The devils urged the 
"great Fathers to wander and to go forth from their 
"spiritual repose because they well knew the benefit 
"which accrued to them therefrom, and these holy 
"Fathers were urged by the devils also, but did not 
"leave their cells. To-day, however, in this gene- 
"ration, the same devils harass the monks, and drive 



1058 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"them out of their cells, by this war of departure, and 
"therefore the great Fathers who have felt this war 
"of wandering and of departure have said, [Page 958] 
" 'There is no war which is more cruel to the monk 
"'than this; may Christ help us and deliver us from it.'" 
65. The brethren said, "Abba Anthony used to 
"say, 'He who dwelleth in the desert is free from 
" 'three wars, that is, from speaking, hearing, and see- 
"'ing;' explain these words to us." The old man 
said, "The old man did not speak [thus] because the 
"strife of him that dwelt in spiritual repose in the 
"desert was less fierce than that of him that wandered 
"about and mingled with men, but that he might shew 
"how much more hard and laborious was the war of 
"devils which taketh place in the heart of those who 
"dwell in spiritual repose than that which cometh in 
"the heart of those who dwell with brethren. And 
"because of this the fathers pursued after a life of 
"contemplation in silence, lest when the wars of speak- 
"ing, and seeing, and hearing were added unto that 
"which was already in their heart, they would fall by 
"reason of their severity, even as actually happened 
"on one occasion, for a woman came to the monks 
"who were living a life of silent contemplation, and 
"there was added to the war which was already in 
"their hearts the wars of seeing, and hearing, and 
"speaking, and they would have been vanquished by 
"the severity thereof had it not been that the grace 
"of our Lord supported them. That the war which 
"taketh place in the senses of the soul against the 
"monks who live a life of silent contemplation is 
"mightier and fiercer than that which taketh place 
"in the senses of the body, is well known from the 
"words which the blessed Evagrius spake, saying, 
"Against the monks who lead a life of silent con- 
"templation the devils in person wage war, but against 
"those who lead a life of spiritual excellence in a 
"general assembly of brethren, the devils only stir up 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHFRS. IO59 

"and incite the lazy brethren; [Page 959] but the war 
"which ariseth from the sight, and the hearing, and 
"the speech is much less fierce than that which is 
*'waged against the monks who dwell in silent solitude." 

66. The brethren said, "What is the meaning of 
"that which Abba Anthony said, 'A monk's cell is the 
"'furnace of Babylon, and it is also a pillar of light.'*'" 
The old man said, "There are two things peculiar to 
"the cell; the one warmeth and setteth on fire, and the 
"other giveth light and rejoicing. To neophytes it is 
"oppressive and troublesome, by reason of the many 
"wars and the dejection which are therein, but it re- 
"joiceth the perfect and maketh them glad, with purity 
"of heart, and impassibility, and revelations of light; 
"and it is even thus with those who begin to live in 
"silent contemplation, for although at the beginning 
"they are for a considerable time afflicted by the 
"wars of the passions, and by devils, they are never 
"forsaken by the help of Divine Grace. For our Lord 
"Himself, the Son of God, Jesus Christ, cometh to 
"them secretly, and He becometh to them a helper 
"and a companion, and after they have overcome both 
"passions and devils, according to systematic order, 
"He maketh them worthy of the happiness which is 
"in His perfect love, and the revelation, of His glorious 
"light." 

67. The brethren said, "Abba Moses the Ethiopian 
"was on one occasion reviled by certain men, and the 
"brethren asked him, saying, 'Wast not thou troubled 
"'in thy heart, O father, when thou wast reviled?' 
"And he said unto them, 'Although I was troubled, 
'"yet I said nothing.' What is the meaning of the 
"words, 'Although I was troubled [Page 960] I spake 
•"not?"' The old man said, "The perfection of monks 
"consisteth of two parts, that is to say, of impas- 
"sibility of the senses of the body, and of im- 
"passibility of the senses of the soul. Impassibility of 
"the body taketh place when a man who is reviled 



I060 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"restraineth himself for God's sake and speaketh not, 
"even though he be troubled; but impassibility of the 
"soul' taketh place when a man is abused and reviled, 
"and yet is not angry in his heart when he is abused, 
"even like John Colobos. For on one occasion when 
"the brethren were sitting with him, a man passed by 
"and upbraided him, but he was not angry, and his 
"countenance changed not; then the brethren asked 
"him, saying, 'Art thou not secretly troubled in thy 
"'heart, O father, being| reviled in this fashion?' 
"And he answered and said unto them, 'I am not 
" 'troubled inwardly, for inwardly I am just as tranquil 
"'as ye see that I am outwardly;' and this is perfect 
"impassibility. Now at that time Abba Moses had not 
"arrived at this state of perfection, and he confessed 
"that although outwardly he was undisturbed, yet he 
"was waging a contest in his heart, and he maintained 
"silence and was not angry outwardly; and even this 
"was a spiritual excellence, although it would have 
"been a more perfect thing had he not been angry 
"either inwardly or outwardly. And the blessed Nilus 
"made a comparison of these two measures of excellence 
"in the cases of the blessed men Moses and Aaron. 
"The act of covering the breast and heart with the 
"priestly tunic which Aaron performed when he went 
"into the Holy of Holies representeth the state of a 
"man [Page 961] who, though angry in his heart, sup- 
"presseth his wrath by striving and prayer; and the 
"state of a man not being angry at all in the heart, 
"because he hath been exalted to perfection by [his] 
"victory over the passions and the devils, Nilus com- 
"pared to that which is said of the blessed Moses, 
"saying, 'Moses took the breast for an offering, because 
'"the soul dwelleth in the heart, and the heart in the 
"'breast.' And Solomon said, 'Remove anger from 
"'thy heart,' and concerning Aaron the Book saith, 
" 'He was covering his breast with the ephod and tunic,' 
"and this teacheth us monks that it is meet for us to 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO61 



"cover over the wrath which is in the heart with 
"gentle, and humble, and tranquil thoughts, and that 
"we should not allow it to ascend to the opening of 
"our throat, and that the odiousness and abomination 
"thereof shall be revealed by the tongue." 

68. The brethren said, "Why is it that, although 
"all the fathers used to admonish the brethren to ask 
"the old men questions continually, and to learn from 
"them, and to reveal to them their thoughts, and to 
"live according to their directions, one of the old men 
"said to one of the brethren, 'Go, sit in thy cell, and 
"'thy cell shall teach thee everything?'" The old man 
said, "There is no contradiction in these words of 
"the Fathers, and what the old man said hath an ob- 
"ject, the meaning of which is well known. The old 
"man who admonished the brother that he should learn 
"like a beginner was great and famous, and to that 
"brother who asked him the question he spake thus: — 
"In the early days when thou goest to thy cell, [Page 
"962] lay hold upon the habits {or, orders) of the 
"neophytes, and live according to them for a consider- 
"able period, that is to say, with fasting, and vigil, 
"and reading, and reciting the offices, and all the 
"other things, until at length, after the lapse of time, 
"the life of contemplation in silence shall give thee 
"the order which befitteth thy seclusion^ and will add 
"those things which are seemly, and will diminish those 
"which are not. This is the meaning of that which 
"was said by the holy man, 'Sit in thy cell, and it 
" 'shall teach thee everything.' " 

69. The brethren said, "One of the old men used 
"to say, 'A man shall have no care, and he shall con- 
" 'template in silence, and shall cover up himself; three 
" 'meditations shall teach purity.' What is the meaning 
"of these three words?" The old man said, "*A man 
"'shall have no care' means that he shall not care 
"concerning the shortcomings of others, and that all 
"his anxiety shall be concerning his own shortcomings. 



I062 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"And, 'He shall contemplate in silence' means that he 
"shall not speak even concerning matters of spiritual 
"excellence if it will trouble any man or condemn him. 
"And 'He shall cover up himself meaneth that he shall 
"not reveal his life and deeds, but, as far as possible, 
"he shall be unknown and unhonoured. Now by these 
"things is established the purity of heart which seeth 
"God in a revelation of light." 

70. The brethren said, "How is it possible for a 
"monk to die every day for the love of Christ, even 
"as the blessed Paul said, 'I swear by your boasting, 
" 'my brethren, that, in our Lord Jesus Christ, I die 
" 'daily, and the world is dead unto me, and I am 
" 'crucified unto the world, [Page 963] and the world 
"'is crucified unto me, and I live, yet not I, but 
"'Christ liveth in me?" The old man said, "A man 
"[can do this] if he contemplate in silence at all seasons, 
"and perform the other works of the body, I mean 
"fasting, and vigil, and the recital of the books of the 
"Psalms, and prayers, and genuflexions, and groanings, 
"and pain, and weeping, and tears, and sighs, and the 
"reading of the Holy Scriptures. And he must espe- 
"cially take care concerning the works of the mind, 
"that is, the constant remembrance of God, and medi- 
"tation upon Him and His blessings, and upon His 
"commandments and His threatenings ; and his gaze 
"must be always on our Lord, and his prayer must 
"be without ceasing and without wandering, and the 
"odiousness of the passions must be away from the 
"heart, and he must suppress with keenness the thoughts 
"of the devils which arise at their prompting. And 
"he must possess that excellence which is the first 
"and most important of all the spiritual virtues, and 
"of all the labours of the ascetic life of the mind, 
"that is to say, death in respect of all the anxieties 
"and cares of this world. And a monk must have no 
"care, and no anxiety, and he must not think about 
"anything, or seek anything, or desire anything, or 



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1063 



"lust for anything, except for the time when he will 
"attain to the perfect love of God in our Lord Jesus 
"Christ. And he must fulfil at all times the command 
"of the blessed Paul, and his admonition to us wherein 
"he said, 'Love ye your Lord, rejoice in your hope, 
" 'pray without ceasing, be fervent in spirit, endure 
" 'your tribulations, be not anxious about anything, 
"'cast all your care upon the Lord; and let all your 
" 'prayers, and all your requests, and all your petitions 
•"be made known unto God, to Whom be glory for 
"'ever and ever! Amen.'" [Page 964]. 

71. The brethren said, "How can love be acquired 
"by men of understanding.-^" The old man said, "7 rue 
"and pure love is the way of life, and the haven of 
"promises, and the treasure of faith, and it sheweth 
"[the way of] the kingdom, and it is the expositor of the 
"judgment, and the preacher concerning what is hidden." 

72. The brethren said, "We do not know the power 
"of the word." The old man said, "If a man doth 
"not love God he will not believe in Him, and His 
"promises are not certain to him, and he feareth not 
"His judgment, and he goeth not after Him; but, be- 
"cause love is not in him, so that he may flee from 
"iniquity, and wait for the life which hath been pro- 
"mised, he is always performing the work of sin. And 
"he doeth this because His judgment is, raised too far 
"above his eyes. Therefore let us run after love, 
"wherein the holy fathers were rich, for it is able to 
"reward its nature, and its God, and this is its praise." 

73. The brethren said, "In what way doth wisdom 



'live 



m 



a man?" The old man said, "Now when a 



"man hath gone forth to follow God with a sincere 
"mind, Grace taketh up its abode in him, and his life 
"and deeds are strengthened in the Spirit, and he hath 
"taken a hatred to the world, for he perceiveth that new 
"spiritual life which is in the new man, and which is 
"exalted above the impurity of human life, and in his 
"mind he thinketh upon the humility of the life and 



1064 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"works which are to come, and which are [more] ex- 
"cellent than those here." 

74. The brethren said, "By what is love made 
"known?" [Page 965] The old man said, "By the 
"fulfilment of work, and by spiritual meditation, and by 
"the knowledge of faith." 

75. The brethren said, "What are works.''" The 
old man said, "The keeping of the commandments of 
"God in the purity of the inner man, together with 
"the [performance of] labours by the outer man." 

76. The brethren said, "Is every man who is desti- 
"tute of works also destitute of love?" The old man 
said, "It is impossible for the man who is in God 
"not to love, and it is impossible that he who loveth 
"should not work; and it is incredible that he who 
"teacheth and doth not work is indeed a believer, for 
"his tongue is the enemy of his actions, and although 
"he speaketh life he is in subjection unto death." 

77. The brethren said, "And is he who is in this 
"state destitute of reward?" The old man said, "The 
"man who speaketh the things of the spirit, and who 
"performeth the things of the body is not destitute of 
"reward, and that which he needeth is fulfilled for 
"him: but he is deprived of the crown of light, be- 
"cause he desireth not that the rule of the spirit shall 
"have dominion over him." 

78. The brethren said, "Fasting and prayer: what 
"are theyi*" The old man said, "Fasting is the sub- 
"jugation of the body, and prayer is converse with 
"God, vigil is the war with Satan, abstinence is the 
"being weaned from meats, standing up is the humility 
"of the primitive man, genuflexion is the bowing down 
"before the Judge, tears are [Page 966] the remem- 
"brance of sins, nakedness is our captivity through 
"transgression, and [reciting the] service is constant 
"supplication and the praising of God." 

79. The brethren said, "Are these things able to 
"redeem the soul?" The old man said, "When the 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHEkS. IO65 



"things which are within agree with the things which 
"are without, and the humility which is manifest ap- 
"peareth in the hidden works which are within, in very 
"truth a man is redeemed from the heaviness of the body." 

80. The brethren said, "And what is internal hu- 
"miHty?" The old man said, "It is humility of love, 
"peace, concord, purity, restfulness, gentleness, subjec- 
"tion, faith, remoteness from envy, [and it is] the soul 
"which lacketh the fervour of anger, and is remote 
"from the lust of arrogance, and is separated from 
"vain glory, and is filled with patient endurance like 
"the great deep, and whose motion is drawn after the 
"knowledge of the spirit, and before whose eyes is 
"depicted the departure from the body, and the great 
"marvel of the Resurrection, and the call to judgment, 
"which [shall come] after the quickening, and its 
"standing before the awful throne of God, and the 
"being redeemed." 

81. The brethren said, "Is it possible for a man 
"to fast and not to be redeemed?" The old man said, 
"There is a fasting which is a matter of habit, and an- 
"other which is of desire, and another is of constraint, 
"and another which is of the sight, and another which 
"is of vain glory, and another of tribulation, and an- 
"other of repentance, and another of spiritual love ; 
"and although each one of them is-ihe same outside 
"the mind, yet in the word of knowledge they are 
"distinct. Now although the manner of each in respect 
"of the body is the same, yet each should be under- 
"taken with thorough purpose, and a man should journey 
"straightly [Page 967] along the way of love, and 
"should bear his burden with spiritual patience, and 
"he should not rejoice in his honour." 

82. The brethren said, "Who is the true [monk]?" 
The old man said, "He who maketh his word mani- 
"fest in deed, and endureth his pain patiently; with 
"such a man new life is found, and the knowledge of 
"the spirit dwelleth in him." 



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83. The brethren said, "Who is he that liveth 
"purely?" The old man said, "He who is free from 
"the delights of the body, and who rejoiceth in the 
"love of his neighbours in the love of God; for in 
"proportion as need hath rule over the soul is spiritual 
"repose produced [therein]." 

84. The brethren said, "With what can we vanquish 
"lust?" The old man said, "With the remembrance 
"of the good things of the spirit; for, if the desire for 
"the good things which are to come doth not abrogate 
"the lust for the delights of this world, a man cannot 
"overcome at all. Except the merchant's ship be laden 
"with manifold hope it will not be able to endure the 
"storms, and will sail on the path of tribulation." 

85. The brethren said, "In what way doth a man 
"go forth from the world?" The old man said, "He 
"doeth this when he forsaketh the gratification of all 
"his lust, and when, so far as it lieth in his power, he 
"runneth to fulfil the commandments; the man who doth 
"not do this will fall." 

86. The brethren said, "Through what did the men 
"of old triumph over nature?" The old man said, 
"Through the fervour of their love which was above 
"nature, and through the death of the man which is 
"corruptible, and through contempt of arrogance, and 
' 'through abatement of the belly, and through the fear 
"of the judgment, and through the sure and certain 
"promise; through the desire of these glorious things 
"[Page 968] the Fathers acquired in the soul a spiritual 
"body." 

87. The brethren said, "How can we vanquish the 
"passions which afflict us, since they are placed in our 
"nature?" The old man said, "Through your death 
"to the world, for except a man burieth himself in the 
"grave of continence the spiritual Adam can never be 
"quickened in him. For when a dead man departeth 
"from this temporary life, he hath no perception of the 
"world, and all his senses are at rest and they are 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO67 

'useless. Now if that which appertaineth to thy natural 
'body thou dost forsake naturally, and thou dost not 
'do the same voluntarily in respect of thine own per- 
'son, thou wilt die; but if thy desire dieth through 
'repentance, [thyj nature will cease from this tcmpo- 
'rary life in the death of the spirit, even as the 
'natural emotions of the body ceased through its na- 
'tural end." 

88. The brethren said, "To what extent is a man 
'held to be worthy of revelations?" The old man said, 
'To the same extent as he is held to be worthy to 
'cast off sin inwardly and outwardly. For when a man 
'dieth through spiritual slaughter to all the con- 
'versation of this temporary life, and when he hath 
'committed his life to the life which is after the 
'quickening, Divine Grace alighteth upon him, and he 
'is held to be worthy of divine revelations; for the 
'impurity of the world is a dark covering to the 
'soul, and it preventeth it from discerning spiritual 
'meanings." 

89. The brethren said, "Can the man who loveth 
'money be faithful to the promises?" The old man 

said, "If he believeth why doth he possess [anything]? 
'Is our hope fixed upon gold? [Page 969] Or is the 
'hand of the Lord too short to redeem? He gave us 
'the Body of our Lord for happiness, and His holy 
'Blood as a drink unto our redemption; and hath He 
'kept back from us the loaf of bread and the apparel 
'which grow old? He who loveth money hath a doubt 
'in his mind concerning God, and he prepareth [the 
'means of] life before God giveth them unto him; and, 
'although in his words he rejoiceth in the promises, 
'he maketh them to be a lie by his deeds. True is 
'the word of our Lord, Who said, 'It is as difficult for 
"a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God, as 
"for a camel to go into the eye of a needle;'* to 

* St. Matthew XIX. 24. 



I068 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"possess both God and mammon in one abode is im- 
"possible. Now those who follow the ascetic life do 
"not belong to the things which are seen." 

go. The brethren said, "Who is truly the man of 
"ascetic excellence?" The old man said, "He who 
"at all times crieth out that he is a sinner, and asketh 
"mercy from the Lord, whose speech beareth the sense 
"of discretion, whose feelings bear the excellence of 
"works, who though silent yet speaketh, and who though 
"speaking yet holdeth his peace, and whose acts and 
"deeds bear good fruit to his temporary life and the 
"manifestation of Christ." 

gi. The brethren said, "Which is the way of life?" 
The old man said, "That whereby a man goeth forth 
"from this world in his entrance into the other; but if 
"a man forsaketh his childhood of humility, and cometh 
"to the old age of this world in his love, he revealeth 
"the way of life. Now the true departure from [Page 
"970] this world is remoteness therefrom." 

g2. A brother said, "What shall I do to this world 
"when it troubleth me?" The old man said, "The 
"world troubleth thee because the cares thereof are in 
"thy mind, and love therefor is in thy body, and its 
"delights are in thy heart. Let the world depart from 
"thee, and tear out from thee all the roots {or, branches) 
"thereof, and lo, the war thereof will cease from thee. 
"For as long as thy body seeketh [its] pleasures, and 
"its lust is of the world, it is impossible for thee to live." 

g3. The brethren said, "What is pure prayer ?" 
The old man said, "That which is of few words and 
"is abundant in deeds. For if [thy] actions be not 
"more than thy petition, thy prayers are mere words 
"wherein the seed of the hands is not; and if it be 
"not thus, why do we ask and not receive, since the 
"mercy of Grace aboundeth. The manner of the penitent 
"is one thing, and the labour of the humble is another; 
"the penitent are hirelings, but the humble are sons." 

g4. The brethren said, "By what is the love of 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO69 



"money produced?" The old man said, "From lust, 
"for except a man lusteth he will not possess [money], 
"and if he doth not possess [money] he will not hist. 
"When a man lusteth he possesseth [money], and having 
"acquired it he fultilleth his lust; and having fulfilled 
"his lust, he becometh greedy, and having become 
"greedy he committeth fraud; and having committed 
"fraud his possessions increase, and when his posses- 
"sions have increased love becometh little in him. 
"And when love hath diminished [Page 971] the re- 
"membrance of God is wanting in the heart, and the 
"intelligence becometh darkened, and his power of 
"discernment becometh blinded, and when the power 
"of discernment hath become blinded, the power of 
"distinguishing is darkened, and when the power of 
"distinguishing hath become darkened, the soul goeth 
"blind. And when the soul hath become blind good- 
"ness is rooted out therefrom, and wickedness entereth 
"in, and sin hath dominion; and when, sin hath ob- 
"lained dominion the thought of God is blotted out, 
"the passions of the body are roused up, and they seek 
"for the means for working out their needs. And when 
"they have obtained that which they seek it becometh 
"necessary for much money to be gathered together, 
"and when money hath multiplied the_^ pleasure of the 
"body is fulfilled, and a man eateth, and drinketh, and 
"committeth adultery and fornication, and he lieth and 
"acteth fraudulently, and transgresseth the covenant, 
"and he destroyeth the Law, and despiseth the pro- 
"mises, and lust is fulfilled, and God is wroth. For if 
"the lust for the things which are seen be hated in our 
"sight, we shall not love money, but if we perform the 
"lust of the flesh it is necessary to love money, because 
"it belongeth to the flesh and not to the spirit, even as 
"the Apostle said, 'The flesh hurteth the spirit, and the 
"'spirit the flesh, and both are opponents each of other.'"' 

* Galatians v. 17. 



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95. The brethren said, "What kind of prayer is 
"that which is not acceptable before God?" The old 
man said, "[The prayer for the] destruction of enemies. 
"When we ask that evil things [may come] upon those 
"who do harm to us, and for bodily health, and abund- 
"ance of possessions, and fertility in respect of children, 
"these requests are not acceptable before God. [Page 
"972] If God beareth with us, who are sinners and who 
"offend him, how much more is it right that we should 
"bear each with the other? It is, then, not meet that we 
"should ask for the things which concern the body, 
"for the wisdom of God provideth everything [neces- 
"sary]." 

96. The brethren said, "What is purity of soul?" 
The old man said, "Remoteness from anger, and the 
"error of remembrance of evil things, being weaned 
"from a bitter disposition, friendliness towards our ene- 
"mies, peace which is superior to troubling, and sincere 
"love which is above the world; by means of these 
"the hidden man is purified, and he putteth on Christ, 
"and is redeemed." 

97. The brethren said, "What is envy?" The old 
man said, "Hatred towards the virtues of others, 
"and wickedness towards the good, and a bitter dis- 
"position towards the innocent, and anger against 
"those who are prosperous in this world, and the 
"concealment of the upright acts and deeds of the 
"penitent, and vexation at the peace of the friends of 
"God." 

98. The brethren said, "In what way ought we to 
"pray before God?" The old man said, "For the 
"repentance of sinners, and the finding of the lost, and 
"the drawing nigh of those who are afar off, and 
"friendliness towards those who do us harm, and love 
"towards those who persecute us, and sorrowful care 
"for those who provoke God to wrath. And if a man 
"doeth these things truly and with a penitent mind, the 
"sinners will often gain life, and the living soul will be 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO71 



"redeemed. Now the prayer which our Lord deh'vered 
"to us as to the needs of the body, is one which appHetli 
"to the whole community, [Page 973] and it was not 
"uttered for the sake of those who are strangers to 
"the world, and with whom the pleasures of the body 
"are held in contempt. He in whose habitation {or, life) 
"the kingdom of God and his righteousness are found 
"lacketh nothing, even when he asketh not." 

99. The brethren said, "What is remoteness from 
"the world .'^" The old man said, "The thought which 
"vanquisheth the love of the body, for if the body be 
"not trodden down by the lust of patient endurance, a 
"man cannot conquer in the fight." 

100. The brethren said, "Can the soul of a man who 
"is held fast in the love of the things which are seen 
"be pleasing unto God.'*" The old man said, "Who is 
"able to live in chastity when the body is making de- 
"mands upon him? Or, how can be found the love 
"of our Lord in the soul which hath its abode with 
"the things which are seen and are corruptible.'* No 
"man can serve two masters, and the soul cannot please 
"God with spiritual excellence so long as the remem- 
"brances of corruptible things are in its mind, for the 
"mind of the flesh is not able to please God; except 
"the world dieth out of the heart humility cannot live 
"therein, and except the body be deprived of its lusts, 
"the soul cannot be purified from thoughts." 

loi. The brethren said, "Why is the mind disturbed 
"at the meeting with females?" The old man said, 
"Because they are employed in the fulfilment of the 
"lust of nature. When the gaze falleth upon the struc- 
"ture which [is intended for] the production of children, 
"and for the pleasure of the body, the poison of olden 
"time [Page 974] seizeth upon a man, and the law of 
"his will becometh confused; now the will conquereth 
"nature, not by the stirring up of the passions, but 
"by the fulfilment of works. The humble by the 
"power of our Lord conquer everything by their love 



1072 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 

"through the patient endurance of the merit of our 
"Lord." 

102. The brethren said, "Who is the mightier man? 
"He who is remote from the world, or he who dwel- 
"leth therein?" Tlie old man said, "The mighty man, 
"wheresoever he dwelleth, conquereth whether he be 
"in the world or out of it. Now the Fathers departed 
"to the desert place which was free from noise and 
"tumult, because they were afraid that so long as they 
"abode in the body the passions which afflicted them 
"would! cleave unto them; but those who have com- 
"pleted the great strife of their contest in the world 
"[have performed] an act of grace the power whereof 
"hath worked, and still worketh, for the help and 
"benefit of the community. And verily their crown 
"shall be a great one, because into the disturbed 
"and troubled sea of the world their spiritual ship, 
"which was on its way to heaven along the straight 
"path which was full of fear, hath not gone down." 

103. The brethren said, "If a man maketh himself 
"a stranger to the world, is it helpful to his soul?" 
The old man said, "If it fulfilleth with praise it is 
"helpful, and if it endureth tribulation in chastity, and 
"rejoice'th in our Lord, it is beneficial, but it is not, 
"if it doeth away the good seed and preventeth it from 
"producing beloved fruit unto God. If it beareth and 
"is blessed, it hath a reward, but if it lack these things it 
"becometh a wandering to the mind, and a sight which 
"is profitless; but best of all these things [Page 975] is 
"the tranquillity of the mind which is nigh unto God." 

104. The brethren said, "Since all the creatures 
"which God hath made are holy, why were the Fathers 
"in the habit of making the sign of the blessed Cross 
"over such of them as they ate as food?" The old 
man said, "Verily, all God's creatures are pure, through 
"the Grace of Him that created them, yet, because 
"sin obtained dominion, everyone of them became pol- 
"luted; then came the advent of our Lord and ab- 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. IO73 



"rogated sin, and righteousness obtained dominion, and 
"everything became sanctified, whether it was in the 
"heaven or on the earth. But because the blessed 
"Fathers knew the harmful disposition of Satan, who 
"even by means of such things as are used as food 
"carrieth on a war to our injury, they sealed their foods 
"with the holy sign of the Great Cross, that they 
"might bring to nought all the crafts of the Calum- 
"niator. For one of the old men said, 'On one oc- 
"'casion, when I was lying down at night, I thirsted 
"'for water to drink. And there was near me a holy 
" 'man who lived chastely, and he saw me take up a 
"'vessel of water to drink without having made over 
"'it the sign of the Cross. And he said unto me, 
""Wait, master, wait,' and he made the sign of the 
"'Cross over it, and straightway there fell from the 
"'vessel the Calumniator in the form of a flash of fire; 
"'and both he and I saw this, and we marvelled at 
" 'the great power of the Redeemer, and at the wonder- 
" 'ful sign of His merit.' Another version of the 
"story reads: — [Page 976] And one of the Fathers said, 
"'On one occasion I was lying down at night, and I 
" 'thirsted for water to drink. And there was near me 
"'a certain widow, who led a chaste life, both when 
'"she was with her husband, and afterwards, and she 
"'said to me, 'Wait, master, wait,' and she made the 
"'sign of the Holy Cross over the vessel of water, 
" 'and straightway the Calumniator fell from the vessel 
"'in the form of a flash of fire; and both she and I 
" 'saw it, and we marvelled at the great power of our 
"•Redeemer, and at the wonderful sign of His merit.' 
"These things were indeed spoken by that holy mouth 
"which was remote from falsehood. Therefore we 
"must necessarily do this {z. e., make the sign of the 
"Cross over our food) for the protection of our life. 
"For against this holy woman, who did these things, 
"the Enemy waged war openly, according to what I 
"have learned from a certain saint, a chosen man of 

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I074 QUESTIONS OF THE BRETHREN, 



"God, who heard the matter from her own mouth, and 
"he spake thus: — The blessed woman spake unto me, 
"saying, One day I went to the house of God, and 
"Satan drew nigh, and said unto me, Why dost thou 
"pray like a man, and say. Glory be to the Father, 
"and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost? And I said 
"unto him, If I am not to pray thus, how shall I pray? 
"And the blessed woman said, Satan said unto me, 
"Pray thus, and say, Glory be unto thee, O Mary, 
"mother of Christ Then I answered and said unto 
"him, [There are] ashes in thine eyes, O Satan. Why 
"should I forsake the Lord and [Page 977] adore the 
"mother? And Satan disappeared. And the blessed 
"man also said unto me, This same old woman said 
"unto me: — On another occasion I went to church 
"according to custom, and I knelt down and prayed, 
"and then the Enemy came and made blind mine eyes, 
"and I could not see, and I called to one of the women, 
"and she led me to my house. After three days Satan 
"departed from before mine eyes, and he began to go 
"away from before me, and then I said unto him, 
"There is something which I must make thee do. Go 
"thou to the place where thou didst seize upon me; 
"and we went to the church, both he and I, and I left 
"him where he seized upon me. Then I went away 
"a short distance, and when I turned and looked at 
"him I saw that he was standing like a shadow; and 
"I went on again, and then turned, and still I saw him. 
"And I shut the door of the temple and went forth, 
"and then I opened [it again and went in, and I saw 
"him still standing [there], and at that time his wiles 
"ceased from me. Such were the great things which 
"happened to that blessed old woman. For the monk 
,'must not boast himself over the man who liveth in 
"the world, for there are mighty men in the world; 
"for if such qualities are found in Eve, how much 
"greater ones should be found in the Adam which is 
"redeemed by Adam?" 



AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHEUS. IO75 



"One of the Fathers said unto me, One night whilst 
"I was sleeping, the Enemy came and smote me, and 
"said unto me, Get thee into the world and cultivate 
"righteousness, for why dost thou shut thyself up like 
"a beast in caves? And knowing the wickedness of 
"the Enemy, who was looking at me with an evil eye, 
"I made the sign of the Cross [Page 978 1 in his face, 
"and he fled from me. Then he waited a few days, 
"and came and smote me on the neck, and said unto 
"me mockingly, Now thou art a righteous man, rise 
"up, and get thee into the world, that I may not 
"destroy thee; and having prayed, and made the sign 
"of the Cross over my face, he departed from me. 
"And a little while afterwards he came again, and sat 
"upon my neck; then I made myself bold, and stood 
"up, and made the sign of the Cross, the emblem of 
"merit, before him, and again he disappeared, for he 
"was unable to resist me. For all these things took 
"place, and happened in very truth, and we may there- 
"fore know and understand that there is no rule of 
"life in which God so much rejoiceth, or which is so 
"terrible unto the devils and unto all evil spirits, as 
"the rule of humility, and penitence of mind, and the 
"subjection of the body, and remoteness from the 
"things which are seen. Whosoever-jiespiseth these 
"things will fall into the mire of the world; and who- 
"soever holdeth in contempt the good riches of the 
"fear of God, shall have his hope of the inheritance 
"of the saints cut off, and of the delights of heaven, 
"which never- pass away and never end. May we all 
"be held worthy of these through the grace and mercy 
"of our Lord Jesus Christ, the True God, to Whom, 
"with His Father, and the Holy Spirit, be glory, now, 
"and always, and for ever and ever! Amen." 



INDEX. 



Aaron, the high priest, 581, 940, 

1035, 1060. 
Abban, Abba 515. 
Abhila, Abba 594. 
Abhtiya 237. 
Abigail 756. 
Ablavius 245. 
Abraham, the Patriarch, 158, 

535,581,634,818,922, 1002. 
Abraham, Abba, disciple of 

Sisoes, 613, 615, 623, 708, 

725, 773, 816, 817, 846, 847, 

891, 908, 939. 
Abraham, the Egyptian 201. 
Abraham Kindonaya 1009. 
Achilles, Abba 894. 
Acre 544. 

Actor, the converted, 288. 
Adam, 346, 421, 798, 981, 1074. 
Adelphius 235. 
Adlep, Bishop, 729. 
Adolius 326. 
Aelia 239. 
Aenesius 283, 
Afnca 107, 243. 
Agathon, Abba 607, 614, 640, 

641, 643, 644, 686, 689, 703, 

713, 730, 731,751,774,843, 



889, 908, 909, 913, 929, 953, 

954, 957, 964- 
Agios 144. 
Agostalios 235. 
Ahron, the Alexandrian, history 

of, I97ff. 
Akhila Abba 860. 
Akhmim 211. 
Akila 670, 726. 
Akileos, Abba, 894. 
'Akur 544. 
Alania 107. 
Alaricus 243. 
Albinis 198. 
Albinus 198. 
Albina 238. 244. 
Aleppo 345. 347. 
Alexander, Abba, 622, 685, 689, 

690, 699, 700, ^66. 
Alexandria, city of Egypt, 55, 

82, 84, 99, 100, 128, 129, 

134, 136, 139, 143, 148, 150, 

152, 156, 166, 225, 231, 235, 

260, 261, 291, 297, 299, 304, 

311, 401, 420,421, 509, 571, 

582, 639, 668, 678, 689, 699, 

748, 805, 809, 865, 870, 942, 
963. 



INDEX. 



1077 



Alexandra, history of the maid, 

138. 
Alexandrian, history of a young, 

310- 

Aliboni 175. 

Alipius 257. 

Almina 238. 

Alompis 257. 

Alonis, Abba 603, 604, 713, 

765, 840, 842. 
Amahteos 294. 
Amatus 294. 
Ammantalida 229. 
Ammon of Thebais, Abba of 

30,000 monks, 514. 
Ammon and Theodore 72, 73, 

74. 

Ammon and Apollo 538 fif. 

Ammon of Nitria, 145, 577. 

Ammon of Nitria, (another) 578. 

Ammon of Ritheaon 790. 

Ammon, Abba, history of, 146, 
590, 630, 632, 650, 660, 667, 
668, 670, 693, 720, 721, 741, 
754, 790, 825, 826, 837, 854, 
869, 893, 907, 919, 927, 930, 
951, 956, 960, 1045, 1052, 

1053- 
Ammon, desert of, 443. 
Ammonius, disciple of Pambo, 

brands his members, 152,235. 
Ammonius, Bishop, 149, 151. 
Ammonius and Evagrius 193. 
Amonis, Bishop, 149, 151. 
Amonis, Abba, 919. 
Amos, the Prophet, 231. 
Ampikos, Abba, 754. 
Ananias 789. 



Anbastion, Abba 818. 

Ancyra 251, 253. 

Anicetus TjZ. 

Anthony, the Great, Life of, 
I ff. ; mentioned or quoted, 
134, 137, 145, 152, 165, 184, 
186, 187, 188, 193, 209, 210, 
265, 294, 296, 297, 298, 299, 
301, 302, 306,310,428, 570, 
594, 597, 604,605,611,620, 
628, 642. 651,659,671,673, 
710, 722, 741, 7^T, 791, 792, 
794, 805, 806, 818, 824, 825, 
828, 832, 844, 845, 846, 854, 
863, 869, 873, 875, 879, 880, 
886, 902, 908, 918, 930, 935, 
936, 951, 959, 1002, 1006, 
1049, 1055, 1058, 1059; his 
dress 58; cures, 59, age 61, 
sight of 71, death of \Q2^. 

Antichrist 197, 238. 

Antinoe 229, 273, 276, 335, 519. 

Antioch 243, 344, 759. 

Ants' nest, the, 351. 

Apellen, Abba, History of, 
540 ff., 1013. 

ApoUinarius 343. 

Apollo, Abba 415, 725. 

Apollo, martyr, 582. 

Apollo of Acre 544. 

Apollo of Hermopolis 520. 

Apollonius 156. 

ApoUos 49. 

Apos, Abba 598. 

Apronianus 237. 

Aproniya 237. 

Aquileia 236. 

Arabia 687. 



10/8 



INDEX. 



Arabs 59, 60, 347, 348, 673. 

Arcadius, Emperor, 638. 

Archelaus Kosos 74. 

Area, Abba, 939. 

Areus, Abba, 615. 

Arianism 83. 

Arians, 82, 96, 103, 105, 225, 226. 

Ark of the Covenant 868. 

Arm aye 84. 

Arsenius 234, 437, 589, 591, 
592, 594, 597, 601, 604, 605, 
620, 622, 626, 629, 634, 636, 
638, 653, 656, 668, 669, 670, 
685, 689, 699, 7C0, 742, 743, 
75C 761, 1^^, 7^7, 798, 816, 
819, 821, 829, 882, 883, 929, 
948, 961, io&z^ 1003, 1026, 
1046, 1049. 

Arsinoites 581. 

Arsisius 144; his soul carried 
to heaven 145. 

Asar-Hapi 144. 

Ascalon 964. 

Askelon 239. 

Asp and Pachomius 191. 

Assyrians 35. 

Aswan 56. 

Athanasius, Archbishop of 
Alexandria, 45, 130, 137, 148, 
225, 226, 307, 917. 

Athens 288, 289, 291. 

Athliba 829. 

Athlibis 211. 

Athri, Abba, 819. 

Athribis 211, 829. 

Atrepe 211. 

Augustus the governor 235. 

Aurelius 326, 915. 



Avita 238. 
'Awsabh 674. 

Babel 521, 853. 

Babhlona 294. 

Babylon of Egypt, 294, 521, 

582, 639, 740. 
Babylon of Mesopotamia 605, 

783, 942, 1059. 
Balacius 99. 
Balak, Duke, 100. 
Barsis, Rabba, 144. 
Basil, Mar, 340, 936, 1033. 
Basil a copyist 240. 
Batimis 934, 935. 
Batmis 764, 860. 
Battimion, Abba, 594. 
Beatitudes, the, 198. 
Beharl^ala 294. 

Benjamin, son of Jacob, 957. 
Benjamin, Abba, I55fif., 617, 

910, 954, 1047. 
Benus, Abba, 515. 
Besarion (c'r, Bessarion), history 

of, 375; his miracles 377 — 

3795603,754, 800,930, 1012, 

1014, 1015, 1049. 
Bessarion and Thaisis 208, 
Bethlehem 262. 
Bethkaya 442. 
Betionius 764. 
Bicaria 245. 

Bishop, the, who fell, 408. 
Bithynia 112, 260. 
Bitimis 764. 
Blemmyes 460, 461. 
Book of the Gospels 279, 341, 

422. 



INDEX. 



1079 



Book of Life 44. 

Book of Paradise 1028. 

Book of Psalms 413. 

Book of Wisdom 940. 

Bosphoria 251. 

Bread of Saint Anthony 186. 

Brethren, the three, 580. 

Broken, Monastery of the 176. 

Brother who denied Christ 410. 

Brothers, the two Persian, 391. 

Busar 69. 

Busiris 69, 144. 

Butler, Dom Cuthbert, in, etc. 

Bytinius 371. 

Caesarea 202, 207, 235, 237, 
250. 

Campagna 120. 

Campania 243, 244. 

Cancer 179. 

Candida, history of, 248. 

Canopus 639, 668. 

Capiton, history of, 276. 

Cappadocia 250. 

Carbuncle 199. 

Castration of Elijah 212. 

Cells, the 171, 175, 342, 388, 
598, 600, 606, 610, 611, 615, 
617, 618, 639, 642, 670, 683, 

725, m^ 831,835,860,963. 

Centaur and Anthony 303. 
Chaeremon, Abba 652. 
Chaereum 100. 
Cherub 903. 
Cherubim 985. 

Childbirth, monk assists at, 254. 
Chronius 264, 265. 
Chrysoroan 377. 



Chrysostom 130, 1033. 

Cireus 199. 

Clement 231. 

Clima 200. 

Colluthus 230. 

Constans 94. 

Constantine, Emperor, 94, 280, 

340, 459. 
Constantine the Less 225, 226. 
Constantinople 112, 154, 245, 

691, 738, 935- 
Constantinus the Assessor 245. 
Constantius 94, 225, 226. 
Contemplation, Sayings on 589. 
Cook and Pachomius 445. 
Copres 558, 567, 6^^, 7Z0, 917. 
Corinthian 195. 
Corinthians 231. 
Cornelius 301. 
Cosmas, history of, 416. 
Crocodile and Apellen 542. 
Cronius, priest of Nitria, 293, 

299, 580, 681, 737, 868, 869. 
Cross, use of name and symbol 

of, 62, 87, 88, 92, 93, 134, 162, 

427, 492, 5^1, 878. 1075. 
Cush 143. 
Cyprus 760. 
Cyzicus 343. 

Dabha (Lycus river) 72. 

Dakkeh 56. 

Dalgaw 511. 

Dalmatia 243. 

Daniel the Prophet 95, 286, 

623, 873, 708, 985- 
Daniel, Abba, 420, 617, 629, 

664, 688, 689, 700, 709, 



io8o 



INDEX. 



740, 773, 816, 821, 845, 956, 

961. 
Daniel Parnaya 819. 
David, King of Israel, 81, 140, 

269, 574, 756, 812, 818, 823, 

891, 918, 1002, 1035. 
Deacon in Egypt, history of, 

407. 
Dead Sea 285. 
Decius, Emperor, 301. 
Dekapolis 574. 
Delta 211. 

Derneskenyanos 469. 
Demetrius, Bishop, 130. 
Devils, the seventy, 174; they 

tempt Anthony 47; of fire 171. 
Dew collected by Ptolemy 200. 
Dibha 148, 149. 
Dikapolis 581. 

Didymus, history of, 136, 154. 
Didymus, history of, 579. 
Diodes 2758"., 1007, 1009. 
Diogenes 124. 
Dionysius, Bishop who was 

crowned 261. 
Dioscorus, Bishop, 149. 
Dioscurus 155, 234, 611, 919. 
Dioscurus of Thebais, with 100 

monks, 556. 
Disciple, triumph of a, 3i8ff. 
Disciple, triumph of a, 322. 
Disciple, triumph of a, 323. 
Domnin 291. 
Domyanos 943. 
Dorotheos, history of, 131 ; the 

priest, 274. 
Dorotheus, who kept Elijah's 

nunnery, 213. 



Dorotheus 1045. 
Dosphoria 251. 
Dracontius 149. 
Dropsy 155. 
Dudima 154. 
Dula 377. 

Ear, the left cut off by Timothy, 

153. 

Ebhlebhis 245. 

Edessa 277, 278, 347. 

Eden 159; Paradise of, 145. 

Egypt 26, 64, 69, 70, 75, 9r, 
loi, 105, 161, 173, 200, 239, 
243, 321, 342, 361, 378, 407, 
417, 456, 483, 485, 488, 493, 
526, 565, 567; Upper, 227. 

Egyptians 103, 296, 297, 301, 

537- 
Egyptian gods described 526. 

Ekloniya 236. 

Elephant 173. 

Elephantiasis 173. 

Eli 625, 947. 

Elijah the Prophet 17, 41, 159, 

301, 307, 513, 519, 533,711, 

818, 960, 1002. 
Elijah, Abba, Sayings of, 863, 

878, 891, 926, 929. 
Elijah of the Mount of Olives 

285. 
Elijah of Antinoe 519. 
Elijah, who built a nunnery 211. 
Elarikhos 243. 

Elpidius, history of, 282, 283. 
Embalming 103. 
Emma Talida, history of, 229. 
Ephraim of Edessa, 277. 



INDEX. 



IO81 



Epiphanius, Abba, 623, 624, 
625, 626, 697, 698, 943, 944. 

Epiphanius, Bishop of Cyprus, 
760. 

Epiphany 173. 

Esau 249, 272. 

Eskitikin of Pachomius 432. 

Eskition 480. 

Estapana 154, 192, 265. 

Estarkina 905. 

Estoris 689. 

Espir 294. 

Ethiopia 143, 530. 

Ethiopians 530, T"]^, yyj. 

Ethiopian damsel and Pacho- 
mius, 191. 

Eucarpus 266, 403. 

Eucharistos 804. 

Eugenia 641, 698. 

Eugenius the tyrant 510. 

Eulogius and the Arian, 293 fif. 

554- 

Eulogius of Constantinople 691, 
692. 

Eunomius 343. 

Eunuchs 244. 

Euorghanis 149. 

Eupraxius 757. 

Euprepius, Abba, 687. 

Eusebius, Bishop, 55, 149. 

Eusebius the prefect 225. 

Eustathius the Reader 207, 283. 

Euthemis, Bishop, 149. 

Eutymius 149. 

Evagrius, 154, 176, 193, 198, 
256, 257, 265, 291, ^, 343, 
401, 402, 406, ^6, 882, 997, 
1006, 1007, loii, 1017, 1019, 



102^, 1043, 1046, 1047, 1048. 

1049, 1058; triumphs of, 571. 
Eve 981, 1074. 
Ewargenis, Ewarghenis, 250, 

256. 
Ezekiel the Prophet 985. 

Famine in Edessa 278. 
Famine and Pachomius 455. 
Fast of Forty Days 172, 176, 

177, 327- 
Fasting 172; Sayings on 607. 
Fathers, Sayings of, 5890". 
Fathers, the two naked, 358. 
Fathers, the naked, 360, 361. 
Fig-tree and Pachomius 469. 
Fire, the devils of, 171. 
Fish and heresy y6. 
Fornication, three-fold nature 

of, 190. 
Fruits, dried, 196. 

Gabriel, Archangel, 812, 822. 

Gaddai 285. 

Gaddanus 285. 

Galatia 257.* 

Galatia Secunda 130. 

Galatians 257. 

Galatiya 243. 

Gallia 256. 

Gangrene 193. 

Garlic 526. 

Gaul 243. 

Gebel 674. 

Gehazi 167. 

Gehenna 19, 399, 705, 934. 

Gelasia, history of, 249. 

Gentiles 403. 




io82 



INDEX. 



Geomastiki 143. 

Gihon 38, 46. 

Gizeh 582. 

Gnat 173. 

Granaries of Joseph 582. 

Great Sabbath 618. 

Greeks 87, 301, 345, 537, 747. 

Gregory, Abba, 823, 936. 

Gregory Nazianzenus 240, 340. 

Hannah 962. 

yanton, Monastery of, 748. 

Harbelaye 924. 

Harlot and Serapion 413. 

Harlot and subdeacon 414. 

Harlots 199. 

Hatil, Abba, 791. 

Healing, gift of, 187. 

Hebrews 198. 

IJekham 145. 

Helenopolis iii, 112, 1000. 

Helit, Abba, 791. 

Hellas 288. 

Herakleans 924. 

Herakleia 294, 548. 

Hercules 189. 

Hermopolis 234; visited by 

Christ, 520. 
Hero the Alexandrian 197, 266. 
Heronion and Bosphoria 251. 
lieru-sa-Ast 144. 
Hezekiah 1035. 
Hieronymus 183,310, 585,1047, 

105 3 ; his history of the monks 

483 ff. 
Hieronymus the Grammarian 

263. 
Hilarion, Abba, 846, 877. 



Hippolytus 231. 

Holy Ghost, revelation of, 41. 

Honorius, Emperor, 638. 

Hophni 625, 947. 

Hon, Abba, 670. 

Huldah 962. 

Hyaena and Macarius 182. 

Hyaena and Pachomius 191. 

Hyparchus 701. 

Ilios 239. 

Iliu 666. 

lUyricum 107. 

India 38. 

Innocent I. 130. 

Innocent the priest 280 ff. 

Ironamis 183. 

Ironomos 263. 

Isaac, Abba, 610, 639, 641, 683, 

737, 774, 864, 924, 925, 928, 

929, 932. 
Isaiah, Prophet, 198, 430, 530, 

768, 985, 1028. 
Isaiah, Abba, 608, 622, 894, 

loio, 1017, 1054. 
Isaiah the Confessor 569. 
Isaiah and Paesius 157. 
Isidore, Abba, 128, 150, 601, 

633, 657, 660, 753, 771, 887, 

909, 913, lOio, 1053. 
Isidore the Confessor 234. 
Isidore, hospital-keeper, 141. 
Isidore, Monastery of, 555. 
Isidore, priest of Scete, 331. 
Israel, 54, 174, 361, 526, 831. 
Isokoron 872. 
Italy 236, 263. 
Iwarghanis 150, 151, 154, 155. 



INDEX. 



1083 



Jacob the Patriarch 6, 54, 81, 

837, 860, 1017. 
Jacob, Abba, 6Sy, 831, 856. 
Jambres 173. 

James the Lame 265, 1006. 
Jannes 173. 

Jeremiah the Prophet 199. 
Jericho 282, 286. 
Jerusalem 236, 327, 495, 534, 

551, 759, 937, 939, 940. 
Jerusalemites 297. 
Jews 152, 285, 536. 
Joab 918, 
Job the Prophet 36, 155, 271, 

499, 873. 
Job, Abba, 616, 6y6, 680, 749, 

807, 838, 874, 933, 949- 
John, Abba, 405, 616, 621, 661, 

690, 745, 756, 769, 779, 799, 
800, 803, 825, 827, 831, 856, 
857, 860, 878, 889, 891, 967. 

John Chrysostom 260, 996. 

John Colobus (or, Kolobos) 652, 
756,853,855,858,877, 1060. 

John, Disciple of Macarius, 167. 

John of Dikapolis 581. 

John of Lycus 255, 261, 335, 
378, 489 ff- 

John of the desert of Syria 544, 

John of Thebais 997. 

John the Evangelist 124. 

John the Baptist 281, 301, 307. 

John the Less, 605, 606, 607, 
611, 629, 650,751,753,754, 

837, 950. 
John the Persian 687. 
Jordan 285, 369, 1037. 
Joseph the Patriarch 582, 656, 



783, 942, 957, 1017; he drank 
wine 124. 

Joseph, Abba, 595, 617, 621, 
662, 672, 684, 691, 692, 707, 
731, 750, 767, 768. 796, 837, 
842, 843, 863,876,890,891, 
892, 893, 897,931,932,950, 
964, 966, 1002, 1043. 

Joseph 719. 

Joseph of Ramah 626. 

Joshua, son of Nun, 29, 282, 929. 

Jubinus 239. 

Judah, the Apostle, 51, 272, 

997- 
Judea 907. 
Julian, Emperor, 137, 521, 522, 

802. 
Juliana, history of, 250. 
Jupiter 296. 

Kalmira 200. 
Kantirsa 674. 
Kapiton 276. 
Karnios 264, 265. 
Karnon, Abba, 681. 
Katoniya 243T 
Kenneshrin 345. 
Kerion, Abba, 962. 
Khroaos 100. 
Khronis 144. 
Khsibhne 345. 
Kiopre. Abba, 686. 
Kiopros 677, 917, 919. 
Kirion, Abba, 896. 
Klimax 200. 
Klimis (Clement) 231. 
Kopris, history of, 558 ff. 
Kosma 416. 



1084 



INDEX. 



Kozma 416. 
Kronin 868. 
Ksuprutipon 263. 
Kurlnos 299. 
Kush 530. 
Kushaye 489. 
Kusnatis 94. 
Kustos 94. 

Laban 81, 1017. 

Ladder, name of a place, 
200. 

Laodicea 343. 

Lausus III, 112, 116, 128, 165, 
183, 482, 589, 1000; Counsels 
of Palladius to, jjyff. 

Lazarus 281, 659, 922. 

Leah 10 17. 

Lebhona 150. 

Leper and Eulogius 294. 

Leprosy 167. 

Levites 825. 

Libya 120, 150. 

Libyans 192, 333. 

Linopolis 810. 

Lion and Sabas 286. 

Lions bury Paul, 309. 

Longinus, Abba, 748, 749, 897. 

Lot 536; wife of, 29. 

Lot, Abba, 684, 718, 889, 890, 

893. 
Lucius, Abba, 897. 
Luk 594. 

Luke, Evangelist, 199. 
Luki, Abba, 1057. 
Lycopolis 82. 
Lycus 25s, 335, 379, 489, 

574. 



Macarius the Alexandrian 165, 
171, 920 ; visits garden of 
Jannes, 174. 

Macarius the Egyptian, disciple 
of Anthony, 165, 358, buries 
Anthony, 294, 296, 297; 
accused of fornication, 417; 
history of, 421. 

Macarius, Abba, 594, 601, 605, 
609, 613, 634, 635, 637, 645, 
646, 647, 659, 670, 695, 721, 

739, 743, 744, 77^, 793, 806, 
809, 822, 829, 830, 841, 846, 
866, 867, 875, 880, 881, 883, 
885, 886, 896,914915,929, 
937, 962, 1007, ion, 1013, 
1014, 1016, 1023, 1046, 105 1, 
1054. 

Macarius and the two young 
men 371. 

Macarius of Bicaria(?) 245. 

Macarius, the child of his Cross, 
160. 

Macarius, the hospital keeper, 

139. 
Macarius, priest of the Cells, 

196, 300. 
Madness of Valens 197. 
Magatis, Rabba, 900. 
Maghana 252. 
Magistrinus thrown to beasts 

231. 
Magna 252. 
Makhsime 256. 
Malcha 344. 
Malchus 344, 357. 
Man of nine virtues 379. 
Manichaeans 124. 



INDEX. 



1085 



Manilius 794. 

Marcellinus 234. 

Marcianus, Abba, 857. 

Marcionites 799. 

Mare, woman transformed into, 

168. 
Mareotis, Lake, 143, 160, 192, 

575. 

Maria 143. 

Maria, history of, 383. 
I Mark, disciple of Abba Syl- 
y vanus, 662, 663.. 
^Mark the Less 427. 

Mark the solitary 344 ff. 

Mark the mourner 300. 

Mark the Monk 1024. 

Marmarica 192. 

Maronia 344. 

Martha 815. 

Martinianus 58. 

Martininos 58. 

Martinyana 1026. 

Martiyana 1025. 

Mary, sister of Lazarus, 815. 

Mary the' Virgin 932. 

Mary 804. 

Maryana 383, 

Matoais (Muthues), Abba, 632, 
674, 731, 746,768,769,779, 
831, 836, 856, 863, 886, 924, 

959. 
Matthew the Evangelist 1003. 
Mauritanians 143. 
Maximinus, Emperor, 55, 134. 
Maximus the rebel 256. 
Melania the great, 112, 138, 

139, 149; history of, 234 ff.; 

275; receives Evagrius 342; 



her sheep skin 182; story of 
Pambo 150. 

Melania the Less 241 ff., 274. 

Melchisedek ^"JT; heresy con- 
cerning 420. 

Meletian heretics 82. 

Meletinians 103. 

Meletius, Bishop of Lycopolis, 
82. 

Melha (Melania) 138, 139, 149, 

150. 
Memphis 582, 639. 
Meshannayane, the, I0I2. 
Mesopotamia 120, 357. 
Michael, Saint, 812. 
Midianites J'Jl- 
Miles, Abba, 794. 
Mules = heretics 96. 
Misericors of Ancyra 253. 
Monk, the wandering, 335; who 

ate grass 369; who fell 276. 
Monks, the 24 grades of, 215. 
Moritine 143. 
Moses the Prophet 160, 361, 

605, 789, ^2^, 843, 888, 985, 

1035, 1047, 1060. 
Moses Abba, 658, 707, 736, 

750, 765, 796, 798, 849, 884. 
Moses the Ethiopian (Indian) 

328, 595, 597, 601, 602, 605, 

607, 1003, loio, ion, 1049, 

1059. 
Moses the Libyan 333. 
Moses of Patara 771. 
Mosquitoes 173. 
Mount Nitria 143, 144, 148, 149, 

155. 156, 175, 234, 293; five 

thousand monks at, 157. 



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Mount of Olives 280, 327, 486. 

Muain, Abba, 686. 

Muthues 632, 674, 731, 746, 768, 

769, 779, 83 1,' 836, 856, 863, 

886, 924, 959. 

Name of Christ, effect of, 47, 

50, 61, 85. 
Nastir 602, 640, 641, 672, 818, 

869. 
Nathaniel 162. 
Nativity 172. 
Neapolis 729. 
Nebaition j-jZ. 
Nebhrod 245. 
Nebitis, Abba, 778. 
Nebridius 245. 
Nebuchadnezzar 775. 
Nebuzaradan 907. 
Nectarius 340. 

Needle for palm leaves 195. 
Nestir, Abba, 595, 1002. 
Nestor 100. 
Nestorius, prefect, 99. 
Net of Satan 938. 
Nethra 342. 
Netira, Abba, 932. 
Nicetas, Abba, 696. 
Nile 38, 46, 149, 276, 294, 328, 

335» 526, 574, 648. 
Nilus, Abba, 1060. 
Ninevites 852. 
Nisibis 345. 
Nitria 72, n, 129, 143 ff., 145, 

256, 293, 342, 348, 576. 
Noah the Patriarch 873. 
Noah, Abba, 635. 
N6pi 569, 574. 



Nubia 56. 
Nubians 489. 
Nun 29, 282, 929. 
Nuzardan 907. 

Oasis 366. 
Olympias 242, 245 ff. 
Onions 526. 

'Or, Abba, 149, 569, 633, 670, 
^690, 702, 729, 761. 
'Or, district of, 544. 
'Or of the 1000 monks 510. 
Origen 149, 151, 154, 155, 250, 

447- 
Oxyperentius 263. 
Oxyrhyncus 516, 598, 886. 

Pa-Asar 144. 

Pachomius 145, history of, 189. 
Rules of, 214, 215; thirteen 
hundred monks in his monas- 
tery 217; 432, 433,439,440, 
442, 443, 444, 446; his doc- 
trine 452; phantom of, 463; 
gift of tongues of, 468; his 
oratory 473, 620, 621, 703, 
1020. 

Pachomius and Macarius, 176 — 
178. 

Paesius 660. 

Paesius and Isaiah 157. 

Paitorim 220. 

Palladius, details of his life, 
119, 120, 121, 131, 143, 171, 
183, 262, 273, 480, 589; men- 
tioned 1000, 1007, 1023. 

Palestine 120, 204, 235, 243, 675. 

Pambo, Abba, 149, 152, 158, 



INDEX. 



1087 



159, 234, 235,358,604,639, 

641, 666, 693, 708, 709, 728, 

798, 803, 842, 854, 870, 889, 

looi, 1002, 1004. 
Pammachius 244. 
Panbis 149. 

Panbo {or, Pambo) 149. 
Panyanos 238. 
Paphnutius, Abba, 182, 208,234, 

235, 266, 270, 607, 608, 616, 

670, 677, 711,722, 846,907, 

912, 925, 950, 1006; history 

of, 265. 
Paphnutius the confessor 70. 
Paphnutius, history of, 548. 
Paradise 130, 159, 194. 
Paradise, Book of, in, ii4fif. 
Paris 154. 

Parme 637, 653, 792. 
Parmis 780. 
Parniton 69. 
Parporitos 220. 
Patara 652, 689, 699, 752, 771, 

796. 
Patermuthis 615, 
Patra, Abba, 754. 
Patriya 240. 
Paul, Saint, 28, 78, 126, 195, 

271, 272, 535, 1035, 1062, 

1063. 
Paul, Abba, 1049. 
Paul, prince of monks, 300, 302, 

305. 
Paul, the Simple, i83fif., 428. 
Paul, disciple of Anthony, 210, 
Paul the confessor 569. 
Paul the Galatian 698. 
Paul of Dalmatia 243. 



Paul, a monk, 915. 

Paula, the free woman, 263. 

Paule 632, 650, 661. 795, 1006. 

Paule, son of Innocent, 280. 

Paulinists 236. 

Pawle 243. 

Pebbles, monk with, 390. 

Pekios 244. 

Pelusium 239. 

Pentecost 173, 337, 532, 595. 

Penyane 242. 

Penyaos 244. 

Perame 842. 

Perme 748. 

Persecution of Christians 96. 

Persians 236, 345, 802. 

Pessinus 130. 

Pethgama 374. 

Peta-Bast 144 

Petarpemotis 558, 560, 561. 

Petarpontis 615, 

Peter the Apostle 73, 124, 573, 

1035- 
Peter the Bishop of Alexandria 

57- > 

Peter the Egyptian 263. 
Peter a disciple 325. 
Petri, Abba, 889. 
Petronius 436, 437. 
Phantom and Pachomius 463. 
Pharaoh 526, 565. 
Philagrius 636. 
Philemon the Elder 581. 
Philemon the singer 583. 
Philistines 868. 
Phinehas 625, 947. 
Phoenix, village of, 264. 
Piamon the virgin 227. 



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Pierius 154, 240. 

Pilgarios 636. 

Pilison 239. 

Pilision 896, 927, 

Pinianus 238, 242, 244. 

Pior, Abba, 152,648,755,915; 
history of, 332 ff.; refuses to 
see his sister 333. 

Pirme 957. 

Pisanis 235. 

Pisimos 235. 

Pissimus 235. 

Pitch, cauldron of, 135. 

Piterius 220. 

Pithyrion .570. 

Pit or 220. 

Plato 124. 

Poemen 409, 595, 598, 599, 
601, 603, 612, 616, 617, 622, 
627, 630, 633, 634, 635, 641, 
642, 649, 653, 654, 659, 660, 
666, 670, 672, ^Ji, 6y6, Gyj, 
67?>, 680, 681, 685, 686, 694, 
695, 7^^> 7^7, 7io> 712, 725. 
731, 732, 735, 736, 744. 749, 
750, 754, 761, 7^2, 764, 765. 
766, 767, 768, 769, 772, 774, 

775, 77^, 77^, 79°, 792, 796, 

797, 799, 807, 826, 828, 829, 

834, 836, 838, 839, 840, 841, 

842, 843, 849, 854, 855, 857, 

861, 862, 863, 864, 868, 869, 

870, 873, 874, 876, 881, 883, 

884, 887, 888, 903, 904, 910, 

912, 913, 914,917,918,929, 

931, 932, 933, 949, 952, 953, 
960, 963, 1002, 1029, 1043. 
Poemenia 261. 



Polineste 231. 

Polycratia 74, 75. 

Pomegranates 174. 

Pontius Pilate 188. 

Pontus 340. 

Poplikos 238. 

Porphyrites 262. 

Possidonius the Theban 261, 

263. 
Potamioenia 134. 
Potbastos 144. 
Prayer, Sayings on, 620. 
Proverbs, Book of, 199. 
Providence, remarks on, 266 — 

272. 
Psalms 440, 441, 533, 534, 560, 

563. 
Ptolemy of Scete 200. 
Ptolemy the Egyptian 266. 
Publicola 238. 
Pulakratia 74, 75. 
Purpirine 799. 
Purte 838. 

Pyramids of Gizeh 582. 
Pythagoras 124. 

Quitania 243. 

Ramah 626. 

Raven 281; feeds Paule and 

Anthony 306. 
Red Sea 189, 294. 
Reeds used to make a road 174. 
Re'ith 674. 

Relic of John the Baptist 281. 
Repentance, Sayings on, 785. 
Resurrection 89, 105, 173, 337. 
Ritheaon 790. 



INDEX. 



1089 



Romans 120, 163. 

Rome 107, 130, 150, 180, 234. 

237. 239. 242, 290, 291, 301. 

342, 668, 669, 759, 760. 
Rosweyde 58, 69, 74, 75, ^6, 

100, 107, 194, 198, 203, 207, 

215, 219, 222, 225, 239, 304, 

377. 674. 
Rufinus quoted 55; visits Mela- 

nia, 236. 
Rufinus the consul 239, the 

prefect 154. 
Rumnin 291. 

Sabas of Jericho 286. 

Sabhat 286. 

Sabinus, Duke of Mesopotamia, 

356. 
Samson 1035. 
Samuel 81. 
Sand-flies 173. 
Sarah, Emma, 651, 673, 6t], 

731, 773. 839, 963- 
Saranis 840. 
Sarmata 592, 593, 792. 
Samaos, Abba, 616. 
Sapphira 789. 

Satan, forms of, 42, 43, 49. 
Satyr and Anthony 304. 
Saul, disciple of Bessarion, 

800. 
Sayings of the Fathers, the 

10600 of, 154; the 250000 

of, 241. 
Scete 166, 173, 175, 189, 198, 

234, 265, 266, 318, 322, 330, 

331. 358, 370.371,400,405, 
412, 415, 419, 593, 594, 595, 



596, 605, 606,610,611,614, 
634, 635, 638, 639, 645, 650, 
652, 654, 657, 666, 675, 677, 
679. 690, 721, 728, 730, 732, 
736, 742, 745, 762, 768, 774, 
779, 780, 798,809,815,817, 
870, 875, 876, 885, 886, 887, 
893, 894, 896, 900, 902, 907, 
928, 929, 933, 934, 950, 967, 
1007, 1013. 

Scholasticus (Serapion) 95. 

Scriptures, Sayings on, 620 fif. 

Sebhware 242. 

Seleucus, Count, 245. 

Senate, Roman, 130. 

Serapion, the Bishop, 95. 

Serapion, Abba, 144, 234, 636, 
925, 1049. 

Serapion and the Harlot 413. 

Serapion of Arsinoites 581, 

Serapion of the Girdle 287 ff. 

Serapion and the virgin of 
Rome 292. 

Serenus, Abba, 967. 

Serpent 70 cubits long 189. 

Serpents and-Macarius 175. 

Severus 242. 

Shaol, Abba, 377. 

Shaina 499, 506, 510, 511, 512, 
521, 522. 

Sheol 117, 337, 346, 406,447, 

454. 7^2- 
Shepherds, Monastery of, 262. 
Sicily 238, 243. 
Sikilia 238. 
Silikiya 243, 244. 
Silk raiment 242. 
Simeon, son of Jacob, 957. 



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INDEX. 



Simeon, friend of Peter the 

Egyptian, 263. 
Simon, Abba, 599, 747, 749, 

881. 
Simon Stylites 1049. 
Sinai 161, 416, 795, 815, 898, 

932, 937- 
Sinner, story of the burial of, 

439- 

Sinu, Abba, 632. 

Sisinnius 284. 

Sisoes, Abba, 590, 592, 593, 
594, 604, 611, 612,613, 615, 
617, 621, 623,631,632,649, 
650, 665, 671, 672, 673, 686, 
708, 709, 710, 725, 729, 752, 
761, 789, 791, 793, 794, 837, 
842, 843, 844, 845, 863, 870, 
884, 908, 910, 918, 956, 963, 
1052, 1053, 1054. 

Sisoes of Patara 752. 

Sisoes of the Rock 707. 

Solomon, son of David, 351, 

773. 
Solomon of Antinoe 273. 
Solomon, Book of Wisdom of, 

940. 
Spain 107, 243. 
Sponges 200. 

Stephana the apostate, 265,400. 
Stephen the Libyan 192. 
Stephen, author and writer, 

154, 240. 
Stromata 231. 
Syene 120, 489, 573. 
Sylvania 239. 
Sylvanus, Abba, 427, 616, 662, 

663, 692, 789, 815, 833, 879, 



884, 889, 893, 898, 899, 932, 

^ 955. 

Sylvanus the comic singer, 434. 
Symmachus 250. 
Syria 120, 344, 427, 720, 746, 

799, 846. 
Syrians 84, 747. 
Subdeacon and the harlot 414. 
Sumakhos 250. 
Swine 36. 

Tabenna 120, 145, 172, 176, 
214, 220; histories of monks 
of 432 fif.; men of 514; 7000 
monks of, 217. 

Tailor and the nun 218. 

Talida 229. 

Tamai al-Amdid 95. 

Taor, the virgin, 229. 

Tarkos 243. 

Tarragon 243. 

Tarsus 326. 

Tebansis 214. 

Tehisiya 207. 

Temerttha 264. 

Thaisis, history of, 207 — 211. 

Theatre 199. 

Thebaid, Thebais, 5, 6, 59, 120, 
243, 255, 257, 261, 273, 488, 
489, 514, 516, 519, 520, 533, 
548, 552, 555, 556, 559, 571, 
573, 585, 752, 801, 902, 919, 

997- 

Thebes 211, 214, 582, 745, 795. 

Theodore, Abba, of Parme 72, 
73, 553, 594, 601, 637, 641, 
652, 653, 674, 687, 723, 728, 
732, 737, 738,748,751,780, 



INDEX. 



109 1 



792, 816, 824, 841, 842, 856, 

884, 885, 900, 901, 904, 910, 

914. 
Theodore, disciple of Ammon, 

148. 
Theodore of Tabenna 432, 433, 

437, 438, 463, 464. 
Theodore, interpreter of John 

of Lycus, 258. 
Theodosius, Emperor, 128, 256, 

489, 509, 510, 638. 
Theodosius the Less 112,738. 
Theodotus, Abba, 615, 956. 
Theompitos 422. 
Theopemptus 422. 
Theon, knew Egyptian, Greek 

and Latin languages, 517, 

518. 
Theona, Abba, 957. 
Theophilus, Archbishop, 420, 

421, 604, 668, 745, ^e^, 870, 
963. 

Theophilus, a name of St. 

Anthony 12. 
Theosebius 181. 
Thessalonica 176. 
Therenuthum 875. 
Thmuis 95. 
Thronon 175. 
Timath, Abba, 650. 
Timiron 229. 

Timothy, Abba, 751, 842, 960. 
Timothy, a monk, 916. 
Timothy, Patriarch, 152, 689. 
Timothy, the Chorepiskopos, 

282. 
Titianus 224. 
Tomarta 264. 



Tortoises 134. 

Trajan 248. 

Trayana 248. 

Tree of Good and Evil 194. 

Tribune and John of Lycus 

490. 
Trontin 875. 
Troya 639. 
Tunic of Paule 309. 
Tyre 890. 

Usa (Oasis) 366. 

Valens, Emperor, 234. 

Valens the Palestinian 194, 195, 
266. 

Valerianus 301. 

Vegetables, used, 444. 

Vigil, Sayings on 620 ; the 20 
days' vigil of Macarius 173. 

Viper, miracle of, 133. 

Virgin and CoUuthus 230. 

Virgin and Magistrinus 231. 

Virgin of Bu§ar 69. 

Virgin of Jerusalem 202. 

Virgin who hid Athanasius 225 ; 
paralytic, 176; who died in 
a cave 370 ; history of a 
certain 394; the "broom" of 
the monastery 219; virgin 
and the reader 203 — 207; 
virgin and the Psalm-singer 
203. 

Wadi 'Alaki 56. 
Walls (Valens) 195, 266. 
Washing, eschewed by Anthony 
and Melania, 240. 



1092 



INDEX. 



Wasps 173. 
Water 169, 200. 
Weeping, Sayings on, 630. 

Yawnan 469. 
Yobanyanos 239. 
Yolinos 137. 

Zacchaeus 1003. 
Zakkai of Tabenna 459. 



Zechariah, Abba, 601, 603, 616, 
765, 798, 815, 841, 880, 896, 
898, 899, 962. 

Zeno, Abba, 675, 733, 747, 779, 

833, 955- 
Zinon 675. 

Zion 551, 782. 

Zoila, Abba, 622. 

Zoilus, Abba, 699, 'j^. 



BIBLE QUOTATIONS. 



Genesis Page 

m. 1 270 

XIX. 26 29 

XXV. 25 272 

XXV. 27 7 

XXXVI. 5 81 

Leviticus 

II. 13 923 

XVI. 17 153 

Numbers 

XXIV. 5 . . . . 54 

Deuteronomy 

VI. 16. . • . . 475 

Joshua 

XXIV. 23 29 

1 Samuel 

XVI. 12 81 

XXV. 24 756 

2 Samuel 

XI. 25 918 

I Kings 

XVIL I. . . 17, 711 

Job 

V. 13 865 



Job Page 

V. 19 575 

VI. 6 271 

XI. 8ff. . . . 271 

XIV. 7 463 

Psalm 

I. i6. ... 268 

VII. 7 892 

XVUL 29 840 

XX. . 7 46 

XXIV. 3,4. 140,141 

XXV. 18. ... 850 

XXXVII. 15 892 

XLU. 1 828 

XLVi 10 497 

Lv. 6, 7 . . . 498 

Lvu. 6 32 

Lxv. 4 552 

Lxvm. 1 892 

LXVm. I, 2. . . . 26 

LXVIII. 31 531 

LXXIII. 22 870 

LXXXUI. 13 892 

LXXXVUI. 12 917 

xc. 10 415 

XCII. 12 871 

XCIV. n 865 

CI- S 953 

CIV. 20 190 

cxvm. 10. ... . 26 



Psalm 

cxix. 165 

ex XV. 1 

cxxviii. 5 

CXXXI. I 

cxm. 3 

CXLVI. 8 



Page 

487, 552 
. . 782 

537.55» 
. • 953 
. .318 
. . 136 



Proverbs 

IV. 23 30 

XIV. 15 865 

XVU. 22 8l 

XXIV. 27 121 

XXXI. 9. . • . . 121 



Ecctesiastes 

vu. 15. . 



Isaiah 

X. 15. . 

XI. 6, 7 

XIV. 
XIX. 
XXIX. 
XXXV. 
LIV. 
LIV. 13. 
LXV. 24. 



13.15 
1. . 

1.3- 
I. . 

I. . 



195 



670 

530 
406 
520 
625 
525 
52s 
78 
'3 



Ezekiel 
xxxui. II 431 



1094 



Daniel Page 

VIII. 26. . . , . 95 

Hosea 

IV. 12 15 

Amos 

I. 9 870 

Ecclesiasticus 

VU. 31 121 

VIII. 9 121 

XIX. 30 127 

St. Matthew 

IV. 3 270 

IV. 4. . . . . 541 

V. 3 507 

V. 22. . . 704, 705 
V. 23, 24. . . 66 

V. 33. 37. . . 493 

VI. 3 474 

VI. 25,31,34. . 8 
VI. 33- . • 55. 1030 

VII. 2 99 

VII. 7 58 

VII. 14 498 

IX. II 125 

IX. 12 258 

IX. 14 124 

X. 8 98 

X. 16 864 

X. 18,19. . . 125 

X. 22 357 

X. 42 943 

XI. 29 113 

XII. 43 570 

XIII. 3 1005 

XV. 22 756 

XVII. 20 189 

XVIL 20 562 

XIX. 12 759 

XIX. 21 311 

XIX. 21 8 

XIX. 24. ... . 1067 



BIBLE QUOTATIONS. 

St. Matthew Page 

XXIII. 8 • 198 

XXIV. 23 948 

XXV. 35,36. . . 255 

XXV. 36 607 

XXV. 40 943 

XXVI. 41 460 

XXVII. 5 5 

St. Mark 

II. 17 258 

II. 18 124 

XIII. II 8 

XIV. 38 460 

St. Luke 

II. 52 II 

III. 4 29 

IV. 8 43 

IV. i8 944 

V. 31 258 

VI. 29 651 

IX. 62 259 

X. 18 49 

X. 19 538 

X. 20 44 

XI. 9. . . . . 58 

XII. 11,22. . . 8 

XIII. 25 45 

XIV. II 503 

XVI. 9 1031 

XVII. 21 29 

XVIII. 13 740 

XXII. 40,46. . . 460 



St. John 

V. 14 272 

VI. 45- • . . . 78 

VIII. 44 493 

XII. 35 562 

Acts of the Apostles 

IV. 32 353 

XIV. 22 498 



Romans Page 

I. 24 403 

V. 20 526 

VIII. 26 455 

VIII. 39 986 

XII. 5 54 

1 Corinthians 

III. 6 49 

in. i8 219 

III. 19 865 

in. 20 865 

IV. - 195 

VI. 9 140 

VII. 16 242 

IX. 24, 25. . . 852 

IX. 25, 27. . . 126 

X. 31 702 

XIV. 20 865 

XV. 31 28 

2 Corinthians 

VI. 2 461 

VI. 14,15. . . 529 

VI. 18 487 

XI. 3 865 

XII. 2 78 

XII. 7 272 

XII. 10 17 

XIII. 5 66 

Gaiatians 

III, 28. . . . . 284 

V. 16 541 

V. 17. . . 966, 1069 

V. 22, 23. . . 126 

Ephesians 

IV. 26 66 

VI. 5 348 

VI. 12 31 

VI. 12, 13. . . 78 

Philippians 

I. 23 121 



BIBLE QUOTATIONS. 



1095 



Philippians Page 2 Thessalonians p^^e Titus 

11. 3. ... 949 III. 10 10 I. 13 

ni. 13. . . 17,710 

nr. 22 348 • ^"""♦•'y Hebrews 

IV. — 45 

VI. 14 67 



I Thessalonians 

V. 16, 17, 18. . 10 2 Timothy 
II. 20, 21 



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I John 

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^'o^ -^03 ^ba«o^ A? Jop .;^oiba*ar ^ ^ ^oof ^^3 
I IsasaS ^>'n»\^v>b ^oJN ^*o^9 -^J^?^ ^t?A^? V^^ 
.351^..^ .Jbpk^oX^o ^i^SftiftS ^afso'^ \ao^ 6a\ .^ . fcU ^ ba S e 
o^ )^o ^^ako4>3 3m>2 .5^9kb0JS^ ;;soS^ 3op: -3ia.js^ 
^j^ou^aa ^,3^2 <*^'9^ o^ 5^-A^b ^JSo*^b ^ale .^^ 
^*auS^b ^9x0 ^J^o^A^ vf G^ ^3^ -uOTOm^ 30,?^ ^^^o 

;:safiUM3 .M^ ;^bor ^^b ^933 ^3 or^l,3 *^Uo^ o^ 

^SAoo; ,^4^»1m '^s^o ^Io^ -^^j ^^ -^^ ;3iboo^ ^3 
.jitta JxoaS .)l307xe ^JS9auf&9 ^o^o ..^^fa^o ;'i!09fo 
.^LjQxa ;:soS^o .^SJ* JsMt*"^ ^lae^io .;n^>^ >^bAor 

9 ^ » ^ ' I t t » ^ ' *##'* 

.a^So^bOiS ^^ ^939 ^^3 ^^^23 0^3 ;a(^ ^sof .U*^39 

5^ ;i2 9M2 jAii^b 5^2 .^SoL PO^ ^ ^3kiQ»33 .^3 

)i]lt39^ ^Aaiboo 4'i*^ yo^l ^3993 ^o; -|^^ ^? 
.yO^ ^>^ ^33ka6 . ;; .^Sb^si iafil ^ yoo^ ^'?^? ^^^ 

^A^od .!I^2 02 k^i^ Aii .yOOftM^ftfltS yi3A9& ^^03002 )^3 

.;oV^^3 ^"3^3 ^a\ti .MOio&yi2 ^aof ;i«9*3i<;33 ^s^ai 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 764 

^3JK ^61 .^p ^asi ^p l^t"^^ ^^ ^? .je»«^o2 
l^ox .;iso^ ^.>^ ^^M^^ ^>? ^ ^^^ ^^M^^ 

h^isf .^^ofiyAM ;Iiti ^f^p ^V^is? 3^*2 ?A\y .^^ )Sp 
.^A^Miis ?fli&9tt^ ^^^^? ^^? l^ 'l^^'>^!? ^^ V^ 

a^fis: .;u^39 ;jk'oVjo ;9^9 .:S>^> i^;; .;a^9 ;5f^ ;!&$ • 

:^Sso 4>bau ;l^9 .oi^^.ba&!» ^s 9^ .>S^ JsS^K ^079 

.aoSif Ji^ ^ X^2 .jdi^ Vr4^? ^<B^ ^ P^^Aai 

o^ ;^ ^9 ju2 ^ .;^aA o2 i^ ^2 )^l '\o*pajo 
l^eabauo o^^ Isap oaip IpaSt atxHi ^o^SH^ .}^q^I« 



763 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^^ Jop .^i^o l^i'^in ap ^>*o'«hs A^bao ^^,?? '^^ 
o2 .mOToS^ bOdi h?^o^ lilaa ^2 Jii^bl ;!^s i^pSt oafso 
>^ »lo^ ^» is^^b <>7A^b ^JOuixis o2 ,;aSi>^a U^ 

;Ioor ,ti\\Sb ;s^a ;^o^ ^o^o .;L9 9f\ ^iX^ ^^34^? 

^S^ :a& ^or ^ .;^OA ^oA isAa ^lua ^b^!3 ^ ^ 
Foi.3so^^l|au ojumS ^e^ia .?tilp ^oi!S»A ^A^ao ^^p | ^iikx 

;9;xe Mk.2 ;<^Aat *^ ^2 ^'os A? ^f|!^9 ?*^ ^^^ t?^ 

oi£S3mi ^^b JSwbj; ^^Mii ^ .;l2 bi^d ;(SkI^o .^2 bOl^ 
^ ^2 ;iU^:apo .^^OAMbp ^2 ^bJe vA ^oof ^|oo;*b 

^bl ;bMi2 ^9 isfti ^axMJKbs }oor^ '^3 9d:2o }aXo ^iCdlio 
mS ;a,bube ;<Labaa l^coi ;^b^ ;l^o^ ;b3i,^ ;lo; ^ .;i2 
^fiMii iSa .^07 ka&^JS2 >ttVi \iie .;«t)bxb ;^oi\bbS 
.^o^ia ;b32^ ^t^>^^ ^^ t*^^ ^^?^ t4^^ v^ -^f^^? 
^qi ^m2 .t^ii ;S .0^069 1^2 ;eo7 oj^^a ^^9^? ^^^ 
^^ob03 o^baix ^oo^^^o ^^ooua^ ^ ^Li* ^^ ^io t!!^Ai^ 

.;^ox3 ^o or^^^hoa yip ^>39,?? ^9931' ^ %^? .«i«oro^2 
.^isA^oibB ;JSo9Mbkbb ju2 9ki^2 ^bibo .0079 MJSbb2 t^ % j^o 
;^2 .0^ vf^^? %^^ r^ ^ .;is<iSA ;a;l& ^9V^o 

DDDDD« 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 762 

^l ^aiie .^da>S ;do>. ;3JKio .;u^ ;>)a4<' v^a^ 

<*^2 ^f^o^ 



;LiS .;3of ^ ^^^fM? ^9^2 w>M^>3 ;Ija0 aJi^ 2^9 

k^iadao -?i^b ^^ ucno^i S^ ildl ^^?^>^ '^?? 
^op ^'>m2 ^0^2 (1^2 *>;o^i3 orfso%y>«iS*tt) ^ l^i^,^ 
Islhoa ^2o ^jA*bo29 ^a oof .eoo! ^3\ ^aoo ya^a 

^Aaa ^bopriO ^Li>>\< ^90^ 3y\ ;i^j; .;jjb fi>tti>'ji 
^ y>\y,y ^oub ^u^iso .^x^ ^aJBaa 99 ^^ciVtMiaS 
j^SjS ^o^ ^9^9^ ?^^jlo .y^»ny o2 5^;^ 9i*it2 *>^b 



76 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^o ^i^ ^3 ^xoisais is*SfO .^oojbb ^3 js*3 s^hoaS 

^aoXmO .^^? ^oxe .^3 ^9 }9o& '^??o ^iVr 
.^30jb M«03£ia yO07^O9Mt0 >^?9^ ^307a& .^ bdaoM .^aa 
^oo^o -'^3^9 ^]JEi3o6o .o^isbaJJb ^aaoae -»3^9 opui 

^[^ ^qa>m6s 3^ ei .i^isiQ)fis ^op isil «9^^to 9a els 
;aiiL2 JK^4»>3 }^3 v^fMO -5^^ ^?^o JSuiioSskA ^cr^ 

^QbOiMO .]ioi •5^&M? ^'3Jd 5^ ^ttl^ia -^^> ^ ^^f4*^ M?l 
5^isob9 ^9^3 eof >2o:^i yoaja ^^hji ^<i^i -5^3^ ^*a 
.)^o^^ ^i fis*ooi ^3303 o^^^^io .5(A*^bpo 5^^i^e 

.^o^Sid oi^o^^ ^t'^^ tt'? ^9^ ^^? -^3ia3 ^bislo 
5|ix!^o ^9X ^9^ Abo isfti .^1^ tSa ^^X3 ^>sa 

is&i .^oi^A36i3 ;js<^ 5^2 ^3 ^3Mi 990 .;isMOdads 

;i3M^3 ;1^0 .^isbOMOb OIJSOS^ ^OltSb bo^ ^tAOj 
?>\\3 ^03 ^'3m23 k^tSMO -30pJk ^iA^2 5^2 oS .OO] ^QSm 

0^3 kSftl^^^d ?AS>'io .^0^23 ^OmA ^03 isfti .^abob^a 

;A^o .id^ 5^2 ;jS99»!^ o^ ^^o^ '^\ -^^1?^ ^^9> 

.;43isl^ ^f?^^^ ^f?^^ "^^9 'V'^? ^3^9*^ is£i 

0^ ;3.d3 Ssa ^isito .o!^^c^Qbba ^iOMSbs oar ^,3b*oro 

DDDDD 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 760 

.^xxao^a ;.bjss .^iLa ^ ^o IsiiJri ^p ^fr^odaiOJao 

;^;;o v^isKap ;i^2 .pSA ;\52 .Jau^ A^i .aoM ^i 
jSlo .aauobo 1^2 .f^^Ay ^2o .^,ia>y A^2 .^isau 
.«^ai}^^ ^o^ A^2 .woiix :S2o .aoii^ ^^2 biuM 
;i»QS^ ^.o .07^0^ ^Lail ikoS^ Hi^i .;»e^ oi^ isA ^o 
i^i ,a{s. kS Ibark y^o .07^ 6s^l I^otsl i^i .07S is4 

0073 ^ oor •'ii^^ ^^073^ ^1 .o7^a^ ;m^ ^^^^^i^^ 
.^*o^ ^or ;A3 ;»>ojb3tobo9 ;^ousjq3lsi2 0^1 .«^Ati 

^ora ^ .?lt1^^ ^^2 M^ASbo U^^o5p lJOi>x jS^io .^ci^ 
^o^b ^LJ^ o^ ^ St^oj k^^^s '^^ ^ t^'^ ^?^ 

•C* h*ho2 v'^ VtV^ ^\v\ ^ f^^ff^Y ; 



aa^L -^^se^ Sit lik0^o*aap ly*i ShxfrS ^ ^2 ^^Lao 

li^ ^a;^ ?^9 -t^^,? ^^? j^»»^oi?iO ^'aM ^o 
lA^fO .^aoo ^2a is&i 4^3^ sa .jdika JSoSa ^■'v^ft^in 




759 SAYING S AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

\;bK bfiUuo lloof m^ls^ua op^bo aaI yboi&AAao .^ea 
Joro .^0^31 J^p Jd2 ^^^b .y>iAac3 >Js3^ ^si ^of 

3^*2 ;9o^ 077>^? -^t'^^ ^^^ >°.?^ ^'T^ "^^ ?^^? 

f ' t ' » " n't V^ »' * ' • 

;^bo .jbase^a ;^oi^kxb9a ;1^ loo) A?9 -^ >^^ 
;auis«»M .oSfe* ^^92 iVyyt .^ibo tSfi^ cp!^ ^rub^ ;po;& 

^92 3u3 .!l>jbSita &SiOX «a^9 oofo .?^Vv<B uOrdSiAJS^ii 

^o '11^!^ ;lisa^0o ^^ ^ .;3\Ij^ }^o*&f ^o9^ 

Jcf ^ .5^ Uoor ^^ ^32 ^ .^xoaSb oypao^y ^e 
b»^P9 jLS£i&9o .MO}ou*i^ ^jH^?9 .cn^n^^ ju2 ?t<ata 
ju2 ;oo^ ^S's J07 ^ .}ny^ ^st^ ^^ ^32 >\\,y .UaJ^ 

^O .^007^ 3k^isis:903 ^9/0 .?'a\\i3 ;3aii ^330 .^ 

9^3 L<a) ^ -^^9^ ^^^ v?^C ^^^ ^^ '^^ ^9^ 

.^fisd ^;>^ ^2 ;oo^9 .^07^ ^ ^i ;jse;ii33 >$a1i^ 

Fol. 349a. MO^oLiii pkb 0)^0:0 ^00^39 I .MOfOO^^^M^I 92^ JlO0:|i99 

^fo^XJk9 yMi\a;y .^o^ 9^9 ^^9 ^ l^iii^ ^07 .poArvn 
^2 ^of .>j)?.i9^ jsil»'<a.^ri9 ^2o .^qL^i9 Mara^'9L:i 
.^ao^e ;9aLoo ;^o]^oi Am ;^? ^^93^ ^'f^? 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 758 

.opuaitp ^^Jua odl ^ju* x!^3 ^A^ Iaoo^ (^a^jLiip 

Mis .liso^oiit ihi^ .mojoXsi ^^ia ^^^'^ t^ ^9^.^ 
•^9^9»3 ^op 32^ ^907;k9 \*o^Sst JAMsa Ueora ^^aislao ^j; 
.o?C^af^3 bV^ft) ^ooTs Ape .^JSo^AO ^ 92& ^90^^ 

;^o*3x .>^s ;:Ko\Mi>bo3 ;^;^9 ;i03^ .;3;l& «!Sai X^ase'^ 
^x^ J^ ^ 9m\ ^i; ^^'4^ -^^93^0 ;^fl\lso 

;i3 ^3fii3 ^0 .pus j^nac^y ^J\iS^ ^oojii^e .^aaa '' 

ifHis J^oi X^ .^09 ^oSuiie .^9 jd2 ^oo) A90 

.SMl ^O^S .lia ^ ilS^^ ;iAO I .loisi ^9ub ;^0 iS^eFoi.348^. 
]i&99 ^9 ;JKe\^ .^ols ^o;2i9^ ^99 lojiii^ ^^^,? 

>Hn\S 1^,99 ^ouiip iloi^o .^9fii ^ -^o^ip cn^^,9^ 
JKoauV^e ,;6soJtX^kck .:^Jiiii^ r^l ^^ -^ ^ ^ 
(9>^9 >^^aL^, ^jl ^92 .;i^e2o ;^o9mMo .^Apijod 

JS09m^0 .;\9 jdl ;O0r ;i^90 .Ou\a ^O^? '^^^ -^Sl^ 



75 7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.0^ ^2, 0^ loo] v^u-^p oc^ yOoii^La ^^* aae .^i 
aa m0103u2 jlcu .cn^oi^ ^alj aao .^3^ u^ol^ aoaJd 

«^2L ^ojNSVyfya .;U9r2 ^Sorp ^^^^o^suik^ ^2 ;ii2 >!^^^ >^bp2 
.yioisis2 ^07 y^iox ysk Off! ^d ^2 'IM^ li^^^SieS ^l 
Ip*^ ^<Sk»2 Ix^am ^ ly*Ma ^a^p ^9.^9 oo' ^^ ^^^^ 
o;^ ^oo) ^*2o yok^i ^2 ^93 ;oo7 ^33 9A *:*^S ^a<D3 

.;^3e;a ;3o^9 ;.d34 ""^il ^^? ?'*'^V? v?^^ ^ '^P^ 

0^3 3m^o .;3Q^9 ^'y^ yor 9^ii? ^^j ^^ '^^ 0^7^ 3^2o 
9^2o .ua^ ^^ ^cj^^dojCD isfti .qS 3ibo2o 3^bis^ aa )i3iCd 
^I ;3A*2 MO^^sbao ;l^3 o?7^2o .;3A o^ 3^2 .^ qi^ 
^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^?^ >^tI>JP ?9 <«uO70uaLiQ>6s3 ^a2 
..oo^ ^oo] aabbMb oar ^3o2 ^l^^ -^7^ l**\o oo] ?V^»nicr>2 
.;^9o2 ^o/ ;^2 ;|»^b ;32 pd^ ^ji^ -^^ ^1^ ^1 ^^il^ 
ec^&2 .^o* ^2 ^07^ Mil -^ii^ aa ^obObi ^LbaAb 
Foi. 348a. Madi aoL ;or ;i^j^ | i^c^ao o^ wC3LS<isis*ap .07S ^is^a^ia 
9«^ .;m2 ^a>^2 .htiOfM2a 'Ji^2 ikl ;j» ;iSa adp2o ^o^a^ 
.oaisaaa yOa^Sst plait e .^jaot oaii^o :«4X32 isa^j^ 
.^07^ ^00) ao,bi«a 007 ^L^iS ^oiOiaAa J^'o -^a^e^ ^,?^ 
^2 9j;<2i aA ^mS ^9 oAa ^>aL^a .joua^ ^2 a^boi 
^>!^a 073^*2 oljl ^07 ^af^s^ao .^2 \i2iO ^2 ^^%fi 

.Sajoai^ J^ lorn isA M&Kaisfii ^ 



fr^>!^ ;^33 ;^o\^ ,;^o\9jQi mo^!^^ [loo; ;a3a\^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 756 

^00^^*2 ^Iao/s .^Skfib ^o;|«N.2d ;iLi2 \ii eoo] ^3j»l 
^*aua i^aie •^0^3 ^^Va ^ikx ^aia yOOT^a ^oiJa 
^^S ^>Si ^fJih ao6t^ ;:m*2o -^fA^ ^Sie .^issbas^ 

oi^ JSi.2 ji2 y^o .;^9o^f ikSo^^p ^^I ^^^?o -^t^ 

0007 >>\'«it.hffi ^.i^oro .0^ A^ttt^ift oT^Afib ;&>Siao 

JN<a 3mo .;jSq^0 90^3 ^2 .07^0!^ ;^aajj6aJ!l^2S 0^0 

ilSitXO .000} ^ A\^^^ ;L^30 ^*?V^.t,*^ OOOT J^lo 

o;i^ ;oo) vxaits py^ ?.juaS 07^0^0 ^ ^.?^9^ ^oAo^i 
O3kbo2o yoo^ os^ko .;^i i,}! ly^ab ^m-^m? .0^ a^jlo 

;^A3 ^M|; .^001 ^S^i ijabl ;xo^ ^,?^ ^ l^? -^ 

<« o^f^\\,>nS ^qu^ 9m k^o2 A "SOJ^o -^iAa2 A Moroi^2 
oo}a .;3S x^ ;3Ad op»x ^oo) ftyid ;<^2 ^ com ^k^ 

yiOJQpd ^,9^ ;00) «ai!^0 ;3A9 OT^t^M^ ;OOI ^2^ Z&Of 

J^Jl^iNl ;i^2 .q^ lorn uttfvy ^o ;o0} ;^ ;aA eofo .^oo} 
.^07 ^iS o^ smAm abSab .a±)2 9a mOIoL^s i^boiito ^ 
^Aio^ab .;9or ^ ?.nft^\ o^ ;ooj JS*2 ^^o2 Ji^o 
^oba^^ ^3A oo) fisiobOL!^ 2ooi »*^^ 3^o .^ooi auiJ oyi^aouo 




Fol, 



755 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

}at^A^ 6^ ;^o ^ors ^3A ^eis '^,1 <* ^0!O3ari\.vnS 
z^'*^ m3^om 5t*i .^ASo ji^^23 ?i^Sft5Vi d^£Sii2 ^oofb 

;^ua^ i^2s ;^i <« ^ ^^^>? cyk^ala ^i^i Ap v9oN 

^1 ;^ ;^o .yi^ ^iuii uoaaa ^2 aaS(2 ^p .o^ a^lio 

. ib02 -m9^ ^0706^2 ^3k^tt23 i^nssyo .6^ )^ii? ?^^ 

^3>^ ;^ .;a9o^o '^^9 MO/oik^ isfti ;:a93 ;S y^ .^SA oi^ 

347a. -eof ;3^ oj^ 3^*2 .0^ ;oo! ;^e ^itL^ >lib:o .^9^ ;So 
.oT&bo iSM& tSAtt ^kb 9^0 .|l2 t»9^ ^or ^o MiM«bo^ ^ 
^3^ k^al >So 4>i>9M? o^&bo li^ ?.h>>tofi ?S^ntS o^bMoo 

.;^^aX ^11^ ;!^9 0)3^ uO^fM 990 .M07oi^2 O^ »^4(^.? 
i^Of i^073 -^9f frwA ^00; cAoi^bBO MOroik^ JLlQ»ai ^3^1 

.^3^b ^3^ mO^a^o 007 ?S^'nt\ o^^^JJiso .0)3 ^J^ or^itf 
^soso^JS Jisi!^ A231 ;^2 <*;3^3 ^Asas t^2 6;*£^ii2 ^3 ^07 

;;^ A^o .U2 3^2 ;o73 ;bo2^x^ ^ lii^a .;!»343 

u^ JSa2 ^ 5^0 .^2 ^io uooio^sjkofib ^23 .o^S ab0|| 

JS^kbO^ ^'>^ ^^t^ ;S>^><3 .^OASbb ^32 A^'i <*5^ a^23 

o;JSQ9uadaa or^MOX^ ^^fVi^ ^^ '-^^9 ^^a ^ Sa^sI 
;i^o .^0)3^^ ^ o^^,?fil .wQ>*itb» ^2 SbDJI <«o7idNac9o 

;L3 ofjsadubb kdoou i^^ ^IsumA o^ ;i^o9 .^oo; sdb'i 
ccccc 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 754 

hici ;a^cr)fo ;3kA^ l9^^? ^9^*^ H^ ''^ iJOuim .isii 
^ •^'^^a ;tlu2 iLoai ^ .o^^ ;i2 3^)2 .^o^o ^oi^i^ 

.;$od ;\Vbft't> ^ o2 .;94s^ ^ >^>^J? ^^ ^^ -^M* 

^93 }^9 .jQMOai ^2 1^ )^2«&9 ^2 lorn 3b0JL Foi.346^. 

;oo) ;^ \fibf >ao .o;^ JSoo} ^^*^? ;^9isaJl o^ 

;!;; ,uo*Utta2 ;32 a^2o .^2 ^2» Ajle .c^MiA^^a ;i2 ;^ 
oraadso .js*1m ;i2o .X«bo ^07 h*3 eoj .^^la9 MOiofi^aub yb9 
m^ <soA ;a^a^ ^f2 ay: ;Iw *>^ilx ^!!^ :s,a^ ^ 
>^a ^is&2 ^a ^ooi d]U^*2 .fr^oo] ^0^x33 6y*ak^OJk3 

;3ai 3 ;^2 ;^^3 ^ooi Aaibtt ;^e ;ioib3*d^o .^o^is 
o^ (K^Ato .;u 60*3 «^qH ^^^^>3 ^^?? o}a»i3 ;i^2 

5^^3 orJSoou^ ?MtVt> ^J>*9si3 .J^ ^'^o w^f3 .;3a92o 

.0^ abojio ;aiC3^ «S;;x ;«^2 <*?*bOiS3 ;49^'^^ ^!>9^ ^^ 
3»j|o .0^ ^j;o M070u,adLS<|;3 ^3*^ Moroiwi^ ;&a^oo ^2 
jd2 aao;; .^^tbaae 'i^\ -3f^? <»'^ ^ ^^^ %'^\ ^^ ^ 

;30^3 ^ofcula^ 3^3 ;^3 ;aia3 \%dcA xjs. ;i^ 




753 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
■vaOIoS*^ A^? ^ ®9^ ^f^^'t^? '^^^ ^9^ N.29 ^iSb*i 

Ssi ?i5o\,N mov<^ '^f? ^^9^ ^^,? ^^'^ o/^oi^ J^ 

Jl9u»bp 4,99/ 9d^ 990 .^3um2 oor ^jsi ^ajcd ^p 00} .o;a4 
.0^ >h?2o uQ»ii;o\bp ^32^ i^2ai ;j^2 {^'Js^Al^ ^99 Jor ^it^u 

Fol.346a. .^^2 ^Ls ^2 ^^Is m^S^^ >^0 .vA JtHtOt M^^ 30^2 I ;s,!0 

ht}99 ;i^ ^2 j^irfd wi'^aS 9w\ 007 .;t907 9^^ uoj ;^oo^9a 
;oo;(&9 ,j\A\^ cji^ Aj^ .or;soad\ v^929 ^00^9 o^ 
o^ ;i29 .;m o^ 9m2 «ae£so .xs^a ^o!i^ tSlSiy^bo 

ik^cS^p .^aA 9bp2 *^;M2 ^A*3 'Joorb ^or ^o^^2 ^9 
.;*m2 ;«9oax jd2 :a4x o^ loo) isSya -^^^^ c^^Aaib 
;^e^94^ ^^iA2e .^:x^9 3o^9^ ;is^Q^*x^ 6^ eoo] ^9b92 

.;Loi^99 ;isftt*^t ^ ist^ ^^p ^?^? -^0^29 ;^999 

jsoo) 6^JS«2 .>S;^ MAX^ ^.?^o -^^29 ;^e9 ajJi^ iihx 

.^'m ^29 .9^; i^iS uQ»o;^!0b\ ;9i yixi <*;i^yjbsi hJS^ 

^29 .;au(d of^ 9bp2 .^2 ;i2 >tt^^b9 Jspel .;^2 o^ 9M2 

^9ii329 .^2 ^si ;9o] 9^1 <*;il2 ;9Q^ ubpou hd^29 ;!;; 
;^2 05 o2 .^^natb ;isAtA ;i2 S(ip 9.9^2? -^9^ ^^ 

A\ip!i9 ^9^ ^9u*a^lap 0079 ;L2 ;&9^0A >\\|V» utSO^ 
9aL ^f^3^ ]i3A 07S 9^*2 .|i*9aOA ;S^ito^ wfiL,?A ;^9 

" ' ccccc 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 75 2 

.^a3>bp 6st,om }ii Uj|3 oboattb .a>bp^e ^JSoru^ ^o^ 

90^;; .;m oaM^; <• adai^^is;;^ ^ai fluaitt >^3bi( )Sl 

?M\ty ;L^3 ^ip .369^; ;3A ^OJN een <>^9^ | ;^3 ^4o2^^Fo1.345^. 

Jof is&i k^dax .isfti ^i^b ^ioaa St'i^^ jSo 4^2 jao 

mIs^o .oyS^gfllS ;oar 2Li\b 6003 .;Lo2 il^< ^^3 
.^o^Si ^'idb .;Ioa o]3ao3 ;3l2^ t^^yl^A oiJSo^ !l!lk30 

OOJ3 ^3M tla i2k^9 O!JS06i3e ^POT^ 3A3 .^3 ^il abo2 
Jof3 ;fl Xad ^Lsis M&^ .^3 Ol^O^t* "^^ 9^ 3A3 

}00) ;Sa23 .OQMO^i ;32 \i« 0001 ^3^2 .OjS ^AXSJ^ 

;^xL<. o^o .;Ila3 MerrQ*.3bS^3 j^ooi ^a^o ■ ?>*V^\, ^9^ ^2^ 



751 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

titVfcliiSo .^qo^A .Q^daaco .^oro^A ^^ol .^0/0x3^ 

ISLA ^ .t^OuScS ^003^3 m^SOISUA) .OJSmIsS ^J^2 ..0303^ 

9bb02 .jsotisl ^'3m«2 ;3JQ>;ite ^of 5^ ^tl^to A? -3m;[o 
<*9Uw^b os.ip ;iafbo ;o^i ^;; .;aL<d Ax -^is^2 ^2 o^ 



i^ Alio .;^^p ^2 ooo) ^a^2 yoo^o .^^bo^is^ ;^ ^,? 

l^ftJa 3^ ^M JSo^ A^j; 9mi ;^2 :;ti .JSf^a^ ^2 90^>o& 
.it.i\^ .;3A o^ 3M2 -IJaora 67J^\v^ ^^^ -^cA^? 

.^3^ ;i^2 ^hal^ oV^'O -^^1^9 ;&;3» ;a90f ^oua ^ ^079 

.>^9 ^OXbob ^3^*20 .JiiS90^9 ^OXb09 mO)0^2 X^9 

Uisa ^H? ^Mioq' ^a^ ■Abaiii'M>9 0079 o^jpaoM 9^^9 00^2 

;t^ o^ hdioaS i!S^ ;^2 .07x^9 ^^ MS* ;i^o .;Aof 

^JSM^ob -UJiilbiS o^S ^299 oo^j^ ;9QSt9 ^9 007 .}bo^is» 
uoiou3iQ»& \3Jk 39 ^Mj; -?^^il ^ ^T^MM ^9 ;iS ?a a ;oL3 
.o^adi j6ui i^fj^o ^9mm9 ^harvo;; ^Ssid 9^ ^2 >9^bi^is& 

Moiofiidi oi^;;o .^^^o^ai ^9 o^ibax .;&2 ;*939a0 ;i&29 '^2^0 

^i^O .^29 4sAti 1!^ <y9A6a9 Ma)093>t0 .0]^a09 ^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 75O 
^SfX3 ^^ioXMiSD 71*32 .IsL^ ^li^t I ^fiKisyo ^O^ iK&iFol.344^. 

ft^a^iilJa lorn li^ 990 .^ 3a4>^ ooie ;o^i ^o^ \^ 
;or? .^a^ ^a^ N>ooi .0^ a^j^e ^ .661 l^iS affxa 

lom aboiL ^9^3 .SSi^ .^oiaS &f^3 m0^3XO ;^oi^^ 
^lais ^3 .^M ^ >^ i\\,y eoo) ^aaoi :9)^ -oor ^1 
009! ^«3io2o .oift^yttS wSfle tS^^^'i ^001 htiaL jlis^ ^ooi 
;^ii*if> ^0^23 iha^i ItAti ^3 007 .0^ JK*2 ;o*33 mO)oS^ 
^3is9e -^,3^ 30^009^ ;i^ ^^Q^^ ^a .;3Xd 3^'2 :07^ .^eoi 

.;3A o?^ 3^;; .J^ ^o^mi .;^x±a:^3 ;&3^ .a^o .;^ 

do^ 3^2 :f^ .;^o>ajQ»bAS ^ ^dJKoS^ aA3is2 aka3 Odibbs 
.^oil^ yoo}^ ^i^? "T^^,?^ '^^^ ^'^P •^o^ose;^ ^M 

AM^a9o joibo ^;3*isl ^Ltti ;3opi3 .\*Li3 ;32 3^*2 :wA 
.0^ 3^;;e ^ajQ><.2 ;3A ^2 ;aii ^;;x :\^ -^a^ o^ 

.;307 l>i ;^2 ^' ;rud 07S a^;;o 't^itat^ ^^# ^ 

o^ ;oor ay\ ;3of ^o -^3 ^^ouOib .^ aoAsi ;i^j; 
\\,y3 .^e;<S ^2 3S02 :^ "^a^ ;^3 3^;a3 dl2^ 

Jaa^is ^aJ^ft*^ ^ftououi ^aL*? ^3*33: ik\ -^o^ ^2 




749 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

i!iA i^l, .5^ oH ^2 ^ajpl loj .Sbpio ;3A 007^ ;\id 

o^Ob^o ilaS iM 6iscS i^fZ ;3ui*boo .^ o^isui ^t*^9 wfiSbbZ 
uO70^<lx :A 'loi^'i^ v^3o2 k^^ 990 .0^ ^l}sl ^9 
is^Ald ;^03^Jao ;Li9 .^aisi aa ^lo^ ;aii^ ^^^1 ^9^ 
l^aj ^oioboo .isfti ^b l^ai ^a^ au6£S3 . ooi o2 

91^3^9 ^^Om ^OJ^ ^ hil^ ^•'T^ A? >^ 'l^^*^ 

;&9wii9 .;&oSjq» ^aia oyfrN^y ^9 ooo] ^>:ao2 .^o^SiS 
.;309 07^0^94 ^90; «f07,?9il ^^ -^9^? ^^^94 ^^?9^? 

;ooi yiAttp all ^o .^o^Si ^ ^^>n!^? lo^9^ ;isMOda^^ 
o?,9u.ba^k ^00*9 ^^ loo] iiaol zaS .mO/oo^ ^Xbs ap 9QmA9 
9^^ Ao .2opodb09 29ui2 ^^09^3 9kba^£s As .^o\a ^29 

;^2 ^ 9k^ :»2^ .;9isi90O ^39 ^!aaX 07^ ^^29 ;9^ ^ 

;^9 MJsbp;; «ia9 .9AS<2 ;i^ ;3i .9^;;o ^s ^^^^ ^i^s 
4^0 -;^aA9a ;3^ JS^ ^fisisap ;^is^i? ;^o^94 ;i2 

5^2 ^9 ;iflA ;oro .6m ^2 o;& Sbpl .jssi ^^ >S* 9 > y ;lS 

.;s<9 ;!!^ 99 Aa.Bote'19 5^2 )iU2 odi ^ap SSi^ -^>^? 
.^^;9^a!9 ^^3^ ^t ^^ ^^? ^ ^^ '^^ ^ '^^ 

.o^fisis^ ;lL^ at^ M is^ Ad2o .;;v<9 ;^ 9a odi 

;9o^ -^^ ^^ ^? ^\ Ij?^ ^9^^ ^P '^^l?9l ^\ ^l 

^2 iSskSp 92^9 oor9 .^'2 9a ;aLi?i) ;a^a ^ :t »y t « 9^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 748 

.;^;j^ ;4^3 ^a^s ^ ^a ^aa .^.?^ y^ ;l^o .outf ;o^i 

isAd ^kS^2 oo] ;3iCD ^oN ai^'2 :op -^^93U3 A? ;i.i 

;o^i lis» A? -3^il opi 99 007 .^a-fi^b odi ^ dc^a 

^ A;; .;o?Si isl-a? ;a9i^> ;a^o^ r??*> r^^ ^ 

^ ^ ^0^3^ yOA>iQ>a^A .^aijo^a ^^oiikbo^SM aJsb 

uorov4< pku ^ )^^|>^b ^? ^o<S a^il :oa .>^s^^bb 

;i2 ^bo ;&3^od A^J? <^?J? ^^ ^>^o -^^ ^^ "A 
;&3ubo5 ;oo) bS^ \0>^ lorn 9^2 .;3JCd o^ yxH .^alu ^ 
^ba 9^29 .}3A 001 ^e^ ^ooj b^'2 zma -^3^ ^9^ ^f^ 
itaof ^>il .bS^ ^i^,? ^^? ^9^ ^tr\ .Xom b*lw o^b 
;i3A t^i^sj; :\a .^isS b^ ^^? ^^ ^ -t^ ^A 
.bboj^e 4^9 .?*bL*d mOOmi ^Q]t^M ^3^.^2 ^ ^tbali^ 
i\^ 090J ^bdbl :t^ .^b ^So .^ait ^b!^o ;b^bs ^9^ 

O^ ^OJU .^001 ^b ^^]lf^ ^fr^OpMOi^ \yy)a 9u^ ;3A 

;So hfiL^isJNj[o .^fuiO loo] "pyho .o)iso^ ou2 ^1901 ^ia 
yJ:^ \ba^ mm2 .b^j^o ovQ»*^io .^aea Jm ^ pk^ ^oS 

.07^*^03 yOO]l^ au^ I t^ OSfryiO .}ao7 ^cnOfiA ^UiSO Xb^Xfisa Fol. 344' 



747 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;l*i )a^9 .Sbp;; 9m09 ?t'io^a ;^i -'^9? ^XmS Q^iSo 

o^^ ;^i :j3ak .;JSo^ij6S oS ;^2 ^JuSdO .^SJJE c^^i.2 
.;^edu^ ;i2 aa^L ^ji^ >iV?P? -"A ^ii? *^ii^ ^9>^ ^1^ 

.J^ ;^iso3;hob o^ ;&2 ;^ ;^o .u^^o^ ^i 07^ ^*29 ;^i!i^ 

Xyya ;i^;; .073 is^^i is^kia .S\,iy oSa .;^Q3l^ 07^ isii 
;jAor .bar ;<^i 07S 9^'2 .^^o^^ 07^ is^i aoL )i>uo5 

0001 ^aiol : ^ .5^ 007 i^i .ap ^A^ ;L^p ;^i ;^;; 

2iSaL3 dp .o}o*iftS>t 9AO .^il isa^'l^ lla% .007^0^ 
^09 (lop ;a,9^ ^3i^oA> ^a^ Ip^ .op lom aba^b i^stiso^ 

00^29 -o^S ^3bb92o oiiito .Jl^oA ouAb^j^ o^ibox aao 
.oj^ ^Aor ^Abb^ jibaS -^? ^9^ 5^ 1^?^ M ;iaor? 
.343^.^ OOO] ^Aara ^oJs | ^JlO^o .jlisAaA d;^ ^lAp 9a 
Xp* 99 ^093 ^bdsbdo ;Ao ^m yool^ OAStp .^biaio 
^Axafr^ yti.'t'i'ib 00^20 .^oA 3^i| .^ops;^ 6^ ^^? 
^^r»? -^J?*^ ^<^? .^aiblo ^ ^^ ;*'x-2 Aj -^ 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 746 

^oara ^ ^^? 9^ loo] ;^3 .yMOaa ^oroia ^^Kv o;^ 
all .J^duQ)^ ^M>2b ^3^0 oiiio ^oo) bd*MS ^ .^^^3 

^a .^o^ is'l a^'i :m* >^^e ^LS^o^ v^^? ^3^^ 
■?*nVV* ^a o^ox iSaNiQsM ;S .;is*2kfib ^ ;^ ^a^ 

^'i^a t^aiia ^ikkl ^ .bfiLa^ MOioa'a^ooae ofJSfi^afraa 
.;o^i^ fcia>A!« >^a[^>i ^.ao ;x^ ^Jao .^c^Si ^ ojS 
;jSoau^ mO} 4^^ .0^ abp2o ^e5 ^aA ^j^ ^^i :^ 
^li^a ^^ ^ cul c^ao^ ;i^ ^9^? -»?) V?<'^ ^^oS^Joa 

^lauJ ^^^i AoJS ojS^a; .^o^iao ouaaislo ;tSo\ajQ> aAaa'a 
;*aox .;30 o^ a^'i -op ^^ l^i^ vA ;ou .asol aa 
.^o^ ;ai a^'l :^ ,Ja\ ^^o\^i ^JSo^'i oao^f? ^39^? 
.^or ^H ^2 .;i^i oiS abpl .;SLa ^o>k«2 ;xa ;^aia 
fisbAMao .;dla ;iXo ^o^a ;is*i.ioSiL l^xiL .;3A o^ abb'i 
y>*nSrt ^a±t ^or ^ .;49<^90 .jLfiUaft> ^0x0 | ^^^Asa foL 343a. 
^'a^QO ^a^ ylp .ab0j^ ^90^ ^,p 007 .oao^afba^ ^ Jdaf 
.^o;*iK*2a ^oo) abpio .^taStV* ^ ^aw^Aaa ;^ -^^t*** ^i^^ 
;aA 007 9a ^a 00; z^ .ikdtLya lk^6ai6so l^'^^ l!f* 



I 



745 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;^ -^9^^? ^9? ^? 'l?oi yl Ail -^3wm2 ^yijO A 

^ jd2 lorn 9^*2 :^ .^^ isfti mM^o .5^^ aoXt^is 
001 .^oj'ibpa o2 >^s^;»3 ;iij(ai aA^a ;iSa ^QmS .^m 
^^00^ op 99 0^9 .^2 pdJi ^ ;!Sa .}oo) 3^*2 001 99 

999 .0^ O3bbo2o ^SQ^f ^ou IbsA ^Md ^ ^2 0^231 :9mi 

SoS .bo^ is*b^ ;^ ;j.9y.2 .;^opi ^\< ?v7rto;a is«bo7 

;isxbAx^ ^3 oAor .^o^Sia }?9^ 0901 t*.?^ .^oi!i*M 

.^2 JSoS yOboi ;32 ^^ ;^2 :o%i, .?Ay,^ v^k^L ooo! 
^b .2Jk3£Sou3 .^s^ >bo^ 3db^3 ;^odu^ ^2 07^ oubosio 

i[3>l ;^OO6k^^;h0O3 -^^A^ Jd3f ;30r3 yOO^ ^j^O JiSA 

^LboJas ^ .3>^jL uo>n>ioy,i2 ^2 :ou .^o;l^29 o^30^ 
«^o:^e .^aibosi^ t^*^>*^ ^? ^"f?^^ ^9^ .pbAa ^s^^s 

^&<J^3^ ;i^3 .^i^J^ ^disadO ^^3 ^3A .5^M3 ^^23 ^£0 

^or ^'?9^ ^^ \j^ -^b&il tf^^f ^^\ ^^9 -v*tr? '^^ 

.A0L3 ^^3^ ^O^Si ^kti ^3^ Ao .^ ^*\^ ;i^ ^aAfl>3 
Fol.342^. ^<AJM3 ^2 5^2 .^a!5Vl3 ^3m^ I ^OOf ^,3^ t^AS i^\ 

.^IsliA ?ninli ^a^ 99 ^ciaa ^^2 s^jl ^9^0 .^jsoba^ 
.?>nS>\j uU JSo^ . osisaa 9a }ba^ ftttaab .^xIm k^2 Jiaao; 
^as3 jlioai ^3 ^ ;i^b .yoo^ ^?^ ?.ia ^ 3 .93>^^.t o2 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 744 

^o5 ^aia MOjOMi ^ou2 ^iS ^^ ^i za .Uf^ ^^9 
^i .VJao Sfislttb .1J>V>>S doXMib .^^\x a>»29 .^^\» .^ 

^oJKM A? poifdo ;au» 9^*1 :\ .^oo? A? ^j o^ 
.4K? ^^ ^\? ^^ ?'?^«^ V? ^^ '^'^9^ ^J^ 

;>>a^ .bfibx o2 ;^o^ ;i^ aa .;i2 ^flia^o U2 pio ;i^j; 
Mfsbp2^ ^.^ "?9^*? ^iLi>3^ ;9^i ;o^i ^ao^s ;3iK» 

5^10^^ pitio^ is£i aaoi'a .aA ciido .^sla ^iaao ^kaa 

;ik03aAa .;iud a^;; ^eJSo :o .ofa a.«bo\ ;£Som ??»>^in> 
;aLA bbol :f .;iboa ;3^ ^^S^o '^ai if:soa &f^o 
'^l ^ol ;a2 z^ .saH^ ^A?^ ^^ ^^ ^ 1^99^? 
;907^ ^H )S^ '^^t^ l9^^? '^\ l^ ^? -\^ ^^ 
dv^*2 Ui^a «^i^aE;; :\ .;!^90^^^a ^o^Si 5^i ^ 
^qm2 ^ >S\ftia eo^j^ .apS^aaa^ ;m o;^ a^ixii .;:^09k^ 
«9e^ a^'i : ^ .d.ao ^^aio I dofiaa ^Lb o^ Jb6ax6so foI. 342 
^aii a^'i :;« .X^ ^^a^^? ^9^^ ^ ^iNa;^ a^a .^m 
^ ^oa iSa -oTadi oib^ ^^oja ;i^a ;Lia .uq»<\oi^ 
rtm\o»A^ ^si ^o^ abp2 :du .^^ y.AVy abp^a ^ay^ie i^f|ia 
t^);2 ^a^a ^udf ^^ajs ^auQ>a yOoVfM w^a* ^oopiabSa 

ooo! ^xbi m ny^^ d^ooi <^JiaiaBa ?n»ftM iSao .aj^a^ 



743 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

o^ ^^^? -^|ucd 001 sAs, lom 3^*2 9a aoAs ;^o^ 

^d^QX ofSp .;^&bob o^om tVyy .^i^iu ^l^ ^ 

' .]1I^39 l6s$M SL^ ^ia^N^ wAo6o ^iiix oboXx 

.^yMi ^^9^ ^i^ ^^^i!? ^^^^? V?^'^^ ^'^ "^^^ 

.uO^O^kV^S ^*^ 9a Xjf^ OOO] ^9kb02 ^M ^ 9u^ zl 

;oo^ ^9m .^o^ 9^2 ^9 007 ,?^xboS l^M^ kSl ^1 
AiiS ?M>tViiS 9k*^ ^2 .yois^i ^9^2s eor SLo yoaSst 
ogi ^aor )lo79 yoa^ 9>bp^ jd2 .29 9>^29 00^ .Jl2 ^ofso 
.oJoS^ksl al6>Sx iao .^OAbouorJS ^ .oojf ^^ 907 o2 .^^i*xbo 

Jl909tAjQ>«;i^ 0^09Jb^9 ^ 9.?^ii? -^Sdll OO/ ^> 9^3 ^O 
^i ^9 O^^ '^01 ^JSa .^9^190 ^09a O^ba^ti •099AO 

m}Z\x hiiilp om V^ali^ olx^9 .9^2 9a ^So^^x!^ 
jiL±bfia9 ecu23 .^aja c^ 9do2 .^Isk&S oo] ^as ^9»^o^9 

Fol.341^. 9u^9 O^S^ ;fUi .>^QiX99 O^ ^^^^ I -?^^$ ^^ ^3^ 

^J^ Jjajii .^2 eoi o^ 9k^'2 -'^9^ 07^ ^ m^m^oo oo] 
^vAXM .^oVb ^ uisMiisboo ^l 9iAtf3b wada ;v*29 ;i2 

;&07^ ;j^^jLO JLxiSa ^99JkS OOJL129 .07S 9^20 ;|ud 
.9u^ ;i^3 :a9^ xiLs e2 li^d opu9bOS ;^m&o .;tal:s^ 

)o^^ ^oro 4^9!^^ ^,?M 4[.?<'^? .^'2e o^a^AS ^?^!a(> 
^Jis^iaa mN*2 ;^q^ .9^ liaa miS ;&2 .;&o7 9k£b.t aoAa 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 742 

.}i2 3>bo2 aa ^liiti^ M07aJab23 fril^b .^JSopi ybo x^ csoJK 

do^o .<2^9^ ^A ^bl )So ;\xo pib 9k^ ^oyb .ar^»aj( 
;o;^o ;oo! &f'2 eS^p Xi^ ;ooi i^bl :t!^ ^^^ 

;tKoS^ ^ ^Ax ;L^Q^ ^ICr .vA ;00| ^2 ui0|0*33j|3 

i!^^ Ml ;oo^ ^^;i«boi3 Jors .JiM 007 ablbj^o .0^ Sadbs 
ju2 y>«fvy.y ^li^i :; .;^9oJK^ j^?^ ^ ^is*^ i\>^\'ji 

^a^i^M o)JSq!Sj3 ju2 /SoCUb Jof o^ : uo .^^o^^b 
:jQ» .JS^^Lboia Jor 6^Ni2 ^ibuii :; .JS*;l*bo2a ^ai ^j; '^JSo^^ 
^;|o .&a2 5^0^ ;^bo^ ^2o .isii ^^x ^o is&i «^2 ^^a 
I :; .5^ ^ ;^oi5 Ti^ai. ^ .iai ?6b- ?j.aio ;ml^ 
atoSv>\ Ui >M>t*n ;&9yi2 .\S>>n>if> loajl M,i ^a oo^2o FoI. 34U 
ak^2 i!i<Aor |lao7 \\J^ zJO .^A^» ^is*flroi ^}Li«ia ^ 
.Mtoaa ^f kSa^ oSe yO^ >^^9 v^c '^^.^ -^^^Ax 
S\m^ ^y**i ^p i^\bo '^^^^.b 5^ ;I;4 ^? "^^H? 

^,Mf -^^AM* 001 ;aib ;^oiS^a M^^2 bw^ ^ .;i^ 6^ 
JL^I ,;aiia )^^ ^ .00] ^saorp 007 .^^^ aoAa b«^ oat 



7 4 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^fM^bo ;Sp ^,3^ ^?|^? ^^^ Mfi^ ^*2e :; .op3 loo] 

^o^b o2 .^or ^'?^ }o^2^ "ScaI MO!a*Se^b \^a] ^ZjOih 

;£uc^^jap ;o;S^ 5^i ^^be :; -^b>^ ^409 ^f^ ^9^ 

.ouo«2i ^'^,^ 5^i f^'buil <r^9^ aoAs is&i ;i^2 .^ zjo .^ao; 

^ 5^2 ^ai^ .lL\x a^29 5^2 .;*^ox lis! opjdi ^ 0070 

^aof .^'di >^'^,baS ^2 ^,^ ^9uor .;^;^^ ^^ ^v*^9 

^,3mi07 .}ils«3 Abo&OBj|a ^bop .^^ ^2 ^^2 ^^or^ ^3 

' II ' 7 • * I 1 ,1* 1 1> * '' <«• ,1 • '• *« 
Foi.340^. ^fs JS*oo;b .3do2 ^3wm2 }3A ^o^ <»^rfid2 ;ipo7QSi | \Js^ 

^^ ;So ^bo^s uboix ^f^^ ?9 -J^ 9^0 ;^3 ^ .JS 

.;^A» ^? •007 ouJSab kSv^ :uQ9 .;3.i0 ti^ :; .^of^ 
y^daaib ^0^29 .o^Qm ^ ^uox^^s ^imogvxy )S^ A^2o 
;;SfM9 ^^o ^^A9 JialStb eoi M«aJbo :^ .^i^ntlao A«ox* 
JSo^ Jj>L ;a3:oM ^ ^^j>^ ?^ A2 -^f^a^i ;i^A0^2 
^a .^a ^ ;42 bbol .;is*^2 ;^v* ^ fi|\«^ ^o 4o?Si 
oi^ e2 ;9ali^ ^^^? ^,? ^o) ^Ajc^ -itaop ;iu^b o^ ;ii»^sbp 
00^2 >^o3Cm3 <s«^b dittos 9m\ $awi2 .tS^ ^ ^^ ? .J.> i < 9 >S 
Morouaopkip ^M «ae^ ^ .^aojoA uOodftO moioL^ ^^S^d 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 74O 

m^ffiilp U^posa ^a^ lom JJkh latilp l^s^^ lui^o^ 

^ ^iiJ39 ^ 3w^b .^2 U^aj Ijiajp .^aud eaj ai\ 3^j| 

0010 .titVy aa v^\» .JlaaMib ?toS>yi ^2x aao .^'iaeaa 

wA^o loo] 9^I eor ^Ao eo}o .^o^'ia l^oi^a uili^a 
.kOii^j^a v^ b»l )^o .M^o^ ora*M ^ai ;^o .ly^i^l 
y*a ^30 .mS gQsjA iH ^a^aoa ;isx >^oiI ^ loai 6s*l aa 
2ooi aao .o;!^ ^ol .^awia^Za ^k^o^ ^oo; ^ oof 

)^l ^ -tOMi .ui^ ab0j|o 4^ .^i^x ^£s 3^3 ^ .;s0a*a 

^ a^;[o .;a<jf ^1^^;; v5^?^^ ^ ^'^ ^ '^ ^'^^'^ 
.'Jdpi ybo ^^^kfufi ;S ;^flA^\^ ;aor 5uia ^a ;a2 .dor ^m 

\Si\ .UicXL yOiji^ J^l ^of .v^ isA2 4l^? ^^\ ^H 
5^io .^^oS^ >S.\rio .;aobSf!ap .!SAtte .^007 \>Sjio ;aa^ 
. I'aLa ^^2 >SntloS ^2 pldo .yaaoL ;i2 ^aao A*m 
£S^^ aa UofUa ^ea u2k^ Js^'a alsai ^ba ^070 .Jkit 

^2 ^,a*or -^ao; ^cnoM Jtii!!^ ^f2a ^eoi >^al ^o .^aor 



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739 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

lil^t^ o^ ub9f Iho^ ;Lp ^jiiso '4 .;o^i9 ^^La ^l^6so 

?iLajo ^oxa ^Om9 0071JL :; .;^oi*isM^is^9 oo) ^o^Ji^ 
;3mm^s m^^2 i\a :uQ> .gjiKaafli^ ^>«^;^9 J!^ ^^ ^ 

;3u i^iUJoS ^ab^b 5|yQvfliS eg) is&i bOdAs 007 ^2 
o;]^ o^ «ac^a .;*L^03 ;ai o^ N.2a L\ ;A^i .^^cLa 
07!^ isA t^»*9^ ^.?o -^.?^ *^^ ^?^ '^r ^? ■^'?>*?c 

i\i«e ^iaX ^9^2 .oui^ SoSa^ ;^aA ^orootlaatAa 

» mm I * irm \ ,•■ " ■ ,' «» «» • ' r I I II m 

;3m«^ 001 .5^9^ o)!^ is^i >i^i4^ is&2 aihio .^,3^ ^2 ;af 

Jla^i :; .^iS9^ o^^^)^ 001 .^^ Ao 001 IbXaoJKo .o^fap 
JSAtioSa 9^^^ ^Q^ .?\;>no2a ooo) ^^2a ;^o73i 
.^o^iS obAx ^,?op 0^0 .000} ^MMauiJS^ ^07laaa\sa 
.0001 ^bdL ;o)i^2 ^SwmS^o ;^oy>t*V'i ^ofp iS^ :uQ3 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 738 

yMo .;£'aii3 ;d^e^>I ^^ oaoib ^AaO^o .^o^i dii^sa 

^iioiljts^ uiodo ^iax \><9 ;^oiIisa^ aoN 

^w I 3I2S o^ ub,39 ;iab*i .qS a^j^o ?nteS <^;;x ;^i Foi. 3390. 

'Ia*^P ^Aijit^ ^x^od olo? :jQ} .^^S o^ ^90^? ^39 

^xxio :; .JSA;LMi ;o;Si JsoS otsIm ^i lomi ^i^^jsb 

0070 .^o;^ 3u9 o;^ ooo^JS^o .oiaooLlKo^ jboa^^a 
aJ^ yo{^2 'l^oi p3Jb ^ ^^Q^ 5^i .?3to^ yoo^ ait^*if> 
.jtttVyfclloJIa eoo) ^JK^a ^^o^'i ^a-a^io :; .'^^2 o^ ;3q& 
:uQ> .eooi ^aau>Ny ^ovIaiiA.V3 i^njinS jiio^^ m&o^ 
qSo .0^ N«2 ^3 ,lV'»V .aiSf^e eoi iiS U^oA 6ai ^2 
:uQ> .;iA*2 :; .ofs M ^^i0? ^07^ '?9^o .aadbs .iiSi>\ 

oj^ ;sidi ^jAoro .6^ ?^>>^ l^'^ ^3^2 ^9m .g!3\y,*n\ 
;ftS(js^a ;I^ Ao -^9m \aLba^ ^^ila ^^JKap ;:0ol 



737 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^y^of .ub03ub ^ S^l ^^o .Mii^i p,kb ^ c^ ybaS ^o* 
.M&isai)^9 ^i^ 5^ar .5^1^ ^ ^f2 ;is^aa±tb .o^ ^3^2 
^!&9;^o .uiao^s ^2 €n6^tiaxo .0070 ;ij^ ^^s?^ ^H'^ 

Fol. 338^. .A^ 5t*i ^ii=l 9^ 07^*fMO .op ^3k^e Ni5 J>0 I A Ah 

.tsA^o ;i^o79 ;L9^ ^,3w^2o .orXfUkO jk*j^ ^9^0 ^^920 
y^ i^ >}i^3£s '^saucda o^JsoS [I007 ^'Soa ^or .y.b^^ 

;|.;; .;^oSA ^ au^a ;i2 5^> 999 .;^073i ^ x: 3^;; 

o)^oXla ^i<bu 9ao .;sSeub ;b«^ 5ui ^s^ isxfu ^xxl^ 

As ?ioS>\\ ^ Af .is^i ;oo7 ;a«993 ^xor .b^pio ^iabo 
^ oiS bba4 -I^^A^ 'J4^ Ask ^^bo JsA^ 990 .^9302 

<*Japkb ^.rihaS yM90K2 bA, ^^ -^f^^ ;S ^aoj^o .^i^o^fs 
iSais«)&e A«bjk iJAy -i^}b*bi Jbbp^x2o Zom ^or ^07 
;Meb ^o^ JSinO ;ciLb \>t Am?9 -^^2 o^ ;,su»a ?3>^e99 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 736 

ojLfM i!SAi Ja^i^^o .^^aiA^b o^js^ mOoX^ ^^? -l^ 
.0070 U^ ai:^p*o .}3oa3 iJaia fiKo^aii ^lxd!lkal ^i^d 
,aiS^c^'^^ la^^is ^XA30 | ^o^p ^aa oy\tMi ^aapblKJIo FoI. 338< 
.?*SiVi 6^90; k/&\y> ^f^? ^^^1 ^ ^r '^l }^^ox 

opjoX^ Uaa^ ik^ ^ ^doxho .;ab ^3^:0 ;ojb .^ ^?>Miio 
;Kob039 ;^aJ3^i lik^^ oixsc l^*^ >^4^9 -^9^ ^?^r? 

^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^,?^ •^^?^'? ^ "^^^ ^^ ^9^ 
;i^\bp3i xi\ 2307 <• ^3 ^^^ \\,y 23or aai^^S 

fis^pit .^aI ^ 9M£ib .2,307 ^'g'l^V A ^?>^ii? '^^. 
23^^ 5^i 2^ \\,y .^ b^2o 2s\a «3xdo''.2o7^i? oiiSiikS 
2'^obSo 239^0 2?2^ ^9^ -M^£i 2a>^2o .^isii ?IS»y> 

■?iS^<tt 5^44^ ?soVaa -07S ishisolo ^4^ 2^;; ^o ,?M»yiftb 
^ J^oi ^>ore .&i^ 2^2 2^V^o .2*3i^ ^1 2<d3s 2io^ 

^3do2 >^aLA mCtj sa ^073 .2^o^ ^^ 3i^2 ^d ^o^ <* ^3ub 

.tsA^o ^^o .23^ f^i 2is?^ Jici9'3it «3o;s3 .m^Lo 




735 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Foi. 337^. .^o^o\29 ^S ^ois^>« oAbiaai ?ia\,i3b | ^> ^^2 .yooj^ 

;&3^oAo ^3oro^ ;a^o cfL^ ^?^? ^?i ^isoa> s^ 

;^fluLQx^i M^ 2sb4>^ : ; .;j^vd U^p ^^i^^^ ^39^ 

o^ 6^2 ;^aab9e ^i^ .2o .^o^SiS ^^auJa X'^V^ «3c^? ^ 

AikOa oor -^^aa ;Ax ^o^ ^a ^ ^^k^, -\^^9* >'^? 
\3^o^ .^2 >^'ait ^o^^ia o7^*3^ ^9^ ?9 :<^ -}^j ^^ 
,\^.M )^ii^J^ o7.hAioaC3 .oor^aiiuoS ;^opi w^o^ ^*^a 
^a£ia oor ^ ^2 ^a ^^^s^^ ^^T^ja o\^ia ^o^ :jo> 
fis^;^ -"^^^12 ^.a^boXa •'^^'^ ^^^'^^P >l^y ^aa ^2 .^2 
.;^atJLaf 6o\bo2o T^J^^i^ ^l^iXiio .^Sv^a 07^«^;^ ^a 

■^ It ' 9$ ' ' # • "^ '^ / » • ^ tm * $ tt * ^\m It 

;^O0^ h^2a .^Ji^oa or^oxla^ ^9^ ^^^1 9V^f? 
^^i^ .^i^!!io>aS'p 5^2 ^aibo oaaibs .^2 '^SMaLa ^^or 
^g^aj^a .;3a jiaA^a ^pp ^^0x93^ yocn^adu^ ^o^S 
^^a .^iuo ^ ay^ a^2 ♦;^a>ita \ a2a o7^^'^ ^o^fi^ 

MJNoS ;oo7 6s*2o .jiisx^ ;!i!ip ^*^$9 -^^^^ ^^9^ > i&\y 

;a;j» ^]^t3i,ta ^^mO .;oo) ;L2. ^w.;A9io .^J^'ait ^ aM 
Ma^ ;aO .^ a^2o -^^A^ ^070^1^ ^iASta ;^ ^ -^^ii? 



SAYINCIS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 734 

aj^b 'V^*»l ?.'n\vS Jijolai^ oSo .Ij^^ lo\ ojilkA 

lou^l^ oi^&aAbpp SJ^ ^ -^34^3 ^JNo^a yoatS%, 

.^a ^ <Xt?isis^ l^^ )^ l^ >S^^ '^^P oids^a^ 
^ikaa ;iLl& :; .o^o^Ia ^Jxiaa ^af X^ ;^Qiafij^a 
wi^aJKbo o&ai) :jq> .^o^A ^a^*^ .^fd^^^a ^aa ^3uyM*ia 
;ad& M^ lyt,2 el .o^a ^^ ;a^ aa .;»>o5\fli3 ;M;ia 
^^oSau'^aoo .^Milf^JSbo ^o^a ..ai^a O7^bou«a op 2^a>aa 
;a;^e .yMa>ty ;!!^ ^aSA ^?^^ ho^SiAbaS ^,a ^ao^^ .^iai: 
^Aao^o^a ;Aa .^^laoLap ;iS ^^oaislbaii ^o^Si!^ S^t^^ 
\*Vtv>>S ^aioa^aa .^aisa >Sv.v» .o^^A^aisa Z^i'Sauisaoa 
;«ai a .^^ ^ ^io^ ^ia) aJ^ H^^, .^'^^a^ ;^ ^ai:^ 
;*aais» A .o7^^^a ^ ;a^ A^^ ^ V^^ -^^99"*^ ^ 

.^jido^ t!^ ;:KfM js!^ia ^a ;s0 . JiL^ ^sls^a ^a^a i^y*) 
.^aJb ^Jasa 00^ ^..?^^ -^^^? 07^30 ^lua ^a^? 
oSo ,?w>S ^^ ^9 ^a ^aa .^j^a ^oui o^ aoaisjlo 

^tSo&aauMoi .^opomS ^f ^ao) tla^^ -\^? a{^J*'a 

o!^ . j[ .;^f ^oa «^9^ ^i^-*^ '^to .^xL ?ttt\vria oor ei 

5^..»<aMa ^a;siS .^saoA ^^o^ai ^oaibo Aj; .aoL^ ^^o v«oie^2 




733 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

uojr ystaAi .p6^ ^3iA>^9 or^S ^j^i -3A>sk ^1*^3 ;l^ 

.oo^aS'jko ,jla>tea^ ^oao .^oaiS ^i ^3JQ>? .?^At S^23 

.^Q^ i^i* '^^ "^^ ?90 ■^?^^>^,? ^?^^ -^ -^^^ 
^c; .;Iub ;l3^o -)i^3 ;^o;j.5^o .^a^? ^^QbaAM 

yf!is*i 99 ^1^ ^ ;o7^i ^9^2 .laiii pLo ^^^'4^ ^ 

^ ^99 ;Lxe .^^[339^^3 ^oSb ;xo^9N J&2 .;9^9^ i^J, 
;A,9is9p ^op .^io^ ^ ^*^? ^9^? ;^ou^o ^iLioSp 

:jQ9 .^iateM Oiio :^ .Jd^^JSbpo ^^^tAXbaS JoS'o .^o^ ^9^1 
;sl^9e .;^l^, ^0^9 ^i^oau3o .^^'9^129 >JsaL^ ^^,? 1^1^ 

ubbu»99 ^Li tS3ttoS9 .^SALo .;9uiS9 ^il^tls ;9ka099 ;I90^JQI0 

' * » • / * f' ' * 1' ' 1' » '■ " < » < 

.;1]^9 ;*iod \L :jq> .;o^2 ;zi,9gtt ;^^ ^2 :; .;o^2 

k^k^b ?^aM ^>&9e -^ ^,?^? ^^\ ^^,? ^9^0 .^'>^qS.^ 
.;^o^;9 ^il^ks ^Ji9yi9i ;si94i 90^ ^o; 9a .^IfVj^p 

I ^^o^^ ,;ti94is9p ;I^9 yoopdao .^ ^<dbf ;b9A i^^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 732 

^,9 ;is^i$^ 'i^? ^3o2 ^Sk^ .oi^KbOMiaa ;»XL9 l^esuaS 
iVyy lYkKSi ^ JtiSA :jQ» .^ ^0^? UA ?Y!iSiV\ o^ 

^ ^a>^9 3y\ ;baa .^» o^aub J*ii ^oro .o7^I^'iA^ 
;k*i :; .isii ^9 il^ ^ .Ja\ \ac^iL ^ ^^^o .^mA 

nA 4>? ^'^ t*?jl ^ -Aft ^ >?^ ^^^* H^ M 
99 ,^a>ate* ^o ^sA;ai ^i^io^ .6^Xi2 ^of o^ ^'^l .opa 

^3u«ie .^^9 ^9 ^9 OO) ^3mi2 -^fV^ Oy<^'3 liSOOJ^ 

^ ^ zl .;Ii3 ^9 ^9wi)Jap 'V^Si ^k .?a>^9dp9 A*iftV 

;U93 ^29 9<\ ^'11 -'^9 ^ :jQ9 .^^UQja ^^0^9 ^?\ijS» 

Aboi 4^9 ijaoo ,;xa ;^'y3 1,299 9A, ;» .;s^ ;i!s^2 

;^o .;iA ^ ^01^2? ^hmaSt f^JSj^ .^eu< S^ifb ^o 

.laloa 9oLn;; .;&oor 5^ .;r4 ^ ^07^29 u?o7o^ A^^il? 

^o .^JSA9 ;^2 ll^i^ ji^kOa •^,? ^ oS>ftt? ^o 

MI9O 9^0 ^isSJIO i^j^O 'l^^P Ot»^ I AbO^X;; '^Oa vJ^9 Fol. 336^. 



7 3 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
or^OM*39fil ^>3 ^^? ^Aw ^ -M)^ ^^ '^ ^ j^iVy^A 

mo;o11^ >^4^Jo -^f? ^^ ^AbOQ^a ^9^007 07^^ .)iis*L^03 

?yA^^S ^oisttpo .;^odu^ ^^mo^ U^ .^to^oa ais^a ;l1^ 

^^kOa ^39 OOr -l >?^o'S i^M JK0356S ^3 '^^ 

^i3oSif ^i^b oi .00} ^aorb t^ v^^ 3^^ ^io^ .;id ^ba3 

^V^ ^«^? ^Js4e Jlba^As ^ft^lii'i^e .^tiSed^ ;I.t3bE o^ao 
.^o^Si Sst o^3fl eoi >Y*^^ ^^ ?^>iQ>a ^33 007 .^ 
aiko .07^ «^^ l^o^i? ^3^ ^ 'ly^ ^ "T^^ ^.?f^ 
.^o^ "^'^^ ^.? ^?4^ .^J^oboa ^op ;,3^ ^\'s(yi 
^3^is>^ uOl AVv>a Mlp y^p ^^>^ ^? ^97 ^^t^^o 

.;s^bob ^Soxms i^o6dk9 ;^d9^ 5^i .;^i? ^jsoo^bo^ ^^pS 

:jbuQ> .^93^ i^h^ oLi :^ .^9d^^^9 ^or9 0001 ;lS ^^^ 
or^^o .;i±0O9 ^ ^ba^'S iSixo .09) ^^pM9 ^ja ^%^oajp 661 

)SkS 9AO >^9^9 ;4o3uOt9 w*070Slj90 .;3i:9o69 ;&^ ^M\ 

.0&2 ;'9;^ uoioa^oo; yOo^^o .wfiuisx tS!S^b9 990 -«^>^|»^ 

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SAYINdS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 7 3O 

.^b ;a^a^ oLi zl .op U^ ^e^a >^bb*o .^^xl ;11^ 

;I^1 jii ^^ ^aia ^ .;ad3a ^'^ ;^ ;^ .^^> ^o^ 

.c^^ik*^ ^Ma>tapa ^ioa \o79o -or^li^a op^? ^^ ^Aax? ^ 

# # II • ' I • t # « f ^ 11 ^ \ a II «• ^^ / • 

XVyyo .;i(ab^p o^^ii^oa iVyyo .^^so^aa o^ito^^ ^^,^0 

\j» •/»'l *#/|* ■ / Vll /'X***-^*!* 

^ .UmoMd ;bAii3 ^di isfti kxb bA, ;^;; .;!d!iL ^a 

.;u9a ;11^ ^ "^C^^? ^ M^ '^^ .^^ob pbi ^ ?s^^9 
.^tS>ty,'io MonoaAJb yoo^ ^^? .?*n\v< ofja &\b ;J» 

^i'Odu^s 6s2» ^^^ ^,3^2 .jsii ^i^ 5(^mrt7 is&2 b^ 
oAxb 5ui .wMoba ;^eNk>a3 .^99 I ;11^ ^ la^ op AxfoI.33s«. 




729 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

f ^V b fti a ^^ )jS WM033 ^3^^033 iVyy .007 fAV^ 3oreA9 ^3 

^9 ^alb ;3o^ .^o^^i ^4"? ^>>^ ;£soS^ -^^? o?) 

|iJSo9ya!ap : uQ> .^o^ ^0^ o&MO : ^ -^'>^ ^^-fc^o* ^ 

.^j>a^oai .liseS^oja .^^9**^^ -^^9*^,? .^^0*02 ^aaX .^om3 

^JS&o .;i3S ^6ai6s 5^i ;^OA3auo&o ^>^e .;iL3iiQ» ^ox 

^3 ^i^Ol^ ^Uv4*i ^,><ti ^SmmO .m«033 ^3^ ^^ d^Lof 
.^iD^O& 9^39 ^99 or^^l^O .^isboJtJb 07907^ ^0390 .^9^ 
.^LfiSo^ O^ ;OOrO .^0^1? ^is^9 )aU3 ^99009 OfSOOJOO 

.eoi ^,3uS«9 ;:0O^ 9*!^, ^2 :jq> .J:t95^:ap ;L^o ^2^9 ^^2 :; 
^^2o .^^fM ^9 ^^2o .Jiftl^ ^9 ^ii2e "^9 ^9 ^*2o 
^9 JSj2o .)iA^o2 ^9 6s*2o .;iL9bA> ^ox ^^^^ ^P 

\OafiiO 9m 9m\a 9*^ 99 .m099 >^NbAM9 ^9 JSa2o .^^NOSU^ 

aa .^a9^ >^'9u9 >Zv^bft3 ;i^2 .;al^93 yaS ^ .oi2 9^ 

Fol. 335a. .00] 9^ Xi;9«^9\ k^Ati^^9 jSl .I'isAiS^ \ l^hol wO) f>»* ^9 
^JKflakaubi^ 079tieu ^^O .23Qm9 07m9023 JSa^Ii.9^ ^999 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHEKS. 728 

.}Lp SL^ ;jiiak3»o .;^po\ap3 lale^o ;JKoi!A*crr? I'^o 
: JO .^\fjap c;^*^ ^1 Si'yL ^ : ; .^Itta \>i3 ^^>9^o 

o^d A^ob \y,*y ILaoro .^o .^»?^Mb ^aso^ ^f^^ 
07^3 ?iI>S >^ai^ ;^b9 0073 .^'>tt ^JSo^'i obisSi 0^3 

;o^i aisa ^fl^^ Ut^y^ "^^^i? y>\ ^ '^^ .?xl>ai 
.wMoaa \Ljsbo 073^3030 .^jkodu^ mO)oj>S< ^sax .}I^ ^il^^a 
wMoaa ;i«pk^ ^3^o3 OOP <a6k^3>^ r.>*^ ■?io\i\ wO^Jjob ^o 
^jbso .;L&i2 ;>.*ii[>oi.Sna of^o^M ^ 7339 -^4?^ ^^^? 
^liaa ^Om :^ .bisi&oo auJs^b ^bdioaa o7^0i9MA» opl^ia 

>^3y£lO mOSs ^aaO ^'?4^.? ?».i^^O''*.1 : JQ9 .^bb*fr^ 

.;i.a3 ^baa A^oy ^ -^o^ ^>?? ^^ouaba .^3»3 
9m\ ^ :jQ9 .^Qm ^ 001 9A\ ;aa^ ^ ^AK^ *^^ '^ 
94«>93 im^ .?M%yy Ao .^Lmx ;^3 007 ^o^Slba 00/9 ^jap 
mOTo^ .aoL ;!!io h^^a 0073 | ija^m^ ^o ^oL ^9FoL334^. 
.07&a^QA>3 ogi ?fi'i>^VB o^ixSa iVyiy .^^sii U^a*opo 
U^bo5 ^ o^ ^AAs,9 =^ .a>a^ai» ;iNoi0^ ,.^^>nH9 ;11^ 9A0 
.^tl&i^o'ba ;&or ^iLbo^ ^ i^iS^l ^A^ ^ :^ -o^ ^of? ^ 
;\Aa J» .07S ;A^JSbo ot^mXmO .b^A ^'al^o Wvt**) 




'Jl'J SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.0^06 07^ y^fiSdb JL&boSa ;j323 5U20 -^2 »^ ^30X3 
;Iil^ 1^ 90319 ;3>bOA 5^io .^bOubois ^'ib02^ ftV'^o'.'MiS \6]io 

o^^aoiati uOio^2o .^ o^ ^Ipaa ;^2 ^io .^a^^^b 
^333 ;ailL^^xap lH^ im l^^Jy^^Sa ^JSd^ 5^20 .^st^ Ih^ 
i^^ ^^1 ^oS ^Aor .^oa ;^3 ^0^3 ^0^0 \*nx iSaa 

.;*^^x^ v?^?^? vf*''-*^ v^«^*>*> -tt4^^* 

fso^^>«tbo t^fhbo^ -'??^ .?Mitv>p or^oa^ffidbp Jar ^ao^a 

Foi. 334a. .;ilof^o ;A^ I .^a^^^ ff9^r -^K?^^i^? ^.T'^i^^ -^^S^^ 

.^o^uo> isa^isA;^ yip -^9^ ^^^s^^i^ V^o -^9^°^ 
;ikof(^9 A^2o .^ouia oajuJs;; ^o -^o^ ^^2 ^j^e 

;^o;|ii9 ? i^Vyo ;^o\l3 .?.!aa^S4 ^iodo ;^2ax ^e^ 

?i^Si>y> ;3A .;xoa^ ^ ;aQM ;jkb^ ;ais«2 «^;^ ^i 

.?y>Sfl*w3 ^^^9 -^? 00) ;^9e2 .]l*abo ;b*aai ;iiOM 



SAYINGS AND QUFSTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 726 

6s^ ^naSo .;oaia Ij^a^ ^^dbo^ .^VyV^wa ;a39aAo 
.^cnSsop^ Jpaps'isxioo ^yg ^ax jaoMS >\ntto^ ^ae^K 

.f'^l^ ^p U^)S .lajAx ;33^ .;3^^ ;3o^ ^9 

;i^i«li9 ;iQ>iilS .;/Q>ttS :aua^b ;&;!0^ :;A^34ii ?>iiaa^ 

.^*ov«3ox ^ ^iS^3 liso^^p ^vftSii^e .j»»>y\^ o^ 
MM^^b OOP ;.^| .oyytVi S«a7f X^9 oof XatJo^ ^OJK 
iSp iklao f^lo .o]'yisoSt ^^JS» %ad^ ^e .criis^a ;L3d^ 

ZOO] ^>AJ. ojiKaMiS uior -o^ ^JlL^o ^lAias ^<K^ -l^ 
I'^o^o ^^io*f ^ ^ks^ Jtaa^ba ;i^3 oof Xaiboi^ -^9^ 
.oif|!y^o9o or^bOM >aaa>ba A? oor .mOIOmI \>t o^ ^i a^o 

^Soi a^Ldd jiiAo .^aiei^ ;Io^o «!^tt »Sad ^,339 .?wy<» 
4^oouiib ;3\I o^o^ o^ ^^? "^^ V^^ -^^ ^^ 
Jxk ;3j0'i.:i )^b ;^a^o .^fipSs ;^oo^ J^'y ^ijOs^o 




725 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.OOP >ho2 .^dr 3^^ ^oo7 07*^^2 ^3 ^xi ^ b*3 «o&07 
.^'iL» ^92 \59^ ooao .vA O7o3ar ^07^ S^2 A^^ 

0;^ ?i»\t ^'^ >^ou ;o79 .<[9o^^ 67^m9j:2 ;^2 .o^^ 

ais^ 0070 W^ ^3^ b\ia^ >^f ^2 .cyft»S>VV) ^^9o2 
» >' ,1 ,' • (I " ' ▼ " " " 

^3^9 079)^^ a^ ^f**^i^ .As^o]!^ JiOO) ^9*2 ^9 9A .5^ 

u07oS^ ^^20 -^93^ ^^^ ^^i^ ^^ '^ ^il^ ^^ ^^?^ 
;^;A0 ^^O ^3079 i\*907 07S ^6\ >^9329 Jo/ ;£;& 

^oor^) ^9 .0^ ^^2o MO^oao .^m9 ^^ ^^'^? v?^^ 
5^2 .;o;^i!^ o^foba^b ^ /t^^^ ^2 -5^93 ^^^^^^ 

H^ll ;i^9 k^^o ?iJ.a^So Li^'S!^ »ioufi^9 ^oudis ^oJS 

.^OpL^9 

?,.w\o'V^ ^opiAi o.toS>x2 .^or93A ekfiud^^ ^^l 

.^loTX ;939ba^ -^is^f? ;L92^ ^9 .JljAl^^o ;^ ^*haM.90 

Aa ;%\*^\ .;43L^uQ) ;&;^^ .;'9^ )^9 ;^99^ .;i3x: ;is4S 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OK THE FATHERS. 724 - 

.5^ ^6s2p ill yiAty X^ .;A^ Uoja isAiCdio Isaaks 

007 .loa\ mO!0>m2 ?i\^ma .l^^ib)^ ooj ^.a^or •^^fM* 007 
or^o^^SL^ "^filo -*V^? ?9 ^^ ^ Jb'i^o .07S ^oo! }v*ft>^9 

' ' ^' «»\»» • { ' ' ' tit 

>M ^aoiis^ lorn ^2a .;oo) ^Is^e Zsi? 07^0^ ae^ a^ 

,< 'l • t '^ < 1 < \ ■ < !• ' II It ' ^ II 

U*a i^isAJ^o *o;JEAi :soi^ ;^^ a^ %:km eo! ■?'V\m'x')9 

^1.^0 ;ii ^i3 .07;^ ^2o ?ii^\y Jul ak*^ ^sM^JSJi .^ut^b 
..^Iiiital ^'a^o ;is>i,v>Si\< '^^^ ^ ^^il M&oor 
^3>A ^VrtyiS 07S oou k^a 007 .aa2 ^i^a »^o7 i.«i**o\m2 

.Abpia 007 ;:ail^^ ^^^l -^aub ^o ..o^oAjta 0f7^bafibM^ 

• I It f I ^^ ,' " f — ' «• • 

;3iS9bS m07<A^o .v^fo^ ^o^Si^ .?i.a>jtaa3 \^< ^'?^,? ^? 
^opoo ay^Mia ^*2 01^ a .07^ b^'l ba 007 ?i*VSiVi\ opojuo 
•!^ :au«a2 39 '-^ao ;^ait ^ ^1^4^? -^^^ ^ 3^^ 
^^c ;oo) ;&tia ^%ba\a ^fo >^>^\'7 «^f2o .?y.'%<ay 
.;iiL,a ^92 ^ a^^isl 07^ JOax i^ p,iap a^ .^iagrtft^ 
^^^^^o .^r&^, ^auM^j^o ^S^^2o .orisao^tlSa 5^2 ^007^? 
^JSxJ^ .07!^ .290 .^070^ ?iM>*ff ^2 ;;So -aaJiO ^001 
. oaj^o .wOT^i ;«a^ ^o^ w^ ^l «^f2 .a^2o cpK^ ^^^hl 



723 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^hai i^l aoLs 00:00 .^ofk l^itpioa l^^ai is&i ^^I 
Foi. 332a. 90^29 ^l ^a^ I .;i2 ^^bp MJ^Ikl'^ .;^ajAi^2 o^ aibpl 

sA t^l 90^ -^>?^ oor 07^ &bp2 .;933^b ;l£d^ ^073 

^^i^a ^61 ;Ia^ op 90^29 ^2 ^39 .;isx.^b9 ;9um 
^2 .fSfti <^f^ Af .}9;x dor o^ 9dp2 -uJSi!^ ^9/do 

>ae .IsaI ;fui ;3:o79 ;9or ^ ^^? .;is9u^ 5^ ;l2 ^fis^ 

^9^ o!^oi^ Sisa .mO^^o uioroMii ^eS ^puM* dof v^f2 
hb,999 lyJtL^a oi'yaMo at*^o .^laia^ ^^? ^olso -tf^^ 
^bbyb .uoraM29 orJs<io ^^is ;ooi vjoxi^p 9ao .^u&iouopoS 
^0109;^ o^ ^^^^^^ ^l'^ -^IvKb o^ v«o7eu«i ^^i2 

;o^i9 .^or 07^ 3>^^^? ^t^^ '^^^ "^^^^ ^^?^,?'^='^^^ 

.^2 ^9^9 -^Om2 ^9 k^^^^? 5^2 .;a9o;S ^99de p;^ 

MOfdl.390 ^0^29 or^*39 i^^O .}£p ^lu nCtt «^>*9^ Ajl 
^>M29 ^,9^ ^?f^ O^ "^^^ 390 .^iSo3 O^ AXO J(o5o 

^>%!y 0702 .qL^ 9^20 -'^i^^ou^a oy^ad^ ^fisisj^ .0^ 
tSiixo orisi^ 9^ ;aUcio .^i^m M9ko^ ^«a>!|^ Af 4^^^| 
5^opo 990 , or xS>.ttS ;>a9kbo3 *^f^? '•^'^9 ^^9^ 
^JK^o 07^^09b3 ^^ 99 oa\ l^^)^ . ^o^fM .^90^ 
.is&2 ^isl ;a9or ^aucD -^?um* oaj o^ 3«^.2o -^'^^f^ 
b^9f2 ^jy»>ai .5^' ^9ii929 Jo/ ;is9MM90 w^ '^^^^ '^* j ^ !>^ 

.M^kb ^ 5lS Af .^2o ^a >2^3 Op 9^0 .^A 0^3 

.5^ ^,?^? <^^ ^^>t§^ or^94iis ;9or »^^ ^^2 .^2 

J,or ^ ^-^? ^JS3u»*^ ^^?>t^ ^}iP '^'j^ ^? ^«9.?7 X^ 

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op ;1^ A^ i^?o W^ ^?9 -^>^99^ T^* ^ ^ 

^ >^.eu3 ^v^to*n> ;j^3a^ iLi oi ;^ U*i | .«xi2Foi.33i^. 

Ijioj ^o2^ ajisatSLa kauojb ^ ^dsf X^;; -^o^i 

;ooi js*2 *>^f;sASb ^ «A^^il ^il ^^ ?^o ->t^^^ 
9u^b .3M;;e ^isxi Uoi -<i&o^ ;oo] ;^9 ^9P ^ >r 

^!j^ a^ x: ;>;ai^ ^SbOiX .;4o^^ Ul :aib 99 ^9 ^ 
.^ai 990 '^is*! ^^f^ jLGL^e j^baiab .ai»lo oiaou ^a^A 
^ ;aaL^ OAoi .ojfS adb^a uade .o^tJL^ JK^i.^ ajao ^U^ 
^o^atao^s Xi2a ^^akLy. >Sa{^ j^^ela ;^a .^ ,'TtVtv>a 
Mi«A>aa\p js*2a ^o^ ^N>j ■yi«iQ>ao\,S o^aauMae 
^ ;kW ;oo7 ^*2 ♦>SAi1 i^i ;Aac tA is^o .isXxaeA 
aa ^i o^ %wn JS*2o .JLfiLMa Jaa^bpa ^JSiKfti Jloo! 9bf>La 
.\^bpa .a^'i 99 oiS wAso -^o59Aa 07^ ^fV^^ .?*tt\v* 
A^ 990 -JSoaoJIa ^aub i^^ji? ;ikO .;^edU^ ^^^il^ ^o^i 

.;a39^ V^^ ?9o -"^f^^ "^^9 -c^^s*^? ^^^ >rii 

.;;sal'^ ;ooi ^JS^o ;^ae2 9u ^ ^^I >a a^i ^ao ^9^ 
aoM&a 5^2 uoio^ ^oo) afis^a .^laja^aj ^a ^oo! ^oie^ 
o^ k^2o a^ .^^eaisJiasa ^of ^ae^ ^.?^? t^' v?^^ 
.o|^^ugibOL^ ^oToAtiaiao ^ofo^toaAa ;oo7 ;^ oor ;«^i^ 
^i Aji -o^^^? ^,?^^^ ^ ^07001X13 aoAai oSa o'or 
^a eoj .^o^ia ^ao7Q^ aJa ^a;a^^ yO&)^ aaiso i ftft^ 
a^Ia eor .;oo) Moro^2 ^\^m? ^oo) ^al H ^ •^^t^f ^^ 



7 2 I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^SJtixo >^o SSf,*! ■?,ai*>.b 001 yO^l Ipf aAo .vAO^Aio^A^^o 
oabbZo o^f3 .3db2o .bo7*&bkb t^^o .afxya ubobio ^a^ 

.OLs^ ^aI ^aiba^ ^%? -^^ ^^^? ^^ ^^?^? -^^^ 

li^Op'^O ^303 ^ yOA)^ ^^A9m3 .3^*2 9a ^29 ;^3dil 
^^OrtoAJ JQ>qAjQ>3 v^AiA ^9^ ^ "AdS ^isaO .^9m9 

;3iJiS3p9 ?>n\\3 5^ ;oa) ^^29 ^39 ;iax is9^o29 .9^*2 99 

5^2 .[1^2 .;^2 a*^ 9i&02 99 ^^Om t^aittoS ^.^a^^ ud5 
.^Al^b ;3l^9 ^ 1^2 i^ -^A^? '^o^iao ^ ^^V? 
mO] }9^ >^S«>^io^ .^s!$^99 ;I4'^ ^,?^ ^ Jdo'y^^ ^9 okof 
.. isa992o lisoa^a is^2o . Jl^o ^'ia^ ;^eA^9 ^oxbob 9y\ 
.uoubbto ;32 >^\,v> 0007 ^^2 •>^ ;9aL ;^ ;^o^aJCo 

.;9mi^9 i^ .^09 w«i3»X2o )^92 .;9k39da3 ^OO! ^O^ ' 9^9 

^9 >^si^ Op ;oo7 ^yl2o .Jlo;S29 oTXtjujbbA^ JS007 ^«b09O 

;^2 9>ao .;4VAbo ;9;4 ^X^ V^}^ ^^t^ ^V^.?^ 

^*A>A^O O^ 0007 ^«^ .07^S>^btt JmA ^OP M^^SJ^O 
^30 ^2 ^ ^,?^ -^^ v5^2 ^^oie ^9^? -ov^ ooo] 
^9 tOi2 eijQ»i52o .oo^'9ao9£i A>4a\<e ;Ixo]a9 ^iLisi.^ 

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^,^ oof .Z^?^ mOTouIk*! IZ2\ lom hklp p_a^ ,ia .J[^^«iS 
;^y'**7 ^ao^f ^^oxm oi^3 661 UioJtaS ya^s* >ftt>Y>i»y,»i ^ai 

.007 ^ad3 okfS^ ov^ ^ \>^i ;^3 .^aSi ^33 ?9,a^3 
oof ;^ pub 3a -yooj^a ^'ay^l ^i ^or euJK»i pAO 
^JK ^oo) pid .> 3 i . tla3 o^3o MM*^ 0^ y^ ^aao\^y 
^ lom JS*2 v^w^i^Xj^ ;JSo*&«3b 3£u(d3 odi 5^2 .>*V>i*tf)o 

sISaJS^O .2*0^ ;\'1^*n'1 ;O07 ySASty ^303 2&>'?it ^ 

looj yi» li^'^i^ lisoisio .^o^'Sa ^oo) p^^^m^o ^s^ii lom 

^3'3S<3 ^3mi ^9^3 ^^m .^9^3^03 ^f3 ^OO) 5^0]^^ 3A 3^ 
lis^ ?M»t*ft ^QX* • 3S0? ^7^9^ .yOOI^O^ 3^jid '^^ ?9 

loO] ^^I 99 ^3 ^O* ^ ^m3 *>}oqr ^3 3^A 0>|k3020 

k^o .^N^A^^ ;^ou3i^io ^n^ ^9^9 'l^fy mo;o^ «!k44 
99 ^3 ^2 .^ASO cnSi^B ^^)4^ JM uisio .w4^^oo }eoT 

.^^3 ^,3» ^O^ '^^P ^ O?^ ^«ft>«A» .^3 mOTO^^m 

3m2 .^is9^ ^ ^i^iAoI i!^^^ ^? ^?9^ -^07^ ^.l^ 4^9 

.0T3303 ^ >^4^b .^yh 00/3 0V^3 OTJS^kS^ .^3 loO] 




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719 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

zoj^ .;js;^A> ;^^ **^l? ^^ ^\ ^,?^ -^o^^ ^,? a^ 
^3073 ^is^ ^is^io .?\,VhmA ;Ii.ttai ^ 9^1 ;3^ ;^]; 

^austi 9^2o -^isA^i? ^Laka ;l^ 99 oor ^073^ o^.bAiEd 
tSiutt .?.t»t,a 07^ 3>bo2e .07^ 03w2> S^ ;\^2 ^a vP^'^ 

001 .^9^^333 ^JKOpi .Oa2 ;&9m29 O^^ ^S^bO MOV>fM 9^0 

.^e -^99w^ ^Aai JI079 .^a>S>ba^ ^ii^ 4^9 -?^^ ^? 
^Aa29 Jor ^gj ^4^9 ^^^o .o^^ ^SboA 9a ^9 ?,?»Sbp 

X^O A9\ .29 .uOJr ^bof ^9X^ Jor9 ,a^ 3bb2o .^99u^ 

jd2 jdl^ «9o>^& .qS K»29 ^9^ 0079 9Ui^ .6slao .oou» 
y09^9 ^93X3 .?a\bp o^ abpl .^i^ ^ofo ..eo^WS wMA&io 

k^i ^is99>^^;^0 ^is3fe^2 ?SoS>i<9 <JsA^ ^9 .yOOwao^ 

;>A^9 .?b9\sx? fffi^hL ^ ^3^^ ^,? ^ -^^? ^? ^ 

330^. .uQ9*ba*^ I ^2 1^ eoo7 ^>^2 <• ^V'^ iVyv> U^^ ^ 
?l99>ite9>S2 ^ Oajs*2 ,?\)»hm2S ^9^^ ^ eooi ^is^ 999 
v^o ,?S^ft)h 9mI*29 .^'2d;309 ;iiab 9mi .^^iS ^isS ;^Qa^^ 
^f2 ^ ^4^ ^^^? «?9^ >Jil9kdo^e ■^»orio\^*i loo] 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 7 I 8 

;jioiiO At^ ^=P9,?^ .;»>a5ofi/ai^i^ ^^"^ "f^yd^;; 

;4£!^^ .j;\^\<o .00] ?*n\v< ^3 ^aSo; .07'^^^ )^^ wt^^^S 
eoqf ^^io .^00790^ lom ^9^0 ^o .^io 007 ^93 ;ooi 

j^i ^ "^ubjks ;oo} ^3^ ;S ^od ^si ^3 007 .;&^QaS 

ki^ 99 ;a^is ^3 oof '}2^,\i^ ^ ^isu ^? >S\,'y .^^a^ 
>^A^ o^ aa^ .?nitt^ ^yaSi o^ ?a^9 iooi ;3^3 \S^y> 

aMj^a ;^i 6ai ;|^e | .^ooSiit ^oo) bfiUtob ^soai ^ao^ 007^ FoI. 330a. 

9>^]| .007 ^9kXis^ oy<>«a.t.ia ^^i ^ooi ;^ a^o ..00^9 
mO/o^ liSUo ^ pA ^i o2 ^^^aM^i; .^o^ ^2a ^070:0311 
^^yb .MoroMii «9flu2 ^iS ^od ^2 aMJ^o .o^Ltls ^a^^ oof 
^aof ^o5 .oi^ is£2 ;is«» ;^'2a .^«ovi*io A^ aoij 
«<fiUA a aaa jclis ;i2 v^o^ a^l^ ;lS .a^ ;i^ v?'^^'^ 



7 1 7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Sbpl ^;^ .o^^auQMkp ^al i^o 07S .07^ U2 >^^^? ?.?^iio 
3^2o .99^2 ;&^ ^^Qi^t ^? ^^ ^'^? ^^^ '^?.? "A 
;^ jd23 aJk^ eo^jl '^^9?^ ^?7 ^^^ "^j^,?^ '^^ ^ 
^07 5^23 .07!^ isii .^bkji ^ is&i aa .072^ ^9?e ^ v^ 
?»io\v< ^ o2 ;Ia*b ^ 07 ^^ii? ^^j? v;>^ o.o^fi -M.?7 o^? 
.ao^dS is^i ;bl3 ^uia .uO] A*a ;3or .^J.^ c^aas ^9^ ^o 
ail^ .^0^2 ^2 S^29 .k^ol ^i lorn l^k^^ -l^* 

^^:^ ^ aJk^ eo; .^^sdoM ^091 wioroi^2 3^2 ^2 .^^349920 
^2 .^JKo^ui3fb ^oaa mSlxomS 3M2o 23^ .oi^t*^2 JLq>9 

Foi.329^. 07ll*tl9 ;so^ 6soa} i^o ./oua^ ^^S^^ait >soo] \ ^layJi^ 

.JUa^^ wQ»*^QA ;j32 >!S>^y eoo) ^>^2 :^^ .JLa2 sl^ 

o^3Ab x^ ;aLjtd ;oo) ^23 .^^UDsia jilxb ;n*^ ;ooi 9^9 

^3^ ^?^,? >^Vy -e^^il "^^^ 990 -^W ^Amos \>4 .lorn 
\^l )^p oaj loo] uOio^2 ^ou eo^o .^ooj ^2l ^fl^ 
^2 u3 ^M^2 Jl^b 9^^ ^ .qaxoMS 3k^2o .op? lorn 
aoAa .07S ;l2 MMiKis^ ^^j? AMhaN ;ojb2 y^o .^^0923 
.U^ ^2o .;Ao6oa ;i2 ;>x ;lSo ;i2 Afi .;i2 aoL ;307 
:\|^ -^0^2 iVv^ys oiksod ^3X ;l^o .J!ka^ ;iSo iSfj^o 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 7 I 6 

^op&i* ^pJhioj^ ^i^)So .^fioi .oopo^M ^y»^ ^? 
jSp ^^ ^;t»«y ..tK^oSh h£^i yOo^iKJ ;s^or .^tsa^ao 
^ ^i^ '^Cr^ ^33^3 ^^^ ^^?^ -V^^ Vf^'^i**^ 
;^3o\ .^o2so J^ao^ v.?^o^? ^ii vH* -J^^'^ -n? ?'?^ 

;>a2^ ;^3A>y3 ;iM;*V<&S o^ ^oA^^s y^^j^o .^^o^^ ^^? 

.^o^ ^i^o 4^o .^tf^" M*^ ^1 ^^ ^^ ^^ -^ ^aaole 
;oo) ;k*2 .^l yaL ;l^ . ojQ3oaosb .^JsiifVon ^3aS< . ^ ^2d 

^iSt .^XjQ) «!^,3^0 ;007 ^jjJs -^'^? ^^^9\ mOIoS^ ^3 

.^auo ^o^ I yiol -k^piiSt U^o) IxxS -^>^2 ^ J^soau^s foi. 329a. 
0^30^ |L,33a ;^oA]L9bii^^p .au^ "^9**'^ ^Aw <[?^ 

.adiL o^ isfti 9iAi^9 .!^o .0^ ^ib abblo .^^ <^f^? 
a&el .;ii ^bl ;S .xoj^ o^S ^9 00} 'Ofsox oiMo .oiiS 9^*2 
iK&2 Stbl ^^9 .^ba;^ 07^ ;s«2 ^isf ^baao .^aio eor o^ 

;i^ ^ ^V^^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^'^^ ^^? 9.?'^" -^i^^ ^l*^ 
t!^;bk ;^i :^ .;:0qI ^^^ ^oio^i ^iaJ ;i2 .o^bAX is^ 

^ait ^ 9^ ^ ^4?9 ^s^^^ii ^^ -^i^o ^9^ ^^ 



7 1 5 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;jb3J ^Ati o;.S ;oo! :^29 x: ;^i ;a2 ^.aJ .oris<Xtia 

"II ■ f II \m r- ^1 / T r-p T-|, rj, I— , , ■ II 

:;^ -^3mi2 '?9^ )^? -<[.?^ ^^? ^^^ ^ ^ tt'?^^ 
;3£i^9 .yokXJ. ^i ^ .4^2 ^aiS ^s^bod ^o 0007 ^3^2 

?\,Vrti{r>;^ ;3di^ ^*^ .hfius J^ 9^^ ^?^ ^ '^? ^^ 

-yoxya ^oSa 5^2 ^^^oadi ^sbas ^ll^^a ^00) w«*aJKbpa .^3a ^ 
F0I. 328^. ,^2a: ;^2 ^ jd2 :a^x .^o^iS ouidie | eaor^ o^box aao 

^3fii3 \\,y .?ai\aaS V^^^ab .^o^is 0^390^ ^?|^i^? ^i^ 
SAl hfiUM>b ^2 .^fis^^ or^^M,!^^ 1^2 ;^09^ipS ^2 

is£2 ^^ ^ ;3A 9^9*2 :^ .o^o^ ^ ;.a^? '^^^'T^ 

^3^2 :p^ .^oroAiQia^d ^ ^iSf mOV<^ ^M^^^ ^^^? 

.\Ai> 5^M9 ;oo) ^a^ M^^;^9 ^^^1 ^ ?>r "^ ^9^ 

, I II < • / " It' • I ' . I ^^ ^^ )> I • ^ •• 
M^bp;; ;aa ^ ^e^ ;&3um2 :o^ .9M^isisbo ;oo) alia 

\di .;oo] sShi^'^ }io^ .0^ .\s^ 5^ ^^ 4901 > o\^ a 

99^ ;!;; .^i >fi>*io\,ii ;32 :q^ .0^ ^^boo ^s^^ ;oo} 

;iiA ^ ^ : 9id^ .^i^ o^ ^2 ;au»9 ^j^ .;i2 t^J.^ ^ 
.;ooii 9^'2 ;4e9isibob .:Stn.v «^ ^^ ^9^ "^t^^ ?^ 
^i^ ^9 ^AAtt .yoap \^?*^^ ^? ^'^ r^ ^'^9\ 
^A V^^ ^9&2 .;39c\ ^9 ;^aia> ^ o .yoap ^99^9 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 7 I 4 

lia ixm m£soS mIo a{!^ |m^ ^ai .ear ^,^^ mO^^i 

v^ai 990 .is&i ^fi4ia ;s0aJw ^Aia ^2 ;^3l ;i!^d .^Mifn*! ^2 

I : WM^ ,?Mtt*y>b cn^oouS^ oof ^oub ^tl^ .oof ^iCD^ I's^p 
6s*lo .iom ^^o\oM ^aitn^b ^dsooi Jap jd2 X^ eooi ^abbsl foi. 328^ 
of'aa^j^o .^oo) bboL lit;^! jlJs>S.tt'ia ^^)^? ^^ ^ ^9^ 
moiomI ^a 007 .akbi&a ^aub MaioufM&e ^^U^ oi^oS abso 
cioJNe .abftaaia eo! ^a ilyv) jbo52a ;i2 ;^ ;S .aa>2 
eof -5^^jia aoAs ?A^3 ^2 }^a .^a]Oml ooi o^ yAs 

.;o^i :0,kd ;aa ^ ;ecf ^ Hip .0 ;^ H abo;; ^a 

MO^&epcbAa ^fs ooo) ^tia -\^ -<[.?.?^ ^^ ^'^^ ■^?^? 
.^ajaa!^ Jba^ ^^ibox 990 .?Syihif&;^ -Ji^M^ bfiL^2 ;3A 
eooi ^aaa \>^y» ;j^a9 ^*3 o^x^ "^^^ )!iyO^ i!^f|;o 
yOUMiisi^a e*ad; AfiUi Jo^ e^2 aao .^^o^'i .oiajsrs 
.^^a&a vAOiebboi yoop^ lom j^2a ;vflu*o ->S\b i\<\l1 
<^ea Jop 07^ ^b Afj^o .j.^tt^ 07^ ^abOM eof yi^aie 
mOiomAs;; e^fi; ^ ^ ^3b^^9 .^0^2 ^si ;oo! ^xS^a 
^OL&oi OOO! ^n^ 9^e .eoT^ap^se 2.^jt&.\e ^a^bbuA o^ 
yba^L \«9^ ^ -^o^ 3kbpj|e -yOiJI bdaa ^ ^ovlobooia 
.^2 ;^2 ;aoiS gbea^j^a 3^2 iSa^o .^o^ia oo) ^ila^ .^2 




7 1 3 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
9aL 3^^ ^5'7'^ '"P^^ ^^^'^? ^^^^ ^^ ^ 

Foi.327^.;afiboj> oiq .loaf |lo^i \yya ^,a^ i^a | .adoj^ aois 
,.ouOu^^3 Jx&a ^93 ^^«hax :o7^ .^^^^ ^ol^ 7iSi>S>\ ais^doo 

of^ ^JfL^l 4?^ ?9^ 990 -^3uLa ?iopi><tt;; vf ^''^ '^^ 
a^'l .^07;sa»S<QiB> o^3o2e ^o^ ^i ^o^ ^fi^o .uoisisj^o 
yoort^oai is&i «i^2 ^,3^ 'Vo^ifSt ^^ ^ 5^ isA .;3a o;^ 

^03b3 ;^i^ U^02 ^^ ^OO} :0^ .3kj6t^3:s yOOT^A ^3 

.^floi j^o^ e^e oyl a ttaaaa ooo] ^*!J9ie .b)^ com ^3^^? 

^2 ;3±»o .^LsA v^o^i^aiub ^ai^A 9d02o .;307i3 
yois&i ^'^3 yOboi oo] ^i; .yoo^ haolc u*\ ^^ 

A^V ^3 More^fM 990 .;^i iseS ^aois^ ?y,Vhft>;i ^ 9^1 

^^ain^a uO|OiQ9*d2 .o)^ ^2 ^^^oxu u!^o .^oie^ ^?f^ 
;u2 o^aee .;iNU9 JSAb llate^ o)^ osaJiio .^jjido^ 07S 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 7 I 2 

^93 ipai ^^I :«^ *^^*?c 9if^^? u*^Si ^3^ .a^;; IkaI 
or^oS x^ ;^i i^fj^e <s,>Vj9 'Ui^p ^pnoa .fi»t\,oi*\^ | ^iroi. 327a. 
^^ 007 ^o .o^!^2o ^2 oof <^>4^9 -^^^,? o^**^i^o 

O^ ^3^0 ;^00 <\Ati >3i^ .2^i o'orS uO!oSk^ ^OO! dKJs 
^3ua^ ^3a>X39 5^2 -3>^j^^ 4^ IPf ?9 ^,? 0.f -^^^^ 

Itt^ a^ y^kstio .^tiVinS ^1«^ ^lor ^29 .^JSA^aJK ^ Noo? 

jli loo) ^^fio :;^ 43^ ^^3(;;s v«isQM3 ;^ouS 2»a^3 

;aaa^ M'^^ M t*?^ ^^ ^4ii? -^^2o lism$l ^ 
^ eoo! ^M«3lsattpo .fty^^islho 0001 ^^bis^oo '^ImIm ^o3 
.^30^f ^ ^IsSi ^o^ 9k^ aj'io^is^o ^9 Ab\ -^Om2 opA 
iSso^'l ^ ^xil ^3 oi^ .0^ ^oo! iTbat.v> Mcnai«i ooro 
^adoie .op Zooi ^thfta^jb eo^ .flu«aa;a ousio .^oy«Iai,yais 

.^of 5^3 ^a^oak3 6sM ;iS »^3^ Ujl? »\Vy -^ofai sA 
.}aaA3 . oi9^;;S9o .aabis^ ^07?,? 00/ Moro^2 ^9 mmI 

MOfOyii ^O^ .OAJI i^io .0«mO ««9^3 O^ O^X2 ^OAOf^ 

007 eo) ^2 .Jlai oj^ 3>^2o -^ ^9^ ^^Q*^? ^ ^^AftS 

^i oof woioXii iSatio .M^ MO!ouS9e UspHtf^ p^ mmJ 
0599 ^2 ;30m ^ Jboa^ ^sucd 9bf>2 :a^ .^is ^ OMji 




7 1 I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^32 a^ ;l3 p!i isliaoya^ .o^ ;>^o5atJUQ}$is l^^'jj^ 
ov^ ^^}p >^is [^] «^o wi^aio .o7^oS eoo! ^^i? ^^^^ 

^io .^3y;b ^^ O7S 4?? -^>^ ^ w»ia>3U5 ^^>i '^9,?'^ 

y.ii ;aLao ;|uo ^^mo .J^ or^io .;»>o^p?>^->a ^fs^ ^ 
5^i .o7^»o^ o^fi^o ^9^ ^^M^? ^^ ^^ ^^93930 -^i'^ 

'^ ' / < I" "V " » { " ' til' 

eoro .yOorJsIfiJA^ ^^ gttai ..ou3QiQ> ^i op ^007 3^3 

.oqj^ Asikt) oxiu aao .^o/JSo!^ uOIOsJIm ^007 bOibas ^2 

.^S^ ^2 ^ ^bo4>' ^9of }o7 .e>b0j^ ^9 yO&o) .yOA^IisAis 

;iM t^iibc ot^o9m ^ .^^i oora a^^^oa, ^auca vSbax aao 

.cj^\fji Aixo o^Lsio ovcdu^io .^ait 05 uoio^s 

^o .^al^ o^ ;ooi isAa "P^ eai ^9o5 aciSiO -^o* 
.;^e6aajQ>^2^ ^3^^i^ ^,? ^^isa .^S ^i^esw^ ^o^^ ^fj^ 
o^^o .;^o^2e ^J^lboaJS aoL v*3 ^oo) MoreiKi2 eoie 
9abis;;o ,;:^ttt3liQ>^2 o^ ^i uoio^aSi .JtCio^l ^2 ar,3yihai^isS 
eoo! ^iSibl ;\ftjt .oTbpi^ox^ ^,?^ ^^9^N^? ^^9,9^ 
i^^iUa of^oS od2 ;^29 ;sm»9 ;;^ftttte$2 ^o^ 'a o ;s2 J^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 7 I O 

^[^3 ;Li sA >SL33 .«aM3 a)^bOb«ia lpo\6s ^L>aoS U^ 
o^ jSaOoi }iuiO .^aV\ ItiSOOkl ^Om v^o^,> >L^p -^^^ 

^i oiJsxti of^ :soo! ;^fr^o .^ ^^^^ ^,?^ ?i^<&^ 

.?>i»i't) ;oo! MO?oi^2a py^ ;3;Axa .0^ .SAd ;iuea ^ 
^ Jap 9y^ :soiS AfU? ?A»i**> 00^ ^ao2 o^ ^ooro 
^007 3k^a ^p kSttp .^ao^ ^oo) Afl ^o .or^Sf^aJK 
;&q1J3 ^aLiso 007 loaio -^xaoaa 2&akSA -^?^ ^?ucd eor 
«^f^ae -^is^ ^Ok^? ^M*? ^^9? ^ ^9^ isAo .^a 
^ao^x» 2ayMaoa ^a lom aiud .loo] A^a ^a^tt >^o^ 
o^ J^ljs^ ^a aa .ordso^ '^^? ^ ^a^ ^o .07^ 
.^au^ii oora o^aiss &(iu A9J1 ^i^ lom-a^^ ;l^o .^^5^ 
o)Aio «0i«09ra OTSt^o li>iOy^ ojl^iiktio -Ai<o oi^ M*^3e 
^a 001 .MMdislsj^o 5^ao ."poJxxSjya oVy^jo -X^^a 
bOfuf A }^i? -s^j^o ?A^rj opL^ :so^ ;oor ?a.«i» oof 
;a^xii .Mtt>i ^hSt ;LSa >^o ^ ;>m xHo ^q^ U^ 
Ixlp ->ap|^o MOfoS^'a ^ ^& ^e .^o^ia ^a^ o&ora 

fr^^iibax .^ol .ooi^ ^auail eo/a afs>Si yio^to .07^ izAxo 



709 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

ji^sb l^'^o\ yoiai o!^ .^oraaia 0^0^ of^ol hfS^'^ 
s^>ti ly*'Ssif^ o^Sa OLi^po .}oo) ^p^^, tOOj^,? ^o&bo 
^o^SisaEbo qr>\^7.a .^!^So ^li .oior loo] ^ -^^^^ 
;iaoA9 ^tbob ^ .o/^MoaEbo ^2 .^^o; ^ 3^1 yj^'\ .000) 

.3uJS^b ?toSi\1 wmSm^S d^ ^Ml2 .^maS^X wOToLm^ OTbOOVbb 

;JSab09 ;JSXi3i ;49-*^^^? '^4'^ '?9^ ^'^ :ovq>x 
;i32o .;3X&^b9 a ;«3aoi i^ aisaa .^^k^oi ;is3Mi>bob 

^ l\tap .;Ibob 00} ;lsa>I.>^\ .;33x ^ iSAti ;<\o3 

^^ .^adibisiap ?AS^3 ^ii^S<L iSobSb .^L^also .ot^Isox 
JN^tot?«iS ^Ao) aosx .;<a«'V\isy 07S ;3Jd3 »ifi^b .^Iboa eo] 

.;93«b ^^^3 ap^ ^^^,? -^^t^^'il ^^^9^ A^.? "^^ 
23>.ti6M3 .oaI^3 li^ sA is^iih .isbau«3 6;iS.a^bP3 oibajc 

'^l* » <l • ' " • ^l> mm I ' «• » «' / l» "^ 1 

;3A 3^2 :OiiQ}X .^^b03 07^ ;^e ^3AOI.3 OJ^ O^^i^M 

isA^ ^,3^2 .5^(^ \> b52 isA^ ^^ "^ ^^^^ ^.T'^il 

>S\tobp3 is^OUi . j^O .^^O^ is&§UQ3» .30m^ 5^dA >^ 

o^&M siA .5^ \\<ay ^ 1^23 iSfOb^i .^ ^9^2^ o^ 
SkSk o)Lba4< 4^^ M*? ^? t^^ >^4^c ^^'^ ^^^? 

Foi. 326a. xH^ I ;3mi2 ;^oS^ .67A ;A^b ^1*2 ;^e6 ^o^ i^*h 

' mm 4 11 ' I * I ' t ' ' 1* •' * ' 

-ou^ab ^2 ;Ai» <iAo.«93 ^iri vaib .67^ ^s^3 jAs 

I , , I im ^» ' « y"j^j,|. ' « I II ' ' mm I • iT^i 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 708 

or^^ ^Mllo '^^,?? ^^^ ^^f^* ?^ ^>f "^ ^Jl ^^ 
e;L^ ^^^ ^Li ^i .07^ vA^ ^^'^'^ tf<? ^.T' .>*g!a nbaii 
^^ ^oro^k^o ^SbXap 007^ ^|utD oi^yCLxe -^a^o ^^oxea^ 
^3JS Sum! aa ;ikX«2 (*» ^is&Sf zojBM .Asb ;»bb^ ;oo] 

^K^Axo M«is3Js2o mOJoL^ >t)a -2^i>oa ^ao^ ^rub mO^^ 
o^ ^j.is*i ^'S^a ;3bM ;^oa^ ^ol ak«^ aisae .iNhAio 

' ,1 mm t t ^ II II m ^,m ^ , , • ' m , , § „ , ,> 

Ul^ .;liSap >^o\ ^ ^Sbo;; ;ioa4 ;&oAe -^o^ 
^^ 1^2 i^M .^aoa^a ^2 ^suoa ^cTfoLl ^ o/frXitt 

?ti»'na ;4Q&acr73La;3b oof 5^2 .^oo^ ya»< a M ;,^^ AAijl 
^ A2 >^eof ^aa'iiinb ^lacdatn i^2o .^o o^ at^'2 >^oo7 

^f <«• / » » ^1 » ' » i» ' I* It \» » ' « «• 

^Sf 9b^o .^a^i ^isL^a^ ooo] y^^iioL ^'Sa!^ ^a^ '^fio 
'OjSiA yaSi ;Se .^39 ;S ^a ;iau«2 -^^^a \Ad ao^o 
.;3^ ^ iJL o&M .;&Ao2a ^939 -^^^a ;So ^ba ;i^ 
Q]!^ aa»2 -^^^a >SAh 99^ a 6ai .0^ a^j^ <L^2 ^a 00; 

jsMi ^o I .^^yy^^ ^<>^ ^^ .S>\h ao^ ^ t^2 .;3A Foi. 325^. 

^ yO&j; ?jiA<K'>y ^a5a .;ajCD X02 :akA>x •^a>^a ^93 

?y>o;; 7^< ^jsb ;j^OMisadbo9 ay\ ^^9^*^ -^4^^ ^'^^ 
;iX jl0^2a oi^mIAa .^ia ^3^2 ;La^ .>^l^^aa iu\n 
>\ Q&bp .bfitS^o •^^^4>' ^^? or^A^iss ^a aou Ao^ 




707 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^^oauisl ^o .^,p3 3w\ ^ala ^ •^?^ ^7?^^ ^ M>^ 
.^oviSj.2 ^'«\,mS ^aa^dibo iS^i ^m \\,v»a .^oof ^ec^^ 

;&l3^d ^o^^t^ ;^i .^oor ^^ ^9 ^<^2 ^9 vjQ>«A>^&4 
;is9o^9 ;^A^^ Jora ;>^;3 ;!i52 w^^aisss ^o .Ai» 

.U'i:'^ o^ ;So ^a ;iS .%^)^ ^ ^^^ ^'3^2 <f^>S 

^<x3f J-iOiaS -^if^ ^07^ k^23 ^or .?IinVv< ^ ^^H 

ue^A^ibA ^2 >Sv^y> 0907 ^>^2 :^A»ac .or>^?o o^s^ao 
;eo7 ^2o .^aaakboo ^^a^iboa ^^is ;oo] a^bpLa .^^apoiosa^l 
^ 3^9 -^?4 ^ ^9^ 3>boLo ^£s>m2 ^^^^ o^ t^o;!^ 

i^ J^ ;&^ -^iio ^7!^ 4^9 -M*^ ^^e is^?a><a>bp 07S ^sooi 

^ibofo .o7^a4»ba^ ^^^,? ^,?^ ^'^ ''^fil^ '^.?^ ^^o^ 
.oi2 ^skso .uoo} Jiatoa o^lLs ^.^i ^X^o .au op 

.^o^lLi^ ubSo u^^ y^l Xi>* ?9 ^,? 097 .uiOfoSiJS ^kti 
uuuu»' ^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 706 

OfMiO ^S ^op>^ ^i^ '^'^k^ i^\c> ft>*1f>t XA 
^ \^9 ^ -^o^^? ^'f^r? ^^ t^ ^N -^H>*?r? 

# «!■ # /* \* f##f* «l* ^'1* aa> 

.o^ya ^ax^JSJk pbuboSa ^^a 07S 3^*1 .Za^? liso^Mi^ 

.^laaa 0^3 o^^ el .?tS^<r» ^ el ^o] ;o^i ^^ 
.ubeaia ^aisaa ^V^^ ^? ^^ ^ -?^^ ^ ^is*»9Jdi^e 

^ytoic .9!^ ^e^i? mOI 0^^,39 Jdra 4e7^1 ^ ^^>?^^ 
aois ee? :\jlx .^o^is eaopisxbA^ kA3^3e .^ka;^ 2xu 

*>f^ ^fS\ ;o^i i^ls ^AaI .itiSi^S ^^ U^o^p .3^;; 

^iS^ ^auD ^o .^i ^if^9 9)^ ^isAtia ^b>3 | yjLia:t},OF6i.324i. 
^oj l^lp opuoM estfii ;92a .3^'le ^^ae J!^ ;^1 aa ^«ibo 
bAf^^a x^ ?t>th ^oo! JSd.2 :uQtf --^^ ^? ^-*^? ^^? 
oor ■ ? .2lj ^ ^>*?? ^1 19^ >^a\oi^2o joeaeilooua oTbpJEb 
.2^23 ^eoNoS ;oo7 3m1 .^ait ;932 ^ib^bos ;&ak^b 
Jiisis&id ?>ftV^i^i aA ^rviy jl2 ^!o^,pa ef^e ooju^a 
^a ^'a^ .oaait^^^beS ;sl>a ^Vai^ ^..^me .?I\Vi 9^isisji 



705 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Jtiti^ -!9,3b!ap loo] l^ao lom or'sAJs^ aa ^^ip .^^2 >^osbo 
loo] 16610 .opda isoo] ^^3 ^ ^ ^^$^ ^ ^9^ 
;l^30 ^ftkoaw^ 0^6790^ lorn 3duA>bo sa ^dpp 2,?oi^ 

;23& 3^23 ;3ar ^oif 4^3 ^od ;3iS «S2x ;i^i :^!^ .;3.^9 

;^03 -3^2o ^3A 2a^o .^asS ^<^,p9 ^^^ ^^ 2,?^? 

^t0ou ;dse^ ;!M»b^ -^M* ^^ ^^ ^^ ?.?' -^i ^??^? 

;2sau^ ^I^ jl2 po^ ^9 .}|u(D A^2 ^oJSe : 3ki,x .^o:s 

yO0iisoxA3 \yy> ..^^ ^3 290^3 wm9a» ;S -^K?^ ;L3io 
o^odiSb ^^2^ <s&2 ^3 ^3 -^a^fbo^ oojf ^orsisjQ};^ 29^*3 
;3.S03 ;aLA 1^23! ^o^ zo^&x .mO) jL^bo 23or .or^^^is^o 
o^ 3ib02 .w^ dkoStf ^e .^2 ^33 P.^ba^ ^ 3d^2 
^ ;oor o^s^ ^ 0070 .op3 ^?Vw^ >t^o ^^eku^ ;i^ .;3ia 

.0^ 3^20 i^^ dl3 «320uS ^isa JUiX 3A 3u03 .^3Sk01 

;isi*,3b^ .0;«X3^6S3 ^,3^ ^^.?^ "^ "^^i^O ^'^ ?^^ 

FoI.324<z ^O^S ^3^9? OA073 ^SkO 3^2 :Otf | .^^^OOap^Sa mO) y»07 ^3 

.001 ^.lla k.30 36^3 ^3M who b0^3A3 .t^SJQjA ^0^2 

.;s<£i ;^\^o \!is^o -U3\9 '^^o ^^9^ .uoreiKji2o 
0^2 :fU( .JJSafiLisix? ^^o .M070u«iS .23 jdl ^90^ ^39 
^^^ ^0iSdaxjk3 5^i .uQju^i^oiQ) 2s2 ^o^ ^2 ^ ^2 ^fS 

\^*lJ3i^t) ^ 007 .O^bp^M 0901 ^A\*1flii9 Ji^ 390 .^3;KQa3 

JI907 3^'2 .0^ 0907 ^xao23 ^^3k^ tSa ^^ -^.?^ .eoThoiri 
.2x'il3uQ>2 ^o^ ^oi^ v?^^ ^?^ ^ -^,.?^^^ ^oraaA 

y^SOA ^ ^3 ;aLA .^O^ ^Bi^^ «^0^9 ^30^ yOOT^ 3>^2 

uuuu 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 704 

jui^ P^o .^Aap IhJya Jooi >^o .jssolisao^ looj 

07^0^ ^9^9 '^A^ ^A^ ^,?^ UcbJQ>A mOIO^ ^^^? "A 
^1 ^\X^ U^i? '^.^^ ?jtf&^ ^i «^f^ Imm^AX .O^OuAAS 

90^2 ;&S0 -a^^iio ^ydS ^2^ ;^i :\bAX .^bo ^a^,? 
haal .;o^i ^ ;l2 ^b Ae .;JSoxoV,3 ^^ia dp isA? 

.OB bfibbisle .;o^i Jao .S^ba ;xi3a ^ ^As .^M o^ 

^ .;ial^ ;,^ jiii ^Jo ;^;|3 .vouAu^i ;3i ;oo) smIp 

^9u ^,3^ .o;s^ '^9mi2 t^ ^oro^ ;o^i 07^ «^^ak9 ^yJH 

1^3 <^oro!0 Oidi ^>tffi .iS4& oyj^ahS to^2 -opt^ 
la^ ''^lo lajtl^ i^^ ^2 z;m .^M^isisiaoo -c^ail !Ib^2 

o^ ^ V'?^'^ "^^ '^^'^ ^ ^'^ '^ M? '^^^ A 
;3op uooa^outl ^sia 000? ^ai!02 zaxx .^?f ^oio ^^ 




703 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSW ERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.o^3oS3 ^^ o^ ^oo] P.JOO .^ola ^^o^^ l^is^k^ ^^,? 
J^ .^i .3^io oa^ato ^?iii^ iSiii Uor 9.07 -^Jh^ 

.^sX^ 07^ 3^^? uO^^ -^-s^ ^,p 007 -^2 ^^^^ 
llioatexl 6soo] l^aLo fsoo) £sili^& ^ :ziS ^^^LmIs .90*^ 

'' lf« » 'ax #« mm * "i* ' t * * '■ / 

o7^M9J3 J^ -^^ ^^^1*^ ?9 ^? ^ii .^ola ^^ObS^ 

^op u^ ^2 ^<lx ^isx ill .0^ a^j^o uQ9*>fib9 ^^ib 
pji^ ;ii2 pdiLo -^o^^ ^^ ^ols ^2 yaLo .^a^oa 
tS^kbaboo .witso^ w«^23 ;^i^ ^2 i!^fU3boo :wao9^ bOdtos 
uS ^Lp ^o .MJSso^ ill JwS^o .^os ;2S>bp ^op ial 

lapox .JNfti aoL ^o p^^? i^2 MS^ap a^isi el .^o^ 
i!^bo^ 07^.^ ;&o;a .uQ>^^ao2 oipaxa x^ ^aii ^*9^ ^.W 
;Vj|oao ^ ;oo) aaisA>bo ;iiaa7 >^iS.Sya ^fa2a .;oo) 
^Aaio .;oo! bO^i ;aa; ^f^aia ^ela a^ ^ol .oj^^boix? 
^eu ^'^ o2 .^9^^ i>** ^3 OAor .^^ea liy*^l >Jsb9ciu9 
.^2a o7^A^ ;i2 ;^ ^a ;30 «^iKs^ :obOiX .;oo7 :zxik^ 
^2 .^ou«ia i^iiri ^^139^ v^ -^^^ 3^;^o .mo;oX^ ^xil 
Imil ^2o .^2a ^4" ^ ^'^ v»^ -t4^ ^^^?9^ ^^^ 
o^baxa ^ ^2 ;oo7 ^*2 ^SA a^2 i^bax .^a Xsw iL^^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 702 

;aib«3 3^1^;^ .AyV? o^ "^^su ai^ 9^ ;l^'3 -if^ ^^ 

i^axi .a^o ojJSo^ ^ofibo ^a^LSt ^07 -o^ isii lo^ 
ec^2a -^>3^ uOjiaib} ^iS lisoi^l ^ ^2 oooi ^a^i 
.0^ jou 999090 ^a^ .So^ .iSl p2^ .20 isii \^2a 
oi^ 3o& ^ tSf^i^^^e 5^o7^^3 li^Ji .JiM yoo^ a^'i 
or^^aa ^aais&a oofxl ^siaaa opS t^2 ^ai .0^ ;kbo:^ 

;i^O3l90opp ;o^i ^ a^ ^29 .;^oa2^ U>il9^ >^'2 zAbAX 
.^atls'a ^^ ;S .;iMt0X^ ^ ^iss9p9 Itoxo 4keS^p 
^fJLx ^yo^ ^?^? '^^ ^ >r *-^ ^9^ ^^^ i^l^^ax 
:ai9oa -^isp^s ofiS^Jis 1^0 MOioLix ;auai ;^^o -}is>S.3 
MO|oi^2 ^09 .kAo^o^ ^001 o^JaOkSa pu^ ^?^ ^9^ ^f2 
^ail ^9^29 ;&«^9^9 ^jl«!^ ;\9a>S ^a .o}3J399 ;9oi 
;90) kOAoa ^2 ^;t •)°',9^p ;isaa\2^^ %^i ,loa\ 
6s*l l^kjsa ^k^^iaod ^a ^07 .aoAs ^isao^f o)£saa*oS 



JO I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^o^i >«oSb ^OmO ^JSoSwb 2^o1*mI ^^ oio; .^^A 

isAs -^^2 aa Mcno3L3:aM o%S oooif ^.j^Madiijao ^3oaujQ»«2 
5^2 Ji^l JLhsAb .yOoA ^oo) 3^2 ou\ .^^o^'la ^6^o^2 
3^9 ^a^x a^ ^3i^2 ^o^o .^is!^2 ^ai 5^2 o2 uQju&o^l 

.007 tOoA 3^*2 .isfti i^^2 ^JLM^Sb is^kbp^b .^07 ^c^ 

jsxi >^^^ ;'3m*3 3A ^1 -uiM isMiiA wbosutt .ois&i k^lo 

;AS >^o -^"^^ p^iiks^ ^^ ^^i ^^9^ ^2 .;499A^ 
3o;3&o(i ;S ^6j >S^y AouA ;*boae ^ js^io ,ojS>bai< 3^o2 

;9m ^ruD zwM^ -^^V^ >^^.^ ^? oor ^2 5^2 ^orbisA^^a 
.eo] »A*a o^a ^03 uo^o .^^2 ^^^ ^^I 39 ;^A 
: \\t .5^3 ;^a ^a^ia is&2 ^opo ;^2 o^ a^j^o 
ordAibo ^aola ^i« i^oiKbo ^Sa .yhbo^ ^32 Xin 0007 ^hjsol 
Mfobo yOOT^A p|3>bft\f>n A 2 .^'kd ^ jd2a ^ ^^1 

^'i303t33 ^001 ^2 3u^ ^^f*** =?3a .0^^3^ b^'^OO ^OO) 

;oai josii^ 'f^o -^9^ ^^^^ ^^ ^SiaV'ie ;3aoa 
oiifJ^ ^ 0070 ..eop.^ ^oya»y»Aio uoroAynta Jia^ 
^M^s,^^ ^f^Mf ^^ ^1^ -^ ^9^ "^^ ^ or^Sb&Xbb 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 7OO 

Max ;i^3 .3i»;; ^^ u>m2 z$tx .^eues ^ ^<i^ ^V) oui 

I ;3i 3kbf>i : mmx .^^ ^y** ^i .j3 s^d^>sp ^t'fSif\\ 

^ ^^3? ^^ -^ ^^ ^'?^ ^?^ ^^^ ^^ ^? ^^ 
^A^issbo ^3uior ^ebd ^ali^ ^ ^^^ ^^ ^,?^ii -^9>3 
.^■nttvya ;^i ^oS ;>3:kK ^3 ;ajQ9 31^'i :«>^ .^ 
^sS Sm^ oat ,7\.*w^>< .;^»e^i^iboa ^iV>>ftS ^JS2 ^oi^S^^d 

.oo^ab .^w*3 yOi^l liseSf'i^ lisoaojo^o ^I^o23 ^3A 
isS^ ^3 .^ao ^ ^2 000? ^a^2 :;i^ .oi^oii^o^a g^i^ 

.ori^Aa 0^ ^^ w^y ;2^ .;x^od9 ;^oaiAo2 'J&;a» 07S 

;^09.!»o2 'Ja^ o2 .^oya ^o^ oTSia^^ >^07^2 ^ ;^o3 
J^ oS .0^ isA ^or ^ >Md ^o ^ .^Ml Ix^oAp 
^SM^isiSf^ ^0^23 o^ea ^ou ^2 : >a^ ^.otlso^fib hH^ 
yX oT^sSmmS -^07^2 ybo loo] JSulisa .^Li^Ma .\\.V) .^oioX^ 
;3i 3^*2 :>^Vt .^ib^ ;aa^ ^ ^aiiaoiS ^^^ ^5 ^o^'i? 

^ifiMiis .Ji^i ^ ;aA t^iisx2 :a\x .;oo; \ajy ;JKe9^b 

vsoj^o lai^ .^0^2 ^o^ Qi^i^ m^^aausp l^oiSsy ^oieaaAs 
.;i2 ^l}>^ Ji^ yiboAaa a^;^;; ;i:»o M^c iZl o^^x 




699 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Foi. 321a. oat '0}x .Jix^a afJLi, Jdaa^iso .ou^OkLijol mOsjs^ I z^m 

.;a3 ysll mp .^M aoif, '^l :ox .^oa 5^ ^^^^ 
^aik^I ;il:^o; ^or .^ojaiSi ;AObo ;oo;*?o .iia; ;oo;&39 
5^^y.2 is*ooib ^^6s 5^ -ILaub ^9^ a^'i : 93 .^JKOuAbs 
)!S^ojB9 Sb^;^ ^e^ :yMX .^ ;Sisob9 >*!^ ;3a7 .JJwba*opo 
;l23 ;ruc9 3kbp'2 :^ 'l^\ ^3bti j^^^ao v^^ ;i>a ;fr»oa*^ 

^wilsio ^^AQo ;3A ^f3 or^S'23:9 ^^q^'i ^ >m 9^2 

Jao9 .^ 3bbb2o ;3A> ^e .jLl^a .^^ ^ adb^&a .op^M 

\ ■ « ' • »< ' / '^ « ' I . • # «> , , ^ \ m '11$ 

atboLs ^2 t^a .uS 9)boj| ^9 oo! .^^OAijQsfkia afi*^ OAiao^ 

.qla \:^ ;i2 ^ ;i2 .;^9 ;^ yAs .3^;^ .;Lois ;iao^ 

01^^33 ;iud ^ 3mi 3^^2 :v2^ .;^9*LQ>^i uo] ;b(7ro 
.lafi^^ uo] ^^oAx ^9 o^ojb .^31^3 »i*oi ;is^a^ ^?4^,? 
MOioboua ^ mS^ ^2 uOxa^ ;l^23 .xao^ ;90d2^ ^2 : xa: 
;|ucd \3o6s 007 :o^ .^py^M ^00)23 ^ax ;i^ .;iar ;sa^9 
;iKda^ adu*;* 07^ ^^e .^ A^^^ ^o^j^ 4*^ ^^? >a^.il 
ooq ^ ^b oboe .;[au^ ^ ^l ^^a 0007 ^^ :aiiX .^ 



TTTT ' 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 698 

^? i\4< .0^ ^Ofio .mmOS ^ka^ 6s4la^6fs )LsA!^b 
iSo ;a»3 "^j^scj^ ^9^^ :.s^9 .^3 Utti is*iM «S4,?^ 

90^ ^90^ ;3^ ;3a^ ^3 3m;(o ->t^? ^>t^ ^ 

^oise :\^9 .^^oALmS ;&ti ^90^ JUS ^ ^e -Ja^^ 

.^JKOXoSb^ O^ ^*2 }p0^3 3502O .;«9UM*9 ai3J3L^ OX»9 ^lisxl 

OM .0^ SmZ ^ bfijutpa ;3310m t^s .;aucd ^2 ca^'.s 

^30pujQ>*2 ^i :0m3 .097 ^OM ^3umm9 q\AV3 ^is^2 

^ox» .JisS,aa 6s*6a] ailo .6^00) ^^ ?a ;&29 .adb2 

ooo! ^i^xbAx^ ;bo^2o 3^ ;A^ .vA ;ooi isnS ;issbax^ 

ytSa^i ^JQili io ^*x^ (sic) ^sa^hftA ^ .>ao2 do^ oq :f m9 .m^ 

;l2 ^ifibp 99 ^aisa ^ ^3jQ>^ .3^;; ^e^ =\$^ -^?^,? 

o^ Aboj^o .^ ;o)^ ^ktSusb ;i2 ^jJs )fiii ^A^,? )^ 
^jbooso ?ibAS3o .^ofs ^rfX^ ;j;aa V?^'^^ "^ '^^ 
.;Iab ;s^o^ o^ ^*2 X^ovk ^ aJ^ ^of ^ -^ia^? 

.;3A Aiks;; :;ae .aoL ;9o^ ^f^o ^*^oAm ^oc^ ^^?a 
o^ 3^^2o .^o^iS ;I;l3 5^2 .^3^ ;m&9 ;I^ U^j? 

.^9i9L9 ^i; \soJA ^L^o^d ;auE9 ^o£k Aboi :ax .^Nfluoaa 
:s>bo\a ^o .oS^ ;o^ ^ao o^ ^»^>^ -vf**^? 



697 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



;u3a9 ^a>a 3^1 :9k^3 .5^3.^0^ \A^9 ^^ k^og] loaf 

07^ «^ix .^3^ ^oorb ;!»a ?Aa>iQ>y ^^^^ ^? ^^ -^ 
.;[&^ yoioT^ too^ u^ ^,p?^ ^1^? ^^ -A^'o ^'^ 
yOboi ^ai ;oo; S^'l zaj^h .^oo^aiio^ ^^o yOAJ^ oi^a oSp 

:o^9 .^slait ^aLi^a .^iusa^^b opltt ^bo .;$-]!dA;3 

•'* ' «i <i » • » • » " ,< • # <• 

.?,ai*Vi S>L o^ ;S ;a3A9 '^9? ^ 0^2? 4s^ o^^*2 

jd2 S^ :fi53 .^33 t^^ksb o^ifib ^001 loo] ^?f^ A 

2329 oi^MOXbaS iSoVo ^ ^^? -^ '^l^ ^fi9*la6jaa ^sA 

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p9A .^AOO) ^OOr 3o& 5^2 A^ .UQ>«&0\a2 ;ai29 ^Om 9Mt 

.M07asdoM cu2 ^^ yMip ^aS' A^>39 .9m^ ;99ii^ ^1 ^9^ 

;S .;o*9 ^>J^ 5^ -v?^^ ^^ ^ ^ii^ -^^.^ "^ 

oAitt :3i><? ^v*^? ^^^ ^c? 9!?^^^ -^9^ r^S^ ^^^ 

;aoS «i;;x ;^2 :^9 .or^oai9 :zt>o ^sebo yai^ -oaiMl 

Foi.320^.^ Ml oa}o .;oo?i9 ^9--A I o?^ ;i^o ;iA*i9 .o^ a»2o 

.^M ^2iss2 «9e^o i^h .x^ Jso^ ^ 9mi 5^2 .w^oa2 



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is*^;; ^dOK ^iaiy .0^ ^oiiJ^3 00^ a^jle JiJ^o -^^^ 
Uof ^o;90dci M^ ^2 ^fjkx y\ ^isat .^jUa'i^ w^p ^Tiibyi^ 

.kOoaaiooaj^ ^9^ ^^t^? .^'lo l^sa^l ^ cdl lom 
.^sio^^ W^ '^^sx^ l^oa^ ^ajoia ;ila>fty ^^^ e>^.e 
.aoAs ;is!^M o^ Mp .>M ^is ;oa! fi^2 -^^3 a^o 
.^oo] £Sf2 ^?f^ Ixhatio .a^i^ "^^iio More^OMd^ ojUMsio 
07^^ 007 tlS^e .073 MA>aJSj|o woio^ou*^ ^ o^^i^ ^^M'^? 
^ ^^^^3 or^^^o .?A\3 aa^ (sic) fsii^e .^oKi ^^2 
..i^ 5l!!£ ^2 29oi0 Mlo opaobA op^vr doJSo .^aojb 
^^e^ .^f'iib ^ab ^aj .^alls^t Jiiaoo ^iJsSt iK«2 ;»a 
.^isoa .ootAIs M»ab ^aImI do^ £Sa2o .;'Sjq>2 Js«aao 
IsiSio 5^2 ^3 Uii '^t^ ^ 9^ y^^^^? ^»M%ty ;i^o 

;9^a ;3^A ;i2 iS'^i ^o^o .ikl u^^o u^'S ;l2 \t^ 

d^^e .a}S 0, JK2lo ;s*oo7 ^Id .^or >^f| a^o .;i2 
:i3da .;i>a>tey eora m07o^ ^ oaN*o .^^2^ ^2 ^a^j^o 

;ais ^>^o -A^ ^^^^o "??rH ^.?^9^? }?^ ^^ 
t^j^x pk^ ;^i :«^a ^o^ia oao^s^fiD^ ^^V?^ -1?$^ 
.JsSjOa I ^l «36sla ;ia> ^2 y^^ ^ t!^*^ -^jlo ^aoS foI. 
.07^ ^Ho ;3A 4^9 .;j(^eaisibBa fyJASi ^ ;l2 ;^a^^e 

.isfti ;^ ^of £S*;a*ad( ajy^ o^;; ,?uyyMS a^^a ^iuxis^o 



320a. 



695 SAYIN GS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^3^ ^ o^ ^?^^ii? -^^AmS ^f>^9 A^ 07^ ^2 >^ 
9AO .;i2 l6k "pli i^^ .3^'2 99 ;^;kh&!^o otlLis^^ J>sto 
0907 ^«&boo ^^o^'2 yoo!^ uai03M«2 J&dujQ3i o^ <!Sf2 
^39 .yOa]>s*^n^ MOV>^93aM3 o;^ 090] ^s^J^o -op 

;u2 ^f3 0^2 :^^9 .^3 ^3^9* mAxj^ 07^9i^ijbb9 

yOQfAit osaso .;is3iA^3M }Lij^i^23 ^^oa^S^ . 9Sisjk3 ^ol 

^^23 .O&j^ ^<^j? \^^ \^^*^? -^^,?^? ^^p? ^? 
lorn ^a23 .;m2 ^ 9mi >^ou^ ^2 o\3o2e .^op y9Sis&3 

J^m lo\ .3^2o aLiQ»3 ;3t« iS b*3 OO7 .^323 ^S^a Op 

\ ," '•" f II' / ^ \,i« ,. »• '1' .' 

^^2o ;i2 «^3.1o ;i2 ^boL .sA X.2 ,SAti ;'ibo^3 ;^'iSl 
oxiuo ;3wM ;is^32 j^oS yO^l 0^302 ^9£So .)1!dJ^ ^2 

.^90; ;I^34x3 i!S\bo .cS^ ^ 0i^>3 yoa^i ^Ni^o .;L3is3 

Mbo2 ^^23 ^oo) ;3ao2o .00^3 ^J3|« ^o ;^o ^oa^ .fsoo) 

»3o:so .yinel ;3^ u.^ 6wa^2o lafii ^^ .;^33 A ^Sbo2o 

Foi.3i9^. .^siSe ^'o aiOiQXi52 apol ^2 3^o .^old [.^MQsdisI I A JS«2 

^isftio .;o^i A*d i^jls ^ ^ 6w2 :;u2 z^oo^ ;3bo2o 

:i^3 .JopiS Quids 07^^931^07 Ofkk 9ka ^970 >u^3 ^^^ 



;oo7&o OLOd .3ibp2 99 ^4^1 ^ ?^ ^|iL^ ^^!? "^i "^M* 



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Sl'i^s^ :o^3 -^^V^o ^^ \9^ ^? ^^ ^\ ZAi^a 

.|a.d^»9 ^^3 Noo) opwip so A? >$^3 9.?^il -^i^o 
^^ ;^3isJ» ^^^? -^k^'^ ?9 ^9^ ^7^ ^'^ :o^3 
A'ioVi ^.ai^^p J07 .poAa Jxm ^^ ^i^ .Jior ?a»oA>S 

:0Ka .o^QiA^ aoATuo o:iS oo! j1i «Soa^a Jo; .aaslo 

i^fl ^JKou&fa Is'ia opxii lea] 99 .^sa x^ ^^as cna^aa^is 
M^^ .JtXtSiSsisl 39 ;au^ ^a 00; .;£sisAi 07S af^po ?»S.v^ 
^^l^iiS wtciOiMaatfr. ^ .^^ao ^oau ^^ -s^iio ^^i^ 
.oV;*oa ^s^i ^o»^ <^i^ ;ai.' ^^^^i^ 99^ .o?*o\;isiaaS 
\>< ;^2 ^2 ;;io abpi zyy^a .^oo^a ?^tin ^9^is2 ^o 

^*i^y McrosoMa .00;^ ^duiQ)&a o^a ^io •^aio ojal^a 
^a^M ^oo! i^2a .aa92e U^ai loo] u^isa^p ..oo7i]^2 0731^ 
Moroouauo uoroitOMa .00^0 .JilaijQ>& m010j>^ ^^2e .^^*Aflb 
.07.^0^ ^o^^ua a^i eoo) I ^^ ;i!^ .0^ 0001 ^<6^aFoL '319/7. 
.2o .oi^ 000? ^oji yoo^&p au^a ;JsA,tt^ «^o^? ^o 
^ Morou^fol Jtiia Jloo) ^o .^is^da^ ajS 6seo] ^a>Oy 
.aoMMjka «^9J|o .u^^js2 ^^o2 ^o .Ju2 o^^ ^00] i^fOio 

^a ;oo) js^2 .?isAflo ;sauA 07S MObx;; )^ ;^;l ^ae^ 390 
^ •},?^M^ ^oo) <Sf'2a ^^oi^a -^oi ^^JO^ \Ooik ;aISi 
..^ladta ;s0a3 007 ;^;[ ^e .;oo! Si^'l iks^ lom li^p 



695 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.o^aiss xi^o ;|«2 Ml lh>^^o .JiOMQM 001 ^2 a^ Si^ 
.^3^ ^ 0^ ^bisx23 ~lay*S ^f^o A^ 07^ ^2 aa 
a^o .;i2 ;a3; ^a^ A? -3^2 a^^ ^^^So atlLisis^ Mo 
0007 ^uboo ^^op2 .007^ uo;o3m«2 J&duiQ)i o^ wSf2 
^30 ..ooi^!*JkU Mov^oaaskia op ooo) ^^iQ>*^o .ov^ 
;u2 ^^ 0^2 : AyS<a .^S ^a^ou wmOAJ^ oi^oi^aiwcpiM 
yOo;;bA>« oafiao .;is&*^aM ?i>,H%Si^o23 ^^odi^ . oSisia ^'61 

^^2a .<uj^ ^^^? v?^*^ v?^^-^ -^^.?^? ^^P? ^? 
^oo! ^*2a .^m2 ^ bmi :kol^ yoxl diSaolo .yea{^ ycS'isx^ 
J^oi l6\ .X)o2o caiQ}ia Ja^ ;lS ^a 007 .;Iaia ^)a 07S 
^1^20 ;i2 «^,a^^o ;i2 .iboL .u^ ^^2 lAu ;'ibo^a ;^:iS^ 
oxii&o ;'awM ;is^a2 JsoS .0^2 o^el ^ofiso .JIsomS^ ^2 
.^ooi ;I^a4<'? "^^ -c^ ^^ oi^aa ^2 ^i^o .;La^3 
;I^o :soai ^%xa9 a^ ^^ .M*o^^a ^oo) Js^f2 ^a o^j^ 
?iiS>^a^a 070^fM a^sk "^^A^, ^o^S d;S o^ojuo ■o?X.to> ^ 
v*ho2 ^^2a ^ooi ;aao2o .oo^a ^^ Ao ;^o ;so3lS .isoo! 
do6^o .J»oI ;a^ uS ^d^a^2o ^o^i ^ISm. .2^aa ^ ^>ao2o 
Foi.319^. .^s^e ;!^'o o;oiQxi52 6;^2 ^^2 a^o .^ittola r>^s<>A>ais1 1 A ^^2 
yoisftio -lafi'l A<.a i^jla ^ vA JS^2 r^ui :^o^ ^aaolo 
ufistMSOu yOo;^9^a 007!^ .^ol u3^ u07<iedUQ»^a ^is&2 ^«^ 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 694 



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JS^M ^JSaisitt \^^t^? "^^^P ^^ ^9^ ^7^ ^'^ :o^a 

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: 0k3 .c^Qiu 30A3&0 o^ ocn <sl2 t^ob^a J07 .ai^,2o 
^j2^ ^i'O^f? ^^ti o)baLy 2oo; 39 .^sS a^i ^aJDS c7,auboSd^ 

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^g^y w*oTOib9M3 .00;^ ^ou«}A3 o^? 5^2o •^a^o ^7?^^ 
^,^AM* ^oo) j^23 .a^,2e ^or ^001 ui<&J(<[p ..oo^2 o^ 
MoroaufiUiO woro^Md .00^0 .;louiQ>Jk mO)oji^ ;^2o .}kAl3b 
.o:(.bpXx ypi^^us ;lS52 eoo7 1 ^^ ;lS .op eooi ^a5^3FoL'3I9<7. 

.20 .07^ 0001 ^OJU yOOTiap 9mi3 ^is*S.fl^ «^0^? i^O 

^ wofou^fol Julia loo] ^o .^JS^oa^ o^ ^oo) li^fyt^ 
.aoMiaa )^fj|o -vf^^js2 U^o2 ^o .ju2 07S ^oo} ^fOiA 

^3 ;oo! ^^2 .;is*!iQ3 ;saM^ o^ moj:;; ;^ ;^j; ^e^s aao 

^io '^.P^M^ ^90! «^9|23 ^bbSi^a -^^ ^'9^ Vf^ ^'^^ 
..^3 ^MoJa eoj ;^;; ^e .;ooi il|^2 ^^^ip ^ooj ;^2^ 



693 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^is*^ a^M A*9 ^ox .;|ucd yool^ a^'l .;^kauAi ^ 
\jbxo .^3^23 ^3^ ^1 picD .^2 btliisoiio i^23 MiKbb2e 
likoxoyh pyri\r\ ^s ^SA 3^*2 :«^3 .^JSaiuo vA ^l 
. oaesab ^2 o^23 .uQ>«&a&o2 ^2 y^yy ooo! ^3^2 •>;As59 
l^i ih^ l^k^l lojo .^s ;lS ^2 ;oo7 ^0^0 .wOToiasakti 
lyioi 9A ^aucD o^^^o .001 ^Lf^^bo ^m Uo/? .o/NaiuA 

;>99>bp£l nA^ ^k&»\i I'^y?? -07^ 3^,20 OilOO .O^^SCU^ 

Ao -^^? P.M' uQ»S^fis A? ^3LA Sbpi :3kA3 .o^^aflolp 
J^a Mlo ?ait&^ ^23; ;^2 :o7iQ»9 .^o&Jsb ^kb ^a^ 
UB»S»\ A; -^ ^^oi» A -;3U(d o^S 3i&92 .;i2 ^2 ;ox 

.;^^^ ^s\^ ^2 ^0^ «2^f;^ Ao .;^3Ji .SAtto ;ifluA 

ojSka ^o3A 5^2 loa)i.^ ^au*«A o^ ;lSo3 ^|u(d a^2 :aoa 
.^isisap A ?a [qjua.O^] saI ^^Xis Jo? ;ajca a^'j :»x>a .;a;4* 
^ji^s bbbfl6 ^2 adoil : yjba .^ams Jot ^ 3«*V uO) ^ilode 

Foi.3i8^.k^ou*jQ>jk 07^90 1 ;j.'3m29 ;is4 ;&ad3 .;bua4A 07^ ;^2 

.;JSOA!0o;n Ao^9 ^u^A ;^2 ;j.»3 .^e^ 3^*2 :\^3 
^ 3di^b p,>'r>\f>3 ^9^ 34>2 :>^9 '^"i^^ o^f^^ >^o 
;o^2 Jk3^ As .^Md ^3db2 :;^3 .;3^ ^ M9re^2 ^oxbo 
^3^23 ^070 >^m!il ^4?^ ^g ^ aas Ai^ .^aA^sa ^ 
;^073Ae ^o)4'333^ ^Ql^iso .^aajfcS yois4 ^^^ 
^adi ^d^ooK23 ;^3 ^aucd 3»bo2 :a^3 .LOaA»A03^92 
;si3^3 ;aucd ^'2 :^3 .JS^3^x2 :^^ «90^ A .J^3diiw^23 
;Ai^aB;S ;af N^AAs ^jA\a>a .MOiolIii ^kb oi^o^ puA? 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 692 

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M^ bdoaXO ^Om 90^ .k^l Jo .QmI m3>S0 .9iboi 9A UOO 

9UCM0 .?xD»$^VnS cTvA^o •or,?Ji< ^i aois l^l i^i 6m 

I .;3A o^ sMj^ w>9M>or -5^4^ JS*eo) Jaudis oof s^M ikS^ 

.^i^ ^3oro& ^aL*3 ^,9^ .iSi.9o2 ^oj pyJtt)^ ^ S>Lo FoI 318a. 

akl ^L ddl ^001 ^^M :iauQ>s .^aaoa 07^ 99^9 -^T^? 
5^ie .^is ^isi9 jQ>4?^ ^tiX/ab .?\,i'h<n;; ^9 ;iuc» 

.^ol^ ;!0uA 07^ ^3^ .?\,>'fift>;; ^s ^^^ i^ ^t^? 

:au^b ^o^^^^ A? ;>,f1$^b J07 ^oA5^oj|9 .^^ isii a^ 
.07S ^adbi .Moroi^2 ^ifiMii ^o0i^9 ;^ .^m ^o^ aopi 



69 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.s^f oor 2&3±lo5 is&i A^y<t> Asa A^'a ^ii ti^bla oo)i2 

^3^ l^l i^^St :^9 •^^'^ ^^,?9i^ >A ^'^} v^.o •^f^^ 
;i«eduS^ yfpJOA Ao .^A^9 ^xor ;3d2 ^l ^23 .07S abbo2e 
\s^ x^ x^o ;oo7 JS*2 ^Om ^y^m >^3U(a o]tS a^'i .^aJb 5u2 

" ' ' ' mil ( \ ,1 ,1 ' || • » ^ / 

.;3032^ ^32 1^ 0007 ^3db2 :uQ93 .;^oduS^ ^wiatot A ^V^^30 
.07 JSo^ "^^^ ^9^ ^?o ?4 ^^? ^^ii .^S^iitt^ttjla ;oo) ^jsl aaa 
;^2 ^oiso .oiisAu ^ aii^ ctaaIo .^q^3 ^'33 073 vsl^aio 
.2x20 ^Stsb ^oa3 J^oo2o .op ^i a^Mlo .^o^3 ^3m2 ^o*'a 

^ !■ II / I !■ ' (■ #1 ' ,1 J ' II ■ ^ I ' t> 

yois^balb 2^ -^oA ^iio ^sk ^ ^>tA<!? ^^ w«Ax2o 
I .J^o^3 ^S Jbak A 'O^ ^Jsla U^p .oi^ ^^^ '^"^ ^^^^ 

Fol.317^. .)ifM 99 ^3 ^M >^06A9 VMSiboio ^mtii^ \SO^ 99 v^Sm;S20 

.^i(D .oopQ»Id ^3 t^^Ad .^ ^3j;b ^a^2o o^S 0007 ^^<i^bo 
^adbl .wa^SaOU 9A oSf2 ^3M.oro .0k^f3 .a^2o .oi2 ^sao 

V \' / / ' ■ * I " \ I*" !»• '• " V^ " • ' 

3^39 -3^3 ^^ o)^ l^m ^23 .x^ ^^o >S\;y eoo) 
o^ 3^i^o .0^ ^3 bilbo A? ^^oa^ 3^^? m9;i*^ ^^ ^ 
;^ ^o -07^1^ Ao .l^o\ ^^Q3k 3qSa^ A3 ^isisf iy** 

^*3 ;i.^ .op 4^ >^»'>y Ao .0^ v^boori o^^i>^ A3 ^sa 

.or^oS ^ "^920 ^^DmS ^OOI :31JQ>3 ^3^23 ^sls 3^2 o'oT 

3bb2 A Ai< 3k^o .;bau«S A^ ^ol ^Js ^kai^ o^iabLbio 

5^2 ^3 ;A^ .3k£i^ is*ooi aoL ^ o2 is*ooifj^2 o^ 



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,ly^^ l^^o ^absaa ^i^? ^^^ 'i^? ?\*^^ yf^^ 

ooo .^iS 3^j[o ^is9>^ ^is*io orS^i^ ;m isjiixo .;'S;^ 
;x»<it ^f3 wiootji ^ ^i^i :o:f&3 .^^Qii^issbod ^'S;:^ ^^1 
99 .o^s ^o^ I'isXtiS ;^;[o .;!^^^ ^ •^^^ l^hola 

a^ 359*2 .^o; JlOiJb 5^ 3^1 ^ .0^3 07!^ ^l .qS ^*^ 

^ ^A*ht3 Moreiwi ^or ^ • j^ .^M o^ 3»i .^392 ^ 

.MffTQu is^^lxb 3^i ^ vaOV^ajo Af .^' ^m2 .q^ i^i ^3o2 
07,>«^is ^399 ^^^^ .^o\a> ^2 >l^y 000; ^yiol :oi3 

op A3e2o ..^Ui3 AIjQ» ^3:S0 .;^'i^ 3330 ^003^^3 

.%fii^9 cr»A\^s»« <^ib: .;3A tS«aar k^\* sao .^o^o 

3bpj^ ^,3 007 ^v?^^ ^^•'^ ^ tr ^il -^3ia2o mOToSVJs 
;:)B3^ -''^^^ ^ ^i!^ ^o -c)^ ^^ «^^ A? -vf^ 

}3A «^ ;3M»e .;^«i>>3it 0)|o03^ ;XljQ| .033bd^b 

393 .uQ>«is^ ^33 ^32 >\yy OOO] ^M92 :^3 .gr^nSitt^ 

^ ;&&i3 ^om o)iS ;ooi JtiLao ^misSja ^ loo] ^odi 

;oo! :k^2 sJ^ A^2 .oris*Suai!^ ;ooi jd^ ^o^ ^ : :^e^ 

sjy^ ^OOT mA^ .;oO] A.3^3 ^330^«3 ^3^ Op ^?^? "^^ 

^2 y^jbt :y,a3 .doAs ^is3o^9 07Njq>3^ ^^^^ ^^ >^^ 
^Om ?!^^3 .vA 3^'2o ;^i ^ ^sl2 2^23 .0^ 3»2o laJtt^ 

^lo .xA^ ^osA Af o2 .;^3oA ^'3^ ^«^ ^^o 



689 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

J^k^9 Ofbp .^M 9^2 :^ .AbOiX oof ^isla o^ is^i ^^3 

abp2 :^9 -^39 ^ ^?^? 9.?^l .^lAfVl ^ 1^2 ^0/ 
?<^Siyo ;^M^ ^<2k^2 99 ?\,>'hm29 ^^o^'i? ^M ^oJS ;o0} 
9kao .?4^i^o ?.ia^S>i ^f^Ili^ ^t^ §^^ A? -ooo! ^3^2 
ail aa :i3&9 .^o^is ^,>3^i ^?^ ?JAo* .000) ^*2^ ^of 

;isx^^9 ;an^S ;l3a9 ;^2 «^f^ mL^^^V ^^>^ ^^ 

Moro^ijy^'Ss aoAao or£SiX»o9^ m01O&2 uo^e ^9^*^ ^tl^ 

^JSj^e .ai6seS ^1 Saaa loo] ^tba»a ^p^ o^ .^007 ai^ 
Foi. 316^. .;^eau^ oiS mo^iO ojiseS \iiO .aoL ;j.!»a .^iuoa ^ | aja 
isA^ ;&!» \yy ;32 02 A abp;; .a!»2o 07S ;oo) uQ»*^9 
: ^3^ : jlauca 07^ a»2 -^^saS^ ^''^'f 7&^ofo ^^MiQ>oA3 5^2 
^ ^^riLXOM o^ \S^ni .)L3>^'2 Zitid ^%^ aA ;Aa .Vv^y 
.Bmi ^aucD iVyy ooo) ^aio2 :«i^a -^f^'i^ ^^JN&o o^i^o^ 
.^oioa;^ ^6sa,p ?A\>1 pMi ;^2 ;^2o ^a\.o!NiSa;b ^^I ^a 
.abplo ;^a 0^ ^ ojL^ «2tibAX ;Lais!i^ lom ^^iio aao 
.;is adb2 ^ojso ->^9>y .qaS o^f .M^bblS ^ySt J3llo 
.0^ xaol oriSoA oar ^2 J^ ^a aa .ubaMa mJSoA ^ 
Jxd uaatoL^a .0^ abol .^2 .is*ooir >^S>*n^<!) o&hb ^a 
^oo) ^^2 rpk&a .^^oS J(^oo) JS*9Ja ?,il^^So .JSd.007 aa^ 
^auo \fibso .^asadba ^00; ^^la <la*to^N o^ N*2a ^ ^Sksa 



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:ko^ ^jl poko .9^ ^ 3^:3 ^,3^e .;aLA ^ £Ko^ ^9 
hic^o ^autd 007 ^,3it .^,>^ 00) 3>^^ ^94>< -oor }3LA 

:f»3 -^^A P^^^i^ "^f. ^^ ^l -o^ ^^^ ^ ^o^ -^ 
^a^l^o ..ouA>A*53 ^3oV^ ift>iy,>h<n>2 ^ >J^ ^3Lo ^oo) aoL 
isaito .omIo ^a*b o^S ^^23 ^ »\,N>^ ^ otil o7d^oA 
.^j^j^s lorn la^ 1^ .;au(a ^a 001 -^^.P ^^V^,? 9^ ^^aiaay 
btL^/tt >A 0OA3J9P eoi XAs wfiiA^isis2d v«o;*«M ^o 

OO! C^yaStO .9X^0 ?l>fi>*nS ;307b ^^!i^ 1^9 .07^ 3^2o 
:«Mb03 >cr)>l^ 07^ htiOMUS -o^Jp^ ^4^ ^fo -?^? 

.0^ AMj^o ^X» JsS^ jssoJdoS ^siS ;L\Q!si ^si o^^ 

iai 5^ Ajla -^M a(S abpi .^iliOxai ^00723 ;l2 ;^s 
o^ aM2 .^i.A>ai is&i ;oor )^ -is&i Af|23 ;3m2^ '^^^ 
o^ Sb^'i .?>iftni 5^^2 loio >5^3;^ ^aor ^^?^ •'?9^ 

\^6a6s yl C^ 3k&02 .^S^ ^3^ 3^bis23 2I2 ;3^3 •'?9^ 

at^'l .^xa 5^asaM ^b -^^^^ ^J^ ^ ^osa ^2 ^30^ 

^3 .;3A o^ abjoii ,?twi^ ^ btioS^;; is&i ;>!3 ;[S;; .ojiS 
Ji^o^lP ^2 ;2|i3 .0^ 3m;;o ^oI ^si^ ^2x ;«^2 :«ii^b .k^i 

is&i ;^3 ;a^2 .;aucd o^ aioi .<S*^3u*M ^isj^o ;bi»ai< ^ 

mkaIsjsm l^osao .007 ;^i o^ 3^2 .^^ .5^;^ ;^isis»3 
.^sLo o^ 3k^'2 .poSiji .SiAor ^ .;i2 MMiisis^ a^^Lmao .^2 



687 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^oS^b yoxl uQ3*^io '^sdS cffaoflo ^1 6vi Sjiiixo -of^^oAi 
^isjaf u.is*i 5^o) ^o^ ;soaaro -^f2o ^aaJS2o .^070^ 
.j»Iia'xttab 5^i a^C^o ^mI '601 SjO^o .lohlo ^^DmS ^^^XmI 
-lioso ;a6a^e ^^^ji^ ^^^^-^ v^is«io -^^^p ^is^f ^.? ^^ 
07^ bibolo .«oa2 MM&ie ^iSoy }3±>o .oT^j^o ^oroMi ^f^o 

^3bbo 007 .&VM i(^oo7 t^>i:i3; aa z^bitf A -on^ >bbj^ ^a 007 
Foi.315^. brt5)>y I op ^ ;ooi ftu23 ^,9k^ tSa .Mis4^ ^OO! i^2L9 

uJA3£l ^O^Si .:z(>bO 5^ ^-^ ^O JSSK^a ^3 ^ .JlOO? 

"pyixS^ }ruc9 007^ oT^aelo .^^2 6ai ^3 ^fj^ .vA^ ^?o 
^aisoitf ^3 }3o7 -a^oin ^.^-^o^ ^^2^3 ^a^ii J^e .ooif jl3o& 

;£9kd ^ ^^Q^^ mOIoS^ ^<?^^0 '^^ C7.S>^>i ^3 07^ 

ja>AAv> ^2 ^^ ^oo) adiL 99 :o7&03 .^aci^jk ^09070 
.O7ho2^ 3bo2 9a 9t^ ;3rd;S ^Sbox .^a'smI 1^1 ^ uiS^baci 

^ 9mi U^'^0 .07S ;i2 ;iAO .A :33U3 9w^ ;3uis4x -3«b02 

^3^2 .oTJap^s uQ>A3ibB ^2 h^«^ sao .07S ;ti2 ^30 .w^ 
^^;^u3^i .^auo ^007^ 3^2 .% oai ^61 ^^o^^$ o>>>i^o -^^ ^ 
^y^^ .oTSbaxha^ ^I ;;So ^ )au30 001 ^3*is>' «?^ 
.o7^IiJB> ^ia^mS ^o .^ ^4^0 oo) ^a>ft>y U^^^ ^3 
07^ ^fM^2 .?V^'>h<tt2a ;I399 ;32 ^f9 ;oo) Jail 99 :ob03 

0070 .^3*ti ^1 M07O32 ;soS ^^;^ :aLdo 407^2 ^ ;o9m 

^O -^Cp 3073^»k3 ^OO! i^mI ^o .^ooi ?2k*n?ji*w ^M 
^23o .^3^oA3i^ 07S 07^3020 ^o5 ;32 ^o^ ^SVn ^jl 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 686 

^oo! ^«^JSboe Z.?e\ ^egi ^aoL .^3>^ ^p U^is^p 
l;p'j^ ^p ;Ijjb» AS>'n^Ne .^LxsaX^ ^,» ^xor .ylytS 
.^isiSUba^M lisoa^ k^kS ^^^P ^9^ ?^ >r^ -^i*X2 
ovAxJlo .^iiix;; ^2p aiisSjtS jsaoi^l ^i ^^s li^ z^'^ 
iM wOVf^ -^^^o i^ aiifS^ ^3 ^ooi X.2 .^i 3A 
I \^2 ;&!» ^ '^^ .ol^ S^j^o ;aMjQ> aisoa ^<>\\\ ova>^? 
JSiio^ ^V-^„?? ^'^ -^ uboox M^ ai^jl ^9 eoj .is*oo!Foi.3i5<z. 

^somSs ;isiN^ wbOO^ JKb&OO ^OUd JSiAttO .d^OO! 

^^M^ ^aip .?,M\ba3 ;'ii» iSAd J^aio .^^i^j; ;iqi\\,y 

^i op loo] Kk2e .^oo) <Sa2 9m ^Lmm t^kboa .^3(,ba^ &^ 
eor jlooj JS^p ^yjoi^o .^Koay ;oo] woieiuilo .^^wSiV* aci 
^^i«isf "^^^o .^^o^ yp MoroMii^op 07S ^007 ^^ -UPfM^ 

.^tiS^^p ksil ^p Oa^il. .^M o'of O^ 3^20 -^A ^9^00 

^^0^ u^ ;oo) 6u2 pA .um2 .atboj^ ;^j| .0^ t^6s^ )^ ^*^ 
^iSnbba ^9bMe .uS IM k>ii wA^9 e'o/ ^ ^9 isfti .5^^ 
^SLA e2 m^tiwyl 6sflp kSl ^,?l9 ^2o .0^ ^ao ^ 
.motoSXm ^£Ko^e v99>4&? vf^H wQ»*d2o .07!^ ^or 9a>Mb9 

oiis«a^ il^fj^a .^3X0 oor o^ 9»;;9 v^ 07S 9bo;[ .?to\v« 93 
^ ;ja9i >\>\n 07S Jif^l .^^o ;»qI oojao .%fib»» ^ 



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685 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^a^^ ;i^ ^ab&2 .;i^3o^ ^Js2 ^aaiSa ;^2o >^*o^? y^MSba 
.1^61 ^o^ oi^ isfl vSaMidsa .JitfiiM, M&OAbouor .^£S^2 

.;»oI OOP ^cn^*3 ^Qvd obaAo '^?*i^ ?^aS>aao ^o^a 
.adibis^ ^90^ '^^V*? >^9 ;^oAlboo7ix» \>fi>y cu2 ^lSs 
■^A\bo» o2 ^aoJS^ \Sy w'^01 pyiso ^po^ v?^^ ^?9 

■oyt'Vi^ ^i!0xb .;i'^OM <^^^o As^ :^^ ;ooro .^t^o^'ia 
^^23 ^e:s ?^LdjaA ^^lo 'OpaL ^^^oL^ ^^^ 99^^ 
;oo7 39 -07^ ^^M ^>3 ;a;xd» I'iSiip 0*0979 ^bji .. iso^ 
;&o\jQ> ^i aisa .^2 k^utaol ^32 abdto .Jt^owi 67^9^^ ^9^qa 
\o^ ;3io ;iio\jQ> }al o^iois aao .yOkl ^is4? \^ ^^^ 
2A9ijo^ .oa\49 ;&o&d ObOA 9A ..ooi^1*3 ^OOlb ^9M 
ki^AoI ^aiS M07o;fMO oi^2 obfxbo -^SiS OmAs; .;JSo^'i9 

.0^ ^«^,?? \^^ ^.^t^ ^^ ^? '^mii^ OmOSO .^0019 

.ooi^ oA^o 09i^ .^orJSu3 obaA9 ?X09> ^ O ^oilb ^2o 

^9^9 ;'i309ao .^3^ ;;sodub3 oa^bSo .^o;4iM^9 ^o* 
^9i&^ ylix ;'iA»^929 .obo2 ;L32 9^*2 :;909 4o7^iS 

«Sisi9 .;»bau;9o ^^^ ^o^A ;a2 ^^^ 99 s fy\ ^, titQ p 

:au9Jb ^9 .;aucd ^ ^SAl i^'2 :abS9 .;9V,99^ ;^9i^? A 

;i!!p3p ^eo! ^AW*y)o >Z.?9m ^o^ ^oo) ^^uaj^9 w^^j^ ^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 684 

.^03 l^p ^'^^^ ^ k^^ol ^si eo! loaj ^o .yO^l 

;s*ait exoj^e .;^3k^^» oAboao -^9^? (iebop^ p^l 

iiJO fria 0001 ^f\w '^^ yOAO! ^o .;^oi^^ yOo{^ 

^fS^o 'Vl^^ A^?9 -^??9 ^9? )!Sb.Oo .aii ^ 2a;xa 

^p '^f?,?^ ^9^ tt^^? ?.?^'? s^^l^P ^^ "79^ ^?^ 
^*au3 IaLs olp 0007 ^at^l ^9^0 .Ji^a ^ojAsi ^^o^^ 

9k^a .yQ9^ ^9^ >^j|? -^9^ V?^^ ^»*o»» ^ 4?!^ 
.^oflja) ^&<^o ^i»t'>A ^ .;Lai J^i 1!^ M^isxbo ;S ^oaoba 
^ omIo ..^*^ t^A^ ^*ttA )^i*^ aJa ^^aa£s2a aisa ^o 
oeoi v*auxia ^ho ;^opi .oo^Sa odoub .;£a ;a;x .eor^soaca 
cayho .yoo^l^aa ;Lai ^oo) ^ii^^ a^ -i^^so^MS afi^ 

;ai yoal^ 3b»j[o .w.07a^aie ^*^a • ai!0 ^ btioaua ^<X^ 

;^o JSi^ ^aUM^a .;aa\^a o;\3a'Sbba ;\d ^ois^dba 
JAoaxo .opuaub ;zi^ cd2 tSa \t^6i otuial .^'aaois 
.^as»a ^9^3 ea«>i^;;o .;49^^ v?^^ t^ »3fiX,>S 
'l^p^ ^e ySs» ^ .^a jl3^9 .'^iL^ak ^9^*m9 




683 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

\>i yoopi^ Ob^oai .^o^b^M ^ ;&ub ^^po .orJStlL 
^o^'i^ 4^^^ .^^SmOSU \yy .oai ^ kjboda .^^sel 9a 

V^ ■ «» • » • , '• " \, , , yi , ,• . \~t. / • , 

^ ^oo] ^bbA^^is^p ^ ^2o .eoo! ^H^^ t<3Ao/ ;So 
yO0p(^ ^ jjQ > a> ^ bo ^o;s yQA07 ;\S2o .^ ^yA^bp ^0107 
t^ ^3k±}:sap3 .;:so^'23 ;&3kbQdo ^3d: ^^Shas&s ^^ ^ 

;32e ;soj3^i ;323 .;A2 ;3i 3^20 ..00^3 AS>*«i^a i^ 

^^ ;32 '^2 ooro -^33y^ :zi> ^jjeV^^x^ cuSio .;isx^^ 

;i32 ;fM SAO .^IsA JE^^ p^ ^^b .b^'l ^3mm2 ooro .jk!^* 
iS^ o^ ^<v>i'y ^2 ^jp ^m iSyiy >^o^i ^1<^ ^J^, oo] 

» » ' » \" \__» ' \* !/• '^'« 11,1) 

39 .^*baljb ;^o3£ie >^^3b yoo^ ^^ b«\ ^o; .^aaa^Aab 

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SAVINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 682 

^o^'? ^i^ ^^^^ 99® .^ailodo ;iS ^Sor ^e^3 .\cS 
yOoA ouoii^ .^Oto ;jio }aii^ ^ie .yok^l U>'2o 

^007 ;i^ore .}^9mm pst ^L&iifr^ ;:so7l1J34 ^^t^^? 

AN'to^i .^^>^ ^ ^i»bft'tfla bisa ^ ^so^o 4akM ;&>< 
^,a» ^ .;b3a^ ^^9 ^bJSou ol»o .^L3;^js^ ?,i3i«^o 

;^i ^ 60|dax ^^?t^ P^^^ -^il \^^ ^\^ '^^^^ ^ 
;&kba^ \itJpa ^^9 -i^^ ^^^^ ?»"qS>\< ^e ?»iiyfci 

.^^so^'ia ^^tt ^'isoa ^ ^b^js^ ob^JSM '^ ^ 

bbpj^O ^OUai I O^ ^SU^^20 ;xadl OXiU -^^r yO&Or ^iFoL3i3^. 




68 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^onS 3^^3 o^ ooo) ^^o •'^ 07f ?.<1f*>e \»^Va 

^ » » • i ' ' v^ «• * t * t \t \r • > « 

^q^i \ii yOOfl'^ OyihOaio .^noN ^O^Assii ^S,?^ >i*^ 

5(ItJU^i :s,>b9a )^,p? -^^^ ?9 ^'^P ^^^'^'^ ^.?^ 
.ooA^ 3A oS .[I^i ^ otioaxb .3db2o ^ioS^^^ too^ 

^ x.isJ.9 Ul ;^3 \ifi .;i2 ^td^o ^^ ^i^ T^l -^^ \^ 
Ui ;^ ^^2 ^AMDcwo i^ ^^ ;fM? ^^^ "^^ i^l. 

0007 ^d^UOO <[9CI\ 0001 ^,34^ -<f.?,W* ?^C ^^!^^ ®?^ 
.^^2 ;99m iS4m9 ;iIaJQ> A^^^ ^9 9m JSO^ ^ib^:ap9 

F0i.313a.0S0 .l>sJOJsaL lit^oa^ isM^A ^Om*9 .^aJSisis&p | 9^ 9^0 
^^29 liso^'i^ ^2o ;S2 .;9k^o ^tAnV^^ ^ ^ 9aA3 
^^29 ?*'y>N>\S k^2o .^9;^ ^&A^^9 ^^iiM^o ^iso3 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 68o 

aii^ ^<ov^A» .o^ S^J^e laja» ^o .ysoS ^ listLk^o 

.;30>*o*2 ^i 1^ V^9^ ^^ ^9^ smI :o7^3 .5^ ^^^? 
.^«^ aJk^ 5^ is«A$ .\\h 5^(^ yM«si .0^ ^a^ie ^^i 

;&A ;4il ^^^? c^^>? -9^^*^ ^ ^ .^933 ^*ny,t^ 
^Siss;;^ 9.9)^11? -^9^ ^^^ ^^ ^i =^^ -t^^yy 
9^ A.>VCboo ^SbLo mSoiom a ^aub^ .^0^9 ^3^03 
\^3 . a>.Aaa .^auca 07^ ^bo2 .^^LIa aA lai^S'^ .3m2 

Avi9 ;^aii ^^ >lSo }iS9*&9? ?aa!o^ >ft<.^isi3 ?i;i\n\ 
^0 .ojSka 1^ ?aa<Li ^S^ ^07^ ;»3^& A^2o .opuajb 
«ax^JSJk3 ;a^ . 2o .oTjIfc^ ^or ^?^3 ^o -«<3a^ >SS>»i 
aA .k^kiM yo\^ ;iS2 .3>J ;^ •^'jAa ^1^ ^ol^qjko 

99^;; ;iia9 .;ai .'^lo ^o5 ;aA ;^2 ^ 9^ A2x ZwAa 
.^aba ;aui3 ^aai ^ x^ o2 .^^ouit? ^ ^ ^fisis^pa ^ 
^isja^a >^9^ ^2 oi!^ 3^2 .^x^p d;<^oai ^oviSf23 ^of 
.^oa^^ ao6s ^is3^3o .5^^!^^ ^^23 ;bo .ubod^^ ^N*iM)?^ 




6/9 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.3^20 .ovQaai ^o .Jo; l6si^2 pSi ^^? om l^i^ ^o^fUdO 
oajx2{i S\^io .c^Mob 3^^o l\^ .of^,aSk^p 6a\ Xcriilp 9.?^il? 
:«^3 .^cfiotftftia Maro^2 oi.^ ^\2 .07S ^00; aibobo ^'^9 

3m\ 097 Si'^ 'i^^ ^?>?,'? ^^^ ^^'^ ^^? *^ V.'^''^^ 
}i»l %om 3^*2 :^S .^S^baS ^^ Ao Zsllia ^2 ^'^'^b 

-or^^o^ moi ^M*? o>^^ -^ ^oi^ v^^? ^^*^ 
^suktt .^^N^d ^Lais i\iM ;pL2 yoisibi ^^3 ^ois M£sap2 

.dp ^a^^p ^'-^ v^^^ ^'^? "^^^ ^^^i^ .^ais^ mO! 
;i^3 .^;q^^ ^32 3^2 :i3^9 .oaJio yoaJ^o^yaa tSoJOx 
^al ;^ 99 ^39 ;^2 .;3t!^ ^>«^ ^ ^3^^? ^A ^3^ 

;iui3 .^U ^O^iaDO .;I>il^;se30 ^JSOU&fS ^Ou« .3^ ^ 
^07 0070 .3J1 ^aU(D JSO^ UQ90A^OiQ3a23 ^^ ;l2 diJ 3A 

o^ ;^^? ^,^>« ^ii^^i ^>«2 .;^i^ ^3f ;oai soL 

moi .u9^ ^2 \>a>apo ;[^La m^*2 w^f 6^ 3^*2 .;i^ >S Att 

.;ior u^ .0^ 3^'2 or,>f>^ ^^M^ ^i^\ ^^ '^^\ ^? 

.^jjtfl ^323 o^ fis':^2 Jsiu: v*3 ^ -^cn ^^IS^bbSi^ oi'iMao 

Foi.3i2^.;^2 .:^ 007 3^9*2 .^or ^ik^ Jor ;is!Si»3i^ | >^^ 9^^ 

^07^ ^07 \^07 .2 07^ ;i2 3^'2 .67^ ^aoTdk ^^cdu^ 
.i<ai\,»riin>2^ 3^1 ;=uca ^oi ^^oT^'i ^ '^^ ^9? 0^2 ist^a 

;is,x.. ^^t? ^^ ^^ -^j -^ M>ilo v^^Ti^ ?>r ^^^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 678 

,1 • • ,« ' » • •> \^» / f ' 

\\,yo -<^9f o^ ^jsxfisa .^o^i ^ ;i9 ^ ;oo7 paii 
gj^^k^y ^3 oooi ^adbi 19^3 •^^? o^ %9^ ^^ ^.?<'r 
;ooT ;3^ ^ .ift.yVno^b ^lyot^ff ;oai 9^3 .;9ea2^ ^sia 
.^oo) OlaL ^^^t^ '^9.?^9 .oxiDSbaS ^oroS.^ ^aitoa 
btiodxd)! ;^a .0^ ^^^ 99 ^ 09^ ^^^ ^^ '??^^ 
^ ;i2 ;^o M&ofibox .;aoa2^ ;b3i yOo^ 3^*2 .^4^ea 
;o^i ^ ;^ 990 .w^aodbS ^oi:)2a vA ^tt^ya oo^2 .;o^i 

.0^ M};; AjBo .?Iboa{^ ^^^a^ ;Lai ^ ;90A9 ^^edo4< o^ 
.xboio «^9 -^^obo^M ^07 ^i ^ooTbo^ isii wMSxboa eo^2 
SAO .JEbaua uoiOLik^ «^£uj ^o^s ^ .^^»bax mi!^07 aa v*a 007 
.ojS w«aao2 aa ^oiouosiil^io ^2 ^oroiAkti o^Ai .^isa^^ lisl 

.v^nVygj; ^o .^^ ;itD^ ^2 .<ae39i:^a is^i ;al ;i^a eojijla 
>^ea ^ ^2 ^&sao .Jlaaor ^ofiLsafis ^a op^2a .a»2 ^2 
^2 X^* ^9^ t^^^ :M.aa ■^oTo.tt.aLa! ^i^oro ^or 
5^2a ^Vy^y .^ai Xa^l "^^^ ^^\ ^9.^.? I -^? uQ>*aA!0Foi.3ii^. 
jQ>^awOa9 ^32 oo; ^l ^m A^^ \L .\\^,y Z^2a ;!# 
.^fM A? o9r ^i }oo7 ;f«^a J^i ^a^osi i^ %om aisoM 
^93 fis^ :\a9 .^90! ^Aibbs ;i^a ^^2 ;oo! ^^>^3 t^^® 
Jkttso .;o*a ^ ^ifai^Asa ^2 uQ»*aib> ^2 6^o^ t^m ^S^ 
^AV'i }3Xd ^fii^o .^aJaaaa ^a^o^ ^ ^ui ^^2 or^o^ 



6'JJ SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

jshscxbo ^I^mIo .Xicoi a^ A**«^ ^ix^io .aula: ^Asa ;eo)& 

A? -<|aor o^^ji2 ^ .^ 3^^; .07S Sboio ^ol ;3i!^ i^ik 

^ -^9^ ^^ ^^ 3^'^ -^^^^ ^^-^ ^i^3La ^oa^^. 
;isx*3 ^oal ;&a^ao3b ^aia .^diS ^ '^^^>? -^^V* 

.?at\'i «l!^^ ;LSa 907af2 .^^9^^ ;£s;^ ^aa2 .^^fMiS is&i 

;issja ^oailfis ;&aL^oiQ>3 ^a .Jjoa^I >lj^\'i ^^JK ^.a^l 
n^^^ btioo^a Z^iiabS w^mw ay\ X^h\ 4^3^.3 kl!!L 
.^fkSa «Ic7 ^aiao -^4^? ^'^?^ -^^? "^^ ^V^^?9 
^eisMi ^^? ^9^j^ -3^.2 >in>>ift\,ii ^Ao ^ao^s :J^9 

.Jiopid oT^Q&aaakboa >^hAm^ ^^ati ^ ^l ^a ;aaor .^001 
^po^jk ^a .^^ A 99 •'^^aL^, ^imA^ ;oo;jk ^aijo^a 
|tao7 tS^yo .^ a ixa ;a\^i ^^adioiAo ,^ai:*VA ^o^ ^^ 
aoAa ^0^9 -^2^ ^^LxomS ^isiat ^au** ;,aM ^L^bdo^ 
Foi. 3110.^2^ ?,a.3iou> \^5|7o •^?<^ ^i>'ii>iy^ I aoAri ^ooia .^iu 
>i ^a^i? aM\ ;±0 .^L.«A^a ^ao^f '^^^^^ .^^^is ^00; 
^i^ ^sobs ;3i i^lk :aaa .o;a\2 aao^ ;S o^ada Aa^ 
.;aaib9 ;oo7Ji ^oAaa ^sia^i Msciiao .0^ adol aa X^o^ta 
^00^ ^oA^a umSCE^ .\^o^ ^a^i u07o>u.2 ^ .Sb!)2 0^070 
^ ;&io >\\,v> .uQ^A^AOA ^sA Ala: ;^2 :o;aa .;*aQX aoL 
.^J ^o^ ^o^^iAa tVyy 0)1^ a^'2 .^jpacL ^^ ^*aiao 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 676 

^iaa ^i :om3 .09) ^yJdj? iVyvi o^ Som^ ^ J^^i . j; 

;jI&^ ;i^o .^ o^ ^^23 ;^i yas* Uli^ ^oeA ^^o^a ;^o 

^si ^93 a^;; :f*9 ,?nA<n» ?yf>ovk\ Ais^ ^V^'.'t*^ ^eo^ 
.^d^eaai^ ^ ^ ^^t^? ^^^? '>tt>>3JtDai ^A uQ>*a\o2 

^Seub ^3 ^of .^ isA ^SbM $*ift>M ^e {[aof 5^29 

.joMJttio Ui'^ m^ hipi .^oi 5^29 ;j^3isibo ^ ^'^^ 

^si ^93 Anx :m*3 .;fiK3isib9 oib yOOV^Sia^M ^ -^'^c^ 

.0^ 3^;; ^3 ^9^3 '^Om \\,V> ^3^ ?rUtt^ UQMAsi 

^23 ;49?^ ^^ '^> ?9 ^*^\? uQ?*3j&3i ^aA ;&3mi2 ;^2 

^bJ ;JS*ioIo l6Si!ao6cih ;fiso33^3 .ofs 3^2 ^3 ooj .'isil 

^fs :^3 .64^2 A«33^ ;S ;Il3Qtj ;io73 :s^ ^i ;l2 

ySx .or^Oi^ Af;:L3 3oiifi>-'^i? ^3 ^001 i|k3 SA I Sn^Ol Fol ^loi. 

;^;^3 00^2 .3»'2 99 .^AbO C^ wAs ^SUCDO .^30/ A>i O^ 

TiAiTv^ . 2e .;L.is^ >!iiS.a>\ Miis4|| ^ ^,3^2 .5^ ;i2 ^ds^ 
k^ibAX 3a ^Aoj ^m >^2 Sisa^ ^ ^3or ^o^ .^Liii^ 

^ .^2 A'^2 ;au»eA 0133^23 oo^ji? .3^;; ^^odA^ip ;s3 

.^1^ o^ .\*nt»^ ^90 a^/pAl ^2 :<^3 .;i2 A^2 A«3^ 
^^Ao^e .333is2 5^L^ ^*23 ;^ .07^ 3ao)| ;3A ^3 OO] 

^&A ;39& .wAd^bo loii'i A^^3 601 oSi^ ^3 iia^ 

^J^o .9ma2 .^N v?^^ V^ '^^ ^^ ^^ -^^ '^^ 



675 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;^oa ^ al^ ooo! ^03:0 .^La ^,?^ 9^ '^^^? l^^oA 

^S i^M^3 .'xol aa .yooi^ ^007 ^^Sbeiboo uonoau2 ^^x^o 
;,XUk JU2 y23 .ii302f ^9^ ^\ '^^ 'V^^ ^?^ ^ ^^ 
oTsiSiQ)^ ^ai: aa .opE^ ^axi^ ;oo^ ^o .^o^i ^ko optli 

^o^ia 0^3070^ aJa .Aiy,^ ^^^a ^^^ ^'^'^ '^^ "^9^ 9.?^ 
^iSi ^o^ ^f2 ^2p Ml ^9^ 00? :\9 .1^ wMSdC^iO 
.;S3a: ^ol oyJSoS aisao .,^^\ao o^xba AitMS ^obouA 
iSf .o^S aiipl o^ ao^ ^,^ aa .^lao2^is4 ^^^^^ ^ ^?u(do 
^a^^au l^oat \S ooor 'Jo^^ 4s^a ay\ u^ -V^^ ^^?9il 
Foi. 310a. .Aa isa^A >lS Q^2a >a^|| uQ3i«&o^i ^i i^a .^o^A |vA ^ 
wMSJKap ^s .X02 ;3A ^o^ opi :;*9 .^adi ;j£i2a ^^^2 ;i^ 
^9 M<S^2 ^2 .^ro^a ^asotM 073^ a6i^ '^,?^ ^'^ 
.ofxso yOOnS yQ^y ^^a>jti loaji ^j^il .^cro^ ^tolirt o^ 
.0^ ^^^ 5b^'? ^^ ^>?? -3>^2 };uca «ao^ ooi :m 
.;LaJd a»2 ^^2i!!^ .^9 :^a .^fi^aka op Som^ ;i^ 
.aaaisap x^^? 007^ ^^^^^il >^il -V'^ 9^ ^95 ^ 
;t^ mo? .J^'di^oo ^3^ >lS ^aora .a^2 vsois 007 :aMia 
^a .3^;^ ^M ^OJS op; :ov9 .^fsailt^ ^isi^^a ^ ^jbax 
.^f ;aM« s^aiOfixiso ^a^ ;*itaote ^ ^Om ^ ^JS^s 

^i£;99 ^,^ ^^!? -MOioufiLia^^o ^^|L& ^«sJ9f ^isa&^a ^o:so 
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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 674 

.n^YiS loo] lal ^o ^auo loo] i^io .^d^oa^bo^ ^^h 

;i^e .;L3d^ mov^o ^^^9 -^yt^ ^9?i ^'^N MOTe9k*2o 
^oro ^*^ Mil ^i^o -o^r^ii ^ore .^fJix Jksx J^i^ 

.M^ ^ ^Sji»JSj| .07^ hiol ^.? 9,97 'v??^ .^om ^ }oo7 

I ^3 05 .1^ Ui 3^'2 ;iio .;a^ ^ ;i2 ^? ^^ 

^si ^f3 ^Sfj; :o)9 -JSfddai^ 097 U^o -la^l^ ^^r^ox 

e2 .0^ akbb2 qiiha^ m^^ a^o .oiS ^lisd or^ea3au09a9 

^o! Morei^2 .ov>*f&2 ?>iffifti JS^aci -oA>^ ?>90 -V^ 

^2 o^ ^sjsi .;iboS ;ooT ^3 ^ -^^f^ A*iftV ^ 3^ 

.jQ>«idb9 ^32 oi^ a^j^e -^a^^a ^'i^ StSjl >fl>>io\i2 
;9ao\ o^ 3Cb«o .;a^2 07!^ aM2o .J^ ;adKi ^S ^^2 aoO^ 
i!Siit ooo] ^»\S>*Hi'aoo .Jisasa ^ yoa^ ^^0 ^^^^^ '^^ 




673 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
^XC^3 ^3 ^Xjii .^3mi^ ^007 mOIO^I ^is^O .?,M>X!« 

3mo 073*ba* ^ 3mi .o^bpkii 000; ^,?3o MOjotabb ^/L^ ^36^ 
J^i .^r&A yOOT^ b^2 \\h oabtjb b^3 ^o .q^o^i 

FoL 309a. ^^!!i4^ ^2 .^ .07!^ I ^^i '\j>*^\ \^^\ ^>*«*b?t!) ^iSfti 

^ isA ^or ^b9^3 bA^ li>>om>tpa .^ ^3^ ^M^^ 
t\\>y .^LkMbbo ^g^m3 ^a^s ^A*i ^^ A2 -M^bjib 

^M \*oai^ Mo .^'bo^f ?i'S>.^ ^^^ ^ ^4*3 cuboid 
t^2o >^b*isiM ^o\^ ^3Miio .^iVSfty ^'^ ^2o >v^^ 
.^0^393 99^ ^?9 ^2o .^MM^s^b ^'sMiio ^obaoib ;u2 
5^ads3 >o,.io\,t2 .bbp23 A^ ^^2o .^*boAMb ^l^'b ^'3^20 
;32 ^^I 99 :\b .^07^23 yOil mo;ou3 bA^ ^61 .^^^ 
Aix A^o .^0^2 i^aSb ^o^^a ^oo! .07^0!^ ^2o ;&o^ 
MO70ujQ9*^io 4007 ^ p2jb SA ^2X6 ^3^ bisiso .^oro^i 
.01070 .^oqf tafiuisaii ui3 eoi .. oai ^ 2m .op b«b^2o ^2 
.^op b^2o 4^0 .^op b^^3 07^ ^^ sa poa^^ii obka 

^ ^2i^^^ ^<>^9 .j^i^^^2 ;o^'i3 ;L3 ^«aA ;iior 2l23 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. (>^ 2 

iSka: xii .<si4dK»o ^'i^T^^^ ^t ^^9 -^4^ ^9^ ^C^ 
oo;^ ^??^? ^,?^ .xlboi^ o)S dba'f j^utif d^o^ .^^^^vob 

I'^l:^ vji^is? 'U^^ ofi^o^ v^oroial ^ -^ilo ?nte^ 
Morejul U07 ^3 wdki^ais 5ui .;3Xd o^ Sboi .;'S>Jm 

ski Si^ ^90^ ^3o I .^is&fdsi ;jSqSmO ^a^p ;a^Qbo Foi. 308^. 

.^3 is jsoa^o^o .;ikOai*o^ o^ 7iS>ty ^fi^eae .^f^obi^i 

.;a^ ^ bft^YiN ^j^ ^^>^^> ^ :^^ ^^'s ^^ ^Sd^ 

SfV^ ?^^,? ^o .;^bob o;^9o;i^ bil^^S iLt pMiJS^b ^o 
ih^l ^s^ «^ ^ou ^i ;oo) smI :3 .A^ J1!^^^ ^p 
Jbau«3 ^ii^e .lk^!>!soa lorn is*2 (y** ^9 .^e^sisb ^^p 

^atei o^ eoo] ^>th^ 9^ ^» dppu«3 .orlsiii!^ o^ttAio 
k^SJo o^3JS^ yiAfl .20 .mistS^ ajJtUiai ^b %s»2 .eoo! 
^dO^OUJO .0^ ^^ i^^k* ^k"^ ^ ^^ ^^ '^^ ^\^ 

y*(JI .;^o\9ii> )^p ^ooro -^o^ ik^o ^^oyxaa SjoS 



d'J I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

is*o97 is9^,;; isfti oS .;m 07S 9^*2 .^ 07!^ b^j^o 4^0 

^ 5^ . o\SJkd \t^Q\ O0^jL .vA 3^j^ <^*Vl\b 5^29 u^ 

;Iflb .h^^A^i ;^o w3Lo^o Ais^.o .^o7ba4x \!Sw^j^^e 

JS>!io2 ^^4^3 5^2 ;i2 .5^iSf29 5^ ^o^ ^f^3y>^ -^^"f^? 
^g^ at ^ j jp e2 .^07^ . oaaJddaa ;X523 ;a.'aMi2 ^3 ^^2 .5^ 

va^Is ^xlafk^ ;l2 ^33 .uoioaoXtis ^o* )p!i 3>»2 :cy;^ 

.of^o^ ^^23 ^3o ^^<l5^ ;dsoM^ ;i^o .;33 \xLii js^js 

07A k iO\ fl »o \o)9 ,yOo;^jBQ^ ;ad ;^ X-^3 \y,ye 
^2 ;^o .^iSiXfib ;i2 ^^I ^l ^i Ua^oj" .l^isMo ^s^;^ 

isLfiboiS ;l2 i^ ;A3 «iv^o .w^ ^^23 ;ju3 Imo^ 

>l^cS^ pJa 'lo^la ;i2 jQ9o!^^jaoo ;i2 ktis^ yOojiaMcS 
^I'^l -.o^ti .jaSi^ ;i2 iJ^o .;M3\sa ^ ;42 ;^^e 

.iSs^jKJk A? ?\>*Am ;^iS 07^ btj3f ^139^23 >^3j^2 ;32 
.;3o 3^j;o .^tioSivS ^<.35o73 ^>M*t ^ ^'a^i^ ^^? ^ 

3^ ^?^3 yQio7 .^>*m3 ?a^>a>a oila^sbo^ 07S ub,3f3 

.afhiS^ k^33 ^32 ;^3 ^ ^61 ^ 9k^3 3*^ Uf^kl .^32 

.000! ^Stfw^ \^^? ^^ ?.a^»a>a Mord^aui ^'3um2 ^3 ^a&iA 
^ ^,3 }^3miS :o7ba4« ^^^ ;L^9m ^^9\^ ^ ^,?^? 
i^ pa .\^3 Moro3oui!Sk3 ^3 001 .yOcnhkjSiaS ^^61 ou^b 

;^b^ \^3 ;i^;; -^'^^ ^ ^x^? ^^ ^^ ^ ;^o!3 
1m3 a 39 -^J^ii ^?^? ^^ >?^? ^ «^ ^W? 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 67O 

.op9 y\tni\i>\e ;»^>>\ yAO .^ea^ ^ZmSo ik^ctiS 
^p ^aj iLS isoao -U^^^ i^ <^^^9 ?»^iS mIXb 
;i^ sfom 'Uf?? ^oua ^io ;o^i a^ ^o^ ^X .lai^i^ 

joa .^Va I M4^iNJl 9^ .i^ijK^lo mSA .?A\y>>.e ;Iar^e foI. 307^. 

^iisx;; :\^ -5^^ h^? l^^ ^ 3jtt3o ijos'i .;o^A 

^dia ^ ^073 .^xtti? ^97 ll?oio .loiil .VVyy moiqI^^ 
k^ol ;aiiS ^o5 ;3i ^;[a: :9^ '^^^ ^^^ y>bArfc 

.^ y9i^9&^isjk9 yOij; btioox .^autd q^ i:x)2 AibftS 
o^ 3m2 ^2ox eoj aa 007 o^^e .>iaiV*flmA ^is!^ 

aih92 jK^I&aMiia .lorn SaJbisoio Jois aa .^o^ ^2 .^or 
^a'lp a]6seS ao6s ^^fj; ^ .007 ^^^ ^^ol ^92 o^ 

^ ' • • 

u^o .;*a;d^ e'o^ ^h^l i^^l^yJ. Uj^o .m^oiom mS 



669 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Foi.3o7a. :f^ -^^^ ^? I ^^930^ )^p ^iiao 9oSiQ9fis i^2 .isil 
^^mo^y**^ ^2o .^ ^i^ ;o?^i^ ;:5ta4? 9.??*i? -^ asaii 
^oii .^ou2 ^aiS ^p5 Ui'l ^^. Sy^^ 'V^^ ^k^i 

;^o*^i^o ;iL3 ;:so;ba^ ^^4^? .^A^ ;o:;Si ^S^^aao 

2*3^(9 }isoki3i2abb aaaiss ^^3^2 .^.O^^ao ;&3oro^3 TlLjJ^ 

t^iwO ;3uM '^oa^ ;abof» Okikt 5^00 .^is&oai!^ ?\^ti<n»j| 
.^^iM^ 2903'ixo ^is^" ^'^ ^^ ^9^ ^f^^ -'^^^? 
.\»Vh MMftislsio cL^isAua .opE3 Xmm^ ^xao .oo^&bo «:u6ao 
e^ aa .^k 090) ^a>iA^? ^,? ^'?^ -^^9^? A^V ^ 
090} ^43 a^o .^i^n cttM'i g^Sa O7^o.aur]&9 or^9^Ma^ 

;laMMi2 ;9;so .;&5^ Af;^ ;ib9iM ^^ .^^j.^ ^^A^ .^a^io 

^a 001 .^^2a ^2 ;^ ^o .^o^ Xs^ uos^a ^a2 ^1jq>92 

1^2 ;^a!i^ft9 x^2 .oro^i ^^i .^9isis2 %^ U49\ 

;»a ^iSib o^ti .;3;s ;3or o^dbix aao .^'iLfS^m ^o&A 
^i a^'2 :,9^ -^^op aa oUa^o .^ is^t -^^^i aa 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 668 

;3isiM ;aui3 .^od ^A i^ix ;^i z„^^ja .op '^ipL ;IaM 
.Uj^x ;o^i .Vv^ya 6610 .paL ;s«;ai^e epi ^Ix .^ojlilii 

ai^;;o joou&o^i ^aA oaaa4 ^i ^^x :;[11a -^3^2a 1}^S^ 
.4{ri^AfiL?9 )^ •^^^ ^ '^ ^l l^ ^? 007 .a6^j[ ^ 
Meo7p '3C3^b ;L&ai.^oA> iIJm ^S:ap^^o l^is6s )\^i 
uUaf Uiiop .;au(d ^iisx2 :a^ .5^39^9 5|it\*i ?iift>*OMift 
i2^^ ^ a^a .Jiak«A> ^a ^00? wAl^ .0^ ^^ia a^^a ?t>>'TiS 
;oo) ;ii< ;J^2 .ov^ i\a M070^2a ;aa^ ^ o^a }oo} 
.o^^xa 00;^ 3^20 ;3A 4^9 .y^o7oL2a ;»^o^ ^^^^ 
isAa .}m eoo! ^3302 :v^ljb .isii }iua ^^^ibo ;&or lai^ 
.Jaxd 000? ^aisl :ak^ .o;a<SJl\ ju2 i ea^b moi ^ jLLaa 
?Im\o*V3 ^adbsb ^4^2 ^ -^^^ ?3,?^ ^o^^ ^^^ ^? 

.;A^o ;^oxoa^ ;JSaisiao ^07^ ^ ^^? ^?^ ^^ :o^ 
;^a ^^93 ^ Ixkis ;L^a 9,oVkii? »^/a»ioai ^si ad»2 :o^ 




66^ SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^3^2 aa ^^ImI ;93 \^ oufu^I o^ait ;Xopi :\sij 

.^aoL ^a ^ .^^2 ^bfr^a ^070 .0^ ob^2o otl^o >^a^ 

.oi^ 1^ ;L^o5 ^ ;S bbsj^o .^ ^oj b^39 ^oro 
^o^ASi ^a>baiQ»s9 bJ^ yox^ t^^t^ -^^ ^^H? vf^^ 
.;3um3 o^ yOo^is«29 yOOp ^*MAXxap» ^<^2o -^^I^^ ^^>*^ 
:>kb .yO0f^isA29 ^AMAJSXbo ^0^2 ^o ^ ^'be33 ^of 

.b^;; ^9 007 .^ ;iAyi>bD ;!!^ :0o^b9 \lh^i .;3a «^iisa:2 

■?n<&S ;^2 «^:3i :o;^ijb .;i2 b ajcb h a ^oAa ^obo2p ^S^^ 

mOIAmi ^ ^ala^ >^b^b i^yy -bb02 ;aLO ^,9 eoi .JS.^ 
001 .;*w.9 ^bo^ oiJasa ;3a i^2isx2 :o^ijb .^lor ;iia!VL9 
UsL3 ^ ^ o*9aais^o .'^^ 1^ wA*Vv>S .bbb2 u^a 
ef£s«fM^ .^'9m2^ >auy^boe .lb ;90^ ^Sa .b^off ^oo^ao 
..Jsat^a ;i<^odo ^^oii^^s^po Jiso^^ .^^«2 ^bu«M9 
.^abis^ endJaJQ) 0^ \9^ \\^ '^9^ ^oaiip bJ^^ ^Vf^ 
jixfinM, £s«a ^9 ^o^Si 00? .t^oL ;t^ .;93 boba^ ^i^l 
.^o^ ;32 bbp2 :f^ilj .^ol ;IxAau ^*9^o .y^9& ^2 
.390^0 .ikoaajoaio .;^ou^b9 i^^ ^boL^ mO!0^2 U^? 
I ^^N ^of ^^ v^®^ V»^ '^^ "^^ .;^93Cob^o 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 666 

Op Morouk*&3 tlof mOTO^I ^sia m^ oei .^0ToWv>ia 
:^kd .^a>^3 orij2k^(03 ^07 ;^ ^lor ^ip Xii .;>n^N ?na[<ii«xi^ 
i1a3 .ja>\,»flfl>j|3 ;oo) 3>baL3 ^5 oor ^sa \y,'y ooo] ^^i 
^oo) pLcdo ioa\ JQ^ .yta\^nmp js.» j>h ;^i .000) ^a ^^il 
9A ^<jbf ^ ^^ .)!^isx^p ^3^ ^001 ;bLSao ;^e ^^ZNit 
o^ ^3>^2 .0^ £sooi ^laAo >vJ^ ^oo! 3ttA jsj^ .^inv^S lom ^a3a 
.^o^ 3Mj| ^3 eo7 .^i 5^ ^a^e .isin^ ^^? ^^? ?>^^ ^^ 
^XmJ|3 }3a& Ni^L ajy^ U)^ .Jp 4307 '^9,?^ ^ ^^ 9?^^? 
;^3^ 07^ 000} ^A^o >)^9? ^3^ ^^ ^9^? ,?\,Vhmjb 
fi^Sd^b .ojo^Atbo 3'i^ ^i oaubio .isiS^ do^o .ojoa^ba 
ou^jsjl \am ;iSo ..in>\iih<T>j| d^SaJ^ ^^^9 '^?**l ^f tt>^ 
.«A jllaae ;i2 3m^9 -^2 hfibiM l^m iVyy .cn4y>v«a*o^ ^i 
Jaof .^Si^ A^a vi ^ao -^au^Kab ^m bhoi :;^iij 

soAa ;o7Si JSo^o .\>t^o op^ a^ eoi 9w^ .^3^3 y ^at 
^9 oor 3oro& aJa .^bo^ o^ i^l ^a ^aioi^l .bl^ ^iibo 
^»>ft\,»Vy<ji .MOfjo4f2 07^1^ ^?9? oT&^o^ 07^0 -^ ^ 

m2 ;^0T3i ^ l^'ymi : A^^ .;^biCka2 ^aibe^s ;AJLaf a 
JKfUf^i ^a^M^ I 'Joonb ^o^S JSa2 ^o^ila^ ^^*«*? ««0iaL4MaFoi.3o6<] 
^s^ ^2 ;^af ,lM^ %M*iaS ^o^» ;^ ^a )Se .^bia 

flsx-^is;;© .>5aeK^=» ^9h*^ ^ ^i^H ^^ ^^? ^ 



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665 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;i^o .McnoaoAs Morouaacub ^^ ;i^ 0070 .07^0^ ^^f^^ 

lorn Xi2s ^osbtib ^is*33 A,Att >^tbcu ^5 bisa .o;l^ ^akX 

wAxb .^^^^ ^^ ^A M*? *^ ^'^ ^^ MOT^adco .3u.isiQ>& 

M07OAbad;23 £s*oo) t^JS ^p >^^o .o!»\\;y ;auca J^ 

4^09^5^ 1^0^ cnistia ^1 ^ .07!^ SmIo ^od ^A 
.iSfti >^S>bo*ifl A v^ooAs ;il^ ;oo7&o jcb\&3 ufi^b02 \a9 

^auca OCT) wO>^ 3^0 .^^ ^a^^a ^di^i is^i ^a Ao 

;*aax.3 JstfLSt aa .^i A bboaiae .07^ a^j^o ;4-^ >^iA 

.^is^2 au^ ;aiiflu*9 ^2a .^xoA ^a is*oo) ^xoi^ .^aio.d^ 

;&la9 ;l^o avS^gyo AVtoba Ao ^s!^ ^a^a ^f^io 

;x.S9a :a^oa ;iao\, a^j^a 5^2 isiki ^^2 ao^ ;&^ar .;ha^^^ 

;^atto^ia ;xa A^e^JS ;iE*ait ^^ ;^2 :«jQxb .5^^' ^9^ 

;iii^ \*^l ^2 as4^;s2 aao .ja»\,*ihft2^ ;Ia>.3i<&AJ^2a 

>^eaa ^^j^a ^layii ^ftQ^A ih^ ^^A^ S^2 .Qfu4 

wdAaoa A^2 .a'aJ^^M A ^£s£3 xl .^m .ooA a^2 .;aar 

.adpl 99 uQ»*^ojQ> }aA JQ}«32 ^m2 ^ x^ lyjoslj .^^^ 

4^ ^3 007 .;awM .^Aap isii il^2 .«A b^2o .^2 ^Om ao^ 

3053. af^ksS .Jauui o^aE^ ^ooj ^L^'a | JoA ^,?^ ^if^'? ocr .a^j^o 

.;au^aa %loi 07*^,2 ;aor .^autd a^'2 : \A3iJ .a>bo^ ^^^ 

^0^072 ;S ;i3a2ao .ao^a 67*30^ ^6s A^o ^a^ \>i 

J070 ^omS 07^ ^i'tI^^? ^^ .^isaua ^3^A9 ^of -vf^^ 
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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 664 

o/oSjsoio oioa^ .\k>A>« Zia'^ ^SLa ^ao^ *^\^ U^p 

.^xiajsa o;&oo^ .ofuua oo^ls .^aj^ 07S 3^1 .2»or .^iS^ao 

ojaa ^^01 00^^ '^^ ^o ^9d^^^ ^ IxJ^ MO^oisa? - 
A^^aau^ sd^JSAO 4^i^ ^^^ruo ^loor ^da .^o^a 

.bfiL^i^apo ;x^ liSLso u^6s%ai ya *auJS^b ?ytV\«p o^^a^ 

.a^2o jMoaub ^sA ^2 o^^s ^e^ :i^A>jb .yo'isil ^la^'lp 
^ia .;au9 o^ yapi .;»>aaya>^^ ^M* ^^2 ;if U*^? 
A*o>N o^s^ jOQ^kfldo ^aa i^fAAp Lap .A*a ^«aLa:oM 
.;a^ ^a o^\n^» P^^ jS^ l^'p ;» 5^20 .^^^a 
;^2 ;o7a .ja>io\;ii ;al a^'i :\tti1 4^i? i^p ^,?o 

9a s^oieSsi ^oaoafiLi .^oo^j^oai yOo^A< ;i^isxj» ;l^o 
.yoo;^ ;^a ;;^a Jop .;:V^JSx^o lyJO^ 5^is«2 is^ia .^aioi 
jp o i ioy , t i ^32 jso^ J^f2 4a*^a o9r ^oaoi ^2 1 : ayo^Jd fol aosa. 
5^ Jb^btio .;Vba>< J^ is^2 5^ SMiisIa ;i2 ;^ o^ aM2o 
^2 o^ a^'i .vA*a ^ a^isi .?tui*i ^ ^^^^ 5^? 
:QAd .;l2 au«^ ^.» xisi y^iiA^ ^2a \y,y .jB»>in\,i2 
loo] ail aa a^iisiOM ^ia ^or ^ ^9^ ^\ ^^^ 9^ 




663 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^SA 001 ack oo} aoiis hiapi :%^i^ -l*^^ ^^\ ^^ \^\ 
■ffc\^*V'i5 ^^Q^^ >SVyy ^isa^I .w.*e99 ;^qS^ ^ kA .29 

: jQ»±t .. oruQ^^»o o^ixb 3ui^ 94>^ -'^9^? ^^99^f^ ^^ ^ 

^ ^ }3t^ l^ai .ika o^ 3^9*2 .yOo^S^ A ^2a ^,^ ;i^ 

..Vyy ^-^ i^tnyb ^ks ^^3 ^3 ^ .^^o&Iaoo^o ^^03 

>£9a^f ^^oAkS MOIO^isa wmSAAO .OUydlOAS 2sm3L* 
.OO^Jb^ 3miOl!0 .ooAu>3 ^e^o ^^&3 ^c^o -^^9^? 

k^2 U^ai .^fOStho ^^ yoop ?toaa ^3^2 .pip ^is^fo^ 

99 ;^oiuQ>^bo ^O^o .^Ax £so^ ^^^^ ^e!^? 9.9'^i^ 

;9A A23: ;^2 :;jQ)yb .^LCbisxbo ^<u2 ao^^^? A^2 ;oru 

3ia "^t^ -^^ c*?^ 3^9^ .;^i3 oaI oLi .yHi ysk J»o^ 

Foi.304^. ep)9 007 .^a^ojoA I 9A^>^ a^a^yjbS k^^^? o^ .oior 

;jiS0 .;^i3 «m1 .3mi!|^ ^^^ ■or,a>.'as\ ;^,&p ;So 079^ ^ 
;3S*i e2 .5^Li3 '^aJQi ^070 -^9^^? 97f4^,P AV^ is^2 ;^ 
aa .^LjSy V^ ^^ ^^ Jdooa: -^9^A a^^baS is&i ;^ 
1^231 ;^2 :i30ti .^li.' ^ ^^ ^^ ^^4^ ^^ ^.?^9^ ^^ 
o^S ;*33:9 -tf^^Sy^ ojli paSil Uiao .9bo2o ^oa^ ^iS 
o^a^QoA A ^is*^a ?.ia9>\< ill ^3^ ;Ao .^oo;!S 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 662 

^6a{^ xioi .^lOosxo ^^^ ol .^'l o2 ^^K^^ k^'l ti^ .al^ 

: oiM .?As U^ajo .^x^i^ 0^930 .loJOlp ^1 }a^ jS .051 
lisyao iSsisil o^ ^001 X.2o .?Y!>\v< ^ "^^^il 9^ <3a2 

\T» » » "■ ^1 \ • ,« »• » • '^ f t ' • mm t I » » 

or^JSAlbo .?»i%ft>*nS oiJSii^b .^NiM 01^^ "^^^^ .>vt\viS 

.^f^JSM ;lS oar Afl 906s JS^aor o^ 3^2 >^o7 ^ ^,? 
0|3AO^ Af2 ^3 001 .0^ k^l i^yvrt )^3 -^v*9 ^^?^ ^f^ 

MOroM3yd yQi2 TttOip ?'t.\f>i'lS o^ ^390 tt^?? ^07*iSt2 
0}^o!»3 ;&^aro^ or^o^ wmj^j: Zoo^? ^J? oaoi .. Sk^Aaa 
0^33 ^2 2007 ^^Soa'^o I .jn\:k ^ jsoboabo .;^ \>3 foI. 3040. 
o)isos03 Ixhaioi^ ^'yha ^90^ ;i^ St^oj ^l .^yso JKo^ 
^;e msl'ya Sa ^ ^^>^^ ^^ ^ -V?^ ^^^ MOioiAdNb 
.;c^2 :s3ub a]i!0;jSiaA^ ;^ ;i^ .jdsa ^ ^ ^9^^ ^ 
.jcisajs;^ ;jSeKibB >!i3 ^^^Lb uB>»f>ily> ;3A aois 3m2 iwotj 

;^oN^ ^ isA y^3 ^3 oior .;is*i3^ ^^9^f^ ^\*J? 

^SOSbb woif ^3ar ^23 ^^SOJSaMO .wm0333 mOT ^^Oft^di^S ^ 

•* ' " .'* X-'" «<«/ »»<• »»<» X' 

;9or^3 Jot 4^2 .isfti ^aJS >!^3>boo .jaaa ^ ^ ^9^^? ^ 




66 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^X» i\a ooo) ^Sa.tlao ^oa X^?'? ^^'^ .^.^bo fso^b 

zpsti .A^ «Sfi^ ^^P^ ^^daa xV^^^ ^^^\ ^^ 5^^ 

mo;o^a2 ^yaSi^ .^jjMtol^ ^m ^ y^ Sii com ^y^i 

.000) ^.*j>3.fli.» ^3 v^^ .MOidsbtD^ ^^,?^-^ 07J.M.^ad 
^X^o ..^^^aibaa ;!il^ ^007 ^a Jl^ eoio .0^ oooif ^>^o 
;i^ .op 0007 ^3^2 ^3 t^c^ -MCfidasioa ^^^4^9 'r^^^,? ^?^ 

^2 <t3oi0 .^07!^ ^007 3^2 ^3 00/ .^Aiw atto^ ;lS .« osi 

yiop .^<xa^aa>^ ^2 \^iboo .JaLias ^^2 ^A?i.n,„S3 
.OAiS 21^3^^ >L^ t2o .. a^ yMQ^2a .2a^ a^a t^oisAiuca 
^Aatiao ^o .0007 ^a**^^ ^a ^oao/ .^is^a^ ^2 o^aiJ 
Foi.303^. 9^1 ^ao; .. oSiUjJsa .ois^i | ^3^ )^2 .^op a^'2 .0007 
ao^a s^a^oJOaxo .oT&ap oX^ao .too^ ^2 a^fn^isx^o }l2 
lisl^^n ^^^^Liao lyJtL^ .07^ 0007 ^o^o ^a^a ^^a^ 
■y^lt^ifta ^Aa2 ^ia .^07*4^ ?isoiiL»^ a>.aA A a 5^2 
^yrio^nt y\ loo] ^Jti .^Si^AJb lapxsao ^007 ;ag7^yo 
loo] ;oo7a ;oo7 J^«2 ;aa^ a o sil zofiO .33^ fiso^ ^V^ 
bd^A aa .^aXX &h9Mie w«^a2 ;^ouaai>a a^aa 007 .;IauM* 
^o;a o7a!a9 ^a Mois£s2 .?^\ye ^o ^*4 ^^>?*<ca^ ^9^ 
oT&ak^ ^a M^^ .007 i^2 ?*o\v< ^ bfiUa^2e .^if aisa 
;^ .^lai .oTaa ^070^23 aiiaiS aaqj^o .?tni\v< ^ ?4H? 
^A^or ^^9^ 3^3 ^od<kO :^ tt^,?^? ^^ ^^bj>^ ^2 
loo) ^fM .^aoi*? 0^? ^^ ^^^^ ^,? 99 >M^oA ^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 66o 

^6i .mOIo^ looi ^fnfai Zi'9*&9d UduOJ^p oa^l ^oJK 
^fs ;4fl -^ -^9^ t'f?'^ ^oJKM ooo) ^fu3 9,7i^li ^^ 
\i< <^Ab ;!» ^a^3 mO^ImO .^od ^i ^o^ >d.^fti2 ^i 

;Si>iai>'io ^Ixb ^'iaeaa ouduiNj^ '^^^1 ^ ^^ }^^? 

A;; .;>i^i 4^ ;o(7pa^ ^ ;ii ^> .^o^ ;3i cni 

k^2e .^ '^^^? 4 ^^ ^^ ^ >i1<^*2 .0^ 3^iio 4^ 

\>*Vub 3m^ oof -^or ^ia ifJO ytSioisxso \ ^ko^l^ ^ai ¥01.3030. 
^^^aa^p mloo] 3^'i 3m ^m :«^jb .^or ^fbc) 07S Jbos lH 
^3Mb yoiorao .?MAtb ?Ahftt*ff MOie4f>2 ;jt&a>^ ;^o\^o 

39 ?M»t» ^OP ^001 >yAy*« ^073 07^QJ^3 ,yOO]*XiC^ 

i^ie 4^ooufi 5^1 ^*bau3k^o ^ou 5^2 ^t^o^^^ vP^^*?''''^ '^ 
.;3a\l eocrr Zs.a!r.*!>S X^2 ,>o.a>»4l\<3>3 4\, .ois«oo7 ^ 

is^3 ;:^aAii^3 ;^oiS0e2 .d^^f2 ^sor ^070 .^^aua o^^*2 
^oNo .y007JSa^3Mi3 ? *n Am 3m23 .BMiboi ^o^Jk^b ^IS^ 

.ii«lV<o\.\ Js2iA3 }6s0t\,du3O7 Oit^istl .^^'\» ^3 v*3 

OOO] ^<&>bb yoio^ Xom 9>A b^j( ?><>\t «3e6s g?^S>y,y3 

^O^ ^Om M^ip jl^Mii }iD^b3 ^l 1^33 .3M2 3a 6^ 



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659 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



l^ yoai^ loo] ^*2 ^i ^ ^^? .jQ»*^Q^^ ^i lorn 

OOO) ^^^ \^^'^ ^?^? .kOuAQ^i ^i ^O^ ^^^^ 

3002 Ait^ ^? ^^^^ -^f^M^^ ^?^ JoJisit, .;i3uM2 ^3 007 

i^ixbo Ao .;bi ^a^ .;9^ is&i ^il l^i .os^ov^i ;3i 07S 

.^ ;i2 ;)U3 vA bfiiioa .}3LiCd!^ o;^ 3bo2o 4^o ./S,3^ is&i 

.;2^ ^Qm iVv^y -^c6 ^2^ jQ>A;xdQiQ> ;^i t^;^ :fb&b 

Fol. 302<». ^29 eo7&)^ >^'^ ^^? I ^^97>^? ^^ V^? -^I>^ c^T^ ^^ 

;!S9 op^jL .?j3iaM h^2 ;&aor .^A£lUl^^o ^fs 073^013 
;ai ZMi^Afcj •tt'?^^o ^ta i^ isbo x.;l3^ jc&i ^;^ qoiam 
^07 4tL'i<D9 ;£3 ^qm >^Vy -^9^ ^j^ "^ji? k^ol 

;IaM OJOA ^2 ^3 ;&fSk2 .;3i(a 07S 3m2 .^301 A^oboa 

^3 ^Q&or .^sia ;^Om ^2 ;3Aor .^fisli» ^>\,eA3 oT^iSbo 
^fxl^ ;^a&3iiuM sJb .>^3is3 ^03: ^3^X3 ;^o&3a^ 
.,JsA^ 9^^^^? ^1^ ^ -^2 ;i32 3^'2 :\bajb .^>,n!!k^is3pe 
3^2 .^som sisoiA ^o .;^oau^ ^^3 ;>«0ib03 ^a23 3^2 

;i^ ^9^9 -^^^1 ^ <^^ ^9^ ^P^ = ^ -^^9^9 ^j.23 

.^» ;^3mm2 .or^o^ op(^ ;^3A3 ;oo; ^k^^3o x^o .orsdu 

;^3mi2o .^iaulbb ^JS)^>^^ ;isMOda^ 07!^ ^ooi ;iL3a£S9p . ;[ 
oooo« 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS ANOANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 658 

lyJtLlo .lap ll^i^ ^AmO .^aS oo) ^3^3 avi ^ -OJ^? 

)Sp IPf aao >]iifli^^$ ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^1 MOTA^i ^io 

OOF ^i^ 3m2o .ka^ o^ ^^^9 ^fi^iKis2 I .apoSi >SN.*n^ FoI. 302a. 

.j»>' oN>S.*n^S ;3^ ;lS ;or3 -2|uc9 ^o^ ^^^jlo -^^v^ 
^^S^^ .;3i .0^ 3i^j| ^od ^ai iso^ oof ^i ^» ^\i< 3A 

.oiS^ia l^ai ^ia ;isMofuc6s 07S Mp .^sS ^or }3di^ ^^2 
A^eo! ^Ji^ .^at^^ ;iui \^ ^«ba^ il^ oSl .^ii Wv>*n> 

« I ' It i ' < • ■ I < » » It ' I " ' " « 

^likiii ^ eH ^3Aa .o:iS ^bo2o a)6soS 661 ^2 \1a07 ^O^ 
90^;^ ;i^2 .^010^2 .^4^ ^ mI yoa^ .^S.*ni3 ^n^j^a 
aa ^a 001 -J^6^ 5^ ?J^^ 1^1^? ^ ^ ^ ^^^? 
^aStl l»» .^al .0^ adsf^e ;aucd ^o^ ;^2e .v*oisiSj^ or^^ 
.07S 3>^|[o l^^ 39 ;3A o^ 3w^o 'l^^p l^i^ ^2 >rt>it^a 

^aaxs .}oo] 3^*2 .^is*o ^yi*^ ^^aea 9^^ ^a 007 .^ a^ 
.;o7^A ;ao^ 9A .o!a^2^ 5^^9 4aasa ^ao2 qu^*2 ^ao/a 
;3i Sie;; : q>ati -l^opoS ^oks^ ;&07 5^ia ;au^a ^u^aa 



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65 7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

ill JtXM xH ;ax»3 5^io .^t^ ^^4Qx^ ^al^ l^^^ 

^ ^xil 0907 ^^S.^ l^^ti .Aa^ ^^V^ ^^ mI^O 

Foi.3oi^..oo;^ ^001 a^'i .;.bibL^^4 uO^AoS^s^ib ^ifll 0007 ^^23 

V." 'V ' • . ' ' ' f • tmi ■ l» 

;au«aibo ;i2o .<*OMi «i^ isii ^^2 ;au«S .«lA^ pu*323 fis£2 ^a^ 

' II • ' " y I I » » ' II I %, > ' II ' f ' 1' S 

is^i bboJauE ^2 .^ uboiuc23 is^i ^a ^e -i^SSi ^2 

.;o7S2 ^o^ 6^.2 ;*S3^ ;taV? -^ i^^ ^^ ^i^o -%=^M>^ 

:3daub ,?^bo\ ^^ ^^ y^o -'^s^ o>.^«2 ^ ^^2 .uq>m 

^ai ^ap lom i^oiwa ^^030 ^JSoa^i ^ ^ ;^2 ^fS uix 

^. / •',^•111 •» ^ I, t I \ I \'> 
^07 oo! ^ooi M07o6^f2 a^^ «ad2 .^oo) «^f2 o^jkp oar ^a^ia 

o^ w^iss2o .07JSo^ 0007 ^I ^^^^ -^9^ ^9^ ^^'? 

;*3WMA Ol^aisibO ^iy v^^ 9AO .^O^ ^2 \^ OO/ 1^1 

ihslo 661 1^2 ^o^ ^d 5^4?^ .o7*fMboS ^abV^5:s2 .007 

^2 3^ ^^>Jci .ooj lZ,l 6so^ jaaf\^\jS ;^2o .007 ^Jsia 

3^*2 .6s*^'^c^ ^y»* .007 ^2 ^^M 990 .3bbL ^a^J 07S ^001 

}a2 fr^oS ^f2a ^«a*a£i9o 23eu« 3:&:bw .^Lmma 007 .S<Aor op 

6ai ^3u*M t^ oor ^2 \^6sSlo .ai^eS oT^aiao -^ol^ 
0000 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 656 



^ft3>3S^l ol^ 'l*f'^ l9^ '^.l^ ^^.? I ^\ OliSoS a^^ Fol. 30K 

.oT^ba^o wOiodSQMJS 3^9 ^orb ^oo! ^A^o l^pJb o^ 
^3 aisa ^ .ou^ ^^^\9 ^?^^ ^^ ^^o ^,? ''.T^ 

iL.^ -^^^ ^ ^^ 390 »f?oi ;^ M^ aa .23 .;sii oof 
.07^0!^ Moroaaod o^f ^2 .0)300 ^007 ^070^2 ^oroSb^s 
^ol oiaob ^ i^iK^ X007 o^is*2o .^Ibpx ^ l^CA ;Sm&o 
;j^2 :;^ab .0^,3^2 000; ^fu.3 vV*^^ -ou\a ^*^ ;?»'>^o 
907x6399 .^aMas ^SkS.^ 3wM ;^i ^Q* ;3i3 07istS>tt^ ^$a 
.o^x ;l^o ^frJa^iao \y,y 0007 ^AVy^^we >«i^f^3 ^907 
0907 ^AN>y*t> 39 99^ ^^k^ .wOvlooSAb 99JS Jl$a 990 
o6ai\,o .07JsAd^ opk^o7io .?«\\i J^ ^Jc'^^eo7^ ^a^ 
.^oaoi ^2 ^907 3ap2 :atojb -«^92o v^ovas ^xore ^a^2 
MO^rfA^ibfXXO .^^^2 ^2 ^o^ .yteiiba^,^ ^2o ^2 ^fs ^fii? 
.^a^^bA^ dwbaS ^ofii^ ^a^ is ,lxaj ;baXis^ ^aoja 
.^ y.«is^ ^siu a^o .lisL}^ ^j ;u!k,£s^ 07^ ^907 Ixko 
^a >y?^^ ^^? ?9^ ..bisii 2a^2 ^a ^ loo] i^^iJf^o 
Q^ ^^^o ^au^a ^ }^9^ ^? o7^»Oi^ ^^34 -^ jstArt 
^a Mo;ij.^2a:e .^JsJJ^ l^*a ?A\ii ^907 ^S^a ^oyAi>>fvt2e 
^Isaoa ^a .a^j^o 4^ ^a 007 .^io^d^ ^ aat)jla ^absi 



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655 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
\ 

.^oAa loo] itp^p ;;s2aJ^ ^^oioi <^^^ -^A^ ^^ ^^^ 

jaiix 39 .;soS&3 ^3 yXfX .07^0^ 0007 ^^is .oaoT^ 

.^oibo ;:0ol3 ^3 oio; .^i'a^ ;\iaa^a ^ ;oo) <si!^^9 
.^auo^io ;^3mi qSo 4oo) uaioiM.2 ^^fX^ ^3 wOTO^OmS 
.uoio^xom »^ 073 ^b jQ3oao!SJdb ^o* ^i ^o^ ^fi^o 
MOTii^o ,g)isA.t3iS ;42o 5u!^oi .^^^ ^a ffpoSi S^ 3ae 
hn'^io .^uaa 07^0^ ^ae^ ;^2o .^km o^ abojLa ^ oqS 
aao .6;|\ ^ojs J^f^ aae -<^i'^>^ 6^ 39 07S ;3Xd 07^ 
abo^jsbop ^ oor JI007 ^iS^ -xjp^ ^*3J3f ^9^ ?^ ^?^ 
.0^ a^f^o ^fl\3 .^eJK o!^o^ «i^92 ^^ai bkao .0^ 
A? A>< .^^a^ >^«^2 ;l!^o AsA^ ^oNp ;3i ksx'l ^.bl 
<Sf2e .^3^ ^?^ ^l -^oa ^si o;^ 3^*2 .^mX2o 5^2^2 
^2'iXjQ> ;V3tf ;is*2 .aois 07S 3^2o .07S aJb^b ^ui 3^o 
^2 ^oN a^ 3ibo2 .o^i^ 3^23 «u2 bd^&io .07.k» 3d:;.Aio 

;!lki^2 .;3A o^ ^'2 .;lS .07^ S^2o 4^ -^^t^ ^^ ^7?^ 

^baiibo .oriso^ ja>i\,irtm2 o^Sa ^^^^3 00712 ^ou ^,3^ 
.is&i ;|3^3 t^S^i^or J^jst^l .^>x»b or^oau^s ^orobo ^ o^S 
^aubi ^o;*3JS.b ;^oA36uj6>bo Suso .is£i Jj^^^ sa ;is 

^oo] mO)0>m.2 3^ ^Q] .oor ^2 ^ Ji^O^^ 0U>!^ 3 
;33bd ^oorb yOioT^ ^mL 39 ^o;(3il3^ . obAs&o ^opda 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 654 

luiSc5 S\io -23l3a9 l»^e^ yoouis^l^ yoiai -la^lp 

^ isMiis^ ..^^ 32^3 661 .0^ 3db2o ;3i(d ;s^ .op i»^i^ 30^2 
.;&iijs^ ^ ^^^,? ^^ "^^^A? t*^^ "^^^^^^ 0^0 

^2 :f^ -^^i ^2 ^23 o\aKiQ9J^o oi^^j^3 xV^ "^u^^ 
;^;ao .;lo*iQM3 Mis*23 05^23 .3ooj^o ^aiita ^ p^ S^ 

moioAV^j^s .motoX^ ^l >S*^^,3 j[»2 wS isAo .^o*A>& vA^ 

0073 .^o;Si3 ^2 ^Qfao .;aucd 07S ^'2 -^^^jl ^ o^ 
;s3ds 3*3^3 eo^2 .Aa^3oo 5^ ?f?^9 ■gr^9'H*Vv a,?^^ 

' ** ' •' " ' 1' ' 1' " l' » » » (1 ll »• 

}^2o Morosaesa loo] disibob jd2 ;ooi ft^23 .^of 5^23 
.u070*3iAio o^ A^? mOToA^ ^001 A^^3 jd2 07A 

;A3 ;3cao2 3a o7^;Iaio ;is^9^j3 ^0^39 20^23 ^^9:3*^ 
;3^isA>bo 3^ ^ .M^o^ ;^3of 5^ ^6s ;^;^ -^9?^ l^ 

;Ja^2o .0^3 wJQ>2^2 ;xm3oo .:k^^3 .^sla ^ar ^ ;3wm 
y^ }aucd ^2 >^,>*3 9m» ^2 ^007 3^'2 :wAub ..^I^^jto o^ 
p,3b^ OiQiid mOIoA^ ;oo) >i^a.tt3p ;^o -^ao^ loo] 3^3 
?,tl.rj>o ;oo) ^ilo .0^ ^oo) :k^2 ;'3o^9 ;I^ A'j^ xsii ^ 
I 2oo) ;^03 ;iopo .oA 2ooi Nk23 23Qj^f ^3ou .007130 



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653 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



.yaafibil Uii 3^'2 -oSm .1^ ^oxo ;.kl^ ^l -^1?'^? 
la^l 6s^^ J^2 ^lAor .^iaoSM ^oka adp^ AJ^3 U^s^i 

^ai ^^ ^9j^ :3i^ .bto^^ '^'T^o .07*30X3 ^tio 
^ ^jibauopo ^90) u0ie^23 oor .^ou ^ai ;so^ 3o?^^ 
aap 3^^ ^JsaisiM .^ii^ 0007 ^^bobs 990 'Opol^i ^Aaa 
.^v^od ^007 ^070^^2 ?.i.fVi3 ^^o5 .^S^iftipla ^>m2 
.^ooi ^«Maui6^ ^^^? 5^^o JSA^iiauMS ^,?^'^? ^,? ^1^9^ 

^ Xom ."^t^mX 5^2 ;00if w*Or0^23 ^,3l23 ;j.^odO .4^1^23 

;L2 ^23 .3^20 ;ajt&^ ^^x ;^2 :a^ .;ji.^ \ax3 ;33a: 
o^ 3^2 .?*,bu23 ;ii^o5 ouio -JLx^s ;iy2.^o5 ^070^2 
.;adi3 eo) ;&^od ;&o7 Aa^l ^^\^ ^0073 p3bo^ a .;3uc» 

^07 .0^ ^^? O^ .3iA J(l2 O^bpOOa '^^^^ ^,? ^ 007 

^OMiis ^i»^!^2 ;32 .;^2 00; 07!^ 3±i'2 .^3l'23 007 ;s^o^ 

JU2 ^2 .;3iCd 07S 3^*2 .^l ^XjQ>bO A? ^Or ;A3V<OiQ>3 

'i^m ,5|t,^ii isiki 3b92o .;»2 07^3^3 ^is^Vyy is&i ^^^bbi'^or .3bp;& 
^iM9Jb ^ayft>to\.a!2 .^070*3^;^ ^f2o J^caxl .J^ ^^2 ;,3^ 
.is^i 334"^^ ^^>2 .^^ ^ ^f ;^ao .;i2 ^^2 ^,3*070 
Foi.3ooa.<ydd(^ ;^3 I ;^2 5^ 3bp2 ^9 ;i0a .;&3m2 ;3U3a ^OJS ei 
<Sf2o ^331^ tatioas2 5^:^ k^l 3^'2o .v«i*334mO uho^M 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 65 2 

^ai^ ^ ;s^ ^^yx slip ^i^ai oa^^ .^*fb ^^Koaisibsa 

.;3bfiL23 ;I^b U;!o ;oo7 .^ov^2 ^sf ^ ^o^,? ^^1 

;^i :9>awb .^a^ paSt ^^ >ntV^*09 .07x03 ?«!aoMS « c^? 

asM^^a ;i2 "^^^^c^ )^ U^^P -^9^ ^^ 9?^ ^^ 

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■ftWin'aiS w*aido ^j^a^baio ^'Soa ^ti'/iib .Jabod ^i ^^il 

3kbp2 :90^ . ^'i\,M ^^^ibo '^s^mS ;i^o ^x^oa ;S ^m Sbpl 

.?to\\< uA?? ^ "^^^ ^^^f^ ^?^? ^^>^^? ^^^? ^?^ 

^90^ '^V*^ /a3ykV>'7b op bbsf ?»ifty>i ^ai**«A ^or 
?jto^ V*2 «^2x :w.oub .^fsoe ;:so*3i.b3 ;^9^nb yO&o^ 
;por^3 JoT^ ^aui *^9 .^rucD o^ 3bo2 .3fii^2 ^Oi^ 3^*2 aa 

AV^ ;m 001 ^o;s o^ 3^0*2 :\3^ .p,>bft\>i 5^:^ ;^ 

3Ap'2 .^aacL wi^ ^aai ;l2^ .^2 oor o^ 3^^'! .^^Jliaoos ^o^o 
■wiyntfse 5^r^iio .^^o23 ^soola ^a^bb -^^a o^ 
.5^n^S ^23 .;ajD 3^2 :i\jb -^^^^ Ofio | «^or ^oroubyb 

.Ji3A ^OJS M92 \i^n .^i^ "^^^ t^^ ^^?^0 3^3FoI.299^. 

ijsa j^a,tt»b UboL^ ;^3 .^oL ;^o ^^i^3 oo^j| ^M*? 
^jap ;S .^,3 o^ m07 .^3309 ?*nty ^2l5^oSb .joob^b 



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651 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

990 .0^^ :ai^^e o^ Shx ocil ^3 .0^ bfiLS^isisjk 

.;|u(a o;^ 3^'2 .;i2 mmS^ ;A33o!w\iSf23 ;a^2 iSaa .uX^4^ 
yOa^S;S4 Ttyjibob -^oT^i too^ JS^2 ^x>««2 ^^uioa ^^iSui ^^2 
^bA>i paSi .'^s^a ^^'^9^3 y««aissia \*ao7 oop^l .iLi, ^op 
;32 ;oo} oiaph .^o^ ^ai a^'2 : ^ .^070^3 ^2 ;o^2 
2l>i SuMii 9a .mOToL^s Jlsf oi^ aoStb ^>3 ^^29 ..ob92 

^'^o .ititp,^ ^^ ^^o .bQte^ba!^ b*ls ^3^9 ;49m2 
z^aJti .;^odtbb^ m070>m2 ^9i? .^5 lom '^1 4^^ ^ 

lom 9^i^9 .o6bo4 ^i ^^V^ -^9^ ^^ 9.?7 '?9^ ^'^ 
^iswii .^o^iS loo] \^9 07^ ^1079 .>o.ift\,i2 ^1 o^^S>^ap 

.^o^ ^32 9>»2 :t£OJb .073 9bbbi^9 ^07^29 ^o^ ^^%? 

;<^2 :4o^ .;^9isibo ^otSa ;iLi9ik^ ;^\bb ;q^2 ^^9 

^xiLo .en'yiioya bisJibob ;L.2 :a4>< ^^s^ 'P'si^lo ^oSmJ[9 

b^2o ;M 4^ .u&bp ^2^9 ^^9 5^2 m0!0j\0X29 vA 
Fol.299a. }iKa*ti9 k^2 jlSj^ .OJO ^*2 ^^9 o2 ^0799 ^A^ 9aA3 

.^0)1^ ^07 ^ op|^ ^,?^ '^^? t^or ooii;^ .r^^? 1^2 
tla^ >'n>Si^'ift9 .979^9 ;9J3i<.;^ Ji^e ^o^? ^^ ^oqjk 
9^bo2 .^or ^dSN^ ;i9mi2 .eor ^^^i 07^ Sbpl .^3^ 991^ 
.;sjIi9 ^^o .^baSiL M070frw.2 ;isA3 -^ao; ^^'^^ .07S 



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SAYINCS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 65O 

UaoiM yast -^oia >m3 <leo70 .^or ^ ^^ ?S>Siy 007 ^2 
;Lx>3 ;auM w» oa^^aoi iH lpo(^ ^b^o .^ioXLa ojJInI^Ls 

^yssto ^*^.? iXy^y .^ ^2 ^07 .^o>^ ^ooj ti.mNp 
2:«i0ait ;jb3f ^3 ;L3 9f\ ^^^^fi^ .^^o^ak ^9.^? <^^? 

;aLitp^ 1^23; ;^i :Mj .«\|pa ^ ;L39 ;*>» ^i^^ ^'^ 

;9072e .;2'i!^te^ ?^^2o ^ie ?»\vS .^fj^p .;3S ^2o 

isAo .;^ ;A?'tfi\S is^obpo issS^si ^^o^o .^JwJtll^b «\a 

J^o&aibi^ 'Oa^aa ^aj y2o .Af ^ia^^ktOAa ajsL^ *^*^^ 

;ooi ^*2e >^3,3m;<I :blSk ;S^.hm?3a ^or ^2 ^^ 0001 

.;3o\jbb ^ou ^^2 .0^ \^ au2 ;.So .;!i!!bb3 Ijaoja 
'^p is&i jiao^fb isii ^Is^i .ot^ o'^2.o yoai^ oofapiso 
ofiie ^ucBfisa isMSdoi '6^a2 .ajiio ^fihyp ^3^2 ;i^ ^ ^ 
ixi ^y^ ^2 ^ida ^ ^2f >^ou ^2 yOO^ 3^j|o 4^^o 
^of ^2o -^aX,-! A ^90^3 5^ -^^^o ^*^p ^?f^ >ti\r^3 
iS'a .^juLSo^ JS l^ajAp ^^OKj^e ^^M^? -<Sa^ ^,?^ 



649 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^^i'^»^o .;^o^[iL3o ;^o!!^^o .^iSoouao .^m^'o^jso 

;ilo(*a k^k^ ^is3U3 is^i ^a^ ^o is£i ^bo ad^ .fiNfti f\,3 

;JSoaM>ba£i .^^ujbfb ^oX^ia -^^Jl^ ^'a^ooo &'3!^3 
.^JSoouJSa ^o^ .^J!s*L^p3 ^^ox9U >^a^^ <^e3 -^'^oaa 
.^x^a ;iNo«A3a ^JSoxoaAs ^'><bb ^oi^IiS .;i>a>aa 

^*bo 939 ^9 5^2 ^>3ti isii auMii 99 .^Va>3 -^^^9 
;3o\J3 .bA^ou «^a^ .^fisoiA t^ vnua^tt ^oonb ^sai .is£i 

>^^\^3 ;^obaa: ^ooI^l ;lS ^9m .^9 is cy»''j>.^>A:io ^'ivboao 

Foi. 298a. )^2a; X^l :oiiJ .^'ia^^ Ci*«S>f\b ^^2o .;^oisx^3 | ^aleo^ 
^Md^bob ^^^i!^ ^^^^$ ^Jl ^ -^^ -^ ^ii^ ^^ 

^ ^2 99 .^|u(a 07S 9bo2 .^UMa*y) ^ ?*iiia^;LSo ^^4^ 
«^ J^k^? .« 9>^9 uo^kbo^ ^o .%mciseA ^ ^j^ii!!^ 

;929 .;jk4^ ;907 ;>«op^jia^ ^ ;L!!i2 .^^oLbo^b o^S^ox 

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SAYINCS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 648 

^^oM ^ii>^ ^07^? ^^QX .^aa mS aoL ^ ••^pj^ 
^>!03 oismiI ^\Vii aA aa ..ea^ iS ju2 ouuaii^a 

e9u2a .;aLO o^S '^i .;&07 ^^^4 ^^To^^ ^ .?aoS ;«^i 
M^ ;^Q\ajQ> .ojauaiia ^^ ;^ .^o^l^^ t^H? ^^? 
Jof ,o?jpua>da JS^M ?9^e .o^a U>^ Ju2 uboaua ki\ 
jcii ^>^a .6^^«2 ;ao7 o^ail ^ opE^ ju2 JKf^asa aA, 
S^^ ;i^o .juaa i^a '^abp ^ wfiUMa ^90^0 .^oiec;^ 
aaa^^i ;l^o .jaIS xaa ^i^ ;i^o .jls ^o «3^ ^ 
;isx<a 9dL^'a :uA \QaUK ;^e .5^a,*a>.ttS ;isx«a ^^^ 
■5 ^n ^ a jaS ;da*3 aoLa ;Li^ 5^S )=°'^ ^^ -i^aMaS 

^a u.or d^Xi2 a^ Jaor .^^n^aA ^^a U*^ ^H'c 
«\a :ai.« ;^odaa\^ ad^^ i^o .^ouai^^ ;^a tO&ea^ 
aaLa ;Lii ;io^ iS .^sAs ;^oda?isa ai^%. ;^o .aias 
;l^o .or^oa^a^ V?^??^ ^^ -op4>^ ^ ;fK C i r i 'iA>i 
aA oicrr .opuait ^ .^2 XM.ia ;^i ToL U^l ^OmXis 
^&^a ^abo^Aa .^070^^2 J^m w.o^a b«a ^aa^os .;baSjK 

.^vap .U2 ;^ ;!;; .^A ;^a tl^ ;aop >Aa .a^;^ i^i 



647 Sayings and questions and answers of the fathers . 
*?»i«iN>\i yMTvat^a oo^i^ -oj^ 3^2 .^07 pijiStl, afsoit 'phitisM 

o^ ^*2 ^oqUk3 ^3^ ;^ -^9^ ^j^ ^^^ ^1 '^^ 

S , \a l^'ya o^ "^fsls .;l2 js^ ;i23 .3^2 ^0^9 ^o* 
^ai 33^3 }ba^^4 r^^ =^^ .^^3^39 ^e^ ^ ;a,!^3p 

^3is23 .Mdo^t^ ;lo7 ;i<ii03it ^33^6^^ -^9^ ^-i^ ^9^ 

.opusit ^ opL^ XkbOiAS ;iu3ik^ 3^3; : I .^aiAS op^ 
i\a ^ ^^^333 ?t,>%aS ^^o :a .uorof^»y* ^ ;S,>33£IO 

^o73i!^ ^3 ;3i^bf> i^ktj ^39^ bdAi ;^'o .&a3 391^ 
6;*^^2 ;3^ ,1^2 07S 3^*2 .;o^2 >9ku oi^oS^ ;^k&^ 

.o;UE^3 lo]!^ \i^? ^^i^ '^$^ ^ ^'^ "^^fV* ^^ 

Foi. 297a. ^007 ;^ ;34^ ^3 .^ajo aois 07S 3^'2 -orsaud | ;^ ;^o 
;i^3 ;^2 ojS^so .;i^^3 ;&i.2 ;2S :s^;iL3iQ> .;:^o^^ ^^\^ 

;jKQ3l3oo^ i\tn>bo ;lS .;o^[^3 Ujooox AJC0I3 >L^^303 ;Li 

;o7^i ^ ^!^^ '^f*^? ^s ^3a JOax 3u^i2 -}oo^ 
;3o;3;o ;»o^3 .07!^ 3^392o ;|ud ^ «S23: ;^2 .:k«;^3^ 
^3^^ .;|ud 07!^ ^'2 .^3aL li^ao ^ha ^ ^e^3 ^or 
v^fM3 -yX^ "Tf^ =^^2 p3wU ^Aip ^oor,3 ^soik^ 
sA^ 00^1 .^6s^^ o{ia J^ btjooso Abo>e wSOStox 

.;aj^ ;^2 3^*2 .;o7S2 ^ ;bau;3 ;S>3,rt^ .;3;^ ^^^^^? 

>SlM 02 .y^OIoX^M ^^23 ^0*iQ>jk «^^ ^33 pa^ ^3 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 646 

^;^j; .a]itSa^lJafi^ ^?^9 -^2jcdo i^ i^Uo loot 
^a^l "paOl .a^j|o ^'^dis ^LS^^j^o .^o^ia misoiyh^ipa 
li^ 3AO .llm axsao^ ;ruED oof ^ ^^^o .^>.'i>in\ w^ 
;eo! JS*23 ;xkfr^ JKa^iS "^o 'l^? s^ooSst loo] ^hola 
2sopb .}dx^ k^aiboi:> loJ^ S^o .Jsois >>ao l^bola aja 
oppJS ;307 k^i^ >ao .;ikOu&^ ^?f«^ \^S.yV\ aqj^bi ;AS 
.;3i paSt^ Uiso .0^ a^j^o >^^,p o^f^lo ^sud ^o^ ;^2o 

.9^;^» :a>^;;3 Ui ;^2d UI^A? -^ ^^^ ^^ ^? 
;[|lp3 U;» .!>« ms^^^^p is*isi; is&ia .^=uca oor o;^ s^j^o. 

.^2 ^» 007 .JAo'isx ikl ^bl ^2 1^2 .oi^ hisol y*3 007 
ear ^39 ^^ <S*33 ^iLbo'is iXi 5^^ a a^ | o^ ^'2 .^2foL2963. 
3^2 .^iL^isis2o 293u^ O3b023 ;ou'>^ JKSiAX .;^ao;3 £Sji2a 
opCDu52 ^3 eoi .?*n\\\ A ;i2 ^Sfl >^*a>ba .;aucd 007 07^ 

^3 ^^isii^ .^l^oad op sissk ;S2 .;3i ;l^ .o^J^ m92o 

oTibAXO .^aa^^Aab ^070^2 ^ou«>& sA^ 4^07 -^^ o^a^ 
lAtSisaao «^^>M y^ M07eaaoaa woJd v«a oa\ .ojaxo 
.It^^ 07fi>>V^\ ;|.2a ;^,ab^ -^^^i*^ ^.,?^ -^^j^ 
90^;; U^a .0^ a^jLo ^JSOTai ^ Ju2^ ^2a: 1^1 :.^ 
.;i«OA3bacttoa ^itpoA^ T^l!^ ^^ ^aikAa ^JS^;; .^2 j^isacapa 
hsxl bfl&uoa M^;^ -"^Kf^ is*oo7a ^a^ ^ecf ^ -^ '^'^ 
h^om jSl .isA2 ^isxao 4^NiXAao .^ tt«?^ii^ "^^^? 
o^ a^'l .5^ ;caa ;a^i IsaI ^ajBplo isi'l Ij^obo 99 JSibaL 
a PA .J^ .tvfcyio ^'^a a&2 Ui M^jcapa oots;; .oor ^^ 



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645 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^Mio .Uocx ifiOM^o .^3073 ^baM3kSo .;^eu&9^ ^S.SI,,lia 
is&i t^iLs 00^29 .^oraai ^i 07^ a^'l .^2 o^ a^2 .]lor 

;^s is&i i^ .^is^M iSiri ^^^^2 iNfti y^a^e .<yis>S.Q^ 

"pL ^1 tfis^JSM Hi .i^ .07S 3^*2 .6pi^*2 ^Jsisftia ^M^^ 

is£i ^o;(^ ^9^ loi .^9 3^2 .op^k ud^ ji^i .oi^^S^H ;iS 

^or M>4^ -tt<^<^ ^c^ ^^ -^^o^ is&i i9f^o .l^ho^ 

Ful. 296(7..^of 5^29 ^cnjjS aoau*!^ 5^^?^ u«AX^ I .Ji^oiaa ^^aa 

.uorcuM)^ ;i^9 w£acL ^ ;l2 ^xcbp ^i^;^ .;i^ 07S 9^02 
9u^9 .^2 ^3;s .S\,'y ^a2 ^'al loip ."poi'yal lai aois 

9Qm^ }dsO*OX ^JSOool ^3m*3? is^2 ^^ .<^^0l^ ^^29 OOTSJI 

djL^^ip .MaacL pit ;i2 ^isa^^ >t^2 .;^ o^ 9bo2 .^eop 
.:aor9£i2 ^2 07^ 9bp2 .ui^ "7^? 007^.'? ^2 MtlM^9 00^ 
:dub .?»l\i1 ^ yOil ^SmaI ;i^j| .^ yOiS. ^ ^9^ Jio; 

^001 J^20 'W^^ ^9fil9bQ3 >bf];L9 }00| 6Sfl ^>9a*m 9k^ ^aLKD 

;aJ9 ^4^ ^^^^^ ^^9^ V^?"***^? -^^^^4^ ^M* ^,1^ ^ 
;l^99;l^ ^4il^ ^bobd ? I S^ift9"[;^aa>a.Sbp.a ^,9^07 .^^I 

.^opAiit js^o .J1^99;3 ^929 ;Vba}^ ^^r^il^ •<^^?>^? 

.;aA9 ci^oSh^ As^;; 990 .;9;x ^ ^9 jkooi ;95^js&0o 

.Mils*2 pH 5MKmV ^9^9 .opdi .Sj^ ;^o1s2 oA ^^ ^*>^ 
^!^o .23^J1 ^o^ 2i9bM2 ^9yy»M b*9 ^ooi 6s*2 .or^oS ^odo 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 644 

.yoo^ ^l ih^io ^s opi .ypal iv&i .^S>^*n» eo^ ^9 ^ 

M0iei^2 ;>\i*ttyif>,b ^o^ O'^o -'?4^ ^f^ '^^? 

I . SiiA la] .OfM OfM >^3wm9 ^O^ 3MJ^O .^^9 ^007^1^ 

p^j(i }3^o .;^>baob ia^ ;!;:» ^ ei^i ^;^o .;^;;foi.295j. 

.Iio*0'i 1^3 oof ^Jsi oi^ Aho^o .^aa ^ooro .o^ea 
crNQi^ia .uQ>yaib> ^sia or^ayibo^i^ \^^^ ^^ ^9^ ^'^ =o^ 
.jui^ s.'^is ^ .u^ ^'2 ..^s^ M^ 3^2 m323 .qS ^akib2o 

^;^ ;^i : Mj .hfSi jAh^^o ^, ^0 .^2^ ^u^^ ;!^o 

.^adia ^o^'ia of^S)MS ^lai; ^isyiia .07S 3do2o at^ ?nte\ 
tfOfe>^2o .^jsoa^ia^ ^aa ^jUl&a oo^2a .^sa o^ S^'2 
.?t*Vii ;o^2a or^^a ^aJ: ^of .ouiS .2a ;^o .^jba^Aao 
.>ft*ift\,i2 ^2 ^o^ ^9^ ^la^Qia ^a^i^l li^l :wMd 
;>^ ^a ^aoro& «aaQQ is*^ ,>«>»ioy,i2 ^2 o^ 3^j|e 
3o7flAa ^aoho^M 5^ 1^2 ^Ax -•cuaSi ^2 07S aMj|o .wlia * 
;o^2a 4^o^2 ^ Is^l oooi ^a^2 :\tj .^^ao^ ^t^^ 

.^SA oi^ Sbp2 .;32 JS^ tUl^ yfa^\f\\i ;32^ ai^;; ;^ 
^ :SV3i^ A? 9.<^;i -;^i A'o .^2 aai^o ;!;; ^a 

^*s^a .dM ;m iVVyy oooi ^a^2 i^JA .q&» isii Also 

;oo} >^'2o .;!» ^isx;; ;i^o ^anJli i^i ;^a .^oSi ^ 



643 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^op ^2|kS ^o^Sis ^^!^o ,^a!eSSi yoaj^x ^x^o 
^ ag^ ;aftS jd2 Aj[ai :Ad .^xvos ^ ^o^ ^,?^o 

Foi. 295a. ^oSLso .^o;^^ ^M^o . JdolNxo ^fisAtib ^^ I .;!|kbo ^;; 

loo] «a£sl 999 uQ><?iaQte ^2 <S>i ooaj ^iiol z ^ '^'^^ 

;i2 ;^'^ ;ad^ 9^^ .;aja o^ a^;; .Jsl 5^ ^ .oiy^k 
^Itih ^1 S\'r\ eoo] ^ysol t^ .ikl l^ ;^o .t^>^29 
.^rud eoj a^jlo .^2 oiJa>i< ^asaa o^ 9^3 .^K^t'nm^p 
^*3 aabiiO .^2 wd^ ^1 ;iia^ ;o^2 A*9 ^^^ ;lS3 ^.P^^ii? 

.^jdaaa Jof ^2 ^j^ Al ^^l .fi^^lb9 ;;^'o ^o^L^i A^a 

^2 ^oo) pu^ 9k^ zoiti .^t^o^'i oub'i^b ^2 Jjoa^^e 

^32 ;or9 -^Xm^ yOo{^ Aboj^o .^31^ 5^2 ^oibfj^p o^o^a4 

.;^;^ ;*^b jiaua ;o7 .'^i i^Au sisa 99^0 .;^ jq9^o\&2 

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zpx:s .ikoxauai ^ yMvti ofiiA IxSstp 4a^i ?^V\t 

Ui ^|«^ ^e jq9'La> Ui ^3m^3 •'«?t^? ^P^ ^yy ^2 

A? -^oo) yiol JS^lJ^oa ^is .^aud 07^ >bpi .9^jl ^aora 

07S is&i ;ajBi ?i»^ .^oieii*! ;As^ 07!^ ^^3^92 .yois^l ^'i^ 

.^ai ^3^^^ ^9^? ^,?^ ^o^ '^9^ ^^ ^ ^'^ '^^ 

;Sf23 3^i <^ ^30333 .^30 ^ JUl ^00| 3^0*1 : \*X^ 

;o7^i3 ;9aL^ -^^f^s ;^i .^ -^p^mm ^^l ^sao; 4paL ^3 

^ioae .^0)0^*2 )Si3Ui >St^v> ?iS^m3 ^ajd 3^*2 z^^^ .^oL 
.)Lai;ou« \^ 3bb2 ^3 ;3or .^3^ 001 ^S^ o;^ ^Is^s 

^M92 :.3a»s^ .qa ;ooi ;3X A^^ ^^23 q^Ss^dsa ^073 

;ikOLb03 ^OOI ?^»!>X X^3 .?V^,>hft>^3 ^A^2 Sit 0001 

^3 000} .;>J3nI^ <[,?,?^ ^9^ tt^^? iVv^y -yOoiJsLai 
^siS ^a^ie -^ou ^3^^ ^oo) S^Ll ^3 ^i^b*! -^fboll 
iSal jS ^bttM^^ ^3 ^3m2 .^oI i^aatS Uy*oio -^ol 

07^.^^ .3^^ ^^0^30 .;ooi ;^3i ;^ ^3 ^3^20 .;9oi 
joufV» ;3A ^3 007 ..a&2 ;9m^3 Zsor ^ ^JK^ ^? 07^ 



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64 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



Fol, 



Macl^ 9i^2a iii lal .07^ a^2e kiQ^o;^ba^ ^aiS v^Is ;^i 

■v^oioaniri 097 ^5 V^9^ ^^? -^P^ ?^ ^'■^^ ^'■^T^V.^^ 
^^ o;^ ;s*23 plS U«29 .yoA^o)^ "^t^?^,? ^•^■^^ 

^^ ol^ Mp ^ ^9 CAOI .^^UA> 07!^ ^^O MOIOulilflp 

\^ ooo) ^^2 :^^^ .?\*ia>< ajS ^oit^o ^c70*,hJ3t3i 
.moiosaLu ;m ^ ^2 oooi ^jsla M^^ii? -V^9^ ^1 
.S>< 0001 ^307^^3 90^2 Aisoj^l ;au2 )S>i OOO) ^A^tboiaoo 

.UQlA^AQO ^32 X^*? ^^ Ohontb .^007 3^*2 .UQ»*^OiQ> ;3i 

^ sll ^f!3 ;4;; :?ux^ -tf^^ ^^^ ^ntrsS >\ oaL 

.^ ;^i ;o73 .07^ skb02o ^'34? 3o3;js ^i ^o^ ^^092 
A^bis^ ^3or \L .3^2 ;aLiCD ^s 007 .?*«iVvS ^^o; ^2 o2 
jd2 wmOiX23 is^ibax ^ 23 ^ajis ^l .^30p 6^ scfrjs^ ;l^ .isi2 
t^ ;aA ;oo! ;&^3o :ovx^ .y^tfiVv* ^ Jd'i^ ^A^Aboibob 
mlPf A ^2^0 ^a^So ^^ 3^ -^iS^bOiS 07V Vyh 993 >^o3o 
oft^A Ipf 3AO .^fM iHi MOioasoAb Jo) o^^yi2 ^3 ^307 
oor ;ooi '^ia lojUl >\\,y» ;[^2 .3i»iQ9 Jiisaua ^^oa^ 0S3 
jiajo ^o^ 3b02 :o*xJS .^3jao^ 07\\,H ^jaot 'Si^AS ^,3:ap 
.)L>9ua 073*2 aA«»2 .oudsftb J07 43090^3 ^.^iOil^M^ i^ 
t^ o;S^Afi>3 .^3*bD2 ^03^ »^ ^307 .aji^ ;^O307i9O 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 64O 

nj^lyat Ui'l 3^'i :dUK -^'^P J-^^ oo; ^.^aS^JS^ ^ 

}y\ohix^ AtQ&kd a^Jsax^ aao .230 xol :^JK .^^kaAxbo^ 

5^ laai 9010 .^ikoXiMM MOOMaD loJ^ .^JLojc ^a^o 
oLa ^ a^j^a -}*aA9 ^siS uQ>*aib0 Jai hipl :ax^ .;i!!L^ 
oi!^ a^oi ..oai iS'l ^iiso A .0^ a^'l .;*L<Li*a ;aa^ 
5^a M^ ^afa ^a^ JK*2a .^ila^f ^afif ^m U^ ^ .^sa 

^o^ a^'i :J^^ •^^T't? l?^ ^^ -opB^ *^2 ^M^jk ^^a» 
^aoM -Zo^i i^y^y opda ;^ ^,3^ i^a^a ^Lia .^aud 
.;o^ia ;a3 libt^ aja^ ;^a ;uia -aio;; «?oJKo .^*o)o4f2 
\9dba U«ia .aab;; ^oNo -Im^'l^ <na9 ^ ^4!c^i^^ ?^ 
oapkl^ ;3A a^'i :^^ .0^ )b^9^ ^^^ 9.?T -^o^^ \V,v> 
loajx .&ii aoL vav*! ^aao o2 .^£i ^Ib oi .isfti «a^^ 9^a 

i^o .^aa JKoS aisaa ^xou* ^a oatxl .^Xiaj.a l^ 
:auA>a ^siaaa .Im ^oJS a^'i :opK^ .ofSseS aioM ^^^? 

^of ;v4a ^ottaat i^ ^olo U^P -^9^ ^^ ^'^ 
Uo; ;i393 ?2»!5^a .ah»;; ;ae^;^ Utl :u^ .^aoS<f 



639 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



fiSA^Xiisi ;i!^j^ -v^^T^P 9^ auAaa ^Laka ^^oau^ ^o^a 



op^^a .^1 aiud Uj^ .^aucd yOo^ a^'i .^o^l!^ ^?^? 

uadnSt'a .op abol aa opE^ ^aa uQ>ai .a^oo tSaaa 2m 
^a abp^i "39^0 .^oT^ia o^ae;i^ ^t^^? ^^^^ ^?^^? 
.^or Jbdaa ais^a oo^2a ^l aiuoo .^aa ^ ;i2 Jl^ 
^^a .^o^ ^2 a^'2 :9^a^ 4^^^? '^'<?,? ^ ^^^ 
^a yj -^0^2^ l^^ M^3 ^'^.P ^070^2 ;aoLS iJ^ 
Jopi .;aox aosj^ ^07^23 a .001 ^1 abpl .^adaa ^orojilaajk 
^ .^oA aaiw^ '^^^ ^07 ^a&2 .or^MdoZ ^ohs ;L^aa 
9^2 Xyy 0007 ^aaol lyM^afs .^aa "phLi^iA ^HSp 
o)isx.bas^ ofM .^M yiiiflo ^as.hxai.h9 aa v^fiia .jou&o^i 
^a 07!^ abOj^ s^iixL aa jio^^4 "f^ ^ t*,? ^.?7 -^oiAMCaao 
.^OMdaa ;bli{d^ ^^^^ ^ta4 ^ ?i>t«^a .07^0 ^ooLa ^2 
;oar yOcnS ;i2 >a>\^a oo^2a >\yy .uejuAoSi ;32 o^ a±»2 
^kA abp2 :\^aJS .;^Moax^.^ o^^^ditia ^ ^2 .0^ ^2 
^^^I aa ;.a^aa .^\ao ;^2a ouS .^ NdXoa oo^2a 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 638 

ctio .pa^ all J^ daibob oo^Za .aA lom a^'2 .^oo! 

^ i^i .:a,a^ o^ ^'is^'^ vA d^ ^;; ii^'i Am^i .S^ 

eor aj6^ Ji^oro ,^>Ji Iq)^1 \\,'y aA^ o^ .\ciai ;0^i 
}oof }2U3b )D,ak^ .Saa '^o^ ^i a^'2 :.3Ma:s .ciaiboa 
;NaiIaoM ;o^i .\\,ya ;\»Nyii ^a .aas;; ^^o^o -o?i ^yV"* 

^ ^ai ^,>apo .^^JE v^ ;3A aaoii :\ga^ .^ooiul 

^ isii ^ido .is^2 ^a 99 ^\op ^^i!^ .^MJi^ 

9aLo .;i2 aj^o i^il^ ^2 ^Sf .Zsi :o^ abo^^o ^ai ^o^ 

.jSii poL ^^ .^aa >^4r^il ^t*^ ^ ^'^ "^?1l ^W ^^ 
.^o^ ^A ;3ou2 ^ai o^ a^2o .^^ ?&op ^,a^ 99 ^^}!^ 

.00 ;<^i^ oi^ ^3^i! ^^? '%^\ ^ is^i >^? ^ ^c^/ 

.07S afio2o oof ^i^ ^9^ ^\ ^^ ^,?? ^^ ^?^ ^^^ 
Mieora .^^o^ &<^^2 ^ wS isa^2 ;&i0a ^ou2 ^2 ^x aa 
al<^o ;\,»y ;l2 t^afa .;«^i 07^ Sbbpl .^^a^i ^ooaa 3^ 
U;;a -^a^ \a\ o^ abpi "^af o^j^jm^ ^2 aoLo ^2 
is&2 ^Mjl .poL ^o/a A isa^ji ^Aia2^ 5^^? -A ^^^ 
^2 ^^.box ^o .^a*aa lom ^ ^a^LS* ;ao7 .;aor is&2 aoL 
.^oafj^ ;i^a ^ii Z^ ^a .a^'2 aa .hfiU^isis2 ^!^or oor 
;^i ^ aao .;ior"^ ;i^;; .;i2 ^al ^S ;ia«i2 SA, ;aa^ 
iJboasa .07^ abb2o ^o^ ^aA Aa»2 ^32 Z^oau^ aas< .oor 
}&ora ^*eo) ^2 .^al ^j| ^2a .^o^ 2^2 o^ a»2 .vA 

.29Qm9 ^oo) aisijKj^ ^070 -op ^^^? ^9>^? ^^ ^ 




637 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

jdl ^^aL ;i^> .07^ 3^2o yOboi ;3A y^Zx ;^i T^a^ 

O^ ^i .A23IS ^,3^ 007 07!^ ^^^ >^0 .;jSQ^J3 ^2310 

^b y.or W.070 .^aubftb aafibJi m^ ^bo^b clS A.'aat .23a 

u^O iSbO^Sy v30JS ^bK^O .^ Ap ^ Ail -9^^ A 

.^SMib .^2 |loo} m070j^2 ^07 .;au»33 Jofj iSibe ^i^x^^o 
t^ihaL AoJSe Aixa pibo 007 ^hoa Ao .adpio !d2I ;ooi&3 
au^ ^Ix zS^bSfk -^23:3 ^^oou^ mIo .^boT^io ^o^ 

lorn k^33 ^07 ^329 .07!^ M^il^ UQXft^QO ^A JbixD ^ 

eo7 99 .30^9 ^Q* ;32 ;oo] S^l <*073>?f ^^^P \\,V> 

;i^3LiAa:^ ^ ^^2 ^S^ ;A 53.?«? .^ojii? ;^^^ ^4 

A ^bisa Atu aae .^ma*A iso^ ^ ^Lm .^kid; ao^ aae 
.07^ Sbp2 .fis&2 ^a 07S;3: ^2 .m07Qm2 ;La^ 07S yM^.^ 
^;\b0 07^ ^oo) ^oua .07^ a^2o 4^o .^ou ^2 ;lj[ 
.Mk«2 ^||a ^oo] tOi'Vbo ^,a 007 .ytui^ ^*a mO!o^Ao 
;^2 aiio .;ad^ ;^a^ ;La^ M^^ Ao ^;>bo oTtlaao 
^tr\\Si 5uis«2 ^jxiaa .2a .07^ abb2 ^ixais 07A Mik^a 

yA*M»e M&aaakS ^laui ^a* eo) .^2a ^07^2 m3 ^la oo7&2a 

A •T'^ vA ^^2 ^ ^ ;3^ A ^.a^;; .A*a »^^ pa 

;[ax ;bidai3 aa A^2 .^,>» ;oo! iSax jdi JSa ^ a<\ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 636 

isiS lii ^ 990 . JKoS MO^^sio ;30m ^ikboi .;30 007 
9Ad .^aoJK^ ^^\^ I'i^o^^^ U?^ ^?^ ^ -o^ ^?^ 
o^ a>^;;o .}3oX^ ^ mOIoSVJs ^isSis ^Mo ^ail .^^ 

a^;;o .;3ojs^ .\> v^'^ ^^'^^.^ ^^^ ^ -^^ '^^ ^i 

i\ lojS^ ksxol Xils .mS9 vA Jbodtf .oof ;aA 07^ 
«lS »Sls&d ^oT^iS uQiA^i Af .07S aboi .op ;M2a u^ ht^l 

.JS&i ^^ isiia o^ ^2 .^*;L9 a^b'i ^a^Z .^29 fiai Sbb2 

.^0^ ^2 MfiLisaEapa .^2 .u^ j^2 ^ii5^ ?aa!oL .07^ ^j;o 

;^aof ^a .;aLA 07S ai^'2 .^^|| <[aora ;l2 ;|Jao ;iS 07^ att>2 

.^oi!iakdei^ /^?^^? 67*£S*2 ^ao; i!SyAof ^a .yOJS^ ^a 
^du 990 .^^ol ;j32 ^oA ^2 ^^ oxiaA^ :f^a^ 
9a yoo^ }ooi &a92 .^o^aoL \>( o^ oooi ^i\?tv>e 




635 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^1 ^oa** ^9h^2 \y,y3 5^naiaM^ is£i ^^3 9J?^li? 

:^S^ .utio^ hfl^bftS ^^ ^^? ^^^9* *^^? -v?^ 
;is3k^ Xoo] ;j.9lssjap9 iJsoo .^^slilS^b ;oo7 ^^2 y^ ;^2 
.u2 mOIou^sm Ji^bp ^H^9 -U3m>2 }oo] ^oibs .^isfiAXds 

^aS ;^2 990 -o^J^o ^tt mo^^mO .oi^Aa^ \cn3o 
oiin .^93^9 5^2 u^ h^l -^au&^ oof qS Sbo2 .;i3uM2 
.^pktt isA^^ ^070 .^yi^ is*oa] bOdl .^ciu yOa{^y 
ya^l )S^ .J^ lorn 6s*2 ^aiiSo^ ^aio^ ;:»b^ .o;l^ Sbb2o 
OOP .07^0^ uaS39a jcl2 ^baSba ^oo) sisa^o .A^ieo 

Fol.29i^.>^VPO . ? yS>S> ^ \Ad vA ^,3di^ | ;^;;^ P3±t ^ ;iM>oI ^» 

;&audo5 ^^ >^*x£i oor ^^ibKtf 900 .^^^L^tf ^^f'2 ;3or 

: - ;oo;& .;JsaE^6s^ ^iS9k^^ l^l^? ^,?^ ouXaa -i^^^ ^i^ 

^3>b92 :>d9JS .^ixSo^b 5^2 .^fdla^s ^ola ;i!^o3 ad^ 

^y .^LbA^is o^ }oo7 is«23 aui ^M iVyvt .;^2 000} 

}^3u^ .opeisai ;^o ;'Ti<&^ o^ ^oo! j^2 ^alb ^lof ;js2l^ 
o^ bioi; .oor 1^1 \\tt .0^ 3^;^o ^y*^ ^km j^o^ ^9j| 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 634 

.3^9^3 ;3au0 ^aieS^ lom >^2p .^^ ^^ ^Vy 000? ^^aiol 
.^saea ^m is^l^ lom «^)^? ^io -a^^p ^oo! wbf^JS^o 

i!^4|2 .^?7\^(n> .^f aao .o^ 3M^? ^oo) ^5^ '\^^W 

l^ ^i 00; ^ao .^o^oSiki ^o^ bfibktto ?33ia*<i A^.'? ^ 

Sibo;; .^Ad ^i pao .0^ 90^9 5^2 o^ ;ooro .0^ ;^ 

^3op is&i ;^1 ^laj 5^ ^baa ;orp .0^0 uoioLa ;3A oi^ 
xi3L .;aao^ k^iip ^o .5tS JS«2d ^bixeu. A abo;^a ^2 

^clmx pa .is£2 A'fl ;3aor M^^A ;ii>3^ .^ a^;^? 5^ 

^uitfO .5^ ^2a eor o&as .v^as v^ aa)j| .^^as ^o^ ^A2 

.;,^;s :aL>< ^isa^ap ;o^i .^a 3?o\? 'O^ 3^20 oor ;^2 

^isxl aao -abo2a d^ooi ^qa ^f ;baa ^of ;i2 ^^ aao 
.^aci ^iss^ '^ .0^ aa9j[o ^oio^i m«^2 .;ia^QA c;^ 
«A ;»a ^ vAa .o;V?cin^ I aMj^ l^a] ^9*« 5^ ^^^? ;i0Foi.29u 
;90^ 5^X^ 3po\ ^07 .vj(l& o^ ;l3^ ^^;Aa^aiQ» ^ 
.;ao^9 001 ;i3fa .0^ ;l3^ ;lS ;:x^a ;iai<oA ^ .^iS^m 
^2 i^2ai :^a^ .;3y^ aa ^^f); .oof ;^2 ^or ^^daai aao 
li^ladsa ;l3^ ;i!^o .;a*a^ ^*x^ U?^^? -c'T^ ''^.\9 ^k^ 
^ *^p^»a ^ i^L J^ )^i!^ .;au(d o^ aM2 .}o^2 ^ 
;^ou>k3afii^a ;o^ia a«^ ^a .e^ ;bf o^ '^l .^o^i 
^^ ^oofj^ ;^a .;au(d ^ jd2 ;oai a»2 :;^a^ .h^M 

^aaij 5|^ ^^2 o^a ;ia^oiQ9 .ii ;^;; .;4o?s ^^ ^^9?; 




633 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^9Mib9 .007!^ 3502 .^3A fisoS O^ 9Ae .m&2 9a .OOI^^Am 
Sthl ^i ^o .07S ^3^2 -^^o^ yoaadou* JS*bo U!>>*2^ 
.wifluQ^ Ij?^? .jQXAO^i ^i ^07^ A!ai>2 .yiia>M, 6s^p ^i 
.5^;iLAb ^Kj; l;iai \\,y> ^ ^^la .oyJ^ o^j; ^3^*07 
>^\?*nS ^^o .^3X3 Z>oat ^Sa^ ^^9 .uQ>*ai&^ ^f>*'? 
A? t^^^t^ <f?^ V^? -}?^ vf^H ^^^ '^*^ ^^^? 

yoo^idp ai^e -^^^ t^Ati oj^ ^^2 aa .^is*2^3b ^^V 

I :ui*^9^ •o7??^o ^3^ >^ ^^^^ '^^ ^t^9\ "^4? 

Foi.29o5.,yV^Vhmj|3 ;is*S.tt3 .a£J ^9 -^0A*f ;a2 i\\,y 090) ^9^2 

>^^ 9ii:^o .;^o ;iu^9 ^2 ;Ai3 oilsAtj wb9 jo^ 

j\*Wi>i ^ >^^Ajl 990 -<f.?a 99 ^SlS >^^9 ^^ i ML * a»2 

^ 9ui ;Ai^ ;ore A^h\ ^ i^ .;oo! jsii^o U^o 

poU oiS 9M2o .;!I1o9 9k^ ^obe ,^btt*»S ^*S^ 9a uioioixskd 

do^se .^9^1^ 9yJ^9 .01^ 9ibb2o oof jA^ ^e .67*^.2 

^Jtisto .ispaSt ^^3^ -07^ ^ii^ ^? ^^? ^V^^ « S 
k^2 JOumS ^af k^crip iiui^\ >07S oiii^l ^m a^^o -^l^ 

9^9 ;isAdS ^«bA>i «!^Q^ lis .;m 07S 9^*2 .ali>SM 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 632 
;3i ^O^ ^fS d^fjl :ak^3d^ •073^? ^3Q^ o^ bttdto 

^32 ^bXx ^^ixa .0^ ^3»;; ^ou ;32 ^o^ Un iKl^;^ 

jso^ ^ISfj^ .^Xm ^is&s aisao .o^ isA A^s^? i^Wi ya 

1 ..^bl JSaOo) ^3 ^ac9 .^3iCD3 oifr^bftS ;i2 ;ot3i ;;^ .^auift 

.Opdi ^ 3^^ 0)a>^y\ y>.]lt!a93 fSUCD^ £S&2 ^^^baxa OO^j^S FoI. 29ca. 

:o7^b^ .opoo&dSa ^ aufsi oraauA yMaatia ski looj^ 
y.,bdcbo ;i^o J^ bisA mm23 .0^ b^j^o 9^ ly,nS S^ ^2 
e2 uOffluQ»A2 .aoL^jL t^of ^jm .^cyo* i\\2 ^ofr^s ^2 
ju23 Jcrre .^£a ^o^^'b^ .^sa 07^ bbp2 -ft^^a;^^ y.o7oubbojL 
.adk^2 ;&i«e .07!^ hioi .>^^^ Ju2 bsp;i39 Mcrrouiom 

;^ ;^ ^ .;3A o^ b^'i .^;;? i^ i^ y^a^»,isi6s^ 

bJ^ ^ .^afoJOx^Ss )So uc^lisp .^o^fr^'b^ ^^>yba>S isA2 
99 .MorouM*&^>b ^a2 yy%tfy .^Sioxo JNf^aua 07!^ is^i b^'2 
^QbM.'b^b lisoa^ ;M%tye .^*iS^ <^^ ^§^il ^? -^^ ^^ 

^ ,1 »v»»« ^l« 'II' 

02 .^eo^X*2 3asb O0^|i3 .000) ^^3 y(H>>ft^i'^ \y,*in 




6^ I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^3JSb 007S ^aele .^1*3^ ;i\Aa 5^ ^^o?^ l^\ '^$^ 
^oiSia .01S 3>bb2o .^ai .^'iA c^ '^2 .'isil aoL ^a^iaa 

■ 1 * a / a/ii* fm it tt ^k, ^ 

a^'2 .is^i aoL ;3^3 07^ 3bo2o .^iabis 00^ ^2xo .w*aC3 
^5 3^2 .iiai ^bl is&2 .;m o^ 3^*2 .^i yAi ai^ .07^ 

;&^£> 0%^ 3ibp2 .is^i 3diL ;iS0 is^i ^i^ .^3^'^ do^ ^2 

Pol. 289^. dors 400] ^'2o >^3ii >L^ ^23 .^auca | ^»2 .^2 sitf 

.ov^ «^,3^ ;\Aa ;o^2 pLi< 3^3 oo^ij^ .;'^ '^,,?^? 
^1.3 dor .op ^*2 A'a-V? >S\,y .;*^ ;2L^ ;is!|^3UQ>d 

.^o^ JSob93 o^3i^aiQ>3 a<\ ^2 .07|p4 5^^>^ ^5^^? -^ 

.3^^is3p3 .S^ .3^23 ;i2 ^sii ;i!^ .^3 ;&^a Sitf ^ 
.^'SiQ) o2 .;fiu«o3 ^ 4[.?^'>^2 ^as^p ;^A ji2 ;ii^ ^,3^;; 

lauQ}^ .sA Z'y^l 30^ .Moro^*2 V^^'s ^o;3 Sibol ..^'o^ o2 
3^*2 .;&^ ^f^? ^1^ ^^. >^j^l -^CAS ;&>t3L^ ^3i:o :og] 

;^o .;ao7 ;>'i^ ^070^2 3u\ ?ioS>\<3 .oik2 ;3i^^ ;o7 ;3yM^ 

^1^0 A -^dtSbil ^ai \om 3^'2 :a^3^ 421!^^ slsoitf 

.;&o; ;]J3»3 ;air/>nS ;^2l[!^ i^ 3^ isil .soAs ;^ 

^ ^ oSo .;^2 sjy, ;lar \>. .i^ v>p>>io i^i 

^3b^3 .;aucd ^ od2 ;oq 3^*2 :^3JS .l)>^ ^op isAs 

.wdsE^^^s ilAs« lifa .^23 ;jiti l^dA;^ is&i ;i^e .ju2 

•I ^/ It • ^ < '«» S' ' t 

e2 ,^fttt o2 ^^^ «al23 5|^ ^ -^^2^ JAoa^^ A 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 63O 

;A .^aAoa ^sia ?IiOif>i U^^***^? .>ft*i<tt3i ^i ^00} 

^o^A vA|io .o}^ ^fis«e ^i^ .2,3Ja^^uQ»2 ^f^o ?\,Vhm2 
wMaiss2 ;3gi.iboo .^Smi^ I wS dvAd dai ^il is&i ;c^i9 .aao2oFoi.289a. 

;&obo\o^ ^2 eSadco .?'>\^fla\\ ^2 oa* ■^oroa'ia; 

.QbOiSisx;; ^?f^? .^3>»2o ^2 ofiL^isis2 .^|^ "suuo 

lom »o)odu2 '^p5 ^23 ^3^2 k^^ ^9 a^ .^aoo? ^oL 
;i^ oiSsSjd ^o ^901 ocaSUiO .J07 ^hl cfiAa lapxkao ^3 
^ ^jl ^2o .^is&*a^ J^o ^ ^,?^o .I06) bfii^i 

.5^or29 ;i2 ?Ma>ty> ;i^ .w»o) 07S ;3i02 .3^ ^^f^ ^boouUs 
jQ>.>ib) 232 hiiijikslo .^ ^2 ^ Ujl -^A^ o^' a^'^ 
oiKj; :;<W3^ .^2 ub3>^? ^ 9a .oof ^0*33 or^oaLss 
.0^ 3^;[o ?14>>h\ ^2X0 .^5 ;m JSo^ ^2 ^xasui, ^$a 

07^ xp2 .;3i ;li ^3^ ;xjQi 07^ 3^'2 .^^^i is&i w^ ^3 



629 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



A*i ^2? .^JSab a^M 290/9 '^9^ ^\ ^^ :3UQ39is 

I .^h:aa ^iscS ;I^ ^^x^ ^2 ;&aor .;Is09 ly*^ SL ^1^9 

Foi. 2883.^0^ 9^o>) 990 -^f^^ 2^*^ ^? 23fii9baa ii^l^ \Vyy 

^or ..OOP ;ooi ^9 ^9 007 .2&kb* too^^o '^^^ 

0&07 .;!lLp9 ;iAbo ^o^ vf ^^? ?3ai39uj.^o '^sao^ r?^^ 

OjSa ^ yOa^ ^,?^? ^Vr^.? ■?'^>'*^.? 23J^ ^oS ^9 

^Qho ^i JKo^ ^i ^93 ^^I 99 :07iQ>9^ '}^p l6t<,oiu^ 
)Sl .?\,'>hmA ^o&2 ^^2 ;ii^oI ^9393 ;or .yoo;!^ iiAl 

9^*2 .;3i isfti ub9L m isfti .0;^ ^3^2 .auo9S<o ohooij 

.;ia9oI ^10^ o^ ;i2 ^^uMb ^ ^^2 ^jsil^^ ^ Ujl yO^ 
aS>.rtt9 vX«29 .9!029 J^oa^9 o^kuo^ A^M9 ;3^2 

«^9L i^or ^ ^e .07^ ^^^ "v?^^^^^ ?^ ' < &3 2^^^ 

vA 2^9 X-^ vA .00! .OOjL^ 9bp2 .^isliM) <^S* ^l 

ooo] .oo>is«2 .^^ft09 py.2 ,opel& 2fMA yX\\r\ .^o) .oaal3fe«9 

V "^ < » I , , I ,m ST ' ,t ' iT " • ' \^ / « ^» 

039id ^9393 2or9 ..OOP 9b02 W,I1 9^30 .^2 ^^lOI ^9 
^9 ^O^ 9wJi .yOl2 oVSyttO oiii ^9 ^9393 .^9^^ 
O^XaO Odwip ^t^jS^S 2^US ;fMO .^9^03 9^ip3 ub9iiO i!^9 

?,.nft^ ;m2 o^jLx zojohis ,oS.\^hfs29 yOdo79 ^o^'iiS 

■^t'VA ^fiK9»3 .^S3L^ ;9O^X90 ^0^2 ;&9mi29 .0^ ^9902O 

9i02e 4^9 .;{^ftAiV^\ ;a^ ;^2 .^op ;I3^ A u.070 

>Jsa^, ^ ;9or (sia^ i-a.?^ ^? ^^ ^'^ ^^? "V?^ 

9^*2 : fA9^ .0^ ^3U:3Ui ^^9 j s jlit^ ^AOf .i^ -«^^? 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 628 

yooit^pis ^07 ;^*i .0^ a^j^o '^'f ^fsais ^of >3^o 
abpi .^<2.s^ o^ <^44,? o'^ 'i^\ ^ 3^ii? V^ v^is^ie .J^^i 
;a9 Jbp ;3^ ;S p^iso .2 .;3;^ ^^i 6^^*: u^6i .ika m^ 

.^^oa dp Xi23 ^s^ }^^? -^ 3M;^e ^ou ;ai^ ^j^ 

;oo7 fty2 >^ ^39^? z^M< "^^ \\,y ^xm >^l^ ;3a 
;^^ttpd ^fi^a^i^ ;fM9 .;^is&i o;^ ;oa7 x2e -^i^im 

looi ^,3 99 .Loo) ^M>^' ^o^i^a^o .67S »d2 opUQa&o .0^ 

^ \i1 Q S ^il^ ^S'oxo .30^ all isAa d^fMO uiO^bo ;ki« 
;3^d^o .;i0O9a^ 0^ ^bASiO ;!i!!2k3 ;jB'i^ ajlso doiVo .;'9m 

' # # •«*■ * it ' • '1 I* *^ t* mm ^ t ■# •■ 

laysois OLiors .6^ 3^;; .0^ cila 9kA ^3 6;^^ -^op 
;i^o .wfl i k ^ Jisi'l ?u»\t wisftie .^JjQ)a oilo3o^ v^2 ^3073 

^io ^ 3u^3 ^3^02 :^3JS -M^M^ *^? ^eM< .Sfi?y 

^ 3^ ^2 ZfMO .;^o^'A ^;[ ;fua3 ;o^2 ^ ^]^ 

^2 mo;o:^2 ;3wi3 .o^a2i3 00^ o^ 3^*2 ..ftiift\,t2 ^32 

.Ma!o:K*2 ^k ^opii Mo;o4f23 slsls im 3fio2 ..ft>;ift\,%2 




627 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

a^6sflp ^6>a'p ^hiS ^^o ^ILs ;^cL o^ isAa ^ya 
J^ai^ ^9 ;Lb2 -IpaSi l'^;^ jSo lly^ ;m^ jSp ..^lAi0 

.07,9^:^ loo) AtbJp .obsi ^ai ft^^S^ ^?^^ *-^fiio .^3^3^ 
abi ;io^i .9bo2o Jl^a A^ ^ -^3A a^i u^ pae 

j\h^ Mlo .Qhsi ^i 1^61 M.3 ^isac2 .0;^ }oo! tS^bob 
.£si\k ;l^ ;talN^9 ^3 07!^ .JS^^ apaii loa\ iiH^iatni^ 

.^3yJ^ 6;i\ o7^oA «^ 390 ,^*^&o ^S^ MorokA^i-sb 

5^o;o .;iL3^3 ^sAb bCiaue ^x^^o .^3 oof ;^^^ 
.;^i ^^V^Sx J^ ^^ .;aucd 07S sqoj^o .oor ^3Ljca ^o^ 

i!S\bp .iL^is ^^>4 ^o -^,?jl? ^*9^ ^? <*'^ ^^^^ 
^'9 ^^h933 ;9Q^ ^9 ;ooi 94>3b0 .^^^SAti ^^ ;&o7 

5|^tS o^ ^*2 .^ol^ o2 .oor ;l|u(d o^S 9!02 .bo^fii 
;of .^ai ;ao^ l^l 9^'2 :;a9^ -^3^^ o;^^)^ tSSbp^jkS 
.^^adis 0^90^ \iK J^ ^AW^o ;iua^ ^2 jQ3a13o 
;i2 \bfa\^ \^m luso .^equSbo ^ ;i2 5^9!^ ;^ l:'.?^^ 

.■;»>e?>iftSl,i MisA2 sA M^ .^1 9iA lH ^990 9^ ..ootS 

KKKK' *' •• .•" 



SAYINGS AND QUKSTIONS AND ANSWKRSOF THK FATHERS. 626 

.^«;L»i ^il> ^3yO puQ> ;o^i Af ;jk9 3^i .!b^ .a^ 

;ab*io -^'i^ ^ ;jN930V(D oi^ ^;?l^ .isii S^as ^,a:sp ^o 

:qiS^ .iai ^foXxMO x^ JsSfs ^07 .op is&i sdObM 
S^o .crSsSjOa ;ooi ^^I ^p .^ ^sla i\v^y eooi ^^2 
S^ ;aL«9 eoio .^ia ^i if,?^ yOOT^ ^oo! ;^ >^o\^23 
Ip* ^3 a^a 'Oll&oV^i 9u3 yOOTiXit ^oo) ?xt>30 .yOOT^ ;ooi 
;a£i^a ;49^^? ^ "f^^il -^ ^ ^9^ ^?^? )^ai^ 

MOToLiri ^0>it .^|UQ9 MO^fM 9AO .^^dSitf ^2 ^j[3 .Op 3^2o 

^j^ .^uSi isfti gbft>» ^ibbi^ .?iS^ft» o{s 3d02 .qa ^0720 

;S l^'^aj ;<^>af*Tft!j^ ;1;;3 .07^ 3^20 ^m ^ .^x» ^2 

^o .ojJSoS ^ Mix .^j^A ^07 k^^ SAO -?fu*2d ;a2 ;k3 
lo^ ^M ^ M.I ;fMb .^Q* ^2 ^»2 :f&3^ -^9m^2 aci(k 
loaio .^9 }^>^ o?^ ^»'iOui1 ^'>*b ^'^ ^ofo .3^*0^ aa 
^Qfii^ oauQ> .abpia ^Xi«2 }aa^ -Jllbax ^ ;^ yooi^o^ 

.;9Q13 ;^ oSjIy .OO^lbO mSNO .mJSO^ O^O 29Q&9 ^^tV 

^y^l ^,3 oof .^otS a^^j[? 5^2 ^ay^i ;aa^ 007S ^3>^9 
^o^^ iS^y^o .^ubo Ji^ ^oo! ^o .yoaih's^ ^ \itk 
ikLso jSl .Moro'aauiSb ^ui .;aoaa ;oo; ;S .3V 07^ ^2 

.;^ \dx ^2o .;ior ;9b ^2 ;i^ore .;^i^ ^^ .30^93 

.\jOx ;o7«a9o I )ill^ ;>>\,h'i ^1 .;3a&a ;&i^^ ;oof ;i^FoL287^. 
4icu3 6u6^ ;^ ^Abocbo ;iSa ;is2U3 .^3 ;3A xel ryasJN 



625 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

o^b02 ZyS^ -?^^ ^ ^^9^9^^ -^^ ^ <^^a>xo .;3;^ 

^'<bpb9 aa ^of 3^|[e .^bau«3b .^so^a -^^^ .^e^ 

.^^acoxdss ^ibf>\*ji ?uo,30 .^o5 ^ ^^ ^^? -^o^ ^ 
;is3M^ .^s\b9 6^^*2^ A isA ^^>^^ ia(ii i^^ ^m^ 

jiiilK^ ot^OmS^ ^?|H^? ^^ ^<^ ^? H^ ^^^ '?.^.?^ '^^ 
.;j;3Aca ^xom ^ ^bisiao ^ji '^a;^ ^2 ;iao7 .?^? 

.;^3o2 ^ "Av^jo .^iolb JSsas ^^^o .l^^o^ lorn ^^1 
JUpuM* is*o^ 5^&w.2 o^j; is*i .^q^A&aab^ qS ^>Sbo2o 
;L32 3^*2 :^3^ .^«oo] sIm ;S ;u3b 5^2 ^93 -^^^ 
.2 .o)^Q!a90 mOToL^ ^eo^isji2 ad29 qoubti Japa .>o* \o^i 2 
;o^i^ %9**j^ ^^a>y ^0 >^3JS* -^07^2^ ^9^2^ ^3dJ 

Foi. 287a. agi^ jobJio!^ -^?^ ^9^ ^5? ^^ •^^.?^ ^ '^H 

. .&a2 \V*ya) ;xafs ^ 6ai^ k>A2 I6s2 ^y^ajo .l>aSi oaf 

9^;; ;j.!«d .07^ hio^o uQ>aoV^2 Ibsi^ ;^2 Ji^jla: lonbis 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 624 

iSiibA^b l^a!L MO?oiui2 .Ua^jci lom Jtujh^ ^a oof .^qSis 

.oi^'nS^i ^S^iSiMb .^'atMii o;;^ ^Ip iVyyo .;a^ ^,?^ 9>^? 
;90)^3 iilya l^o^xp ^3 i^o .^3^ ^oio^ai^ ^^ t*^^ ^ 
^fS loo] JSf|2 :>boa^ AviVi ^ft^ott^iaS ^p .a]\nSn '^ 

.^^ ^ uba^ }M ^,3 opt -?i;ift\,\ 07S pS,sa S^o \m3 

ai02 zoaoafS .^3o;i^ dp >^a^9 oo^ >^ihio is&2 ^a2o 

** — ^ ' » i. • 4, • ' 

99^ :0B3JS .^V*^ ^oJSbs ;^o .l;pai ^3 ^3 .^ibdo^ >a2 

'l^otxp o^S ;i^o ;^o\I .^aajkboo abo^a ^^p oof .adojl 

;o^2 ^3 ;33i pi^KO .3J^ ;i^3 ;iKos^\bba wiii^fiaa o!!^ 

jK^a&aj^d >^a^ ^2 Uj; .3bpj;o ;307oa3 ;^;l^ I Jsobo^FoL286^. 

9mi!^ ^l .isabisxi; UxJ ^o^ ;32 .0^ a^j; ^a 00/ -^4^ 
.;3A 3b02e .^o^ ^fMJsj; ;.S ^s&ax a^^ ^a 007 .ud^2 ^^ 
^ Xe^a ^2 yb^ga .^l ^^ 5^ >i|*«fr* ^aaaa oo^J 
^or aw;; j^ ^a uQ»ouao!j^a\ ;92 :\boa^ .;i2 ;o3i ;& 



623 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

■;\!aobl"i opo3o ?v><»S>i oraSAi!^ opk^ori ^07 \\,*t3o .;I^ 

007 >^y ^ojSA ousolo .Q^ ^Aa,Qia ^^^oobOAOpb ^X*i^ 
1^1 lom abbb'l :^^3^ .^Jsoa^^ ^c^^S^ ^oiis'iXil^ 

;|.2 .or^Atb ;^ ^ ^&2 p& ;ooi ^^I sad .SmI ;&3Mi 

07S 361^0 -Itshh loa\ bdAi^a ^oA ^aal^ o;*Oi2>o oj^eio 
90e?Uka ^^XmO .^>Ml i^o d;^&^i3 ;oo] ;^o .4^3 ^93o\ 
;oo) aoL ^ofo .o^^Sai k^olo bdj6i!^ ^ojs ^^fj| '^^ 

^id3 ;a^ o^o^ t^Au ^o^ 3ja^3 ^o .;^£!!i^ ^9 

99^0 .oof ^0^ ^^ o^Mi ap vf^sia ;:^o -}3utUb 
Foi. 286a. .x^ ;i^ar I ^oro \\*fO .^'swJ 5^9^20 Ji^3 .07S a»2 

^o .0^^^ ^i(M< ^la A ^e ^^ ^^9^3 ^'Sa^ ^sJSe 

oars o^^ ^o;^ ^901 ^^ ^o .;L3^3 ^^>^3 0901 

^ siA QaOJei ;3af ^S^yo .Xi^^d^s Mqjl9^k^o 073^ 

;^9lJL393 ;x& ^>i.A\,b ^or ^q*&ui2 AaoT ^of -^3^ 

^o^f;&o .^opLli v?S^^*'^ ^t?^^^ ^^ -3o7?93K3 
or^Q9l!^ 3iA ^idtl^ ;3q!iL^e .JL^i^xiaob ;iiOya^ 0Vf39^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 62 2 

.;L9i ^ ;>^ ;o^i .aoA ajStSai aad .jSaaas ^2 i^^ 
.M>5^ oIoj3 aqojid oai liaf ^idJS o^ ^jaot 'la^lp opaS^ 
oja^a oa^lp .'^^ la^ 0070 .^cnoiMl ?M»rwa ^^^3 
^iabouo^o .;&of Jfsi ilii ^^ax 0^ ^o^^i^ ^^ -o^ 03Mj| 

.;i2 ^bouo^ ^ 1^9^ ^ l9^ ^? ^\ ^'-^ ^\ \^ 
U^o^a la{ii ^^ibaxo .^a\c!i^ paol ^p ^19*^9 -^^ li^^ 

Q36s*0 4^9>^ O^ Jot >^^ I ^AbOdOeJI 990 .^0;**f>JS.bFo1.2853. 

;oor aao .^oTi^'^^? ^^ '^k^^^ -^9^ "^^ yOaj^sSi^oa 

^«M^2 .;sA>fc) ;3o^^ \^ ;taA :auoisis||e 49323 ;s3A< 
or,>«2 «N^ 3^o .;3oiK^3 Moro2ks< ;A!^ 5^2 ^qu^S^S 

tf*ai>e ;*baiX ^ ^*«& ^3>^3 ^;i^ Ici .^aa^S }^3 ^SLXjb 
ZaUCti ;^ pao .^iQ3A3 07»3 ui^io ?AV^\ 0V>*33e .oi,>«^ 
.;x^bfibt) ^ MAS ;3id eoi aib .;3q^9 ^^^ -?i>9uA ^ 

.\m3 ;fM 3AO A^^ \^\^*tfO .;I^ ;3kiQ)3 07^ "^^fiSi^ 



621 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

«!S9 ^^.^ '^^^ liJso^a^ 6s*lp isfti *^^p ^i -^4^ 

;iaao .^3^^ ;3070 .^isAtta Sibp^ is&i ^^b oo^j^ -^f^ 
Six^so ^1 ^o^ ^f^^s yibo a^isl 3A 007 xJdkS .Ah'^ 
;^i "pL 3^23 ^2 \sj^ .X^l 00] v^j^ vaeJSe .o^up 
i^is& 0070 .y.baA3 ;js*Sa3 ;Aaa ^^2 £s*oo7o .^*pNo3: 
.;:3UCd Sbo2 .'MXk23 2&^o^ 07S ^2 ^^ 9A .mJSmXm J^ 

^'1 lorn hifpl :Ab03^ ,?tS^it» 5^ ufiba aJ^ ;l^ -^^AmS 
Foi. 285a. .?\,'>Viin>2 ^ jcil JSiit I uQjuutaai ^is or,3b«boi^N il'^ ^^? 

m070JK«2 ^3 ?^,>a;^ .^303 ;S>?aixS }oo) wO]ofi^23 }oo) hiipio 
w07el^9 .a^2o 2ft^oL,ou3op i^isA2o .JlJKQiio*ap ^ooi 

^iKokkba ^3 aSi'y* .ap^o^o jS^ ^070*3^03 oooj vA<>3 

aAs, 3^*2 .^A^ ^^ ^o Ju2 ^ ^i^^ ^^^ ^1 
^2 ,?M>a<*«b 073^ ^t^3^3i MOfol^ ^vS>.ht3 ;io7 ^^oAs 
^3073 eai J6s*2 ^2 ..007^ ^2 ^» 007 .^070^2 ^iKob03 
5^2 )S2 .;j32 U-^o] 3ibp;JS %S .07A ^3^20 m0}Oujq><52o 
.^LsbOKio^ 3m\^ ;iao7 ..^aAoj^ ^isaLSjfl ;^3>^ ^ it'^P^^!? 

;4o»3a Q^O ;33dC3 ^^ifSlSO^ OJS^^ ^OfO^f^ ^AOf ^^AaA? 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 62O 

M^^atjto .ypal ij^a^hpA ^01 OAiaa .ojlS ^^o .^5 ^0730^ 
;'i303 vA obpLoe .;^o;DiS ^^^ftaj^o .v^^sms ?n'i>\vi ^61 
.0;^ ^20 bOAiisK;; -^iub eor ^07 s'^iix SbSo .JS^ 

ftai I ;aiio .\Att is&i ^aE^o^^e .0^?kjk9 ;is9o^f ;is^oA;apFoi.284i. 

is&i k^^ ^o .00) ^isMf ^^ v'^^? \\,*y .U0 5^3^00^ 
«S^ 9A ^% oaj '^oiaa afa ^ii ^apo ^.e .^Ib oi^? 
i2^j|x i^^is .^ib o7&[ao 3as« ;9Q:bKf ^euso .^0/ 90^ 

yaSfi ^oraais .^^^ aA^ yjaol, .^ox ;,yM\A<\ ^o^^ 

<S*2 ^o^io ,;iaua>i3p puo^o -o;^ ^001 6^2 ^o^Sio -JJdftoc 
i^Jli o^ ^^? '^\ ^^? P[,?^ ^.? oor 'O^^aL lorn 
«aoJSe .>^^i;ia ^ 5Pl!^ a^^o .xi^ 007 ^o^Sia mO]o^2o 

^id .;iu& a^2o .&iy^ >^ 3^;; ;iii .;^2 05 otlS^x 

.oi^ ado;; -?^il ^ -s^^iio "f^^^ ^^ ^ii? ■^\ft>'it2 



6 1 9 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

y*^p y\ ^eo) Sao .^So^^x|| ^t^? '^\ ^ ^^^? 
^oo/9 ^^ioat^ ^?*^? .uouUdai ^2 Sit i^^l^h ^si lorn 

-yOOtaO 0]S yois4? -^^^ 0.?7 ^00| ^bol .;i329 ^'S^^ 

.;o?SiS Jiai? i\^ .fi;^ ^oi^ ^ ihsixs ;3u- ;oo) iz^^o 
* o^ 3^*2 .^o\s o2 ;isMdda^9 -a^fl? ^M^ ^?^^ ^^ 

.;IiQV^3 ;[^o 'pa^i ik^osaxssp ^3^9 ^2 ;3^ iki .;m 

Foi. 284a. poL .^ qL^ 3^2 ^,9 00} .^ia .poraai I Jisi o^ aibp2 
woreA^^V^? ^^ ^^ w.«a^ .^2 wM3ioe3po ^'i<>^ ^,?9^ &• 
ial %oa, iS^ 3^'2o -l^osf, JSiipu*3 ^ htta^ 99 s^aaicui^ 

^okks ;^2 ^2 .?:<y.ari ^3 o^^N29 ^S>!^ uOjou^Jala ^x&p 

iS3i^2 9y.^ .31^2 ^Orsai ^sio -^^$0 ^C«3 X^^ Ao 

^oo73 ^fso^'2 ^ ael2 1^ ooo; ^3^2 :^9^ .^a) ^ai y^2 

.:33f3ij ^ o^ lom 6sfi^ vIo7 .or^i>ii ^oS ^o^o^s ;alb 
^ 5^icaiM^i3 '^2 .^'iaop qS obfSJCd .^^oTsi^ ^^^^il 99^ 
.;3^£Sf3 ^2 3d^ .;&^&abpo ;oo] ^^^a \\,ye .^asid 
.or^^o^ ^ ^oJCixj^ loo] l^ )So oja^ \Mao^2a ^aSt 
?3aX>tS ^Jikki liso02 ^ ssil ;^2 .^o^ia ;^eaaiii^>bpa9 
a^^a:i2o .^auM* ^j^i oof a o?^^*^ •^ M>^? ■?V"t?ft>ii? 
&i2 joAa %!St UJ>t,2 .ofaJnonja hicl a^n:^ aL^e -l^^'^ 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6 1 8 

^e .;is*&3^ ;is^oa;b9 isil l>a )So l^ol ov^ ^yja 
oiS hiiil .^2 A JbQOX .ibblo ;d^Qaud^ jso^'l .^i oor «;kibas 

p^ }>booa }^o ^f3 J(b\ :q^3^ .l^^i^ ^3M ^isaM3 

om o^ a^'i .^ojSi ^ ^oiL I ^dai ^^ tSo ^ois&i foL 283^. 
^o^kbob ^ ^ .^\^w% 00/ o^ 9^2 -^i^ ^ ^i 

^isiie .^0109^2 ^ ^^ ;S;; -^,.?^ ^ ?f?9^ ^ v?^^ 

isfti a^'i .^Axe ^JSea^fio 3o^ ^06^ ^y.2 ;S.^.>i ^ora 
^ yoa^ t!^^o -yy^a^a £s^2 ^«3 ^om >^.a^ ^9** A? 

.;L^i oor ^fj^o .^070932 ^o>S {i^ a ikoi i\y,y .^0^07^2 
^o^a e>ioj[o .oope^o oof ^abooaa oi^^^ap jtai^ ^bo2o 
.;q^i ^ ^39^ o^ t^sai^ ^a H^ y\ ^o»* .^aj 
ftwajc2 o\2a .^aoa ^aio ^ auA ^ ^ x^ a^2 ziS'^6s 
.cfsaii 6sotol^ J^ :s*oo) ^a!^ -wsla^ ^2 1>^1 ^ ou2 
007 0070 .JSuia wa!» a^ ■< mS*i>!> aa ^m 007 qi!^ a^2o 
apfxom lorn S^isal ^a ^ .^nooi ^'^ ^ora bbej; ;^2 
a^a ojadi \>< ;ooi 9^*2 3a^a ^m ^^a ^o -^^Aa 
is&i MaJEbo -^J^*?^ ^2a ;au(d isM?^ ^a .07S aM2 awMii 
isaboj^ ayi^ .^3A o^ a£02 .^ 3^|| ^a 007 .0;^ abbi^fisa 
lorn ^ '^akai 07^ 3^2 ^e^se .miIs^ 5^2 ^2 y^Saty ^a 
poitisxjk ;3JCD 007a A2 .isii ^ }3oa 07u3^ po^kx^a 




6 17 SAYINGSAND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.oaMikii2d ^o^ ->oo;iS 9^2e ^S ;isabax^ oshade ^Ji:oS 
.do^ yOo{^ 9d92o .^bocsds ^ i^Ati ^9^ ;\to> ^ 

.yoa!^ 9^2o .;<^\yc )%3U ;i!axA ^o;^ t^^jo ->^A^ 

.^o^ Si02o .1^^ ^,?^ ^>^^ oiaubo .^^Ay ^op ^HL^ 

.Jia3^ ^oor 990 .^^i2 ?»i,fi»%23 .Sj\h . ouM&isls&a \\,bo 
eao^b .adb'le .oo^ ^oo) jo^^bp b*3 007 .bb'>toA o^a 

S4\ ^ .}>3^9 IjU^ 5^2 ^^Syiis* \>S>h ^ciu yKoS 

ab3i^ obfxd .^2 htjofuuks ;3^ ;lS3 o^ aae .;&kuo^ 5^2 

.^y<.«S ^o^x*^ ^.AjlSb^a ^i^ }9mo .^oAo ^2 

3^;;e -c^S flsa\ ^bi^ ^ ajy^ ^juabp .;aa2? ;is!i^Qa;!aS 
MOkSaoio -liaiA 07S ^91 .ojXibA^is ^a^fS ijkcSsa ^2 

si^ .^^b ;&3k^ MS ;oo! 9A .^3tt Op isAa ;isAtA 

^O .iSoA^ l^^P 073i^ ^^?4^ \j^ -^9 ^^ ^\ ^?^ 

;^ .0^ 3^;;o ^m jkoS ;^;;o om lauao .or^^^ iSf2 al2 

.^2 007 o^ 3^20 .^2 07S X0j^o -^2 ^ol ^2 o\a2 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6 1 6 

i^a^i a^ifl^ .a^'io i^? oo^ loo] uQ>A^o .}3o ;oo! 

k«boii I ^9ord^p ^2 ;^ ^o .Js^ ;*^ ;a;|3 .o^ ^'i .mm2foL282^. 

j^23 ^,\tntta ;ooi yJ.^ ;^o dof ^aud MoroaixcLs ^» ^ooi 

6^^ii^ ^3 ^Aouiwb .0^ Joo} iMJI .MOjojtdkiiS do; 1^1 
iii^o ;^SiAS^^^ v^ >&ioS aA ^f2 .;ai lyaf .^cda 

07S 30)2 .^2 o^ aqp2 .^J^edu^s ^^2 .^a^ o^ xiii ,l6skA'p 

oji 3ifi2 .;i«7f ;<H^b o?^ ^ U2 ^ ;i;; .;3tt 

jlaJ^i ea^o -^?,?'^ ^ ffc^VbaS ^i*^ ^af ,1^2 Sit^aj 
.;a»b9 ^aS 1^0^ ^ ^,2 :a^^^ .^0^3 ^baSosS ^'ys* 

A^ ^? }fM .^>^ ;oqf ^^23 ;3l^ 5^io .;no3^ yo^i 

5n(,3^^doro .;»3A* :aajb ^ ;3d^^ yooi^ ^Nio .^o^^^2 
^oo?3 ^o .yO&JI m*«a2o ^ovbpaub o^bMd oiisiXtb o^li^ JSj23 
>^32e^.?>\Si*i 1^2 ^3 iso^oi .;3ohOfbp 30^3^ oa^ ^saoS 
kkox .sop: ^e .soAa v a ; bftt i.3 v^fj^o .^cuMaisiias ;3iCd .o&j; 
^H^^^iaB ;333baa3 ;«W3 .^3b92o ;,33;: :aL ^A^iiabob 

^f ;A3 ;a3^ 0001 y » n > \,>H> SAO .;^3*33 ^k^23 .^ suisi 
eswjie .^a» ojboi^ oSj^ .^o^ 3^;| ojcaox ^ ;m jso^ 
.;i3^oiQi oi» .Sa^iQ>;; Abax 99 050 .^3l ;iabc^ ;l^3 o^ 



6 1 5 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

?iitil?tf3 ^3kSao .9u^ ^ol o/^o^ a^ao -ofi^p ^^? ^scil 
.282a. .qx^ 9^13 0^2? «^2i>fb9^9 \a^»^ OCT I ^mI Ipf '^}^y 

o^^a ^^ ^ ^.P^T^^ .07^3^ ^o ^3^a ^db .3^ 

;3ja93 Ml aa ;^3 ;L!Ld3 1^*13^1^0 X:^or ^k±} .;>Art^ 
;42o .jjo^^a ;jQ»j^isisso ^Sa ;307 ;x^ ^v? ^^V?^ 

\^ '» < f ' ' I ' I !• f I ^ • • . • ' f 

^.3oae J^CsAbOf ^339939 390 .cioA3aJs2o ojSm&o .ubo^ds 
.2^03^ ^A^6s2o .t\*2au303 Vs^'^a ^oo? ^I*33oo .^i&^&o 

;3wA ^93 <^923 .^aijCD ^ 3mi S,\*ja OOQJ ^3392 :^3JS 

d^ll Aatioonb ^io .mO!03u23 ;33^ J39&b .&3ia ^ 

yoo^that'^o ^:ifloo2 list's ^f^ y^ .^^I sao ■^Aaukb ^oo) 
^'ii^OM yooi^'ys^ OOO] ^sumIo .^3^ 090; ^AamP9 -^^92 
.baS ^op;a3 oboJtii -^is333 ^bk^ niy^f) ^3 sa .^oas 

;^ ^ -J^O^SA o'or yOiJI JlfM ^O .^0^3^ i^^^ C>^0 

0uAisxj^3 ^o; 07!^ ^3^2 -wi^bbL^ ^3^ -3^'2 3a JILOm 

(^ >Jio7^i^ 9393^i^ is*^2 ^a^ ^^ '??>^,'? ^<'' .or^oS 

.Jsi^ 5^ isA ^3 ;a:or .^o^istso )^ 00] ;^abbu2 9a IsJso 
*>o*iJko oyt*VtS ciQAOA w*3k*oro .;^ol33 ;^o )ibM3 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6 1 4 

>'^lo ofilStya OLX^JSj^e .^fs lom )^^1? ^ l^i 2^2 St'yi 
^iapo'p ^ l»^7 ojx^o -<LfiU9f3 o^sli ^v^s JS*oa) ^^3 

JS*23 jd2 op ;ooi a^bpkLp Sk^ }^?^ ^'^^ ^ ^^ ^9^ 

•01 ^3kMMp }3^ mOToX^ }ooi hhjAie .^bax mOIqj^ Jooi 

l^sea^p ^lio6s IPfO oaj ^2 lorn a 2^ .oytA^Vya .^IsiiS lom 
^ak^b ;\«a>Vfle ^ou'ib .^la^oiO}^ o^l^a 5^2 ^suS^a 
7^axl2o .Qfi^^y^y ^oo] ;*9^ }^&ta^ 0^0 .oiS ^^auS^o 
^ ;oo! «3o> o\y*^ ^o^ia .;a^2 9^ ^oo! ^i^ai ^oJK 
^2 .y&oyiabo o^^kd^o ^ MMie uba5 ^ofoau^o .^e ^tauS 

.^ t^cuxb ^Q^ Imo .IpfO oaj 1^2 ;oo) ai^ .^S>tia 
5^ia ;\jb oor ^m2 ^SbOkXe .^ ^^V? ^.>f^ ^^9^? '^^aX^o 
dai ;^2 .;&aL^ ^ J^i ajs^ ^i^^l i^p .abp'la U^ 
cm eoj tSiAor 9\m2 .opdi is&i Aola 2!» .mO)o^ :zlMa^ 

"I ,• 1^ 

[o^io] .off^a^^a .^' ^ft^a Joi j»rn\r> .007 ;^2^ o^ ^V^2a 
.;;Iio ;s3^ o^ \h\Tt> aA .;ooi .■nV'ffoa oora op\^ 
oor ^2 ^^ ^ ^9 ^or aisa .oy t Ai \ opiAi ^,ab*oro 



6 1 3 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^9^3 ^o .0^ M«ds5 or^ouo^i ^9 »\\,v> .loo] ^afi) 

iStiri !^^o .o^iso ^^^ o7^oS loo] isAa ^auo oof 

^073 ^oro -Ji^ox 007^ lox ^j^ofao loa\ Moro&M.23 
.orfSoS ^007 ^07 ^ia p^Sb^ i^o .op ^001 JS^2 ;\ia>< 
.^aactta ;|^2 aa ^oio^ktsivta ;&of -3^*2? A^ ^ ^isx2o 
oor -079;^ £sM*&lsisj^o ^<99P ^^f)^ ^ ^^? mO)oiL4x Miisd 

^fM oi^3 ^ ^2 Ao ;^2 .^oqf ^opo ^2 ^laJQjai ^a 
.a>bp2o ^^0732 ^ ^2 lorn ^ftOK^p :i^9^ -??^9 ^^^ii^ 
^00) kXbDduaoo .^ftAoAinSa ^aksathbo xl ^Lm* ^oo) 6^29 
^aa^ ;isi*,aM Jop ^3 ^007 M ,?ia\\< as a^ ^a^ 07!^ 
^o -^io^^abo o^llka ^ ^oS^2o .^*boo ^^ao ^3^^>< >m 
eora ajuaxafso ^a kOl;! .^aa ^a^L^ao ^3^0713 ;^attte ^ 2 
.^'al^ )^2o .6sfM aa 07^0^x20 .^baJS cf7^ ^^^? ^>*^ 
.^aaor ^ ;i2 ^ib ;S .a^2o ;*ab9 ^aij mOIo^I Xv* >^4^9 
;aiu2 ;Li3 iLx^ 007a .;io7 oisA ^ae^a ^,a^ -^a^ 
;^2o .^07*001 ;iiaa7 ;ia^2o ^AS ^Ai? ^oro -^Ltt^il 
.pas* ;au^ ;aaL^ x^ ;^a ear .07S a^2o ^aA^ or^o^ 
^a ;&or .;^ au^ A^i ^^ mS^a A? .^ao7 ^ad^2o 
^*2o .;lo7^i ^a^oao ^i'^a ;oo7 ^a^? )^>V^ ^?^ 
^^a .;aao7 ^ y^l^ .S£kb .^a^ea ^adaa 5^2 07^ ;oo} 
tSiii ^07^' A (sic) ^««.<ny't» aa .^g\ Abpta ^e .^Antaa maIsu 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6 1 2 

>»;; ;^i^ yoiK ^,?^,? ^9^ ^o .?\,"hmj[S ^en 390 
^ ^^3 ^^f^ }^? .oisii ^3doid .;l2 kikibox .^o;^ 

.^^is^ 6s^9}? hip '\^?^ U^ ^2 ^3^ .;Iagdtea>Si3 

00) .o.VaS>y ^aia ^ba^b ;ai .^aaoio osVjSx;[ o^>^ 9^ 
.cdla aoMla .^aapM ^laf jSp )Sl .;sao7 oS .a^jl ^» 
.^aor >^Aao b» oaaisaE2 JVoe .00^^ o^dax aa .oioro 
a^'i :o .^ba^a oi^SAUaAa • eaoM& Ao yOopcfSa . ea^a 
ooo! ^Al^oboo .^93 ^^0732 ooo! ^isla .}auca ^ a^ loo] 
ixa ^ 9m ^cnJsLa ^^ ^a lom Mo .^a^o*? AN>*iay 
^ii^ ^iiM a ^ ^ a^ -^^^ loo] 1^0 -^ofM lom li^o 
^^^ tOOT^ fluu .;laM2 AN'^io^WiS o^a ^ois ^o .^o^^o 

ois^o .^a^o* i^^" ^N>N>*?^.a o*aa: ^a&^ ^o .^uoa 
.^^Kqsi ^ jdi aM2 :9 .la^iS oooj ^>>inaf^o -^^Xbp ^ed^ 
o^ ^o JlMai 9u^ .^aaabaa MOicdois ^i ^aX ;oo} JS*2a 
.^JKouboopoa ^Ati ^oo) Mooiy.^ ^*i>oai ^a 6ai -^aj^ia 
I 'lai^i :seS o^ ;ooi X*2 A>ia> J^ .}a^i as ^,a oof 
^oiL lorn li^ ^3A oofo .^tltvyl oof ^SLa^o ^a JEa\Foi. 281a. 
^K^a ;!0a^ o^adf ^^^9^93 ?:>!S^,ft> t^Hiio ^9^0 .^lo^Si 
^ Okiaopo .adoia Jibaxo .2aa; 1^ >^s^ X0010 .^IbaatS 



6 1 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

60kbA3E9 ^070 .;^oduM Jis*2 S^ Aa .yokoAi A*3 
;a3(^3 ^^is^i jil^ .^|uca 67^ 9^*2 .^^bau*!S' oiV^iss2 ^^Ja 

OO^JI .^O^ ;3^2 .^3Jsi OOP ^ ^9|**^? O^ -^ t*^^ 

hiapi .^a^ ^^ yoa^ ^^ ^If^ .^aor yoa*^ ^2 ^$^ %i^ 
^3 .;i:392o ;IaM^ 99 ^.Jdtf ^,a^or .^^Ji^i ^is ^ JSfSl 

^a^db ;^23 ;i9^2 .;oo; a^fi «f^o 9^ ^$^ 19^ ^^ =? 

'u£S*2o .Ttiyia ^^* wOioa^M £S^\;90JS2 9^0 .loo] >*^^l 
aa o^ V3kbo2o .u.isx2o ^C^ <^^9 -"^Q*^? ^'?^^ ^.T* ^ 

;'iho^ aA .;3i ;l2 :k^ ;^flusi^ «^ ^.?^ -^2 y^^^ 

a^;^o 4^0 .iai ;^3: ;S ?i>n\ ;aai .^tisx2 i^o .iSica^ 
;i^a .^23 frii ;,aio ;Sli ^cL ;iao iiai XdLx ^ .vA 
^ is^i ^£x ^O .^ 3^2 .^ 07S ;i2 3bp2 .^JKM 

;i2 '^l .jcL ;l^ ;^a .od2 ^ hSi %^o ;'!» ^^om 
isii ;aJ: 5U&5<L ;^ ;&3^ ^o^ .20 .A hiioi .^ .06 

F0I.2803. vAdAJ^ .A adoi .;lS .0^ ;i2 3bo2 .07S I ^E ;!o^a .ou23 

.6;!!^ isii A<0ri^ ;S .^2a .^s^aJb ^ ;^a^o bUo&fdso 

.r-:.- ^^4^^ ^f^^OfM^S o^ ^,3^ -vA a^bpi .;32 ^2 .07^ ;l2 hioi 
.^3^2a ;liaa^ ^ ^2^ "^^^ ^^ -^^ofii^ ^ ^^w 
;o^ izA ;hAa .^^f ^^a: ;i^o ^9 ^J^ Oi ^^> 

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000) ^^3C^ :\ -^fl^ »ti.\>\ ;<^09o .^ ^jJa^ ^o^l 

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JSoo) ?^^3 ^?c^ o'^a^ ^3 '^9^ ^^ ^*|?? ^^ ^^ 
aA ^j^ ^?\^^ .^oo) ?^a>a'y ;i^o ^j^ ^fu«^9 yoojbojl 
oio^fM ^ ^3 .QA07 I yOOT^ao;^ $H^^ j^^^^ ^f2Foi. 280a. 
£so^ ^bao ^3 m9| ..oo^is ^Lais oa^2o .iisHei^ <ASiSt 
>SUJk^^ ^oo! 2l9^o .AN'^*ifto a>a^ ^ ^o^ ^ialiio .^a^ 
^0^ ^ai ^o^ ^ .^du2 ^'2 a^MX ^a aa .;jsl!5^ 
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o^^o .?AV^*ift aA ;La^ ^o!^ '?^9 ^9^ ^^ /?^ r.?^ 

99 .w&ai ;I^ ^lAor .67S 3bp2o ^^?f^ ^\^iM*i AW*ift,a 

<Kooi jiajs Kk^ai«isl .oj^ ^i^ax aa hua ^o; .^^olo wa^kkl 
H^aor a^ woi 4^ .!lb yoa^fu«j[a ;i2 ^^a .^a^boio ^ILd aA 



6 1 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^9^ ^ o£ ;baSb .^Ntljui 'J.b^ ^ ^ ^baSb .yoa^2 

;abo73 ^isii ^I^ .^SLO o^ ads'l .w^'S' QkV^isa:! ^^Lb 
00^2 .^o^S ihlial .^bjsi OOP ^ ^^^? ^^ -tr ^^^ 
9^*2 .mSs ^is ^oa^ ikl ^^ .l^^oi yoa>^ iLl ^^ ;i^3 

.yoa^^l, labors ^2 ^Isa H -^^ vf?^ ^^ ^^ ^^ V*? 

'u.JSi.2o .Ttiyia ^^A MOiop^M is^^isl 990 .2eo) wmX^^2 
aa 07S ^'i9o2e .Mfisx2o ^Im Xfibso .uq»^o ;'ibB^ 001 o^ 
;'ab0^ aa .;32 ;l2 JKa^ ;:souXi^ ^ H.9^ .;i2 UM^^ 
h^lo 4^0 .fiSfti ;jai a ?l>fliS ;aai -fr^^^ii ^o -<H?>^ 
;iDS> .Ju29 kii ;3i:o ;a^ ^Am ^ ^^^ >^ v^ -^ 
;V^ ^fti \di3: ^o .uS a^'l .;^ 07!^ ;i2 ab02 .^iS^ 
;i2 abp2 .J(2^ ;l!!S ;^b .od2 .ii.< is&2 ;9i:o ;!iii0 5UidoM 

isfti ^ai 5H^ou« A^ ^^ ^ojs .20 .uS 3do2 .;S .06 

Foi.280^. ^,3^;; .A abpi .;^ .qS ;i2 b^'i .o^ | ^la ;bAb .cu23 
.6^ isai ^f^ibo ;iS .ou2a l^yh \.L ;ax^e Jdo&fdso 

' «. « • , / < » ,1" II 

la^ :a& ^b .^f ^Jsa: ;iSo ^9 ^S %^ ^ix^> 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6 I O 
lisll ol .^^a^ ^^^ ^ ^,3m ^3bOi|3 02 .^33^ ^ 

.^^os^ ^H yboax&3 ;3^i ^3 ^ao^^SJI : o^^aduA 
eor 3>ft>^\ ^mSJc;; ;:^ 990 .^ ^f ^^^ V?^^'^ oS>nii ^ 

;:03^3 .^o^A ^ ^^ ^?oox ^boujbi .^001 ^33 ;» 

000! ^doc^ :\ .^o> >t\S.>\ ;^03o .^a U^^ Jlo^i 
JNooi }^^b ^?c^ obbpJ^ 333 .^o^ ^1 6s»ap ^ai \4< 

OlO^fM ^ ^3 ^QAOJ I yO07^30;;S ^>i^O ^4iS3i^ ^flFol. 280a. 
JSoS ^SbOd ^3 m9? ..OO^is ^3^ 03^20 .jiJStXtt^ oAVl,Sn 

.^'^3 £soo! ^la^ao .A^daboo so^ ^ £soo) ^aaJdo .^sis 
^o^ ^2 6seS iiit .^ou2 ^al o^^dodc ^3 39 .;^l[5^ 
•iL^'Ss ^ ^3? ;307 $axa^ o^ 3ibA ;b^3 .07!^ 3bo|^o 

^ .uis&2 }I:v^ ^or .6^ 3^20 ^^^^^ ^\\%m^ A\v»i*ift.a 
^oo! ^la^a Nft^a^isI .oj^ {^>^ 9^ ^.? ^.7 -'^^?^ wSm^*! 

H^sor 3«^ wo] ;i» .'Jb y09wii|Mj;3 ^1 ;I3^3 .^b^oio ^I^ a^ 



609 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

oo^ mO>9mO .}3A 007 aj6seS Jiki, AtU 990 .m07q*^5 

.;;I^ 5^ ;a3^ .07!^ 9^20 ^o^.^^ ;o9m ^ o^^> ;^i 

07^ )^\b0O .^ .07^ Sbblo ls*fM 713^ ;iaSb .isii Atiid 

;S ^3>iaS^ ^3>^9bb0a ^s ;jbf o;!^ ^tfSo^b ^a ;i2 
;^aiJ023 ;^Q]i!«o;3 ^070^2^ .5^' ^hp ;adi!^ ^a2 iSfsH^ 

>jQ>,>\,h*ii ;3i ^f9 ;oo) ;iS^ ^9 99 ra -"^.t^^ ^^^ 

is^Vp >^?^ ^ ^M^ -3^^9 Aid o^ ^isx2 .oiisiXtb 

eoi ui3 ttb .^MdX^ ;^L9kboa jk*29 wia mK9^3 ^osbaS 

F0I.2795. .;jS9iS«^9 lorn More^*29 o)9\aM o7,su;3 I ^^u^e .^95^ ;3iO 

;9iJo .iSshJ. iai 1^2 ^itfi .^Att 9^«. ^9 99 .;is4 o^ 

OCT ^o/iso^ 9^2o m^cr\o^^ ais^o sa'iihislo .ojiseS ^1 

^ ^9^;; -^9^9)^0 ^ Ni^2 ;;d.5^ ;39oS^o .Aboiy 07^ 

^u^oj .079 ^'^l ^,? ^07 .^j^Im^o^ Moro£^2 ^A:ao JSmAo; 
;a94< ^ ^o*^ ^'{^ ?^*ftM ei ^ ^9mm JifAX^ A? -^2 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6o8 

.^30^ lorn ^swMJS^ 990 .0^ ^oailia ^^V 9!?^ ^9^ ^i 
.092 kSi t^i .^ v?^<? ^^^ -^aioio ^o^ Mo;oOf3i 

^fti ^o^Sis M^o J^^o ^o .^fl^ ^i y4^^ilo .a^ 

Ma>^i :f3^ .;3y^ aa ^flo a^Jbat li^ofo .ytX^ 9a woroai^ 
\i •'* • /•' ' "' ••• 

or^Oiba^^ ^ox ^oho t^iubs ^iay^ia .033^ Isi .^ ooai 
o^OmS^ ^oo! ocu^ ^i k^i ^or .o^OmA^ ^073920 .^323 
.0^30^ \^ «?^*? ?f>>!lk^ 5^2 ^oo! u07e4*2o .^3^ ^2 

>UQ»«^QA> ^2 J^io ■?io^»ft> ^2 }00) mO!0^2 ^J^OfO 

.0)iS>S.Q3 .;A^ O;!^ |lOO} uOI0^2 ^or -JlaOiba*Z3 ^30r03£l 

9u^ 33i :\3N .}b3ba^;33 ^2 ?»^3 ;oo; ;3jbo ^oo; J*^o 

^ ;33 ^3 jsoo] ^^LmS .;!iM A^a or3u^is^ ;m v^ 

.i^o^ 07bpA< ^ajplp ^^ ^2 ^,3 oof 4^M yooikk^ 

;32 ;33 .3^20 ;|\o ^^o .;xqS js • o^is2 J^Zjsii 990 

;Iap hO^ .;Ioro^ ;^3o .ilso liaj loboyg J^ Abo Ayi3 
•o!^ao3^ s3o^ o6w& ^i^3 ^o .^2 00/ A^? "^4^ 

^ai^ ;«mo .^Im ;^kha&3 ;33A }xo^ Uti ^^ 1^2, zmSjs 

^Lyx ;ioI 5^2 ^0^23 ;^03o .lyy* ^eS ^^b ^399 

jQMAdi ;3i3 o!»>S>Q^ ;^2 ^ 9k«l ^fs «Sf;; :^3d^ .^oroSS^ 

Moro>^2o pifls ?nteS m0^9mo .;JSoa ^ Sm^o .^Vylflftjla 
Ibor ^fA ;<^i oof ^3 ^oojf loan .Ihox ^2 ov^ }ooi 



6o7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;^i^ ^o^Aii ^?^^ -^?.^ '^^ ^^ ^^^^ -^o^j^ 

^3^2 ^aisao .^oo) ^ibb ^'^ yOo{^ o^ $^^? '^? 

.;2l5^ ^M ojiseS is^^lo .^o^ ^32 £SoS ^f? ^^11? 
Foi.278^.,^ei^ ^al^ ^VCM^ ^ 3^ ;I\^ I loo] 3^93 J(i2 ;oro 

hap '^o^ ^2 ^o2l^ o^29 )bu(d9 ll^ao M07oa2 ;^ aAs 
■^ ,looj ^o ^N ^oo! ^^*o .1^*!?? i^h'is ^ 90^ 6>is*2o 

;«diV^a >^^? ^^9?^ ^ ^^ -^^^ ^^ ^ ^ -^ 
^i^ao .;&ouiQ)& )lSs^ ^o^ ^.?\? -^9^ ^^? ^^t^ 

JS^sXpi 9kA MiS ;a2 .A ax^o a'x&hs .mN«2 ^30/9 

;d^3JS2 isA2 ;3^ . 11 .Abp2o ^ 99 .mo;o^3 6scS iLhi 
}ka> of^J^o .mCTo^ oS^o o^ ;i&ar ^A^ ^Mo .u^ 

^^ia ;a1m2 ^ usdio -^o^ ^2 JSoS ;9ui«bo o^aii ^o 

.;^i^ ^t^oi op^ 990 .;&07 ?»V\,\ mO^^^o^mP :9M2 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6o6 
;^dCi^ :\9JS .O^^MQ^S ^oS ^,?^ -^^ ^,?^ ^.?^ 

^cno» is^4^ ;i<^od ;Liia I .^ '^iioi ^si .03^:020 ;^iFoL278a. 

}^i ^ 9^1 O^ A!^ .^&^ ^ ^fcl^ 3AO .mLa>3 ^O^ 

^ ^2 ^^2 .^auEd ojU^ M)j| w4^^o 3^0 -?m90^ 
;i^oi3 ^^9^ ^e^ *^^ ^'^ ^^ -^^^ ^ v?^^ ^*^^ 

^ ^iiai ^po u ^.?^ .;m o^ 3^1 .;3Vp ^?^ ^^ 

;eor ^lOfo^ ^^3 ^3M«3pe .^v^atS U070L2 \^9 .^i^oS^ 
^rud 0070 .07S iSi^ >^4^9 ->^?? ^^ o'^ ^^9 -^^\^ 
c6t^ ^o -^^orb "p^ tSa ^2 oor ^belo .^d^ ^ ubbi^ 
;sobo ;3i iVy,^) ooo! ^3^2 :orb^ .^o^A ouidi ^07^ 
.;^3023 dyi^oby^^ ^;l^ -;^;^4T^ ^oo; tSjL 39 ?\,>Hft23 

jk^issj^o .;1^ ;^bo^ vA ^2 ;is*^ ^^bwiis .b^j^o <^?o 

«3m .^oI ybO 3w^O .1^3^ ^O t^0^3 .b3023 A^ 07^ 

\x)^ ^ )^j; .^K o^ ;oo! JS«So .^^o^ais ^;S^oA> o)^o^ 



605 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.Ji^oSk^ ^ a^ia^ ^?^o .013^ 01JS397I0 ^m >^aLA 
lorn xsL 99 kA>^^ ^i :3^ -l^^ ^?o^ ^sb t^o 

.2776.601 5^2 .9mi ^^amA 5^*nSp I ^A JlfM .^Lm >^03>3 
990 .oof ;^i^ loO] t^IS^O ^3LA '??^9 -^^^\^ ^^^? 

.0&07 iso^ ^2 .:zii\^ piSy-flO bdxiMis2 otlx^^boa i^ 
yoao; .oof ^^^t^h ^070^^2 ^a^i vA 03>^j^ .0^ ooo) ^SmmIs 
i^Ai^ 3^2o .007 A;\>t1,b or^oS ^|ua ^akti^2o .07S OaO^ ^*3 
.;o^i :g3^ ^^oS^ aoro3u2 \^ 990 .;i^^ ooo; ^fholbs 
os^ 4^ 3^2 .j:i^ ^kb 07S abb2o ..^^ oor oi!^ ub 
^JB?a JKSoiuo ^^vif^ii }^?>^ -^iio 4^ ^? o.?7 .5^^tt9 oof 
^ILmaS 073^X1 M&'ix tSaolo .yAytio ^ b*9 oq .?,ai>a{.(ft^ 

o^ ^99i<f}? ^^'^ \9^>^^l^? v5^ UQ3^^ Ail -^^ 
?,ifl\L 9£i pu^ ^3^ ^fi? ^9^ (^fil :.33JS -yui^ ^odoju^&o 
^oo) ^*2o .uQ30A&o^i ^aia ^o^ uQ^ < .^oiQ^ ^2 ^o^ 

;l^ ^9 00) .013^3 ^^ ^99^ ^f2 990 .ofM 07^p4' 

;^2o .^^UCD^ 07^is*2o X'istalSMp ^i^^ A'2 .5^ ^^>il 
jB>>*Vboa 007 5^2 .m07oSV^'S t^ 073^3 ^ M070^kb iS^ 
o73d^ o^ijbdso .wll^ MOfoni ;a;i9o ..qs2 ^sdub 07!^ }oo7 

2007 A^sJ ;i^ v*^ ^^ .^aA3 M07oSV^ ^O^ ^N^ 9>^ 

uQ>«^o o^ ^007 ^ ^^nys ^007 sduca ^^l^j^ .007 ^a*^3 
.;*ofoJS ;lS9 ^sum^o .sit^ J:to5 ^aO .0^ a^f^o 4^9 .0^ 
.oT^JS mO^^m sao .uofoai ^oS ^sos o'of Jli^ao )oLb 
MS 007 .jlsi^ojQ) o^9o2o .?ajta^ 07S 9\jq» ^o ofsabo 
\V3P ->9«W* feo79 ;oo7 ;55 a^, ;S ,J^^>.l ^ aa 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 604 



.jQ>*^oo U^l lom ^2 :9^ :;;k^3^ JaiiO JS^^a 

^0^3 ^i»\<i> .j^ytMaa U>'2 ^ JO^S^tJOjop ^k*2 993 

;^o ••Sd^ ^007 ^IfiA ^is^ai ly** ^070 I .^ ;^as o^bft^ FoL 277a. 

afi^a^ .qS aApi .^kO^ ^^^L^ia I201 ^rio^ 6^ ^«2 ^ 
^ jso^a •>^il ^o Any 6^e .jcila ^is^ }oo) ^u^i 

^oaS .isoS ;^;^^ o;S abbibl .;aLo 07S aboi .^d^oao^b 

lo'is^ a\6scS loQ\ isklo .JS«bo JS^ '^^l h>3 mOT .^isii 
o^ 3^i[o .6;i0o ^ia ^ b^j^ ^e Atiy >u>boo .^i? 
&9)[e o^ba^ ^^^ M*?? -MO^A^oisbao ^i .Milob^ ^is .^slo 

^JA 4^o^§ ^^? ^^^^ ^^ -^44^ ^^ ^^ ^f. 
.A ^laJL.'aa yiis*3a .abbZo ^smM eo; .^)li59 ^o .;Xiaao& 

« ' 0\ I * • II 'lai* '/# '•/ » #1 

^b^ ^07 «aaoe .^ao 07^ aasl .^a^a ^aa Km*^ 
.^^Ma ^ .JiLkdBil^ ^^2 yCAOi IZ2 ^3 ofMk 99 .jiiN^'>t1> 

.^a ^3 ;3<77 .^lor ^3^00 ^o^Si aiii^ ^^ t\y,y>e ^o? 
07^ oa^i; oi^;^ 990 4c^i^ ^ao .^a ?ti*Vii ;q;^i ;3^a 




603 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Foi. 276^.00/ lAbooS^ ofjhyat ^ .^iLau ^idf oi^o^ alsaa Jape 
..032 Mue\£iLtbb oa^ A? -OT^ 3^iio >i&<io\,ai liil Jso!^ 

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^Adia 3^^ JS*2 .;^ao^Sb ^i ^i.^xijbo ^Aiaa ^2 ^2^^ 
tldla ;L2 1^07 ^ai^ .;js'3aab9 ;^od^ ;a^ ^^9? ^ 

oo^;;3 .3^2 ^o5 ^2 :o;^Js .\^o :sib9 ;L2 ^ ^ibo 

isii hdjEOi^ .v^orouAsaKo i^,S^ ;l^3 s^^^b^o ^301 ^V^i^? 

A2 .;3or li^ 1^ ^39^ A? oi^ 3^Ji^ ^,?a2 .o^jIs^ o^ 

.;^odu^S ajst^ k>A2 3Aho ;3op -^^ '?9^ A? ^-^ 
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07S 6sf2 i^ cm .;^oduts uiO^ Ao }^ A? ^>^b ^ 

.;^H-b ;>3S^ ;i2 ;fp^? .;^»ai?> jai ;ooj bi'2 r^^ 

.^o'a^s oor ;be32^ ;32 bbo2 z^JAii, .^2 aoL byi^a bbb'lo 

mOJooxom 07S 000} ^biola .pM ^ao >S\,y oooj ^b^2 

.^laof ;oo] A -^00) bboie .is*2 «32^ bw^e ;3i:0ol J:io^b 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 602 

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^,9 yOa^pis .;i«0*L99 ;Mi»fv<t>I m1 9M2.b9S9 ^9JSj; }iO^ 
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^o^So .oof ;^2 o^ 9bp2 .^att ^e^o .^sud o^ 9b02 -iii^, 

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I .jQ>aQ\i2 ;3i xoA 29qv^ o^ ^^fi; .^k ^ ^'^H 



6o I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

o^ ^AbpJSlo .o;«^ Ao op uJQjaio .^kb O^ ^OO) 
9db2o oi3d[^ sbiio .oiaaAjsZ h^ou ybo yJiao .^oao ^3^ 
0}^e^AA 2fMO .«^92 9A v*5 00/ .^Sa!^ o^b ^f .op 
^o^ ^2 ^bkbo MJS^j(^ -o^^ MO)oLa 3^iio ')^? X^'^ 
%6m aoL ^3 ^oaor .5^9 JB>iJo o^adft ^3^0 .^3^ o^Sa 

.m9£I «lS wmA^ ;S ^9d09 ^07 CAbOS oj^ Sbb20 .O^S wAd 

^olJ^ JS*^ MaSk^29 ^£Sj^ 99 -MOiooi^ ado^ ^9 007 
.;:^b2 o;]^ ;&o^b uS ^a2 udshbA^ ^3^2o :s^90 .1^* 

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?i*Aq^ ^ai ;^'|^ '^?^ ^^2 isfti ^or .J07 >^9tl^ o^b 
.^ait V^?^ "^ 5^jil& oi^oduS^ ^ojSio .^^aJsoaa 
^ ;u2^ v^23: ;^2 :^^ -^aA'^i^ ^or ;^2 bof aa^ 390 
iysait .;o7^H«il ^auMf tldio A^aiouia ou)^l -M?^^ ^^ 
More^ji2a ^a>3 ^ib y.«S>t.y ^o .o)lS ^>3iK^ ^^^ 
.^JSoa^iaob ?vAciila ^si^o .^ttdi \^Si ^a ^a bof .^oqf 
;\43L>ri;a ajy^ 007 .^ojoiAaLtJiS ;js;& ^^S^aa 07S ;£Usd 
.0^ ;2'2iEia ^ftai^ ^ ^^^^j^ ^^^^oua oo^aj; .u070^2 
.07^0^ a^j^o ^aucD wo^o .oiNiSiia^a hiaLS<isisboo ^^^^ 
.o^Om£i 3Mi^^is&9 oo^2o >»!^*^a MOie^2 ^is*3 ^2 ^a^f***? 
;;oiSao o^aliaa ^j^aao^ Msocbo iS^a fetbaS ^^^^fis^o 

'^'^ ,t II • ' • / » , im ^^ I I, ^ I t I 11 

^^L^LSa ^or ^o .o^»>aS ^«^a ^^1 ^ ^'a^lo ^3\,o30 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 6oO 

eoo) ^^\<i«'J!» Us^ai .^a^p^ loo] ^ lltay^o .000} 

^£'m ^2 h*3 oo; .^is<Ad3 <«i'na!ao« oooi y*ia ^ .0^ 
hbpe .jKaoo) ^3 9u^^b 007 ;iL&sis3o .^aA^d ^61 

\ m , I ^^ ■ < > <• ' ^ < III «,!• 1 (I • \ T ' 

.JK*ea) 4[aoi0 ^o^i^ ^a ^2 .^ioj| ^a 007 .^isiXfib is^ooi 

JK*eoi ^ais^ ^^9 >^?i^a ^1^0^ Ixa^ v<ilis*ie 

.^aLflbab 05 ^a .aw^ ;«^^ ^ ;3j(d ^2iss2 i,,Ati6s 4o^i 
iik!^ or,a^ka b'isa ^ ^ajo omo -^li^a li^oalis la^'l 
^^M yS'isfyp 9.9^1 '^H^ ^ '^^- '^^^ ai^2 }^2iJ^ 
o^ ;i2 \i^ ;i!^2 .jS o^ a^2o .aii^ o;S ^i lyat .^a 
li^ Sit isftia oajil .la^ of^ '^^S,o .^>^%S JS ;iIooro 
^iri lojjil .is&i uQ»L^ '^s^J^a ;^a umoMp 6ai ^a 

^a 1^0 .;jKo*au»b9 I ?io%<D;| hfiLu ^^92 ^o .^ojoap Foi. 275^. 
^oLjS2e ^^f^ ^^92 li^o .uioro'^oa^ ^393^ 9>^ ^aa 
^ iS*e'o! M^*2a 5^2 v^hBoitt^ ;i2 y^ojiy ^^^^A '^H^ 
.^aoS ^bo2 ^f2o .o;uAft^3 v«ai ;S .^Ol^s Jaoo .^auaub 
^2o .;oo7 >u2 9g^ ;aA!^ .;io7 ^^ia ;&ai^oA> ^m oaj a^j^e 



599 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

1^9 -^^^^^^ ^^NA'as'oo ^^i ^fl^ 9^2 ;3.:a9 .07!^ 3^*2 

' >,«• < / ' » ' ' ft ft tit 
2ta2^fis5 mIo^o ^iso*&f3 baou* \^9 ;^2ax e6o\x<* 



^ bb3f ;iaMi2bo ;^oauN ;\£iLtt^3p3 ^ ^30^<* 

^ ' > t I I* 

^bN* ^ ■<[?,?^ o^il^ Oiieisis2 ^3 ^^x^^ .}u ^op 
b^ao .;307 ;^e?ba^^ ^^o .^a^^? )i^a^ ^^^? 

Foi. 275a. ^o^ ^bo>bo^ ohflo .i>Misc I oti^io -^ao^o ^baa^ ^ 
^3 ^ox .]i^Q^ ^g?*A^M . odbibb ^2 oasj^Io ^^o:^2 

;ooi ^o^^^ ^^^ ^? v?^*^^^ -v^^ ^^V? ^^'"^ 

^ oJA^ .^ofj^eau^b ;l^f ;^b bisi ^o .^lii^o ^soA 
u]l^o^^ lorn Misaoo yoo^ 9mi^ jl^ ofu»o .^o^oau 



SAYINCS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 598 

^lis^o .y,^Mftae i^of SMi^isisjk .jboaJSa ^a ^oo} s^a 

^so^b Aana ^llfuc ^A^ ^'j^ ^070 .;is*aAa& ^ais }oo] 

afioi zaAd^ ..oa2 9aS< ^*«laxo .qi2 byL loiii Jso ooo) 
.oj!k*3 ^3uM* ;jJb^ o^ isA .^o^A o^adi ^a^ia oof ^3A 
^A^ ^ .;2^ ;^ o^ sX^6ouk3 loJOso .Jlo^is ^^? ^,? ear 
^ ^S»«*iat Aa^i JK><4o k^l ^ -isii 3>o ^La 5^^ 

^^o^ ^'id .^axa a^2 ^oJS zaj^is -loi^i yoal^ | ;ecn2Foi.2743. 
^p :ai» .^a'^mm o2 w^ isjki ^ruiboa eo^23 ^jaot >^o;^2 
^auZ.i«3 iA i^ .^2 ;3^ Aa ^a^ ai]L^^ Ao .aa^jQ> ^2 

woroLis ;f««jk ;!k^2 .;i^eici yi^x^^Jk A? .^o^^f2 ^2 ^61 

^QXbaAa .o^oaA A^oa i^o .^aLa ^ou* ;^a^& ^^2 
^'2 .^auMM ^bbkfti^ \kaor tAop .^a^ aiiO ^oof ^a 

;^att i^oa;^ ;iSae .opuajil^ ju2 Aea^ ^'a Jo; .^aoa 



597 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^2 ;^2 .;i2 ;^ X^ ^¥)^ "^^h 9.?^l'^ '\^l yf^^? 

,^6'^ or^o^ ^3 3^2 .^l Sixao yoo!^ l*^? ^^^^ 
.J.!a^ '^vV^ ^^=1^^^ ^.?<'^ ^^ .uoroaA ;$^ isal ^2 
u007,? -a^ii ^>m2 ;3U(d .^^ouifS ^slxomS ojSkactliS ZiS^JS 
o2 -A^caa ^LlnS MM>boo .jS^Aba liaosa aoLs jd2 ^2 
;.^3 ooro .\a2e «^2L ^^a ooro .^,3^ ^o^? ^^^? 
^3 isoJisa 5^ t^or ^A >3ii^o UM*92 ^ilkL aa ^Sm 

.^b^* ^^1? ^a^ '^^^ '^'^ ^ ^% ^otjo .^ ^9^? 
Foi.274<7. JaJa^M aA^ oS | .>y?>WiS ^*2 ^y*A ^Om ^ ^2 ^a ^aof 

<>obo\x .^o;bA>« ^^^^^ 1^1 -^^f^ ^9^ 






iS^ .^a4> o2 ^.Sbo aX«^2 \<Aor ^^X^ z^V;^^ 
aA ;3a^ ;oo; .;aaa: ;oo! .;^ ^a .^o^ia m^ ^^2 ;ao7 
.liAobai ^2a More>u2a oof .^oaub ^007 .00) lo^\ ^2 
.^A^ ^aiAa o^Moa .ysol aa ;3J^9 .^isxoia^ ^ai^ ^aJp^o 
?\t>iathffi ^2 ,?ja>oba^ a>afi)2a ^^te utyxy ^Aof \\,y 

^it^tao 5^2 .^Asiao ;^ouo ^a^o ^ae^ ooo! ^f^a 
a^o .woioL^isa >L^^'a ^io .^oro^ ^om» ;i^ 
;oo} 9^1 ?ai>a{.b 5^2 .yO07*M23 ^^^4C^ ^tM^ ^^^? v?^^ 
;iaM^ ^i^A 3atljQ»^2 ^2 .;io^ ;ooi ^^^o ;a:Ia:t) ft^'^^ 
.^fr&^ ili^isl ^aio .^oroL^SisS vS^Io ;^o ^^aae 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 596 

aouMo pJ^ <^Sa ^3JK ^ b^l ^f ^^9 -^9 \*^^ 9^P 

ksii i^i u^ai .^hALp cnis3o\2^ >\y,v» r^^ yoq!^ x*2 

.^'2 1 ;I>33^ ^3u«i Jaucd i^OmS m3 oy\ioh^ : Ab^Foi.273^. 

w^f .mo\3 «^f ..^^iboi^ ^f .?,^bftS is&i ^3^ issi 5^-fMb 99 

^A*VTap Ao .JS*JdiuQ)bAi^» ^nholiis ^o? ^ ^o^^ ?iMgi\b 

990 .^Aa ^9JS ^ 9m 1^2 ^f 3^ ^Aa -^aAs 99 
:;^^ .\^^^o ;if ^ttte^ •'Aa ^op>9e9 ;^aMbpa 
^ ^ofd .9^92 ^9kM2 ^Aa .^^kXOMd 07^9 oy V a fthS 
9^ ^0^29 ^ ^oor l^yat y\ eSl^ .^ ^9i^ lisoa^ofaa 
V^^ ^907^9 o2 .U.001 ^oof ^'9>mA ^9ac^ 6^*3 ^oojf A .P 
9i^9 ^bM 9A^ ?Miy99 .^00} ^oiu ^x^ ;J!9AoA ;isxbAae^9 

07^A^^9 oof -^^f^ O9079fbA 00) ^^ .^ w>*f?^9 -V? 

.20310 ^0^9 ^ Jb^f A .oj^ ^1(«^o ^ ^littnSb ^ i^2 

.^OX S^ S^OI ysaJti .001 ^p OOT9 5^2 ^^ ^9A Ajl 

.5^I&;? ^29 A lojo .isii \^9 ^ ;907i ^Vjsau9 oa^lo 
;9Q^ 5^2 ;«9ibaa ^900909 ^29 .Ssi'l 9^'i ^ A43 9^f 

9tt>;; .^As9o;3 \vai^9 007 ^Si\S ^ou A .^07^? 



595 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

iSl who jjol iM 07^ hiapi .;^ou&f3 lit'yat ^070^2 ^la^ii 

J070 Atiia ^07 6v.^*2 ^a .^1 ^ ju2 o^^o .39^ 

;^2 1^07 oiS;^ zf^ub^ .07baS< ^j^M^u^ aA, ?iaa«\?>n -^^^ 

I ^aoieui ;'£s23 a^'2 99 jQ3u^ttJB»23 om ^abai'^ ^ai^ p^^^ 

. 273a. .a><abft\ y»ia>yy ^ ^?^o ..^ak ^^^ "^^^ ^^9^f? 

ft^o^b >^da^ <ioi»bob aoAri ;lS2 .abitt oSskibob ii^l 

.^ascL ^LaO Aii .JQ3ub034 ^ ?^ ^?^ ^ii -^9^? ^^? 
^ik ?'n'i>\s,^3 ;sf 5^2 ;3or ^^\^ .^aaAs.ab ^ ^^>*^ 
tSS^o ;JSa!^JS ^pJAx ^3 ab^oi ^Li ^2 U^oi -o^? 
tS^JK^o <sis^N2 .fsfti ;afO ^0^23 ;isxb9CK^a ^i^2 .btia>L 
^2ii ;^2 ;4o*&93 ^idioMa ^3 aH^coS z\SJa6s .i^l 
.vA ^iuid ;^o*if3 j^nt^bpS 3dLV<2 ;ai:^3 .q!^ 3^2e ^tudS 
.^CUK^ isA ^o .i^^o ;*33jxp9bS2 jQsbs^eutJ ^ai 4^o 

aoLs 3y\ oof .^ N*2 ^^3^ \^f^9$^ -^'^7^ ^ ^4^ 
i^XboJss 5^ ^2 l^ ui3 ;bai^3 .^saLX^ 07S isJ& h>07?9^ 

;^V?ro :^isi* ^l ^^$^ A2 .A o^ 3^2 4^^^^ :z4' 

il^3 A2 -^?^ ^ ^^^ ^ .;|uca o^ b»2 .u^ ^':>^,? 
^ .lafil ^yti ^isc^Ji i^t^ lyst ist>oa]o -^3 ^or ^ 
;3a3i^4Ka3 sJk, ^ 5^2 -^ ;no11^ ^^$^1^ 3y\ ^ isA 
;^bS^ ^aJtis .^3 soiKjQu ^ i^2 ^oj .07^3 3^^ 



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SAYINGS AND QUIiSTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 594 



^Ix :Akbd^ .XkdOiMb ^ioSjka ^Xi^b ^AjjcikSo ;iKoi03 
^,p 097 .;^Q^f3 ^ojQ>j^ ^A>K ^aitf 3«i ^ ?noS ;^ 

}^l .1^1 QJ^ 3592 .^ooif ofS '^2 .J^OiAf oi u llyh 
)S^^ .097 JU3 ^^ail ^^? -^M oi^ 3^*2 .u32 l;iai a^if^l 
h»l 99 .^^aii Sa2^ 661 oo] ^iko .ikojsoi >^nn*w ^Sj^ 
;iso» .JSd.;l>^ ^a lka*xf .^s^si^ ^f^? ^^^t^ '^'f 
.;tfisa>^ p4 ^i »Oi^fti/ajb ^ooi ^^2 zcf^SJOis -U^ o^^ft2 

.OJO^M 6sy*^ ^3m» ^JSfiS&is ^3070^ H!3T>^^a GFp JStfSfO 

}ooro .07^0^ «^o .H>3e<^ ^ :s^9 ak«^ ^2 .!SiUlisiQ»2 
^is«»3 .oiiso^ «\i«3 097 ^^i 3!ab2 .^s'xm ^ > Whoriffi 3^3 

0;l39IQ^3 ^97 .^097 O^^l ^» ;397 .JSU^ ^^JS^l ofi 
.oi^3 ^oSub ^3i6& ^ ^3 k^kbpS >^ .073 ^09| Jk*fisisbO 
^973^ 0?\f^\$0 OJSfnb M.^^O ^9§!a0^ jiI\V3 "'^'n^? 

o^ ^o9! ^ioo .97isAfil^ ^^^ ^^^^ «^c^? -^^9^^^? 

«^UQ> .^ 97>uis*i ^97 .is*097 ;^3 l»a] ^^3 ;973 .X02 pa 

?ja3A< o\aA!k Xom JXv t.» ^97 ^jkou3JQ» xs ^^970 .o^ap 
1^2 .^ouf )^'i^ ;^2 ^ ^ tS23: :o^JS -^3ub o^ vAxb 

.^ isaJlO ^973 .9^ Si^j^O .^9)3^ O^^P^" ^A^ ^ ^?^ 



593 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.0^ Ihiiol .^olai'6±i ^ o^ loo) asi^ ^2 .07^0*303 

Foi. 272^. ^*9 \\,y M&y2 1^610 I .;I\^ ;^3 ^^''^Iisb ^JSoa^ U^ 

>S«i%bo A .07^ 3^20 v^oToai :so^ ;^2 ;aLbo .wmOS ^^ouaib 
.;^aAf9 o^3>^oiQ}^ o;JS«9|M ^\ ;32 .;taSiA ^^Ip ^2 ;i|!3 

M^or isaisa 0^23 .o^aaS Milo .IjiiStOfi^Ja a!6s*^^ka 

^2o ^oi5 jai ^o!^ 9>M ^1 ^^ li^l :^±i^ .;^is* "piic 

i^l ;ofo .;^ojAf ^ jl2 bOM^s^a ;3i ^^2 ;&t0 .0^ 

^3 LflT,\;'^^ ^29 071^0^ -^9^ ^^\ ^ ^^'^ -^^^ ^r? 

.v^u^baas is^i ;.3^ ^ ;^2 .^k*2 ;l!lf ^^xcLa is&ie ;1;;3 
ohjJl^o 0703^ ^^f'^Af ^^>-^=>^? 9!?^l'^ '^^ ^l ^ ^^?^ 
A^'m ^3um* ^ootj^? ^^9 -5^ ^^3^ ^?.^ .o7^eA&o.aio 
9aS<2 ;&t03 .07^ a^2o ;|ud^ >^23i l^l i^SJbis .^2» ;i^o 

^o -oi.a^ 5^2 JSii^ba^ ^aria ;^2o .qua^ ^>< ;ai*^, ^aa^ 

.;3mi3^ ^3^^ ^92 .\*|^or isfti ^2 .dUalto ^6k ;jKoS*a^ 

;^2 07^ 9kbp2 .;aLa ;9;x 073^ ^^L 07^^ &3o .5^ o^ 

^lacrfo^ ^3A 07S ^0*2 .o^^a^bp^ lA uUa'fS ^93^ oiM .eo/ 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE KATHERS. 592 

Jot ^^Xm .^p UsmmI l^Ji -^ o2 o^s^ isoo) d^^«2 d«^ 
jsoJS 007 .^of ^ ^oS OuS.S^gbf>S 07S ^JSm^mo .^oa 

;upar 1^2 \*aar ^or .^a>!il^jl ^ ^ a^acaob ^o; .;io\jq> 

UB>*\yh»j^ ^fs %si2 bd^ ;Ayted»» .?^aiao ;^;sk ^^Jk 
h*3 >^ .\A>Mifis23 ;'3w««» oTboitf ofau «Mio .^XuM* 2007&3 

y\ i!i ^2 .^32 ?,so^N>S ;i2 1^92 »^orocii^ bb92o .;^QiAfa 
woroai ^3 07fi>fd2 .^^Oistp ^oisaK 99Uo2d ;l2 ^Jbo 
^2 ;^ ^o^ ;;^ .^2 .^oioai^ a^2 ^^b^o ; ^toba^jti b 
^i>ibfli!K .MO!a32 07^ 350*2 .^f23 i^uhont .adufi>23 ^Aa 

^o^Sia oTiIs^o -^A^bi 4s»oI^b 5^2 -^3kbo6s3 ^^'b>^ >^Aho 
.^baL ^ bisao .^f2o olo&o -orbs 079 A^iss2o .^0073^ 
jAxs ^oo!o .}s*3u ;:o«A S^io ^3^0 ^SLfu ^'i^ >St^*i8o 
i3'iB;sapo ;ooi ;^1 ^^^0*193 ^^a^ lajo JifMO >^bA^ ^eu 




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591 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^oaj ;oo! ;aL ^is ;l^;; 407^'i ^4* o^jkAI ;oo) 

^2 ;30^ ^231 zo^oij^. .ons^p ^c^?f2 ^aisiao .o7au^2o 

'It I ft , ,m n \-i , , f t t 

.wAMbb^M i^ 'Jx^o ..^^^0^2 ;>!V^ .0^ ^bo2o J^od ;:32^ 
^2 :okA3Ltiis J^L yO<a\^M ^oa Ji'S^ .^aio o^ ^bp2 

^^ xV^ 0^2 .a^aikflddb ^bbi^e^ ^M^a^b 5^2 ^ovXi2 
0001 ^>^ >L^ .^tu'inS olso^^x 0907 ^*a^93 ^of 
;ta^,b3 w?alAA b^f ;x^ aJa ?naa\s.3 ^2 '^m .^^^ 

^aissbo .^isiiaia ^^13 00^20 .^Aiis^ IflA, ^ ^?^ 

.^07 ;x^ jso^ oAv^^gtrtS 07^ ^^M^boo -2*^ola iso»?a 

.^oi 9^2 990 ■uftAsbiM ^^ -3^j^o ui^^o or^^ 9£i ;zibo 

A^ ^9fil 5^2 ^^0 -AA\^ ^ ^^ iS^^ 07^^ ^ 

X02o 4^ ^9 007 .^9^euQ>S 07^ o^^(2o ^ajED ^ 9m 
lal JsoS 0799^0 .;907 o^^^2 ;3^ ;i2 ue>^ A ^1 ^.o^S 

;^;^ .^M o^ bbo2 .;&9^oaA o^^x;; 07S ^20 .^o^ 

is$i^9 mOI Ab ^390 .^^9it A^2 More4*2 ^>^^? isAi^b J07 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 9O 

orayi Ju23 m3 ec^2 .k*o^b9 i^oa^ia A.230 j;i2 l^ao 

^303 ^30^ M*aJEJ|o vtii^b .Jt<^*2 ^i i\yy oooj ^^2 

2^3 9.?^il? -3^^ ?^ opouo o^fA^aa ax^JS2o .^JKis^ia 

yoif^i ;3 A ;^i ^22 : ^oxd^ .;aleb .^ :zi> ;^2 6^ 

;3ajbb .qS a^;^o ^ai^ ^23! 1^1 z^js^is .^ is^i yM%tyo 
d^^2 ^is>f^ ^3 .;ajcd o;!!^ 3^;; .;i^euAf3 AaidoS ^*2 
:3kA>d^ .0^ is£i 9^ ;LaiS ;xia ^iil .aii^ SsiAm^i ^xxS 

^sA JSo!^ Afjl .^Xou&fS ^03 ^ ;oo] hfiuisatt) aA 9^ ;^2 

'•• "' »•• f I' " \l * , \ f »• •<< ,' ' ' 

^2 ;oo! }^2 ;^ ? «l \^ctt .^f ;i^or 990 .^070^^ ^0^2 ^ 
.;xoaf ^ ;oo) jc!i^isa^3 \y,yi .^no^ 07^ «^o oof 
^ii>i2 ^ vA\ lilyao .a^2o ^sucd 007 ^o^i^ ^J^\ ^^^ 

;js^4[^ '^9? '^^ 0^x2 ^d^i ^o .;^23 o^isostf ^070^*2 

.01^0^ ^JSouAfS 2^030 .^i^a mO^^mO .OCT ^a o^ai^oo 

5^2 ;oa! laid ;ik;A^o .oTLbcvi" \?\?^? ^^ ^^^ 
^,^ ^3 Jop .^is ^ajoSkSi ^oo! d«^cw£sapo .o^aao^b 



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589 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

l\^ ao6s li>fO .;3^9^ ^^? ^oraar^sS ^a>m >\yy 
^2 .o^bp^x? Im,2 o^S ^aiol .^Is ^7!^ ^^ ^o .^aojiyf 
.^2 t^3 )jt Zis is4^^ '%oo^ hixil .fis&i ^h .oai is&i 
;aLXdS ^23: ;^i :\3±t^ -^^tV? ^^ "A ^^^ ^? v^^ 

.^f^csa ^070^*2 ^ikOuAfS ^«;)^9m3 9d^2 ;ii03 .0^ 3^2o 
.wx^ ^^UmX ^lAoro .wMASJsis2 ^a^k^ ^ 9>^ uS Jsbla! ^o 

^&3k^ ^,tt0.13 6^^*2 3m\ tOO^a .yOO^ibA^d «^>^^> 

o2 .d^£s*2 ^,9 5^3 .^M^p ^,3 dH .^o^ ;L^o ^;Lboi 
eiS3^3 .l^'iM cpas* ^ k^j^, ^ >^^^ ^^? o2 •^^^S? 
o3^b ^^2o .0^^ ;:!^ ^il^ ^,3 l^^ .obaJdio ^oi^&s 
oaifkSi ^V^e oJsba^JS2 ;^2 .oa^ ;^3 ^^? '^?P ^'-^ 
^i^o .oar ^2 o^ 3^2 .^aaoMS <|.?oro ^ofo .^07^^aM^ 
^N2 .07!^ 3^'2 .;x^ ^ ;afO ;i2 ;!S.«Mbi»3 .;i2 ya^l S^t^al 

.^£yh ifixxa a^mislo .)^^o ;h^ ^aa Aji -J^^ 
;au JaJLfy X^o .^32 ;i2 ^or^^p laio .661 ;^2 07S a^^pi 

.0^ 3m2o ;siMO .;i!^'»3 ^o:^^ ^2 ^bJ A? ^^Vyy .^ ^^ 

;.iA^^4? ^^^ ^9^ ^ ;ioMS3 .;L&or ^-^^^ ^^^ii? 

;l^ \L^^ ;S ^2 .^ i^i ;jAor .^ao^p^^o ;3ibriK£aeo 

.^ai^ w^al -H>07^ yASat a^^ ^ilx ^1 .^iAorMaoa uiap? 

2'iob, jQ>»V^«,rtfl>23 ;m o^;isk2 : jQ>iJ^ .^A&XM >^s^3a I o6dbixb ^i^o 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 88 

S^iio aoAs i^l .S^^ ^^ ^o "^ ^^ oSp JvV^y 

.>Jbo ^3 ;l^ .\6\pisl'^ \\,y .iilis >^Ah ^3 ^JKo^iap .«\_5 

;dKo»pa 90^0 :aLd .^ol sisa do^o .J^ i^a^l aa 
30^ 23or 390 .^tta^^o ^4^^ ^^^1 ^V? .mo\5^3 
;i«>ii ;lAo .Ui sauAibo X^ ^^.ba4>< ^o .;^o/ ;\b3^ 

;^uo 3kM«i pio3 ;i3Mii .^9^ ^i 3^*2 : ^a^^ .yM^is^i^o 

:o^^ .;^Q<Af3 ;oi«3 Akbo^ ^A^ }3a*iOo ?7-y^^ 
^ou3 ^oL^ fis3EisaJ^2 ^ k^ab ;3JQ> \sei\^ ^ eooi ^^mI 
.^aA ^ 3a2 3»j[ :Qiti^ >07^af 3 ^3^ ^3^ji )^ ;4?^^3 

;3A3 ^O .;00] M0f0^2 ;aUk ^33 ^bttiSx .iSi^ "Sf^^S 

.Z^euab^ »^;vVyh ^ 4^?^o ^^ ^il -^ "P*^ ^? 

9y^ A ^alsis .0^ 3^;;o .^^^3 iaA | ^\k \^l : fxO^ foI. 270a. 

Tok, Aoa;^o ?>t«A*i ^3u2 ;:sp3js ^o^!a3p ^ .;a3±ioi^ 



587 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS.'' 

^aSi .?aoS 1^2 loo] 3^2 ^> %isy^ -^a^ wO)o^ 
.uAS ^^]^^2 ;|u(a 07S 3^'2 .^iA^JS^ vA 3^2o ;3i ^i^odu^ 
^s^ 99^ ;i^o '^ko^ li^l JskoJ!^ la{il 07!^ bfiba ^2 
k!^^ .>bo2 ;3or 3^0 .js&i ^f 99 is£2 <^f'2 Aj^ -o^ ^^i 

.^>m2 ;^iS ;^euif3 ;balj ao^ lom :^^ -007 ^^ip o^aalj 

i^i^ ^3 ;jsx^ --^^s^ ;isMfts^& tS^ op>3!OmS ;ooii 34^0 

i\^ ^^^^o -^o^i^ uoyo^S>M oeoi ^^^ '^^ qtSao 
;32 pi^ ^i'Ou&fa ^itj ^93 ^oJs ;oo7 :^is .^iti o^ 
t^92o .o7^Ai3b aiui6&a ^oo! M.«aj:bo ^'o -^Si^a ^ebo 
o!is* S >tt^ <yQ5o^3 ^sucd o^jQsudio .;3oaM.iQ>j2 ^aiS ^bo2 
oiaab .;3i 36uA>2a ;l2 ^^^ ;^a 3^2 aao .^:kti ;!!^o 
3AO .;3>^da^ 30m .0:;^ a^2o ^3^2^ or JSuStt^ o;£bB>2o 
000} ^o^o .^A^iuondo oooi ^«^33 ^2jI!!i^ ^oLb ^^m .x^ 
3cu« .;303uA»^2 lal atS xapl .yOja'yAx^ 5^2 .^^3\bx 
.^*bouii3 ^Ii3p ;^3 ^sit ^;tS» ^f^ .3J» 390 .;^siba!^ 

;or .;303u«3*2 ;3i 07S s^j^o .^^;*5^ .^oax^!] ^ov>dy2o 

Pol. 269^. ^o; .^sit la^x ^3^3 ^or ^eo;*^*2 1 ;^^>bba ^ai 
;0tii2 ^ ^ia^Stooa ^2 ^07 .;^3^ is*v.> ^.? 

3^2 :AitJ^ .;^3 ^3 cnisSjtiS A^mo ^aaSisl ^oao ^1 

^a^^^iQ}^ ;l^o ;i£i\a ^0073 ^^aa ^cL 1^ ;3a ^ Ju2 
^iasaA ;fu*& ^23 ^If 5^2 .^laor 5^ia yOO^k*23 4?4^ 



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SAVINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF TIlK FATHERS. 586 

^o .bo\4 ^ ooai ^*Mb9 X^e ^«oo! ^9^0 yoa^^^ 

ofS looj !^l^'? ^ '^^^^ ^ ^9^ \S>*nt all Ix^of 

<»louj li^ Jul 

fiy2o ;«w ^ pg^ .;;saaf3 ^ija ^^ loen lyjuxhis 

;\*oh>> .o^jl^aa 3^93k umi? f?^^ .oi^o&ajauttibo aJa 

;^2e ;A!i3 :aOe .;A3«i ;^i :a>< ^JSoufp lain aois ;ooi 

.^f ^^^,? ^3^ o^ ^007 '?9^o .crist^tt^ «^92e orapkSi 
.oMduiii ;lS ;aucD 09ro .^sucd isoS ?>^\3 on ^o^ ^o)o 
oi^ i^isfis ^ .0)^ ^ojlo .OTia^oA 07bA>< ;oo) >SV»b9 i^l 

;>;x 5^ ^3 w»js^;^ ^a .;^ isii ;^2 is*ea! i^i \ .;3^2foi.269<s 

^ .yOA2 ;\^ ;^o v^orooxcL ;i^ odip ^2 .0^ 1^^^ 

>V, >\ , fi » 99 .^^ ;auQ3^ p^: ;3A ^o!^ eor ^l ^a 

;oe! ;cl(7r .orisiXa^ ;oo) ;^2a ;i0o .;3;x oor ;oo! ojai. 
• •' ^ '* »* * if 



585 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.motoumau wmS^u l^a^ aaaS .o^bai^ aVio .23dau»3 a^ 

^i!^ abibl .0^ ^ysol ..QaMiis*2 oaMs ^00; tSzxboo .cny^ixSks 

.a!,9y.^ls 07^ 3kbo2 990 .^3.bo ^^^^Jk^ ^^o i^o^ohJL ^o^a 
^o^ 9^2o .;l2 JX^ta i^^ 9.bo2o .^2 u3A yoq^ 3kbo2 

Xitf 99 ^9 007 .^Acap o|^a9edlS ^9^ft? ^ >\^;i "C^^T^ 
.^a\S wM^de uieisis2 .^oT^o»jQ>toy9oo yOOTaacdo ^ooj 

.;9ai3 y09d ^^^ ^^2 l\^ %^l .^o^a ^*2 yofvA^ 
99 i>m ^isisf :o7i^9±i^ .oof ^ou ^ ;^9 yoa!^ ik^9 
^^o ^2 wO!099k^ -^^» H?^ ^90^f ^ou ^32 k^^I 
9^2 ;3A ^ ad2 M07«fM 990 .yOa^MOm \L .0^ 0001 

.^^ ^ M"^? poAs 99 ^9^02 ^9070 .^i Q^M ^19079 
.9^;ba!^ 5^ lorn ^2 ;3M -e^V9 ^07 ^iioo) ^^ k\ 0^2 
.;A^ ^ Jis*l 999 .jQ3u;o\^ ^32 ;oo7 ;AKho zobaLWfs 

^Of .^2 SijCd 9u^9 ^9M 90^9 .^^iS JktSi 6s*66] 9b02 

.M^ ^a2 i»^9 ;9a^ A^ ;S529 2i2 ;i^ JSb^io 9A ^9 

^id9 00^29 .JQ»«9ib0 Ibsi t2S\^ ^OO] ;&is&0 :f^ti^ 

;i^ ;39 ;Me ^^tt ^oSb 5^2 'fV*,?^ .ofi^o^ ;m2 0007 

^ jd2 q^ ^007 9±i2 ^,9a2 .Jlba^^^ vpcr^ ^9^ 94^ 
is*oo} «ai^ ^ ^^"^i^^ ^9.?' 99 ^j }^^? '^ \?^? ^^ 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 84 

.001^ hka .tsskh^i \Ay\t ^^ lom ^l .eojibs xAao 

;L3i ;iaafib -yQ\Ai ;iii ^'i .ilx'^ ^ o^ ^i -Uoi 

U>'l ilsaJOis .Ui S*yl xSp 3^j[3 ^^SoX^ ojZaxI i^ol 

.^xo^ IPf^ .1^ y\ i^l .eg] ^^^a ^7?^ ^9**^? ^ 

^3f oiip .^auED JsoJS a^i roLhaubN -^7?^ ^'^ ^^^^^^ ^^.^ 

^i^ao .Miu2 ^o?ou«i3 yaol )^^ aJk, ^op .07^l^9 07^99^0^ 
^aoro .^f opeAi oj^e^a^ .ubisx xA2 ..oa2 oAi 
:«2^bad^ >^3^? ^ai «^>-4^ U^,?^ or^b9ut)i l6soa,*s^ 
^07 ^isul .0^ ^2o uQ>*Jlo^^ ^i ^oS «^abj9 ;^i 
I '^JKaii ^JSAb ys>^ \it ^xiSf eoo! ^?^ ?y,'>Vlm^3 
07^ 3^2 ..oop(^ ^ xisi ^oy'IaaatS^aS oooi ^f^i^^? 
5^ ikl o^bp ^ 9^? ^2^ ^^2 iSii^Sv Uji >WQ}^Jio>^ 

aAO .;;f^ ;aiL2o >^3m o^ ;oo! ^*2e >^o^ ^2 ^«^9 

aiSAO .oor }3A ^30mO .opflL^ao ^o^ ^2 ^oS e^o 

^06 ;3i^ ^k»dOK2o .;aor >!S4i ^o^ ^si JSiaa^ ^001 

^abi& ;^ -o^A^? ^^^ ^i^o -^?^ ''^^ "^ ^9^ ^^!^^^ 
.v^o/ofibaa ;xi2 ^or ^ Of^ai ^tt^aaa .^aa ^or ?3ma ^ 
^2 -^a»<^ ^,a^ JS^2 ;^ a^ ^o .otlaa! ^9^ ?'i<a!^ o^^a 
^Vi^ .o^ibOkiia ;i.i2^ aae2o .?noS ^oro>M>wa >i>g^ \iA07 



Fol. 268a. 



583 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.01S ooo) ^»t*iotV)a .oior o]6seS o^2o .op ooo) UOS^o 
;o7^i XoS ;s^ (aa u07o^^ .07^*^ ybo 36^ w*h9Ja 990 

;i^i ^L^ofO ;33ajCAAS2 o&ijsx;^ .;aL^Lx&b ;oo} x.JS^ ^9 
^^jxSi A -tois^j ^*^?^? ^ vf ^ ^" .^or oi a^aftt^ft 

^*2 .oa»^3 ..00^ ill a±i2 .^ ^^3 ;mp ..00^ 3^2 

.^^3kl A ^44^? -^^ ^*^oi U^o .a{^ oabo2 ^3 ^01 

.w^'ia ^i^iaui y0393is3 ^is^i ^al ;^ .;3Ljcd yoq^ 3^*2 

F0I.2673. .fSoo7 }3or ^f^^ ^? ^^^^^ 'l^oi^ haS I MUfl\30tK0 

>^sl3f jsk^3 .;3or ^2 ;ji^ sA is^l&b J07 «^ ^^32 

a^j^ ooio .5^3^js23 00^ oTil^o <^f^3 .JbuKd^ efs^ oooj 
^2 ^3 eo} mSfl ^3^0 ..^ou >^js M&afibox .^oop 
;307 A <S^^ ^ v^xas .3Jao2o ^i3^ :^oA A^ ^9^ 
oa\ ;^2o .'^03 ;3op aois J^ ^*il33: ;^ A20 4^o:=^ 

;*iyQ4 »^^ ^^ ^J '^ '^l ^>« -^^^ ^*^.? ^ 

4307 ^^oduS^ o;?^^ w^ Ap w3mi ;|ua ^a oo? .k^l usif fSf so 
loo] Mo .sfaAn\\2 Ui\ ^o^ i^ ^^ ^fil :pLti^ 

4s^ 3^bb2 ..Ol2 ;i3bL&3 ;2UCa ;^ 3A0 .k^ol ^2 .O07bA>< 

t 1$ '• II % II ^ II t II ■ '^ '^ • « i> ' » V,__ ' 



SAYINCS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 582 

;i»oI fr^^io .^op ^2 1%^ ^o M3^iQ»;9 ^ ^.?^? v^ii 
ottas .oSbox 3^ m3 .oao7 ..oal A*3 ^9 ^'Sloaa M 

\l1to .^iA ^^99? jOkap ai»j^ .a^'i x^ ^la^y ^i<^ 
juaisjsap A y^? -3^92 a^ sAoro^kXJa js*mijs ^m oi^jAoa 
^sA «^2a: ^i :a\ij^ .^>mm ^oo^a ^^ | ;^ .^07 ^u^a foi. 267a. 

^aa aaais^o ,liso^ ^al^ N>mJS 5iXl3ok ^i^aKa uqi ^aor 

Ud'yii ySi ylp .Sbo;; ^iutd ^ao^ 001 : o^i^is .^l ^3 

;ao7a oi^ a^'l .uisAtb ^isbo^ vA bbaf ^ia .^o^ ^2^ 
^90^ ^a eio; .^tCinS uo) ^a^ .or^^^fib ^2 ^^a 
;\ 90|o jbistViiS kiifAa^o .uQ»iAboA yif ;ay««o .Jl*al'23 
^bor c?ls>S>ft*i od2 bjsijsi ^aab ^a J07 '^P^ ^k^? 
1^0^ >L^ao >«^9?4a ^a^i 1!^ 07-f^? ^,?4^ ^^\^? -^^ 
l^h^St aa^ ^a^jL .;IiQxa ^xl^a^ao ;isxb9uX^9 ^^^ 
^o^a ;^a .;is&bo«^3 ;Ixoaa^ Ao^^ aA .\V,nyi>S 
.5^ ^oa^ ;xb^ ;a:oa ^ora ^a ^^ox .^isxbai^i A^ 
:f^:K .Uaua Ukcluk pi ^a bt3L^a^2 .^'ibjsse ;oa)^ o^a 
}^a;S MoroXii cdoub .gyiOktla uQ»*UDa2 ^2 M07ei^2 pa ^^a 




5 8 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^A^^o ihisi yoojS %^^^ ;l^ is&i .o^a Jtu^p ^ ^ 

all yl .^2 9^ ^o5 ^alS .jQ»^ *a ^, '? Uil ^^x : \aub^ 
.96^2 laao S^jJti^ X^o .l^scalis o^ ?^o uiso^ btii^ 

5^a>i ^p of^ 3^*2 .>ftA\){si V^^ X^h 9.?^^^ '^i^ 

Foi.266^. -^o^ U>'l I ^ 3^^ .^tt^^^iSjL X^ .2 07^ 3.^02 .^^tl 

.0^x1 ho'^ 0073 ^c^i^ ^i^i^ .^ois ;^'3o 2sax^ Aa 

A 3^2 .^nxd s^'l :\ti^ -'^^^ ;^3 is&i ^oo; ^^^l^e 

^'ya .;^eou^ 6^^a23 ;>»oA^3 ^i>i^ is^i ;&ti .^2 
;&or3 .3bbp2 39 ^A^^st^ ;b^ -^^? ^3^i^ Vf^? ^^ 

eoi^ .^2 ^2 ^'ia .x^ ^f ;iaa ^3 ;l2 .^ol SinA 

9^JSl3 ^3^ «3QXm A2 .^OIOU^JS ;^ 5^^.>ti <si2 ?^m1 

^ 3i^^ 4t!x\\i ^o^oMp ;oo7& ^2 >^iv^ ^Ka2 o^ 
^ol^ o^fj^ ;^2 zjSjtiis .A3i>» ^o^Sia JSa;^3033 007 .23 Jof 
.^3i^2 99 3Mt ^p OMfdi .o7£SoS ^^I 390 -^od ^2 
uo) ^o .07^ 3m23 007^ ^9^ ^\ 3^'^ '09\ ^^SLp ^a^ 
M^ h^ wm9obj^ 3m\ )S .^2 eor ^3 o^:s .'^OtiJsp ^JS^ 
^ J^ ^l .0^ Sbp2 s^a jiauED ^3±t o^s^ ^t^s^o ^s ^ 
.01*^*2 >^s3la3 2^^ .^M 07^ 3do2 ..^aii33 2^^uQ) u9) 
^l :£»!!kti^ -otsdus ^,99^9 -c??^? ^^^'^ "^^^ ^j^? 
1^ 2lxoaa 2oo/ 3A0 .^su'MyiS ^sdbb ^«V*irt<&23 »Sa^2 

.;^;j9 ;oo] ;3^ ;Li ^3 ooj .;Lxobo ^ai ii^ o3,bi .;3af 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 80 

JayJbo ,^a^f%\ »t la com ^^o U-oS o*is*2 >}JKo^'i ^ 

;sii ^^b oor .07^0^ 0001 ^»H>'j3ia ^<^i ^i 07S ebhs^o 

.justta oor 1^ o^ I Ui ^Lcdo .;ao^fb oftftAftj^ ^odai«bjltFoi.266a. 
^dliia ^auOou 07^0 .^ai.ba ^abso^ loa\ istl ^ ^i loaJdis 
ilLia \aX ^90^a ;oo7 ;^ 990 .07^ ^oo? Xtix o^adi ^ 
a»io .;JSoufa 4ta=L^ ^,?^ ^V^ l9^ \?V^ .jd^ 
0007 ^fiJ3is±o X-^a ^X*i ^a 1^2 -yOajL ^.^-^ ^j^d 
^oL ^^aua ^ua .^aaoio woro^ ooo; ^>iSi^H*a .Moreaaoas 
Jop .^07\*a ^,a ^si .wA^ ^j^i ^or i\NyV> .^aor ^107 
.m07o2^ }oo) Xtix jd^a ^a^oiQ>ao wotoaaea ^001 A»ala 
Ji^ Aail*o .?^i^ a^2 ^07 .^oo] a4^ ooi o^ 99 
^ftfvi^So^ o}^Aa oi .?ft>ao^i .^sadb <tis^xo ly** ^o^^a 
0JS*2 .mO] ^ofa . oS(b^>a toisai ^^9? ^.f'^il^ -^^^9^? 
oora 0;iN!^ajQ> i^i ^ac;^ o^io .yoas^o^ 07^ ^ao;^ 
a^o ..oao^o^ oT^Ska d;j3 ouboaie .^oi oa^oio .^2 
oaaiio -ti^p op* 390 .^2 oora oiki^aA ^ a^o ojika 
^ysol : ffibOJs .^2 ^2 uOiebkMii ^xof ^o .^^osuJS 07^ 
?Aiaob .^IVioS opa?^ ^TTf pofr^ Aa -^^^ ^bsi \4*' ^9^ 
^iS ^^ yO^oi ;j32 :M«a^:s -JLm ^ Bm ^ ^^^,?^ 
.^I^^ao ^uaa ^ ^a^js^a liso^ ^9^ \\,y -^o5 
piXa ;l^ai w.«3^a^ ^so^b -^o^ ^\ ojS a>ai2 ..^ 'i itt 



579 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.y^ l>***i? l;?oi ;^o.*,>?.toa ;ab.ttftA 94^2 U^p -^H^ 

^"^ .V^l;^ >^33^ ^opx? ^03 ^eoi^ ^3 o.?^i^o 
Foi.265^. 2^^o ^^XAor^ae .?tn»^ y^o^ tt'?^^^ vP^^ I v?^ 

;<2X^3 ;^09. 93i& ^07^1? ^3^ -^P^?^ ^ ^?^ "^A^ 

fisiaia .^o^^s ^a oo^jl *^'e? ^^ 6yfr>OiS>'n.<lbo& 

^2 ;^ ^ja .^Q^ ^3 A «^23i X^l i\JAis .072^ 
iSiAof u^2 t^ .wS ^a2 ^jJjou h*3JS ZlA^ JLo .oA 

m07Om2 M^isXhS 9u^a OpK^kA 007 ;^fra3 bA3 uJSb92 

^OJS 9^*2 ZfLb^ .^I&AO lytSA umoalit pkb m010^23 
^2 ;A2 .;i«oo7.d^ o^^«2 ;A ;:so.dk«ad99 .^>i2 ;iua 
OTSK^ ocll \oub J079 ^M iiapi z^oJais -^9^^ ^^^nb 
;ji^ ;oo7b eorp -^^o^ 3^'^ :>30^^ -^^a^^ ^070^2 ;boi 

;3^^ Ao .^>^3^ ;o3i9 ^,a^ S'^^' A? ^L^ ^9^ 

JMoiis ;Noi03 .20 .;A^<^» ;>>nat\ ;i^bk^ .AouxS ;i»3b^ 

;oo! is*l iopJiis .5^a^^^ AqaxS ^,fv^ .^litaS ^bA« 
^ait -^3^ ^ I90] ^^b 0070 .?\>7f1in>;^3 ;^2 ^9^ 
9^1 ^ecr^o^ }oo) ^I 990 .;^k0ull.b9 ?io%o23 o^ }ooi 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 578 

of^^ ^2 ^aSf oof ^i %ibax ^,d 99 .af^ ^ ^sou? 

iS>aS^ 9A lkoal6(s a^ yaSt eSS ^ St'yt^o ads is }'xm» 
.00^3^ ^'^9^^ -^^is w^kd JSi^^Yne .0^ ^ }oo? Moroial 

,SVP -^^^ ^ ^^^^? ^^^? -^o^ ^^ ^901 3^1 :o!^^ 
:oujb6^ .J^ii )S op^ 5^f>Vi*03 o'or ^or ■?tfluto iSM^^b 

.^S)^ M^ 3^;^ .0^ 3^;Lo .902 laiS \lk UO^^iCDOO ^i 

.MiA^obo 5^ ^opoo ^i^ U^ ausde .0^ sdo^o .^AaJSeup 
poLd m&^9m3 ^ 0070 v^f .3o2 ^i 07^ asoi .^2 aibo||e 
.M^l 5p ^i ^fu ^ii^ .o}£SoS 9^j|o -iai t^l 9^;^ .^2 

.uQtoAsi ;3i ^o^ l^ ^iax ^fS e^jl :vti^ ,?tii'*'n 
.^x1m3 ^p^l^ ^3 ^ 3^4^ -^^^ ?9 o^ 090; ^ja^f^o 

isclS frw^fj^ "^03 ^30p 3^23 6Ssi>l 3^ >3^20 ^3^ ^ 

^ofso .J^ oxojto 01^9 .yO&JI ft^^ai Jsof ^o .^s^ ^aiicd 
J^ is«^3 ;» ooro .i^9 J^ M3i>2o .y*2 JS3k^2o .A ksii 

0073 .;3jCD ^o^ i»2o .yOOpM^iSo^ looi ;is0 .^2 ^ 3>^;; 
.;isoiiboisx» ;lx«2 h*3 o'or ..^S ikc^*^ lom hp 9^ 
^op 3^*2 .5^^Q^ 1^2 ^ yaol .07S 03^;; ^» yoao? 
.^3 qu^*2 ;,307 .vA^s MJ^sis ^io Mils^ ^23 .;aud 

0«LX 03^« 3aO .t3^0iQ> \ad OttAi dOLXMA ^» OLlls 

^0^ ;3A «^2ai ;^2 :wM«ti^ .;o)^A ^^.MoaM 99 .^99^ 



577 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

paL oojo .^039 joxf^'^i!^ 6seS ^ Af^ -<[,?,?^ ^^ 
^oS Afj^ SkAo '^oi yOajSji ^ ^^ ti\o ^^^^ ^ 
.^at^y^aa ^oiol^io .^•booojaa ^aOA^^i ^S uQ>^aIi^ 
kO>bp2 ^^3w^ .^aSla^^o ^oJAa^J yOo{^ o^sla ^,3^e 

.001 yO^Al ^i>l*1fl3 .09^ ;il ^^^4^ ^il ^^? •O,?' ^^ 

tSyiiV) .^xt3Llbo xl^ 9miO .gajOA ^y^ '^2j3 puJi 
;S3X33 >i\yy .kAoa^otia ;^afcliQ>^i uoau?\»fV2 .^o^^ia 

^o^ 0^2 bA3 3a ..oSi^^ ;isL3^ ;lS^2 ..007^ 3^020 

Uix^ 'S,%taas ^ ^33X33 ^2 -eado2o Oiioisisjt yOopdi 

p^yh lofU'i sA^ ;o7 .;l3s uoie^^23 ;&or ^2 ;iD^3 .^ 0^394 

!• ' » • '^ I <i I la la • ^ ' < '^ '^^ a » \ ,ia 

sail ajat!^ ^ 0073 .looui^^Is o^fl^s^ 3^2 .^ops^ 
^^ko .oTibaiyS ^or^o^Xors yOi2 \Vm10 .^2 ;^4o 
ti^ o;S 3bp2 sa .:aLix3o23 ;hatiJ^!S ^2 ^0T»>S \y 

m070>m.2 Uol^ .^3UCd X|^0/ 3^2 ^33X3 sJ^ yOO^ 03^ .5^43 

;4o^^^ /auQ»& ^23 .;o7^i ;3l ;3opo .^usas qita^QM 

DDDD 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWKRS OF THE FATHERS. 5 76 

.^oTouii ^o^ ;ooi jtiim ^ U'i zpja^ik .Za^ ^pjol J^ 

o^ M«is5 Ao .J^oau^ oiS po^d oj^oS t^9j[ .007 ^s^ 990 
.U'^^oA)^ o^ o^isxj^e ;13m2 ^aucd jso^ 1^0/ ^^^ .^iSs 
JUjffio ^t*VA ^I^aa ;ta^b m^m .0^ b^j^e oar ^sla 4^e 
.?i\S>(rtft) yiore^I oois 007 ^i .kll AiL <iOm^o .isxl 

3»23 p,>» 9^ :a3a .^ ^is^? >to; ^ ^isj; ;lS ;307 \v^e 

JK*^&*aa: ^ii ^umI pa Af .^ i^SoJ oo) SJk^ ^2 .5^ ^2 

?'>'*WiS>v< ;ad2 ^3^b .b:a?j|o ^Om^ ^tued ooi ^a 07S yi^NxjL 

j^obAa; yoo^ ^?.^? -^^^ ^ ^?^ ^f^.^? ^9^ ^^ 
Z^\^S ^i?S^iy*^ o^dboc 9k^e .^stlL oooro all£Uo .^iI^S 

«i^ ^o '^^.^ ^^9^>^ iVyy ^j^ouopo yoopdi 090^0 
ouo^ibOi^ ^^ pA ^9 vP^c? 'V^il ^^94^ ^"^ ^oHft^J 
^i^ ^?4>^ ^b -<f,?>^ ^oA ok»j| -opkiu^ > > *V,t9 

«!!^9;& ^o; .^ 93i^ ;iore .^I^b ;4?^^ .Kyy jiiSAitOps 
j3 ftn tt, ^ i ^0)0^29 •^'9«b9 ;i:kS moio^ AoiLcau 
bapi .^ftO^ I ai^ o*iikxj; .oj^oS o^fj[ pAO .p^9e29Foi.264^. 
al3L>.Kd^;; pae .^oa^ ;i2 a^aivo ^2 J(9^ ;!;. ^2 .^o^ 
ou^kxjlo .;^QA^i9 ;^ad<a32 ^o\ 0^9;; .;9op 9od^ 



Fol.2 



575 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^ 9k^ 9^2 :o^^ .mOIOa^XmX^ ^llasp ^LornjapS .^oi^l 
430730x3 ^^999 o^ .^obA3 ;i^oAlab«bo ;i2 ^^ .Jaio 
.Sils^^^a &^ JOsax ;:KQb033 ;3Xou*3 Mfiob2 .;aLA 3M2 :Qjb^ 
fis^i au«ip o2 .isa^^ ^¥^9^ \^^i^? 9!?^l ^^isb^fisS y^^ 

tafiu^jsis^o .^2ja3 01isMoax^^ is^i l>^ yl ■^'ajiAv'TtS 
,A«V7 ^>^ ^^f^? 5^^ ^ ?,n.*y<.<e .crNt3bk3 is&2 
is^a^a ;:» 5^,3^or ^,? ^^2 .isii M^M A^ ^ s^lSfSO 

;» ^ 3b^isJia oora .;3Li(d 3^'2 : pjb^ .i\\^,n*tBO ^ai; !^^i^ 

Uisd^'j? 'l^ ^^^ :^Jb^ .;ii3b39 oi^ .S^ m0)O^2 

.;^abMDaASo ;JSo9^<ada^o ;^oi^isxaaS ^iS o&of .a» 

^,ab*of .JiaaNtt ^aL loai ;i^9 v^^^j^? -^^ 0001 ^yiol :^^ 

oi^oijJ^^boS ^ PU3M .ao^kxjks oo^2o .^A^ t!^ 
0^x2 U^? '^i 99 ?jm&^ )^2i ;^2 :;iij^ -^??^o 
9m\ m^^2 .;JSoaMAbp .^M 07^ 3i^2 .^3*3^ a)^03wlbo\ 
03m;; :jaujb^ .\xo^uo ;#S.baoar^ .;ikoau9^ ^^V^^i^ ^^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 574 

^o'yStSs ^^^? S*akOi oa^^ .^i^oo^ia ^p >*e3 •Jac^a 
:m«^^ .0^ y>**iioe laii'l o^ ,a*ai .?o^i pyh o^ ^ 

Jl'^ '^ofi^ \\yt ^ora .isii Sbpi y^ .5^^A aoAs 

.^uo ^ pg^ o^ A^aii .you^axom \y,Y» o^ ooo) ^^smo 

.^osi is3^2 2^a^ -^iio ^Qf ^^ '^'f^^li^ -V^f2 ^^ 
^ ^xV^^acil ^ ^ >o^ }ooj 9U«bpd cd2 o^ aboj; ^^^ 
Jk^2 Us^oi .33^ ^ M^*2d 4^^ ^l '^ 07^ a>^2 .o^ 

;329 or^!!i\» ^ ^ «u2 lorn S^'i :jb^ .Q^ ^ ^i 

.jQs^i^p 007 ^ou la'l 3^*2 :;i}>k -^^^ >ft>iVyt.ttitt2 
;so7 - H - ft^S ;4Q9Ma^ ^,a^ ^a ^kbb ;«^b^ o^ ubsfs 
^o^o^a .bbpi PA ^ea^p ^P^ ;&p±*od o^^<2 aJi^^ 

op o\>< ^,3^1 pa ?j>\^jta ;'ii<^ 3^9 ^iso^'io .097 ;^eoMA^ 
aM^&p v^ojr ;3^3 .;3A ^9^ bbp2 :«^^ ^oT^ip ei^L^s^ 
2307 3m^ ;i0^ •^,?^ 9?^^9 t.?^o -A "^^ "Sdi 
eoi 3dy3o 23^3 .3bo2 ;2UCd ^o^ ooi .;i3*b3 ;sdajQ>A 

0^1^ .)i^i^ ^JSOC>Sb ;1^3 2->^23 .JQIOUAOS^OO) 



573 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.paSi ^^^oa &^9 ^07 .29 '^lo .|lis9^ ^ Ji^ ooj 
mo;oL23 jd2 «^ .^s^ y»a>ty ^'ttS.Sxa M^bp2 .;a2 S^'ia 

;is^ol&0o .v«oioia2 ;L3 ;&or .;so^ ^ uii? 02 .^^ 

.5^3;^ ^ ^aiOfiphi^o .5^ 3^3 407^^ ^^^ ^^?? 
Skbp^^a ^3 Jo^ .^fi "mS^s iSboSi ^S^ bou^ ^32 :\^^ 

y^sS )^^M 1^3 .3»2 aa A 9t,ei^ .;ai^i3 xjs^ 3^3 

.sA^ ;ooi 3m2 .poAs ;&33ab ^ i^i -^3^9? «A >'t^^»^ 

\uhi^ .^badadS ;&3ao3^ ^cdis p>,3» ^ao^ 'Jl^ ;i&;; ^^3 
.^Qboi ^32 iS*ao7 3bo2 :0T^^ -''^ii? ^ ^t^ joio^l^ ^ ^ 

bb3f jaiwkid ^,3! ;i^o .^ %)fio ;isA£b ^aLs jd2 ^^23 

Foi. 263<7. .^ol 3^ ^2 1 ;[^ ^^?9 .oy^iXtt B ^baVhiS ^pu^A o^ 
;oo^3 .^3*33 ^3^ ?it^V^e Uf oio73 .^oo) 3bp2 ^3 ;3or 
00^23 -^o^ 232 3b02 :e^^ -^^^^ ^P|^ *^,?4'^^ 
os^fv^e ftufl>y>iy*nS ;^ .0^ 007 «S,3L Zusii }oo^3 
;3ar \^>n3 >^o5 ;32 ;oo] sapi if^^s -a^? ^2 tJA 

.3!» 0^2 ;iawi2 .;39isaB ;qiiosS o^A^ ^^>^? ^^ .;is» ivy\ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 572 



.«A ^3^3 ^A.9^ ^**^9 -}'^A^9 ^'^ Ufi 7^ ^fH? 9^^^ 

<ao>s cm z^6s .isJoiSiO Imo ^'a^ise frwdbso .^fVoa^b 

o^ Si^'l .^2 ;fp^ ;;So yjsx^p ^,a^ ^«3^ ^«2 ;iS9 ^aiAaS 

^'2 :^^ >^o^2^ OnMS ^aii ^f^fia .^or }ia^2e .^aucd 
Jlis }90^9 ^ ^2 ^23 .07bA>«9 ^2^ .^90ibri9 ^ou ^2 

^x»2 :;^^ .;c^i :fl3ij 3iL^Jks ^lay^i ;fM& ^^ .^tiVti 

OO0! ^^2 .JliN9>!|£i J3A 0001 ^Asil 390 -li^aMi^ ^^^xiUto 

^si 1^9;; ;;l5^ ^^^^'^o>?9 'l^^\? ^ae^s^ v?^^? v?^ 
.jB>oS>iA»2 ^2 o^ 3^^;; -t^li? 3^a ^o .^oneaoAai ^3\4 
;a\$ ;32 07^ a^^'l .}3A3 ;90^^ «^9}^3 isMatti ;ifitfi2 
^A^ikO .^2 M^ ooo! ^>iflj*ifl ^30 5^2 .oskjso^ ^^ 9^il 
^^2 yOflbVa ^ ixi diSa 5^0 .^ait 9^3a29 ^2 .y3 eoo) 
.^JKoi^l'i jso^ ^^l? ^.? ^t'f .MU^a>3 "^Tr^? "A ^9^ 
;o,3^ ^3 ><3ato<»a ^007 ^dwisaoo .yoo^^ ^ JS*eoi 30^9 

1^2 ^oflo .^3mA>*3 o^b U^ho^^ «u2 ^is ;oo! ^2o 



Fol. 262*. 



5 7 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
.v*O?0u9i[lit||9 ^,?^ ^^ ^r?? 9.?^l u|49m ''^.l'^ l^^ 

ah ^ ifocS t^f .ai^ 3dp2 of^ciM, 5^9^,? )^^ ^$. 990 
;3M.b J(>S ;o^i >l2^o .a^;]^ 5^ a^ia pa^ eo/e .^3^.3 
«ajQ> o^ ^2 .^^o^ ;JS2 |L»auM* ^^ ^ora .0^ a^2o oof 
JA^ lj>**ic ^a 007 .;'i*fM v^a ubo5 i^fo 5^3^.^ A^^ 
o^ ooo) ^ala ^<^2o >ZxfM ^ao oof o^ S^2a ^2 
07^ 0007 ^^ 99 .offsSJAy a p yoo^ ^907 ^^wibaxo -^,aub ^ 
oof .^a ^PumA ^isii ^^a ooof ^a^2 ,Xi*P* ^aa 
^ao ;oua oi^ 9^2o o^ 4^ ^07 .^ofoikit ^ ;oo) AybftXp 
aiiUAboe ^oo; ^^iboxd .of^Socv^M ^9m ^ ^a ;o^i .;'i*fM 
.^oo! M07oii*2a ^iS w^9^a wov^aqe .Jisilis Niaa ;auQ>M ^007 
Ji^i ^ Ua^oo Jul ^aa 00^;; ^aud ;oo7 hiaoi zy^is 
Foi.262«. 07^^ qu^^2 JKoof ;^oa^9^o ^o^ia I 'J^V;,?^ .ao^jQ»&a 
;^iS 07^ aoL '^\ ^ ^3 ^07^^ '^'V?? 3y\ e'of .o7^oS 
;3^ ^2 ^ys^ .uoroX^ ^M? /B,?^ o^ 9^0 •^^^^? 
;\&iso23 ^;, .^o^Si 6^,?^ oS .^^i^ ?«^fli^ >da>ya 

;^a oof la/Hi .;aoa^o ;a^ 07^ ^eo^a ^^ a^ .ojat^a 

.^A^^o^aa oof 007 ^a^^o .la{il iVN^ya ;aa^ 07^ ?^? 
^a ^of .la^ yaSi l6soa>^^ ;xa ;o;Si .\y,v>a aA^ oof 

5|lbo ^A^a o^ ;iof ;ii» ^^? .^aox«»*2 ^'i^ ^^ ^2 

^^2 Ato >> .;IaM.a ^*oo7^ ^a .iv^ .;3A o^ ^p2 .;a;x 

A^o .u£sa!l^9 ;ii^a(A <^Q^a ;fK9^ JAeaaJ, ;Sa A 
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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 JO 

.Mail ;3032£S 232 :y.«^^ .^aci o^ ^^ opc^ jd2 )9u«^3 
\ix jd2 ^90^ ;Jis 4d07 ^ia ;iiSd ;Xo3isiao IkAs 
;a;^ ;Siftn*M> ;a3o5 ^^s ^m t^i^jcj; :«^;k .oiao^ 

Saojid u^^AOA* ;3i^ ^$^? 2^ ^ ^2 ;oo7 aapi i^is 

JK*MJK < %trt*0 ;oor3 U^^ O^ ^^f? •3>^2o .^l^ M^ 

\« . \^ • • • f ' > ' ' ' ' ' 

'^'aoi )^o ^o^ ^^2 ^'ai^o .^^ ;i^'o ^oo^ ;s*2 ^sl^to 

;aAft<^b Ayiyo .^afoSsfl loaj^ ^^3^ ^ ^,?9 ^^ 

.o;A b»j;o ^^^ ^? j^laM lalS ^^ i^'l zl^is 
.^ >»23 J^ ^<2 ^3 .0^ y^^o l:i^6s^ S\fi%Mt 

:Ad^ .U2 .^i|^ ;iKt3uis>< i^o .;i2 ;9^ ;isbM ^'^^^P^? 

.^2 :9id ;c^^o .;i2 ^a %^^ti^^ Uji? .UQ»*;oaA ^32 
vA^ .^JKaisiao ^oi^ ^H^9 ^^^? .or*.^A MoioLa 



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569 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

0001 ^3^2 :%V^^ -"^ ^^^ii? ^^ '^*^ ??\^l? 
^2o .A\>ft»j[ "fA^afsJI ?A*\\.tt I'om 999 -^^ ^^ iVyy 
07^ 3^'2 -^OM ^2 ^A l^Om is*ocr? ^or .^^otliQa^i o^ 
;oo] ;ii^ ^9^o .36^ ^ e2 .Q^^ ^ ;M ;32 .^|ucd 
^2 t^iLp wJSbp23 .oJOuiiuiS a^2o .MOiflucoiib ^^ftQo^J 
oSbaxo o!9isa oSfO .btio^s MoroaaoL, .aV*>«>^ ^oio 
Foi.261^. i!^f .^3jio2e I ^ajop^p\o a^Js o2a .^^ 990 .'>ia2 ^ 

.5^07^90 ^901^1 ^Xi 5^2 ^ .;»^92 ^3>^ ^.tba 5^ 
.mOTo^ox^o 5^3 gtl^ >oid9 ;L23 ^03^ ^^^ .^3LO xo2 :,ik>JS 
kJiti .op3 e2 ^0^29 ^^09 5^ JS«2 .2 isii .^9* 9«\ ^ 
9^*2 :^;s .5^ %ty»>iJ!V>9 ;L2 00^ ^^,?^ ^1^? 00^ ^9 

^ mO] ?Ai&8 ^O^i ^^90 ;^09m.9^9 .;9QS<9 ^Q* ^2 

JS*29 9^ ;3A .\\iy ooo) ^9bo2 :iai;V«;s .}^9isi9o ^o)^ 
.eop ^007 9bp2 ^isjaf ih^o 'Ofso^ oom ^9^9 ?A^ o;^ 
}oo! 9:mi'2 t^'vy ;i^ .000; ^9^ ;^ . j^e -^,9» ^9X^jk9 
9^29 ^9^ eor ^oo) 9^0 .^ap*LsS ^ib ooi ;i^2 .^eq^ 
^ao ^9m2 :^JS .)!^>i ;i^9o ^f\o9 ^9 .yOOT^ ^oo) 

.^29 ^ ^ ^29 ;a2 ;3^ .;i3x» 9^*2 :9^^ ,;MSib9n 

5039 o^ jS^ .;i3f ^3yti ^;^ ;S'9 m>2 ^aoJS :o;(^^ 
00^29 .ysaS. ^kSj. ^32 :oS<^ .;;se99^ 9oikif isii }oor 

;^2 : f^^ .jdi ^ i^i^ ^ -'pjos ;^^ ^>^ ^Mk? 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 568 

.;iK^o ;:aA o7.3^^ «^i&x J^ ^3 007 .^i «3uS^i(op .eoi 

;ai2 j^2 ^'^^^ ^?uco i^iisxil :ovb^ .ouixo | Morofibao foI. 260^. 

;Li^ m0703o^ .^aucd bbpi .;£k;i^s ;^fM ^v*b .^b^ia 

;oa7 2^23 ^^ 0001 ^bbo2 :oiQ>X .JS^^Lboi ^07007^ ;^3 
.mOIOm2 ^a»2 ^2 JSo^ o;^ ^007 9MM .^^o^ ^2 JKo^ od2 
M^ia ^iS^i^ ;oo) b^'2 %3o*2o .mSiM JC«aGb 0073 o^ bhoi 9a 
^oiosbd ^^odu^ ^JLb 0073 .oSoit ^o^ mm2 dso^b .000; 
;oai .Vy^**) ;^ .aiSsoS >aat,2 ^2 ^oo! ^^I ^yul .^or 
o)^;a; fi^ ^^l ^ pJ^ 1^2 z$a6s .^mobo'yja ^o^ ^2 

xiii .J^ottaia ;a9Liw MO)oi^2 ;i!09 lajti^ ^^ U>2 :y>*o^ 
.U^^ifiS liasp \Lo .;Isfa^23 ;oo! ^iSL^s ^^2 ^1 S*jil 07^ 
.■ \ji?iaS ;^i ^JsJ 9AO .;is9k^ ^jJiao^ ;oo7 :s*2o ab\^o 

OiSO '^^2 MOrO^fM SA ^3 ^'3m*2 .^07^ OO) k^2 ,3^yi 

ubo^ ^ab ..O07ftb9 xl ov^ 3M2 .^^ ;io^ ^2 .i^i 

9A ^» ;a;awM2 .0^ b!ao;;3 ^2 «a£Uo ;aJBi ^y^o .ao^ 

oo^Ko ikAlib .^L^ ^a2 ^ ;^2p .Ax2 o^;x ^07 



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567 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

390 .^o^kco k^2e 07,?M>^ oT-jpuOM }3A ^,^ 007 -^?^ 
iklp .£S3d^b ;[Aor OL0 .^i .07^ ^3^il .UMOO 007 wSfZ 
.\*sa 99 t^fl xka ^oro -ais^o .9s4mJS&9 i'^l** 39 <^^o^ 

^^b jMiA ^3 ^2 .^a\ oJ^3 t^aca^jks ^^3 ^o .bbi^^J^? 

pi^ o^ 3^^^ >^ uiifMttiS ;3^o ^2 ;^2 ^9 .b^'l 3a 

^2o .:zski^ ^^Vs^? ^ M>i -J^^ >^^ V? M -^4*2 
;kM }£sis^i :«^^^ -V^'^ ^?^? ^^ ^ii ^^ ^^^? 

^s^>^ .oT^s^ ^^V>?i» iapZjS^a em ^^ o^ ^oo) ^29 
^9 ^oo) 9kbaL pa .o^fM^aS JKooi ^^o ?i.^in\ i\\,y» 
mot o^A ^a^o Jsoo] ji3ijb>» 99 ■?l99>toa>^29 yil^ap 

9bboL ;^2 ;iii .o^J^ i^i ;isisii y^o; or^Ms^ji 390 .;^ 

.ouiOof9 ^eo) ;L^9l ;lS 990 .^sJ^oS liil .^0^29 ^>3i^ 
^ .)^9 ^iKb9u9JQ>2 eo;^ wis^a Usa .67S 3^2 ^9 opi 
.u9^ "^^^ ^or ^9 ^ .uoro^f2 ^^^^93 07^0^ !^^^ 
.>^09t^ o^6w k*9 ^a/d .>^o3bS dp 07^*0^ ^JS^ii h>3 wO) 
i^o ^j^ ?i>^tftS .^9^ ^?^ \J^^ ^?! '^^ ^ cn9Xo 
,Zv^bft3 Jsiba*or 3a J07 ;isisjk2 ^]Sf2 .^sSk^b l^ ^3^ 

// 

hAof .Jjd2^ ^i^isx2 3a ui9 ^abisa .NijQ>i^2 oi^^ baie 
.;&*^o^ ;32 OUO079 ^A^ >}^U(d3 'Jo^ JS*29 lisoisi -^b^i^o 
.yObouA ^aiS Morakf|Mdk9 9m ^b 34^0^2 ^sm* ^issaf :3jq»^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 566 

vmJ ^oS ^9i( ^^^ -^4?? ^ ^.,?^^ -^^V^ ^*f^ 
oa'ihisl %^ isM^? ^/\<o3» ^sSaip .a{i^ a^^j^e ^xas o^^^ 

oVimaIo o^sox U^ajo .f^^ie .^ba^JS^ ^?^^? ^^?^^il 
^bbiM33 ^^2 ^p .abb'i ^ ?nxftS ^j|x ;^i :A^^ .y^e 
aA^ isii .isfti ^oL fiK«;ai^ .ika a^ a^'i .^ A^b U^ox 
.0^ a»j[a ^,ab» ^iy oor ^i ^oisisjlo .^aie ^liox k^yas* 
^ia pa» ^e .^i sA Jioax .aabjLo ;^odu^ o^ 9^9 
.^)[ aiiL^xa oor t^or .2 .Jtao 07^ aasi .>A a^^ijia ^or 
.\£i ao^iis&M ;j^^ U-\ '^^ .l'x\\S ;|^2 ;fiKOiauivbba 
.^■>%bp iN*eo7 5i^*'\tni aoAs oS .^ao ^ a^ aa92 : jq^^s 

U>\!^ Itk^'p ^ ^a ^f.3 ;^;; r^io^ -v.?'^'^ ^^ ^^ 

.or^*ts^ Q^aox oao.aila ^j!^! ^ «Sbox ^ eo/o ..oba*o 
•o^a ^a ^XaI .^aaa ^^„a^ ^^'^^1^9 ^o]o^ ajB>j| ^9^ 
.^atMM wo;oiK«2 ^2 ^ aqo2 .^3A -^a^2 ^ o^ ooor ^*^ 
.^^ ^ ouii jiiAo/o .^aor loo] ;l^ .00; yOO^A ^'2 
lisAisioj^a .^'i^ ^ l^^\ ^ ^^ 19^ ^k^ :aA^ 
^lii^ab au3^,a okf^^o .;^o^;^ ;3i ^o^ ^lia ^^i 
;a«3^a o!ds«AQao .^oaiLboo ;\\ o^a^o .^M^iisMa 

;fta^*a arft^Sa \i ;s^,>xo jiiS^^a ;ao^9 ^i ;^^ ;!;; 



565 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

I ^ 5^2 .^AMUtdsi ^iS eSbi ^ .Zoo) ^^io eUp >Sy*»>o 
Foi. 259a. ;Ixoi9ii^ ;^2 ^ .sSiaif 99 ^30 ^d 0^07 .uOvloaiMQ>& ^p 
^ o2 ,^,iS ;o^i 9,ai9 >^9oa ^ ^oisxS^b .3^*2 ^ 
.;m3 o7fso>Ahj>*i ebis^ .^M «^»bas 9ao .^m23 ^oo] }q31 
;Ixoaa^ o;^'^ ov^ojo .^oM^ ^ iS^elo ^sLJKil ^flo 
00^2 .3^2o uQ>«;o^ ;3 j^ ^2ai ^2 : o&^ .^S ^i^oa^a 
07^ 3kbo2 .3abis29 is&2 lal ^2 .3da^2s ^09^ ^2 Afia 

5^^ bd^k ;^ •'^9,?^ ^i^^9 is£i ;fi^3 05&2 .;3o 
;ja Ao -^^ .!Sa2 ^ ;iS9 o2 .lisMoox^^b 5^2 ^,3^ ;^ 

.^92 ^^S ^or 5^2p ^*M90ttp9 ^2 ?tiVii .ais;^ 2^^^ 

^^I9 ;9Mi 1^ .0^ 3^*2 .;&2 00^2 ;i^ 4^2 eor o^ 9^920 
y^aioLLjS isfti ^9^? ^o -sabis;; jd^ 5^2 .^ii;s^^ k^i 
is^i 9aL -vf^T^ ^^ ^^^^ ^<^ '^^^^ l^\? 

is£i ^ox is*oo]r9 oaf )La»^abo 9»*\, ;^or 'isA2 w.M&is^oe 
^2 .jo^ lairi isii loaip ^ ^^p ?ivi'io .^o^ ;a>< 
^ ;i2.2 ^99 .^92 :9a:n .isfti bCLiss;^ Ao .5^ ^^ oo^ 

\9kV^ib9 ^^^ 007 MO .yOAff ^2 ^oS .;*90JQ>^ ^?^ 
.91^20 OppiS -^f ^i «>>^ ?SkO .^M :d9yb MO)oai31oLi 

^2 ;9^oao -vf ^ ^^^? ;4'^ist^ ^oad^ ^f^ ^'^1^ 
^2 ;jS9iNiM Ssi .^olo ^3 ;^90io ^9i»2 ^o^ is4? 

^ootS ^*29 ^2 I'p^oao .yOo^ is*2p ^9m2 ^007^ kJ^p 

.^ilax ^ii^ ^^9 9m ika S^^ ooo] yM2 :ya^ - \ * YsJ^ 
;3^;9 >^i^ ;o7^2 ^ ^2x9 .^JsaoS ^ ^ «^2 ^e 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 64 

^'ya ^M ^sisoM U^i ^ .^l lii^ ^^a 5^2 .^oioi^l 
fiiia .0^ sMJlo ^ajtiS S^ 1^2 zUis -l^i? oi>S^^ 
;xiaa3 md^oaS .0^ 3>^lio .^oio^AaytA ^d^jis ^aa M«9bXao 

;isaM£L AsoiA ^^^? .^oilt^ ^ ^,?^ ^?.?!? ?is^^ 
?t>th 07JS0A ;^2o .;^o^'iS ao^kOJka ^aftas 3o\^ 

aaojio -^osi ^^9o2 ;,3op iSM3^2 Ih^is* U^ .i^oyajp^lp 
J»ai.tl\ ^2 i^.a^o ^2 \%^,tt.b9 ^^oorb >^iu(D ojA 
a^ ;,bo7 ^^^ .;2L5e^^ ^2 op; o;^ a^'i .^^Sa^ 
pj* JKo^ -^^? ^r ^^^ ^^ oJs*2 :9k&^ -^^a^xb ^ae2 
^a 051 .o^l^a o^ ooo! ^jj^s^o .J^^lis^ ;m ^ 
i O< *\Vy is2 .J^ ^ofol^'p ^a ^ .;oai ^^^ A }|ucd 
ciis VnS ^ ^ ^o^ .;oua 00^ ^l^o .moto^ ^aJKj^o 
;i2 «S2aM .U2 bOdl ^ tkl .'yso^o ;oua oor ^ -Im^ip 

>ao .^a«2 ^ ^al la^^l ^a ;5ia^ .;i2 ;i^ ^ ;l'a\ 
«\^ ;of .a^;;o ;!»a ;\d9 ;id .;ao; ;oua 061 ^^dos 
OOO) ^3^2 :o^^ .^o oMSba ^a^ive .;i2 ^fid^ i^^o^ 

.;ft;^ ^^'^o^ .^Ad ;jk;^ ix^Maj!^ ^§a 'Js;;^ .;ilA 



563 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



.yA ^aiol '^or ^ >v>>i.^ o-S':^? ^3Lb92o X^isislo 
3dp2 :oMJS .oT^ ^>Si^v> ^o .^07 ^ ij^^oso ;>^axa^9 

^3d92o .^2 .OO^lia JSO^ ^007 3^bls^ ^^OS*3 ;^9 JQ>A3bibb 

3M^ ^3 001 .;3Aaf 5^;^ is^i aoL ^aboS .;u2 07S ooo) 

yl ,a^aaxlp J^ \^^\ ^»a^ib ^issio .jLsc; ^sorobs 
aa isAs 0073 yi07eA*i< :93bU ^Vmis .^2 ^ ^2^ a>V 

o^s;^ ^bo ^^4^3 07^ sbi'^ A -M^ ^^^? "^.^^^ '^h?^ 

^JiLp ^y^ isAs -^o^ <^2 3dp2 :M«bo^ •'^4^,? o<'f? 
^IsuAM isAo .^jsxaS juA ^3>^9 }*y***f isAo -^.a^boa odA 
;^2 .yapilo ^o^ ^aA A2ai: 9g^ ^m :\bo^ .;l^fe^S 

A^ -A o^ 3^2e .^2 ?atld29 is^i ;:a^ .jitxSi tf^^ 
.ouas %o&o7 k^2 ^*^9 e9^2o .ikai^ ^blJo!^ is&i 3diL 
m92 ^07 t^i ^^o .}|ucD eo7 07S 3^'2 .^aoLo ^^ 

Ao .^4^? v?^ ^^J?^ '^ '^ ^ii^ -V^oA 3atl523 
.;^i ^JSo^ ^^2^ oa^Z .^o^ ^2 a^bb;; :^ .^obak p2o 
^«2 ;naou* ;L2 .^^o 5pA3 u^^a .o7iAbd9a isaiSdi Ao 

^2 ^ isfti k^2k* ^^3b*a70 .^2 0079 07^^4*^ ^,!XU 5^ ^007 
Foi258^.;o7 .^bu3o ;^Q9yAbbo ^^^ ^,?of til -U^oJO I ^^ 
^» ^ .^S^oa isai ^2j[^o >^Qm2 pSt Aa^^ A? is^i 



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l^^aj ill wmOM 7»a>v»Si>*i o^ adpi .dai ^,>bo ^jfiui 

iKii ;vi .^iu&d 007 07^ 3^'i .A ;3wiiKi ^^kmSmo .^iKA^Laa 

Ma!oi^2 ?>\y3 la'l .?*tt\vi op/ 99 .AaUdsI ^sA o^ 
^.a^llttcrro ^^,?? ^?^^t ^^^^? ^??4>'? ^^jo .loo] 
^ax^»o .MO!QMa±} ooo) ^fbalb .^3^ ^»t»n\o .^o^'So^ 

^^2 ^^9 •is^oo) ^3 ^3 i^A2 .mOIOjkoJk ^^^ d^a>*Al 
l^ 661 ^,^ ^or .^aor ^ eo0 ■?soS>\i ^ 0001 A? 

M««i» isfti ^3 ;xo7 ,iskh6i o^ isA .^^Sivi o^ ;oo! d^id 

mMsIo .^sucd oora o^h w..is5Js2o -^^i^^ op!0 isfti 
o^d^2 ;a<7r3 ^^3^3^ .jSaI^ ^ai J^ Jioax -a^j^o ^eol^ 

^i X^" 09^ ^^^ :«i^^ .«^9|1 oof ^Aa sbbibo aao 
.;^30^ ?iV^gp aj3 aS^ .lorn sckL aa ^3m« ^^^9,? .uosua^fibi} 
mOjc;; ;i^ 990 .oraidaaa ;ooi ;3^o ^Si^^'y ;oo! auMki aa 
X^o .>tey>Aib 5^^p ^2 [ausa ^aA^<fib Ji^a .0^^ aMJ^ 
Ui aoL isii aoLa ^xsa^ t^ aA^ }m -5^2? ^2 >*«a>3ry 

;!;; .dai aopi .;i2 ^2 A ^ v:.? ^i^ -^^ ^j$ -^ii ^^^ 

)|^f o^a aoAs ^2 ^a^oo ^a ^ .Jl2 ^a ^ ^ ^a 
.5pAO30 a^2 ^a 001 .^xo) oLia .jQ»«>ib> o^^ a^ol .^ iai 

^«oroL2 ^V?'^? 'Vi^^il? ^^ >.*Aty x!^ au\ 01 ^Sa^ 

ubool&a ;oo! ^SmO .uQ>*aAa ^2 .^ ^o ^Laib ooa 

.0^ aaoj^o 4^ -"f^jNil ^ ^^99^*^ \\,'y ^o -oj^a 
^oa^a^ ^a aoAs .^ ^^2 ^ ^*3U yOJs*3i)a ^o^a 



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5 6 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
O^io 4^'^ 6sSkmyS> ^S;^9 «lS JKa29 MlO JOOtlftVlJ 

;3^^o ;iboii ^>^^3 .ijioi ^oxxS ^^;^^ 5|^ ^^2 ^o^o; 

^atboi .^isaoou ^o^ ^00^ .. e^sobax U^^ o2 ^pj o2 
oatl^ .£S39^b Ixai ou» .orJSo^ ooo) JKf29 ^or 0007 

^M y^'iboi ^e 073^^9 .30^23 J^ 6^f2 ^e .;iso3B iscS'p 
^du(d ;i!^3 ;49?^o .;ik0aiflM3M xV^ loo] ;\39 .vuA •9?A3 
JQ>aA32 ^32 i\4< OOO! ^3^2 :A30^ .?ti'>!ii .oo^ick ^oS 

.;iN9i^ o^isoio ;bLAb ^420 ■?„Vy*.ttjfD23 ;oo7 o73a^23 ;33 

^^;[o .qass ^*M^ ;3ai«f x^ ^^ooo .;is!|^3jQ> o^ uioxe 

SiiO .JQXA032 oio; .3db2o i^dKais2e .opC3 Awa^s ^>i63o 

07^0 motoLs oar ?n<ft!^ ^tttH 00; 073930 .uq»^ ^07 
;a<3 .0^ 3bq;; ^3 007 .^ij^yJOa i^^o^ loai ^ .o^ 3»2o 
007 .^ixl^Sa ^LL^ is*oo7 333bo }3is«2 .o^ 3bp2 .JS*oo7 Jsfl 
o^ 3apj; 990 -lislf^ ;^o>^3^o A^>n -o^ ^o2 ^3 
;^3070 .0^ 3d02 .?*n\^>i o^ ;oo7 ^^23 ;&o/ ^^o2 ojikA 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 560 

oof yaSiO '^\\ Ijioj ^2is6so l6seS^ Abasia .^07^ 
^o;a .eoiawibaS^ OMSJij^o yp&SfAa ^2 o^o .JSoAor ^aai^ 
MO)e\f>oio ;,aMiak^jQ>j| ^ ^070^130 -^f^o ^i* a^ ^?^ 
Moroa^o .oT^aoaa .eo^a h*aM«2 odl oaiseio .«oouisaS 
^a Ait 9A .yooj^o^ y<u)[ ;is4 'j^?^ ^0/ ^^l? ^? 
0^ ;ooi JK*2a X\\ ^ai ^il^^ -^M*^ ^079^*^1^^ oai 
6^ ^orio .;&aubo5 A^ ^i ^^ 09? :;a4 fl^^^o ;a*a 
;;soMa9 ^>\^a yMdoel ;^a ;o*a oor fa^iMso .34 U>m2 oai 
I aAo .^tti&e ;soa i^JOa ^ .^Aaslsxj^a ?M»ty>a oT&Lbo^a 
.;ooia ;9,a^a :^\^ ojSa ^qS ou^kacl l^^ ^oj o^;;foi.257. 
•!Sik&a .^SLa^ ofaopQX^ Ni2 ;al^ .o&aolo lof^Jl^ OmMio 
ls2 ^f3 ;oo! i^fjl :;a9^ .?»^it*n>a MOioiaijoda ^oao ^ 

laio .l%fO y^ajoLit )S6so .^is^i*a\ pijfci^ H^ -^2 ^xo 
;Ia^o .l^ipsa o^ i^s.^ dKooi ;I^^ ^aaa ;a^ ^^^J^ 
;3ia or^Siao ^ \s^ ysjk ;4^a ;»a^ .;^ao2 o^ ^ooi 
^2 qA mA&jk^ .wov^9 ordSoA ^4" 9^^ .jB>a«ia>^2 



559 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.uQ>*ifib» ^2 o)^ aboj^o .0^ ;a»23 ^:o^>4 ^ ^il ^^^ -^ 
aiao ..oa2 y^^o ^f2o .^^^iaaS l^^o Ih^aM 6s*a!^ ^9 

t^f .^SLA ^o^ 07!^ 3^2 .;lS .07!^ 3^'i .^,a^ 5^ o^i 
:^oS ;^;^o <^'?9 ^aii ^^^e .a^.2o ^2 w^fia K<^*bJ^ 
oa^ ^i^ ^o .;aud 07!^ 3bq2o .^j^ ft^^Laa .>bo2o ;aA 
isifiU ;ifla is*9«* -Jlaid o^ a^bpi .;i^ 3^^2o .Jiba!^^^ 5^ 
J^ eui^ ^o ^2 JSai^M 7^9 -^,.?^ ^ o^^i ^^ -y^l 
i!^^ .:^ ^om ;^6s3 kAl ^^ y^ -iNii ^2 ^61 '^^^4 

;^o^'i ^ Ml loo) l^6>saa zS^>^ -^^? '^\ ^*ax^ ^aio 

iStiyii atS loo] ^a2o .^isAfib yJ* ^ao o^J^ ^ooi JSa29 

Foi.256^.aao .yO»i ^2 ^aS <^92o | .^is!^>A ^007 ^fS^o '^^t^ 

.p3^ 5^ ^aisobo ;lS 1^6] .0^ 3^;; ^^^^ "^"f?^? ^o^fr 

.;3a9>baiS «^f23 o2 .vA ^mSA ^^cu« >^^ ->^i^o o^^o 

^hhl iL^o .;is*!ktl3 yjK^ jsoru;;^ oi .^luaaia ^0^2? e2 
^2 o^ 30920 .^o* ^3«sS ^3mm ^2 .^2 ^oo)0 .jd2^ 
^^1 i^f i^l .aa^ioS isfti y^a^^ ^07 ^ ;,&*• ^^o .yOd92 
£\*2 iomo .^loAa tSAtt \>\(i A^2 is*oo?9 -^^AfiLs 
.?iS^mS ^Qm ^0^23 .^Jtpyb oors otaA^ ^9^^ ^r*^ 
;n«23 .«S*2*i3 ^32 ^oo) ^^ac^ ::9^ >^f^? is^i y^aay ^oro 

.^3&9o&3 ;xS 9m ;?»n^\ ;>»>3 *^^e^? *^?>n-i v^^ ^?^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 558 

a aiifiSo .aiifts^p ^^^9^9^ ^<^ ^^ ^\ ik ^\ '^ 
» aM\ ViiS .JaucD yoal^ 3^j|o .^,a^ ^^im? ^ ^i 

^f^ yi ^i .<4 3»2 ^ jD..?^ U;; .o?2^ ?c^;;? ^;; ;x> 

.^ >a ;oo7 pa^ loo] 90^9 p,3M eor ^3 oaj .yhMtrS 
loo] 6s*2 :«^^ .^1 )^ y^ ^^l? ,^i^lo A^aol Ijyo^o 

.o^.^e 07JK3 ^ o;\^^ Xfibt .9^ ooo) ^SiJSiJao ^iuoa 

.OVCD^ 4^ ^ ?r V? o^^^iulto oiStpol ^'o M^orie .oo!Foi. 256A 
^ikO^ai yOov^l ^23 .o;^ "^i^^^ "f^o "?^^ "Ae^ 
.^ia^QM \>< ^^ yoal^p .a^ 3^2 0010 .^aJbo^b 
;a^S^uo2 ^ ^l .^k ;9m )S P,i»o .o^isAaa v^^k2o 
^mO Aoa2 .^^MiM oor o^ 3M2e .?ioA 07a ^29 ^90^9 
.\a;^o o^oiuo .^MSiiMo .^Mxy ^070^ M^aio ^jaS 

&!|^ ^,?^o .?%\y JQ3U032JS ^2 ]lj[ .0^ 9^j; ^3 007 
oi^I&'i^ yoa^ isAs y6a>tao\ .0^ y^c^ ^9 00} .0^ 

titt'ijb ^ ^s^^ ^A b ;9Mbo .bor ^^fMf ^,>*^ .?>^» 007 ai^ 



557 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^p 3d^2 ^p ''^h ^^^ ""^^ .Mor09u'i^29 ;i'92 

.oiS 9do2 aa .007 ^2^ c^ Mis*2o .0^9 JlXk'iduQi23 ijk^l 

bdfae .^^'x'i^^A ^^52 ^m A X.2 ^tft^lnisl ^^o; ;of 
.;3A hb9 ^2 Q^«2 za{^6s .o73dUi9 Abaae 01^3 lya^ 
^«&AiIa ^2 ^^ ^3 isfti ^^ .crj!^ o^^2o ^fl^ ^2 ;soS 

Foi.255^. MMAboo .M^'Sea I t^ optS ;i2 pLcd .^2i3 mmIS ;s2 }fui ^2 
o^ 9bp2 .^0^2^ is*e0) '^l ^iiisoo .^m oj^ 3m2 .0^ ;i2 

bd^is .isaboji isftia .0^ ^oo! 9ki»2 ^lO^or -^9^ ^^ 

M&W^^b Joro 0)LMO3J3i^ Jci2 \QUbo Ji^Q9ui9^ )^<* 



.;A^ ;i2 99 ^^Cjktia ;a;^ bt3L^2 ;32 3i!»2 :qS^ 
yA ^oo) S»2 ^ofr^ Ao .>o^iai> ^ai "pit is^om '^boL 
loa\ pib MOTosu^a 0070 «^39 ^901 }|u(ae Ap^ P^^iP 
l^opl^ ^2 ^x^^o -^^^odi; ^SrvSo A .^Ibo ^007 ^^o 
;lS2 .^3M ;k3L^ 90^23 A 3db2 laoJKbo ^e .^9^9 
}is jLi^29 .;ooi 9bp2e .^001 ^Nao ^0709^1)^ 007 ^90^0 
;i9wiio .99iM^;^9 ^^o^ JS<i^2 .^ai .0^ ^^l, t^l!^ -^A 

Ax v*0)^>9A ^3U(d 0070 .^^90 90^29 A '^i 9M2 A 

09^2e o7^oS ^aio e^2o .^aucA £s^9o2o >»4Aao .^ooi 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 556 

;«MJ|9 Ui «^^33 iSy,y 'Uao^ oo^ xb^^o -r^? ^^ 
mS^^S ^y^ .^a> ^i i^i o^ ^.;;o .^^ ;iK ?\W\ 

^D'is -07^3 ^i\,SiAS ^3^ ^aix ^2 ;^2 .C7^ hiiolo 4^o 

M0reiM2 ^3JS3 ^3 J2flU«3 .^3923 q^SifVS ^3^ }333b03 

^£s.3 ^,3 oar .?«.boxS ^3^ ?\*ij>af)3 .;i^ois«^e l^o^jy 
.laiii 73jb ^'ti'fcnS oj^ 2a9*fibob J07 .}^oiiS0u«3ao MO)e4*2 
A^o^ ^jl 1^2 z^Ss .;^^f^ ;lAa)3^ ^a]ok^M, i^SipHio 
Jsi M^ «tJoaLS .07^ 3b0j^ MO)e,3^^ ^ ^A^ 990 .3^ ^>f««f 
^*orei^ A«3 MsoAjb .0^ 3^j| ^3 007 .5^o3Jb ^ ^^\^3 
?\,i(lm23 ^«23 l^iS ^fs a^l^d^ J^\tji 5U3Sj^e ^m&Is 
AnfiottBo .9«2.M$ o?^9 2,?^ '^s^ ^^9rP -v^^ ^^iHI^ 
)\xo3 yoo^ ^aLS< ^o .^obB )bi JSO^ ^?^ ^ ^\ ^^ 
^3 .oJOJiJ^JoS e3^j^e yrftutps ;u^. y^a]oa3X op* S\h 
yoo^ ^3^^ -o^isS^aa yaSi ^ilixoso ;A3tJo^ ^o^m ^som 

.«*0!033e3 6^0339 ^^Ijbi^sap 9A .^oao ^A ofl>''>\h 0^*0 
;&3bde3 is*3ac ^ -^9^ ^^ ^2 .^aua ojia ^,3iS o^ 03^i 
9aB3 ^3 9w^ ;^i \y,y eoo7 ^3^2 :3^^ -^^o^ }o^ip ?ti.'>i73 



555 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

j\to> Joiij^ a]6seSo .;£uuJS^ ^moisoyJti }L^ ^^^^ 

I .079k^ ^O^ «^f^^ ^9^ ^?^ -^^j^ <tSO!0O 2,x^ 3ae 

Foi.254^.tSiM o^ y.^kx2o -oof ?in*«S ojS^o^Io 0^oS ^5^ 390 

' o)|\\A eo^ %3i6i& .x^ ^Oii diss ^3 ^ojs ■o7is<S.tlS 
k^la •Ji'a^o '^^i ^3umA t^oia ^fj^o :?tou«^3 Uxi«2 
^orp -^^ V^? ^'3^oiQ>3 ^>^o^9 y'P^P "^^fi -o^ 
^LmA i^oi ^f^9 loo) %ti^ 990 .001 t^ls ^io^i boSoi 
^ait 007 ^>MM y^kso -lf,?3^ a\>^ e\fiiij^2 .^3^2 

^JSa 3^2 .^9m2 oar o>^ xiii .crft»oA<^ha\ £S&i ^lo 
i^2 ^ bborue .bddo ^^boAs 5^ ^^^o ^if'^^h ^aka 
^}S^ ^fM^2 ,^A!S>»bo 9A |n^ 0730 .^o> "^^P ^ 
AiMJK2 ?so»ton ^S ;sob03a .oadJixMa ..00^ yaolo ^3^*09 
la^iS ;ooi A^33 ^aisibo liixSL ^2 :a^JS -^>!b ^oS 

t^i ^i w*3 OMaiss2 .y»Q^ ^2 ;SoS w3f3 J^f2 .yi0;d33O3b3 

jB»f^iao ^3 007 .^d^A ^^^ S^ .Ua^ 6m^ -^9^ ^\ 
^mLo .fis*^2 ^;»S ;i23 ^2 A ^oaxb .Sboi 3a loo] 
^2 .'^1 ^3A3 o;%tyh mOTo^ ^ 390 .iM o^ ;oo7 
\Sf>?y>S ^2 s*ol ^9 tl^ ^3 "p'ia .^'yl, Jtiio U^aSL 
oi^ looj Mo .2eo) M p^ l^^ '^^^^ oSM .^4^ ^ 

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SAYINfJS AND QUE55TIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 554 

•eo) ^ftAXsop ofj^lo .2,3;Sc ^ otmomS ^aajK^o -v^^'^ 

eOOI ^fbOuOO .ZJK>>>^ O^ 0007 ^^S*^ .k^XjkO^d I jui^ Fol. 2540. 

.mOIo^ }^? vf ^^ ^^^ ^''^^ '^^ yoo^ yoa^ 0007 

?nteN «^;[a; ;«^i :\aj^ .00; ^2 ;oo) ^biiop a]6iSx aae 

U«i U2 ;fu. ^,>s;; .^isAdS ^oroA^ia ;i2 .^isis^ A 

oor sm^ 0*007 .^xj;2 00^ v^3 30^ »^?A»A\< .00; 
^oolabf^a >}3A b^'2 :«^^ .Jiapo^ .^ JOusJoo o^b^b 
.^^ofOMii ^ \^isis40 bi»^^ 993 eo^j^ .^taaaS a^M 

o^ ^^l>3Ljko ^oj^ib ^ko .Jia^ ^9*^ oi^oS ;<w& A 
\>< ;e9! ^*2o .;oo) 6s*l ^ ^>f«M :A^ -o^ Jjodxid 
iVi'iii orisAtJ jsoo; ;a>ma3 .^XmI ^s^mm o^a^o 3^^ 

aoJKo .o^bauA ^^ o^ ^ruoil ^^^a .007 ^lau^A MO)o*>A&d 
;So^ mmIS .Ws<i .A ^2a ;baA i\\,y .a^'i y^ «t^?^ 
^sfiuAa on^^l^ 07^ ^3o2e «aii>^a .^a^a^ Z^or Aj^ .^A'^m 
^ia oiisAtA ^jAmS ;oo7 )Sao!0o ^Mi&o .^2 ^Aijb ^lof 

^aa pAo .ords^^ ^ ^a^ii u^aajsj^o Xbd^isjl Af'2 990 .oor 

.fik^aajSj^ "^^ -^P^t*^ ^ ^'^ -^^ ^ ^ -^ ^.l^ 
'^fais ;l^ .isii ;ia^ 2aor i^^V^o -^^^ ^ ^'^ "A ^^^ 
.^Ufajsap ojjbl^ . biM \yy ^ii ^aa aA^ ^aoa 1^ 



553 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



m^ yiaol .^ojuo yoojiio ^i )!$^o .^^ ^^!? "^^ 

^1^9 ^3^9^ ^,? 09^ ^ot^f -^ "^cTfo ;i^ o^Abo ;|u^ 

^o; ^9 ^A^9 -^^e? ^3Miio ^33 jil^a a^t .^9JS 

ppJti ;aLiQ» vA 3^20 .^A oiis^iso >!^^ 'A^,,? ^o 
\io .^ ^3^;^? j^^^^^ ^ji A2 .6si2 ouaii A is&i .^ 

}oo] 3doL au^ ^P^fM* :oa^ .mOIcAm^ t^2 qS ^^o m&4 

is^i^jt )A ;xar .;^i o^ o>bo2 ^ais^o .Tivy^ts ;a9A< 

loaj a^'2 xfaJS .(.j^m Ntiol^ ^^j^il ^^ v?^ ^'^ '^^ 

opK^ ^9,^3 a'p^^Va 5^io -007a ^2 ^3>^ouQ3a ^o}*Kf2 
?Mrvtao .2 ^ooT&a v^ •opua^da ^s^ oA ^ia*A .iseor 

e^ aa o^Sa eor 5u2 .;&>^q«> oA ^^LiJu ;aAor ^a^oe 
^9'ofo .^Jb oofa o^s^o o^o^a^o ■^at*^^ o^aita 2^^^^ 

pu^a .^^A ^2 3b*!^ lii^ai .opc^ i^a 5^2 mOToA^ Je2^ 
.^aoM ^aor mOJ ^^f^ao ^isx^ajb .^^oa 3w\ i^2 .a^ ^ 
.^oA ^907 iS*2 (juSt yisai$2p .l^uo loa\ '^2 Zy^JS 
ooa\ ^^a ^'or -^'^^M ^ia j»'>\(rL\ 0901 .oSf^a 
pj* 'fAsa^j^ J^aa -yOil yO^Ssoxp 5^2 .i^^auM* ri>^vA 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS, 552 

3^'i :^V^ .c{ijtxk^ ^'y^ ^Oi^.? ^-^ ^o '^ ^f^? 

i^^o .;ildi yMa^;; ^3 ^*oo) ;il^ o^ia .^is!fs,i ^2 ^oo? 

;3a.* oiorp ^\T '^ ^9^ 9^ ^Vt? ^^l^ ^^^ ^ 

.;^ o2 ;^o^ wofo^2o .;^i ;^2 «^>^o^ ^J? ya^l 
p>st is&i .^20 isfti ^2 y^3 .^sub o^ ^'2 .;i2 ^g^^js^oo 
.JKii ^2e ju2^ is^i 92^ ;^ ^,>i;; .iai paL 3^ ;^2 

09) x^ .fisoo! ^ai^i ^ai> ;!02 :^:s .Morofis*2 ^ila^ ^or 

;^2 zAAJs '^^^ l^'^ ^^^? ^^ ^^^ ^ \?^ ^ 

l^ o^ :k«29 ^ea ft^^L.aJB2 .23 .Sbo2o ^o5 ;3A tS;a: 

xS ;a«2o .;iua o^ 3^1 .^^ 3^fl? ^^2 ijj^ .;z^i^ 

;oo7 \Si*ni*ift3 w«^bb2 ^3 ,>ft«V*ttin>23 ^s^&b ;303jc»«2 tl^< 

^uJKa .1^23 .;oo) 3^*2 soAa ^^^ ^o7 -^is?^ V*i^ 
^3m2 :3a:s .U^as^ ^9^% ^^ '^^? -^^^ ^^9^? 

ejAi^ i^ix-bOb!^ eoo! ^j^2 ^j^^io .yOopi^p \a,tti3 ^ooi 
99 oooi ^f2 yOio; i^2e .^S ^M ^3 ^2 .^oroM 
;I3A 99 ^92 ^;s3 ^2e .;oo7 >o»*V\,Nbo ;i^3 ytt^ba 
4I2 ^ .U2 1 ^oL ^or Zao; .^oduoMS isAs \^y yOo^Foi.253^. 
M<^2o Uaor 96^0 .07S ;l2 dqu ^Sis a&2 . 2o .;i2 .^^Lx ;iNii^ 



55 I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^y^cic >;a^^2 ;*toai eorp ^3^ -^^i V^? ^? ^^ 
.;\^S^\ mO) ;jSox^b .;|u(d Si^'l :a*is .;m o;isAi3iS 1S92 

;3uA Mlp -^,?g^ ^^ ^^^ -^^9>?l ^ ?v;; *ii ]i<ft 2 

.5^^i3 vA ^001 ^*2 .is^oo] bt^j^a ^?^ 9^iiP -^ ^i^ 

9b^2 oor ;^i ;^2 990 .A^ vA is*ooif ;xbo mS ^ia 

;a>^ao o^ ^'2 .oraoui J» o^ 3^2^29 ^a^ ^oio^iS 
^\bo^23 .0^ 3k^2o e'or ;«^i^ ^^i>^ *^o^ ^uea .^crroai 

.5^9 bd«di ^ ^^2 .;xiQ> ;^o7 >^tt<M? ^ ^^o '^ 

OlS 200! UQ3U^ Uk3 007 .^ajG9&9 OO) \Zl ^OO) ^sl ^O 

Xeb: b^i^oor .^a^ ora^i 07^ is^i Xax ;lS29 .;9o) a^^pio 

.^ajs&S oa^tob 3^3 ^o >o^a ^xa ^£1020 ear ^2 
o^ ^^^9 -A^^N oof ^2 o^^^yila: ^<jl3f ^Ka^a ^>or 
o^S JS&2 Xdia: 3^2^ .oof ;^2 o;^ aibp2 .ca\ >&2 bdAiS 
.^a ;ayjB>^ ^ i^2 wOiEMS ?V^'»h(rr>2^ 07^ a^'2 ,A^\N 
ottodtt -a^2o ^^oal^ ao^o ktJU^isis2o oof ^2 v^eisis2o 
Foi. 253a. hiloi : yM*^ . A^a ^aV^2^ of^JOk \ ^2*^ ^0990^3 .1^2 vA 
a^i; .;30m ^ ^iA!^&oo ^>^ a^a .;m2 ^ ju2 ;ooi 
^&4w^ ^2 aibo2o .;30m mO]0^2 ;i&i0 ^,a^ ^? .^^ol ;32 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 55O 

lom l^tio .0^? ^^ ^ ^t?*^ 19^ Xfiixo .JtL^tisifk^ 
.laom cn^eS A^a ^,?^ .^is^bia o^dcoa ^ai^ oop 

,<^ ;is .ov^ aa0j[o be! ;iii dKoi pu^ ;^i ik^ :^:k 

pAO .-^a^ .^>*n\ ^,aJ^ 07^ loo] k<S^ .Vyy .Z,?op ^^^ 
.;ikedu^ ?^,? >^ ^^i^ m0>3^9 '^^? "Sul ^slo 4^ 

;aii fi^o^ uQ>AQd;I&b ;^aOg>^i J^ai ^#3 «^92 :>*6^ 
•vP^^? ^=UD ^2 391^ .JOOfmX^ ^ 390 .uq>*;aoa> 
&0OI ^,3 0001 yOo;«is*2 .opa4x3 ^;4^e ofS l^^ ^ 
^ ^1 loj 'Ssk^:soS ;30d^ ^^^ 990 .;^e^3 ^3il 

w.«d^ .gr.>»^.Nis^ ^iuQ) loO] 3b9j|0 .^3^3 ^ itHt ^k^ 

;ai3 ^o>39;a ;!o^b ^oaLX ;^a.QiQ>^i 3^'i .^ooviSf2 ,:S>»>i 
.op 3&o)|e ?>S>V^*i ;au(D 3#^o .tS^l ^or ^?^ jq>*^oo 
? « i i aft i .9^ ^^^ Axeo ^^i^2 o'pf 390 ..007^ ^or i^f3 
.^2 yOo^S 3^*2 .\|^2 ^o^.bo.^*' ^\ ^^ ^-^? 'VP?^ ^^ 

yoihii ^^Stfi A ^^3 o2 .^xor 1^09^3 }auA wO^osoiiiS 

.^^otiA^i ^or ^^ibos P90 I ;3or ^ o^ ^*2 ;?f^^ ;£l^3Foi.252^. 

.^JkS^2 lai \^ ooo! ^sdbi :o7*^ .is?as« ^o^^^A ^,3 isii 
U«)a2 ;3a^ mmOocj^o .or,3ai< '4^ ^f&3 }is&f,?iA^ ;^? 



5 49 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

y^^o .;o7^i ^ 9b4' ^^^^? Syy -^^^^ "^^ ^^? 

^3 ^Ou ^mI O^^ O^ 'yOo!^ yspl OU^^Nl SAO ..OC^ 

bhsis 1^ 007 bfiLaio .2^m9 p3k^ 01^ adi^o .073^2 ^suoUs 

mOIO^ ^,3 07S ^2a .yJQ>2JS2 ^'0 ^^*^ ^9 ^^ y^o 
3M20 ^^^j| ^3 Ih^ .ojixl^io O^^mO ^M ^ 3k^^ 
.;:3UCD 07^ 30)2 .;l2 lis'i 5tA^ ^^£1^23 ;xo73 .007 2mS 

39 .;3kAxs.<is3is ;Iix oof ;|ud ^3 saj^ .;i2 ;,x^ ^Ji*?k^ ^is 

;3UQ>2k<is3^ ^ol «^ t^2 39 o^ JOSfXO .6ai ^0*3 o^ £Sa2 
;rucd .073^ ^4^9 ^of ;ou3 box ^of Jllix sisao .^'ibo^ 
^O^Am -isttaii ^b9^ .079 3^,2 wti'3^3 w*ov>fM 3»a 007 ^3 
^23 .^3ji lofil 5^V? -^92 .35920 oar ;q*3 4^0 .^OJS 
Sli 3o32^ laA lU^ '^^ wmSA^ ;i^ mOTosom^ oo;&j^ 
Foi. 252^. ;2l5uQ> isiio 3ao .^ioi^ A I 3db23 .0^ ^2o o£u^ ^iS 

.xSn XV< ^S^aS 5^m3 ^00^0 .tSf ^3032^ .0^ 3^,2 

oi^ ^fbo 390 .;3wM );is^32 ^ ;&^a ^£ff&3 «^f2 3m ;^2 

.;is^32 o^ ;^2 .^*dJ^ ;^ oor ;^2 o^ 3^*2 .is^&isisj^ 

007 ;m2 %^dpiK 390 '^^^ . OOAf^JSJkS ^&boo* ^390C %^\ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 548 

yoa{!^ m07o;«mi .^j>dkai ^f>» ^ai af^ ^^l .1^ ^1 ps^ 

U06 .;i2 jau^LA )^p Jop .^isAAikis;; ;^o .^i aoL ;^9 

^ ^'o^ .Iv. ;=uca ^b ^V^a a^b'l .;i2 vjL ^^ ^y 

^i ^^ ^^ oSjl :\^ -^^N^ '^tma ;l^? o^JKAi 
4x^i a^bftS iS^a ;a\J yOov.'friSjs atia5o >^,3^m^ 

^i ^a:s ^0/ ^ SbM 3^.2o .or^*^Mi3 jQ»l,i 5^079 
^xli }^ .0^ ^?^^fi k9*^\? '^\ ^^ ^^^ ^^? .oihajS 
^a^o ^uSuy^JKboa o7^oS^ ^La^ouo^o AAh Isiio ;ij| 
.^0!a\i ^oMu&a oii2e .^a^ /°^^il ?^o .cy^S>y,y 
IhlS^l ojoi kSl 1^2 ;^a .0^ ^aio2o oor ^i^ ^070^3^0 
.^Ka^M ^ 9A M^ fiK*2 ^a\i ^io .007 '^lo ..flu*2 ^al^a 

Xtixl^jfa ^007 ^akMJSM 007a ..ooi^Lja ^ooi ^a^ m^foIici^. 
o^f^o .a»^a ;!»,i^ 5^ ^Ltox jia ^^2 yoxaio .;i2 
.a»;|o oor ^i 4^0 .^33 y^ ;aLA ^kd .o^iiasdoua 
^mqI ^ ;!;[ JsojaA^Ho -^?^M>^ ^'A^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^.? 
^ ;Ao ^a^ X^ dL^o .^isAcsb ^iOxii ^^92o ■?>4)>f» 
X^a ;a\i cuQ> ;^a .^a^lo ^ar 1^2 vA ^*^2 .^^aoI 

^a^ t*^^ ^l'^ '^i^\ jO^tiy ^ ^^^9 •?^^? 



547 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;oo} ^fl .;?a^ o;!;^ ;xd ;^i ^ ^2 ;oo] ^^la ^:k:^:o 

^cS^lp ill A^l ;M>!K.bo l^Sia ^9 .9k±ii pa ^JSea^ia 

:o^ .;&or ;&^o^3 ;3\i aJ^ oaqj .wje^ ^^^ .;ii«oI 

.a(^ isii ^ifd^M? ;^3^ 5^ ^2 wfibia: ^a^ ;i^a -^q^i^ 
.;>boo^ ^oS loai ai^ ^ ^Lmm :9^ .w«>iiK2 o]^^ aao 

lASooii eiK2o ^aX -^oo! ^070^2 ^21Xa> ;'i303ba aao 

' ii « » ' *• i» ^ ' • It f 1 \' »' ' '* " ' 

^ aaS yoo^^ p^ M ? ^^ "^^ v«a!o;^o .oof ;>aoo^ 
a^2 .;a2 is^i^j^ ;i^ ^xo; .;d^i o^ ^xioi ^aisao .07,3!^ 
Foi. 25ia.oiS92 :mi^ .^010^2 w«3U3m I JdQiQ»52a M^a ui^o2 .tOOiS 
;oo7 ^*2 ^07i>^ aM» JSinO >^^i ^2 ^o^ ^M >^'^ ^93 
aA^ ;32 -yOOiiSp ^ a(^ abbp2o AAli ^isxa ;:KoiaaiQ)b0 
^o:s ooro .5^ ^2 aoiL ;^ 07^ a^bpi .;isau^ ^a^* u^ 

wfiU^uQ> ^a .3^2 ^oJS om .^isauM^ ^'ag^ A adkS< ..a>aoa^i 

I ' '-11 I , I tm' ^ ■ » ^ '^i* \T m „ \^ I 

.;isxiii lisox^asolsa ^aioSSi loo] 6s*2p ^ag^i b*a 007 .^2 
;ib ^^oo7^ .^awM ;isak*Mao 232 y,!^ ad^a .oq k^l 07S a^2 

^j^a ;&or ^o^ a>^jto ^,akM» 4^ ^a eoi .^aMi2 ^ ^2 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 46 

mO)*4^o iJOoaai Sox ?i\^03 ^^o&ka^p ^a ^i ^e^ .oar 
dib lls^ SSjo y:? ^M '^9^ ^^ a;is*Sj3b ^op^ 

IkaI kdax OU9 \^3 .0^ ^>A 39 o:(S %y?*tt^ \^^^ ?r 
jIbAO oqS Jis^l h'xko ,loa] i^ ^sucd ^p 051 .* oai .^ 
oiM \>< .0^ 3^.20 ;a^ ^,3 007 .o^ffiL^ .^ 07^ ^^9 
mS ^9076^3 )A^ .;iuD o^ 3^*1 .?»bafa\ ^ is&i ^3>^ 

\Ao ajKai 0^W ^io .007 ^aiA ^3a« ^'smm^so .cuabui 
^2 ^0010 .k^cnoLitf OMiisd^NJIo eof ^p o^S J<|mJSj| .^oI 
e^ oooi ^ala ^«i^i .^ ^^^^ ^J? ^^ •^^^ ^?o 
4o»b ol^ ^29 ?\n>^\ ;fM ;x.9& ^2 :\^ .^slo oorp ^ja*^ 
^o .s^^ MOfToX^ 07^ ^a^o •/°9r^,? ^9^ wmSJC^ Ao 

U^;* or^o^b ;o7^2!^ sfiiAlo ^^ .oraoua ^2 ;^2 .soAs 

' ^* •' '• ' ' ' ^ ^ •• ' ' • ' • 

o^mO o7d^o^M ^v* t*9 }opi .of^^o biwfta ooto .}o*b 007 

^aoo .^ait oar ;3S ;bijflu ^ .;oub oar i^^SmS hAx 
^olao .;;so^m4 ^9^ ^^^ .or^oS^o oppo^ «Mik0 



545 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

t^i paSi ^,>07 -v^'^il ^^^? ^ ikikt^ ^e .9^^ ^o^oro 
.0007 ^^2 ^i ^3Js .07S 3^.2o ^noS A2a: ^2 :;^ .9^ 
llfi^ )\axiiO -^Q* ^i^ p2^o .oiiO^ls ^ooj ;\x su^ 

^29 .^o^'ia ^00; ^iA^ ^?9^ ^,? ^07 .;oo! ^qd oy.tf\A 
00^2 .^3A ^b02 .^0^2 ^kb a^uSoA >^ailbo yOop^ ^S^o/ 

^'^bd adp^ ^jlo .^3^.3 ^ "^^^3 ^^ 07S ;eo7 .07^ 

I >J^f^3 M07O*fiiilLXJk3 ^007 Uf^ ^ ^4^ ^? ^.P' -^3tM2 

F01. 250a. o^j^ ^007 «iiQ»A^o .or^o^ ^907 «^!|2 ^}Lbo2 ^30/ iVyy 

OOr ^3 ^ObOu^ .^007 ^^ ;^ ^2 ^3 007 .073iji3^ ^od07&3 
.^Qdo^3 07S JQ}*^0 orJSoS ;007 A^2 9A .^talx ^^^ ^3A 

3»^2 ^ol ^ x^e -OTbp^ v^92o ^^2 oof v^^jS2 ^^Sy^o 
;oo7 ?nNi_*io 9c^o .^solS ;9k^el^ ^^4^^^ ^^>^? -^ 

k^^ 990 .^4^0 Ojayia "f^t^^ 'h%^^? ^^A^Ml^^ 

4^0 .07!^ ;I3A 3^ oyAaS>a3 ^sie .^«^ bfiL^isis2 }3A 
.Jso^ -^s^A* ^*oa7 a-i^ ;i2 .^oo2 ^SjNftj )i .3fio2o U>\ 9.?7 

is*oo7 iSf'2 39 .5^!S^ isIisA29-;\bo4>' o^ iWy 007 >S\,y 
^ umI ;i39 \A.Q skae .2a<'r ^iNs'3\ uisoS is*2 ;^2o 

Jdo^ .^auca 07^ 3^2 ^9X0 .ojuitp ^oboa .^^ 007 

loo] ^070^2 3m\ ;^o7 .;lL32 ^ ^3^^? ^'^ 'f7'^9 

^1^2 lorn JUi^ SAO .^i^ 0007 ^3^3 ^3UM*3 yOaji^oA 
' ' zzz ' ... • ,' « ' 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 544 

.^adS JkIo s^S^o ^^JseS ^i^o ^auu JsomS apt jiohlo 

;i«^o5 .MMiia ^a^oup -^aAO ^lor v^ ^2 aa .^^S^jsxio 
.^ae5 sA ^i^b MOfoJ^I ^a^oA>o .^aisoSA J^ ogj 
^l :a£ie I .;ikeuif3 dOaStisl ^a ;aboo^ ^ 1^1 :\^fo1.249/^. 
^aboo^ 007 ^ ^^i o?^^4^ eik2o .uMo^i ;iii ^oS 
^o/a o^ ^aV^iba ouaio .uo^oaaa&o ^oylcxai^ia 
.;sAo/ ^^aSL^ ^oJSb9 ^a ;^oa loo] JO^ cajo .'isyaSi 
.yOa^iscS ^X^ ahsj^o .upo\oi*V4 U^'l ^^ ilfhb^iQ)2o 
e^o .v^doaaodiS ^'a^ lil/art ^aa ^aoi ;aoii3 ^*flM 
UoySt s^oy o L^JL^o .^o^o^Ma ;au2 o^ ^oAiiaa ;iLl2 
«^ ^ JO«y,oiA^ ;a2 SSi ^J0^6\xl Ui'l a^.2o .ojao^ 
ouisij^o ..^klLli uboa^e ^a y»S>a{ya ^a3^ ^t^^'^i; ;or 
i^f2o Moreaaao .^aoa ^oifr^ )\>< ;Zfi2 yoiqa ^o^LS' 
9Aa .;aoa2^ ^ai ^ 0007 ^abai :^ .^oia^o^ yoafsoit 

o^ ^^? ^oo! ;a»3a 9^1 1^1 wm9Je2o -^IuIm ooo) ^aa^a 
^iVfta ^..ajc^ )S 0010 .0;^ pasip odi ;oa; is«!io .^mi^S 
.^2 00^ >fi^o ov^a Jlax .;aoa2^ U>'l ^.? 05 .0^ 



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543 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^i yaSt^ yaiio ^oboi ^1 «^^fl»Zo 42t^ ^^ od^aJsZa 
ojiio \^ ^^ "^o .?A'a;SKpjaS o7JQ>a ^o^i \v^y .oof 

;:siw^o .ya!^ yoal^ yOJU^jia .a^2o ^^o .yOd^!^ JJoax& 

^3JS ^001 jSa2 :3^ .w07o*fi>aAib ^^ ;i^o .^ biol 2,30/ 
;s^^ 9w^ 0070 -^.^puiib ^aax ooo] .oov>is*2o 4^33^^ 1^2 
.20 ^jOmS .2 .071^0^ ^ 07S ^00) ^^2^ ;s,ib0 oor ^oo! 

.249a. ^3um2 cia^ ^3 007 .073^3 JS^M 07!^ I loo] ^2oo .^>ia3 
9mi3 -otV^? A^ ^j^29 .^oo! oTJbp^ ;lS2 .loo] Sty, ^ 
^007 1^0 .^397 ^007 9k^ ysk 079^ Atiy» ^Oa ^ ^3 

.oTiJbd: ^,>o07o ^0907 o^ aoL ^oJS ;l^9 ^Iti o^ )3Ud&b 
ovo^2o .9m ^sumA 30^iiQ>&p uQ>jaJ3b» ^2 ^93 ^92 :o7^ 

pi^O .UQ>^^9 p>bO ^9 00^29 07^ ^007 %^23;hOO .07*9A9 

;^ -^?»f>AM 007 o^ Sbo2e ■g7^*S>,tt3 07S |loo! is*S 9^ 
;&07 ;>a^ ?l99Atea>^2^ ^f2 ^Vaox ?ao -l^xoab 9mi JS*oo7 
^io: yOop>bo x\ ^oo7 ysL**^ .a{^ ^i^ >L^o ;is9od09^9 

yaSt waS ^3<'f .d^9A9 ^9uuMA OOP op v3is&9 ^iSiiio .wAlko 

;isfty,*AM ^a^o .07S ;Js4? ^M ^^^ ^i ^ ^ -^.?' 

iJiik^ OOO) ^9^2 :o^ -^P^ ^^ ?'n <&^ o^^ ^907 j^29 
^^OmS .jQa>^i9 ;3^o .o79a^29 ?S^'iliirD23 ;oo7 N*29 ?k^ ^auo 
o7XJQ»ais ^^i^A ,^1 ^ jd2 ^9 ^Sbox 99 '}o>i^^ >S Ah 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 542 

;^i3 '^2» ^oo/3 i^or ^ -^o^i^ ^^^bo AcaltS 

^>i03 .ooppJK o^s 39 \OAajo >^^2 ^eof Ji^a 1^2 

.o7JsSiao <>\nrt ;o^i ^3 5^io .^aJi ^ ^9i[o 4^i^ 07^ 
eoo) \*yso2 13^ .opaSto oa^jL ^or >t007^ aibt>23 ^io 

.;i!ikaab ai^ loo] aoL -^Wi ^ jdl ^007 ;^23 U'?^ &*h 
a^jso loo] lifaa -l^yso ^ y^ J(i2 ^fs ;^2o ccb^V^o 
.^2 ^2^ :s^ iL2p .lom 3m2 ^2 .;3^, ;:^o .w.MAisis&a 
yji^is ;l^3 ^^9^ oiaj .ais ^lo -^o\ 007 bdA<isis2o . 
ofaxL ^b^^3 ^o .^^ ^is 5^ ^2 ;i|03 .^0^23 o^e 
oor ^boa izuao Af;& U^ aisa -V^^ ^f^? ^^^ ^^ 
i^ajbaob oor ^boa ;zua ^,p 99 .^,b^ ;oor>l^o .^aasi^ 
o^idiio bk» ^9m >^o .cpyit ^3A*2 007 ^bjsap >^iQ>Cki lom 
^o^lfP ly** ^oy^ ^2 ;32 ^^1 ;^2 :\^ .^o^i^A 
.;aL3 ;ai^ v^oroX^ ;oa7 ^^23 1^2 ^^ ;oa; 6^2o .;^i lairi 

oxVbi ^o .o7is<.ld^ ^^o ;bM ;^is&i ^^20 aA jtbX 

0007 oau^^j^o .o*Abisj; ^0 '^9.?^ ^^^? ^C7^ ^l 
.yOOTai "^f^? MorQiQx5io oi^ .007 ^isa ;^<>ftft02 ^oaoi 

^o .;3^ jsi^^ 0^0 ;^isi2^ d^ifiLx .OCT ;^i ^ 990 



5 4 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^30^ ^5 laj^ Ml, oa]o .um2 5^ ^ •\o^ lal 07S 

.oj^ yjapl ^j>^m .07^ ill ^^ ^2o .u07o^V< J^ ihol 
07.^ &»2o .^^oj3^S o7^Ma^2o JSm330 -JS^Jk ;^OA&^b 
^OmO .<t£s>^^ ^is «Sf .^^oouis eo] X«2 ^tulS^s; .^tla 

»3» / ' ' ' ' " II II' ' I > f I I , II / 

;^'ox^ .<^07^H««? ^^^^1 ^o4>' ^^ t^ ^ii^ '^^ ^V^^ 

'^ ' » 11 • • ' / f^ ' ,1 t \ « " vi I » » <■ v i'" 

Fol.248a. ^3^ .0^^ aO^fSSM 9A I Ol^koS u.adO .2^2 OOT3 OT^OdU^ 

^jool ^32 ;so^ ^^^1 ^ \^l o^2 :^^ .or^oi«3 ^ouS 

.oiXkbaSis^ 3^2 .oaoi ^o^&o^^iai&s pktio .^ o2 .007^ 
;z&i(ao ->i^io ^ou .^^23 ;i2 3u^3 ^,3^ *^^ "P^ 

3i^20 .oj^kiOXp ^ 3m^O O^U^ ^ Sum .^'^03j63 ^3JS ^^UO 

jai^^o .;30x2.3 ^'^^9 ^likSo .orisAdS JS4xo .oads ^ocf^ 

;j;3A3d ^'^ "^EJUO .^Oa2 wAxO JS^M «30^ .^OJ^oS 

yAxo t^ "^o^o .^or^ija M>^9 '?9^ "^^^9 -^^1^? 

^oisSA^iOaj^ yOCrp 3d0J[O .^3A3 0|^JL^3 OOO) ^O^N 

fr^\^isx2 ;^^3 .007S 3^*2 .;3e3g2>3 ;&';» issa^ dJiMsii 

, f ^ , II ,. y^ / I* >* 1' ' 

00^23 .;3UCd ^cr^S 3^'2 .;S ^ ^3>^2 .^3^^ 007 ^a?^ 
li^^ oaf )^3 ^2 .:^4^^NaE2 ;iSo ^07^^ -^ii ;l23 

pa^3 \}f'y*{» i^^ .wt^Siy ^?^>'? O^ >^0 .M&3iAM2 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 40 

,o{^ ysai Sc^i .^i^ ^3o '^lo •Mua ^ ^^'AM ;^j^o 

^3mO .<\m3 pk^ ?1i\ftVl\ <3a^O ^JOStO .S^ ^^ ?*ttMS 

.2oi^i^ M^ao ^aeio .^aucds or^oaba*dro or^eaislbo oor ^i 

MOteaoAb oej ^«a392 .^dobooc^ 3A1&3 a^i ^^2 oor o^f2 
.0^ '^^o .^Xm2 mOIOmI oar ;^j[o .^j^oa^ <^449 ^?^ 

^2 >^f;2 )^ .0^ ajii);; ^3 oo? .'^2 ;isAo^ ^ ^4;^ 

2>a; y^oioml .ais^s oo; ^oo) ^ aao .ft^L^ ^^ouifab 

.A^!^ ;jAof ^^o^ ^ ^^P^l 99 ^il "^^3 .0^ ;bAl 

^oorb .^ObjQM iSVyy ?3itt^ oiibol ,^g7»lS>tA\ oi^j^ pAo 
^ ^2 ooro -eaa^ J|ao ^o^ ^^H? P,?^^ -tOO^ 
At>i< ^c^i ;v*o .^1^ oT^oaia oor ^2 .;ooi y^lSs ^aiCiml 

^3 M^ ;bo7 .}^b 007^ JOax .Ji^ ;^s ;^i oora o^Qm 
)3A ^93 oi^ :\^ .o^bAMS b^^ o^s^ %si2 ;auiQ»ib Jor 

.op Xi2 ^a\^2 ^om3 .3k^2o ^awM ..oa2 l<^ aa ^a eo] 

}u9^a .,A*n*t9 ^aiJo^ ^3^ ;30m iSv^y oo^n ^a ^^^po 

^A^xkxM :^ .smAl ^^O .Abo Up^O^O -^^ ^7^? 



539 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Foi. 247^. m0703u2 SSi Wi^o .a\y^» m'ia Sjitao .yhStis^ \ y^a\ !^am 
.cnao^i JSoskor ati ^^^ aao .o^2p ^^^^ '??^^^ A? 
.wiil^ks^i t^o ^'xi2 is^aa ^liaS .^xi .0^2 o^ ^ai»2o 
lisl m3^3 hMo .00) ;3oa ;^is&23 l^!^^ .3)bo2 t*3 001 

<>;a\x .^or ^>3^ ?3o;^b^yo 4^^^? JiaoTo^ ^oo) 

.:s^;5^oi3: ^isAtab ^2 ^ 9w^ ^suo ^ooi ^^I :f^ 
^2 cuadlto .^i^ ^?.^9 .U^^^ ^|>^ ^,? ^90) MOioik»2 

yOO^ioS 0070 .;^03U^ . 0dUQ>l3 ^3LO ^O^ ^j^lo -^f&^ 

.0^ 3bbp2 .^dju m!^3 ^2 oor ^9m 3kao .JiSOmS ^001 ^^ 
%^^!S4o .k3A> 07^ 3i^2o op? 4^0 .^:axS ^ uisiao vA ^91 
or^s^ ^ ^o 0070 .0^0 oiiio ^2 007 Xtisio .oT^ojuo 

^2 00/0 .o?ba»«S>N o^aa ^^i^? ot^oumOm loii'l ^f** 390 
07S ^eip .JL^i oor ^9m Sk^e .o/^iJao 6^ wiaj^ "folsxjL 
.^i^b .3b0j^o oVQSM^i .;.iAlb ^iucd 0073 O7^a>:aoo .07.bpuA 
k30^ w«**Sr>(1 .yA ^a23 ?>o*A oio7 ^070 .0^ ^o^ "^P 
^o .c^-baiy do^ \7iL0 -3u^ 97S 3^2 0070 .;Ld^Q3; 

.;007 *9qU ^O^O .OfiiO .03iQ»&3 0007 ^^2 .^iSLA ^0073 

.}['»,> A 3XdM3 M«3ac2e ^2 007 ^^o .^IjOmS sjoimO h«3 ^oof 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 38 

.SSh ^oS^p y^^lx .aMj^o l^ 4^ .9j:9 l*^^ ^^^^# 

la^ x^ o^ ^isxj^o 'UiseS ^^9 ^'^^P'?^^^ I ^^ ^^ F0I.2463. 

XJS^3 ^dMiSa 2««^ ^ l^^ lorn JSa29 .bi^'i ^ -^Vf 

oora .^oo) jQ>Abob ^ 5^! ^3 007 'l^?A \r^ '^l 

t\\,y Z^^ -3^ ^ mo\^ jdip 90^2? -^isi&a ^f2 
Js^^L^i omq^ 23or \\,y .oLi uS iH\ ^^9^="*^? ^^^.9^ 
y09k^ dK*2 uQ)oa3 \a ^e .^ou 3^ i^i yox^l^ iSo 

^ol .0930^0 .MOrOiK*23 ^i^ o?i ^^,? o^^.?9il -^ol 
^ar .;isis o^3 y<v>S.ho\< ;oo^ ^^ofiLaftSo .^aa cm 
^o .^oA>3 iSba^o yMoSi^ia 90^2 .^^ ^ ^2 i^Lao; 

:o^ .^9 ^392 ^itMa>T.y ;^9&lA>3Lhoa yMX^JS&o y^^. 

i^3 ep^^;^ .uQi^oSi ^l o^ a^'2 .;^9\^b i\Wi Up 

,hiiol ^? 9?7 .\>ObaS isfti 3mi^^ ^^^ ^^^^ -^-^IL^^ 

. Ayh ^2 ^s^ ^Avyh ^3±t z<'r -}3j£ o^ Si^'i .;&9^2 

.^cio A'1 13 U^b ^i^2o ^3^9 .^iso^ \^^^ 9^ ^ai^o 
00^ ;isoioS \lyJ3. oa^ o^ isii TtVt^ .e\i 3^^ ^^is 




537 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;s4 ^od ^? v^ -'^^ v^^ ^^^ ^^ -^7*^ <['?^ 

99 .wMoaa ^l M^p i\\,y .3k^2o ^od ^ai^ tSj^x ;^2 

.07^9 ^32 ;ai<9 ^aatoVi oor l^l Xoa\ 3j6i#^3 ^autd oo? lom 
^la .3>^'2o o^ ^oo! «^23ibo ^ia^ia .^ajCD 007 o^ 3^?Mo 
.3^ is&i )hL yl .}k» a^S hiaolo .«ae^ opait '^^Ip 6^2 
^aj^ oajo .y^oaa ix2 y/pZ ->^2o ^o^ ^^j^o .3^0 tSf2o 
5^2 .0^ 9^2e ;^|^ ^^^? ^^^f ^.910 'TiJ^ m^ yaol ^ 
.^od ;32 07S 3^*2 .0^ ;i2 SbpL S^ «ae^ ^ ^9>ae3? 
a^2 :«^^ '^^^ 3^^ ^o^ ^e «Sf .^^^'ba^ is^9^ ^of 
.o^eaa 9j^3 ^bla btlaa JK*2 .29 .^cb .^of ^oo) 
.<S23ibo ou2 9bi^ ^loa ;aa<L iVyvt tSiu9 ^aJw bfiUiitto 
\\,y» .l^oi ^2p IxiSiOa ^0x4^0 vf S^^ oki>>*2 Jmso 
\\vi 0^2 Aix&a ^IIS cjtS ;iik3X^ ^ .^illSv, ;oi^ ^a 
^ 9^29 ;^o^'i ^ yjS ^2fk l^ :9k^ .yOi2 ub aoAi 



YYY 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 36 

uoioLit \Ar'^? ^^^ji? '^^ ^ ^^ l9^ ^^ '^^ 
\9b3 .^393 wcrroll^ ?^»b oo^jl .?i\^ff» h^i ^or .J^i^ 

^'ioSo .Ui ^i^ ^bisa^^'p .jQso^o^ 3^23 5^i 3^;ie 
OO) M^a -3^j[3 ^23 ^^^^ ^^ =^9?^^ -^^ 'Vl'®^^ 



• « .«• 



.3^0); ;3A 99^ 9070 :«^i^^ .;&3bo* uofoboxb Abatis ;«3iib 
eor ^2 Jd2 ^oo^s soAs ^2 .soiib ^isf ^ocCmI ^s 

:^ .^0^2 ^,3iJ o^sli :auAa.3 ^'^ l^a^. ^ajo ^sdbos 

05 ^op^3 -^3j^3 o^^^A^S \*fl^^ ^3^^ ^'cn 
.;3.2^ ^2 ^d^ ^oor ^'07 .<^2i^3 ^^eiia ^o -^^siiop 
.X^oXMbfia ^^^is^s ^A^aaott 5^2 o^ ^ix ^^o 
ccffilp .^^ ^oaj ;,3or ^23 ^3 ^ ;^o .3^;; AnV^lfto 

^'2 ^' '^ 3 ;a^3 OCT ^i ^o] .opom^ ^aiokS ^ofoX^ 
^.? "^^ V^ .ojibaMd woie^A op^ 3bp2 ^3.&|[ .jLap o^^Sk^ 
xls ^ ^;; .07S ^iai ;i!^3 ^ \^ oi .^,il iSs ^ \i< 



535 S A YING S AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

?^ta ^933 >S^ -^^ A?9 -^^^ A? ^ox loajo 

yoal^ ^oor ^aoro .uii: ^q*o& Vyya .^>»2 99 .^^Ks^y 

o)^ol^ ^007 X.23 ^^2 ;^e .wM&^isJi ^y* A 99 .o^JSoS 
lisauokis^ y^o .^OT^^a o^b ^ooi SjOxji .oof ^2 
N.00! kS4.?^ ^^? -^ ^ wjUoox .0^ 3^'2o oof ^2^ 
7^^ ^Mbp 9A9 ;ayC9 3^2 :«^^ .^^a>ih ^^^^23 U^i? 
^3yb ^isosx) ;i2 p2A MorouAoia ^3ij ^9^93 .^iS^^obs 
tSa .^L&^kAj; 111 \i^ aaa .3^2 ^^ ^3^2 :>SX .^4^ 

^kb 'Ja4< p3yb MJSOM U^ ^2^^ .^1 ;bp33 ;HiO Ayy*tf 

6fscS ^93 ^f23 .)^i*2f^3 ^32 Iqo] hiiil lafSX .a^isl'? 
cSf .^ hial ^3^3 ^ >^3^2 ^i*oS.\) 390 .^o5 ^2 
li2 ..OM*iisisi3 1^1 eSil 3ao .'yi«^2 >SAh .aMaisis2 
:Sa^2 jsbaubo .0^0 JLa ^boAs ^M^ .^^^23 u^ ^sio 

^9m 3A0 .^isV3iQ> \i< 3M vS^Ia 07^*9MO .gT^t AttS 

5^2 O^S^ 3k7^9 -"^^^^ ^^^,'? ^9^ "^i?* >^^ -^ ^^^'^ 

"pyrSry^ -Ji3uca3 oi^al^ ^oo] M0oi^2 9y\ ^of >5^fM3 
uoi*;<Dato ^sii!^ ^^^1 ^ ^2 ^^ '^^ 'l9^ ^^ ^9V 
;;3a39 Ji^ ^^2o .^sastbpei ;a2 ^^la ^.T'^ii? -^ ^il^ 
.^o^ mOIoA^^I; jd23 HJ* ^1 l^ yl .y jifi i Vym s 

^L .ubooxo .;o)i^i^ ^;1& \^2 ;lS2' .;iS ;aucD 07S 3^02 

Foi. 245^. .'Jo;!^ \yya 9dp;s -^39 1^ | ^^^3 aA^ ^ouiQ>& ^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 34 

.^si Ui i^ ;32 .^2 ^>i ;ioaA ^adso .;l2 >3l^ ^3>. la'l 

l^ ^ ;ii jS^ .'yao;o oiS;x ;&x.*io .;i2 ^.^ ;i^ 02 

;>]s0 «SAb M^o^ tkl pSflo .laoo^ ^^ r?^? '^.?^^? 
^si ;32 .^2 h£l^ ?ilft>^23 ;<^ ^3>3!o .jLiAao^ \\,V> 

^Q(Q>«di ;Js2i!5^o .;i2 ;jk^ ;^^ 02 .;l2 ^a3^^ 

ooo) ^I ^aI ^ai 9^^o .^JtfL^JS^ v^^ ^ ^^ 
. ofiukxfis ^ .^o;^ oaibo2o ftti/sXH . a&2 oiOsu^io .yOtf^a 

or,aI^ ^oo! m070^2 ^or '}a\2 ^oa^ ^fi* wil .^2 

JQ>^ :sbub0lS3 ^'yiii .;00] .VW^aO JlA ^iA A .^3LA3 

^A^ ;i^^ .0^ ^aislo ^auta JKo^ ^^o 4^^^ ^ ^9^ 
\fiLxo .^2 o^ ^sdbi .^isii ^*^ y^!^9}£S9 ^07^ a^'2 .^2 
.^Ldi i!^ ^fr^? ^io^i o^s^ 9^9 ..oo^ii'a^QA o^al^^ 
^2aa ^32 .^2 ^ood ^S^o .p2^ ^3JS ^S^ .Q3bo4 -s^i^o 

^ o^fj; .?ft»*V'i ;^2 oi^6s^ 990 .iai ;L^ ^sAor .^'^90 

5^ jKa^ I ^3 .;aio iVVyy ;u2 eoojr ^aioi :;^ .^^ay^Foi. 24s<i. 

is&2 ^3^3 p^ col Af^^a ^2 .la ^Sdlb .Uo<jQ>&d 

.U0m^3 ;i3f 3a^3 ^y^ ^'tKD^ ;lj; .^AX^ ^Sub o^ 



533 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

ojs^ 3I1 aorsfjko .^laijo^ ^^? <[.?^? ''^.l ^$^ ^9^ 

?tef\o\, ^^3 -^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^\? ''^l ^9^ ^1 zajBox 
sil ^Lcd A^? -^3LJCD oi^ 3^*2 .o^>i> ^ opK^ ^11 aili 
tildo ;iS .;>aii3 cv^ ^2 ^^ JS^^ cy^ ^a •^'^t'^ 
.;LsofM is&i If^p eatil .'yaol ^o5 ^1 z<i^xaix .l^aj l^\xS 

..^£a w»o)iSA9 ^sSa .3^2 ^auca ^oJS oo) zyxox .^alub ^m 
90^ Ml^ .yaol ^A^ ^2 :o^x .jbaifLa ^lo^ uoiokfl 
lojoxi .^'yaS aj!^ ^9 -^oip yOa{i^p ^?*^9 ^^9 ^$ 

Oj^ '^2 .mOV>90^ ^is^f ^3m* -^SA 07^ 9ibp2 .^010*90^2 

^hl .;auo o^ 9^*2 .^,?k» vA aofli Ao ar^9o;(^ ^o .1^2 
^Ix 1^2 zfox .JtLStis ^ U^'yaS poAao .SiA!^ ;aaiaA 

.94iS^^29 ;i2 wy.9^ ;i^9 9^^;l ^s.:^ .9^'2 99 j^d ^i^ 
o^ 9>^'2 .'^tipf i^^bA^ ^ isAo .wi*Q^;;9 ^e^ jS^i 

^ ^^9;js 9^ .>n\?n^ ^or is&2 y>.\.ty A ^? -?|ucd 
.^3^ 9w\ ^0^2 .is&2 ;l^o ^xia t^ ^ ^^,?9i[o -^^^M* 
jq»^;aqjqi ^2^ ^2x U»2 :wmA}X ^oo!^ >$^fV* ^? ^^? 
Foi.244<^. .«^;*s^ 9>^|[9 yla\ .^ru^ o^ 9^*2 43^39? >^i3p ^^ufibfb I oof 
;^ cifa^y ^9 jd29 .^9 oiof .6s!^2, J^ '^^? ^:am^9 
jisi .jQ3u^QA> ^ai^ :ao79a2 ^la ;oo) 9dp2 :\jQtf -9^^ 

O^ 9^*2 .<lAt) ^TlVWb ;9«hOOl^ ^O^ ^03^ '^ '^^ 

O^ 9bbp2 .J^f^ ^V^ ^^^1 M^? ^^ .ue}f;AoA ^32 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 532 

.^xbSoij 3^9 ?t^^ t^l Iaaoi .;aa& p'yti ^ ^a&i^^ 
loo] xioi Z9iX .;iiO^AM vjiio ^laiio .;30)^:k»o ^siKxap 

;jj^^o 4^it^ ^^ it ^ ^39 90^3 .;^ ^ jdi 

SiMJ^e ^o^ ^A ^i o^^ :m*ix .aiob ^^^a^*^ ^'^1^? 
xiii .3w^b .0^^;^ ^3 Jof .;3M^i .^s^ ^atJ Xi( .oiS 

;aop m^ ^«2 ;i3f ;iaa a^^9 e2 .a^^b ^^^a 07S ;^o 
.A^'i ^ ;^oiaiutoba3 ^^^ >9^ >^jl -W^i? Ji»o>u&j^ 
;3Ji^ .^M ^;;e -li^ ^f ^5!^ ^^ ^'^ '^91 ^ola 
eor aJ^ ;»a .;a^a ^o<jq>& ^ yfiUia jdi ^^o^a ^oi 
^9\a o^od X:v« ^iba eo^ -^3^? ^o<jq>iS ^xda 
^a y^ .op7 o^ ;,ai; ;l^ or2i^ ^i^aa ;ia: «iao .^A.^oy 
.;3fl\ ^ '^^? ^^ ^? -^^^^ ^fluA& ^ hflLMa 
;3o\ oe/a \\,y .^\xrp A M07o*,adM^a of2&o ;^ ^o 
;o^i .o^J^ aii o2 o)S ;lL 007 ^a aiii .ajji^ JL^S 

mS a^;; -s^aaisjla ;i2 w»«a>vy ;^e 07!^ >^>*«^>il ^^^ -^9^ 
^3x9^33 001 isii wm9Je» .^ajD I qS S^'l .op ^2a (\^y foL 244a. 
:«ox .j ^ p *^?^^ ^^S'M^ ^^ ^070i.tt3x6s ^'e '^^^is^> 
^2 9^1 >^ ;i2 ^aitooa 9^;; ;iS0 -^^ "^^^ VA 
^^^ ^!^e .&ii^ ;iio^ ;A .;» ojA 3^2 .^is^^kflb 
;e^ie .od2^ 9oNQ>^ ^o .jd2^ ^^ ;^e .^^^^ ^^^^^ 



5 3 T SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;oo! tSAs .;oo7 ^9A!ap ^fJlA^ 0^2? \\,y .;^9i^2 
9u^isisi .2 .;saf 1^2 w«9 OA07 .;^eAf :soo) ?A«t^e .^a'ib 
9A .^ ^f 9m^ io(il -^^aS ^ OO) >^M^S .\^yftao 

>ia*^a9 .;iS9 motom^:^ 3i^^9 ^3 .9^'2o ^^9dp 99 J^or 

^9m«^ .C7A^9A9 5^2 ^JsiSftis 92^9 OOTO -^0^9 ^901^ 00] 

.ido^^jsba qLiflL^^^ 9^,;; ^^N^*^ '?9^ >$^^ •^^V^ ^^^e 
uorolabb ^0100^9 ^aacLi i^^ -'?^^ ^?\ ^?^ S\,';f 
.^Ls<90^d^ ^o^ ^07 i\*ao7 p^a .^9oti ^oo] ^a^ibo 
Ao .^aicLa ;JSa]ik*9isis^9 ^9ox9 o^ ^t^ia 9p/9fjk 
^^29 ^aI li^ tS^ .ihtt!^ X^l 9^;^ :o^ .^a»\5V,i ^zie^bo 
I o\^aS^\, .;iu(d o;^ 9^'2 .^fk^ ;Laib x: A^2 yA 

;aaicLS btioaxds ;^o .Morou9u*;^o ^LS^ ^ :auid:s ^,9aj| 
9m^|^ .aii^ ^ ^ii'auini? yoa!^ JSa2 ;^ V!<?^^ "^^^^ ^ 

■;n;^S>mft<tt ^l ^9^2 :ois ..J^? ;ao\^ ;aa3^>^ 
k^2 ^xaor .}>^90 ;9^N» itSii,^^ 'Js^ouiQsp U^^? 

;j^o^9 9^^ ^f^io .;X£uJs^ ^o^^^^e ;l9^js^9 ;j^09isib9 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 53O 

2^3 ^b JSo^o .o;3i» ;sa^b ^^oLa ^^Koa^ .6^^*23 

9^N:o3 ;b;^ Ui Zfib^^ ;!: p,3ibo .;i2 bi^a ^ia 
eoo) ^^JK^ :«^ .;i3^0O3 e2 jVyki ei ^axcLso .o^ 

1^ «?^^ y^^V^'i ■'j^^S>^'ji*oo ^^2l5^ ^aua ^^ 9>^ 
yd^ ;l2 9J3U pAo .;^qSJ^ o^ ^^^ \>^\7 .^axeu 

^ J^ >a2 M^a .;oo! Sbpi ;ix..2 ;b;so .^orob;^ ^ U2 

.yoo^i^iudo^ ^^4^1^ -^3^? gy^fi ^3a[&]l^fri^ 990 
^ ^2 ;oo} 3kbp2 :9ax .^ yOaj6x>aa ^*^^ ^oJSb9 ;^o 
■ ^i\^i .^Soaa .>^3o^f .Jssla <^ ^M»bo 999 | .^ait foi. 243.7. 
ai2 4^mV^ .d^^«2 ^ia^i ^^is ^>aiboi£s23 ^sop o^ ^^j; 

XX. IZiS ;aM .;30f mOI ^3M qSs .3^*2 9i^ .^\m9^ 0/3X0 

^sIkso .;u3>^j| ^?>^^^ >l>Q>bo .^2 ^M^^iB vior .6^^*2 
J» >^07 ^lAoro .liso^oLo .^'iufikX ^adiepo ^O/iia ;V^ 
\^ >^303 ^^aLa .^'ibb ^ovds«23 .'aadgQ^^a J^ai 
Z3or .^330 JOu^^ jd2 ;^2 ^3 ^303 ^ .;au3 oo; ;b;x 



529 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

wiiiJa ^ wi.9auJSA}^ ;^*L^o9 ^jse^o .^^^£lo .^k^MSfib 
.yOO^ "^^l^^li ^^^ ^^ "^ -<^^^j? ^^9^^ \^*^9 

;S .aid ;i^o .;I|iI ;i^ ooro .waoto /Ouos ^073 .^aiolo 

^3oio M^diAb JS*^3M.lsI i^l -^o} otLSii^eS ubsf mi» 

.^aoL yois*eoi Jlo^Sia ^InmOOS^ piio ^ .^is&i ^aoL 
)^io 'i^p :aoJSbo ;i^9 .9o2 ^1 Sii ooo! ^>^2 :obax 
7^ -N^i ^ ;lS2 IS^ Ho .^uka^ \S ;Se .;bai 

Foi. 242^. .^s^iM ^oisbo 2iA!^b3 LfM .oiXkba^is^ ^001 9^*2 007 9a eoj 

;i0A ^ia .;m '^2 iyjbox .;907 ;{NAtt^ ^^ ;is*9Aoa 

^9 ^O09 5|aiN>\ M07*9dL^O .^90^ ^ 9y^ OjS^ J^ 

el ;i9^att ;oo; ;^9 ^ts^jl v?^'^ ^^ -^ .d\a :aL>i 
;oo! 9^0*2 -oTAbia o2 6^0919 o^Om }oo] ^le .^^^^e 

J07 ^3? -^a^ 000; ^^i :^ .yb^^^o o^Om lom 

oTaisoiA ^ k;duf^9 ou2 5^2 .oTi^bJJi^ ^Sobk^e jd2 w^aibai? 

xxx'' 



SAYINGS AND QUICSTIONS AND ANSWKRS OF THE FATHERS, 528 



.jooMaaieo/ ;3A 3^1 : «^ax ''piio ^1 Ji^ au^i aA 

^;si j(ii . ;[a -^^^'i ^ ^2 3k^'i :aibax .^lal^S ^tl3X ^ 
oor ^32L ;a\i 5^ isA .isil l^so a^ .0^ «^^o ^^9?tf 
opOL>< t^f)tJSa 5^^ <u2 • 2a .^JS^a ^i^ •^9.^? ^ 
^ix Jul .j^a ^^^«2 ^a l^aj .^aJs o;.bx^ J^f .a^l ;\*a9 
M^ojl ropox .^oao ^^i^ 0^ ^ oi^ ^cn -^,a^ ^ 
fi^ ^aillj^ 3«isia is*2 ^y^ojsa ^^? -^^^1 ^ ^^ 
JAi\ .lisA^oh ^^soa^ao ^^aae .^L^Ma ^af .^>*a 
.^slabd ;^aia ;^o£^^q3;S ^a ;l2 a^2 .yoqS . oaaitJSia 
.iooj l^hS^\6scS .oo^aoa ^01 C^V»tSo ;^ia 2ao^^oFoI.24^a. 
p^a . ? ^ yb o ;a^ai ^oopa yoa^^ ^o^a oor ?<tt*^ft\i 
;riA 007 ^^Om^ ^,? ;k^ .;I^^ttp o^isbolba ;3a ^ol 
^ih\ XaLb^iQ>2o .^o^ l^ .^sa au^ ;aLA loo] JS*2a .a^'io 
^ w.*oaa ;3A eof ;fM .^iha^V^ aao .^Ib ^on^ pit 
.;s3a ooo) ^A^2 ;^ia ^ v^^W? -^aojsi ^ ^^I 
;o^ 3^ais^ ^07 Sxo .^f yoo^^o .^ioA ^a yOOfxsc 
AV^ ;*aj0 .aibpie ;o^'i ^ ^a ya^ loo] ^l^JSj^e .o^x^ 
yO&oTO .;isSoA;bo M^ ;aM aa ;ii0 iS^^a .;&of ;9a2 vA 
.;ao^ A^ ^^^QX ^A^ouAiKiiopa ;xa2 ^ov^2 -^07 aa 

^a ^ vf^^? -tf^^^^? ^^^^ ^^y^SiMiitffi ;i^or 

^of .^o^ki2 ^07 ;3;3a^^Aa2a ^ia .xoia As^ 



527 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;33^Maa^2 uojoau^is ^oioSiai ^Abisao .}9e\A ^ is&i 

^issbps jS .ika yoal^ 3^*2 .qX'ioJiS ^oioL^lso 
^ laao S^^o .;aucD 3^^2o .^2 o^ ^>h92 .^0739^29 
\\,y .;9?Ai6£A2 ;3i 3^20 .wa&OfM^o ^JS^^a ^is^a 
.o\acais2 ^2il!^ o7»S>^ y 3 oor -^eo) ^a ^ ^3 5^39^3 
j(3^^2 ;S .|l3ioS u07o;^ ^.?^ A 9^23 .^xb2 3A 
^^>^ \iAar ^30JS .JS^3u }ll kl2 ^op Sk^'l .^OjU^ ^001 

-UQjiidJOdis of^p mi^^^^ ^^? ^^ ^^ii :\^ -^f^ 
;is3^2 ;\12 A2 .Iqo] ;a^ 0^2 SX^> ;oo7 ;^ ^ aa 

^qmI ^ ^^r^^ ^? ^^ ^^'^ ^^^^'^ -^^^ "^^ -V^v- 

^Obo^o .c^ k3^, ;ii2 MOiLa .is&i 3m2 3a .^^IStsa 
^o'ysi .l^i^'p or^odu^ ?^^il ^jl -o^ 3uisi ;&2 
^a ;«2ie9 aJa ^.iOiSaa .^^is ^obp A? ^9m?9 ^^dy>^ 
acrra^jk .izticia aaftubpa oora .a^ ^jsa .^A*«>\< a^e^ 
z^:sox >^,.>^ ^oo7& ?Aba3a 5^2 ^^jxsoao .\dl ^aaSa 
el ^a3,aM ^a^** ^07>^ ;]l3jy 5^ ;oo^ A -^a a^l 

A -vf ^^ ^^ ^'^ -'^'^^^ -^^ "^^^ ^^^^? J.qSo .iiai 
^o^ ^Qm el .^1 ^abka ;a2 a^M*! aa ^a^.a :deJSbo 
.^a^a jdiS ^•^^3L3B 99^ >lSo -<u2 \;^ ;^aa ^ ^\ v^ a 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 526 

,xi><^'aA 0^2 .^'ida J^or ^oA o^a .6^ds*2 ^oT 

^si ^^1 ;poi 9^I 9a :yAx .^c^idi^ .ft^nV^i ;f07^b90 

JKo^ ^f2e .^9^ ajlio yajaii %S 9a .Q\6>Sja Jn^.tfiS 

acaStO .N*oo! adoL ;&2a 3^2^ ^ol^o; pott .^a^ubaj^JS \*aof 
.;ao^S ^a^ w*ba> ^^ ^Atj .3^;; >L^ef^ ^io .;iao; 

.^aor ZAbftS abbais2 aa jQ»Q^Of ^a 007 .^OmI ^so^ ^f 

< ' ' ' < •• ' ,1 I »» ,<• !• \ • It I II ' I ' 4 

Sit^oi o9b^o7 -^Vf^ 2&araeA ^iioi^ or'3A^2o .Zlaaooa^ia 
■^jiiiy 0001 ^oora 2a^iS yoo^ eiK2o .MoroL^is 
■?n«aS ovfiU^i Jbo a^ ^ ^eikS .^aLLI^^a^ o>ao2o 
MOTOxiaLl^ia .eopdJa ou«9J(2 ;^o .JLao <sa^JS2 ^aqVyino 

« » » • ^^ ' I It ' \l It tt I It It! ' V " 

y00^2a ;akfti .y^^^^S ;^2o ;aao -^4^1 ^^ ^^^'^H 
«3iV^ t^ ^aucd 007 ^a ^eo; ouaii aa .^oroau^is ooo) 
.oraisA;! ^ ^lo .o7^fu« ;is*3ioo ;aM* '^^AV -^90^ 
}xbi .6^ ;2a ;3A v«a 007 .woiea^iaa oi^^isi dC3ayb;s2o 
;?» ^a 05 .;ao^ ;ji isfti :*w ^. .&S^ ^a\ m^ 
^Lm** \J .Jioitdai opc^ ;oo! a>bo^ .^ao; .^.^iboa ^eisi^;^ aa 



525 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

A? oo/ ^iN^^ ^>i ;>ifi>fti tSoi&a ;JM ^S .^oai 

;L\di U^ao; -^^*?3 973^ v^ 007 op «S£iLb^2 ^^^i^ 
.240^.^393 00^ ^3 .;3L^ ^,?4^ ^M^? ^^i^^ ^^? I '^i^ 

.;IbaS3 >^0 ^i^Ie .07^39^ o;«^ ;lSo .^32 ^ t^.sS 
cS^ ;^o^^3 oar 5^2 .o^'^li^ ?tS^'ap3 ^3 oof .or£^2o 
i3o^ 007 :«^^ .0^ JSa2 30mmA3 J^23 oof :i^3f ^32 

34>«^2s j^33 A^^ A? fK*?^>AM ^.wi o2 ^^ .3*^;; 

^siol :3\s -5^1^ ^ Ul070*3^^^»0 .^ 3^3 ^O^^i^i^ 
WAOfOidMlUS ^kb .^3^ LXma SklSSl ^3t.bo!^ As .230 OOO) 
.361^3 3uJS^3 ^ oof .;OOf 007 %h^l \\^ yl '^^^?^ 

''^l^ .3592 3A ;30^f 3ui ;^2S ;^073i ^ %ad2 <^)^ :oi^ 
oof V*\ ^ 34»2 : ftS>S>V>to\ o2 Jdisx^S ^^ .^2 uS 

^m2 .^2 ^oaa .^o^i«.2 ;^S^ ;ijap3 0074;; -A^? 

.^ok^ ^2 ^3 psa .^^o j^^'S^S ;3Jsi 907 .^o^i^l '^saL^ 
;33 ;32 ;oo) 3^2 :e\x .^JKS x\ o^ sisJibo .mOTjJoa^ 

^&A&OiQ9 OfXSbfib O^ ^ii23 007 ;*3UM«3 ■^.i.^Sj^ UQloSo^ 

JktOaU tliy SoAaO .A 33^^ 303m*&33 .^]i2^02 >$»i'io V 

3009013 ^2 .;OOf AtOaU ^3 oof .yA0f0^2 3«\ V^^^ 'l^^, 
^i .^Ivm03 ^« 3ke&*» ^aLs^^S 3b*V oof -nak/Q}^ ^0071 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 524 

pa ^l^yJi^ ytSt ^SMM^bo ouaie .6^d^2 ^oaub oor o^ SmI 

^op:^ 6seS oi^ .^'^ ^ol Sisao 43,>^ ^ oxsi^ 
vA^ a>a^>bft\ «3o£s ouoisslo .^aL^ ^jKooIJS oxa^o 

j^o .)Lbo9 «!Sif^3 jdA ;v«^ . |[9 .^3A ^ au^ ^ON 
aa ^^aa .y^ojA'ao .^a^eu« oi2^ \*se2 .or^oaaL^daS isii 
eo; ^ ^^^( -or^ofliiCdbpS ^^js^ ^^o ^Ll o^ ^^^ 
^i \\,v» .;ooi a^'2 ^a ;aof .^^ebo^ ^osMia^o .&^m^^ 
^ ab*isl a^ae .^ouqms ^ak^ .oaa^^a .eopdi ^baaa 
^o^a dd2^ ubaf Aj; .^Ali oa^iiaS ^^ ^oji^ 
^ a«jsl jdA \a\!ikl ^^ ajy^ A .^070^2^ aaia o^^ 
«A ^^ajKa ep^;; .0^ a^;;o ;3X»S i^;bc ;^2 :m.me .ojS^ 
.^4^ b^^ )^a isfti ;3^ .053 3^ ^ MLfit&oAa 1^^ 
)S ooia ;ioa ^ d^2 ^2 .;=Ud o^ a^'2 .^3l2^ ;3.<2i^q^ 
.«Me\5 aJ^ is&i ;^a ;aaA .;I*au2a ;3j.Sa^ ^ ^^^ 
;:» ;^a .;m ^o^ a^'2 :\odE .^xo^ ;!^ ^a aoAa 
.;VjMJb i^l Uaof .^^ pokAs o^JxAia -^^aiSiS .SlLa 
y^m .'^^(kXMO ^icwl^o'aj^ ;a:Ko^ -^^ ^t^m ^,?^^ 



523 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSW ERS OF THE FATHERS. 

oor ;aLbo .^'^oj ^ 5^ ^li :aojO kSl ;^l ;lS2 .o^^^intla 
Foi.239^. oaf c^.^Vm^ 2fM .^ASa ^^9 oi^a^o^o .w^fle I ?*><a.ai 

;,3bM ;\d2 ov^piu ;i^o .;4^^?^ 9% '^P'f? -^?^t? 

;xi^ ^ ;&3^aiQ» .^M oi^ a^j^o .M^s29 5^2 o^^ 
^or 9^|t .;>i^2 ^^9 ?'na>^^a 5^fib^ iS ;^2 .ksiita 
iVyvta XoMis^ .^Li^is^ 6^is*2a oor ^aio ^of aisa 
liso'y^oj^ enyaSt a^o .3M.^isis|ba ^aoS 07^ btiaf j^ao; 
;raa%!^3 .?^!i>l^a ^lail >la2a ^auto abo2 ca^adE .^^sILSjo 

.;^o;bA^ m!i^ >.Mfvty ^^ ^is^aa ^,?^? ^ ^ ^ ^^^ 

ooA '?^^>? ^ ^oiiso >yj^^> >L^a att,M ^a ^^a 
^is*a ;l!^js^ -^oris a^^li .aa^ ^^^ <!?^^^? ^-^ 
;^ad ;S2 .0^ Ao^^a tS*a^ Ssil ^^js^ ;i^o -^^^^^ 
^laa ^is*a aisadoo .t^Vti >S«Art*i hd^2 .;t,ax 001a ;:» oof 
^jaiA ^9^ ^j ^^ "Aju^i :qa^ .?,«^>a{,i!oa oriSOin,.V^n 
^iiiite .;^M^ wA abb2 .a^2 aa ;^^Xo ;is^iaisa uosuaAas 
^ o^ 3A^ ^liAoI .iai ^a Jiiai^oo .onS aiejLo ^3A 
.^ad^ ;d^2 \y,y ^^yfiUi ;ii2 ;oo) abo'l :oa^ -^?>r^ 
u^aft^2o 4a^2 %ba^>aM 0001 y*a^o .^aL^ ^oS oa^oJs2a 
Op .^2 adlL eg) oor mm2 ^'^a ^ oora .^o^ puM 
iSad mm2^ MMiboa ^ oora .vas^XJi U^ oor t^2 ;&ohoaa 
^a'go ^or^oA Af;; ^?^ Ip* ^.? ?9 .;4a>o ?j.aap 
.^a&k 7i3ij ^iia aao .au^ ^ a^i .o&j| Jtoa^a lom 
^2 ^aMi2 00^0 .^lol J^fl^aa v?^''^ ?^ ^^^ ^?|^^^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 522 

^l 9bi ^od ^ia .oor ^i J^ ^*^^ ?^ I -1^ }9dia Foi. 239a. 

«^fa .a^'i aA oor ^3A ^oS MOfou«i ^^o^ ^i 007 saiio 
;iis ^a .^ie ^^0^ "^^P^ ^9^ ^^? '^ '^^^ 
^o >^>^a ^or U^ «^>^>3 .5^fMbai^ ^2 «^^9 ^^^^^ 

^lAfkfiboo ;aao^ ^y^ ^'^^ -^^ fS3^9 ^^i ^^P 
VMS ^aoai JiiAabSi ovmSoa ^^a^ om H>a wfil^ ^ .jlakA 
^aiti ;i^ ;o^i oSj^a .a^;; ear ;3A %^»bax a^e .^atbbjl 1^^ 
QboXx ^AO .9i6seS l>^o ^BLde .waka ^oo] aa^M ^ .079 

^*2 ;iu2 ^ad^ '^9^ ^\ ^ '^^ '^^, ^^99^ -^,??*^ 
yJi» JOaxo ..oo^a>3 }^iM loo] Jk»2e ^ym ^eaa .000) 

;=uEd ^,a Abax 9A .ora^ua .^ ^ ^^^^ or^«bo ?a>nibft\ 

.a«j(o ?a^a ^ 007 }oo7 aaaisj^e ^aor .^^bftS ^eis^j^ eor 

.^<ai3 ^SjsS is^is^ ^a U;; .^I^.? \^ ^o^ ;ii 

aiSL&o ao^f >\Ah wA^ «ju2 aA;i2 .pa^ op^ ^o& A? 
UaJktOA ^ao ;oo} MSikx2o >cyr,a4>^ aisfvboe ^aib9 .0^ 
aAO .;d^oJSaI 07^ ^sib^^ii 9^ ^^? '^^ ^ ^^ V^? 
o!^o^ ;^;|o 9^ 94^a eo^ U^Aoa 0^ ^^? ^9^ ^^ 

muS^^" /EI9^ -3^2 99 fSSki apojaio .^A&y2 ^ ^w^ ^i 
Jboasa .aispl pa 07^ ;oo) u^*^ i^JOsAl ^,p oof .Jliss^^s 
007 ajS >»2 .^2 ;^ X^e ^is*l ;.VbOi> ^a .^2 «A 



5 2 I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

;3or Aj^ ^M^ Jk^isx^p ol .^isAtib ly^a kS^l o^b 
fluboaio .;L^i 6seS yO^i ^^ ;^2 z^ .;usk o^ika ^|ub 

.07^0^34 "M^^ ^oJSbo A? .06^94 ^^i i\yy eoo} ^^2 
I'iUt 00m M^'I sla .iS*aor >^oI v-^ xla .<t-M\ ol 
0007 ^*aA\,o .JiKDiila ? .i^>S>>jk^ oS^ -^f^? ^o^opA^p 
pa eoo) ^^jb -lli^^ ^qSoAiuao .000) ^.tXt^xo .07^ 
;3;s -5^:*\ .Qfu4 ^j v^i^ If^ ^3 p9 .o;!SuiOfi o;L^ar -^a^2 
ocu4 ^1 '^0^0 .^aioi pka ophdadp^o a»%\^^y)>\ ouad: ^p 
^l -^f^ ^^y o^ -^on^ ^.lo 4^ ^p oo! -5^^«\ 

^*2o .^oiUp pu^ ;^i ^93 sii^^i^ :i30^ .?,»*VSi^ \^^\ 
.^is ^e^ 3bba^? )t<^ ?^ ^h**t •'^9^ ^^ ^^ l9^ 
yskO .cT^aoa ^ ^0^? ^? ^ ^?^ ^^ ^^V^ ^9 
^ .oT^pelo 07S 3m;^ -JrUCDp cr^o^ ^^'i'^,? ^j ^^il 
.ak»2o ^o .o7^oaaairiA^bo \iwO .007 ^23 ar^o\a^ 
v!S4>iO i^f2 .007 ^i ??\^il ?^o .yOAJSo^ ^ MOjopao^ 

motomixkjI o\><o .^adi pa 007 ^2p 07!^ a^x .^9^ 
JSoS .007^ M07«Io>3pap uo^ojo^lo 41*^ l^^^iso^ 000} 
.;i2 ^2S0 ;ia3or ^jLp .3^*2 pa uoa**V^is2 Ao .^o^ ^2 
uQju^io .orfsKVyYt 07!^ ^^'il -V^9^ ^1 ^^ o^j[ pao 
^o^ ^2p .07!^ oyaolo 66j ^2 ^o^ o^f .adp'l pa ^J 



SAYINCS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWER5? OF TIIK KATHEKS. 5 20 

cSSi aao .oV*ii>f YiSs yio k^ol ^i jK^sa J^oi oAac 

aib«b ^Om i\\,*irte .^fiKOX^ ^aucd op? ^oJS ^)[ J^^ 

pA9 .Jpor woi ^p .^ooi as}io .^oraaoa >^?»S ^L 

;is\iM ^,>M }3bM J07 .k^eu ^i .^07 ortS Si^'i .;aa« 
^a ^of ^ -^^2 ^^^,? ^9^ >\yv> ^ia2a liiso^p 
k^ol ;auEa ^a a^J^l .^i ^0M>^ ^^3: NfU^^i -i^ 
^lauio ,?tS'<!b paub )^o .Si^oL lorn UtoS^jp ;jsoiea^ 
\ii ^o^isisapa pa^ oor ^oo) \a2o .^isi^cA^apo yoafa^ii 
^i» ;oor »Mi?ItS^*wa .o;A aj392a ;^i A^e .;ao^l^ 
<t,aoM >^ ^:soau^ yAX xlsJI ^^;l3^oa 390 .^oieor'a^oa 
;^2 000; ^fbaai^o .;,^^ ^^ ;oo) M0feX«2 :«>^ -2o^2^ 
•xioiaoa eq^ a^jlo .^or^Ls ;^2 ;oo7 JS*2o .;isa^ 

al^o .;:\aoo ;i)u«S ;^;; .^^oo ;li isl^i }!i .;'ae6^ 

.>^'l 39 .;ix»i^ ojikA ^'j^ ;xiJ. Uf'l 6soi 6aj ?a>nx*o 

y^ laiao I .;<Aap q!^ o^*2 ;^;; .Axca ^oa^ ;lS ^ ;i^ia foi. 338^. 

.^ttsol 5^ ^ooi ;.^i&^a .0^ a^;;o a\6se^ ;^;[o .;m ^ 



Fol. 



5 1 9 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

39 .yoai^ Ico] lO^e .^eudo MorolouS^ ^ oo! ^^2 Jis»\ 
.op 3^2o opo a)iic 07^3 .^aoJS^ yho oboO aao .0001 

^e .^3^03 ^!^^ >i^ ^2 ^O^ is^i «^f'2p 00^2 . OmI 

..eo^ ;i2 aisi^a 5^^3 ^?^^ ^? '^^'^ ^95 ^^ 
^fts .is&2 ^3^ ^i^ouOA^i 9Qm^^ ^,3^2 .^oa2 ^o'^^ftso 

3^29 5^2 .^07ism>\y,*ny3 5^2 ^is^oA^baa ^2 ^ain uolsx2o 
pa .jo>o\q^o2 ;oo] o^baxa ^isqai ^ od2 :yM*x .^M o^ 
;oo! Ni2 .><aAn'\u\,i\^mfti1i ^aSoa ^'^ao^s ^oo) ^abis&p 
;3^isJ. :s,a^? 5^2 ^a^boi^ ^3 ^^2 .^S ;isMQfia^o ;tax o^ 
^auM a^e .or^o^ ^^2 ^safu ^32 «^ ^^ibpx aao .2fua 

;3A O^tUfiO .0^9 ^ Cai^ \iiSOSt^ ^3k309 ;f|M&9 ^OO) 

p9bo kbo ;di;9o5 ^ol 30^9 .or9*^is^ 3m2o .;jS03u^ 
^9bo2 .7t>yy)>\ oads* 390 .^mi >S\,'y ;I;l9 5^^ js^29 
.;Abo Wb ouis*2 .uQ}oVq^o2 ;^2 "pL ooo) K»29 bA*2 

;oo! ^2 ^o* ^9 }^i .ySm ^ ^i ^A>^ ^p t^V? 

>^al jQ»o^aSe2 eoi o)i:t^ ^9 ?6^ .bfiuisx 9^ %iitA 

.y^l ;^ ^^? ^o .^2 .^^ ^i&bodLao9 X^o .^^ 

238a. ^ I Jad^o .OOO! ^a^ ^^V' ^9^ ^?^P ^ )^^>^^ 

A9i .;o;S29 ;ikO&93'9^e .bls* ^lS ^S^ba 3^ ..007^0^ 

;L9k .^ oteub o^;;o .;:^ol3 079 094079 .^^902 0^0 

^S^fbob yOS2^lbNbpX .;L9^9 ^A&tll9 ^SwdO .;3<d3 07^i^9 

oi^^ 390 .oxiu ;i^3^ '1%^ ^?^ ^^ ?90 '^^ 



SAYINf;*; AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 1 8 

l^ai A\,y )^^ .isfti >\*t*ift y*^p >mo'o! A*bl ;iS .aJ^ 
^<u ^ pMiS ^4ii 99? -^^ ^'1 iV\,y eooi ^aMl :07«x 

^a ^aA^d ik6aa]S ooo] ^^ oooi ^i*iftS,h'Tfl ^^tJ. p^p 

.'pysop Uoooia ;oo) «3oiu ^oJSbo )^ eo; .^oiaif&a eoo! 

^j[ Ao ^;[ .^jl J^jjb; ;|^ ;^o .^Q9oiS ui^ ^^ jd29 

;&a^aA^ o^^x;[e ;m ^o^ ;^j; .^;;^^f a^e .isii 

A ao2 .a^j^ MO!oaui2 i^aii^ .^sud ^Sdox 990 •^a^a ^ia*2 

yOAj; 5^07 ia ;»aA< o^Aaa ;iSe | .;^jia: ;aor ;eo! yiA^ foL 237/^. 

^ ou2 \^ OOO) ^a^2 z^tX .yOmis^ojS ^6f ^'^^ 

js^jio .;Ia^ ;^ ^i; ;iS;[ .;bLS ;ooi .iai A? .;^i 

p2A . 7i>\^*nS OOO! ^^la ^ -h?^ ^^ ^9^ "^^^s 
«2^9j;o .^ol ^ 9y^ ^9 jEa\ .jsoiSo ,l^Om o^ ;eoi 
•iiaeio .^iJ. IfJo^i ^2 ^sS ^a o^ .;aS x: ;3A ^o!^ 
■ ;n>\,*i>\ 09^;.^ aao .^ofJKS\^ ?m*V\\, liAtl oof ^ajo 



5 I 7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



0^29 ->^2^? ^\ l9^ '^^ '^^ -^,>^ ^ l9^ ^^ ^ 

^iS u0^e^&9 ;IaMtea>^2 ^ ^^^1 ^ ^<^^ V?^ 

.^j yOa]iscS 3^9 ;i3M Ao .^^ eo7 ^isf oop loa\ 
.^o^oJAmXxo ^^>m2 ^isisf oj^o!^ tOJS^ ^O^ ^!fll^b9 

.^*Aibo 99 094^^9 ^9fty(tT>29 ^f OOP ^o ;oo! 9baL 

07^ 9kbpiJSa ;^2o .007 ^9JKiS ^3^9a t o\^9 ^fS ^9 Je^3\ 

efiK2o ..o&oi 9A .0^01 ^e^ o^daxo ^^is ^^k09is2.3 
' «» ^^ <t " « \^ II It /•»# «'» »' 

^^o!^ ^^29 )^i is^i ^9l .;is*:x93±t ;isu93 >y007^ ^ooi 

.;aLi(a o^ 9^1 -?aIiV.ia ^o^ ^^1 ^^^ .uQ>^9o\^2^ 
;99X39 5^2 .;!^ ^is*lsx2e .?,»mS ^is^o^ yoisbaS^ vf ^^ 

^^^u. ;^2 .:z];>V? ^^^ ^ ^^ ^ta^S ;[^ ;&29 .^99 
^9 oor ^9^0^ ;!0'9iw .ux:^ ^2 %xhocbob ^ ^SV^ t^ 

Fol. 237a. ^{^>S>^y9 I isfp .yO^ftOOftS yOis!Siu9 JSiiOO) A^SmI }aIjQ)S 

99 OiAaio yOa)JsI^9^3 OMA&isis2o oiQ>A^iSj^o .^istlM£sx2 

^ [3^^] 3^3>^^?^^ ;i3i9 .«!SmL>i? ;ai2 Xom 9^*2 :9*x .^,9^1 
\yy .?99>itegA2 ;32S ;|ud 9tf\ o^ ^901 ;au*9 .^ois^i ;32 
^0^9 oSah^lo .^ioutt'Tie ;^ae A^? ;oai ^939 

fr^;^ ;99A«9o^2 0070 .^o^^ ^^? ^'^^,?t2 ^V^"^ ^^ 

9alw i^ 3 93.0942 ^29 .;a<aS 09^02 ^9 ;^2 4907 j ^ » x*o 
9bp;; wOioLbaSisS ^0^2 M^ub .;aA ;oa; ^^ ^o .^,9^ 

Aba.ai 990 .09) ^^ap iS^ .^^2 ^a^sl^ v^2 .0^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OK THE FATHERS. 5 1 6 

;,3j6 ;akL3 mX(2 «Sfj; ^o .eor U»'^ A»oa^p 5^2 .^al*» 
.oristSh^ ^o]6 J^^o .0^ >a'iflboS m»3:s2 ;^o ^ai \^ 

'^]!^ -c^? 9^? ^ ^9^ A^^ ^4il ^'^ ^^ "^^^ ^^® 

;i2 ;is*bpo .aoAs ;3or ^^9;A ;^oS u^ ai^i .;ajD o^ 

.Uodyiba^ o^<^2o MOf '^oa^ o;S ^fj^ ^oJS ^o .0^ 

afiej^o %3omiI ;3A ^o^ ;^2o .OTjpuQM ^JSo^^ ao^ ;^o 
.;«^ae;3 ;ao7 ^aLa >s^^l .^2 ^^o^ ^2 ;^2 a^aa .07S 
^or ^Om^ ai^io .;i3aA ^oxa ^la^oo ^al t^or acs^ 
I .0^ mO^sot oraitf y.«aisua oo^2o .crajsel ^2 ^ba^a 
o^ ^30!»? ^2 yMaJc2 ;lSo .^ou aw^o^ aa oof v^fj[eFoi.236^ 
.0!,a3o2 ou2 ;iS2 .^ad^ ;3A oor ^sa abo;;^^,ab<«r -^ai*,? 
worouMj^a a^ ^*oo) ;£n2 .07^ ^2 ^al^a oof ^^A ^o^or 
.«3atJbJ ;aLA o^ a^aisj^e .or^Matf2o ^as0 <^V^ *^^ 
.o)i|V<a4o "T^^ or^^ as ;l^ MfibXj^o ;oo) aI^ oS^ ^o 
.;aLa ;o^ oL^a oor ^aud iSoS ^00; ;^x ^eJS ^[ao/o 
MOioa«;3 ooi oS .^aao o^ ;ooii «^23: jd2 %oc\ ;^2 .2a 
}3^a ^abo .^AiS isii ^ .0^ a^'2 i^l .0^ ;ooi vsoju 
.M ;oo! atel Atola ^a^ oof odl ;ooi ;£s«bo .6a2 
-Zooi ;^«^ ;^a 00^20 .t^o^^aubft ^X ^a ^2 mOV!>o^ 



5 1 5 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

oV,9>^ ^0 -^^iLa oft^ ;^o .o^aOm ;l^9 com Vl^^o 

^34\6s ;^ ^rud 3^*2 :y»«x -9^^ 3bbf>L }^2 aoAs ;^o 
^3ij tS^Js A? •^9^^','? P.?^ V^?^ ^o '^^P ^?^ 

oajilo .^lisx^p )D3yU \^^ Ae .f^boA 5^^2? ^ 
&£]3 ^isfl lAo .sbikboo ;i^b ;ja» oaf SH^ vSllsi^a 
.5^ail&3 ^ ;3y.3i ^3 .3^2 >ftuA>3>^92 ^2 :mS .i^^^obao 

k^isolsS2o opi ^cri .^4^o ;o^2 Moro^2 ;i.ba*opo3 

^3kX^O .JiO^Si MOroiMi2 ^^»^u^3 ^,30iX90 .^UiiOkOfSO y\ 

t^la .uo^ii^crr 5^'3A<aA93 is&i J&2 ;^;; .07^ ^^^^ ^^7^? 

Foi. 236a. ^ ;4fl60M3 5^ ^907^? 9!?^lP .joohopiis ^i ^001 1 ibpi 
MO^iibfai ^o ;3u2 cf^ \3co2 .^iouoiis «Sd&o A3^e .>sll 

.3^a^ J^ ^ ^ia^b .5^ uOM^oiQ}!^ ^^ '^^f^ 

o)£sebisi» ^3 .Uj^'^ eo] ^ou ^2 \y,y ^6^o)ai ^ j;&2 
;l3b23 ;ooi ^bai< ;iar ^3 cm '^i^Aaua ;l^ A^^il ^^^f^ 
^fo .9m ^sLs ^2 ^ 9m ^ ^^ ^^O ■UB)0\,n\j3 
^9 .bbo2o o^ >ftu^ao 3A 9m ;^i ;^e .moS^9 ;lJKa 

96^23 ^i^ >^Ah uS ^or .b^'i 9A uQ9*di ^bM2 90^0 



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SAVINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 1 4 

od^ U}nfy\ M^? M*^? "^^^ ■^°'^ ^o^? ^^ 9^ 

.^^oiss;^ ^ftioSo .0^ 3^'i .;3i ;S .o^ a^'l .^i^o!^ o^ 

^ ^'SS^ ^^44? ^? ^ ^^ii? >^\^ -^ ^.fi 4^ 
.JK«^j; ;ior ^^ala:? Utaj .^iSio til ^^ 990 .^^oS 

.^06 ;3i ;ooi Sbpi ^^ili^ ^j --ax .oTSAfr^ ^>^a\ 
;xs< ^3^ \>< 9^kA3 ^ ;lS;; -^,9^ ^ ^if.flLua ;^3 
jj3f ;i>i .07^ x^j^e ^o^ ;3:S S^ ;^i :«^ .?v^.<Vuo 

.;3A o^ 3^*2 .0^ ^2 91^9 I ly*l ^oya loapeS yS ¥01.23$^. 

.;^ isfti i.>Atye .^9Jb >!4>»JK e2 .^22^ ^*3 ^^^ 
.;iA«A ^93 ao^b .^^oao ;32 i\y,y .^o^^^ ^2 X02 : ace 

Aa >^oaci op ^^9?^ ^i^ •'^?^^^ ^^? ^,9^? 
^cn .3^ ^f^ oboob ojbA^? l^^ a^iio .0^ ^^94^ 
.^c^ aMj; ^f'!^^? Vf^il ^^ ^? 99 "^ atJLitisiSfl ^a 
ouba^a ;3l2 ^^a ^aaaaa 5^2 .JliOMS .!^ yok^i ^<>tt<Adft 
^'jKa J^a ;oAo .>Ak >>A%^ aA .ooi'^lSb ottrnare 
^l ooaxo ouii ;^;; .;o^ ;^2 oa^^;; ;;^e .;L^o5 ^yh 

aauoMa ^a^ ^01090^ .;ab^dub ^2 aM2 :op( ^^S^ 99 

.^JK^iiL^ 0007 ??*'.^^fta .^o^ ^2 'xiii :ox .^ao^s UooOjk 




5 I 3 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE F ATI lERS. 

.?Iv>tX Mcro3u2 \s^9 ^$J^ ^ ^>or ,>aSbaS uS ^2 

yl .o{^ 3d920 .l^OA^ j.S>t*V*DS ^3UQ>^ 5^2 OT^^^ ^^.?)9 

pjS lorn uQ»>^a> 9k^ ^2 :3 4^Ai ^2 5^Sa uoof isiki Jbl 

cu^i ;i2 ;^ .o^S ^23^3 )^^ ^ "^^^i? -^^ r^ 

99 ^9 ^2 3^:02 .^'3)mA 07S ^2 ^kx^o .^a^OiQ> 3^3 

Urn ^u]0>S .ai^M AVtoya |^ ;lS2 .qS ^23 ^ 

;3teOf 07S ^a2 .2 .;auca eoj o^ 3^*2 ,;a^c>Ma Jbua AV^^ 

,' 1' ' ♦ \" ' •• 1' ' i' ' ' ' 

mOIO^aS .^ ^ OO) 93g^ ^,3kS2 .^Sj^ OO] ^isbO ^m3 

;i3M2 ^9 ;^i .3^2 ;isaua 6;^ i^^ A? ^'^i^ -?^ ^^^ 

Foi. 2350.^^2 j^o^ I ;i2 ;^23 eo^2 .3^2o ^Kd^ ^^^^ ^ i^ 

St'^o .Sl^ "pSi 3^^23 ^l ika^ .0^ ;l2 ^2x^00 .;aA ^ 

;l2 3^*2 ^ .A l^^ 07^ ^t2 ;]^ .vA ;3JSQ^ i^^ ^i 

6;^ isA ^^Abo^ .k^i6i3o o^x^A xo2o .^J* ^^^? ^09^ 
Dx^boo .^2 jSksI ^ ^23 .xp2 3t^<L^3 ^al^ ^3 ^ .;^k*^ 
jim^ A2 .^iA ^aiMMbo ;!!^ .;aui ybo ooi 3[u»bo wk3j2 .opK^ 
^,3^;^ .5^ l^^ ^ ^^ao .^i^Viisaey ;i2 .3^2o o^adA 

.^isxAaa ^auca 907 Sip2 3m\^ ^ Af;2 ;S Ji^oauo ua70^ji2 
;j3i^ yjaol jQ>>«D3i ;ii2 :;j: .;isx^ ^^^ ^? ^ii 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5 I 2 

i^oa;a3 ^ .^XflLs ;ooi 3^ 9^3 l^'l J^ 1%M> .^il\lrip 
l^ ^a^lp isii ^ .;i^^ ^a^ a^ilo .^1^3 ^Xm ^ux 
^ 3JS« Ji^ ^,?^il >^ .;L!iA^3 ^3 073:0 .s^oala .^lis 
.dai Six ^«uoo .m33 ^^bfiUi ^v^*2 5^33 .07^ 3^20 .;[3or 

}i^i iy^mh .6a] ;^i^ o^ ;oo7 jK*2 .;49^^ <[.?^ ^,?^ 

3»2 .y00^4>' <>^?^il ^M^j? ^^,?^ ^O .Mb3>< ^3i3bp3FoL23i^. 

^07^ .3^ :a>< i^2 .yoa^ pSi 3i'isAis6s jH .;auiD 07S 

^3 ;jior i^itdo^ .^o^ ^2 ;3i3 3^ <[?^? ^9^ ^A^ 

psisao .^a'ia yasio ^6s\^ >s'iiS 07^ ^JS3o 30m\'-i 

^3^3 »Axaj3 00^23 .a^aoS . o'aaJltb ujois^^k^o 07^9 

pJ* UskOi .^yinnisxio ^siso ^3L ^007^ -^^ oof 

ei .^JKouif .Nyy . j[ .;,3;x ^s ^cL ^ooj^A frui2 ;x3 

.^03^ ;^o3 ^ ju2 ;mb o2 .?^jQ>a ^bau«3 o2 .;iko\Qo2 

?>\ , y ^ .^070*33^^^0 MOroAipO^^ p,3AJp^ ^3 OO^JI 
^30^2 .d3jQbb OpO .:niBO ;^2 ;313 dO^O .>^'3«*i3 ^ 

:\^3 .JEJS^^ soAa ^33 o^bftito .M070fiK*2 ^23 \t^6i 
5^ ^ai ^073 .0^ 3»2o i^ol Zai :so^ \d^ ^al Afj^ 

;^o3go .;3oii9 m3oo^o ;is3o^f ;issboxds ^i paL .A*^ 
^07 ;3^ .v4^om ;l2 ;A3bo .:S><y*i Ui ;^3 ^io .^xo 



5 I I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^i St''il ^9 .0^ 9M2o 0730^ 4^o .^ti'/ii MiSdiLa ^i 

5^3 oSa .aibo2 is&io .y^oi AaS ^sors ^ai^lo ,^^oa 
y^ yiaolo .obojCDO -^iso^ l^oaf l^ioi ^o .A*3 ;lS2 .^o} 
I .0^ 3^iio oi3^ ^^^ 4^9 -^.P^ ^?) ^?? 'V^^^ 
F0I. 234a. .23 .0^ 3^ilo ^3m*^ o^au^io .M^ A*p ^2 .^or Q^9 
.;^Om.^ >liibaS Qm9Jc2 ;l^ ;]A07 .w^fo «:u> ^q <t^3 .^2 
9ao .^01 ^eiK*2 ^S jAu3 .9k^ ^2 ^ooi ^*2 :Om9 

.;s^;!^9 ;>«obo^3 uo?«Aovy,t3 ;3;x 0907 ^^ -^^^ v^<^ 

d^o^ ^kl<^ .3070& 072^ eoo7 ^oL^o .^isac^^^ uOf^oa^io 
.^Soroj^ MJ^o^ ^^2 ^)^ •^•32 .0:;.^ 3^2o 9m ;autD 

9bo2 5^03^b ^^29 00^2 A2 ..oo;j.is*2 9mi\ Xi^lfi ,JiS^ 

^s^ ;l^ 9A, yoa^ ;i2 pid )^i ;3^9 m>^;l ^29 .^07^ 

.^ajcd 07S 9bb29 ^2 .oq^ 9^2 .M0>io9uS&9 e^2 9ao .2^2 

y\ I'^l -^^^i ;^?o ^kp ^aj^ oor9 .^9^^ o^ ^99o2 
a^ lorn is^l 9Ae .^lio oisjap ^f^9 ^^.39 ^^2 oj^SoS 

^90r ^O .oiSkSOjU ^^O .vA isA9 9^20 tSV^b .u070«3fOft9 

^^kcilo .lyi^aa ^m £so^ A920 oof ^i pytio .om A^ba 
u^ ^007 M. ^9 o&or .^3A o^ 9^02 .v^tbokb ^9^Sa 07!^ 
oo}i29 is*9**9 >l^y .q^ issoju ;^o ^«ai»3 ;^i ;^2e .^^ 
\oae29 kiXtLislp .^isj^ ^^? ^9iQ»aA 07S 4^ ^^? 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OK THE FATHERS. 5 I O 

M ;Iis ;»a laip 'OpoSip Uf^ ^i^ .tntsAoS \ii iSo 

lK*eO) JtX%/^ ^SiV'J .JS*Oa? O^j; ^j|3 ^9^ ^1 | 3«iFol.235^. 

la^'lp .^JSo^'i ^ Jtil ;oo7 xiii :03 .07^ ;a2 i^lL jUip 

ka*te» ;i^ ;i^,bi»b ^,^ lojii^tS .ya>Mo i^H^p ^cji^^J^ 

^oraa^xeu* 3^ mS^ . j| ^!oa .^Al^ yas* '^io^ <u23 opTAJ^d 

Aji? >}3A 07S xp2 .mJ^oaImo^ .\\,'y 9^;[ U^ .0^ 
^aL .;jKou»a^ d;*ft^3 ?nft\<3 lhoS*9 U^ l^JO^ sod^fri 
ly^i .'^oaa 3^^ A? -^9^ 6\ 3^'2 :;^a .;oo7 ^S 

A .2^ ^?^fio .<|X3fttA ;]iiS^ ^?^^? ^^ fi^23 is&i ;^s 

hiioLp lyd^p .yOiib )b2 ^'1 za^y .^»*if>>rtS isii ;^2 
;&i\*^ ^yx^^ .j»wi isMiiiA ^AiK^ MOToi^2 lH^ -^A^ :aL>< 
;As2 w.oro»,aiA A52 ;^2 .js^ ;S ^a is^iiA ^2 .eoi 
afiL^b ;si2 6^lp .ijn>*in\,i2 ^32 3M2 :\^3 .;4?^N^ 
OkMOXj^ )2i^o .;:seuoi4i3e ^^oa^f^b ^Atii^B .^ova2^ 
^32 xipi :3^a -lofUlp U»bol ^ ooor ;a>^bp .^tf'So^ 
:o7^b .^^^lS k^\^p ;» oor 3^? ^^A^ '^^'^l -^9^ 
opa^ Ao oads^ ^^^r^ ^.? -^^ r*?^ ^9^ ^t^? ^^^ 



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509 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

ail i^o .^sjaSab \iy ^yxx JKoboaa ^007 >Jl .^aJaSob 

Foi.233a.tS23; H-iookl ^ 9w^o I ■o.Q/iX.d . ;^ ^^2 07S ;oo7 Jl^ ^9u*2 

.^xoj ;i2 bfiL^uQ> ;S .0^ 3MJLo .;aj;ba3!bo ^ ^^9?^ ?'r ^^ 

.pbutJoS ^3 5^2 ;3tfJk3 ^^9^? ^^^i^ >^o -V9?^4^,? 
;42 ;l^ ^al^ 5^2^ .^3or o^A^fl ;a.±0 .;idbod;bOi^ ;s*xti 3bbo;[o 
^ ;i3: ^2 .<^NoS o2 Jaora ^o;^,M 5^ade ^^soS o2 43^^ 
i^' ^4\y,yB ;Lx^^*ap ^^m^o ^^s 007 . 2o .^isoS ^ 
ska ^o -a^\\,y3 5^ ^b .isou*jk ;iS ^,?^2o .;oo! >^d 
^o .^ait o7,3^ 5^2 ^a>x& ^9m^2 ;3g»«bo .^ajiboitt u&sp 
■^j^aibat^S Jiuxd ^2 .;isx^ds (s'axo ;i3kiy jsbpisx23 b^s 
^09 07!^ bd|a -^o^b ^M 39 ^,p oar .isb^ ;&:0 ^ ''^^ 
;^2 ;^23 ^ ^^2 .^ ;^b w»s<d43 ;i2 ^\^ jlSs .b^'l aa 
.5^ ;i2 hfiL^A A? o7^3u!^io >^^od^ ^^o M^oS ?u^ 

iSyv) ooo) ^3592 :o;5b .07^0^00 [1^2 \^ opQau^io .^^2 

.;,a>M ^C77oi0 ^<Jli ^^ox \ai^l ^ ^j^b .^^o:^'i ^ ^^2 
\iy 07^ ^^y^ ^3 ;m ad2 £soS ^920 .07^ N3oiu£s2o 
.^ab' ;iS>ba4na bk^2o bfiU^isis2 ^^lo ^S^ 9ao .^a6\tai 

.oar ;auca ^f2o .5^ X'^'^^ aA^ ^^ •^'^ ^^^? ^^jS 
>^ L^2 :o^b .073^ ^iiuQ»^23 ;:0b^ 07S bM2a ^ui ao^o 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 508 

.^orKilSd^ I ^i 00*3^0 yOo{^ ^'^i^o '^\ s'ntxyo Foi2Z2i. 

ovf^ ^2 \o>ai^,? ^07? ^3U(d Sbsi :A^3 -^P^**? ^'^^ 
>\,Yi>*rt ?>tN^*o ;Iaa .;rud a^;^ ^ois :i^3 .^A^ o^ ;2^ 
;^iM^o ^3o;|U9 .^a^ ;s*2^f^ <u2 ^Xdba^b ^3 ^lor .^eor 

.^od ;3i ^oS .;Lt3L\39r ^ts o^;; :Ad3 -^4^ ^M? 

3oAA>^23 ^iS 6^2xa M^XboMo -V^^ y^^ ouaio 
.l^o^o^A bSi^ ;as»i,b ^3 ^ 4^2 .^ou^ 3^ .;^3?>jjba>323 

yOi,l Sdk^O ^30iS^ ^^i .07S '^}fi O^? ^^^"^ ^^? 
;U2 O^^ : J^3 . ?^S > f1 y9^f;^3 y^l MO .^O ^ V V y l 3 

^ jui^ ^f>*.? ?5*i^? -^ ^>3olo ^o^ Ui^ ^m ^ 
;&j^3 .^ruo .00^ 3>^i ,^cncuQ>a>i3 is&i ^3^ -?^? ^^ 
;i2 si&L aao .woro^ ^a^23 ^3^oiQ» «A JS*23 op^23 
^o^o .0^ ;i2 L«>9^ i^o .o;S ;i2 ^b.< -^^^P ^mo*^^ 

^3 ;i2 .3^;; 007 5^[i4< ^1^? )^.?^? "^^?? -^^^ '^}t 
..03(^0^ ^ ^Q3l3Lii;b ^iss^ :zi3ubo^ ;^23 .yofi^ ;&2 3^2 

;f^o .;3of ^23 ;4o3^ ;>;s: o^a ^2 .^9? x: sA, ;^2 
.o^oaS lorn J^ 3^o .;oai ;^ lis^i :&>•? ^019^2 

^;; sitso .^ov^f2 yOAo;3 o^ scud 99 .S^l ^niiA 
ouAiNx2 Axi^o .^fisvA ;!03^ bflido bfiidA .3^;[o C'V^k^ 
..oaA ^k3o2 t^m ;3or i \\,y -V^"? U^'^ v^^ 
ju2 Xoa\ ^i<tsc :333 .^ooais ^^ vf^Vf^ v?^ ^^? 



507 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^07^ 6s^i Ao .^07 ;^i^ ^-t^Lfa ;s^ -^9^ ^^ 

.Qsisajs;^ UsiOip is*ftM >is3^2? <[,?9r ^^ ^lao .90*2 ^ai M92 

\q3^ Zai^ ;3i> ;!0;; ^^Ax :3^9 .Jm ;sk':iai ^i ;lip 

^ .\o]i^ m010^2 Xi\ ;ior .\o3^ ;32 isipi .^OmI 

■vA isA ju2 ^ ^3^00 3bft^ A .^o^i^id ly^ p^L 

.?io^.\< 3a ^ ^tI^^o "^^^ ^ -t^?^ ^tI^ ^^ :o7^3 
.^^kbodi^ ^,,3^ ^^ .^o!<A^ v^^bftt^ ^ ^ioSb .^Liljb pSi 

;'9mi .^S^iOd ^aiti ^OJS30 A3 .^M wbO 3m 3^2 : 0^9 

.AVs^ aH t^l :sid ;^2a ^^ pb±i(A A2 .ubbktA 

Ao .^039 ^Gff23 Awi3 ^O**^ JS3Ct^ poifdUe Ao 

V-" » 1' * • ' ' t f I II I II 

6^ 3mi\ M^3kbp .JSiAbisj^ ?ib9aA JS^i^M^lsj^ aa 90^ 
^3^39 ^ ^fcCL^aa ^3^ }oAi ^ ^i|a ^007 o^^*2 Ijioj 
\\,y ^o&Maia .?\,Vhitn23 ;^'i ^f9 QS^^il =9^3 ^iuivS' 
.yOopOLi' -uQioa^oulJ ^A ^aJJL&a ol^o .^039*1^^ 
nS^ i4^o "^^3 o7Jpk^3p mO!A;3:o M07e;3hb ^a ^^^^ 
^^akboa .uQsoa^outi 5^ mO 5^ mO .Sb^j^o 07^0^ tlS^* ^f 

^o^i 5^ ^1^ A3 ^A*io .'ifjtiax 3d^^>3 ;o^'2 ^sua^s 

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SAYINGS AND QUJSTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 506 

a^j^o 4^e 4aor o^^*2 >A^ ^ .«^o^io ^i«ot^ ^x^ 5^ 
^OmS opE^ J^90 .007 ^ox^ aduoftkb ihai .>at*w «! 

hfi^id ^?^3 -^9^ ^^ \\,'t) eooi ^i»i :2^3 .^io 
^dyi* ;^ 5^2 ;oo7 ^^I .^isxbAX^a eof ?*to»a>S ^f^a ^ooi 
: AliS 4ooi ^ta^ ^,>*(7ro .^ya.aae wOiooxcL . la 99 
.MoreaoAs yAti ;oo! ^>^9 .auM ^M \yv» eoo) ^adbi 
oraaJs2o j(a\o .fiK«;L&o2 o^ 2ooi JCaocbo yl* ?*n\\< aao 
opt^ "^9^? ■?7>to^ 07!^ lorn uQi^^o .007 ?.*n\i<a oraa 
t^flo ^fii^^ -^Tfti^^ "f^^ 390 .u.0701^ A^9 cris^i^ 

.^j^2 ;'>'»'*\ 'o S ^.jii*^^ aL^ o^ao)A <x.ri^,ib .^JaUes 
>^ »x,*a wdio 4ao^J ^2 ^^aS^o .M<noi^!0 wAx ^a^^o 
.JNop X%»* 9^ .07!^ ;oo! <aeaAtt9a ^a eor .wmAx a^a ^eo^ 
;aucaa \yy .yoa^^ Qdo\s*/a .a^;[o ^aHI 'JoS yQ>«d2o 

^or oLsb .^2 .OV^ m?jlO OT^O^ "3^9 I '^^ ?iTy Fol.232a. 

.00) >bo2 .^noS ojS JS*2 ^a^xa a^2 aA »\a .fisait^a 

UB>*A^ ^f3 ^^ :«^a .^Sttx2a JK*e'o! Jb^ ;eo? ;lj| b^i 



505 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^ jo^lo^^ ^1 ^93 ^92 :w,«A3 .0^ ^?? "^9^ Ao 
.mOTOmI ^3iCDo2 oppLSy ^oo; ^*2o -«^>;A^p ^^9^t^ ^^^ 

.;3i ui^ Jdoax .6ai ^ana^l loa\ ''Hsol i^>^l yi'o^ 
tSlv^bp ^l .l^a^ lii^oso:^ '^og} 1.6^ x!!ip ill S^'jilp 
iZ^o'^a ^ka 07S 3^2 .pa^l ^aora ^^^^2 .5^ ^a£i:s23 
N>2o -|[3cp ;l2 iS^aL ;i29 -^^^? lh9*'^^9 -^^i^f^ 

;o3i3 00^23 .jsuloi^ ^2 o^ ^^'2 .0^ Jd2 o^ ;i2 a^alL lil 

iiifi!\f\f'\ .00] J^^ ^*3^? 'i^^ ^'^ ^? ^,?^ -^^ '^'•^ ^ 

9k^ ?<^ri>^\ 3^ .yOo>3^ yoo;!*^ Okba^o .07^ ^^2 a^j>aSi 
m9 2oo} 3>bo2 .2A33ab ^Sil&b lahaxs .^'itiisl l^ .0071^ 
.;«io^3A Xy^y ^Qm u^ isAs ^o^ia lil yMJao'p .^3A 
.lanyAt'^ ^^il2 ^^33 ^3 ^4^233 .;aJ33o.b ^2 d^ibs ;^3 

.mist^^jS ^9^3 ora^^ ;^i^ ;id jQ>^^iate23 x^ ;^2 z\ah 

I ^f ^^9 ^Ksko .^92 ^e .^070^^*3 op ^^^3 ^2 

Foi.231^. ;>«3^ .^f2 ;iiio -5^A\'9 5^ ^^2 .;is<!i^3i^ ;^3 o^ »^2 

t^9^3 o^ Jioo! jQj^^boo .^JsoruJs o;^ ?^^9 -oixSit Q «^f2 
.^isL'ii^ lisaLso ^23 ov^ ^^2o .^f2o ;zttio 'OT^i" 

^bp2 ^i^^ 993 .07S 3do2o ;3ii«o .is*is2 ;^o ^isjQxi^i 

sss 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5O4 

ilaa ^o53 .^o5 ^si 6^ Jiix ^y*ai .^a^ J^ ^^a]oi^^ 
J^ia .aoolo ^ ^or ^b ^^.^ a^e .jmx ^laore .a\« ^ 
.^SUED o^ wAx ^ai aisao .o^ ;l2 ^yato 3or>*V> ZA^n 

ooo! ^xisi sp^b .3^ isxl ia^p p,iap .^ ^a ^ -^o^o^ 
^fsa .;^i ^ias OOO! ^^I .><a»toy,ii ;aia ;ao^a 
yooja ^,a ^007 iSf2 ^^a^ ^ \^^i*^ >y\^ a^ ^'3>^^? 
2aacL ol^f .aap'io ^ooi ;bLb appol loci ^^? ^ >x^ 2sucd 
e^Z ;aM ^isuit :crvQ»a .a£i^ ^a .^00 c^ ^a ^SLa 
^A^^ aao .oT^jx^a ^^o uKOuJiCDOA ^^ moioAxo -^m^ 
^a^ay a^o .>\S?vi\ ^iap . OMajc&a Jlaaadp^ ott£i>i 000; 
..oij^ aaiso ^iia^? ^'bo^ jq>a^oa ;3i wi^2 .x^ ^ x^ 
;ikau*2e .i^M, ^^aa^ ^^il^ ^'^M*^? ^?'^ yO^ wMajc2o 
ai02 ^2a 07^9^x20 ^2 ^^j^ ^3 a^ -^,>t^ ^?^ qLiOJtd 
;i^o ^^boAa is^2o .liSo^^ '^*^^P ^o** oiaj .07^ 
lai .^2 ^isiAS\ ;^ .uq»*;aoa> ^32 07^ a^'i .^^*ajb 
;^aa .JSoo! ;a^2 ;ajQ» ^sojL :oAa -^^ ^?^ ^^?Vi^ 

.;aoa2^ ^1 6so^ y^ ^1 lisl : ^Aa .ayoji^^ip ^Lb 
^dk^e^o i^fa .abb2o oiaaxo .;awia3A2 ^a^ ^0073 opQx52o 
.^islo ly*m a{^ v^^^2o .^.a^ibo ^aucD ^de .^ac^ iiai ;^2 
o}^ b^^i^o '^b^so Sm ;^as> o^ ^o^ ■;>*V'tS ;^2 aAO 

UbkSfio .o!JS»SiGb ^fisfO JlaLA \itO .o^JOaato .pa^ ^of? 
a^bo A92 ;aLBe .JSo^^&a or,aA^o .^is^cA^ba 07^ ^aib 



Fol. 2 



503 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

SJoaio ak^ ^fi*? ^2o .a^ \diaso ^ya^ ^^9^? ^2 .^sjd 

isfti ;^ ;a.3f .;^ o^ ^bpi .ucnox^ wdoo^a ^adact^ 
aja .jQx.;icaojQ> ^ai o^ ^bo2 .^2 .^^ol 07!^ a^'2 .k^;^3 

OkOa^o 9kd^ ^^ o^ ->4 ^^ ^ ^A3>bba lom 5^0^ 
o^ 3^2 .^&2 J^,a ^4)^2 ^&2 J^l .^2 ai^ 5»2 .^o^a^ 

i^lo .^.ba^a ;»ar uO! ^aa^^ao ;^2 .^aa ;i2 iS^a ;^ .^m 
lato^ .U^ox ^boi^aa ;ruiOM ^ ^S"^^ ^ loo] isA 
990 .^o^OfMia vto^;<Dato ^si :so^ ?»4>N>Su ^2 ^^a oi.2 
.;^.^>i^ yoo^^ v^4 ^o ^9^ bfiuisa; 007 -o^io Ji^ 

3o^.%^.bf>x 990 ..V^Miia ;^ ;S ;lor ^i:^ | Aa2 ;l^ ;3X9^ 

wtlkiMQ>apa ;!0 Zia ;i2a .^^2o ^a^iap ^2 ^A^2 .;Laor ;au(a 
^si^ ;fMjka l^islp ;La ^^ ;La^ :J^a .Ikl S^i ;i2 
.^iwA^ ^2 ^^SSi ;La ^3 aw^2 .^aucd ^om ^^ ^o -^0^ 
;^2a Ml aa ^'if«>2 ^*3 o^aie .^ala o7^^ act^ ^^7>^? 
.\> ^>^ ^^ ^^o -^^ A oi^^V^ 'A>t^2 ;32 ;^2 ^ 
liiio y.^jQ> 990 .073^3 >S^y ispo] JUa^o .a7^«Stia ^Lais 
;a^i^ ^.fM aa ^9 M^o7 .;io^^^ ^i^9h ^ -^ ^9^ 
;<.auMAa .Ji^ P^7^^2 ^^a ;iDMa ^JLti o2 .^>bb2o 07^ ^oo; 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OK THE FATHERS. 502 

obb .aooj^o o^^o .cppo^ ^ ^^ lykp ^o^imO .2^^i 
;o^i^ jsi^^ii^ .oT^aoi ;^9 ^oVw^ NiOO! ^hlo .d^ec? 

^ Jill loo] iiaoi :oi3 -ft^*>\ wisil^o .N^Aisisj^ 07^^ 

oaii^p .661 ?4>»\\\ ^o^o^isb .;2UCd ^j^ ><a,>StoiS ^ai 
Saoj^o .;3m ^ .0^ 3^4^ 990 .^iixiM AoA^&e ^o^a ^^3 

^y*•?9 .a^ic^a a^'i ay\ ;i:or -l^fk^ ^^^ ^? ^9^ 
^oo7 >l^ ^a;^a .!i^07 ay.lx .^Moiisisbo s^ao ^isl ^or 
aao .oraou ;rucd ^o^ .;auca ^ ^r^^^i^ '^^ -^ ^^^ 

uodia ^a^ -5^^ *^ "^^^ ^ '^^^^ ^ ^'^ -^^ 

;2^ ;l^^ ^;; -^^^p iiai a^'i is^i aJk, ^i .;ao!si. ^ 

vA xoj^ .07^ aao2o uQ>*^aA ;3i^ ^2ik ;^2 :y«aa .JS«» 
;iab^64 '^h 'i^\ S Ssill^ ;xao .;3ug» 07^ ^'2 .^aal^JS^ 
;«^i :^a .9^ ill paL^ A isii ;^a piap .1 \i\,7 
yOo^ 5^-3^^^ lalha l^ .aC^ a^;;o ^o5 la'i^ ^^ 



5 O I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

»i^j? 99 ^^JO^ '^^ ^^^^ 9*?^ "^ ^ usapoia^.^ 
.o/iwdL ^ ^2 6^ ;Ioo7 ^^M' '^^ii ^^,>^ ^^ 
40^^ ?lii.\,Vt1ic>iB» uor? •oa>^2o ^ofiLo^i!^ ^070*0^0 
.0^0730^3 ^^Sst o^^ ^^Z^3 07^ ^007 uB><*Vboo 07^0^ ^fsjLo 
07^ ^3^2 .^907 ^4^^ xH ^3 ^oS .op ^>?^2 ^,!3 ^07 
^^^ uS 3k^2o .liseSji ui*a9bis23 .uQMiObi jla o !^ 3u\ 
^2 ;is^ ;o70 .^S ^ w«aapo7QS^ ^g7o\Vp ^o^^i^ ^2 

;^isAi3 ^is&i ;L,3l ;!!^ .;i!^oiLQ>^i3 ;s3 d^S 3>^;o ..^oL ^ 

.^9^Aa 007 >t^MbO ^3 ^^^ ^ -^07 ^|uca w3^ 3^jL 

:a&3 .;^03mi3 073^2^ ^fi^o !^^^ .o^xomS ^Xk3is2o 
.;is9k^ ^^ ^^^ ^1^,? ''^^^P ^eo7 ^2 JSif ooo! ^3^2 
: ^3 4iN?^9 oy^A^is l$mO t^^ M07aLii ^32 ;^o 
.;3;i3^ ?>^A!a3? ^^07 ^Om tSi' ^9^ ^^^^ vf*^^ "^^ 
.^o^ ^2 o)!S 3^'2 ..^'ijQ> ^07 ^«K^ «^o .^3 ;i^3 

;S ^3»b9 is&2 .073 bdjQ>^3 097 ;.^3 ^hi MsisX^O ;t0S3 

;j92 ^^4' ^9^ ^^^ :3a3 -^»S>\^i'io ;9u2 ^007.^ <Sisds 

■?»\V^ ^007 ^070^2 993 .oQ}^3i£b3 ^23 07,3k^ba^is \Q3^ 
^oop >oaiQ>*3 o^f2o .,^07d3dUi ^'3m2 ^it I'^ois loo] ^3 

}oo7 ^^I 4,?o7^ o(^ ^007 993is9p3 uiS^2 ^o .o^io 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 5OO 

\\,y .sA a^j^o .U>2 isi'l paLo U^ os^ .o^ ^^^ 
^i ;eo) 9^1 ^ :^3 ,??.»\^fl> [lo^i^M ill a>A3doo9 

^oo! AmSo .^aili^ JNoo) jla«is>a ^is!lio>^ .uB>ftil*\,N»tl>oft> 

woiou^^a 5^2 ^k^j^o .^bqa ^ ^a ^oo; 6^£s*2 .J^ado ^ 
;^aQft.5ia ;i:a X^o;^ o^^^^Udo .uo^ijc&aj ;j3i!^ 07^ 
.ojAaiua ^rud^ wOOfO^^aa ojibs JSoo) ^^^e .^agnoaJ^ia 
d^^2 ?i1.sAftiofl!> ftuA^a .abo2 ^ ouosAlo a^SstS i^^lo 
^a 001 .5^ ^aa^dso 5^^^a ^007 i^o | ^ooia ^Foi.229a. 
iS^itia lal ;i^a d^aol ^,a aa .>2Saiua Iqm la^ H ;=ucd 
^o^Sia ill ;m*op9 -^?M^o ;a^ vf^*'^ !^.?^ -^^^ 
aA, eo] ^a2 -1%^^? ^i>l l^Cyi aA, o^ -c^S ;i2 ;Iv>a 
^ aoS ^ij^l aao .^^i^a js^^;; ^l^auk i^l .^tiVii ^isL^a^ 
^ adA i!SAdNiP»j| -Jio^ia ;^oaaaSbfliria 5^2 .^autDa oii^Sa 
dUDiiji krfia ooi .MOfo^kVa \^ ^2^o o;^^o .oiisiXb 
.^)u*6sa wisii ;Ik3 '32a eo^2a .a^2o 6^ aJ»o .^jkoS^a^uO 
.o^Oea^s ^^^^.a ^4^i^ ^ o;a^pa ^ ^a ^o? .^aoM ^of 
^ai .MiN*2 2«^a «IaaLS< ^aS ^A«»3t ^iS .^rucd o^ a^bpi 
^:s;:sa M&^'aaoi aJ^ ^2 .^f**^ >i^o ^^;^2a ai*!^^ ^;; 

^ ^^» )^? -^i^i ;^£SA2a MJs&i ;L,aI ;^ ei .;i^;b 

^LA ^aop^iSo .^hoooiaS ^9^^? o2 -^fOa^ ^t^^? 
^LuA ;^ao2 ?*nA ^g;.>.v>>nV<fSe .uQ»<JjCDaiA N.)u«a 

;^ .^a^jk ;o^2 ^a ^aaoj^ ^a ^07 .^isAi Itka ^6seS ^6sVkp 



Fol. 228^. 



499 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS . 

^'ysa ^'yti ;dadjsb iskl .^OsSa J!s!^Jso l^aio .S^ 

' ■ » » l« ' > I t* mm > " • > t II \l' liV 

07^^ A.bp.x a^ao .^oo) ^^& ^aor \y v» .^^o^^b 

o^j^o .^'Ia ^^^ ^,? -^^ ^^ <^^ ^9^ 3^'^ :y.«b03 

^ ^da2 oi^ .ooiSiss ^9 ^oro .^2 ovisac }^o^'i 
-^A>\,7 9a I ^oao .oi2 obaAO zl^o) 3? ^,? ^^2 .;»e6 

^2 ^ ^939 .^oboi ;i3i9 Q\y^is lorn ^is^ :^^3 
.;isa(bAx^a ;i2 :g2ti9 ;iA ;l2 .u^ 9^020 4^ ^^^^^ ^^^Vt 

y>«9>xafl ;i^e .^2 9aIo ;l2 ^ib ;9oa i^S^ii? ;i2 kbo ^oaor 
" 1' t' ' ' ' lit 

^ ;.ha4^^4 ^^^^.P .^ut^iiit) 99 ^AiouA lorn umoit^fl 
;o7S^o .is*oo) :sib %Q)!ii ^9^9 is^ioo) ^bl A .;9obo^ 

9^ ;no^ .^isAtb 9ba^9 ^^2 ^ ;^i :^ .is*oo) \S>*r3ihft 

o^ 9^'2 .ovi Jioo) ^^;^^9 ;^Om a^ 9^20 .^^o^ai ^ 

.;o^i ^^99 ^bisibo ;au^os ;L9i ^ isAfa is&i .;im 
5^ ^ .^*:3 ^cL uoro^29 ..^aui9 ?^nii '^^^^l. ^^^9 

.0L39itiS&9 ui^29 ;ii0O .;9eLl dv>^29 .io)!^i Js!L9 uO) 

m07o:^2 ;iu6 .Jidr ^9 007 ..Jsau 5^2 ^9£L ;^9Mbo f^^b^ 
Lol^i ^ ^*3J( ^^'^? -^^^i^ ^.^t^^ ^^? ^^ -^? ^9^ 

^9 073^^069 ^isQ99 9mi «S>< ;lSj^ .^0700^^ ^ 9mi \^ 

-Jl^bi^ ^^o .2oo! «^2 ^ou ^9^S ;9m ^fsio .^9^ 
^9 ^2 .^^ ^^uQ3i^ ^oo! 9aL ^oaoro .^xbx^^ ^^o 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 498 

woroi^l ytJLX ^6s'i'i^o ^yfi^^ '^'^\? o^ >^ ^,? ^ 
}li a^'i .oiu4 Ui\ \Oa}!^ ^j|o -^^^ ^^ft^tfttrt loa\ 

.JOJp$ ^f^? ^^ ^,? ^^ -V?^ ^'jK't^ ^?\? ^^9^^f^ 
^aosb -^ji ^or 5^2,33 ^<^^o .yaSt liy»*2p U^^ 

<*^'aibMO ^<^^o ^ascLab ^isx*^ ^JSobuoif \ii aois<* 

i!^ .^b ^e .'^b ^^^ ;^ou»opp ^o .lisoa^avii 

^Si eoo! ^b^i :0ob .^^tiiMtb o^&aao^ aJa t^4^ ^o^^babo 
.ibft3[.*¥> 990 .^'boa ,As3i>*i ^007 More^t^a l^o^l ^ <si2 

;^ si^ ^^^^o .o1^o^ ^'?^ ^ ^^ ^^^ ■^^^^^^ ^9^ 

;&o7 .^Om yJ^ i\\,v» M^^A ^,?^ .b^'io mOTOoscL ^ 

^b^i jdi :aiM9 ^oo) bsA 4^1^? ^.P o^ -is^^ ^^^ o^^ 

^3 ;9m k^ 990 .^ji ^*M ^^? ^^ <3'^9 -^9^ ^^ 

ojbp^M ji»>oy,\Tti 07S ^901 £s*29 iX^yo .^XmI jli «3e^ Ni2 
^3 ziaol ^,3 007 .Jlsi is*ooi ;ii QUE) ^ .07^ b^j^ 
;isba:wf ^^!^ ;b**o .;i2 ;&^ fjick bA bo^^bi .mSlsom 



Fol. 228a. 



49 7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Fo\. 2276. ,^'l\'^l aa 6s*}aoiyi^' ;oo) Atiio .o;;|>S 6soS ;^2o 

jQ>^ .^0^3 ;^i oof .07^ ^oai >iQ>*^ao pae 'Okf^l ^^^eS 
;i2 ;^ 43LO^ a^ 3^^^ ^331 ^,>*or .07^20 u070^ 

^,3*0/ -^^^^^ ^^t^ ^? "^ ^.?^ '^^ ^ ^'^ -5^^?ii? 

. ^07*3X0 Jl>kO*9M«M3 =2mm^ /^h*^? -ci^yAM ^2 ^OAJSI O^ ^A 

;l9a jdl ;^2 :«^9 .;3isi&o ^?^t ^^^ \^ "^^^9 
0^0^23 .^rua o^S^o >^^^ ^Jaqa ^ai Jso^ ^?^ma ^oo^&a 
.;aa x^ uS JS^23 .3bo)^ ^a 007 .^ia^is ^i^ ov|^ ^2p 

;ooi6so ^^;^ y^rn^ 'V^o^ ^ja\oM J^f .Jl^oji^^Jsxbo 

.;307 3^^3 uO)0^iUE& ;^3 .JI&3m2 ^mI ^THA 3331 .«^f)^ 

A s^'^i 007 07S 3^2 .^30713 oihai^ M070u.acK&3 ^Sib; aao 
3bb2 .wO70u3j:23 3bb2 A*3 ^32 .qi^ 3bb2 u.3 007 .uoro*ix^ 

o^taso .ua!0i*,3Xds A? v^ 3^2 cio^ 0070 .1^1 oor 07^ 
3^*2 :3b03 .;i«Miao^JC^ ^V^ >r3fM3 ^3uMt ^4^? -^^ilo 

.;Io07 ;4o3i»bO^JC» i^k^ ;£SOji^lsX3p3 .oA*;33 oor ^32 

: op03 .07^ Jkbos ;o7^2 i^2 .^07^^!^ Saok iJ^ sXl yl 
^^^o .?\,7rtirD2 ^ a£u4 ^^ ^^ ^^ ^32 ^3^3 o>^2 
aa .07adU3 ^'Ssos ^007^ P^'f^ 0007 ^^o -^:ap 0007 

^eO] m070^23 ^3^,3 0070 -J^ ^OO) P2m3 Bmi .bt]UM3 
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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 496 

oraoui >L\*3i OOP mOvIoo .^oo^ o^ o^!|^o ^ooijkLs 
Z^mAI^o'i ^boii \iAa^ ;;^3 .^ mS uboosb .o^ ^2o 
^^ia .;^b A>^ ^.^isx;^ ;i»o^ ft*\S^V ;sio .^i^oiiiDAOip 
^si ;oo) b^'i :;»3 .;iiaj6^ 007 ^ aisfao UiioifAio 

.0^3 5^ ^9^0 V^^ mOIOuO^ ..ado :^o^ wSf[23 ;»3 
Ui'l^ o^^2o lain o^-bai* ^9^ ^^ ?^ ^i :a»3 
^Ms .oipadiio oj^s^b ^^ 9A ^2U(o o^ 3!o2o .^teAhSoj 
^L^a ;3ikWda^ 3k^ ^M^^ ^ ^^^ ^f^^ '^9^ ^t^ >r 
o^SiS ^^9^ ^^^ -^'^ c'T^ ^9.^ ^3 ?^ .;;s22^ iM 
y^Sa .ops o^ yaol .^x^*^ ^^aJya^ ^dic ^1 ^ Ml y^ 
^j^o -^>w* is^i ;po;o .^isAti 5^ ^aoLo .^A03 ^ 

073 90^0 ^3)0 ^2 .07^3 ^ ^3^?^? -'^9? ^ "MabSJl 

oor 5^ ;l2 a^'ia ;:oSa .oor ;#^A ;aLo o^ xpi .jiis*^ 

MJSXJI isfti ;o7l3 ^6fdalo .jQ>^ isfti ^b MJKbb; .aoi* 
.^a ;»oI^ ;^b^ JjQ^^ ;i^ ^^^ ^ ?0'A3 .^ao 

;l^2 ^a 00? .ojis A o^ ;=u;d 5^070 .w*^o^ ;^;^ ^.a^oojo 

>^>^a ;^qI^o .^oI ^a^ ;3A o^ >Ad,? 5^1 ?9^ 
;30 u^ a^^a ^^a^ oJ.» .aqojlo o^ ^i^j^;[e ^^^^il 
;'aoaBfi» a^iaoo ;aLBe .aoSbaS ;^o^^ ^^^ ^? -oor 

«^9J[o ;aLdo .:a^ ^x^ 9?^.? ^^?o -^,?^ ^ 3^^ 
pida .;Ji9A JSoas^ ;ooj ;^o .oii^^M 1!^ 5^a 



495 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^i ^07 .oo^fiyl 3^29 .?ateS yoo^ >^||o .^a^^oiOx^ 
^aoaa ouCbft^Zo .007 ^jp orNJkfiQ oj^o >m0^2 ^'smI 
k^^b ^e .^isiiol ^^lu^A o^ Msis efy^o .^oo! ^^d 

.:3aua 01^ 2oi^i ^la >^Vv> .a«nubb JL ^2 .isEl au«bb Js&is 
fr^2o .^o^oufufiss ^3^3 0^2 ^>^wjk ^JS3m2 ^issaf :«^3 

;=UCD J^o -^^^H? "^^^P ^'^'^ '^l ^^? '^ ^>bo2o 

a^j^o .^ai M0io«fuij[3 .^^ ^ bbia .07^ ;3^2o o^2 ; ateS 
07^ 3M2 .5^1; V^^^ ^^^? 5^ ^"^l ^ -^a^ ^ 
^;^ A? .^ ;^2 JQ}^ Ali .^si .<^£s!^ ^2 ^^ ^di^ 

;i^o ;^js;; ;99r ^ ^>? -i^'^i ;isA39 ^o^ii? ^ 

bd^Ab oor Mcnoi^23 0073 .6^ ^020 ^suo ^^$^9 .^itoac|^ 
^3^2 :^b .?ioS.tri oiapio op^io opAS' *^^^ .^^^ea 
.^'isepa ^5 ^9x^09 eoo! ^oacb ^b^ X^l i\\y ooqf 

;00) MOr0^2 yOO^ 3m^O : ^^399^3 ^9 OOO] y00^is*2 

;&^isaufi 2oo! ^ja\^M X^yJio .;xabbjGbboo ;'ii>< ^'>3o.>a 

Fo].227a. ^is ;00! j^2e I ^90^ fSoS OJS««&9 ■0730^ ^ ^3 ^A^O^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 494 

, , '• " • I , t I II f I, t • It ' 

MOToaLSL^ ^o^ jclla ^ ^,3 ^?^? -^?^ ^tfta>i>^ oio/ 

^isauapo .mo;o>^2 ^eo? ^anSyoaf-i jd2 ^3 -^^.p ^,? ^jQjai^ 
;i^Aa 3k^ -^o^ ^3 o^ ^f2 -oi^a ^^ ^^sbLxa ^orooi^ 
iVN^y oeo; ^a^2 :m<^3 -^^9^ ^^9^^? ^^ ^\ X"^^ 
CTibatsb ^auba^is uQiA^JSbojb ov^ ^oc! Ni23 .;&o\o ^si 
;o0i M0)eiu2e .^5 ;JSo&^^a^ 07S ;ooi ^4i2o .joodaM 
.J^ o7^ea^kx» \\^ ^^ o^ Zoo; «3Lm^o .^sojsa 
^^3 000; ^th^Mio .^'aM«2 ^\J!tis'>s aib^ayx 07^ ^ooi ^2o 
oSbox pao -^o^i^ a^fisi 07S Zeo) «auMp .^no^ 07!^ 0001 
^ x^ oj^ aao .^307 \^ 0007 ^>,Q^!aa ?\,'i'h/a233 ^auto 

hd^O .Q&2 3£I3 .M07llQXajk3 0007 ^^O .Of^O^ ^^ 

jisAiab ;oo7 xtilo .^ia yOordCXb ^ ;oo) aoLo .07!^ 
aoSiO .^ is&2 ^ip^K^a ubod ^2 :3£p2o .oo^iibo >A'>3 
o^fj^ aAO .fruiAAlJ 07!|doi ;l^ ^o^iap ^uio ..007!^ »^ 

^3 007 .^3^ ^2 >3^j^0 07^ I ;007 ACLl ^aM3 OT^A^kd^ Fol.226^. 

0793^0 .kfi^o >^S^ 30kX ;»mU .23A3 oiSja «^iMiX :^ 



493 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



Fol. 226a 



^Jiil yxit >^o5 ^i^ ^'^i uM»;^\ ^Om looi :a^3 .^^ 
XoS wtia^ ^o .lorn ^^ jH ^o^ ^lo 'Oi'y^j^ ^ yaS 

SomS ;*300X .kiQ>AA>;^ M^3 ^^Is .O^^ 3i^2o .^Qhoi ^32 

.^Qboi ;3i o^ s^'i .;i2 wJ^ Ao .^2 :a4d o^J^ ;oo7 

;oo; ^1 :o7^3 .^^ib 5^ J^2 23wm ;isai ^or .^i^i^aisa 
;tixl ^oauaa mo ;v^ \fib: .yOAj; ^ttu,? V^ ?9o 

3^ ^isXJ^ 390 '^fi^isl ^?^f ^^ mO>9m 9Ae >yOO^^ 3bi^3 

uo^iioda .isA2 ^I ^ .^2 .;^i o^ 3^'2 .^oAa ;>it^ 
<*obo\x «^MM2 5^S^ ^o^ia ov^o^ JSMA&isisjL .07^ Sbo2o ;L^2 

•^^2o ^0^2 i^o^o }o^2 ^so^b ;isoa^iNSbp ^•> 

.;^e4 ^i? or,a^fb9i^is ^o* ^2 \>4 ooo! ^ahoi :o^9 
dp ^3 4I001 ^^2 .^^^^i^^ ^jsooittisx^p o^ ;oo; ^^29 

^;[e .^iliujp ;Ifo JSAti ;^o4 ^2 ^is U**^ .;3U3 ;la4 
p^ S^j^o .;il3a ^is ^ ^isiiio i^oom ^asS %!Sf .^oA 

3do2 ^*<S^ 99 ^3UCD ^9 00] .007 ^iaA 90^;; ;&£»> :u32 
r-^^i 007 Af2e I .^9^ ^o^A^io M07i.9QiQ>2 -5^*^ ^^2 ^^ .07^ 
1^92 9Ae .vaotq^ ^iaJi 007 ;^2o .^9 y|kik< -^iA 

.9bp20 079^3 \oa] \f^ ^9 cm .0^ O^ ^9^ 079'^=A&9 
;oa) AitjS^ .079020 07,9m20 -^9iQ»ii? A 9boj| A*9 ^2 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 492 

isii 9^3 ;±L2 .^a]oSst 91^3^0 ^jKo^ ^ou*i w^r^i^ \^^? 
;|^^ jtii ^,9ls;; .^070!^ isii $^ ^jo^i ^meSs* fi^^dse 

.^OU ^ 9w^e .2,93^^1 ^ ^;; A03^3 5^i l^^ I'i^O 

007 ^^^2 ^,3M>or .^3xS o^be ^isaibOi^ ajyx .^auap ^3 
aa 25o^9 ^^99^^ ^ ^boaio mO^^o x&bp Morou*! 

I'i^lo 43^^ ^,?^ ^^? ^o^ ^'•^ .o)^oi36uAho Ipf 99 
oi^o^ ^oo] JS*2 '^0073 7^^ ^9^?? ^^ ^i^o ^^,? ^^ 
loaio Af2o .;3m» p>bftS>^ hfilLaao .;aka£s^b xl ^amoa 

w»a>yM ^OM3 •M'flO ^^?9>^^ ^'T^ ^30X3 C^e .^3kMM 

2ft»oig>>ii9>bo3 ^^ .^^VtMiS ^2 j;q^^3 MJNbp2^3 I :^3^2foI.225^. 
:^3 >^^ 07^^^ ^AV?^9 ?^ ^ 2^9^au^ ^3>.fibae 

^93 ^^ 'l'^9^? ^SU&b ;303uA>«2 ^23 .3592 ^Q^ ^1 



49 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

eai ^o^3Ab o7^^^*S3 loo] Slsoi* oaf ^3 ^2 .^JSQ*3iB ^so; 

.JiOO! ^ObOb^bOO }JSOi.3dQ> ^ JS007 l^^ ^7?^ ?^ -^f^ 

Jdo^o .\Ai> ^^^^o ;«^9o^b ^i^ ;oo) Jb^ ^?^ ^ 

.^Obo^e \bpS4 J^Jia^^ ^l 'l^ ?^S>V< >op y^^ ;^^ 

o^baxa ^^o2o ^3A>m 3duiQ>3 aofi^ 3^'2 :oa3 .^at^o^ 07^ 
^^Q^MM^ MO7ai03jb Jio^o .^^LmS ^ii^o ?aaoba3 .^oaus 
^3ti ,;^2 ^ yJ^ ouidi ^l2 r^as .)!^ ^ loo] ooio 
o^AiQM .^o$^3 07^o^ 007 ^2 ^i.2 Sk^O ,\(n>»ifl\,i2 ^o\ 
07^ 3^j^o .^s^^o ^4?V^ aauteho As 0^^0x20 ^adl^ 

^e .^sulxo '^^ o^Abpkti ^3 ;is3^ is&2 ;bp3 .;3A 

Foi.225a. ^007^3 J07S ^2 tSf I ^aud a{s '^1 .oaS*l ^ .3bp2 3a 
t^bo .;3iA ^ Ju2 ;oo] 3bp2 :\a3 .;a,3biA3^ <^i^ ;^ 
J13m ;i^2 07^ 3t^A33 ^mOiXso A'3 .^latoy 007 s^s^ 

po^ibo ;!^3 .07^ ^i.M%.tv>3 soAs ^307 yi )!^i .^jsosislbo 

A2 '}!aoJS MOioiiL^ aa^Sii ^^3 ^ ^2 .^SAJsii is,L ^3 
.07^0^ ^^,? ^^^ ^^ ^,?^ iSyy .^00? ^*^ 073^ '^^o^ 
.;3iu2 5^2 ^JSeV^ ^ 9^^^ V^ .^3iib» ;32 3^92 z^':^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 49O 

.^03 ^9>f^ ^ U^mo -y^sisS 9^6s .^i^oA^auoM 

.^mm ^t^^ <^^ ^f^ A'tty 7^^ :^3 -^i 007A ov^mai 

.^'2 39 JSf^SfiSf or^o^ ^90) \a]^ of^ Ixoi -l^i^o o^ 

^,^3 t^^? '^Ak "^f^ '\f^\^ ?'^^>^ ^9\ ^?V? ^Aw 
;2uca JSo^ ^M oJKl :J3A3 .^A^y ^f>>a{*Vi .^o^ ^oa^ 

x^bsi :oi^ ^^^ •^,??^ ^ r^ ^? ^^ ^»\\y>V)9 .^IL 

;i2 ^'^a tA £S«2 Jf^ ^t*^?? -^^ ^oabouor .^sutd 
2aor tiia >U2 3^2 aa v^t^ii ;i2 ;iao .^2 aofiLd2a 
UoaAi Asi ^odaiQ>& ^;; Ui>A .^2 aauobs ;^ ;isaQ^9 

;oon^a .^,abp ^eo^ ^3^*2 ^ l^oj Si^ \ .afiuo2 iixa ^0^2241. 
a^ ^2 :^a .^^2a ^^2 xuolo .^ihaio^ i[aar wiS 
Moro4f2a 007 490) ^39? ^^^1 V^ ^^ ^9^ 'Htyyifl 
.)Iao A\9^ l9^ JAUMo -^3^3 ;:Koua3;3o o^oraoa lom 
yx^ty aA^ ^ .0^ uboa^ .oor ^^2^ optfOM o^ aaoi'e 
.^oub oof ^2 ^a ^LOA .^lao ;&or ^a^ aauo^a isi2 
;^^ 0^ ;oo) 2c^^a ^o .Z=ucDa ori^Ix op loo] 2y3^o 
^ .;isx^ ;!^e jno'y^is A -cr^ a^'2 09010^ mo 40m 



48 9 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

?ii'TioV 007 o^adi ^ w.S^ ;l^o ,lft^ ^3 .^sSLa 07S SoL 

o^ ^9^^? -19^ ^^ aoAa ^aor %Sl .ofS Ip^isi,^ 

.^^^tt yoo^j^o >07V\^ ^ ^^ ^ '^'^ ^r ^^^^ -^^ 

:yM*3 .MOT'^b 007 t^ .^^£S2 o2 fV^s ^ ^f?^ ^,? ocri 

5^2 3^isae6s ^,3^2 .;a6u/G9i» )^ ^3mi >Js^ ^qi ^i^ ^in 
;l!S'o .;is«AaL^ '^^^ ^,? ^M* ^iaot .;aauobo 3^ 
Sdc^iSM \i^ .;o^^3 ^^klbaa k^ol JSoboaa yy^isao ^i^ 

I'll! t \ ^ ' I* 7 II II 11*1 I ' f 

007^ )!SMAor ly*^ ,oSAx6 o^'isa2 o7^^ 3^0 .^'duiou 

,1 ^11 • I t , , II ^ I ,1 II 

«ui .2io1'jbm kauiGMa ^isls^o .^li^odiaa oi'Sbtioui ^b^a 

V ' ^l " » !• • II ^ > I f » I »• • 

jd2 ^^ yj .k^ol ^ait 3^ ^07 i^bAi .^LkLfisisap 
.yjQM^ii ^^ -^9^ ^070^2 ^32 A^23 aapi .ouLisxbOi^ 

Foi. 224a. .^dLttiw ;lS^2 ;au,3jb ^ ;oo7 isAa | .^2 .;3^2 ^jao 

^ c7ida4o .oTbOLS** ^9^ ^2 ^orooTaia lafii .%cfi2 ^^33 
^^oai!ibaei Mor|oo;at'2 ^ yi07o^2 ;m70 .M0Toal^e2 ^o^ 

^07 3*^, V^^''*^ "t^ ^^ ^?^ >^^ ^ ^^O >?*^3 

s^3 .^07^23 ^^ ;jy.3 ^ oxkbo^o .btJa^da!^ ^^^ 
^*23 ,>fi>«V^>,h<DJ|3 .?t,>a{h ;3eauiQ>*2 p2 ijiw eeoi ^>^2 
..^SA^ak ao^f .^a^jao zoTjI^aa 07*393 a^i ^2 opaL lom 
liaoa^ JL^i eor ;^^ aae .or^oS ^ oM?^? loo] lijao 

QQQ ' ' 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 488 

S# ^ t * t t t* * J' * III* • t f 

.x^ H>3 ^i .&a3 ^3M 07x^03 ^oo! jais^JSbo ^oJKb9 ^ 
i!^ oaj 99 .;A^e\ ^ofoa^M ^aucdo ^is^io ^oa^ aiV^ 

Ubsi^I .^ol ui3 diss .^3b^OAx3 Op &V.bo ^3USm 
.^iOJO ^SLA >*m3 2^03^9 ^O^SiioS J^'jiS^O .U'^^ 

9A^e .li^oa^ ^l "^^p ^07 ^i ikl .&0I .S.\h ^^3 

^eo} mO}0^ 3^ ^oj .Sflo Smxo .^oroaula ^Li^o^ 

lom poL ,aa^>io ^i ^ 3g^ ;ooj ^Sisaup eo^j^a -?|u(d 

;a^ ;i!^e .^^b eoi ^9*3^0 ^^a ^ooi woioi^l 07^ ^xo; 

I >i^^9 "^filo .mOIOoxomS ^ooi ^isac^e .^oioaaAai ^001 

o^ xoj;^ i^l Sjlo .^d^i :&>< a^^>bQ>S adi^isxj^o ^axoM 
;^2 .0^ Sibojto ;aLA ^o^ ^f2 ^079 .^3mi2 yait a^o 
5^baA3 . jl .^SLO 07^ 3^2 .;j32 ^2 mmaIsIsm ^'a^i 

^Ai& ^or jiio^ .;i3yi*2 :a^ H^i .kli ^isk^ ^ 
' • •' 1' ' » » «• 

^9 ^!oa u^ bbojl -^o^ bauA^kb oS -^>MM ^907ds3 

.>M\tYfcS isfti ;3^ ;^ ^^ ^^ ^\^ 'l^ >r ^^^ "f^ 

woroiLitf ^JKxA .?tS^(i&\ M07<&f ^07^^93 99 >M ?I\iMi : 0U3 



487 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

eo^2 .opiiso a^is^ jaSS aa^2 ^a .07S hialo ^bbo^ 

^ .k^ol ^i^ wLadobisM ^aoT ^^^a -^3uca 01!^ 36o2 

adkjoo .;'Sais^ 'J^A^a ;L323 .w*3^b03 2^3233 2d^03di^ 
.^9^ ^po) ^bo2 :^S .^4^^ ^,?^ ^'r^ ^^^o .^oljQ»& 

yoailuo toabab .>ita.y'i.'f1ft>fa3 ^A ^^ old :Ai.b 
\*^o ^^11^ ;Vhaiy ^ 9k^ ^^,? ^^ ^P^ ^2o .^buO 
Maisx2o .Jdf> o^^ >^?9 •wb230 ^i>\S>*\ ^eo! hfiUdbpo lorn 
JSA&b ;^2 oo;S o733:ou« 07^ 3b^2o -^^^ ^i ^ ^^ o^idob 

Fol. 223a. ^3 ti9[ -5tA^ ^^^ ^? ^^ ^^ ^^fl I '^9^ uiCroSi^ 

3^2o Ao^ ^^ml ^x»o7 .^oba o^a^ wmsJ^o ^aiebi o;^J^b^ 
b^^ ;l^o .o^ob^ ^oroubkA^ yMi>Siap ;i^ .opuioA o^ 
>S\,V> ^o^ ;32 b^'2 :^«b .5^*^ wtibba ;^3 07S ''nioIX^ 
baw^:s2o .071^ aia*bisis2o ^o^A uQsu^is ^JOooaoiBa ^o* 
^2 ;^a .;3a 9m ?,n<a^ b^2o i^f2o -'^bsp A? ^0070 

.;3i9iio^o ;33ij ?4 A^2 o^ isAo .;^^b uxlA o^ 

5^ ^^^? <^axa ^9^? '^^iS UQ3^2 «^f .;3Li(d o^ bbo2 
^^ A -^3>>b mOToX^^ ;oo7 )92d9 uiS^JI \a ^^^?o 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 486 

lorn isslp ^ai ^tsai^b .?y>rtm;aa ^obo}3>^ ikl ^ dooi 
^o .^«V>!i9 ^t^ai ^9^ ^ ^9^ ^?^^ 'l^^^^i oi^ 
M07O3b*2 paSi lorn ^isiip ^ofo >^'3m2 aJoai^aJK i*^^ 3>f 

;oo) iAV^Sk ^070 .]L^9o3 9^^ ;oo7 piiEd 2oo7 ^^'p ^^ao 
3ip .uQ^^uaai ^o^ X>< 0007 ^aaol :oa .o^ jis^^o 

.^Alko ^3^9 ^xS'^ ;is9kS< ^ isoo] yo^^ ^A^? ^is^*^ 
cn^ 0007 ^iw^ ^'v«2 ;S'j^ .;po7 ^^3^ ^ ^9.?^ ^? 997 

;is&39 ;,xm ^ aa^ .;oo7 «S,a^a ^a^a ;l!>9 ;oo) b^V^^yto 

X^<0^'l w0)90*^io .^41^ I ^SS^ ^,?^ \l^^ ^^yJQ> 3y\ ^OOJ 

J^s ^'i^3 ^iii^ isii ^^V4^ ^ ^ >^\^ ^ ^il? 
-VioMi ^J^o ?^fi>;i k^^b .a»2o ^iuEd ^iAiO .^aA 

.!^ ;oo7 Uisiao :wm3 .;£sou.3jq>3 ;&o7 ;^S eaaucabaS A 
i!ibai< -^tZi^ ^i oy-KSya lorn ^^»bbJfp oo^2a .9^ ^3Xb 
o^a 00^23 .o?.S\»a oar ^2^ ay^a ao^a J^ ;ooi 
^2^ ^a^oA ^auta ^oo) aa^ .007 V*l ^ooi a^ ^7^94' 
mO) ^ft^isoT;? ^SA a^*2 :^a .cp MO!eJK^2a ;a*2 '^oaa -007 
9mi ?no^ ^2 t2^j|a: .o^ia 007 ^ ;Laa *^^? -^a^a^ 
.07a ^2 ^0)0*3^2 aaa .^a^oA a^^ mS ahb2 .0^ >^2o 
«3a .^i^fise ai^^^a y^aji^a oo^2a .007 .^^x^ a^ a^bbl 
^siS ^23: ;L^i z^a .^auOo^ yoafia ^ ^aydo5 ^ior o^ 



Fol. 222/5. 



485 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.yOa{^ 3^1 :>a^»^ ^^ l^m ^o -07^ ^3^2 .?^ oop 

.o7,3yiba^xS ;aucd 3d92 -^^ <[3or ^29 >^2o .^Is^b 
.0&2 ^o^3A .Aatoa >\Att ^or ^i^ ^S^a^ ^07^ ?^ 
;^ ^oro .^is&i ^*^ ;^ ;,?or9 of7&2? '^07^ a^jio .Sjy^ 

ooo) ^>b92 :.33 .^I^&ao \*9^ ^iKoS^' :^iN&2 ^<io«a> ay 

^ ^isxo .^oo) ;>baL ;907i ^ >^^,? ^3^) ;^;^ ^V? 

Foi.222<;.^^ ^o .^At^i I ^3iiQ>^ ^3^b o^ ^001 btaUMiS ys^ .l^poia 
.a^2o 07S ^4\^^^ ^M*^ ^? ^.?^ -^ ^?^ ^-^ ^f^^^ 

^0^ ;l2 3^0 ;l2 ;^2 .o^ ^ 1^;; A ^^ ^ 

ju2 ;fMO .oraisoaL^ '^h'l -<1?^ ^ii ?^® -^^ ^^?^ 
.isiki ^3 .0^ ^2o o^^o .or'^^Suca^ ;it0o .073^^ lisi^ 

.^SiuKd^ ;jb023 JS33^X29 .;l3^9 ^l ^^^ O^^ ^.bOJ^O ^^O 

.^ ;L3^2 .;9or ^m ;oo) sSiaax aae .;3\2 5^ i^^2o 
.;oo! 3^9 ;oo7 Mcnof*29 ^a^ii ^ ^Ai.^ ^aba^ 9kSei2 i^f 2o 
iS^iii^ ^>^ o^^ .;3032ds ^ai \^ ooo) ^3^2 spa 
^007 klaucd Xilo .0^ eooi ^^ayiai^ %oo^ ^?^o .otX a Q ^ 
.^^ 07!^ OOO! j^23 ;9>a ^2 otdi^i ^,p sa .o^isAtia ^';i:» 
A 390 .^ oJAoax ;ao7 .^o^ abo2 .o)^^S< ^2 o ^ . dy 
.oSkMa 09m 9AO ..oo;*aJs^ ^boaio Moroau2 ^92 .000] msI 
^isSibca )S9^ 0^0^ tS^ .^oiSuMd^ ;l^ .;3la yoo^ hisol 
M^bi :07a .;'aM w*^ otiooxb .^^ oauQ>o ..oJio ^ai^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 484 

.^bpu$^ ;3i o^ a^'l .;iA9r ^s^&^ ^i^A ^'-^ '^^ 
;il ^ J^ is&i ;^29 ^js^p^e .ai4>\ 5^ ;^i? ^ts^ii 

oaj l^bol l^!^o .^ao^s ^Li>Sopob oo^i? .o^ ^^l^ 
,js^laom ^1 yoa^ Mil .0^ ^^? I ^^^ =t^ 3aaM3Foi.22i^. 
o^ a^;;e .^ ^^? ^cryflu,tlaae% ;^;;o .;^i 07!!^ 3m2 .;S 

yoo^ eoo; ^,9^*0 :^o^ ^oo! ^,?^,? ^^ ?* ^3 ^9o2 
;Ad o^om "pSt lorn aIs^^^ vf^'^ T^r^^ -4S>p 
.^o^ ;oo) 3ai>^9 oof k^\* •^^aba*2 ;oo! ^s 99 '^^ 
J^ oubooLS .^o^S M92o lisoalts 90^ .;^9o2 ^ ;!^,b 
^ k^l ^9^1 -^,9w«a2 ^o^la o^ ^3^2 .;^3o2 ^4V? 

.3bbp2 99 sdpbis;; .%s.bA3; ^9 001 '^i!^ A2 -youii -^ 
.;o^2^ ^Jxko .ycSi^ A? ^2 ^Miiub^bo ;isob9^ ^y^j? 

.M^SJS ;Sil^ ^oo) o;«X.2 Q^3 Jor ^3o29 ^9 ^>i^oa 

^ SSfio^ .07S ^9io2o .uQ3^Q>^2 ^2 ^o^ ;jj.;2 o^ :;9 

» oai >\iiftti9 ^kSa 5^ t^2 .yOio) o^ ^9^2 r^oA^ bd^A 

07!^ ;a^i .^ \^ 5^ ;^ jui ^^ .^oA5^o23 9^2 

^o^ 9ibp2 .;9of ^^9 ^iio^cvty )S .a{s ^Sioi .^9m*2 t^2 



Fol. 221(7 



483 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 
oof .0^ ^>ddJS29 ^O^ uOp ?.1.S^OB ^0UQ>1 ^^3 ^O 

;^b .y*oi^aa 5^3 ^^ 007 oS .^ ^S^^^a ^ is&i 

V ,• V ,« " • lit » t , ,m II \m 

^ ^a^iJSJI ag^ ^2 :f^ .;L^JI^^ ^OajoJos ^of uOie^2 
.Q^ ysolo 'Ij^I^ dQ»^^Q«9 ^32 JSo!^ ;|kj^o .ofiaou ^^2 
^3 001 .wJE^ ^^j^ ^^ ^'^o .^a^Ui ^2 ^ ^^a^i^ii? 

^tp2 .mS^ ^>?^ ^^ ^V^ A -a^'lo lorn ;aMii^o -^o^i^ 
;lS >S^a>bf3 .Jlo^^ia .o;£SQ^j3 aM2 .^e^ a^ao :A^ ^|ud 
.^^a '^^ ^?^ ^^ ^ -^? ^^^^? 5^f^ ^^uiaUA 
MO70i^a 1^ iS^ ^'a^iao .J^ai iS^ oaf 1^2 ^Slau. h>3 3^ 
bbooix Jl^i 007 pit ^2 .2a i!l*9^ ;i^a .07^ 3^2o ^3iCda 
;si2 \^ ooo) ^3^2 :wM^ .oor ^i^ c^2 ;&aaro .;3i U.S 
.^ijj: ^'S«»^isaisa .^oboi ^2a or.a^^ba^^ -^^^^ ^ao^f ^ou 

.^xa^M&oo 07S ;oo! ^^ ^oro .aja lorn ^a^^ ;|uca 
.^ai^ uiAM 07^ S^2 ^ao^bo Ao 'l^Ssji A^>"i yia7e^2 39 
;^ OOO) ^isle .fK^haS ^ajca ^oo! ^u^^ aae .m>3 y.*** 
Ma>3 MAM .q!^ a^lio oiay.23 ^M <tik^ .uoio^auO 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 48 2 

oviiaMa a^bisj^e .007 1^1^ a]6sck^\ SijiJei .^isoii) ^ 

?s^>iii yA^o ;oo) ;iS 99 soud ^0$^ :\^ .ar>!Axo 

9A .oraA^i \y,y 07a\i IhixS | o^ }oo) ao^ .m,2 isoS 

^i^ 3A .;j^3um2 ^3 ^isisf 'OiauSi^ 5^07 :oar oralis ^a 
.^3^ ^^^ ?er ^j^ -oofa 07^? 07^0^ -^,?e^,? ^f 

.;aJA- 5^i ;a^a jML^ :zAso .o>ijs4- a^ ;^ ;iu4A^ 

.Jlfi^oaisJiboa ^3^303^ .o),aJ!^ 5^2 ^001 yA^ a^o >$ei^ 
W ^a^Lr't^ op> 9^2 ?M>y^ -^?>V.'^? ?>*iftft\yi ^007 %yLo 
V^^'^ loaj <^aA^^o .^ao^p ^?V^^ ^^? -^^? ^^ 

}ooi ?j>\,g'y ^ ^a aa -oiaii^i ^M^a 07S ;oo7 jb*^o 
wS .m07oX^ ^ii bC3LjX9 aitaa }oo] aiM2 ^j^ -^?^ oa^ 
k^ia^ ^^^isl ^391^ ^a 001 .^aA^^ A "^ ^^^ tt? 
MOioAisAa o^ wb^i ^aib 001 .lisy^ ^>^o .o^S ^ooi 
■ ^i.bpailS ^is2 ;S ;aor .^^ .iM '^2 :a^ -^is>ip 
;a4LSa ;jSQ&aiuttb0 ^ isAe .. isMoxao ^1*^3^ A? \\,y 
^oa ^e .;aisla9 ^143 A^V Z^ao ^2 .0^ ^3sao,a 
-?*S^4 dp isAa '^oa ^^aJUka ^Lsj^mo .^uiyaa >^^oaJ^ 



Fol. 220^. 



48 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

99 .c^a mO^ (sic) ^MMd^b ^<!^i 0007 ^^iQlyo .oris^Stt^ ?\S>*i 

iS^ttS ^^ JO^S 9t^3 .uoxka^ibb lit! i\\,y 0001 ^9^2 
;!S^ ^^ 99 070^ ^^^ ^'r^il W. ?9® .oT^iXfiiS 
^';:» ^ oa\ k^I \iixo ^i*e .cnis*!iLd9 ^^ .007^ 

^1 ;fM 990 .AtoS^ ^om ;soJ9 Ao /oab^;9 ou*f^p 
iks^Jba op ';oo7 :^29 'J^^^ *^^ -^^^iii ;i^9 jOui9>.fibo 
isoo] l*^a ^9o;9 .9M2e -A^ol^ ^ opoAO o^A^io JIXm^9 

dp 4<^o .^oo] ;»lb A ;9or i^^^o .;^i ^^? ;i\ba^ 

9AO .>d>JO o)^^ biV^ ^3u«Me .^«Mab9 ^\stx\^ ^a^ 

^ ;&9Mi :\^ .073^ ?■*^^tt\ oor bt]i^ ^'i!'^ ^t^? 

.S2i^ 09079^2 .?<V^n>S>S ;ooi 9dp2 ^!^^ 99 lisojal 

mOIoS^ ebOd 99 ^f3 9m ;3A :^ .;^i yO^;&9 p9ub 

m9aL ;sl2 uO!oS^ |ob&5 99 9w^ ;^2 :;^ -v?9^ .^^ 

\J77V '■ H' ' ' ' > II ' t <\ f •> 1^ » ' 

;&9mi2 1^1 Za^ .0*0isis2 09^9^2 99 yOlkOlO .^0)AVJ9 

^070*0^9 jdl^ A23; .;^9o;i2^ 6^ loo] S*'il Ao .Jd^ 99 
.>^s£a 9aL ;oo7 Mcy70^2 ^aS oof .^90^ op M07eue9isAO 

;o^ 9^0 .;9o^ biQ9o!SyA Asbp .;990m i^isp 07*^^ 990 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 480 

^io;; .is&i tSbaL :g,3^ ;i!^b is£i ^bl ;i^o .isii >^>^? 

.w&'^^o ^^><o ^ ^ >^^ ^3ua Uy*? ^j? y^ '^k^^ ^? 
^o .007 aii>JsaSisp ^Aa ^,>fO .^OLbaA o7ds*^o 
^3^ 5^ ;l2 bdax ;^3 .0^ ^^Ze ^a^oa 007 ^oio^'ia 
.^i oof dp ^001 23kXb >^oa^ o^2o .^Lmm M&ao^^a 
^JSoTsi ^oio^fM aAO .^ao^a ^^N?^ M07ouis*ie mOToj^o 
^^Oteii^ ^ ^6sl U?^j? oo;o^ .opOL^t^ 007 ;>boeo^ 

li^ ^ ^4t^^ -^?^f**f ^>^?4'^ ^^?^ -^9^ 9^^? 
^^y a .jQ»iaib» ^i ^a bbolo .^^I^AaA ooof ofi^^,^ 
;yaL ;&a^ ^2 .^ ^o .;xa ;k3L ;a^> ^1 Ikcui 

.^hsSjia ^ Kft2a ^i^ .^ oiAsa vi*^2a .01!^ eaa)2o a^^ 
oXilso .^ o3jQ> yois«9^a ^ajap 1^ .^007^ aM2 ^a oor 
9m^ ^oobbb ^a o^ -o^fj^o oinXos ofiMa ^sa^hAa 
99 .^o7a^Jai ^orao 07\h3! ^3X0 0^070 .^k ^oo! i^do 
.^JsAfib yoisf^aia ;a,ay ^07 oajp .^^ ^o]iS koio ika 
pyt^'^ ooi^oilo .^autaa 07^00^ oapods op* 99 ^a ^07 
ly^ ^ly^yst -l^'^^ ^^jl^ ouoisisj^o -o7ls*^ ^ o\>>ata 
m070j^2 ^07 .lA**** ja^fijoii ^2 :f^ .Ji07 ^o)i^ia 007 



479 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.07^ ;i2 ^f3o «^.rf>a^ %^ ^i 007 3»2 .;S 07^ 3dp'2 .^3^2 

Fol. 219^. .3^20 O^jQX^io .^901 I ^^ ^ ^3iCd ^3 007 -^^^ OpUQ»3 

.;^23 ;i2 y^M;^ ;^ .07!^ is&i Xdix j!i ^3 .;aii ^ btjoax 
^ySi oi^oS ;^i 007 uobo .oT^^o ;3jca ja<.^^is2o 
:3^ .;^2 007 ^M ;rucd 0073 07iSo&3aujM y^o .07^0^ 
.^>M««S yOA2 yOiQ}U3 ^i ;333bb^ ^oJaHL^ ^93 o^2 

07^ ^3bo2 .^3*^ ;iaft3>,o2 07S k;^!^ ^is M^l loo] 3^Lo 

^4" ^,? ^^ 'vP^ii ^>^^o o7ifV^o3 hd ^i B» 0070 .isfti ^3^ ^is 

;is '^auo 'X^a ^LkpuM* ^ o2 .07S O3bo2o <^o^ ^3 ^sum* 
^3 ooi .07a4 ^ ^aiolZisoo .^u^i^^.^ ^f2 ^3 007 .^oS 
OiS^xo c^ ;3Mbo opf 3A ^070 .;&3m2 007 ^^2 u.lid2 
uO70L3iso2o .^3mm Uo7 ^*r3^3a3 0007 ^3^20 .otJ^ 
.yoiui ^aoL ^3kiis* ^AiA .^3»2o M07oi^Ji3!o .yOa]>>St^oa 

.^3^ ;i007 ^ .^C^ 3392 .;333bpS ^^^2 ^^^3 

^3do2 za0Jci ,\S^S>\ ^t>M!\iy ^ ;aoo7 ^ .07^ ^3b92 
^ ^fii ;oo7 bO^UDs .;*3^ ja*34a:a ^2 JS^a* eoo! 
Sb0;; .;,3wM '^9,3^ ^3Mb aao -3iSJk3 ^saV^ ?\; >, nm 2 

JlAbOQA aja y^^ ^f2 990 .«SAi) u^3±i 3£b»t .07,3yib9l^^^ 

07!!^ ;'io9 .\^3o ;itd*b ^*^3 4307^3 u'y^ ^^? ?4 

u].^^2o .is^i ^,073 ^iS .^3;s3 ^itaat^o .3^20 ^2 6ai 
>S.\i1 313 oTAsdio .;jsL[^ ;^a^ uOTa^^oo ;3booa 007 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 478 



C* ^ikOiaduOiM ^?*> 



.op oafio^o .ci^A^ais IJoSjiq .2 Movioioub eoo! ^*>4^ 
ooT .;&307aLXo is&i ;Iif3 5^^ ^iV^ijait .^is^i i(ai is&ia 
.^is^i o^ isfti .0^ oa^2 90JS0 .^2 s^o;!^ a^2 ^» 
^xSo2 ^oJSo .;i2 ;i2 .yOO^ Si^;; ^3 007 .jl9»$o ^i^i^ 
wfrw>2 }S .^ofS 3^*2 .?A>y,3ai ^is^J eo] is£i .07A 
^o^Sia ^a^ ^ S^2 .0^ oa^,2o v*OTOiQ>j5io .JbofiU^aor 

.^<adA3 ^2 ^^»iM ^aiso* ^'tJsoyti yokSl ^2 .^o^ a^'i 
jta^JS23 ^i ^^ ;i^o :;o^i ^3 0^ U^bo^ ^,a ofiL^aerra 
99 Oi^f2o 'OjS>*p iko^^ oapois o^tbos aao .^o^i ^ 
;3^ ;oo) 6sfl^ -^^^1 ^ ^'^ ^9^ ^^^ zS,^ .^y^ 
.lkJA^isi*o ;iN3^ ^^? ^ ^P^ ^f2a -^JSo^'2 ^ pJ^ 
"plao .^oTftba*^ ooo! ^ovki.2 ^jboo^'Sa^aA^j^Js ^ auislo 
o^ \3\^a;sj|o .^X Ixfo Itiaskl yi, ;^2o 4X090 o^ ;ooi 
;oo} s*'yL 9^ .073JS3 A92 A '^aucD ^a 007 .bOlio ^'i?^'^ 
jsooi ^auaita ^xm ^^a^ oor 1^1 Sj^o .oy.V.ht eoja 
.ajbSiKisx ^oaJaa ^croia^^ ;i3o .Moouisf&a ;4?9 -^^^ 
ajKjtxito .^oroAOu^a Aaor .o^fjia lia'p 6ai o^ 3>^iio . 
.;aLA 07.^ a^j^o .07,aJ3e2a ^aucd 66j ;ko^ o^Iiksel «!^fj^o 
i!^f2o .00) x^ oiS 31^02 -Jlbbab ^^ibax aao .0^ ;^ ^sda 



21H6. 



Fol. 2 1 8a, 



477 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.JAysoHo 9a C773ki^ loaj I lou^ ooi k^s aa ,o^ ain^b «ui 
^^3 ^Xiii ^ov>^f2 U^oi >^o\ >ffli.tft\,\i o;^ 9bo2 

l66l yOa)iiO^ .^OI^oS ^^3^ ^jabaO ,?!!O^L ^ wftl^bftS 

Ui\ o^ 3^*2 .0^ 9^2 Jl&in vA ^ils^^ii? ^^oisal :a& 
■^a\aoi ^2o .M^o^ }is ^ol ^^ ^^?o "^9 -^9^ 

^ ;i2 3^'2 ^ .;^i 5^9^i? ^ ^^2 ;ijiia» .o^ 3^2o ;|«;;o 

amp '>'ao2 ^^2f •^^'i ^ ^^ ■5^<w\ li^ o^is^a 

^f Ss^ai isfti ^'^3 ^ -is&i ;oo/ ^^ ;^9 .^JMi^ 

:9u^ ;ax&^ "^^j '^-^^ :V^ '<^^ "^tM^ ^ ^ ^^ -?^ 
5^2 lorn ^1 jSo .oy^QtoteSb ^2 ^^odu$^ o^ '?^? 

oof ^tti^ ^,? ?9 .M0r7O9w29 j^bg^ op ^pO) hd^AS ^ 

;S i^p ^jSmXm >S\,y ^29 .0)!^ Abp'i'o o^ ;po) uoiA^b 

.uOtA^ ^jjjQ>b ^^ip JiaiuoA ^^^ ^^ .ls&2 k^ual 
;^ =93 ;,3kMb .;isdu^ ,^a] ^isSsajap .o^ 3k^2o ^aj^ 4^ 
;aiy ;i2 ^^ ^is^aaoA ;^oiibiy90 .ill ^JOat ill Jbsia 
cf^^ ^2 loai'p wb39 ^p la^ lom 3^'2 z^^ .Iba^ox 
9^'2 .201^2 :sSm99 aoAs .2 ;^2 .^iao ^bbb ^2^ 
:s,3bo iS .^a!^ ;jMaioA>3 ;i929 ^^2^2 ^Ip .'yS^ loaf 
oo):2iia .op ^I&90 uu^is t^ bt3i^ >^wSMb l.ihSi "pyJei 

mqS5 ;3^ .9bo2 ;9^^ is»2 piia pa .9^02 ;aiA ^39^^ 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 476 



^^l :]Ab .J^ lA.yM6 la^l 3,>&aD,3 ^a^^ ^9? 

^ jdi 0073 ^,a^ 007 .;3A ^ ^ ino^ zaSJa .^'a^i 
ooo! ^xoi :«^ikO .0^ k^Xbp ;^ o^aja^ ^la^i .aJ^ 
^ a^isl o^ ;o^ ft>wi2 JS^^ ^^? 3oal^ ^si «^\» 
;ikaiOi>< ^^obaoas .^^'^fb ^ loo] ^S^aa ^*o;3e .^'aM2 
;i^;;a .^o^ ^i aabjl :>^ub .?,ti>'«.'ii ^ yboa^a «lore 

.«^ao ^M^a ;i';a9 .ofu4 ^io .^o^'ia ;^A >/1«2>fti>2 ;3i 
;is^ ^? 2^ou .0007 ^>»<n\ ;^eaa ^au^ao ^<V^ 
^aor ^ v^*^^ ^?. 'v^^^ ^>t*'iS ^^a L? »^^ft 

..j£^a ;^^^ ;^i ^^a ;|.j -.astt .^iai ^a\i a^ 
<S<aS ?.a»a>^ loo] jSm&o .^aoi^f ^oa^a ^001 ^auaSo 
:m>i ^ :o^ ^001 k^aa JtJLsoi^l lal ^o^fM aae .or'^^JS^ 
isfti ^Jbo ;i^a .5^kf2 ?«toS>v« ^a is^i .^abaL ^auL* ;aaor 

yaiio ^ ^3^ o^ JOax .^Jbuxmj^ ^t'^lS MOio^oraap 
is£i ^1 .0^ aaoj^ jQ>*&o^i ^o^ ^S^ 990 .;oo7 ;&tia 

.;ao7 96^ 990 .^ao^ JK*;aaA iS^o .5^axe\ \s< U^ 
9A0 -o)a!^ ^isxase eooi y>H>(fi»*<i ^a^o ^^^^ ^7*^ 



475 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



.;^ ^ ;u2 ou^lsxz :\jQxa -^*?^i ^4^ 07^ .Si^ 

Foi. 217^. Jloo! ^oju .^001 ^^I^ /^.?^ ^^^ -^?^ ^'>^? ?^ I ^^^ ^^ 
Wh <^ j;aA9 .^ojoaatOM o^ wi.3^2 ^aisiaie .^a'lia 01^ 

^a^ 07^^ ^^^^^^ ^? 9.?^i^? -^^ 3.bo2o 07^0!^ ;i3M2 

^oS ;^2 ;iA^o . . 0)^3? itiLi^^ ;^;a3 ^ixo .^I^^^ 

.qS abo2o o]SfiSfi>;3 ^ jui o^ ^9**^ ^9^0 -^t^?^ 
^3wMboe .uS Jba'Xi issSL^ ^x^ho 3bbb2o .^i^ yt^a^k^l 2^1^ 
.^^ «^f2o ;z)Lde .^liQ»;^2 or^^ 34*0 ^^r^^ ^'^ 

5^2 O^^^S htiQjQ}^3 ^3^^ oof ;IiQ>2 ;^;^0 .WM^^S 

yJut fj>>*^o .OT&^Q^ i^fj; ;AS ^p .oi^ oadp2o .3^23 

^Ka^ <Sf3L^3 SuisAsi ;:3iS uO^fM ^is!^2 ;al :^tj .;o^2^ 

;j£i^* ^^islbob y.or .07S Sb02 ^3 001 .0^ isil ^qu ^pui 
^oju ;&£» .;&3m2 ^3Mi^ ;^29 eo^j^o >^o^ O^ 3^2 .0^ 
.^o^ o;^ 36920 .;3U^9 J073 o;^^ .07^ 3to2o .q;!|^ is^2 
o^ i^2o .0^ is£2 ^^ ;a^ .;i3M«i2 ;^29 ^OJS 007120 
ooro .qS ;i2 <3ojlo jel'^s oora o;^^ ;l2 JOj^hp .;|uD 
;^29 ;30^ 007123 .07^ 3^2o .^a^^ ^2 Jifda^ ^'^? 

^ Ao .;&&» o'or 07^ ;l2 ^c^ .;aLA 07^ a^'l .;i3m2 

^ ;yJi lli ail ;i2 Sji An .^2 ^ jB,Mp .a»23 ;42 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 474 

^ ^ loo] ^93 li^^ zatsoja I .^c^i <sS««,a£io ^Ixi^ ajl^^ ¥01.2166. 
is&i ;3'^3 .;^ad/&^i o^ a^^'l .5^ajO :auQ»23 ^3wJ vA 

.^^Afib ^ y^;^ Uor A^is .;^3^2 ;isai^ iso^ia ;» 

^ocib Va^3^ o^ ub,af Ulio^ ^9 ^^? .0014 ^2 lom 

.0^ a^boj^e ;$o ^ xA ^ ;^i t^2s :y,«jQ»tt .0^ Atixp 
^ . lAiA ioAb 5^2 .^oaJaa ^ajs A ^oa^2 ^ii ^^ 
^o^a ;3^a .OTaxQM ^aucD ;9m a^o -^a^a ;^aSMy«iaoa 

.0^30 ufiLisxj; oT^Aa^ eor ^2 t2^fj;^o :^2 :o^ xo;[ 

02 ^M A ^OJI 3*3X3 32 -3b0fiO MCnoaXcLs loO] .30 

9a ^oauN o;^ ^00^0 .^iucD? or^o!^ AS^yo ^e .A 

w>lfttt*»ai .;^3>3S A 3^0); .^J^ i\y,y3 .0^ 3S02O .Qt.'V^ 

.Vyya .^M 3m2 .^03^33 ^3^ ^07 >^\,Y) ^loLi sA^ 

^3 pab .<^ ^3i^il -^^^^? ^^ ^%? V?^9«« ^^? 
^ -^a^? ^aiuoA soAo ^ Aji .^oa^^a l^l A 

.^3320 ^^ . jl -V^J3A> ^orOdsJ ;jk03j33 ^3JS \i< dJ^ 

ov^s .moioS^ i[iu A1A07 %^^ -^b^? ^e^ ^^<l ^ 



473 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

o^Lm^ if,?^,? ■?ioVv<? ^9^'^ ua|o^29 .;i2L uOioSiiw ]l,3i:o 

^007 .isfti ^afo ^baSitfS o76^3db yM )03^ 5^ isA 9a 

^23 2&auii3 .uQ3uUd92 ^32 iVyvi ooo] b*3^2 :auQ»ti .^op29 

.;oo7 jo^ ?,ai>!>'ii ^oo^Sas ^ ^^c?? ^99^ .?\,'>'ii<n^e 
;&o^i^2 9isA>3 .;>\qiS ;>m ^isa^ ^90) ^^23 ^3 ^^\ 

m010^2 .^'3Mk29 ;t^O .07^0^34 \V<A "Ui ^9 .^OO) ^^I 

;l!^ -^^ ^j ?^3o^e .;a;!^9 5^2 07^0^34 ^,? ^9^ 
■;LV,to.>< ^ %om >s^ ^3 ^3i^ .vaotibJ 5^2 07!^ ^90; 
.yiOicuAip ^iSkSifk^ ly^ .opQ>3aA ^,?^ ^9^ ^^^ ^.? ^7?^,? 
^^ ^o .cnS^oJOa ^3 ;90} ^32 .^laa ^ loo) b^isi 

JbOMiO ^f^^ 3^ (i*O70u^ ^3 ^Ax .07^ ^901 b^ ^^QlSUiEB 

u^ou3 ,yiyS>Ai ^ ^t^^i .?rttVi*i 901 99 3«\ loai .^ 
jQ»!^3a^;L^ .?/>N>Sf>S ^2 loaio .;j33 ;iA;bb ^iQMQ>32^ 

71.^0 .A3^ ^^O .^jloSyS y39^ ;|^|; .^'3m2 ^^ 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 47 2 

iX»«xfib» ;j3i fiKoA o^fle .^^*^3 ^^ o^ }oo) JSmI 
^2o 'yoo^ ^2 ^islo .^4^ ^^ J^ ^^^ ^^ -^^ ^il^ 

.aoi*;; ;a» ;jikof vA a^2 '^afr^o ^^ ^07^ ^^ ^2 
^af^ ^ ;riS3 ;!^2 .^'iaos ^ ^^f^ -^^ilo ^l*^ 4^9 
«3oiuo ^11 ^fo w^fjl ;[9or ^^^bpA: aao .^07 ^^abajM 

rJi'^lo .;i39^ ;4^*^ ^9^ ^^ 9^ ^?t^ saojtt .w>i0 
.3^1 9a ^baifi^ «oo^ ^ 0070 .0^ is*i XSkla ;ls ^jl 

yAx ^9 007 .1^^ ^ ^29 .;«^i ^ ;aucD vSi^x;; :«^ttyb 

;i!^o ^ora «3^2o MOiepkl'2 ^^9 mOTOm^^ 3jq>)[o .misMo^is 



47 I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.;|uca 3^2 4:32 yjxStl li:ao .0^ '^lo ^$J^ v^2s ;^2 .oiti 
^ ju2 3y\^ A3\ .^J^K^a^a ^ Jdi'^ ^ma^^^ ^957? 
.opdi ^o!^ ;^2 ^9^ 42f^A ;iia4k< 9^3o -5^3^^^ ^i(9 

^ a^jLo .;iii ^is is*9M ;i^ .o^ ^a^i'o uo}q^;lso 
^*993 '^^i^^? '^9^,? A^ ^^x ^^^? '^^^f^ ^.,?^ 

Jbif ^M k^2 ^or .A*o Aao .^a^2o .^Ax ^^3 ^*>^*^ 



<*;i^ad3j6bo \^ ^o^<;* 



Fol, 



bClkisiQ>2o .?Vy*.ti<&23 WQM/D32 ^32 ^fil ^'^^^jl =f^ 

ySJolf ^x S\j»p ^Axb :;^ho ^ ;i2 ^3ob9 .a^f^o 
,L»cu%\\**\ 07^3 ^3^ ^ ^2 ;oa} ^1 z,*Aa .;^odu^ 

Jap S^ .m0709u23 ;3):3^ ws^ib ;oo! paijb a^o .orissouoa 
uoJao .;au(d 07^2^x20 .^loaJSp ;^2 o^ js^23 ^jc^ia sll 
lis^p a^yaoip om 001 3M.^b .^1 sa <^09 uop op 
.o;u^e MOToLa ^3£ibo >^o l^i oof 007 ^ofo .y^qoAruo 
07^ «-^^? ^901 ^o .^O73ki0 007 or,3kM2o .o;(S ^j^ ^^loiuo 

.007X0 ^ih ^MO .;M19 ^007 ^L i^ ;3LAO .^ibO i\i\h 

V, 1' ♦ ' ' 1' ' * •' 3 ' 1" " ' ' 

2153.^3 007 .3£i^ ^3.^ I laf^'lp ^soi^ OfM ok Jssoio ^osui'Sap 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 47O 

^^xo .a]6so^ yOafSi^ ^^^l '^fji ^,? 9^ -v^ ^^ 

^^Sse Uf'l!^ yoatS ^If? -c^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^ ^9^ 

A3L33 ^,33 ;3k*i^ ^j^? ^'j^ -^„? ^'vV ^?3AO 

isii h^io .07^ ^a^io ^993 ;^i mOIO^^m .07^93 TiVaeJa 
M^ <^3 .^nXmS ;so7 ;3a^9 «eo]i^ xaI .. cal isil ^a 

'XX )^^Q\ oi .^x ;9ai :a^i^,p . . ^^ ;kai ;^3 bii\ w 

o2 .^aois ^ ^2 pdA&a ;I^ ;iS .;,9iJc ^ ^^ o2 A^'^ 
Iflso .0^ 9i^;o ^o5 ;iai^ «^2a: ;^2 :,:ujb .^^ oi ^^m 
.?ia>Sob03 ^32^ ^^ aa ^oiia'l .;au(d 07S aM2 .aa^2 
.oof ^^2 07^ xp2 .^hl 6siu lyajci y^o .07S ^9 ;^aLb 
More>M2 ^o3o ^3dLt} .^SLA c^ 3^*2 .;>nb m070X«2 2xao 
3£p2o ^Q^ ;32^ i^lx li^i yio jd2 :JV^ .^3230 i>s^ 

;^^9 ^93 ^ .07S 3^02 .wjko\m^ aai^;; ;!» ;3i .oi^ 

;[3a^ ?j^? ^? 0070 >^o^ ?^^ o^ ?*?^ .ai'iso^a^ 
;307 ^9o2 M^ ^*d^3 \y,y .^o^ ^iii eoi ^laoa 'Uj>^ 

^302 3*^ isA .OOO) ^*9k3 ^23 ;^0^^2| k^20 .Jbia ^ a;d^i3FoI.2i5a. 

\^9^3 .^2 ^isSisa .^02 s3o:so zytJa .Ij^o} ^ aoA ^i«v«2 
^A 1^1^ M«o& ^si :o^ .^ail^ 91^9 S'^o •V?'^ ^ 



469 SAYING S AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



;o;Si3 .^auca 3^*2 :oboub .;»or .^^^J;^ o/^aaaisj^p -J^t^jidai 
z^soJti .^aaoA ^3^ opi^o ct^ ^iL )S^ ^'yaa 3^ 

5^2 .^aoji ;3:^i ^H^ ^i^^i .qS 3^2o Sim ?a<aS ;^2 ^2ai; 

',1' ''»<t<\» '|( '^ /• 

96^2 ;]itx93 .0^ 3>^2o ^o5 ^ai!^ ^2 A2a: :yM»iJ .Jor 

1^ ;oo! ^o .;isiiS>tt3 ^ooi 3>^3 .i^oy^i Ui\ ^^ 

isiS iklo .loo] adoiiL ;^3iM2 }is«2^b o^y^xS'iso .ofx^ 

.is^i ^9^ ^ ^2 .07,3ydl3i^is O^ 3k^2 >^3 OV^2o .^SUCD 

.or,x50i^^ o^ 3bo2 .^2 ^ '^Qjik^ SSi .;»& o^ 9^*2 
ylp .M>3 33^ .^iaucD o^ 9^*2 .^2 ^o)[^ 5|S :^2o 
.oa^&a ;^32 o2 ^^ ^jildxd ;i^ -ilo^^ ^^^23 bfibiNx2 

Fol.2i4^.y,070^2 ^01^ I >^Q^ ^2 3kbp2 ^,3^07 .'J.O;^pM kSi' Mboiw 

;iiiA 033^:3 ^^JE zSJsoJti .optAi ^'30^^3 ^xisdi 
.LjQ>iy,hHft23 );oo7 SbboLs 00; .Ji33 jQx.3bdia ^o^ ;>>y%'ji3 
o}^ qS ^iss& ;^3 il^ys .^siolo a{^ ^.tjoy*^ sa 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 468 



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^i OOO) ^kl ^9 -l^^'i ^ ^i 19^ ^i lyAtJ .^%m 

0001 ^a>^i ;\\li .^i ^fr^eou^^b ?^^v^\ o^ ;oo! ;i^o 
.^cr^ 3^Jlo 'V??^ '^y* ^? '^ ^bibio \V*ir>y>b ^oio^fu* 

^o^ ;^i 0^9;; zpja .^ ;d^ ;307o .y^ ^ \*^ ;l2 

pijf^A U^ }a'lp .on^ ^bisDlo lisoalis o^ ouo^o .^mi ^aub 
.9lak\ ^'^ ^?.^? ^tii -^9^^? ^^^ ^^^ oV*at 

hiai .;^^$ ^ 9^;;9 .^;o\» )^^ x^i ^ik i^f^^ 

b^'l ;l2 ^9^ 3A0 .u^3i^ ^,?^ ^2 AnV^^ ;&Ioa ^ij^a 
;3i2 «S^ oooj ^9^2 i^sph .Ait ^OmS ;o^i ^3ij ;i2 

.^^oL ^ ^ojSi ^so/ ^ a^? 9!!^\^ -^?,?^ ^^ o^i^j^e 



46 7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



^007 3diL :o^ •^^? '^\ yJniijO .^fS^A kSl ^^ ^07 
6stsa isoo] ^^Is fy** l^k^'l lf»fO .^a jua ^o^ ^i ^^ 

^ Jaorp ^T^ii ^'Vy**?* A ■^tol^La ;3Mf ;2Ai'9r }a^ 
.appoiJOa ikJi, 07^ ^2 looi^ ^aujxA o^ ;^o ^07 >opi^ 
o^«bpab .uQ3*;xaoA ;3i JSo^ ;Md .^^ ^^a o^jL zf^ti 
^^ JasMii :«osi :^^9i) o'or o^ 3>^j^o .^S 00) ^adi^a 

030^ atS y^j4 Ao .;is^ ^9 ;^oi^o ^ hdaOM ^ 

;c;Si? ;42 ^cp9 Ai .;*2 ;*3 v^A ^ ;3-? A© ;a2 

*^J3bkbo 39 }m cSflo .^^'a uS^ yifSa, 001 .^a^a^ 

.yOO^ S'^i!© %^" ^^^ .^*t9bkbo 99 ^2 uboiLXJka 
Fo].2i3<^. .^3i^QiQ> ^Ja o;!^ ^^^ -^Ab \59^ ^H^ -^^ I ^o^^^ftVy 
.;3M9 l^oji ^ ilapZ yOQi^hM 9bo2 ^a oo} .^ iss.^ 
omo mlkuiao A? ^eikO ;jlx Jd^OM ^ 9do2 ^a^b o'oro 
ySoi <ui3 2a3o;o^ t^ w*>i2 .JUm ^oXm ^ 9l9o2 ^^b 

;a2 96^;; ^9 U!^ .yo^,M^9 ;2^^ ;^ .^ooaeo? \^9o 

j^2 ^29 ><s!lk,929 w3^ ^OkXtt uS ;30iu ^^9 .;3!!^ k^ii^ 

^oi oA^ 990 .;l2 ;^ ^Sa\a ^ao^o .^tuinS ^fiUacis 
^ai ^iio^^ 5^2 ;9a2» .O9b0j[e ^^odu^ oj^ oaikti .^a 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 466 

.mamO a^ >iB?<iic\ii isAl J^2 U^oT? -o^ 3^j|3 kSibOS 
^o* ^ai iVyiy eooi ^a^l :i3^ .^o ^oc) aqlL ^aka 

^ \m,0 .^^u'ilAJ^ ^^^? ^^A ^^ ^^^^? .^30L^f 

o^flu* atf\ ;oor '^l ^fVP? ^,?^ '^^ii >^^ ^>t^^^^^ 

.i!iuLA3 ^ai ^o^ ;oo! ibpi : ^^^ >^o^i? ^dKfMS lom ^ 

.;isau3 ^i ya«!^ u^f9 .<^ :aL Jiisajs» a^^ ^oo] Si^'l 
: a\jb .;ooi ^id i^MSf^ 6^ ^ jJ 99 ^oo] >^S^l*. \Aho 

5^^a ^>tMtS O^ taddkOd .JlOOI SMl WQlAUDsi ^i | ^3 ^OO] FoI.2i3a. 

<*;^Am u07ei^2 ^ :;ia: ;au« 

;io^^^ u^ 3^;; .o^ a^io ^i ;bA J^;;s ^i :o^ 

^boL ^i 5^3LaioM ^:^ t^f .o^ 3^2 ^» eo; .o;^ ^j[3 
M^;Ld ^OAO^S vA^b ,%\jiai Naa ^23 uiSor '^^ 
.^aao^ ;^2 J^;i^o ^Aodo^o! ooxiia .^a^io ^oiJNoa2 
^oojb ksLl LLm* >^i 2jao7 .^i\i<3 .^^^as ^oo w»o 
^2 a^JS^ U?^2a ^o .a^'2o o^sdi JQ>9^o .^Ai>3 a2^ 



Fol. 212(5, 



465 SAYING S AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^aaoM iVyy -^9^ ^1-^ ^\ ^^ z\o>ti .Sok y>4t.ap 

;90A .;i^ tSa^ >aSbaS ?,t.ianS o^ bbsf tl^aor ^07 
.^oo! JS*2 9u^ ^P'f^ '>^ •^^•2 ^9^ o^s^ <si2 ?ox^9 

;oo) Mitsjcboe .o?^<lS>tA ;oo) ^IL ^xhos .9^0 .^Ax Ai^ 

tSiLa 3*^0 .^3wi29 ^s^o^ M&;o^ loa\ 6s*2o .ot^»oS 

,1 • ' » ' I" ( • ' ( ' • It f 

Sia%iip a]SsoS \it^ 007 ?noS oi^ao^io .^oo) u^*^ ^00? 

9^9 .9^*2 9a 07S AV^^O .htb^ 9A \»AOl cC^S .^9^90 

^^ap 0007 ^kiEJap :Ati .^^09&^ ^^ i^,?^^? A'ttV 
^^om o^ ^^3^^H^ .^9ai96fici la^I 99 >(ftiiiioy,i2 ?i5ft\, 

;ii» .MsaoM vA ^»JOast Ao .^MJ^a ;i2 ;9'^ U^so -lofUl ^oS 

;is*2 ^ tSAtt ^9ij9 .^fo^x;^ U^-i -4tf^9^ ?4^i^ 

uQ>»to\,i2 ^9V? o7^oa2 9mi ^9^1^ Ip^o .%oa\ y^m^i^lp 
a\^i^ ^ yi^o 49wJQ» Aai^o ;ioo) ^^I 9a or^ohopa 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 464 

^ p^ yOO}^ V^^ ^^,?? .^is^kixao f Av^n 
^o9^ ^2 vO>*V» .;^i pu^ 3^'i pA ;aba ^cL ^aibo^ 

^ .^<Lp '^'itf ^ *i^i i^i -^3^9? ^ ^^^? '^^ 

.Za^ ^p Ih^ o2 .^^b ^3 ?\jBi ^aai .^is«2 a^ 
.A<djup ors^ ^^^.? I «^jl^ 3a .>^3 ^p oaj ^^ol 
^sodLb £Si.|pa apoj^o -l^JOi ^i^p ^^1^3 o^sao 07^^^ 
2,p;aE^ ^3u1m ^ pk^ ^93 ;fM zfsub .^p4 ^adaap ^i^pu^ 
y93i*^ yoo^pjs N^o >o;»> ^^^3 g?a3^^ ^001 ;a^p .3k«^ 
007 5^p .y^o^nvy,! 2por aJap .^isxbAX^.!^ y^ .;I>imA 

^fs .23or an^S ;ll l^ ;^p .3^*2 99 oiao^ ^^^^ 
pao -«s^3i30 p^ .;3U3 ;S3is ^SsXo :zibo ai^y^l 'y\ 

;&2 bddip ;20 ;i^ -3»2o ;3jca^ «^;;a: ;^2 z^^oja .1^^ 

.2^^9*3 ?3taM ^ ^*^3 >\iiy,'io .v.t'Vi'i U2 ^07^ ^>ns>S 
.^au^ab Je; ;i\ba3i:sp isii ^a^ ;^p \>< .^Ud o^ a^^j^o 
orS^^^ ^9^^o •^f^>3d ^a^ ^3£i;^p .L\ y^'l 
^ "^9^^? ^3^2 .yai^ .20 5^JS«2 o^ >^07 y^ .Jas^^ 
)^^ .Ixistojaaa poAa ;l^ -loiil^ isii ^a^t^b ^ ^^ 
5^^jQ)a6 >^939 a^^ 0^ .^poo^ yiics .^b^^o '^^^^0 



Fol. 2120. 



Fol.2II(J, 



463 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

yOa^isS .jQ>iuMi*de v^i^ A^? mOIoIs 43^ ^^ ^^ 
p^ oa^Io .1^^!^ 09^ ^A^? >^^^ :^a^9 ^op 0007 

OpK^ 3^20 -3>^.to9 ^^p ^i 0070 .^Otis^ 07^ 

)S .)S wkSAlo .a^iuLo %Sbbc3(9 007^ 3>^2 .isii ^a^a sa .}a^ 

^V^ ^ .;t&^^o* ;i^3 isii \uai ?a .^o^^ ^,?? -^^^ 
. ,xa\^'i ^ 3d92 aA, ^^HM^ .;j:3«*;S I ;^^9 is£i ^a^ ^07?,? 

CAa\ .5^9^ A^? ^9^ ^^^? "^^l, -^ii UQ3*&^i ^3^ 
;a<a or^o^ ^2 .;^9bo^9 o2 .^.fiL a to ^^9^3 .5^ ^3 

^07^ .^saiii ^f>a>^ tj^s -a>^jt ^9JS :9>a^ .^^ou&f u.fM 
aaibo J^ oS .3o6aQ}& >$^3l^ ^,3^2 .07^93 Va^boa ^op2 

.;i^^Q!^^^ tp^^ ^o .;:s93;/^3 ^^jso* ^^|^? ^^V? -^ 

uo*i^2 ^ai^ ;^i ^^ oiQj^i :o70Jj .;3:9is9is3 ;,x^ ^^? 

;i^o js£i hisoi ^2o .^3 p,9^ ;32 ^ «i^ -^^^^ ?9 
;3Li(d 4^9 .mo] ;isM^ t^^i^ Jop .^i^\^3 ^LSf ^3^2 

.^isai^ A2 .;^i ^07!^ >ia.i3iho Ap ;ia2 .yOOT^ 3bo2o 

jd2 5^ a^"^ \J -^^^ ^9^? ^^^ ^ ^^ ^??? ^^ 
u^^USbo 00/ 00} .;Lji ^,a^2o ..oaJsM ^3i^ ^ .^07*930 
^3umA 07S JJSf 3m\ ;3A07 .^3933 ;SA2e .^3^^3 ^sLSo^ 

.;kA^ 5^2 ;^„33 o7^QS 934)^20 .>^^«v ^? ^^ 

007 ^iU .:sib 5^,kU3 oof 5^2 .;o7^2 ;l3i0S A^ ^07 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 462 

.^w. 5^is*2 A 3 190^,0 '^xiL )^ h?^ ^i^9 '^f^^ 
sA^oxp ^oa^ jua^ I9016S ^xS'pp .isii aiui^doo i^ ^1 

.^g|<ii»'n»yfK ^ .5^3ij ?\yMi odi 0013 ^i ^i ^3 p'is 
MOied^29 ^^o^jk ^i -^^ ^is«2 ofiio y*k^p ^i^ aox^, ^1 

.;o7^;3p ;3ou*e ^Isi^i ^^o^^ ^3 o&o; .^jjiaA ;i^^ 

oi^ Jj3f ^3 .U^ M07<i6is^o2 .aja . eaopplssdso a^b 
;s^2 .;o^i jso^ ;LQ>a i^JOa b^2 isfti ;i!^^ aa za>a 

;li ^bl Ao w*is*2 iy*sa ix^ .is&i A<,bl is&2 .;*>» ^*&ti;; 

.;i^pMi 001 ^3^1 ^o^ ^baixo .^i^M oo! ^ba ;^o!S^b 
. . 007 ;isa!» ;^oSi^be .00] ;b3X ^ai^ I'i^? l^^ 
^ ^^f^^b yO^30^9 eo^H .;^bil^2o ^si^o ^^b 
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46 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

lorn 3^2 zpJti .Ijioi ;^ca.ift\tV>S ^A^ >3u*j^ ^^ 

i^^yM .^oo73 ;i3i3o^3 .;^2 71^ ;o0i ^^la iL^i ;l2 ^a^p .;3A 
becs^2 ;^ 007 .^^3;o eoo; ^A^2 ;jj^i 9A0 .;^23 >^fs;^ 

..^^iV^i ;ica3 x^ ;^2 9»^ .07^0^^ I ^07^2 ;n4»3 ^ilaAt ^ 
^3 ^90) bipi .c}':poya Ic^is .^2 007 ^3 loo] u070^2 

J07 07X.p3 .;^3 3:3 ^ ;^adfi>^2 >jQ>«3^^i^2 jsi^ <'*^9V 
^&*jQ332 ;^ ^^o^^3 .a^'2 9^ ;ju^iQ9^3 ol^ loo] M'^ 
.X^h\m liso!^^^ iSl .^iso!S ^3 5^ox diss .;JNX!AXJS3 
001 .^iX^tbo ^330 ^£S3o ^S3o .^ ^^^? ^i^s;^^ 
aisao .0^ oySas ^oj^ yOi2 t^^a^ .s t a A^J ^l ^2 ^3 
00) >S^ny3 yohfll '\^^» \^^9.9^ -^^ ?^ v?^ ''^ 

^^ bd^3^ap3 ;l3u^ 3^ ov^ JJ3f .;i»ol3 ^^23 ^asi? 

0^3 o2 .;Ax A? ;o;S2 ^o^ ^2 ;o'or ;^'q!!^^3 .;tfl\L 

■A^tap o^eS £S«Ji3l03^3 Jor o2 .;JSba^isbO ;isxbAX^3 o2 
.;«auM*3 oriSoS M*aobs3 ;3oS<9 3^9^ "^ ^-k ^^M^^ 

'^</<< '^ll/ It'll f ^ I ' " I I I I 

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3^*2 :n^^ .^jlboc^ ^oS ^3 ^t^s^iSf >^ ^,? ^7^^ 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 460 

•Z^Lm ^aSt cooj ^AS.*io^ ^^? i\VyV» .^o^ ouS^JI^ 

5^i ;o;^i paub ;I^fr^ 07^o^^o .^oai ;Iax ^jQia ^bbi* 

.jsoSt ^is^JSbo 4t3^? >.\yy 'yoa^ aqo2o ^09 ^^o 
Ok^^ ;AS U^ '^^ "A tt^='^ ^^.? ^^ '^^ ^^ 

^ a^^o .^y^^'is'islo ^^^ ^a 0007 ^a^lo .^a^A 
fisa^ .^ ^^^S3 ^o^ o2 .^a ^ a>ate>a Z,?A ^?^ 
^uStdl iS .ct;^ v?^ilo ^4^? -^^ ^^''^ -^ ^ii^ ./OUao 

;L;3a .^6^ ;iii i2i ;^i :^ .^ ^oci ^ ^a .;ii 

.;JSafiLafa ^aojb a^^c^aa^ .^ait^ o^ Jjaf ^SiaM>io U9 
mOIo^ Qa^jI a? .«!S»4f^a^ ^^ '^9^ ^\ ^ ^'^ 
.aro^ia ;isshas^^ .2 ^2 .o7V3\,ad^ .^^ ^a!on-ii\\>i 

^073^2 bdoa^a .3^*2 3A ^SLA ^oq* ^^kd .^o^a o|,ayi^JS 
^sdbi : Objb .iiai ;a^2 .AU^ a^ J^ .;xoi Aoi.^ i^o 
;ooi ^M aaa ,UaS>naa 007 .uosu^oo ^2 i\Vyy 0001 
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459 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 



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To\ 209^. iiS ^i.9 0)3>\^^3 ,^yM ^3u^2 000: ^C^Ka2 .^Q* | ^lO "pOOS 
^lij ^ "P^ V^o] -^9^ ^3^^ ^? ^0^3^ .0^3.^ ^0*^007 

2oo7 aisis h*:> p3^ t^ .^o^ia 07 ^^^a som^s ;^2 \ooq] 

^ta?%/ay ^lS^ ^,3 ^^?^^ .poAs yOoi^MXM JSi6^ too;^ 0007 
.^o^mS^? ^9?^ Vpo^ ^001 6^2 ^^^S3 tS^ ^isyti .eooi 
^aoos ^t^*^^ -^oa^ ^,? ^2 .0001 ^3^? 007 ^q2|^o 
0007 ^^^ ^3 ^^l -^^^? ^S>*o>< ^^\^ 49^ "^h^ 
X^app 0007 ^AteLa ska .^07*a[!^ y/^*^ >^Att ^^oub 
A 99 4isAd3 ^e^ v?^'^ ^'^^ ^^ ^ .^^oS^o 
^bk^ 0007 ^pdiL ^070 .^007 s^bpp .^2 t^ opE^ ^^?^ 
03.5^0 .o^mO o^iioii Ifyo^l ^ ^2'J^o .^aXX ^3>JOS.a!^S 
.^a7lN3;^&3 ^bo^ yO07*a^!^ yyrv%tipi ^os^ora yOao7 k^2o 
.isioto!^ ^oqf 9M.t^ 993 k^ol ^2 tS^y 0007 '^yiii i^jn 

.o^atA ^ab2a )ii2 ^^ Aajo Ao .A ^a^Aa ^m 'y\ 
;£Aa JSo^^a of^ ?iS^m ;3^ -^^? ^..>f^ ^b?^? ^,?^o 

^ .M070L2 lorn ^^ JS*AAua A'o^fla .uoa^i^itDoiQ) ^ai 

Ail -^03^ 07^007 ^oc7 h^ti^i^ .;^qS^ ;oo7 :9iba 

^ yj* lorn Aaitiiso^a ^^^H -^0703^2 ^007 >^ »^A J^ 
:aub .x^e^JK&o otaoot )1oo7 ^V-Mfts* ^ta^^ba .07^0^ ^2 

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SA YINCS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 458 

<>.ia^i ;xQi^;;o ;'Stto«»3 

loo] sm^x*jn Jul J^p uQMA^i ^i \>< 0007 ^ysoi :^ 

.}oo] ^\» ^ ^ ^ojoLii >^Ah 990 .^oTo^is ^tiftt 
.Jlxbd l^oSa ^9a ^i^b .^oj^o .^oo) lorn ^ ^^^ ,?9 

.;aA ;oo7 xc2 :fjb .yoo^&li^ Moroi^l ^c^S^as ^^i^ ^^? 
.^a^s^ mO] '^s^a '^^\ ^^^?^ "^^ ^?^? '•^^i^ "^P 
99 ao^ ;?>\^9 ;^if3 '^o^ ^si >\^ eoojf ^3^1 '^JH 

i^jlx .^o^ eooi ^^2 ^lii^^ ;^oSA3,b tVy^yo -^>^ 
;LSa ;90^ -)^*^o ^iAbAA^a .^oA 071^ ^?^3 ^^^ ^ 
;^3 ;rudob Jar ^i .;aaa\^b oj!^^ ■V'Vti wmSJUo .^ 

^o^ yoau'if^l bA, ;!Syi^ A? >^^ '^^9^1^ ^d^ ^^^^ 

^f^baab 5^2 o^ .;oo) ^aab <!^>V?^ '^^ ^t "^^'P 



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45 7 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^OS.^ i^ yl 4om ^i oajo '^fi^>^ ^pJti .oq>a;j(doa> ^aiS 
^3l^3 li^'p -^2^p Z^i loo] hiiol '\^ .UQ>^3 I'Sst.! 

}x^ ^ai -^^ ^^^? ^^9 -^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ -'*«9^ 

. ^3lO ^ ^ ^is^isjiis l^sio^ ;aoSif ;&;20 oor .^ Sv^i 

.^aucap or3k30^3k3 ^a^^blsl ^^ibpix >^ ^a ^ .u0^oisj.is*i3 
.A92 ;i3Mi2 ^M JSo!^ ^29 ,^<iba»iri ^32 v30Js 9^2 zVa 

^» 001 .:aUiQ}33 iZxsp SSp ^ ^32 .. oai 07^ ^^"^ 
^ SA^ ^>>2 ^Zsio itssl yl!i -3^jlo o^adi "p'Ss** .^^ aa 
^iiso^ \iy ^o^ ;3A i^ou ;32 ^231 zaJd .^^ a hoi 
^Lia ^aI ^^ l%}f '^9^ ^\ ^ ^^'^ -P^oS Jbi'9 ^AO>*2p 
^2 o^ ^'2 .^^OiOtf ;!^9 ^a^i A Ail 3^m3 ^oAa >S:^29 
yi3^ ^3^ is^ooir "pil %i ^Ai^ is*og) ^iSA2 pAO .i^ol 
.^^aat <^i .;^a2 ;^92o .^^^ ^^^9 4a<a o^ 3^*2 .^2 
mO) ^a^Lp ouAx2o '.^^!^»M^ 5^2 ^A oajQ)& ^o^iSka ^0/0 
^ oba^ti .23or >Sbi^afle AAi» xj3 «la;beA ^ol «1^9 
.;^o^'i ^ ^2 ;oo7 3^*2 :^ .;^oo\^3 l'>\Sjci l^hol 
3ao .>^3 ,^sia c^Aa ;ooi ^2^3 ;^2 ^jAoa U-S*'^? 
Foi. 209a. .;is9k^ .T^-vy* %^p or^AtA ja'ist \ .^ibo'ia ouxla^ 

^OO) y*V* ;* \v :J^jU(i A? -•*>^ ? f^ ^ VT'^ \Ati ?. .A\ mft 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 456 

«^ikfiboo .^oo) ^3M 3^ .^^tbobs .Vv^V) o^xli ^^^o «^b^9 
..ftuNyOi^^ ^ai >^\iy ooo! ^^2 :.9|» -^o^i? ;»>o3*^ 
.lorn s^aiois*! lai'^oJso «^ ^ .ihiso^i loo) l^ ^S^ A? 
00^2 .^aodsJS^ ^,?^ Ao ^2^3 '^9^ ^2 S»^ :\^ 

Ueo^ ^3^o .^oo! JfA^ JS*A«b9^ vAiOS .jQ>o;lajo ^2 
661 .^ou2 Jai ^o^ }4i^ 390 .3ouAa ^ola ^ooj ^2 
3^ ;3a^ .;no3NJM3 A«*oV< ^a^^o'Vi o^ ^oo) pAxs 
mK*23 ^Mf^ia .0^ ^jl .007 ^2 ^«070jL2 UoiitO ^xtA 
MJSiAb ^ iiA J:to523 ^3 eo^2 >mA>9^ ^2 3^ JisSjOa 
^1 07S 3^*2 .^^i \\,y ;^ai4«4^^ ^^oxosAs ;i2 xtL 

5UNi2 3A3 .^3 ^^OsisIbO 1^91 O^if^ A .JQ90U3JB> 

^isAd ^ ScAb v^is^;; Ail -5^5^^ ^^^^ ^is Atti 
.^3oq,3b^ 3^ <^^? ^^^ -^p^ ^1 ^^il =^$ .^Q^^ 
33^ ^3^? U^ ^2 U^ai .^AO^bAo^3 ;^oAm\ ^ V -tiaio 
.o^Si^ol^p lisoai^ o^ Atiaso .^sA ^ ;cA2 ^^,3^ 
030^0 43^,3^ a}y*'iaSss ^s^fo IxeSso ^2 ^fs o^f2 :o^ 

.^IsAf ;aucD 07A 3^2 -^isau? 2^30 ^3o23 i^ enjiJaol^SsFoizoSi. 
.^oai ^o>aA lai A >^il ^,? 007 .;&»qI M07OfiK*2 2»e^ 
^o^ m3£i w>3 vLi .6^^*2 ^aoMd ^iAoA^ moi oA 3M2 
oA^ 2I3M :93ij o^ Aobp .3^2 ^o5 ;a2 :f^ •?Am^ 



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455 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.kSl ya'^'isio ^isul isiio .^3mi2 oo^ ^2 90^ hiapl .^Jso.^ 
w*3^ ;i2 t^2o .^3JS MiSJS ikl 'pi^ .a^2o ^ w*3 oo) 
Jl^uiS^ ^aioisaiso .isfti \bai< J^ .la^m o^ 3^2o -^'fl^ 

^3^ pa ^p Ssil .o^iJtiipjaa Xdiato ^3^ ^^la i^'y^l Mo 
Tioi'^i ;32 t!Sf2 z\^ .5^039 is^i ;!^ ;^ .£s£i :s2^ ^a^ 

.^aip 07^0!^ ^oJS 3ui ^2 ;^2 .^3^1 390 ,11^2 ^1 ^o^ 
L^f .a{s Abp2o .^23 ?^i^ ^ A ^^l '^^ ?9 ^^?o 
liA>S .;xb03^ ^xbofi ^ isii iSal p9 ..^cd: o^Sia >a^ 
;i2 j^\?niSBo u^o^ ^o£s ^&^o .;xA> isii w^o Z*A^o 

^32 ^^ibpqe >fto .0^ ^23 5^2 ^0/ 3>a^ .«^f j^ p^o .5^ 
6^0^ oc/ ^2 J30^ ;^2 .!^a3t ^>^fAx aae >3^,p^2 po/aa2 
m6s hiolo .yaai'yai ;32 ^oN ^k ^aJaSsal^ -Uhl ika 
.^sa^ o^Ha M^^ b*3js is£2 ^2^ aa ao^ «^f .007 ;^2S ^ruo 

bVyy .;;32 ;32^ )sor9£ii ;32 xp2 .oor ;^2 «Sf2 a^^o .;aor 

Ailxbo^ isii acdi^ ;isSAb ^^0:0 1:^2 yOojS^^ u^ 

I .^ka o^ 31^20 .fis£i ^siita ;is3*t3L ;!Siio:0 l^oi 1^2 S>Lo 
^a ;lor -^9^0 ^amI k^2 ^ao; -^^ ^^^? ^^ ^^? 
a^A, ;^oA^ .;^aJSo*a >^L^ A.V>,t.\a ;^2 ;o^2 .^IV^ 
a4>A ;j^ \q » o ;»>o*\t^>3 .0^ ;i2 a^'ia ;»\a .mo;o>^2 
.^^^ ^a ^>«oaMiU .uQ30^,oa;i^ ^ai ^007 hio2 :^ .0^ 
Jij^a .3^^ ^m lom '^2 : ;^ -^'a^pd ora^^S o^ ;Li30 
.;oai ;^3: ;l^ ;3^a ..^i!iil^ktb uQ>^^Qd3^ ^'2% ;i2 ^3^ 

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SAYINHS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE P'ATMKKS. 454 

.eSj^isl ^^;a^o^ .^isi^iaoi ^fr^oa^f&o ?;"V»^ ^o^ aiss? 

ow^ ?90 .yoxl e^k^lo ■OA't'aoS oa^, ^'^^ j^ito^J ^d 

7i>N^*n\ ^a^ ^or oaAs* •<^^? ^ou looi a^o .;aa 
js«;3orajoao i^^^ ^'^e^ vf^^ ^^ ?9o •^'^ ^ 
.a^'i a^^ Moro>A2 ^^ yCAoi ^ jsll 5^3^ .6^;^JSa9 

o/a^p opKda^ ^,a v?^^ ?^ -h^T^ ^\ ^^^^ ^^'^^^^'^^ 
.^hsa o^ ;or3 .A JKoaoZ ^a s^uhoax .xxii a^ ^3Aa 

;^23 ;iS*2 .^is^>MaoJs2 ;iaor ^o^ao^ eoi aoAa ^oaa 
.^o;*JS^2 ;ao7 5^ia ;JSouo34^ fty^Laoia ^or .^is^Jc^NJI 
yoioj oa^^ o7^^ aao .^007)43^ ^\iot*o ;^oaa«3ao 

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JSkiAof a^^ .fSA^auM* yoaiaso a^ >y\ft oa^^o .o^&ap oaaBo 
.^isAfib ^is^2 ^jiswii .aqoj^o ^o^ a^ <^j|3: .^ol ^ 
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45 3 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

o>3^ .;^i a]6soS 0^2 .^M^^3 ^?^9 .^*S loaj ^^2 ;^p 
.abbo2o 007 4^0 ..oqbOiii tSo^^a u07ouA)*dio .Jl^soal^ 07^ 
»^ ^ o2 .)^oa2 poAa ^^*S o2 .^^23 vA iSA2 ^3w.«b 
.uSoai aoAa ^m2^3 .op H>=^^2 ..oo^S Ma^A^i^b ).Vi:a3 
M^a^Xo .5^390 ;is*3;i2 ^^3^ M^f^? •^r'^ ^'^ = ^ 
0V;*03 ;i!^;L poJKbo A -^9^ ^j 3^^'^ :^ .^'I& ila 

^jLxbo^ ^o'c/ ^jjlsf ^99 -^isa^ ^2 (^'^23 96^2 ^^ 
la^ .^^9iQ>3 o^ ^ii2 ;^toiy .^3UCD o^ sbpl .vA ^»a>aSe 
: '^cdb ^9JA ;oo;& .2 .Jai .or^auhAis ^oj^ai wi«A07 yaoi 

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.00; J^ ^a.^^ ^l ^3 t 2 .Jl^ ;S iSi.S ^S^A ^ .^3LJ(d 

2^A U.A2 abii .^JSoAaauiCsbo ^ooi ^o^bo a^o .^oo) A aa 

^sit aAO -^^u^ ;oo) \2a oa) ^2a .^oo; o^aaa ^1x^2 
abii ^m2 ^abM^o .or^!^aS 007 31 ^^ -^t^ ^"^ ^.?^9 ^^ 
lorn ^jtaabp aa .^,a3p ^9^ ^907 \2a A? Ju2 ^2 .^2 
Joo; \2ao .^2 007 ^2 ^h aao .G;r^oAaiiujQ>ho Ai« 
;3m a '3cl2o -aS^ 2,?^? ^^^j? -^i^ «^09^? "^ 
;«aM2 OCT .^aA:s2 ^2l'.5^ A>i*a a^s ^o .^2 :a^&a 
^moso 5^2 .^2 aai: jo^^aibs ^9\? o7^oS .^i2 ^^aita 
:^or ^^ jQ>^aii:a3 ^9^ 9,?1 ^H ^^ ?90 -^^ ^^-^^a 



SAYINCS AND QUKSTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 45 2 

o^JstxSp .3flkdiQ>ou3 ^i i^y,y ooo) ^aisl :a^ -^x^ 
piiCd lAoa I'isiat JS^o .?l'*V^^b ^o ;ai»Ab ;oo) MO^eiLl 
;is&a; Ijioi ;i2 ^^.!i^ :a^ ;^a .;3isJM ^a^oa ^3 .07S ;oo) 
;l^3 o2 .;i\a:o3 Ul ii^2 ^^3 o2 .;i2 ^S>>tt&o ;^3 o2 .ju23 

;3i» I's^ S^ ^ai ^ia ;ft^o3^o .;jd3o* 02 .;3j[ ;i\sk2 

^fV^^aM .^'aMi23 ^3oao .^bojloxa 07.^ ^oro .^ooi 
.^O^a ;3;ip ;^?^ ^2 ^^ oSj3, 3A :fii .;ob) ;aib9 

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^Or flUiS>T2 0^*2 ;L^ ^^2 9AO .\^0 mCHOXOm^ ^^^^k2o 

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45 I SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

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lja» a^io o^ \f^9 '^^00 ^52^ ^^02 t^f2o -or.su^a 
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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 45O 
.iZl OO] ^^ >^0 .0^ .\Al1 t^i ^mIs .^OO! mOTOXaI 

ja»iii*t) ^i .^Skiw 000; ^aioi :fO .oyis>SihS ^070 07V Mt 
loo] p'l^ .IZi "pL loo] \^2o 6soa] ^>^3 ^^l? -^^e^ 

5^1 ^3 ^i .;!!» jioo) ^^x ;l^o ^oI o^ ^ooi ;eor -loo] 

l^opuiia ^ru(D ^,3 007 .^adOM o^ 0007 ^9^ ^M*iisiKi3 

;:^3 .. Sm \V^,y yOSb^ ^l jq>**V» .2*^i^ ;oo) Sbo2 .;ior 

opjcli ^1 t^'^2 ajS^SjOa ^^o .}^si3 ;^bOM o^ v?^^^ 

^*^a2 ^ou o^x^ 99^0 ,3m }3Xd }oo! JSf2 luJO -^uib 
;9a) >^^»t^ •^Om ;oo) ;oo/3 ^3 ufr^jl >}!» ^isu ;:^3 

.^92 ^3 007 .^07 isii 3aL J^Sst ;3uio ;ii^ \\,y3 .;^i 

Ml ^» ;307 .Zo^i ^ Ih^l Saplo Si^l ^3^iSf3 
;aL«a^ U>'2 i^^ '\ts> -Ibsoa A^ h^ \^^ \^yV? 
.^ .>ata^ ^3^«^0^ -^^^ ^^0^ -^^UED o^ 3^2o .^SpA ^ 

^ ;^i :^ .^010^*2 ;oo7 ^fsi ^? ^^ -^? l^^^os* 

^^o ;soS ^^ .^ 6^N '^aSiji ^o .^ ^^^r^ ^3^ 
.cpuiouA 3^;o .^ 60C M0073 ^ySi ofs^ ^2e -<^Q^;&3 
;fMO J^^ .^ ^^ '^007 990 -^ "^^^ ^9^ ^^ 



449 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

Mlo ^Ssoal6s 07^ ?9^9 -^^^ilo \itxo ^iS^xaS jia 007^ 
j(3 oo; o^ a^'l >^o7^ ^o^^i ^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^\^^ 

;i2 wfiu^.bo ^o^ ;^3 ;xo7 ^3 4^J3 ^^ ^o^ .;^ ^ jSS 

^ x^ ^o^ .;30 ^ ^SAl %i^l : 3uQ> .^c^Si \\^y o^3^ 

Fol. 205a. 07X3uA X^ 0>bp2o ,?^^S\, \i\ti \X30 .or>3Ui Us«3ii 

^3m*2 eo; oraduo -?^o? ^^ Sk^**? ^or ^1^0 AAo ^bixu 
h» ^M oar uai .^3^^ ;eo7 3qo .^'Soa U^ y*?^ U^ 
;1>m2 ^aibsa^ ^kfii ^3 tSfZ .o;o;i\ ;is^o9;boo .o7^oj^ 

wO>L4\ ^^^ ^^^ .^bpio ^007 e^io .^^03 OOP a^tJiStlp 
;^i ^ SkM ^^j^ :opQ3 -mOVs^I ^o 3o^9 ^^03 OOP 
X^yip ?^3S>^b 9^ ;a^OM uboaio .;Is3:2 ;3i £so^ ^^ 

^^2 .^^iS3 X^ ^0^.^^ 3a>< 990 .;^Q3 yOO^ ?^? 

o^ '^l .^2 o\£3 >S*aa>\« ;^ .1^1 6a} 07!^ 3^2o .y<u2 

m^S \^ai ^iSM^l ^3070 .^3Q1 JSaV*? 5^ wd^^ A •^;3Ub 

.;o^ ^^ ^3 ^2 .^3 ^ojbo^ ^auca ^ x^ ^^^Ml '^^ 
&a^ Uj>l ^ y^ loo) ^j2o .0^ ;oo) ^^2 ^2^^ ^?9 
;\3io3 3k£cb.< ;|ucD 0073 ilxh ;&or3Ga >S\,y 1^1 ooro -^^suiu 
loo] >jra<*Vy>o .oor ^oS yiis*2o ^o^ op ^32o ^^^ 

ha^'p ^o^ •^A^ "^po '^\ ^^9^=>^ ?^.? -^'^o ^ 
^ia .3bb92o o^ 9g^o .^oioLiri ^auta oor ;Sfiso .&S Sisoias 



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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 448 

lom ^Kao .oraJL ^aio o^a ^fi ;^2 .jsu^isis;; ;l^o 
^3 ya'ia .^ofal a^M Ui^aj X*2a>*a4 .^o^ ^ji^ ^^C* 
.^ou ;32 ;oo! ^2 :jQ} ..^o2 ;l^ ^3 t'V^^? -f^Si^y ^f 
9uo:b>«9 .a?^« \ ,Q ti 9^1 j:i2 ^oofs .;aor m01o^2 ^'i<x>i ^«33 
;aMjQ>2 ^3 .;auNab ^oi ;A»^x^ ^3o^o >^^A ^^^^ 
.^^2^ ;32 >^ ^y ooo) ^yioi zlto .^iseS yo'^islo N>ooi 
ojShai^a ^,?^ -oT^o^ ^oo! ^aucd ^^ ^ax is!iss^ l^aip 

■fyis AfIa o^ Sf .;3JCD o^ ^2 .,^^X» o^bo i^ix aA .;xqm 

;oo7 ;^3: \^ ;l^3 .\0ai4 ^2 S>i* oooi ^a^aol :.^ 

^oopca 007 ^3 07^ao^x2 .^jsac aa ^j; y«AXj^o .?iN^ftSiSa 
^a o^ Mil3^2o .;aba^ ;^ai: ;[!^a ;ooi ^,aIo ,?iS^ft)iSa 
;^uo •^ilso ;aba^ ;iG9a A^9 -^010^2 ^il^ A?if>> 
.5^ U2 ^Si^^ .is^i ;^di ;^ ^a .?ateS o;^ a^^j^o ^..>f^ 



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Fol. 



447 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.^:ob9 Ui'^ vf^^? ^^ V?K ^^ ■?Vf1fl»I? ^^^^ ^f? 

204^. .oo^o&a 0*3^0:23 I ^3 bisa -^^^x ^siapaf: 99 ^a 0,07 
^2 ..00;^ hiapi .isJ^'p'Ssl ^ ^of ;soibo ^ai .o^ ^^^ 
^ou ;ai :so^ ;^2 ^f3 o>«2 :oa .fr\\,y ;L^ )Sl isiSjiisl 
SSf^'ti jSo .ofaatOM^ wfiba i^p o^atb .uo>i 0011b ^ao^f 

.l;pai lisiia 12^^^ ^^V?? ^r^? -1??^ ^^^ ^,?^ 

^03 stOjoM ^07 .^ou ^.3Xd^ yOo^ a^'2 .^0^3^23 
^oa; .^s«aii ^23 ^^oo^ ^ ^da ^^^^ii? -^^'-j? ^?^ 

^jMs xii ;^2 ;fr^2 z^ -lo^i ^^33 ;^'i^ k^i±d^o 

J±ii .^3^ jciu 390 .^bo^f ^^ ^^? ^W ^^t^'^^'^l 
;^ ;,>*'i^^2 .0^ 3^*2 .iai ;^ ^isas .07^ S'^jio aiiscS 
«30^o .\2^ "^^o ^>\ .07S bO^p «\itf sao .^2 ^2 

vA isA^i .ojS 3tb92 -^g7n.iVi3 JO^ 9AO .^2 eo/ CtJOa, 

«30^ ^il& SkAO .^1^ %3^40 A;iy ^OJSO .^2 ^3b*'d^2 

.ly»i^sol ;32 .0^ A^'2 .;^2 isi2 ^Ls ^i!^ .07^ 3^2 .^fcl^o 

;^ ;^3^3^/Q32 .0^ ^^l^ c^ ^A^jo -^,>f^ ^^^^^ 

^92 p^yH ^ :yi«A .^2 JtJu^JO ^ 3^^ ;&2 .i^fo J3UQ> .isii 
w.^ 3^2 .o;S ^Zo 3w^ ^3i(a 6^0^ -?V'>Vto2^ sfi^yol Jbi 

is£2 ^sl .2 .OOr ^SLA O^ 3bb02 .Lb3L5JS2 wm9^2 ^23 .Js^ 
mOmO .^30/ Z4\&0 «S^ M0isis2 m3 eoi .fLj^^JLlb 3> ^^ 3 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS f)I- THE FATHERS. 446 



o^ a^'i .^ ;is*i ;^3 07^ asp'i .isAi ;k3 .^i^ ^ i^ 

;»^b ,^a^^ 2,3 or ^ ^*«?^il ^ ^^23 iVv^y .;3j(d 001 

.httSf i^a\ ^ .^i eor 07^ a^'i .07S ^aoLp ^bdo 
}o5o^ 007 .yOoisua •^^^ ^^^ \l -^7^ ^ ^^'^ 
^a jB>o\«5o2^ ^9\ ^^ ^fii =*^ -^^bd^ >n^fi?i 

^9 <\»\h ..^.^y o^jiiba A'ntia }jmaS o^ loa\ uov^o 
.oo>^ 3do2 .20 .3^20 U^iC .0&2 ^riA^o -J^^ ^^S 

.^3tt^fis ^' ^^^ ^UA32 ^070^^3 . o^»bax^3 3^2 
itai JAhiL 2&!aa^3 .uoxiUbSi ^aiS uQ><i3.»» ^ai 3^*2 :^ 
ii T^l .y09^ ^2 ^3m^3 ^3^3 Jio^is .;aucD 07!^ S»2 .^ 
^JKoa's x\ t^^^b ■?tw'i'i ^o .^o^Sl "pL 2ecrr23 ?i^3>i^ 
;^ .?2'>'ii^p V^^ ^,? ?'ti»ii .^o^ jSt2 U^^ y^ ^^\^ 
oi^\^ 4oen2 ^iOa :a>iO .;o;^iA ^bis ^2 ;^ iS<ao7 
.isA^ab Jor t^ ?*a>A32 .^007 ^,?^ ^A>^ ^?^? c^? 
^ij^ac3 d^eis^;; 2^}^^ ^9 j^^>^? -^,?^ "^^ ;a^ 99 
;«3bMM*3 oriSiXtis .3^j| >fl>*io^ii ^2 :pA .^o^ba^ ;!So ^3 
.0MAX2 ^07^23 ;3aL^ JpLl^ '^'^? ^^ '^^^ ^ ^ois^ 



445 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

lajh ;oo7& -loS^ \^2^ ^3 op^2 .^a^eHiSt t^^P ^^^P^ 

^ yOf^xoa ^i^ yaol .lHj,!^ l^oSt ^ ^ 1^1 ''\^ 

li^oa^ ^^i^ ^bo2 .07!^ 3^*2 a^^ ;Ia«af ^ai^ ;soibo ;32 JQ>*d2 

^*^ ;oo7 ^f\a>3a .oior ^P^mmaS oSjaoaa .^^o.^ ^32 
;Lq>3 ^3L^i ^9^^ v^? -^i^ ^9^ ^j '^'^ '^1^^? ^.?^ 

;3o^ 00} :^b9 .1^ yMiso is£2 ;3^3 ^2 y'^oStis .5^44^ 
07^^ ^ ^M JioJOi^ ^'a ;L2 ^^oa^ S^L .a^2 ;3Li(a 
^a .3^2 uQsu&Q^i ;ri2 : 9M -^*^>?^ \tiaiw^^ ;oor op 
^^ ^o .ubbbf^i 5^^ ^? -^^?? ^^ ^^9^ ?^^ 
.3^2 ^od ;32 za^ .btiissha^ oo) utiafs ^,3a .^i^is^ 
;Ne3istbob 5^2 5^13 3^;^o souoafis ^ -^^SE ;&ti^ ^3 

^:o2 -^ '^^2? A^2 .;i2 ;ox Ad .3^2 ;l^2 .is&i ,;Sk 

^*33ub <^^ ^ .^dSAbaa ^^la 007a .^o^AoV^i ;32 ;oa7 
y^ No^ .^a aoAs ^iKV*a A^batoa ^^boai^a .a^^^ 

a»;& ;S ^3 .3^2 uQ^ao^i ;32 :0o .^p om m^ is4? 

;^ .;io7 ;^\\3 aoAa ^^2 ;o^2o ;l23 .OTjAa ;3;1>3 

JU2 3>^\iB Jopb .JQ3A^OiQ> ^2 bboi ly^bD .^1 wmS^X^ 

.^«2m9^ .Js3lS^ ^^7^ ^j.;uiQ>^bo baujQuo .^j.^ orisAila 
.opusiA Jd2 w«id:&b wOl ^3^^ .ofu4 ^2^ «^23: ;^i :.^^ 

^0^ ;32 :^ .Jrioisu Ju23 ^;3M.isi ;^*^ .;3U(d o^ b^'2 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 444 

ai6f^oSt^aho6 oi^a^a^ c^Xa .^ia\^ ^nanuo ^is^2 <^a^3 

;jE0Lb9 9^3 oor ^fl^? ^^^skia .3)«isiQ>.i ^si «^\,^ eooi 

A*Mitioo .;auco 001 ;oo! M070i^2 ^ji^or -^^^ ;^oujQ)2^ 
:mA .;ooi ^^ ai>^n>^ ^^ ?90 .^ts'aisibo ^o7^>a^ ^oo? 

woioolxomS ^3 M10070 .^isAtla y.o/oJs«2 M^l^a 'v9?^ ^^ 
.^cL A ^.taLai! J^ ^^ ;,3o7 ^o .^lil^ i^^ ij^ 
.^isAfla 4^a\^ juau*b ^3^ ^la^ou ^ isAs h^>^2 3a 

^tAiibo .^^ouslmmS ;Lak }aao3 ^ItlirtS ^obod o^!^ isAp 

dp 5^ t^^? ^0^2^ ^^ .htjo5^ ;t^ ^9,?^ ^'s^ V^o 

e2 .qi^ a]6scS iky^ -^9 ^^^ ^^^ ^'^ aodbs ^2 
^,aa2 .9^ .33^3 ^'Ii>M2 >^\S.'v< i\yv> o2 .o^f^ i\\,y 
ov•^*2 ^07 .^ai: ^sai^ .oo^a^ .0^2 ^aisx^o CKa\^ 

kOQ^i^ .oikAfib ^^ ^^^? 9?^2? '^?^t? ^^9?e ^^ 
jv^,N>'\« Xv^tn I .aiskJSu .^^ioT^ >^ ^ oiJSoS o^oor k^2Foi. 203a. 



443 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.JS»Mbl ^2 U$oS^ ^^V ^^ ^9^ tf^^ '^V^ -^.?^^ V^ 

aboA^ .;iN3k^ isoo] ^yx^ }:a» ^yiijo^aa ;;^2^ ;oo; ^bp2 
-uboa^p ^ M 3*2^ 'v9?^ '^?^ ^ ?^ ^ ^'^ -M 

.;Ia9f ;32^ ;b|:obo ^ai <S2S3^q5 ;3i 3^1 :;^ .^oo) ^^Io 
btjoisx&a mO) 3^Nfi^ -op ^2o ^S>ai*3 }oo] p^Js^ pa 
AaIn* aa o;isoiia»9 ^a^b^ao .btioisx ^3^3 m.2 .0^ 3M2 .^oai 
M3a mmOSo mSma -3^2o Upx 6so^ x^ .^3oauiQ3j2 ^^2 ^001 
39 ?3<&S tS2s ^m2 :di^ •^>^? ^V^^ o^^^^ii? -^^9 
.07^ y^lo 4^ ^SLA ^» 007 .;^09^o^ o^£S*2 ^ .3M2 
.20 .oor ^2 o^ 3>^'2 .^isx^v^k^ ^io:*^ ^oS^ds ;l^3 J07 
,1m o^ 3^'2 -pdi^ ^jiiA ^MOXho f307^ Ju2 <f3>bb ;S 
;jlBl^aE .^M 3^2 v^O^ :«^ 'VO^ ^M ^.?^ pa ^03^ 

pibo is&i 5^,pp ^ .^3o>a Somo ^^2 .^ <^^9^ 

.\:3^ ;lS ?li^p ;i^?'^ ^o .;^ar^2 ;o;S23 ^^^,ys .>a2 

F0I. 202^. }^oA^ ^alfi^'a k^p |i3;^34* ^1^ I ^^ =?^ -^?^ ^?.?^ 
^ yb3^ op»«3ii^ ^^? ^ ^j ^ '^k^^^^l? ^^9*^? 



SAYINHS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 44 2 

• >■ / l» / (1 • » ^1 » It > t t H t — 

oior .^^f'lS ^dsso ^xaoa^ ^,?^? ^^^ V^ .\S>yiiob ^^*^ 
l^i w«3^ ooo! ^*2 lyM^ AN>vt*ift abb^M ;^3 pa^ oSa .^a 

^,a JEa\ .mOT<w2 ^ aaisxapa lafi'l ^a ^^mm^ %P^)^ 
>^a]^i(>jl aao .^osJl^ ^isaoa^a ^ols ^o^ p^^ ^^il^ 
^akS« ^0^3 .yOoi^ 3^2o ^a^^ ^ ^A4^? \^^^ ^^ -^^'^ 

i^>J* ajiie Iqa] JO^yiop Ipf .mo;qm2 af3 ^ pAO -},>Ai 5^2 
a^^e .tafiLS«isis2o y«o?oS^ ^001 l^ loo) ai»aoa 007 .^o^Sia 
>wi ^Om ^A^i o2 .^ is'aio ^ .07^ aae;; ;is>S.il\ oi^;^ 
07S v^o .^o^Sia ;X*^ 2al^ 5^2 ^^ N.IU1 aA^ ^ .^ 
ft^2a ;l2 JUUi ;i^ ^xom ^i!^ .;l2 ^al ;;S -3>^jLo ?^a^X$ 

^ ish^i ikSiLao ;is.flLa>o .2^\ao ;^a .MoroMii 07^ 

^2 6s*im .j!^6sl .^2 .a^j[o eor ^2 ao;^js2o .^od 
^*iQ>^ ^a^ l^op .yoa^ ^^l'^ .^*A>^o ^flAlil ^ a^i^ 
5^ ;i2 ja>*^» ^l -''^fV* ^^^ ^.?^ .^jsaoa^i | ^ois^iFoi. 
lat^iS isxio ^2 4a«^i9 -^i^ ^V^V ^'^^ *^^>^?^^? 
.^iax ^KaN ^kao .aa92a 5^2 fi^oaor eacii^o .vA Jjoosj^a 



Fol. 201^ 



44 1 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

iSAh aisaa .a^2o opE^oa .!u;^^2o -A^ ;^i^ bo^iA i!Sf 
isiSdMs oa^lo .ouaou* 07^ xe2 ^oJKO .;i2 «Sf2 ^<u 
oTaaoJS Q)sask^ ^oiso .^tO^iS is*i^ A? -?^^^ <^ 5t^ 

.o;x^ 3^2 ;s^ ;oai p^^o .;i2 t^^i ;i4f S^^a -^^.iio 

3^3 .OpUXOuA S»2 ^O^O .«^f23 ;j^Ou 001 ^iSf a^3 

3^2 ^9^0 .;ii3f ^ ;oor ^3>^? ^^^oa ^ is^i ^cud^ 
^oNo .Ji2 t^'fi ^>070 ;3'S^ ^^ )^A?^ -^7?^^ mOToLs 

;aMA3 ;ztflO .097 3y.^ ^ol Siip .^^20 O^ASOm mC^^ 

^<.2 .i^9^3 ^^Ifl^? ;a>^^^p >^4?? -r?^ s^ ^'^ f^^^^ 
mO^^m 390 .^o'^M ^oo) ^^3 .^lauQB x^ ^risLX ^3 o^ ;ooi 
JS4m 3ae .^fic!^ ;is iak iax .s^'io o^^ ;oo7 ^ \^^? 

w.^isx;;o .;^i 007 5^919 .^isAt^ ^^o^or -^sucd ^ a^2 
^oisiAf ^oisiAf .^3^020 ;!03 'i^iaa x^i^ o^tio .}opi^ 

^OOI ^3w^3 ^^i .m070^0m^.3 ^is2^3JQ> ^9.9)9 -^?^ ^^ 

;^2 \^isiQ>2 ;3w.*^o .;u6s 5^2 otji^ ^'or ;3;xo .;3ai3 

i^SjLxs -^9^ ^i >^'2 :ea .^o^A v^3o2o yOor'^^^ 007 

.;iOkb ^ ka^ ^o^jl? 9.9^fi? '^^p .yObouQ) ;^i^ ;J.i 
^2 .^o^A^ .;^2 ;i^3 ^ia ;^9 ^^^ ^i^ I ^^^20 

.5^^3 ^^<a\OJMax\ 99^ ^,3^2 .oT-baiM ^2 3Xo^^K±p ;ij^ 

;a2 ^isx^ ;lS. uis<Xii^ ^lifjk^s ^3 ;^ .;l2 ^^4. ^il ^^^ 
is&i :aia3 ^3 .isA2 ;3l ;j9a2 .;3lo ^ 3^20 .MyAJsis23 
;ia«iSo .opp4. ^^ 5t^3 Jttii is*.?jt;o ^i^ ^ '^ 

k'kk 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FAT HERS. 44O 

ai^ yOa^Sis ^ o^p ^^^i^ ^^? ?Afty>i JKoS ^iAsel 

i\yy Jj>L pk^a .^or ^a^oo ^lo^ ^ads .a^j^o ^o;!^i^ 

dOywai ;3i ;oro .;ao^ o^^ ^V>^2 .^aoa ;^'^ t^V^^ 
^iiabo ^oao ^aio '^.a^a ?At^ opo) ^aa ^o^ia ^^oao 

.a^viSAla ;&a^oA ;^2a eo^2a .07^ 3^2o ^o^ ^A ;^i 
MB^a «!i^a .^fr^ .?.TLO 07^ aaai'l .^aia»^islp is&i ^^ 
oo^H -^^o o^S egi ^auQ»M .^^>^a p,a^ ^ acA .^\y 
^^ ;ooi :Jl^ .bdoisae is^iisJE2 ^ ^3^2 .hsol kSlkct.!^ 
^ia -os^&aoi ^3A yOO^S^ o!^ikx2o .^a ^a^ .?»ym^ 
isAa -odoXx Ij^o^ yoaf^o -l*Jj!^ ^ \^^^ ^^ 
Uai ail .^uii&o cn'^Sja ;^ai Juia .;ao7 ^ ^fAx^? ^^^^ 
^a»i :aA .^Adissaa ^^;L^kAa ^axa yoo^ -^?^ ^3i9 

^>>ftn»Si^ ^o .^007 a^.?is2 1 ^aoa ,^N>'*o>'n 'l^y**** ^oorFoi.2oia. 
aaais&a ^ ^atUolS^l looi'p ai^ ^o .loo] yLisoip AaXa 
.l6{!S2 ^aij o^xli ;axo .^3^2 ;l^o ^Sliay ^^ yoop 
,;»>o^aCUa5i \y,y ^a^ ^^3? .aaoio ;oa! ^^i^^^o 
;a3>^ t*.?^^ ^il '^^? ^ ^^^ .^^aniS^ ^^o istlMai 
^a ^aor 'i^p loo] *^^ W^io .^tup ^oo) isAo .}ooi 
^ aui ^2 :op -^^? ^r* ^t^fci^o .?*n\v<a oo) ^j^ 



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439 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

.oi2 ^iitl aao .2007 yA:^ cpa ^o3k^ ojJSo^ 0^0 
)9a^ ^'i 09** ^3 a^^ .u««^ u>xo ^01 .»oo?baS>a3 «^2xo 
^^pk^ 93^0 -?Sflirvffi>2 5^ cio>I oa^ ^^ ^^^ '?9^? 
.^JSo^M «^^^o }iSo^^ ^2 ^ '^^'? ^^^\ >^o -Va^b 
<f)S ^Oi. .00^ 3k±)2 .ol36s o2 OL^e? %oo^ a^^^o 
^^2 .jQMO^i ^ai 3^2 : ^ -^o^^ ^^«^ bd^^to ;l.^ 
3^3 .^au«M k^2 ;i^o7 .^2:k> 2iii^ >ibo ;i^is3o a^ ;iioi3 
;^2p .pk^ ;^2 J^ ooo] ^isM :^ .cnisAtJ ^ a^kS 

9Ap2 .07^ is^i ;^o . ou*2 \Ati yM«iisis2 .att.3»\,.b 07^ 

073 ^^^2 :g,>tJo^ A2 .;9,a^ ;l2 p;^ A -007 yoo^ 
^2 o^Juiiw OOO! oabdi: .^aof o;j>J^ o^boa! p^^o .^070*9^*20 
.o^isiXd jsoo! ^a>^ay3 ^^ap .qS ^ojouo^o b^oroAaolp 
.oA^o ;»!^ o^2s pkSkO .oSk^o I ^^^^ c>a^l} -o^i^ 390 
U2a .a^2o ^isa^ ^a oor 2^2 ^o .^Jjuiss aa oa^* 
isoo] %^p 007 v32 ^fbM P9 .oof ^ji ^2 .Ji^i oS^ ;l2 Sfl 
k^2 ;l2 ;^2a .007 1^2 Sse!^ S^j^ .^3A JSoS ^looia^ o^ 
^2 vA3^aaab .07^ a^j^o o7JC!>*^2o -^a^i oA^o -^^ ^ii 
oi^f2 390 .;11^jqA ^ ^001 M070^2a oor -^oao ^ai £so3 
.X«^aoaa .da2MM&ia bboo .;£soa^3 1m .o&2«S£iti .aiisa^ 
;or xo^^ia oor ^2 qi!^ 3^020 .^.^Xxa yO&2 ;3s; ^Jb^or 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 438 

.U^P ^^is (sic) a^oxib ^l .iJ^p ^hk som^as ^i*VVt 

. J^ isii jQ>«^iMap ^ U2 3^*2 y^ -^9^ U>\ ^ 3^i 
i^of ojjjil .l3Jo o^ a>»2 .5^ ^2 ^^dox ^2 .;^2 07^ xaoi 

^aoKO .oor ^2 ^^ ^j^ '?^^ ^ 5^^ U^ ^^'io .M^o^ 
op ado2 .07^03 iSslo o^ 3^23 ^2 ^qoao.^ vbo opc^ 

yaoi ao^ ^sisso .;isa:^ ^Abai ^o^ l'>^9 l^** isx\ 
.0^ yic^y ^2 pojwo 007 ;^2 ^fjLo .;>k3kM2 ^09^ ^ Ui 
.mO)0>m2 ^.^ooLs MO^fM pa ;3A ^3 007 .;3A ^o^ ^^20 
ooj 1^2 <^f2o .oris«^Lc3b dis&3 Jbi'f ;&9m23 07^ ^ou 

^^:Aiflu2 ^^ ;oo7o .^Lbi t^ M07<k^i J^ t^^^o 'O^ssSjoS 

^a^23 ;:^ '^^ ^^?0 'l^\ ^3^ ^ I 39 'VP^^ ^NOFol.2ooa. 

.is*ooi ^S ^39^0 5^ is^3isis23 MOToasou* .0^ 0001 

y^ajoLL ^bubo^ p2xD 39 yoq^aBo^ oo] ^2 ^po; Sbs'i 
kSod^ ^i^2f .^^JsbSojo ^^^ ^2 ^i^Miid 'l^'ip mo;o3^o3 

^eOl 3qp2 .;>kOll390^ ^^>^ ;»>?'>A^(|p3 .O^ eOO) ^3M23 

aoL ;o7S2o .;o^A .^so^f .^laaxx^ ^1 yaL H^l .007 

^fMifiKJI -^03 071^ ^2^392 ^Or ^3 393 .^070^0^3 J^ 
S»2 .5|i» ^ ^3fj[3 .07S ^sisio ;!AX0^3 ?*1ft^ft23 O^S 

5^ ^iih(n>,y .5^k9dfU3 ooj^j^ -07A ^^i .% v*n\ ^o^ 

.jlfNafVtS>^^ 5^ ^pi^JKiap .^f03^3A3 ooj^i^o .^^o^ 



437 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

k^iri o?.t,5V \ X'^ -94^? wO^fM 390 .m07o£s*2 o^bas.»b 
.^^S>a ^ «^^^3 ^ai lisatia .0^ oor ^oo; uoa^^boo .uoro^i 
;sa:»3 ^3^ U^ laio ^a .a^bp'io ^loo) ^x^JS^ ^a 001 
31^*2 :3m .«Sf2o qASLXo .^ ;^o o;jq>a52 ^^a 3kao .J;i2 
o^ o3^ .?\,»hft>2^ ;i2 ^^ 3A3 .^«ba^a ;32 %oa\ 

J^ 3^2 .^^2 ;a23 ;L3^3 ^&t^ s^o .^^iS J^^ols I'^o^ 

j:oti^3 JS*oo7 ^M ^ ^30!3 ^07^ ooor o^23 .M&fM 39 
d^oju ^d^o .;i3M2 ;^23 ;L3is3 ^ob^ »^a^ Ao .J^ 

JQ»A^OO ^2 >^\|V) 0007 ^3db2 ZOf* '^^O ^isSkSa yOA2 

.o7^»^La^ ;oa! bb>L ^«;3oi3j63o :}is3^ ^ooi ;Imi3 ^34^33 

;o97 soL ^3 0^07 .07^ ^2 ^a»33 woroX^ 0007 ^Skboio 

.>*^JQ3Jk U>'l ^ ^'^ .uOrOA!^f23 ^1 l^ ;^3 .^131^ 3£l!w2 

.;S o;^ 3^2 .2307 ^ ^^ 5^ ;o'or >isAi hl^bob 00^2 
.}^ &S isA isfti iSVbtt'ifl 3ka3 >S«aor 00^2 .;l3lo 3^0*2 
wM^ty ;i^3 3di^2 ;&:0o .k^ol ^^si s^^'i .is&i >S^bp3o ;&^^ 

.001 isA2 uMAiisisbo Y^"^ .^3Lica 3^'2 .o^SaoA^ )3a023 ;l2 
«^f2 ;^2 :fii .Jdoisx ;S ^,3^2 .qS [;|u(a] 3d92 .H o{^ ':i!apl 

O^ ;iXO .^323 ;^0^3 ^^3^3 :^SX3 ^O^ liil ^O^ 

s^'i .^SLA 07!^ 3^23 ^^30 «^ ^a^i^^il ?^o .Mcno^oL 

.;aMoI ;a3o^ ;^;; ;^3 .vA ^*o'o) ^9^^2 .SAtt sl^s .07S 

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:S ^3 .^a^ ^\ ^ ^^ .;390^3 ^Lsis ^oaA ogi 3um2 



SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 4 36 

990 ■><&»% ftVyii ^i jKo^ yo^f^Ap .ys^rtm;; ^ ;^i ojo^jsa 

.Jt!^p ^i\\^*o tt^^* ?90 -^ ^?^ ^^ap ^^o .lom i^fi 

3ao .bCLJSSo ^o)i^ Joo; sS^ .66j ^3 ^auGo .^a^'b^2 
;3i fiKo^ ^oo) i^fia ;rucD oen ^l >**^kctl ^^^^ oSiklVi 

}I;I ^iS .007^ a^i .^M ^o^ .00^ 0^4^ 99^ -v5^^ 
^d^i ^U 'l'ys>^ o3^2e .^07 ;.ajEDL^ yeis*J>3ilp ^^ 

;L^hs k<S X^l .yO^l ^^ ;3LA M>il '^j ^^O^ ^^11? 

'piM ^p ^\T 'l9^ '^^ ^,? ^.?^ -^? ^^ I t^9'ioFol.i99^. 

jB»»?<aoa> ^si^ «!^2a: ;^i :;* .ooo) ^A^bobo ^07^00^ ;^23 
^ii 5^is«2 3a ..te^VyiajQaA ;32 kJOax ^^is .07!^ 3^2e 

^*^2o ,,o>ioVyi2 ^32 5^33 ^>bOlX .ou^ikbojs^ ?\,hm2 
apa ^9^*0 .>^\h ;^3 ;&or 3^2 X^2o .3oV^ ^^307!^ 
01^ hiHi .Jia307 ;i39 ^lS ^ioao .1^,2 a{^ 3bb2 .^isf ^^ 
^dkbbi :a* .^iJlx ^^3ise ^^a t ;o7 ;3Mou m^ js«2 .^aucd 
^ttbay 03kas<,3 JbeS ^2 \\'*)o .3o32^ ;a2 >\y,y ooo? 
> o*V\yi3 .007^ 0007 ^tidiMKatb ..oo7*a3;a^ ^%V^gy 39 ^Sx 

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^A ^fuJkd ;iS0732 ^ ^2 ;^;| :«^ .^007^3 ;!A^os^ 



435 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

^i'yJi ;i^oI^o ..0&2 u3^o Shxo .;L3i ^ ;'Sbo^3 SSJi 

;&of p\s2 .3^^;; ^b ^o^ ^o .wlS^ usio ^2 ub^i 
.lAib ^oro .'^a^ ;iSp ;l2 <S^2 ^.auoro AAit ^^3^2 

;^23 ;i^3l^ -^0^29 ;^o&3ik^3 ^oro^ktiS ;^2 \Ab 

;j329 39\^ uQ».?jaQjQ» ^.132 ^^* SkA ^e^> :wM -.oaj; 

3j6i^3um %q] .07^ 3kipi .;a307 ;&3f ^ ;tfla ;ar3 .is&i ;^2 
.;; ;A2 .^A^M ;J^ jd2^o J^l ^al l^oJ^ ^il J^ 
o?iSiiSbtlS A^x -^^ ^9^ <^.bai4 3k^ JLauo ^>07 .5^ 
ail 0Q}uJLaouq> ^orp .su^'io uoreL^i tS4>' loo] ^-^^^ 
.[isa^iiLit ;ior ?,»toS>N< 5^2 ;X^2] isaiiU^ :s,3^3 issduoa 
36^2 liiao^ .c^ ^a^ilo ^^t^a^A ^i^ ^^ >«^^ :\ 
.^^oslboo^ M^.2 ;lS2 .;i2 si^i^ ^^ ^ag.3a /S,3^a .^2 
^'SadiLho ^ioufLao .^2 5^ao ^2 ^^3;o ^2 ^2 yjOk 
.lya^ ^y^K ^ ill ;&xbo aA .Mis*2 ^is|if^ ;^ed:*^3o 
^ao^fo ^2 htsUM^b ^£iSi2 is^ai ^ .JblaiOM^ ??^cL ^o 
^,a^o .lisSjOa ^ ^^»a .?\^4>Vro ^ai o^ s^bpl .y^^ 
aA ;i2 ;al .isfti yM^bisao A aa .ao^ ao^^ isii ;e>^b 

jQsusQ^i ;32 ;oo) aokLa ;^2 .;io7 issi sitLa >SA,h ;iop 

;i)ax )2^ae ;ls»S>.tb issi ^^I 39a ;l2 ^0^0 .39V 

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SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 01- THE FATIlEkS. 434 

^ai si^ 390 .;ooj TiSiMy ^o^'ia^o .^^^al'^^ ^^^^ l9^ 
ufMJsjLo .is^i^ ^or ^ iy** )So ^ ^2o .S^A ;V^ 

;o^i^ k^i^dooo ^3^9^ ^^I oof .07S a^2o I ^>i^ oi^Foi.198^ 

■?2i>'.^^<i>a JjIj^m ^ 6^2o .is^i 1^^ ^^?'>^^<rpa ^,3 is&i .0^ 

jsfuuo .^^A^a op ^liij ^ooi 6u2o .^Xm 2^o^ ^i £SoS 
.^Of ^or Qs^ .^SLA a^j[o .ooo! ^fisis^o l^o'y \Oap 
yOO}^ 3^ilo :;^03 ^ ^fisisiapa yOx^ ^liB 07S ^yao2 
^^ibQUo .^Aap ^^& ^23 09^ii? -^^9^ ^^ ^'^ 3^ 

Qj^ ^09 ^or \<^9^ ;S^23 yOisii \1AO7 ^lOa 3m^ :^3 

.07^ ^2o jQ^ASJtabi ;3i 6^0^ 1^2 ^ ;^2 :9 -^0 ^4^? 
^o 7>9^jsb iiai .MS>ty> xS^ .^xoio ^»tt**«3t MadieLi 
^2o .^S ^kdod^ Aioro -Zo^aA ao^jo ^2 .m«o\5^i3 
^Q^i .^3^3 yoo^ails lom uQ>^b ^boai JSuuaai jisi o^ 
.Jjo^^ A ^^^^'^ ^ 30ui\ri .wi«o^^ J^o -5^99 ^isxjlo 
o^ ^is*» .}isAi3i[3]3 ;6^ou&oi3 .^sa ;qo! :i«bl ^a }3or 
^of ^2 oor poLS* ^o .;49*^MMf? oor ?Ajai[^ q\a>^ 
^'S^ w»aA2e .;\S>\;i ^ 07^ ^^ '^^ ^^ ^.?^ 



433 SAYINGS AND QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE FATHERS. 

3Ck ov>fAX2o .^o^3A aoso&p o^ ^?^'? ^^ ^^ *^?^.^ 

ouSiisxIo .OMi^!>M :{[,?3^ OfiM 990 .^aap^ oor ^o^ 03 f 2 
^^aiojo^lo .^^aS^ yoap oS^a ^^?^ ^^^ ^^ ^ 
I .;a33k^3 =^?^2 007 k^2 ^t^a^ia .^o^ ^^^? ^ ^^ 
Foi.197^. A^ai <S«^ ok .tOOT^ 9^2 uSAtt aisao .Jjisx b*9 00) 
oMsi .yOOT^ 3^2 oS«bob 9^ ^o .^? ^^^^ 4^ ^r^ 
3^20 .ouboaio .Ism^S yoap O9ou*o ,;i QS> a iliia^ yO\l 

oSom -99^ ^07^ 3^2 .^oi^somAs ^ ^vtlSab ^ oJk^ 

.^ocT^S A^;; ^> OCT .^3 99 .^^2. ^2 o^o2 ^9 ^07 

;^oit^\t ^9 .;aij.Vp "pit 9^9 odr ^^1 ^070^2 ^as^o] 

;9£l9kba39 JAUO ;^03.3 ^,9^2 .mCHOO^a* ^^ ^S ;j:9^QiQ>9 

.^2 ;3i ^f3 ;^2 : 9 .;o^i^ ;fj^ ^-;Ia;? ^,>or .;oo?* 

^29 ;a<a^ mO^ImO .uq>*;aqa ^ai jso^ ^o^a? ^fa 

.;32 is£i ^i ^ .^i ;i32 07^ Sao2o .;939^ bClaxb 

9m2iO .;^QflUQ> ;90p ^9^9^ 9^^ ^ iSAOO] y.*9J;^ SJk, ^ 

.yO902 ^ issi 9^1 ;j^ .9^20 is»,T^ uq3^;aoa> ;3ucd 073 

;«9kLi. SOT .;9^9>^9 ;^e9;^9 ^Om poAs ^ wmA^ ^ 

;a4< ^^9*^4^ ooo] yO07«is*29 .;9l39^^ 0007 JS^2 ^9^ 

.0007 e>39is2 iHiifio ;'i39999 .;fiS9^J59 ;^99ufi3o 'l^)>** 

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.;oo7 ;Adoi» ;a-.fi9 .;9a9^ y*<xb ;i&9^2 ^9 oar .;^29 
III 



;;;i ^o^b ;m1^i^ wiodo ;L^iaso ;jEr3jb iM^i 

aa 007 aa ^o^ oo!0 :.3 .isil ^o ?t!un ^ Jjo^ 

.hboisxe .bdo^ 'i^^\ 'Op 3^'i 3a ;\b 90^ '^>^? 
a^'2 :\ .ou2 ;^y.a ^L^s Jorp ;'iCLSi< 3y^ yO^;; ^07 .Aso 
.;»x1m oooro .jV^iSj ^«bpu«3 ^2 ^JS 0007 £S*23 .Ju2 ^001 
;i^ojbp ^oors 3^2 ^lu^o .^^ftas 07S ;aL^ ^ 0070 

-?Ap a>^f^9 .;^?^ 07^ ^^l .'^^? ^.? ^^ -^f^3A 

a .^23 ^JSo^ ^3 07^ ^?^? .^ait oof ^a ^^Sx^ 



431 THE TRIUMPHS OF APOLLO THE LESS. 

iJso^P ^?9 ^''>r ^v?>?>\> "-^ ^ ^^oo; 0070 .iJt^ 
.yO!siy\A sis^o .^b ^4"? \*^^ yoa!^ aisa Sbdio ;|d^ 
SAO .^3o^ ^'^io .oS^i ^?\) yOa^Jsait ^3 ;ooi ;^i 
y^aio .l^o^p I6s(ytt>\ o\^i iSii ^aa; .U»^o^ 0007 ^^2 
uoicibdodi; «|UCJT .^2 3ao .^07 ^^^^ ^2 yOi2 o'Vx^S 
yoo^bo^x yOo^lSkao .^^i.ae^'i ciia*crio .mOIoj^ ^ ouoisis2o 
^3^o ;^b ^o .obpub ;a^4oo73 :au3 "pyti ^auo29 

;^2 Z^or m3 «oo7^ ^007 ..oaisSA ^tals ^ a oo^ S b ^00; 

J07 .^0^0 >*<U2 JU^ 073^0 wl^Ai^e 'yOAl ^iCdV^ ^3 

^'So3 ^£soS»2 07.33 -^f3^^j^ ^4^ yOoiabCLX^ ^\a>*pf 
aii^oS 6so6) ?M<>t ;49'^*^ M^ ^,?^ V^? .y3ki<iso^ 
;^o ui^^p ^A^i \> t^29 .^007 ^b9 ^oro .^0\,9 

i^2o .^oT-SiA t^^o ^^o .OT^baiit o3cr7Aia .OL&07 
i^y,y mOO) ^3*3Jb A*ab^ ajy^ ;^ .^*^is2 ^ooTl'bXsS 

>^'i^ 0007 ^,i.ba»<Do ^>V^i%M 39 ;l^2 .jq>o\aA3 eof ^2\^ 

o7N.^JS3 ^ J^2 ^'n j V^is2 ;.Aor .\yyo .jQ3u;.3^3 qL3 

FoI.i97^.;3d23 !^SXis ^yi ^oL ;p07AO ^pUMji 0^4^? ^^r^ ^3'^ 

-^i.to\\< p^^o ^f\aao ^aj ^paJOp ^ohSo 



THE TRIUMPHS OF APOLLO THE LESS. 43O 

;Ax ^o .l^aS^ o2 ^ isjASa ^o^ b»;[o 4^ -oii^^^ 

;&^QX3b eooi ^^ .;^ 07^ pL>i ^3 ^slb .^2 1^3 
;jL3 ;aijc .yOc;A ^bjs^ ;A3 o^m ^^ao .^o^ouq^Ax 
oS^l ^^o ^x3q\^ ^^^?o -^ ^^ ?,*VS^'Ta>o 
5^io .obiL^i ^g7o\S< 12'^Sj?* f?^'%^ .OiA^*2o oAV^M 

.0S42 ^p\ ^3 00; .0^ eoo? ^>^^^o ^l^^spo yifjS'p 

;&!> is^i ^23 ;o7SiS ;i2 ;^^ .;oai b^'i ;ilb jso^ 

^jb^ .07^ xiol iiijsp ^61 5^23 .^CUfM ^ ^b ^,3^07 
.IxiA 01^ pkb .. obaAisxA }bo.&3 ^&ktlA .oo^'bd^b 

;»3 ;i^^ -^?? Moro^3Jb ^iS3±L3 aioS^ ^P^^t^ ^^ 

;oo) ^^ibbx 3^ .iS^i U49^ 9.?^ I ^?^ ^ii }^ j ^o^ FoL 196^. 
Zvt.lt ^ba^S ^^6s ;iS • 3^03 .^ilb 007 ^^2 .0;^ ^a 
;ft3kSa 0^30 .5^bol ^ ^ ^t^^^ ^il -^ t^?^? 

.2Albo .eo^ 2ua obdr^ aae .fsb^^b ^o&^o .duA>a 
o^boio ■?uy,g>''Sir^b }o^2 eoi a^id .^b^io com ^*>Ja 
^ ^2 ^b>,v<a,>S23 ^a4oo^ ^^crb ^or ^'07 ^3 



429 THE TRIUMPHS OF APOLLO THE LESS. 

' » '• II It 1* ^ f I •> I 

<* ^30^(00 ^OXd 3o^f ^4^? MOfoL^^'i*> 

^ %aLmi .wQ34^^3 dp ^is ;od) ^^2o .Jl^a oor ;l.a^ 
Mbislo .mQ^ ^^a^^ ;i!klM ^of 950 .0^2 ^oJS oT^b 
bislboo ^fSmt^t^aob ^^'"^ ^2 ^a ;od7 uoisx2 .d^;^bo3 

;auiQ»2 J^woao .5t^js2 007 i^2 ^,^ ;^b^!^ .9di^ ^^i-^ 
;!^o >?^^ ^f?? ^*^j 09^ ^f ^ 07^0^0 .loo) 3>^js» 
wOfo^2 ^0^ ^3 9k^ .0^ oooi ^aJbbo 3?9\?9 ^^.^b 

I ;Lsao .d\d2 ^oV^ 'looj 073^^0 ^'yti ;io7 0019 

5^ "^^^l^ >^o S^ s^A^ tImSa ^^riL^a .0^ S^2o 
00; ^or ^3 wS^ y^ .S^isi. ^^0? P,>^? ^^^^-^ 
M070^bo ^ ^907 Moisis2 ..obaA*5 ^907 o^-^b .JOaAoSa 

^^;iLsb'^ .0^ ;ed7 3602 ^it o^ pyJtio .^ ^iilba ^Ota 



THE TRIUMPHS OF JOHN AND SERAPION. 428 

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jB>>SoAn»yi hp '^o* ^^,? U>m2 ?nft\,S ^,3 ^v* 
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ojnox^ p^ ^auta .Uouo'Sia .oio; l6so^6s23 ao6s wLi** 

i!^ o;^ ;oai .\\"i vsi^a li*2 ,l>** l^^^'?? ^^^ 5^^ 
. nx\fy\ ^3li«b ^933 ;]S*2 .^6q{^ ;^23 ^ft^oaaiia^ 

^o^ ^oorp .;'ifi>S<^3k > tone's 2 or^o^ ^tirvtb ^sfui 
.^^23 ;isxbAx6^^ v?^^^ 'tt^^^^ ^^^,?^ ^^ .jQsoa^'Si 

^07^^070:0 .^5 ^^apobaAia 6ui23 ?.aLi<&\ ^2 ;i^2 .007 

^apiboo .;xod^o 3a;^ ^il 000} ^Ai0 ^,1^ }\n\t 
»o>^hftya9 . oAaap ;9o9a ^p ^^m .^o^b^^s ItAAto 0007 



427 THE TRIUMPHS OF CRONIUS, PHILEMON, AND BRETHREN. 



007 .^ ^;^o yfj>St ha 5^2 ;ooi ^070^20 -^o^^ ;a2 :aiii 
^>>^ # ^y ^S A«\ 07S ^00] ^ .07900^00 ^iosko ylla ^l^oa 



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Foi. 195a. ;o7S2 t^3 >^V?P^ I •^^^^''^^^^? ^K^.?^ Vj^M^H? 

aii^ 5^2 .0793^ yoal^ lom P^? }M4 l^^^ 'l?^ 



;9|^o .oi^ ;ia>»a>bpe ^^ -3wm ^au&b ^k 90^ ^*9m 
^Siteo 3^ ^or -yOboA^ loo] apoxo >^^ ^t^^^^ ^9^ 

^^^o ^907 :aS3 .;^ofiuS^ 0901 ^aitJN^a ;^2 ^ ^^^o 
;9a! ;^ ;Ixni>\ ^^2 %Sp vV^o -^^^ ^oo^IotAx 
.o^^ ^ol ^^>^ aisa ^23 ^2 .^07^0^ ^ijywjsboa 
mOJoX^ ^^i-^ ^or'aoa ^2o .Jloub oa^^ y J^ ' Sj^ ^!^^ ^^ 

0730 .or,?-;3 o??^« J^^H ^.? ^i^ .;ii3bojb 9>iu> 



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THK TRIUMPHS OF ANOTHER AMMON, AND OF Dn)YMUS. 426 

^&3 o^ loo] 6s*lp 'yOiol opasb ^ ^2 ^2 ^o^ ^im 

iSt^o ..^Uau3 ;Aaio .;l!»3 ;^f9 ;is3>o .^ ^'';4? ^^> 

op Ipo] 3^2o .^^Jk^ }oo7 \%V»^3 ^ lZ2 a]6siS 

;:0aA» ;&u ;l^ ^o? ;Sa ^a or,3bCj4 •'•'^ ^,?^? o^ ^^ ^9^ 
^oo? 6s*li ^yia\r\ op hUaao .oj^ wJx^a ;3>»0kS< o^ >«AtY>a 

^ gi^a'apa x^ | ^isiio o^s^i jou ^f |to >^3 ^opo^^ o^ foi. 194^. 
^*^o ooo) ^i? ^<^2 .^i opoi ^rl'^ira t^i ^,aA2 .^k ' 
^auJe .^ ^3A oojp 'lisou^i aiHa^ loo] <xiyyi .yOUyflKis 

0010 .^2saL3 ^00719 OOO) ^t'TlnV^^nb ^^i^ -^iS9>>3 ^iSMuS OOO) 

;aa«A .;,9Mi3k^uQ»z i32 or>^\^ ;ooi ;^ -^^ ^f**t^^^ ^^^ 

;!l^ «u;i^o -^^9^ ^Mi^ ^9^ tlao^o ^^'Li >^l^ ^ 

^3 0001 ^fi ..00^ pj^ 9mi3 ^oi/OiM) » .^00; ^,3m>^ 

^tM^ifcty .^of JfssLS ^%^\%s 0001 ^>n»S^v>b ^<S^ .^x^ai^ 
*>y007^ 2^^ap9 ^3^ ila .oo^all >nl\^yt ^ 0001 

<*U>m2 tOMis o^^ )33'^*^ 



<* jB>oaoau.a3 ^oyoiMl'i»> 

^'x^ ^Noll^o ^'iibiS ^ai 0079 -orof^^s ^^9 l*^ loo) 
•:• ^oo! wm3.^ ;i!^ >'i^y»^ 2,?or ^x*! juia 490! iNV^IIyi MOio^kVjia 



425 THE TRIUMPHS OF AMMON THE FIRST. 

.oboi U$^ 9.07 I90] uoro^2 ^oreaoAa 3ao .qfsao^ 

cn^oka^o .;oa) oiisa^ lyJci^ ^A^ U^^ .JN^.ti a^joio 
^ja^A ^ 2ooi ^isi^ o;a\^o .uoro^ is!^ oor ^ ^ aa 

I moioxIi^ ^9^ \^ii ^^ ^? ?9 -^ ^9^ ^'^P ^^ 
F01. 194a. ^isAba^ :aS ;i^ ..ooA 3^2 .;^^^^ cn^ ^?^? ^^^? 

.^JSMOXho ybo iiaa ^a^bo ^*iao .ois&i ^*iao .?Tv.'n o2 A 
00^ oSf A2 .091 .o6w.'au^ ^A^a 0^3.20^9^0 o^iaao^ aa 

^as yoa^^ ^c^^^o .yois\S^h ?IoQ>a,a ^i^Xbpaia ^ae^ 
o^aubo5 oA*iaii! .ojoMaaisla }si2 5^2 ^a ^OT .^aA** ba 
^9^ ^a ^fs <*^oia^ :a\MJs2o A^ ^?^ 090 .;^9X^ 
h^At. aa 0070 .yOboi ^o^ o]!^ wOV^9^«>ia ^2 0^2 
5^2 .^aop A ok*2 Bm ^^m? -too^ abo2 ^o^u^a 
Ojiao:sx2a ^o .^JSoJ^ ;Li.^2a ;:sau^ ^Iiap . ou*fisa^ua 
akb92o 5^!^^2 .errN.aiA i^fj^a ^ %oo^ x^ -^^*^? ^ 
.0^ ;i2 t^<bo .Aba^ ;3^M ^\\;V> :a^ Aa •073^3^ 
Abo4«39 >>^>^ ^^o^da^M . ,^a .^aor v^tboaca ^ ^3^2 ^a oor 
;a.;i5^ a^2o :9^,aii yOhoi ^a ^9^ >^^ o^ >^o2 llf%Ja» 
^.jSAho ^30^ isii ^^2 a^x -^a>^? oJS^K ^^? -^P -o'or 
J07 ; S>M>^\ 6;«laa(2 Af2o oor ^a^i^ ^i^ a^ao .oA 
o^ (a<>^A> ;^oS«2 .^'ay.«2 ^JS^Jii^ yait .^ij^^ ;S>»yHa 

*^;&or ;3a^ 

•:*yO&o2a o^^ ?3\x^ 

HHH '" '* 



THE TRIUMPHS OF AMMON THE FIRST. 424 

.^iw^'i ^y^P l^P^ ^'M^ .^ ooo! ^ya ikamM? 

yoa^ ^ ^mK^o .yook'ss^l lii^ ;^Vt3 Hi .^isxjk 
.;jN9^ ^*aua 3X3 9u^9 aoAa '^osao .cnisAfib ourui 

^aSja ^'i* ^ai o2 ^^ diss a^^ v?^''^ -i^^^i^^ 
^ih l^f\n 3^ ^Am .oooi ^ArtJUMS ^33^ ^ ^070 .0001 

.^^13 ;3^3 ;Li iSa^ .^^23 ^ix ^0^9 ;33m ^o^ ooqf 
<*o^ ^^? ^9^ \AMisy 07^0^ -07'«;**3^ \^^^ 9^ >^a 



0^3 ^ l^^^ JttoV\n ^9 ^ psuti :au^ ;oa) ^*2 
?,i ^c\ 679M .?,t*WiitS o^JcAi ^^^:9p 393 oor .^0302 

^3*is^ Jl^ M<7roq3'23 iV^^yo .loaj ua]oS^ ^3 Js^m 
obad J^ 990 .^'m ^ 99 ^ft^is&i Aioiid wor9^i .eoo? 

t^Ad ska ^o .;^oi^o^9 apaSt s^ds ^looas .U«^ 
Ja yooj^^ >^l39A^ M0)e .w^9)| tAosyi^b ^jkA .>^oI 



423 THE TRIUMPHS OF THE BRETHREN IN THE NITRIAN DESERT. 
Foll93a.ii^ O^? ^k^ ^ '^i^fi* ^?'^ C^ I OA^O .f^ >^^,? 

C^bfttit -^9?) ^0^ ^3 ;!ifib ^O .u,^ .3^3 o\o7^ 

5U2 ;:i33^ ^3 .OAOT .. isX^ )^ JQ90U*3 l^^t.'SO ^OX*3 
X' ' i' • ' * i'* V^ " V^^* ' ' I • ^ I I • 

^O .03^ 'C^ O^ ^07X^0 -^ 033^is2 ^^L^ ^3 

.^^o2 ^ ^s^ ^? "^P .Jl3^23 ^oA ^393 

'V?^ \1A07 ^3oi0 .^isx^a ^ "Soa^^i ;S ;3.sa9^33o 

^303 ^3 ^^oLiso >^34 ^e^?2 yOO^^a ^or ^3 

*:*^9u1mO ^siiuapi ^oioauai) ila .A v^o^ 2^oubo;s6 



<*uQ}oakA^3 X>f\ ^^ ^^ ^C^ ^o^*> 
^303 ^>'A^ifi> 0733 .^3^2 Jg>o\t\,A h^2 ^3 ^&^j^ 

^o ;3^2 j^ ^o .4*f- ;!x>^ ^ OUX3 .;.3i>i^ 

^3baho 9A >^33mi ^ ;fr»po«»aao OOOI ^sislbos ^X^i \a&^1 

;33m^ ^30^3 ^is^^^o .;49eA^,? ^'^9^ ^07^^ 

JlfiSnO^'i ^J^^mS? V?^'^ ^}^ -^'^?^ ?*(ifaX ^0^*33033 
^OTiap ;u2 yOjitM sjy^ 39 .^sislbo ^3^0,33 ^'3m2o >^9uMi 
yOOpJap .^ ^^^\ t^^ ^ ^^^ ?^ .^>fiUo3 ^ 
^)^ ^3 ^'3m2 .0^2 ^*!^9 ?^3m2 .]Lbp ^^ ^,? 

^^NfiiA ^3 ^'3m2 .7t>y,i3 ^ OOO! ^oSjia ^0^0 .oS>!S>^ 



THE TRIUMPHS OF THE BLESSED FATHERS. 422 

.^'^^ ^,?^ ?^? ^^^^ii vjl'X?* tt*^?? o^^*2 JK^Xb 
Miii^oa^b .^90! ^*^ 9u03 ^I'l^V? ^oTO^o -^,?4*^,? ^^^ 
;i«oopi ^^iia^ '^aJ^ V^';^ U^ ^^-^.'^ <^W^ ^^\ 

^o^ ^4>^o -^991 ^^^^p »!^»N>»i 3^^ woro'^Mdjpo 

.;ftsoor ^^^ ^e .;!i!»3 ^^a^^ ^^^^ "^^ ^P .^aMlo 

^sa 99 ^JS3 ^?^ U^ojo .jQ9oA^3i^ <^^? ^ojda^M 
)S^3 .JiLM 6syM,6sxl .^l»si >SAh3 ^3^ .A .oIVH^? 

^fiso .;i(Du^3A A*^303 ;3^2 .;is3o^f ^x^s ;3m ;is39^ 

:auA3 ;>ysi3e }\i\f? ^3^ -^??7 )^<^ ^*r^ "7^^ >^ 

%^;d^33 ^ou3 x^ loa\ ;&39 -^*!i^ ^001 

9A .;I&3>iM ^33 .^^l3 J.or ^^>*^S^ ^ ^3 m07 ^3*^ 



421 THE TRIUMPHS OF THE BLESSED FATHERS. 

auQsla ^h^2 "piioo .^tLaS Saaio aa .^Ibbo Wb ^ Z i aa ii 

.^3m^ opkSvaa ^auMMO ^2».^^n> ^JSo^'i ^i^l (^2 ^pm 
;^ y007^o?^i5^ bV^iaoa ^^2 .ooo) ^a^ ^fr^o'^io ^^^^? 
jl2 SA^ ;li0 .^L^^AJ^ ^ao^f ;fr»;T^^(n» ^ i^\ -^?^ 
%^ai^ ^l o^iia .^oJlAa Jot |l^«^ ^^^ "^ ^^ 
wMSCSbo a^ta <si2 ^^a ^o; .^Iji^ ;!^a ^2ll2l^ ^P^'"^^ ^c^^ 

■y«ba,»(iy» ^aio^S ^?^ ^^i^ ^^'a ^^^i .^Saakbo ^o;!!^ 
^X*i ^o^o .^^a^opo ^liap .^ uooa^^a oj^oaoaao 
?aLa>.0 M^or aJa ^a^ol ^2 .MoroXnait aJia aiiiQ» uboa^s 
btljCMa .^aa ^ ;ooi uQ>Qs*,aaoJda \y,y ;^2 ..^J^^JQ9bo 
.^aaaao ooo; ^Ad&a ^Q»I^ >\yy .ottoS ^ o^ ^o:s 
^o^S aA^ ^^2o .%yA ^isa ^or ?ti>,hSa ^v/Sv)2 ;i^ 
.^au ;S>baS< ;i^ao ;i^o2 A? „Ss.S ^ 4^i^? ^^^1 
.^ix^ mS^ >L2i2 .3^^ a ^m9^2 ^or^^'is ^ttMboSa ^07 
^o^a ^ox ^_>i.oro '\\'rs ^i*Sf? ^e^9^ \S>H ^^9 

F0I. 192^. ^ !pM? >^ I ^^,?^9 -^$^^il ^t^? H^ "^^ '^^^ 
;isij3f L^ ;aMi *>^ ;ooi k^ ^».Sa>3 ^oT^ia .;^^ 
^*iixba*2 Xk'x^L ;adia^ ^j^ V^ .;Io7^o U-flo^^ ^i^ 



THE TRIUMPHS OF PITHYRION. 4 20 

;S ^3 yOO^bs .U^ ^^o }paM wQ>il y^ ^H .^sj; jS^l 
^aAi .^»*io'ih ^ o2 .^S^ 99 ^i^ -^'^ ^^V^ 09^ ^t^^ 

•>^;kq^j3 0001 y>iitfia»y**> l^^ 

opaxa .yool^ ;oo! JS*2 ^ ^a ^i : ??'»'\it> ^a>MM ^3i^ 
^033 ^2 loo] aoL iSf^A^ .I90) yia V'^\f!> i^^ 99? 

^So U49\'? Oj6s^O^ ^^? \iAOf ^30^ 5^ -^9*?? 

i\^ s^aio^oj^^ ^^oisal t^2 ^9f3 .07,9^*^9^^ >ia*ift\,i2 

^t*V»rti3 ;oub JK«23 .;oo7 smIo .«S^ ^^M^^ ^9^? ^isSo^ 
.^iis^opp ^isac<>3^ }iK3u^ v5^^ vi^-^ ^?^ -^-^fr^ 

670*3^ 1^2 1 jl2 ^9&3 sA^ >^d \a .^orJS^^S ^ y a^ t FoL 1920. 
^a\^ .^^s^^iiS ^oaffrt \Ah .^Aibb .oa^ ^SfO -?3>S^ 
.^o\qa2^ ^oub a^ 00] ^ .^«ovioua^ id2 yOpaJk^^» 
.303^4 oiobb^ t^ia 001 »Aty> .o^A^a Ma^xaoa ^2o 

^,a o&of "^^3^ ^<J^9 ^V^^ ^9V ^.^^ ^? ^^^ ^'^ 

ojisSoA^M moi Mia ;sooi auif^o .?n,tTtMiMio ? n 4 "ixiiB 
^■1 ' «' '•* ^i'* '" ^' ♦♦ .'» •"» 



419 THE TRIUMPHS OF EVAGRIUS. 

.;o^i ys'yJti ^tistitjh aa ^^l^^a lisoa"^ ^oai l^ . 3A< \y3 
^ ^ia Sat N.|u* -^?f? ^UAO ^3tL*3 It'Saod ^a^ui 

^ l^'isxso 99 .;x?jj^m ^i^lo ^07 5^2bo ^or 
;La;L!^ oi^^ X3 wt07o\a,bo o^JLli :auixi .^ciu ^6s 
k^i ^i^^ibaiio ^^ ysk .Morottiosi ?i.tot\o .^ac^a ^,?9\!^ 

.JOoSoho -h^^O .902 ^i ^*39 yOO^i^^ ft^\t 
<*^90^ .M^OAO*;* 



*:* UQ>«3\j029 wOyAV*gl<* 

^oo! N.2p .^aSo ly^fao ^yaSk^ .uQvaX^oA t^2 ^oJS ^im 
eackSrib ;Lia^OiQ)a ?\I<sj ^ -?^^ ;bLxeu*a ^aiiao^ 07!^ 

;» l6s3Ui ;^oaa .;aao2a ^ai^a aii^Sio 5^2 .;!i^ ^^^da 

;^ ?' > ^^in » ^'3^2 ^a )ifio ■?^a>t.y ;l^o ;^ o^' ^^? 
^^x^ ;oo7 aadbo aA .;a^Ib9 ;'a3oa iSi^ Ji^ lom ahbi 
.000} ^ax&wfiitti ?*Bio«S ;iS %oo^ ^a ^ll'^o .^^OAbOAOp 



GGG» 



THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA OR, ISAIAH, PAUL, &C. 4 1 8 

^0X3 a*Ak^l ^aoitf ^^o .i^p ^l** XfkJbfl^ aja 
eo/ ^ ^^>!^^o ^o^ ^^^? ■^J'-'T^y o2 ^ao; ^o^i^ ^S 

^cHI ^^ aisaa }o^i J^ ^^\ :^07^ 3»j| ^a ja^o^oh 

^lAflp oof ;\n^^\ .Jlll^ Uaj ?*nS>v< ^ ?j^9 '^ ^? 

.^03 vior y<M .OOpbkCL^ Wa OOaJJ m3 9A .0)^oS 

o^ ^'i ;^ogy*HiS>t'7 t^^jLxo ^SbaJlk, oof ooi ^m^ ^s^ 
ifSl i!S'^2 >«^ 3Mib9 9^ai .^^aiiaoa ^ bOs^ . QmI .jqso^q^ 

3b»^3 ^001 yM kAsisa .o\^\i jlldMiio O^sisl lifiyid 

.. on^io ^03^ V*^ ^qXa . 3>i03 o^^aadi ^*3oi3 ^ ^SAoI 

«A ^001 ^sisbs ^ou\a 3tf\ ^^^ .JS^dSjsJI ;S ^Lai 
^ ^ii^ "pokd^ l^y*^ '^a ^.iM .Zslil^'t ;^C3auo 
uOa ^ '''*<^9 \tlj^a :a,>bA^o >^o^i3 .2 ^2 .fsoo} 

;&2 ;i|93 ^ ^^isM ;Ai9 A^io .;3as0i«;3 ^9^3 ^ 

}eL^o .^fSi9^ «A ;ooj ;aS ^o^Sis ^>L^ ^ii 4o^i^ 

5^Xm ^i^ mU^3 ^ orSOTOA >^<>^^3 ?.»\v<a ^^ vA ^Oqf 

.ft^^kijbc m>^ aci ;o^i ^ ^^^? ^;ac ^ .^b^ao ^ 



191a. 



417 THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA OR, ISAIAH, PAUL, &C. 

.;j.'3m2 «3o^ ;3J3;;o -;^,?? ^2 ^ ;oa) ;oL^ •^^^ 

wMfikSboa tOqS loo] 3^29 wt^o; .?Mtt>ia'i 00^0^.079 ^9^29 
aao -loiip ^iiOikOpo'^ ^^^ ^?^ *^^? -^^ ^3fii9ibp 001 

Foi. 190^. *:* jaAor ^ooro ^29 ?.<^>fci | ij^6i Ui!i^ fya^ 

<^^9oiS» k^o&o jQio^o^e 9jide2o 9e2 ^i Jtua9 m07oL^;i;i«^ 
. Q^^ Atiy .kOQ^o^o ^^2e 9o2 ^l ^o\ ^^s 

^2 .^9 l^aik i^ AaflOJQ>39 5^2 <[99mi3 yO0^^3^ OOO) 

^90^ 9w^ 9>^bf>\ eooi ^f29 .;iLbaX^o ^:^o ^*32 
.^o*<ii'ao .^^ .0071^0 ;oo} btsUiSo .u£^oa ^oo! oTbaxb .^LsS 

t^i^ )^9 ^jo -O^^ ^ J!3>^a ^CUil >^99m^ 09k^20 

^l 1^ ^\ .962 ^32 ^07^ 9dp2 40;^^ ^ iCLba mOToI^l^ 
>^09^ ^,?^ <^9^ A^^< A?9 -'^crro^ ;9of Jio^i ^ 
^ri^ksjl '^^^ %*^^ -^?9^? ^9^? Amm3 -oor 3^29 
ad^koo .jsooi ;fud 6;Ju99kbaL^ ^09 9a ,?n>Vl,y>9 11^2 



GGG 



THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOTIS. 416 
JaoL So^A^ O^ dK*007 >^ .0007 09u«oi }3Q& iko^^t^^J^ 

;So O^S ^2k^ .?M>t*1ft ^QX«9 OJ'nt'1 yt'Vl ^^jKM ^o 

iJssA ofMO .;xm ;^ ^9^^^^ ^ ^^^ 9^0 .^iKfiLx 

? i i »> i>tt\ o^ 0007 ^f^lo .^o^i^ ouboio oLa .^aj ^sMoa 
J^ 0007 h*o2k» .JopliA > tmh.JM yjsko ^oaab ^3 mS 

« • >," '^'z \ t , m § , urn V|'" • 

.J^oL^a 9k^ Ok9k*o; ^o^ K»eo7 aoL | aa ^smmI ^^i ^oJS foI 190/7. 
^jiiflL^ too^ ^3M2o .0007 ^^a^ .oo^abis^ 3i^ %a&ot 
^oaols^ ^o9m.^2o .^is&i ^tM'ia^ ^^^ .^Vl'.l^ \^^\ 
..00^ ^«3^i^ 9u^a oXatio ..oisii ^>^'fia^ ;sxAb .^xa^^ 
<*^LMJboa oi^a*9re ^aisa .007^ o^o 
;<^;Is3a 5t*2 .;isaL«ait >^oaa «A lorn is^l >^ai ^2 do^ 
yA^ a^i H>fty e .^iuoa ^ %^^ 0007 ^^la .;^2a 
l^\k 6^ ;oo7 caiVo .^^JL* ^ J(&2 ;oo7 A^ .0^ ^007 
^m i^l .m9^2 ;lS litorcuVataia .^1^ fiA^S ;:0aL^o .t^92o 
^ >V?isx2a ;aaa2 .^cnoko^^ ^Xjssbo aA .;AaJ3b uod 
o'or op(^ ^o^ ;^ aae .0007 ^»Lik i^ i^i y^ .,^sil 
07S hfib^a:^a ;oo7 ^$o .^ o^is^io ;jsaJ.S oji^^ 'l^^ 
.^ol OOP 0^0 .^or ^0070 .?uyoia ^907^10 ^JKp!^9bfi} 



415 THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOTIS. 

.^oa^p y6ok6sr\k^ >\\,y An -y^^ ?^oio ^uSiSa 

^9 ^,?t^ }^^? ^,?^ OOr A2 >^9JK0U ^ ^09fo\!^ 

Ji^ 6seai ^'S^ As -^2 ^istto .oa^OMii ^kb .96^ 

V" ^ » ,. ' ^,t '^ ' • ' ' II I II \^ III • "^ f • » • 

^9f3 ^.?^ <^^ ooo) ^»t 1 >^ ^-^^a ^A>Mbp^e .oooi 
^o79mm o?\(>\o ,;[!^!aaf3 ^007 ^?^^bo aJ^ ^o>t .0007 

■kOO^ b*9 ^abb2 .«ooj9^ tjiw >l^M>p ^ 0001 ySotSmoff 

F01. 1893. ;^or )!!^ ii^lo .^o^i ^oA ;^ai^or vf^ I ^^^ vi? 

■^^yS^jKy ^ 99 ^,? vf^c|/ -vf9^ ^^ ^'^^ ^^?^? 

^oo;& ^o7J^03iio*or 5^23 ^lA^ 9A0 .M07flbA3k£ab ^ 0007 

woraStafo ^i^ ^i^' yoyoiVN»/ v?^5!^ ^fii .^oA 

Uof ^o^ ^9^9 '^<>V>\sJ3 ^t29 '^92 ^o^ ^ Xiis* 

;a3!k^ ^^ ^"^^20 ;&i*,9^ ^f3 9y\ ^ ^A0'07 ^^M^ 

iS9ii»2o ^alsa ;soS NiA^JS2 .;Ioo79^ M07a*oa2o w*o7c u o* rt 29 
9a 2901^ dp ^S^S t^o^o .^9 ^901 o9mi2 ..00^ 

JQ90\a2O .^90; JSO07 9AO .^is9M9a ^OO^Of ofs ^29 0*007 



THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOT IS. 414 

-i^o ;i0uA ^<^ 9A .^ofx lya^ioa l^a^ y^^? ^a^2 
ao!s '^o^ ^^1 or^^ ^ -^^^ 990 .7i>Vyi3 o^Qst^io 
yO^a^a mOTO^^^ 3aL? V^ .?i*i» ^ojb ^aua 07S ^o^ ^93 

y^^aii ^>:»i3 5^i .>^'So3 ^07 5^j?o ^070 .U^a^ t^f^ 

.^^oL y^QAia ^aoitf ^aoitf ^ ^ .;ba ^ak>» ^ .^ 

?.t*a{h 007 ^01 ^07 ^ ^oo) ^&JK^ 990 -^90^ ^307 
\i^iii\ ^or i^ 99 •'^^^ ^^^? ^ ?^ ^ .uoduaBob 
aA .;^aQboa^d ^a^^ ;fM .5^a 990 :^92a ;oo) ^^kboaid 
oj^ "^^^^o -^^ ^^M^^? <''^,? ^^ock^oa Sit ^i^ puiQ> 
;bA«^oSa 07^ xpio .073.^ t^^k^ ^id p^ ;3A ^a^i^o .^o),aa 
:s2l ^l -;3^Nap? 71,?^ ^f;i3^ ^fti Sipat )S .lif^ 

itlhoja *>^a ^i ^ ^^J(ii ?^SiM ^07 990 .^f^a ^i» 
.;:!!L^ ^^a 9wM ;;^oa ^<i^ 39 ^o^o^abd ^iba m^&jkjI 9^ 

.^ ;3i!0o ;I2aojb eo7 ^li^o .;lS^ 007 ^f^a .;&:» \\,ya 
.aoTaisua ^ ;^o ;S 'Jb .^ ^;[o jQ»dua3aO ;3i ^a 4^ 
puaisiss A? .^d^o^ia ^o7*L^^ ^osyi^ayd a^^a ^a ^o 



413 THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOT IS. 

007 As3^ ^;> PA .;AS of^ ;oo) ^kM i^^ l^Soi^p 

ajap^le .y^ fsoS ^ai i^ ^ ?4^o .^a ^^^9 ^^ 
^Mo2 ;:K07ldo^ ;:K;Llli^o .^aoil^ ;»b^ 1^0^^ o7«oSo 

.1^1 pL ^^ ^o^o <*m07oS.^ ooo) ^307A>.bp ;!i^ tSi' 

A? -<^f^9 loo] ;^9 ;^i iSa .^fSa^o .loaj ^a&io 

. U4o\ 007 001 lorn iSi'isJLso *>loa] w^isj^p ;,\>*«i. > 

;fyMb .3^'2e ;>33^ ^ bdl& 39 ^^1 ;^iS uo\o bo i ^a\ ^'\ 

;isio^ ^SX^Saa o2 .^2 a^;&? ;^^ ;i^9 ^i .^w^ 
;'a^ 4^ ^,?3>$^ ^^>f|^? -^?^ ^'^ '?9^ <[.?^ ^^^ -^^>^,? 

MOiea;!^ ^ ^^^9^^ -^^^ ^?^? ^ ^^ ^^'^? -^^ 
3u\ ;xm ;£S^ .07&3^oAa ;3ovo ;eoi ;o^9 .^jco^bbi? 
^ 0^3 ;oo7 wt'aaoia >^oabo ^ aoS ;JSo^JN9 ^S 
. a^ais ^oA l^^^ -l9^ ^^^ ^mo'yJaSis^ :;^a^3 ;w3 
;iuaii ;Aar ^a oojo .^oaj (aaoiftoo o^jJap? ^2 -^2 
.a»2 <7)^S\^ ^o6a ^o/ ^ ;oo) ;^issap aa .jaoa5a«ti 

;^o^ ;]A07 ^iojb ;^?f^ ^9 .o^^as ;aa}k ^.a^io 

^ aa^ a^ ^ooi ^a .;2'»'.^^fl>a ^OMiisSa 5^2 MOieauba^is 

- ,ap lorn Mi«ab93 eor }o^aa \aa .JSoo] ^ofo ..^ox^ 



THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOtIs. 412 

ojj/^o -oj'yaJti ^3^e?9 -^^^3^^?? l^^{^ ^^^ ^1^ 

.op UQ>*^9 O^ I loO] ^ 007 ^i ^3 OOJ .^aa033Fol.i88<; 
.jllA jlsif i\i\h O^ «30;*fta9 4o^i ^ ^g)ft^S.<x ^4^? 

^9 oj^ is*oo] aoL ^liA .fulll oboXacb ;dvodu>^b ^« k&i 

^a 5^ 07^ ;^2 .;c^ liii ;o^ isfti ^oiA ;^a 
eo] ^3^? iVyy .^07^2 ^ ^*\S,t* ^1 ^ .^oisisb is&i 
^o>d6s3 ^2 .|i3>3f3 ^ \>\h ^ vao^o .epjf ^liOMiSboe 
;o^i ^ 9p;u ^«u: ft^^ .0^ Voj^ uS^ aao .^^om o^Sa 
oraMiio .«3oJS ;^QVkdu«3 aoAa AS'V'ia J^ai iLia ^is^ 

p^ ^o .^AX ^^'^ o^ai' ^^ ^9.^9 -^^?^ o^oio 
aH .Jlo^^i pya apoMlo .a^^yoS ac^ o^is*2 .^ulx ^^ 
^3db ;l3^ -^>'^ ^\ J^^ .aoAs ?,iOi>Mt ;uba ^2 



41 I THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMO T ] S. 

.;^o* ojS 3tbp^ ;o79 l9^ 3Lao .\bisisbo %S l^mpAa 
l^bol S>it ^oti .^^Lstao Sioau^ <'7^AX3? '^ 3^iio 4^ 

.or^aoa >^ ^o ,>^\y>Sb ^ >^Ab ^a a{s looj pub 
;^fM }3oro .^yJoS \L^ ^b^ MM&a Ae a^bi^ ;^o 
o\,o79o .^3k£b ^adaLa .oo^SaiS ^soo; :soo} ^akl^2 

Foi. 187^. i!so 'li*i^ ^a^ ?t*oti I 073 ^>M^o ooo] ^idoudo .007^ 

;^2^ bfto\)Oioi^\\^<v ;3i^ o^ uoro;^ 990 .;oo! >^.i> 

;abax9 ;X2 Jaof mo? ^? -07^ 0007 ^^ -^^?^ ^ 

i6^o .^S ^\^^^ yoxl ^au*2 -^cr o^ aa ^a ^cn 
07^0^ ouob ?2'<[i.(0 ^bojiMO .mO^A:^ ouooia oSaisiQ>2 
.^00} o^a^a yioioauba^is ^ ay^a iks^ai^ \iiO .opieS'isislo 

.op loo) ^ab ^a4^ '??^9 -^ ^9^ ^^? ^h^^^ 
^ lofil istS t^f^ba^ ^ ^a .o;l^ aM2o q±b:io J^^o 
oar >^*bo b*a 007 .ai5a ;11^ ;a.d^a isii ^^sl o2 .^aa 

.A isA >^^ ^^ 3^ ^2? .^eoi;; ;^dbo piia ;a^ 
laiil pauO AjkK yi^io .^aa ?toS>i'7 ^riiabX ^,a^ 07S abpl 
.o^a^ k\^ ^aaoK .abb2 ^ao/a laMboo .o/^oS isii t^fia 
.^aseio '^s^a ^o^A^ ^A^ ^^ ^9^ ^t*o'>6a ^a ^oA^ 



THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOTlS. 4IO 

^o\tt ^9 o&or 4001 ^k3^b l^ojso^ o^fiSi o^i^iibd 

.0^ }ooi sbbkM ^fl\i£i23 ^itaal^o ^9o2 o^ob^e .mOTOm^ 

.liscH^o ^aS ^30^ .;u^<n>aa ^ loo] 6s^ slip ^^^l 
ai^ lorn <ya\fp ^^;^9ie ,^aioiao>]b loo] ^oibo ^\^ oi^ 

Mixa^is ^of v^ K^la 00^2 .0^ 3i^j| -^i^p I ?*>^ft a>rA foL iSj^z 
ara\*w ^ofa .0^ 9^2 b«3 om .msS o2 .^2 AJi^a ^^^, 
aisai ^ .vA oaAS 9ip;^9 ^3^ •5^ ^2 ^i§4*^9 >5^ i^l 

.;o^2 ^^,!>3 ^^^^^ ^T^p^^ 3w\ ;i^or .^ooi ^^ksc;; 
9mi^ '^ixLhp yooi^ ^kb ;:)B3 ;\d3 3kb0j;e .^393 5^ 

eor ?^ ^^? '"PJ^ ^mjqx^ \«iaa>^n o2 .^ks b2 ^i^aB3^2 

isboXs ^2 02 MAij6i^2 9yi^ ..007^ >»\*1tt't 3A .>^^ 
#• » » «i » , , y^ ' \< • » # » 

;3fii>boS oif,aI^i ^9\ tt>? ^ '^^A ouidco .0001 ^fbojas 
5^2 .ovCDpA^o oiisxbAX^ lorn ^^Jk9 5^2 ^920 ;oo7 ^ 

MOroLbOiSk ^29 ^9S<OiQ}S ^901 ^{io .^933^ ^ ^OOI 

}iaUM9 <^xb9 -^'^P ^^ ^9^ "T^ai^o -^ ^^\ i^\ 

i^yy .?AVi oO^ <^^L^k9 ;9oi ;^^ x^9 \\,'y .tsooi 

. 9M9 o)^\» ^907 TtVyyi 99 »39^o .^isaba ^JSo&9iura 



4^9 THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOTIS. 

.0^ ooo) ^>boais^ ^^4^ M^o^?^ V? ?9 -^^^^^^ ^^^^ 
^oo! ^o .^2 )S^d ^oo^ >!^<a>bo ^^ o^ ^oo^ ouaiio 

uobo .?i^So.S ^07 J^ ^tldto :3»^2 .k^\* ^>b 

.^9^0 ^:soS^ .^ ^^^ ^^ ^?.^9 .MM&isis^o ^:>V^? 
JsS^ ^isdie .yOop ;^3 3a ^3^33 I'iJOAfi loo] Sduisjoa^ 39 
;^eaiA*ar liso^lp ^oo^kb ;ooi ;&^ 3k^ .^is3k>^ ^^^ ^t^ 
^^ ^oo; ^is .^sAo L^X* ^ 3ao .^issk^s ^aA^o* 0^0 

;4kP3 U*X^3 .^.aclko ^3 o^ ooo) ^Sibobis^ .pa^ ^ 
390 "^3^ ^2o -'^s^^ MOioSo^i ^e^e -^^^^ ;^oS*323 
.^oo^jk ^07.^04^3 ojji^ 0001 ^*^ .>^3ola^ o^ ^!^ 
ov^ «^f2o wtl^o .^'>m2 ^is>ou ^ioa: 90:^ ^or iso^ uo-Oo 
uoisx2o .^3mm2 ^ilx A^KX ^3^3^ 07a ^is ;oo7o .;3k3&baiS 
'^\ ^aa»S .^o^, ;Uo/ 007 .^dibOS ^3 >^3 ^C7r069^ 
390 .^007 WMaisi3p uOr03J(a23 >M.23 ;£d!3 3iM t^ -^^^ 

.^007 ^2l %!30^ ^oro .^oo! sdu^Asboo ^3Q^o lorn i^^ 

^30m ^ 4^ ^9^0 '^^ >^ ?9 .;i3uM2 ^hip 3u.^ ^,?^ 
07S |00) ^OMibOO ^3J33^ ^ ^4^9 4?iSf^ ^?^9.?^ ^^ 
^3ud .;097 \3^ m'i>^ .o!^f^3 ;2l^Lje9^0 .O7^o\*32 

sckO .^ sda^isisid opM 2^0 .3m>^ 2ioA^ o!^o^ v*3 2oai 

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'^oia ^A^oa^ ^o^!^^ ^o^bafbo ^oo! MOie^2o '^^^p ^a^^ 

iSao -^bi ^ ^3^.33 ;>^2 0907 ^oxb iVv^y .o^g^^e 
390 .sja^6^ l^^>^ ^^ ^^^'^ A? >\yy -oooi ^.a^ibo'bao 
Ua^i? o2 .^is*3^ <^^ 3^^ ^? "^9? ^ ^9^ ^^ 
MQjb .^eoi m«a>x» .^liio Jsduaa do^k ;i^io .^da^ ^e^s 

.;oo7 "SLX^^^p 99 -^Om ^cp }b^|^ ^^^ X^i^ ^?^ 
k^ii^t ^^ ^9^ uoie^l 990 .90^9 ^bA< ao^ ;siib9 

^9 .0^^ 9^'2 99 JU2 ^^^9 ;^Ob093 ;9mO .'^OU >Wh 

^ ^;[ .;aL3 ;;jtto\ ^ ;9o^o 29or ;4q\^ 5^ %^,m^ 

;&«^e6 wmoSi^ .;9l^ ^=P9,A ^^9^ ftAVMytaS isii ^^ 
^0/ o^ 5^ 9^^o -?M*xvi ;a>S>y9 uoro^9ij ^^^? • 
.^09^3 o^ i^Atl .«^«baab ^9m» oojo .?%V^\o»o A*m 
.^^Sab9 ;jso9093 07S ;ooi ;^^909 oof o^ ;ooi ;eui9oo 

* ' ' * « II" ,1 - l» » " * / ' ,' ' 

9^isisji 990 .^o>^ \Sisxi9 o^ 9^9 •^>^? ?^ 

^biolo MO|QM9Jb ;saJd 99 ;iolo ;s9a Jo^ o/f*. •oI^AX ^ 

.is*is;; 3^2 ^o .5^1^^ ^o .^hm hSi ^oL ^ ;93i^ .0^ 

mO^ M^oba ^2 ;S3 i^l .^2 ^bl ;!lS qi^ bbp'i -^Xi2 ^o 
.oo^AV 9 ^akd S^o t^f2 .0^ 6^0^; 9ao .^is9k^ «A 



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407 THE TRIUMPHS OF KOPRIS AND PETARPEMOTIS. 

ii^ Ssi lom ^i? oor ^i? ^m ^t3;<&o 9m\ ;oo) 3^02 

85^.;00) :9^,3ibO ^00^ X^9 ;^ I ^I^I^S ai^2 ^ ^Sl 

.uQaoai^oij ^oo] o^baxb .jLauail |laa^ ^iw ^5 ^o^ 

2l!^ ^^ loaj la^ 9a ^oo) aoL ^2l!!^ ^V^? ^^ 
.^9m ^ fc i ija ^b ^^t^o .lorn hiia ^y^l ^^o^jso 

O^ ^oiu ^Opi ^2S .JNisAait ^ ^^^^ ^V^? u070>3039 

aa 007 .0^ ^oisx2 i['i|L^ ^i^i aJao .^oroitf ofiiy Jo? 
usi ^*?S^*t5V .^oo) ;xbodaiap a^u^ya ;ikOa^JKM ^,9^ ^ 
ooo; Mo;Qbopktt9 ^X*! \^o >ojSk*9 uoto'sdioa \Si ^ 9>^^? 
.oo^i'aaopa ^ati^b m^2 .^'xbai I6so0i la^6so ^'hoy 
^990 )^ Zia .S 9bb2o ^e .2&baboo 2oo7 ^Msisbo 
;i^Q\<aio ^'iaop ^o^ .MJ^o\*3io w^a ^3^309 Moro>y.2 
Jlooi 0^0 .\istiy!A \ar^m jd2 x\ %om M. -^'itt ^07?^? 



THE TRIUMPHS OF ISIDORE. 406 

,lom xpi ^00^ i3o^ ;&3m^o .;au9 ;3ls«S ^oa^ ^ 

Mxaxiy y^a .^aiisojbs mOToSi^ isli^^j^ isAia .loaj xol 
^ \Ai) \«aor ofiLai .o^ h^aildK^a yX*i^ 33Jdbo 

.3e>*A3u2 ?nft^3 ^3u3^ uQsu^a^a dp «3e^ ^9^ 
.^oj^aibM ^^^9 ^^\^ 'If^^^o Ib^ ap JS*2o >o7o^ 

9k^ ;x&tt ;i^;; .;oo) jo^ j^ ^9,?^ ^e^b9 ^otj^so ^20 

o2 ubo^ ju29 ;oa) JOax i^p .;Ii<9^ ^qS ^oo! ^^2 
^y^i ?afiU ^N? ^7^^ ^9^ ^209 ;LA ^ ;;^2 .^o^a, 
6Sl^ X^ ;&or 0073 -^od& A ^^ ^o .opjipkAoii poS 

^3oa yoop ^007 ^07! l^^o .ooo) ^^2p Jjiaai^ 
^*rtdi yoo^s^ ^sbkifi ^3 ^9^ .^so^Sjca yoa{^ lom l^o 
^op ^«^3 ^^2 I'i^^io mUi>\? ?j^a5 ^*^9 ^9^ 



405 THE HISTORY OF EULOGIUS. 

oiS bOliiQ) oo!o .^\S>^i ^y^yavA ojilitip ^xk^ .3utl5 
.o^i^isx2 ^3^ ^07 0^9 .Jtau OCT ^a^ia OjO^o -^ao^ 
liAti a^ao '^^!^V^ ^0^0 ^„3^o ;^o2!^^ ^o^^ ?>^ 

;isoiM» 007 i^l ^y^ai .;aS ?^^ U^ ^2 ^3 aa .;ocr! 

Jai^ 9^2e oi^oS :ad ;^;!^o .^^oaaa yA^tjo a ^^^^9 
.'pa^^ i^!^^ y^isis2 .;i3o\ ;:3(A 02 ii«sKbo ^ ;is 
;«al& .^o^ahib ^^boid ^Isa -^a^ ^^^ ^^i^? V^*^ 
;3or .is&i ^a eoi ^07^9 .^o^'Sajcaa ^^Axo ^o^lbo^ 

990 .i^m U^io 9&J3 ;Im poAa 9uji ;»ouo .y3iL2 ^ 

?t',«th ^Lb .qi!^ mOO) (a«SAb ^2 ^oi^ ;oo] ^^Kxap 
;iL&b .Q&010 .op^ :aXi2 .07^0^ 0^2 ^ ^S \sri p A*2 

:aii bdS^^oMs .ojisQ^ 9^a ^ .M07o;fM ^t^Al^ ^or 
<*;o7^i^ ^.^oinxbob ^^Sbpo ^aita ^3o\ 

<*^oi^a moioL^i^ eibo\x<* 



*:*\a^o2 ;j^Q\a woroLL^^*> 

;:ia^b oof .\q^o2 o^b ^aS ;3;dA:tl ;ii3u*2^ ^ofis ^9m 
^b^a ^oroias ;aor 5^ia .^o^SA ;3.3aaa ;oo7 ^^ibob 
^aiaoO^b -Ik'aMM ^ 9m 9m JS^a U*^? ^^JH:? ^^'i -^ 
^9u^^b ^aL* ^fbM ^^^^^ ^*i^f ^07 0070 .;oo7 ^bJJbB 
Ml aa ^oa2 ;^o .U^pjiio ^^Lax ;9a2S .Q^ati^Jk^ 



THE HISTORY OF PArilNUTIUS. 404 

lim .^Sjx ^^^b iV^ ^f ^^ 'r^^ VP ^^^? ^H^? 
.^xolo }^^4 v^*^y ^'?f "^^^o '^^.?^ ^"^p^? ^ 

jQ»45io ;»el3 Silvio l>kO^^ ^^^P ^o .or^MQaE» ^t'^P^ 

;sl'ait ^ cii^Sp M070i*a«^b o^ ^o^k ^007 ;^ -^o^A 

;^3 ^>^^^ iN^^ ^?? -^ '^.l "so^ ^oT^i A^o .:aui^ 

^aoii^ ;^9 'U$o!i^ Sj^oi ^ .isii ^3 0^3 ^ao^ SA^ 

;oo) al^^isbos .;o^i ^ >^,^? ^39AOa^2 l^6s y^ 
UB»*^^ ^ ^901 ^wi3 -^i^^ '^^ ^^,?? v?^'^ t*V^^^ 

^op ^iio ^3JQ>^ .07is*3 ilia ^ ^07 0079 -^3m1m ^^o 

.oiS 'xclo 4^ ^3^^ ^3 op? .&ii aiifjs^ ^ ^a ;&of 
.alSt hsiol ^o\o '^3^ *^>^ U07 ^ 091 ^*29 ;i2 23o» 

^o^e .6^2 5C^or^» .^SAi^'Si J^aja yi^aoA ;!»ab^b 

'^m ubou ^'smA ;xor ^2 ;i^;; .is&i ^ait^^ ;^ ^^^Isilbax 

^oS M» ^Aii aisa .. aisittb I J^op ?M>tioS ^ isiio foL 184^. 
o)is*9 «4^ ^4^?^ ^^ ^^^ tt<^ 9.?' -^^ ^^} ^'^\ 



403 THE HISTORY OF PAPHNUTIUS. 

.poptj^ ^^oa ^'ytieS )S 9a ,;xaL^ia ;3u;3 ?tiftni o2 

;S .o3ait^2 ;S ^laaos l'^^ '4*^?o .;!i!4A ;bi3i^QjQ3a ^is^ 

^3^ ;o^is ;ijl3^ 5^2 ^07 .^3^^ ;^ ctil ^ ji^oLs 

5^3^^ .0^ 3i^2e 0^3 «^ o^i -<^M^? y.o)e3^e33 

^aj y^ 3u^ .;aikX3o23 oj&aii^ ;v«^o -^cn^ ^ ;«3^ 

.^3^1 d^^^23 .>^S3L^,3 &X3 ^ ;3yM ^3 5^ ^SuiQ)^ -^^^i 

^ ;^2 .^^ A ;^H? ;^i^ ;^93 J(77 .;o^'2 ^iaa^s 
.07S ^io ^3 07^^ Xdixo .o^s^o ;jxSsa s^a J(&2 
i^^^2 ;^ 39 ;&3iSA 073 .^07 ^^ 39 eo7 ^3 ;3aL^ 
3AO -^30\^ otiAL JbkiO ^o\^ ^T^f^ '^'^ 4^ 

.;I9^N^3 ;isA<.^ 0901 a*Mi ^o .;3c^3 ;3diA 0^2 

^O^h9^3 ;li2 .0^3^ ^1,3 ^3 \6i^ ^9^ ^^ 

^soL ^,^ 39 .6^0^ kS^ .Joj >^03A 3^^ A ai2 

Foi. 184a. .03d^3 ;i!»e I .uoro^^ ;i03^ i^ o\if) .^of '^o.sa 

yM*&^is2 .^sii 00/3 ski .3mi 3^^? ^^9? ^^ qLtAay 

;o^i ^ ;oo) ;^ ..SAit o^i^ ^0.32 990 .JS^iajo 

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THE HISTORY OF PAPHNUTIUS. 402 

^o'A ^j^i03 ^>^>fiOf ^Oasto .^ooi ^ip ^oieLl ^ 

;a>abe ;£soS^o '^UaoiJSa ^o^ou^a ;i39 71^ .iS^oJ^^ 
;3ae>3 .;&o;^ ^» 99 .MM&^isl^e ^>ii ^'??? ^'^^o 

;^loei^ ^isiN;;^ Jop .Sbi ;o^i ^o^ ;jso«u3sb ;9^ 

^ oi*v 3i3a o^poip 4oo! S^ lo{^2 ^ Mis .More'aaoa^ 
.qS abo2o ei^oS ^007 ^o^i jL^ ^^^^o .:a^ ^V^ 
.^L^ ^a 007 .^ ^a^? 4[,?07 ^yJ^ ^3 ^^^ is^i ^a? 
or^al^ 5^ia 007 ^aij .o;S«ais3 jLOs aae .ftw& cn^o^ 
.woroS^a o)^ w^io .oj^io ;La^ M&^o .U}iark2 Xaitto 
t^;^ ,7t>yta o^ ;oo! ;^o .Maroi0,3Jb ^ ;aod^o 
5^'a^oo Ibdas o2 ^ a^2a .a^'io ^o^ 001 aA^ ;ooi 
;o^i wi><ae2a 5^2 ^PuIm aJk, ^2l^ ^ .^aaoao ^'i*^ 
UH? -opK^ *^ ^001 a^'2 oof ;a3i^^^a 007 .kSl Aitt 
^*;Lbo2 ^a 99 -^t?^? ^^oac^ ;a2 loi )^o ;i2 ;i^ 
oi^ o^!^ ;i2a .a^2o ji^JS^ 07^ wii -^ }?o} Atlibs 
^a isaM2a ^a X^.y .^aaoa JS^m ^^3(2? -^ ^ooi <i^2 
Jap lai .fS ^l lo^ J^ xsoa ^aM JSaa^s2 Jo^^i 
^S^o .wis^iAS ^ v^adft ^iLaia w^ 6^2 ^<jlx ^^S^ 
.^ ooor ^&» ^<jl3 '^No .0^ I ^^iso^2 aoAs ^<JJ39 foI. 1S33. 
^a ?«io^2 JSbOMia ^ .J.'a^oA> ^it*nTt> tOAcna ^Aji2 



40I THE HISTORY OF PAPHNUTIUS. 

2lS>S>^o ..oo^&bo 07^3^0 .^fu^^a £soo) l^26sio Ua^ 

;3m« ^^isfti ^^^2 u'yJi. ^sapB ^ojs .or^^^o2 oy^a^ji!!^ 
^laoboo nhfisa^ ^ia>^3 >C^3oi^ >^^^y ^o!^eao ^0^9X^073 
A is^ y*3 u07 .01*9^ JsSik^ 01.S03 orlolai o;^^ v*3 

\0 mm * ' \ |<* tf • • » ## t t it • t tt t I I V I*" 

79,9^ >>vnft\i^ ;l^o .w3ii0 MiS^JS p& jlSa >^3M2o )ita^<is^ 
.uiAsol kf^l ^^^ ^>L^o .«^boMi ^^i 5^i ^2 ./^op ^ 

^N ^o ,^b ^€fa>t* J^wAso .?k^is^ vN^ .^^'Sis ixi 
.^3M»e^x23 v^l[!^ ^ilsf ;a2o .;^o9dii^ ^?^ ^'-^r 
;ao3 ^o .^.di^e ^.daJ^o ^3^^2 ^*;aua^o ^9u^isiN2 
;o70 .;l2 ;ji^ ;or \ua\ ;a^3dba t^2 ;xoro -^*,?isx2 ^0,3^ 

^d piS ;ii2 .^,3^ u^ ra>\^ ;iS 39 .0^ ^^ ^ '^^ 

^'SL3 ;;ib0J^'jS9 .h{is^tii A«3 ;^^do^o .qi^^ ^tAM3^2 
bb03^^30 33m^^^3 o;i«\3e2 2JsL3^ ^itfs^o .6^ fissqu 

5^2^ ^,3^3 yX*V>i ^l ^bl ;^ piS ;i23 .3^2o )^e^f^ 

vA .^^ooIbooTbaa ^oj^ ^ '^L ^sab 3.*^ ^ \.\<a^xi^ 
F0I. i83a.;ar,3^ I hiibo is&i b*^3 A? .<y»>^Vyy A A\ ^0^2 sJ^^ 
;o^A 07!^ JSa23 ;a^ \fib( bo^f ;A Aaot y^ .5^*3^003 
^2 .5^;^ ^ ^^^ ^ \Am2 .^o^ 1^23 ;toa2 .^^A^^^ 
oitaoai ^3A -^?^ ^ }3i^f ^? o?7 -V^^ ^H^ '^^ ^ 

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THE HISTORY OF PAPHNUTIUS. 4OO 

,S^3 ^i .^ou U$o\ Sst :Q^ii ^yh y^i ^ loan 

Q&oja ^Xki .0007 ^^JO) Moreaaoaa ^j^^ads ^07 393 



^Mk '\^*^ ^K*9\? ofsda^pp >^09 i^i i9eJK ^9m 

??V\<j?a oof .uB»*?,!^^a.^ iSjtihoip l^^\^ mOTaL^ )a^ 
aisa ^ 9mV^ }iof .mOTo^ ooo! ^^^ ^'Sea ^^^p^ 
.oxacid laii'l ^ ;ooi ^ .07S eooib ^'Soa ^3^9? 

fs>%S*V'i Sbc>Ld .;>hB9 A^ isii ;!i9^9 .o^ abo2o ;^2!!iM 

;as0f9 oi^oS ^^^t^ ^^9VA*4 ^9V ^.? ^a^ -}^?^ 
i^h>*t>o Mo;oi'3^oo \i< 07^ ;oo) tSlsao o^^a^ 390 .;,^9 

;d^oolis, ^o .^f o ^030 ^ ^2 }'>^? .buM X^^ ^23 

I AfibM ^3 SA .;3o^9 ;A3f ^ Xa\ ^*^2 ;i^oAi0o2 ;3o;^ 

^3 Jo^id ;3mi }dsSe^3 JS*9m ■?.V^(rttS duoo? M^*2 9^^ ^ 



399 THE HISTORIES OF APOLLO AND JOHN. 

SSh o^ ^is4? '^ ^9^ >ty>>t*ob oof ?t>t<r> ^ .^o* 

4w^Sa ?6bri9 *<^,>V? ^^A ^ ^^^fXti kSib'o .^a^o ^o^ 
;i9o^9 d^oS t^f^p ^oo) ;3^ pu^ ^9 ?aS^o .cr^taA 
.;j^o^ ^o^ ajSaelp oof JLL&b ^ ;i^o .^aI^jlo 
l^^ mC7}o!^'9 'J^bp 990 .^9b9u« 1^ opoucao o^^ttye 
^kwM ,^ot, U^o^ t^aXb oof ^SAi^o .^3a3A9 ^a^b 
aa .MOioS^k^'S p!^^2 ^34^3 o^ .aoAai oi^oi^or iV^y 

.0:;^0 Ol!t\)f\ 9AO .^O^'iaJ^ ^boO ^007 ^'^ U3m2 ^3 ^f3 
<^ ^f3 ^3 M^ A^^ii .yOOViofboA ^ ObO^MiSj^ ^?^ ^ 
.y00^3i309b3 OOO) ^e*^^ ^ -^^? Vp^^ ^f^^? '^'Vt? ^^^? 

.t^Mopo .01079 It'ixJha iSsk^isbo aA .^^bil ^iio .007^^0 

.^aax3 mO! ^073 ^aof ^4>'>t^i^^ .?fKcu**^a;b&»3 ^A^o7a ^io 

.yOa^yao>3 ^bislhoo ^^bbp ^li^a .bboj^ ^,3 ^a'amX^o 

yO07«a^S ^oo7&9 ^xbabaxdbB ^2 ^ji)u2 ^^2 ^9 ;ooi ;!^ 

Foi. 182a. 907^0 ^oof ;aJa ^'93999 I iSso'^fioS^ ^o^ ^'9m^o .^a^ 

;^9 ^Of ^0^9 .^f^Ssap9 ^07 ^ ^0900749 .y0072^ 

^61 ^M^2b9 XXy byjy^ ;aS 00] ;3.9f -vf^ t^'^^^ 
07^9 ^S ^So fiolS^o iS,^ 'y\ ^ Q^ :;eui ^007*9399 
^ofil&o .<^9ii9 ;:s99«bOi^ "^T^^l^ i^l '^9^ ^? ^?f 
;ilb^xh9 ^£S?^i^ .^'a^io ^ai .;^OMjasb ikoaS Hit 



THE HISTORIES OF APOLLO AND JOHN. 398 

99 ^ 9u^ IbM JK*MJK -iM^ laja ^AX '^\ JK^JK .U^r 
^^^^ SAa jS^ .^h ^o loQ) ail ^ 3.io!^o '^^ 

;NiS0 9k^ ^3Ufcd ;3S3 y^ ^aaia y^ ^o .^Ib pa ^ ;ooi 
^ 9y^o .;oo) ;a^ ;[S ^XmI ^,3^o .^lsS^uO o^ ;eoi 

.;^0A;a 07^3 ;aopL^o .;3uboac af^p ^2o -iSas ;Xbo 
Xi^b .0^ hiiol ^,3 907 xsesjs ^^tl U^lS i^lp d<ii 

4^ ;a;^ar ^,3*oro .^JSoS^ moTo^^ fl^ ;2>!5j.ci> ;aKl'3il 
^^il^;s2 .07^0^ Jap ^ 007 ;oub adbl ^Aor Sao -oj^oS 

3^20 07^0^ ^aub ^,3 ^i^ 49^ <[,?^ t*5''>^ ^^9^^ 
1 .0^23 ^o .;£s^e3 ;isSc9^ ;,3or -^07 ^ ^illiao ^ 

.^oo) ;^2 or^^ 03^ ^idb pJ^ ^asp p^ ^o -^3^ lom 



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397 THE HISTORIES OF APOLLO AND JOHN. 

^odoaa ;o^i3 ^aji^ ^3^ opo .;aaskbaa ^is^oa^M A 
pSi ^07 -^07a>» o^ ^^^i^ o^ ^ioA^o .^o^i^ oubolo 

ao^ 07^? .3o23 ^9^23 ^yO ^>m2 i^2o .^OJS ^v* 
:^oa) 07*^«2 >au,3ub ^ a\6soiiiOol^ -^?f ^M)^ .o^2 
>S^%y ^001 JS^o -batfb ^39^ a^bOiSisiSj^ 0^0 .JLilbp 

lorn jSiSio a;3\ ^9^ ooj .;^29 ^^^a* ^ooi ;I^3 
Jorp ail^'l \it ^>^^o •'*«^3 99 ;^fa4 >^>4?9 .^Q>i«(l3 

90} ^3 99 .;oo7 ^js^ Ao .M*k9 39 ;i^9a4^ o^ ;ooi 
.00; ;3js23 OT-haL^M 0007b ;u2 \^ .MMA&io i^i±t ^ 4^2 
;b3>b03 p;S ^*29 .^oo) ^isac:ap 0073 Xir^aA^ 0007 ^jlsoJao 
;IiX3 o;S Cbti >S*'\tn3 ;L2 : ^du o^b ^3 9mi ^2 ;&of 
A «u2o .;'i303b3 bislbo .lioj ^aft^Jba ^^L* .007^ Japd 
^baM3 ij^ ^9,?^ ^9? ^? ^.9P '^1^^^ ^ M«a^ 



THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA APELLEN. 396 

yOOf^ loo) k^^e lom ail >a .^A^ ^oll Ufi 6scS 

^^3 ^ ^070 .JLmX ^^\^ ^ U^P -3Mi ^ w4>^^ 

;loTO .^^o»3 ^ U^o .^aus U*^ ^ Uio .iJtLym ^ox 
.;bo^oaE ^ ^ojo .^iMM ^ U070 .^jso^Nm ^ ;aS 
JS^AmS ^ ^oro .^a^a iSosS ^ ^ore -^fV^oa ^ Uaio 
^X*2bo .^^3^ mOTO>^2 ^070 .?abO>j) ^crioj^ ^070 .?*V(t&f> 
boSy .^SMiaMo ^f&ap yO&j| ^<^2po -^t?^o ^imj^t yo&jl 
.000] ^>^b^p .^i ooo! ^AMiai ^or 990 .^oJiboo }ooi 
^ artiiV^a .Mis ^a ^oqi a^^'i .^;>*ai: ^oioS^l U^ajp 

}90;&a ^ia ^o^^ a^i ^a loo] ^a -^aawA ?ifliS.flt oa^o 
isfti inAty ;LSa .at^ lom a^j^ 0010 .^jaaoMS 'O^^eSt 
• ^i oof a^j^ t*?^? ^? ^4^3 -^.?^? ^'^'*^ ^auojsa 
;434^? I ^yJoA .lorn ojisJjJO a^o .^l aaute a a ^a^bo^aa foi. isoAi 
OOO) ^sfao .;AVi fcLa ^3 o^;; .\M\i o^^pJl^ ^^a 
.^2m ^xoLb ol^ 0001 MoroMiSa ^a ^auboS .MO^oO&M&a 
^A^i ?*7^\,^ ^*oi^o .^fi^aitt ^ ^^^9 ^^ ^or dbaiSiO 
^oys lk\\\ o^ ?9^9 -^9\ ?.?7 <^f ilo ^,? ^fs* -^Om 
yOotmM a^ ^fiio :^907ft ?S^ih ;tSaa o^ 9^9 -^oi 

)L^i o^ b*^ 9A ;isaM2 M>,a ;.^ao2 .^Isaduo .00^ ^ooj 
mOTOmAXJI ^opBO^a ^ol ^ioaii ^^^ ^ -ypo^ ^^Alb 
k*a aA .oifsa^daa 0001 . OiMiisiiaa ^07^ 9^9 09^ 



Fol.iSofl, 



395 THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA APELLEN. 

^ ^f3 wM^^ .01^34^ skai ^ol ?M^e .uoioS.^ ^^^t^ 
^o^ ^cna^ liseiLi, '^islo ,?xtot.a o^M^S ^o^ eo7 
;itAMS ^o^ 6soa) ;3ib^^9 ^f^ ^,? ^^o 'i^? t^-t^^ 
iJsoola ^3mLa ^oA loa) S^2 ^oJS ^fso .^00] ^is^ 

^i^Abax )!i Uiso \ii^ .yOo{^ Mciio ^aja loo] S'yiti^Mo 
y^oS l^l ^? ^ -o^ oa^2 ^3 yOio^ .yoaisac^^ 
.Moro*3kjb2o o7^^J^ ^ii ^'$2 yoa}^ xaZ 0070 .^^x^ ^ ?a;»iii 
;^ jd2 ^slS ;l!^9 .^a^io Jlba^^$ c^ a<j4 ^,? \^^ 

;ooi \^ ,;3[>x(i^ MakX2o «Sf j^ 990 -3ka^e ^^a 00; ^3^9 

. iS£i "SuaiSs ;LLxtt mo^im 1 3k^o .;^i ^ ;9po^ iSs o^ 

;ioi^^o 0^2 ^3 3^ .^JS^nV^ttS ^3^ ^?^ ^^i^o ^9^ 
y^o^ld ;!»3 ^lib .^A^i ^o\ 001 ^9*0; .OMa^2 ;S 
MoroLttfSbtJ or^e -^^20 o^^:txu >!iN^\!Be .00 ^sswCiS ;oo) 

.sJA^o .o)ba>i ^^^? ^^iSfabtt odr ^ ^9>^ ^9^ ^o >^^2 

^io .OJ^aesJ^ >*\V^VO \m3 ^3X^ ?titl1 uO^fiM ^3 3a 

:hd^o ?ainA 93^3 y»o .^33^3 q\^ ^^ ^2^o d^Id 
v^Qjbo ^3 ;|.2 .^AbB ;A3kSa 0^0 .isA2 Ayd?9 ^^^,? 



DDD = 



THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA APELLEN. 394 

:oa^ ;»>aM«nta ;2so>J >!^iia>ap ilofilp yokSl iJiSh JS*Z^^ 
6soa] ji&Loo .}oo! leal lya^ioa ^oie^aAai 0073 ^^lo 
\ii ;aa33 >&aAa ^007 ^Jwrt ^ySa ap .^^^ ^h a^ 
SA^ 94>^A 'l^ssja ^^Xji ^^ wSf .^oo) 3^'io .^9^d * 
.yO^aStis X^ 1^>^P '^^^ -^tP^^PB \^^9.?l ^9^,? 
%ao^ ylad: jkS^ y*3 3a .;ji&oo >^a>a>a>S o^ loo] JOmo 

o&o; CmmIS 1^2 ^iaSba z^o^S ^ait^ji ^e /^^ii ^? 
.^aa ^ aoAa ?,in>M\3 ^oai ^'a 3b«\ ^<Sa .yt^iS ^9 

^io^ ^^ ^I^Ho <^A^ '^'^^ -^^"3^ ^ ^^ ^? )zy^ 
«ao kSi M^xboa ^iaoo .^ ^oO .0^ 3db2o or^oS 
U^^ l^*^ 1^9 -MOfoaLiA 3miO ^ ^9 007 ■uB>.>No 

liAoi wAOio ^iWi9 P,3^ isAp lea\ 3^'2 eor ^ai ^ 
leo] ^aoSto .^9Q^9 ^jsai^ oor ^aJKia ^a mAX^ -^9,?^ 
4fiaa ,^Ai\ba\ ^ks aao .^isaduo ;i^9 430^9 ^<u op 
.mOTos^m }iOi*A> aa .orisaiuicb wiAae2 ^p^ 0730 -m^^o ^00? 
^f3 ^9 }oo) 54^ .^'VNi^^yo ^i^o ^S^fo y^k^a ?»>»> 

Ji^9 ^^2 O^ ^a^9i>9 ;939kba3b 'O^^OSt^ ^2 k^i ^9 

oyVjit'ji ..00^ ^i|o ^^ aa <t9'9^ ^f2 99 IpfO .^ 

9w^ .;9.bO* ;iof ^>^ ^>iy 9^ O^ ;^JIS ,?M»tVl ^OS«9 



393 THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA APELLEN. 

.^JbLai 9A .oa2 ;aJK :.ca2 Sbi^ib y>.%t.rw piS X^9 odi 

.0^ a^2 XiOLa^ ^.? ^fl^ -^t^? ^^^ ^ ^^'^^i^? 
.^S ^6«>^ L^oya ?^JS^3 oor -^o^^i? ^^ ?M>tV) ^^jjoib 

X^ MOfoJkSi oxa or^ou^JQ> i\\,y>e .oaorfso .U*a&A 

F0I. I79«.^00) ^3 9m ^3 ^^ .OT^oS | ..OSkbfrA ^^ SAS ^^2 

^Qboi ^I'lftyNo 4099 o^^ 99 ^Xh99 . 9^^ uo;omi>x2o 
.oeo) ^,?u ^ ^?^ ^?9 ^^ ^^^ ^ o^iio Mdoakb 
;^6oe^o ^ztido .^Am:s2o ^^lao o^^^o uS^ ^9 ^?9^ 

90? ;oo! ^Z^j^ ^r>tN> ^.?^ Ayv) .o^?k!ik^9 ^£0 ;oo7 

*:*^obo299 Q^l ;ino^9 ^^^ obo\x<> 

OTfSftAV^ ^9 .^A^i JiOO! OfSOSA ^l ;A9m2 ^9^ ^9m 

yi^^ ^fjlaf •^'T^tk *^? ^^ ^ ^s^^ ^'^9.?^ V^?^ 

DDD 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 392 

^e .^ ooo] ^t^'iSfio ^^p Ufl MOfoufMjk t^9^? ^j!sa lorn 

. oboabjsb yOisil ^^M^ay ^3 ^ loo] ibplo .oia^b^ ^ 

.0^302 loo] ^2 'y\ ;>ftAi.toy '^^? ^^ ^,?^ 

do; ^A ^o7o*<a»*Vis <^9J| ^or 0070 .. is^ea \^ ords^^ 

» iso&^or jso3os<f3 «S3A<^^ y^ ^k^ ojS.\,rtia «^f^? 

^buboS ^00) ^^I yOtwi o^p ^?^ 9^ ^ ^^7*^? a^^'io 
.op ooo! ^id^ai ?i\^<aSo .^b^^ 0070 ^07 | ^a^b^Foi. 
wfinki ^|kj| .ooMl^ ^e .oiis^uoo o^oa^ 0007 ^<iu^3 
v9^^? v?^ ?^9 •^303 ^k* ^?^ u>is*io .jlaaakba^ 
^is^ .Oil ofM ..oorxi^ ?i^<tt\ 0^2 a^^o .oiisbas ^Lais 
?nft^ ^3 007 .^bi \>< o\j>i yOO!^^3 ^o .00^^ 
OfiMb ..00^ ?^A>Mi0 39 ..00^ 3^2 -yOAl IPfO JO^ 99 

Ao .yoisii ^A^a laiii ^ ^ ^ji ^is&i -l^iii >Syy 

..0&2 wAsiso 073t*3^ .oa2 \^io ..okxl^Js2 MOioadi^ ^bo 
.0&070 ..oo^aiaoa . (O^^MX&b .>^'2o ^o^ ^001 > 09^9 
eaisi^o 'Opas* ^a>*ba ^eor ibo 0^0 .ouoisisjl a]isSx ya ^^ 

.yOdoi ^o^ ^o^ 001 ^bJKia Moroao^ o^2 .Ua^2 ^3 
woyo»^.><aaa o^iibo 0007 ^o^o .^3^2 ^^ ^ ooo) ^a^^atto 
5^2 ^3 001 .^opiljij ;oo7 \Vyiiy»3 iSVyy .^o^bi ^ 



178^. 



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391 THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

.^ ^o^ 990 .^^ax 6^ ^i* ^9^ \S>^^ ^jsjlp^ <^f 
ju2 ^o 'Xiy** p^ yO^ ^9^ ?.io^,b ^ ^007 3^*2 

T^ !• '^1 I \ II ^ II / 1' * 1' S 1' ' S V ' " < • ' • 

o^ 0007 ^4^ yOO)^ \>\ii ^f^9 .^'aM«2 ^iKo^'2 ^o^ 
^3 007 .^ yOo^o yOo^lSA v^'^ ^^? ■^fe»o\,»*VM'n 

^3^ ^4^3 '^O^J^JM ^\ ^'^9^ '^^ ^^^ ^?^ 

;iu*i3 yOoi^>a^ ^o^ili^ks ;au»3^io .^ ^4^3 ^X^i ^£S075i'2 

o;»>r^^^,1a ^f^JNo .^07^ ^ ^>^ ^a>aa>ai .>ao2o ^ 

;33\ ^2 .^is9 ^9 ^9m iSx ^ .^ksaibpa ^091 
eooi ^"laSiVt ^ap^x? yoiof ^3 ;^2 >^i^30 ^m ^ ^^bwbb 
.07^ ^%\^ik ;JSaxio*o^b o^m o^ A2 .^^q^mS^. ^ )^^ ^ 

yoxoaisb ^A^ox yoa^ ^^i^^ -^^^,? '^^'^ !^^^? 
>^of ^ ^3 ^ .^aoAsab oj^^ 07^0 .la'yhSiO ^Nooud 
o7^aii^ bisa ^e .«^f^ ^«^^bjsb .^^2 ^ ^o^ ^.^a 
JN.aii.Vflo .^ bOax ^^23 \09tsjso ^a 9u^ .oof U*i^? 
;^o .07^1^ >^ /SLba ;^bb^ .JOi^A ^oi(p U^is? o^^bb 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 39O 

^sAor ^w<M3 aA^ o^^Lb ,.^eibp ^oai^ ^9^9^ -P^ 

^^isua .IJaisiao l^o^i ^9^9^b \ao; ^ ^af .^ ^9^i^3C^ 

a<^ ;fdb ;^bi3 .:s,3^ ^^923 .^k^S^ ;^a ^^^auioi .;slVt 
i^io -y?^ ^V>Stia l*hoa^ eooi oolSm^Z o^a ^if^^ 

^aojs^ ^oioitfkb ;buq> .;^e^a ^japs .^aSa )^a ;^ 
;aof a«\ ;o^a .^070*^;^ ^ ;3l ;^^^a&2 .^oroaaAs 
^^23 .m5^ ^9\ o.?7 ^3 }oo) )^,a><^^ .^JSaboSj^ 
?tiV4nN yS y09**isxp .yOa]y^ ^^soJOioo ^f'aoi^ ^itnVa 

^aki^jk ijBXiao ^ouoiicio ^o^ . fy\\v:tib loo] ^o p& 
^opc^ ;i^;; .oaio ;ac; ;oa! ;^ ^or yOiffi0 -^^M^ 

^j( «3ois9^a )^a ^<^2 .Moio'aaoa^ ^oo) ^*Bu>i^a .^jao^a 



389 THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

;!0b^ .^Uaa6).ao ^aobofboa eoo; ^>^ Jt^S ^p •^f'** 

0007 ^Aiixo -^=»o\, ^ ooo! ^N^ ^3: JtkSJsb ^p^ 
^ii^jta 3^ .0001 ^>A^Su «3o^ ^or^^osk^o .^^^aSaoI 
^x ^^^ ^,?^ .po^lS^i ;is*L^e3 ;is^oa;h9 ^oo^S jsoo) 

Foi.i77a. .;2]1^ ^ou yOo^'sa IhSjBiO I 0007 ^aoL ^oro .^'3mi2 
xA ^3^ 2rda 3^ v^ 4i^>3UjQ> ;lS3 ^01 ooo) uiofibo 
^hin I'^^p ^07 .^^>^b J07 yoaiisoy^ ohm ^^o .^adb 
wtl^b Ao .^f^a 3^,^ -^^P ;baAoo ;^2 :o^ isA 
^bl .tadihob Ju2 .OOP ^001 wMaisi:^ ^io lyoo^ri lorn ^2 
o^il^ba ^!j^ ^9^0 .0^2 yO^l 007 -o/JSaL JsS^ ^007 
jau^isisjkd ^ ^007 >L^o ;l^9 .07^ ^007 a^'io .^007 sJ^o^ 
.^ibfueb ;{sqS>^V) ^b'2^3 ^Xi^itb ^<ik*2 ^ .^bo3^ 
..obMA ^,3 ^?9 .^oL .(Aaifs&o Zf?poiu ^3 yoa>a> 
^«3 ^ .^^M^ .JsIiL'bJiao .^iitooaisap .^sl3l<323 3^*^ yO&of 
5^2 .;,3yia ^9^>dd >l^ ^&9^2 .^3^ iiah U^ ^olxs ^Xa2 
y^i^ esw^b .^ 3k^23 ?,M*S>at jQ»o^o^ ^??^? ^TjP'^o^ 
jd2 ^o .0^02 ^^30 JS^o ..Skjk^^d oS^o .^f^kSkS 
.or£^2if.axb ^b^po ^07aS>bft3 ^007 ^3^313 ^f ed*^ «^ 3^^ 
if^2e o^ ^ov^o -^^ ^^^ ^?7^9^? "^^^ ^A 

;'i3o39 ;^o^Am ^ &A^ ^^^P^ '\*99\ ^t^9^ ^3^2 ^ 
;lS .yoo^ 3o^^fi>i3 ;[^o ;^2 y^o^ ^^23 uN^sj^o .^ {I007 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 388 

.^^f;s0 1^ Q^>^ ^'jf'^? ^^1 -^ o^beftssj^o -oi^9 

;.a:^ >A, oiSr .^aboasa ^ ^ o^Si jiox^ .oj^oib 
.^bl \\i yoov^i \>' ^9^ ?9^ '^?^ yoo;^ ^^? 
oikj^ ^i lojp .yOOk^AS ^a^i 9k^ ^ oapiu .?*n\to obobb 
bisj3 laj^ -^^AX ^ol ^^ ^kti ^ y^\? \f^i -v^^ 
^o^ .:aLJksbo2 ^ ^i ^6s yOa^oS ^is2 ^o* ^^ 
^a ^'3mi2 .^abOfboo ^aJ; ^ ^,?^ 0007 ^f2 .^ia ^a 
.^o\a 07^0^ ^»\,ya ^b^ .^^^ a^ « a^ ooo) ^^1 
007 ^2 wtids .yOO^'aMOfa 9^ oS4^ ^9?^ ^^^ tt? ?^ 
001 ^!|^ .^ ;«M ^e .;^i ^o^a ;al^ 5^2 ^ao^ 
^SLiiio .^ ^^^9 /ELbo a;ay.2 \^o .;Lai ^ ^^ 
a auisftaae MMiisis&ao .^oroau^ eoi yAi a A A^io .JS^o 
oooi ^^2a ^2 .oo^^ka^ ^eo! pqiL a*^ ^07 .^ ^00) ^!^2 

^aoL ;aore .^i^^af^tfb ?I\fl3aaeA Q3iso^s2 ^1^2 .;isaiiu6^ 
^ii*o\S^ ^b^o .^^ ^^b ^J^oS^b ^'aSa .poAa eooi 
^akS.S ?,»b>Si Moqeaaubo^ oeo) ^t*V\t ^^^ ?90 .eooi 
aa 4ooi wfii^ ;i>n>*n^b ^07i>^ ^^2 >^ais3 ^o ■'^a 
eoo] ^aauM ^^a ^'a^l .^o^ ^ ^i^ ^\S o;^ ^^ 
^ t^ia ;»a2 4b>^A ^b^ ^^^^ ^Mnyo ^ .or^oS 



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387 THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

I ^isa^uAo ^903o .^00^00 yoa%aa, ^ 07^0^ ^^^ 
76a.yj^6s jibaSb .^h ^Hp s'il ^2 ^3 007 .0;!^ ooo! ^^ 

OuX^ ?^<wS ^<^^b ^3903 ^3i^>^2 ^'JS 9^0 .O^^OuS 

;xi'>^2 ^^.u^o 3J3id .Jl<±iis ^bA< ;3i^o .aoAa 
0007 ^.taAo acu«S>a ^oji eo7 PumI^p ^X*i .o^'iss,! ^61 

;lS ?ia^,pp -^3 ^^^ 3Mj^ ^?>i^? ^7^ ^^QmIo ,^*\baa 
;^03 3i^'2 9m\ ^o] .07^ ^^^'? ^3^? cri,>*2 l^a^ 

^o;^ eoo] ^3^2 ^j.;9M.adi:o .}^9mi ^m^ ^ ^ «^C9^P 
yoo^bo^ 007 ^jn^!^ htaAiOap .or^o^ oooi ^*^aitp ^«^i 
k^2 .^^^dtt) t!S4>« >^i .^3f ^f^ ^ooi poL ^070 .^92 ^'ii 

;A2 ;!flii.?? .07S 3^;so ;ii^ j^;*? ;s«a^ .;i;M ^i- 
;&aor9 .;^lAx ^ p^ o2 .;*»& ^ ^3^2 el .;l!u is^i 

;3^ .OT^^odS 3^2 ;i3o^ ^3 eoj .%a^^ is^i y^Htobb 
^jSu? : ^*'*^<^V , p"(-V** i^ ^ Yfj^ f ^ ^ ^""ff 0007 ^' y ,' vf*< o^ : > A 
%W[ ^xd ^,3^07 e2 .0007 ^30^ ^^? ^ obaVti ^o7p 
^l;^ ^9^9^ ^oT^i tS«aor 007 m9^ .07S pkSai Jbcoyo . sm 
)^^ %h)^l S^ai y^o .07^ JtUi^ji 7,^30 isAo .pk^ ^oT 

*>k^2 JU9 ;3.iaS ;;iia^ is&2 .oaf 
^^ pas .^iM ^1^4^ ^b ^^2 .9m2 ^' ^9 ^ «^ 

;^o .;?*ntv^i ^d^ip ;^ ^9JkSi oeo7 ^^ ^^pMi'i^Jl 0007 
CCC« '' " V " • • 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BI.ESSED APOLLO. 386 

.Ipo] X^^ ^^ ^o^aAs ^ ^,3 eor >ooo! ^ox ^ 
OmaIsx^ ^.A^'j o^^ '^^ .007^ o^^il^ .ot^qSm ?Axo 

^92 ^d .yOopK^ ^ 000; ^3iioio .yoo^ ;ooi .^al 
.^Laia o^ l^f'k Sn l^oa^ yoafaos* o«JS*io .o^ ^isA^iS 
.^007 ;l^ t*^^? ^d^ae .yOoT^ «i«e^ ^vViat ;^d ^A^ 

.^2333 ^^3090 .v«007 ^^^kx 2^ o'or ^isb '^^9^^ ^^^<^ 

^somSs yaSt ;;s^'i\o .>^303 ^'a^^o .^3^3 Ijx** ?^'^^^ 
5^ .yoo^ ^.^o o*is*i3 ;xl2 ^oro .^^tiiiM sa ?^^ai 
sao .yOOT^ o^?^^ii ^dislboo ^S^is^iiO .;33 Ju2 JSo^ ^3 

^ySt yoa!^ liiAteo -^007^ ^.P^^il? ^,,?^ ^^ ^ -^?^ 
.oooif ^3^2 ooo! ^a^oris 990 .?\,mfihS^i43 ?i«fl>I\ 

^o; ^ ^,3 3)^ .^ ^3^x2 JI07S2 ^ ^0/ ^«;3*3i3 

Z^Q^^3 .0S42 ?i!ia^3 07^3 071^ ;oO| ^ '^f^P h?^ 

#* ' '•# 0**0 '■ J/ ^^ ^1 aa ft ^ ^ 4» 

i^^i, Sii .lisU0'l ^3 ^ 0001 ^isX» .lOO] ^JLbb ^Ob03 

^2 ^>^ois23 ^o^Ait eoo) ^3ov(do 4oa] a>03 ^c^^ 
^Lsia ^33 ^idkA ;oo) ;ooT .>Wb ^s la^ a^a ■?L>^«> 

^3^23 0901 ^AbaLs ^323 ^^SO^OSt OS^iOX SAO .JQ>*Ji3JS3 



385 THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

*>;o^iS ;i3u2 :a^k *>99? '^^^ ^^? ^c" 'f^ 
?ifcy,ft>aa \aJieS ^ibo aa ^3m2 ^^a ^3 aoifk 

^fpt^'p o\i^i ^fl\ 007 ^ojs ;^i2 ./^'Sis ^cLis \\,v> 
.Abp'io ^007 3o^isa(^ J^^^? ^ v^,? A*M jeS .^or^A*3 

.0^ a^jl ^9^ ^,? o.?) -^^0^ ^,?^ ^ )^ ^9^ ^'? 

;lS .^ov>?^ ^^ ^ 3^ ^^ >^^^ 5^2 ;oo^ U^oip 

MAisx2 l^^o '^M^ ^'^ ^^^ ^.? "^.^X -^j^o^ImS ^a^ 

pkb ^ ^a>3>^ o^? ^*^i •^i ? xtoy ^iy Ji^a^*^ 

ikyi^ l^lp ^isshax^ aao .^r^a ^a^j^ ^» ^oo; lom 
.yCihixS,\\ ^AMS^a :a,ak^a 0007 ^>'n*^^S9 .000) ^>ba^yrt 
^JaaJo T^uo ;^o^f ^ba ^ A .fisooj 6^^a2 ^s yOai'>So^^ 
^ 9iiA*o^ .jl :oS^2 }\^ci\ 001 ^07^0^ a>^j^o .^^luaa 
.;c^2 ybo ;^a& .^ 3^1 y^ iLsM'y ^6m ImL o2 ^ 
6^ 0007 cooju o^ ^<i3 v^7 .Tt^yp ^a^a ;tr,a^ 007 
Foi.175/^. ^^^'i:'^ ^.?^? ^^ V^ -^?^ AtV^ \Oop;^ aA | .^J^o^ 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 384 

ec7&2 .07^0^ a^j[ J^ }oo! ^iMJSiaps oor ;f>n^^\ o^^i 

M07QA'Soa \>ye .0^ o^f Lijl:^ ^ajc -^,?^ ^^ajImot^ 

^or i!SuAo; oo! .<^9j| 0)^309^ jli Sao .^007 yOO!frl*ai ^Lx 
;eo} Isao .loo] ^^JOi linn\S o^ jiV^niiSa ^ooasboo ;x3 

,?ioSo«3 .OOk3^ 09** -^^ loaj 3AO .«C^ t^is& ^307 mO|3 ^o^i 

^3\^3 yOov>3^ oeo) ^^o .?Mit*y)3 ;9kb ^.^pxa ^>'aa'»ii3 
OAsa ^07 v^2 ^5 sa .000) ^3^^ ^opj^ ^?f ^ 

^or^o^ ;|^2 ;o^i3 ;i^ .?^^t.toS esi^i^o yooii^i SL 
.;3or ;4fMS ;a3: ;:^ 39 -^a? ^or :&>< :sib ^ov^ja 

;3a^f Ikoi J&2 ^4^U^ '?f,^>^ l^ -^f. ^^ ^^ ^ii 
.cAdoat ^2 OfUM ;fS^]^.\o ^3 &xyt*l .5^ jq>o^^;|3 ^^lias 
.^^kbax^d ^pl Ao .^)^ 3^^? wi«3Mibp ;»a^ A? ^2 
.oo7^I^i^ ooo! ^Aiiat3 ^4 eooi ^is3E^ oswi^iskjl 390 

^isttp ?*BiS>M Pm y00^3^.3 .uOj^ ^«2m3X I Ji:A33 ^o; ^23FoI.i75< 
2'i303a ^3m1m ^ ^3b*'>3 .^AJuX <S3 OOf ^3 ^Od .OOOJf 

5^2 ;oo! ;!)p^ 9A .^tnSiv* ^3 ^i^i^MlS ^3^ •^piSfM 

O7^0u3l M9rO^ fr^Axo :;323 ^ ;09f3 ;iu3ois ;3i302 



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383 THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

x^ La .?uy<n>3a 007 ^^li^ S^ .^,^0^0 ^ 097 £kj.2 

^90^ ^3 yOiaj .a^tp ^isup ^,?90 .^3o^p 07*^^,7 
;'i»oa ^o!0 .;1ao7 ^aisis ^oS^ 007 yaSt ^^a .000) 

o«is*2 .or^aoa ^ 6ai ^^ais5 . eaiiu . omSO^&p 5^! oooj 

^ yOo^^ojQa!^ ?iA*Vy ^3 99 .000) ^'S ^3^9^ ^? 
aois .yOQ^^'yJ^ ^l^ ^^9^^ Ao .loaf )is ^yJl «3^ 
uo; ^os ybo .23 .eSbd: iLxda or^o^ 2aMfla .oaoi 

;o;S23 lyaSi oar .oorJSo^ ^*a .M']MSisae2 ^ao^a 07^0^ 
^070 .oor ^90iQ>2 ^ ^2 ^&xo ^otA^ ^^o AN^Vi 
^03^ OAbAAoro .o73<S3 0^2 ^|^2 yOo^ o7^sJ: aa 
IhoaS oor ^acki^^S ^^^ 0^0 .t^a ^3^ ^^s^bos^ paL^ 
iSin Q^o^is2o .oyiASiO o^ieS'ishslo -?ii^3 ^o)o*ia\t2 
^3boo^ ^aj^ ^,?^ Vp^^ ^iy'S?*^ -^^?^ ^? )^>*^ 

vAikk 9^k2 )\SK3 -^0\ ^^? <^0 O^jpC^ .yOO;*^i.2 ^X.33 

I \>%y» ;l^3 ;3i9yi2 .^jia^a Qiba<.ar ?2'Ac> o;^!S^'30 .ft^;LSAb 

■ 1' " m ■> , I 1 11 » ,' I \ ' f " ' ' III' 

743. >^Aii ^3 3&^ .^^Oj^ acro^23 jd2 yoio; ^hsoMJsa o^&Jtt 

.soL buKsis ;l3ab ..^kSii^ j^i ^ ;xoisaiso ^alu .;ji39 
\^ I 'i*' ' ' ' '' ''jti'i ,1 "^i* 

5^2 .^o!^o^ \\^\'i ;K*a -^o^ oaj k^^ 9tAO .^007 
)^ .la^ 3w^ ^3 3«\ .oior .yOa}isi*a U*!^ S^oh^p 
%la .23or k!^ 000; ^3M^M ^2 .or^A^ 000? ooA^^is2 

.UJK^w^ ?iQJili^ y33 9mi l^^ SSt iSbp2^ .OOO) ^A<a^.3 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 382 ■ 

jlaobo .^o$^9 MOioaabM ^ea ^o>a ooo! ^a^a }i$i^ 

^A^O .J^ mOO! ^U^ .0;^ m007 ^3^3 ^<X»2 M>^ 

^o^ap Z,>m3 .lorn is*l U>p ?4 ^\3»*Gre .^'i^isdb ;^?kVoa 

^'ittoA yOACje .^jtftjjta Za^is^ ooj ^007 M070>^2e .}ooi 
^aJJiS lifja ^ o(^ 0007 ^Asoiflo .^a]o^'yti 0007 ^^x^ 
^^fty ^v SAO ?? ii\fT? y^^^ Yfv k*^iSxaoo hASkibaM y^ 
yaL .oor ^ia aja j;b\ .^ojfr^ 0061 ^aba^ 9^1 ;ao^ 
.opAa»a ^ao^f ;^i "pSt .oSi^l ^iao^ oar ^aJKia op ^oo) 
^ -^o*'?? ^>^^ ^3^? Vpopc&akS ^A^oa ^ y^^o^f^ aao 
OMft^^ilo -«^? ^iaoa^ ^eO -oof ^fsia o^ opi ^aoa 

.0007 ^M^B ^ m07 <^oa ^ . ofiJLiajka ^a aa .^oa7JK^oa ^ 
^^anl ^ou oj^a }I&b ^ou* ^e .0007 ^^^v<aao ^^ a^ 
.0A07 ^,a*or .0007 1 ^abo'ais^ .as 2 <saA^a ^ i^Lo .0 007 foI. 1741. 
.^o^outftdi ^2 ?u\,Jo'aa ^ ^ jciia .oaa92 .oov'abooA 
; ?n<>\ia Moroij.^ ^a 0007 ^faaoi .^07 .00^ a^ oojo 
^ dbaf i^l .yom^^t i!Si^d^ 007 07^oS^a .oMl 
oor 3^i? ^? ^aodaL .U^oi^ V^^ ^3 crti^ ;^a&a 
^^2aS390 ..^^ \aS 0007 oi^i .0007 o^*^ ^a ^ov'aaMa 
^ o2 .^oajca\ Atiya ^o^ ;&o7 ol^a .^07^ 0001 
jikoAaiuQM ^a wu* .^Li^al i^y oabb2 w^a .oao7 .^i^ ^aJ 

< I ' \,'* \' \' » !• • I'll \ ,!• ^^ i( « II ^m t 



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381 THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

I'isy^ ^ 007 ;^b :^\io ^Abp^Zo .'^^i^^a 67JA 
ofa ouijob .^3t^:) l^^9^ ^ ^^ ^bo^issZo .; b a b a^ a b 

;jAar .;^^ ;ioiM ^^la aA, ;^ai -^3^? ^»^?^ ^^^i^ 

^^ -'^^'V* ^tV^? ^ ^^^? -^^^? ''Or; ? ,^ A a;b >^\^ 
i^^a ^?§^ ^?^i sA^ ^ooi ^^li^ .;>^eau^ ^?^^il 

.000! m'Aa >$a>M2 ;^o3 Ao ^^oii^o aA ; a L ! S>3> S .^of 
Ust>*i -0001 ^<iuc^ ;c^i .;S^ ^a^^o ^^a^o ^itfo^^o 

IhoiS .^eo) bbp2 ^007!^ ^?.^,? ^'^k^ ^^^*^9 .yOO^A^ 
^'ix>9ii ^or l^^\? )^o;o3obaL >?^i^ ^or 0007 o^^f^jo ^ 

73^. ..oo^ai oj^ka^ ^trttya jQ»o\*&a ^i^lifAo -000; ^bl^kis^ 
.;aisJM ;'a;^ yoo;^ ^9k? -^^i^ ^2 ^a eoo; ^pi^ 
lisa^S\^ JLAai^o .^'a^i >^ai ^ hJs* ^a^lboo 
^iibiao ^^olMa ^i^ea^a^ o^Sa^o .^oOe ^ii^ ^oo7«is*2a 
^ap .^ao^a !^SSi yOa^^ eoo) ^cna iVVyy .000; ^Md 
.^3 c^bai^ao 00) o^ifn^isZ aa ..o^a^a ^ja nVv^'iisla 
l^sa^ao 0073 .ooT&ao y^ a^i aA ba .\kajQ»A '^^aS o5aa aa 
;o^i .ovr ^ola o!^a& ;^ .o^a^^o .oplii^ a^lsisla 
;a>< ^a^;^ ^S or,a^;3o .^o^Si oiora .abo'2 aa o^ o7,a^ 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 380 

^^3 .^i^ ;L^ ^ ^.3a;(o 4isoa^ o^ ;»o?S ;w 

^laJkS op .;e7Si Jao ;oo7 t^ixa aA ^^ ^ .07^oi^\» 
;^ .o;u^ opo! ^ftMJSM ^ojs ;iiI\'V^ b^io .07S jkooi ^^^J9p 
^Ax ;a^9t^ 057 b^ia ;Li .0^ <SfXib3 m07QmA ^f3 3u\^ 
li^a^ U^^o .loo] Ixti o^JM xisi ^aiSfbo ^a^9,?o -mOIoI^ 

>3 ^9.<'f,? -^9m ?,ai\M'i3 ^ 007 ^2 lya^^ ^Pp^" ^ 

.o;!^3 qin^y ^2 ysfSs, \>^toB .^^iaJSboo ;o^i^ ^oo) 

ajy^l^ioi' -^^^'^^H? ^^^t^^^^ '^'T^ MOr03a039 ?u\,TFoIi73«. 

0^1^0*30 .ooo] 0^ .or^o^b ^xlus'^^IxoAd^ u007 k^id 

yOO|is^oa;b03 ;boN^o .^o^ y0073doai<p .yOO07& ^xi^i 

5^2o >^^^ ^i ^^3^^ OOO] ^)|MJK^o .^oo! ^907Jk ^ 
!^i^ )zAx^? -^poM ;acaA30 ;Ji'b ;2sa^ ^^^j»b ;A^ 
M^o .UiJb^ e^a^o ;Io!^ ;3^35b ;iMa9 .;a^29 ;3AiAb 
^ a^is* '^a^? o^a ^^t^,? ^yy •^?>^ ^3 Jor M^o 



Fol. I 



3/9 THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

.O0:U^ OOO] ^^$0 .yOAOl I'^Oi^i yOO^lSka . eo](b9^A aiho]OA 

..oo^a^Sm ^oba&b ^ wM^sk^? .^3 0001 ^>^io .kOO^ eoo; 
;oo! ;^^ -o^^? ^? ^ ^aA^a ^3 001 >^f^ '^^ 

;'SJsiba^o .;oo) «Si& ;Lef ^ yX m'isa -lorn \4'^^^ 

;i^^o -o tl ^a ^aor osbcuc 9a ^a .0107 .abo^ or^S'^a ^a 
39 ^aaa^bOiS 0007 ^f'io .0997 ^,i.M:inibo la{!iiS ^^oi^p 
.?y A ae3 ^x^o^^ 0007 ^ov>isA2 ^,3^1 y007!S.a ^^^ -^^^^ 
::9oAa '^o^ ^3 007 .^i ^XmO ;iI^3 x^ eoo7 ^^ ?k^ 

^£3 ^070^10 .^sislisjk ;^om^x33 .^0^ ;ioo7 >^^» 

.;IaM3 0^3 §^?iN^ >EiS 393 .3^ ;oo7 'y»2 .yoil yoJtU,^ 
ol^Sd ^^^o ;U baoL3 30m^ ^3 .;307 0^*^*23 .;[IaM3 

.;^^ ^3^^b3 400^33 im ;o9m k^23 ;S2 ..ooo^ ;S 

jd2 ;^o ';3ao33 ;>^ouy^ v^^^'^ ^M^^i^ ^'9^ ^^ 

;oo7fis3 :a^ ;i.2 .;^o3isJM o^^Lm or^au ^ ^^?,? ^^^^ 
oo^;; .^oi ;3or ^>^o33 ;^eu*i^u^ yois33it^23 ^oa^ 

^o7oia93 aA^ ;s3 .^^l^sb IJL> ^ \^?^ y^^^? 

^3 ;is3Qb03^3 ^OmIs k^23 ^3 uiSbb2 .l^oj qu^A2 ;o7^i3 

\oxxjk3 o2 .;,3op op iBusisisjk ^ ;iioS3 .jd2 ;aa& ;o^2 

2o^M3 ^aail^ 5^2 .wtofo'aau ^ ^A^bos oor 5^2 .cptfoua 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 378 

«^a^ i^otil ^oiLA ^o^^ ^^ '^9\ ^? ^ -^ 

^3 'pyJboS 'l*f^o I'^istio l^y^aiaS ^'xm^o .loot 
^07^ ;ooi • 9?^ ojjs^kboab "piio oo) .loaj ^a^ jlan-Vi 
loo] \%'y* l'?^^ ^^9? ^ ^^fl> tf^f^ 'V?.?^^? 
;i^ .yOOTbo^M lorn ?^>^ ?a3B?x^S ^3 ^?3?4 ^ -vf^ 
.aoAs o^a ;6ai y^ i^^ .lorn :as\ ^ILl ;»>» ^.? 

;'3;i^ ;!^2 .;^o9 ;^o ^:iy*S ;^ .;oo) ;^ ;Lsi ^p eor 

loaj yapo 43^i ^ '^^? «^f^9*«NASb 5^i ;eo} ^iS^^ 

a«^ p^ CO} ^9 -P^^,? <^3auo \\,*y \o3u .^oroiA^ 

SJm oof ^^is opK^ ^or ipsfp ^,3 3A .;ai«4^^ ^ 
yob^a .;a\A»>N 07^ OOO] ^*bObiQ>3 ycHaj ^ p^ li^l .lorn 
;a>l!i«a .oor ^^^ ^ovlotllia ^^ p& ^ia .0^ aaoj^o 

t^9 l^'^is yj^2fi .;isoau3a ;^;#«3 ;^;lo ^ ..^^ 99 ^a 

;iao^ vfxa^o .;'ifis4 ^'?^>^ ?^io ;i|a^ ^aio .^a^i 
^|[ ^M&^ ^0/ ^23 ^2^b ^i -07^? ^f^i yOat^aSo 

uQ><^is2 ;&>;;9 ;ia>t^ ^2 9a .o!is4!^ wdio ;^aA^ 

9um2 aa ;Ia^3 ^^^l^ -^<^? v;>? ^^^j^^ '\^^^9^^ 



172a. 



■^T] THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 

^5 3^2 ->^2 .^s3L^ 67^0 .|l>«ou>i t^ :z&«3isis2 ^io^ba 
^,3^^o -^30^ ^ ^M ^bis .oT^o^ ^-^2 ;\ti ^oiN 

o^ orbbaS^o 3o^9 ^'^ ^A£vS x^2e .0730! ^^ o7,a^2 
;^ ^oiso .;^ob033 ^moS ;i2 ;a2a .bix)2o ^ik aa .^i^ 

d07«£M <»o^2 ^bo «!Six^3 t^o :<^f zo^S bbb2o 07^0^ ^001 

> II "I » / ' \" / 11 • < „ |i /• II j, •• 

^JKo^^b .loo) ^oa] ^61^ ^9 c^,>7>^ -^^9^? o^j.^^'n ^^ 
5^230 .?A\3 ^<x3f ^^ ^» oior -v^bii^ ^ou o;*^ ^o^i^ 

:soo! ;Iis*bp .0;^ i^oqr ;^o^^^ ^oT^i ^p .;oo! 1^^* ii 

m07qS^ oah J^oio .afxh \ii lorn lorn ^bo^f ^objoo 

• \ ,1 f f • m ^t m II 

^i^oidi ^007 ^^o .^^oS^i ^oo) aijd 3^^ .JL<^oaa ;l^m^ 

lioi }>a^ \<A07 OT^^sJi 4^Am29 ;iaabbboo ^x'So .ooof 
«»^ ;,?3 ^a aa .^m u^^2^ ;^Sai ^io .;^au: ;;a* 5^2 
yoioj .M07oa>Mb ^di^aaksaob ^ai«b ^oo;^ -^t^^ "^"^^ 
^2 .oa4>«9^i^ ^^^^ ojisoS .ooqf ^«>^L ^aoa ^o>?a 

BBB 



THE TRIUMPH OF THE BLESSED APOLLO. 376 



<* H^n\ c^h c^<^ ^ 
:Q^i ;oa! apM ^itXti I^sSl^ U>m^ ^^ aoJS ^» ^«m 

^o^ Sst 9Ad e'or 43>2kis^ ^ b^i ^is wio>^ ^^ ^i^ 

}qoi a>^s ^or ;Si^\|^S \iAor ^o^fM .^^ai 1 1^ ^oq^iFoi. 171a. 
^i MO}oi^9 490$^? oyA\,i ^o;*is«23 ^^3^,?^ .^aoMd 

aiy*^ loJUi ;9'So3 ;^^o .lorn IiM fpislm 3A ^'iaes 
»j\ U^ -wkOO] ^eof or.3^^? }JS^p^ ^^oisis loo] '^ia 
U^^ ^oa: .ofJSoAS^ ^ lo^is ^oioaaop 0001 ^orp .eS^l 

1^29 .;o^^ ;aai ;?*ttyio<l3 4oa\ idS ^S l^p .;ooi 
^oo) yiteVJi^ 901 ^ .^^o'^l paAd a^ 0001 ^ ><.« >vy yA&o; 
.3ibp^ ;«o^ ^aaskbps ^<£x ^Asaio .^ixSL ^ ^ ^ijlx x^ 
;o^i9 5^2 jSjo iSiiax ;^>M^ -^i^^ ^'=^9.?^ ^i?^? ?9 
^3m9B9 ?*t>AM9 i^j^AdMi 9ae2 M <>o\^2 *>o^ 9i0;t9 

^9it? ^^^i^ -;^o!'99 ;939^ ^ &f ;Mro .;v^ 

^^asa :aU9isiSjk9' .^x^g^d ;^ vA 9^oi^^ -^i? ;aiMA^ 



375 THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA ELIJAH. 

yOOl^^Mil? \f^\ V?^^ ■^-?\? ?,?^.?0 >^V^^? 



Foi.170^. jQ»a&*^&i3 ^x3&.baL3 JLauxtl ^a^iii^ ^^2 ^,^ ^9m 

^or 001 ^9 ^007 oy.bo.t.ba .mOIO^ ^^isis)^ ;*^ ^23 

233ou*3 oSsosxh SSi ;^isx^3 ?<^a;b03 yMSdc^s &^ isSo 

.^Lat^ 6st;A ^ ;aoJNbo ^9 .0^ ;oo7 ^^la 007 ^aoS^p -eor 

.;oo! ^p^ v^^*'^ ^^ ^? -^9^ ^t^ ?**>v^> ^k^ A^f^ 

or^fMO .;^3ida3 x^ |l3^.d 6w*^ op'^oiao ^3 ;oo) uoroJKA2 

:KO0) ^3mm23 ^^QXO ^ 3^ ^00} :S23 .^3^ ;S007 ^i!^M3 

ju2 InAs .;JSqai ^2o 07^^^ ^3 ^S o'y)3al .;ooi ;i!ik3: 

^oojf ;a^ .;Aof ;3o^^b ^9V? or^Hodp SaO^s ^ 

.;iaMS3 yQ»Iiiio2 Js^Js -Jiaws^ ^stio'i ^ or^oauoa op ^3 

aoAs .^sikxa Jiisiaf ^'xm v*^ m^o^soS^ -HiisTf i^JKo 
• t f I ' «'^i« \,i« 1/ »• \t t * ' ' 

.^ofiboo ;qo) 36uko;ap 
<''i^l ^29 woro^^ a!A\s*> 



THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA THEON. 374 

^boirf ai6seS loo] uO^i SJi^ ^oAa .^ol^l«^ Iqo] juau 
pLtDO lom \xoha oiy^l ^dsoa ^o .la^is^'^ \ 11^^ ^'o] 170a. 

paij ^XiS^ ?^ OkM^isxj; .vA^ 99 ^,» 00) .wOVA oVVyft . i 3 
^o^ ohhl Ml ;xsA3 yOtriscS ly** '^^o -^o^ 001 

^CLior ^3^3 0^0 -07^^ yO^iOxia 0007 ^ *M %bo . y aJ^^ 

^ yoo^ ^oo! 3iAJQ»3 P,?^ \>< oueisis23 \\'rt .^ait 
.oi^oSb ^o^Sia ^efroiaas aA ^07 ;a3i ;oo] ;aa .^au^aij 

?-^^\?j>^ ;«»oo)aae ^cua ^ifib .^,a aio; .^k* ?yAi 

aJiK^ 9A .^i^ ^?9^? ^? ^^^^ ?; > '^^ « P ^ *^h ^^ 
^2 )!^ ^0^)1^0 <^'*tad^ v3^ .^ ?iw>ia A*aoloc|; 
y» loo] JO^o .^o^af Jsoo) o^ftte2 y*a o/ls^auo .^aoi 
\^r' ^asaa ^jko^Im ya^Lo .^aabia 5^ ^JKa^SAa ov>*aoA 
^^aJoSi .^o^ ;oo) ^Astt) o^ 000} ^fM*Ma ^ii^p ^o .loo] 
.woojf ^c^^*2 orai*a ajJ^ \4< ^og) ^^L^JSii^a ^^a 



373 THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA THEON. 

.^ASpo ;tAbaA23 ^ix ;kM ;ooif kJ^o .o^'S^M OOO) ^0073 ;^i 
^^2 J^2 ^3 ;i^2 .;o^i3 ^^S^^ op OOO) ^*ba\th9 ^'a 
yOajSa X^2 .dpi 3^? J^i^M ^ ;Ao .o rt , \ 3cj) ^is 
^o^d^l ^3 4^ «4>^^ ^l&iA*o;po .;isL.,3^b dpuiS ;'30dAL 
y^r^** ;!^aOiQ}i^i fa^i ^fis&A,!&bob o^Jdoxa ^^ia ^1.9^2 .000) 
opo) ^tV^,? ^^ c^xSo ^3 o^n^aJ^oI 4i>a>^ 
d^'Sis9 OOO) ahsubi ^Boa .^ua jso^ yOor^^o)oso^ 
Moro*33iu ^iu*t^^9 ;»J>ft^2 o2 ^3g X>2 ^29 ,oy»V'\s>*y>'io 
^sMO .^^>^ ^0)^^G^tt0 ^ a]6scJauisoj^ ^a^yii .^or^oS 

^^ 9^3 ^X*i >^07 ^233 ;0^2 ^^3 ^ 3bp;& JU2 

^oS ;a,lSdaV3 ^2 .;BoX3 ^eo] ^a^L? ^4^^ ^ ^^^ 

.^^aLas ;;i^ofl» )Ss< ^^^ ^^ ^? -OOO) ^3ub^^ 

.?A<a.'>2 ^bOM3 ;3Mii3 .OOO) ^00; ^O^ ;^33 >^0J^30 

^sit .o*Lisx^ iii bddjCD ;S yoop ;oo) ^^23 ^at*o 
3^Qi ^ o^isisba^ AijQ>^iso ^oaS ,!^i '^jS^ opo) 

lom ^sibs o)^oS o^om? ^^?^? '\Oajiio y^ ^m!Sa3 

^c^o^s ^07 .;3303o ^2l!^ ^^^o^ai ^is ^i^o .^ 

;V.'^33 iK«20 ..00^330333 6s*l0 .^6^3 ^a2 .OOO) ^'i^ 

.Ji^0^33 ^*20 
94>3bp3 ^OS^ t^2 ;[&3m2 ^OJS ^fM •^^^ ^23 mO)qL^^ 

;3dL^ ^;^ O^,? 4>3S^ o^ '^^? v^ -^is^,?^ ^ 

^:s^^o .M0)03aA3 ;3o^9 Uois*33 ;oo) ^4^3 .^^b 
;*3d 5^2 -^il!^ ^^^ lorn ?aL 3»3 o'o; .^^x '^^ ^ax 



THE HISTORY OF THE HRETHREN OF OXYRIIYNCHUS. 372 

Iqm Uosiioo .^^^ ^ ^ 5^2 loo] ^u]oif^l oraaoaao 
;^aiaL3 ajsio 006) ^sa ^» pok .^N}*^ lisca^fO^ ^tx^ 

eooi a^ 990 .^iait >SV*ifti aoAs i^Ah ^^09^91^0 i!i><3 

;IoM> ^i \>« .;9o^ ^'3^? ^'^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ 

o^baaa ^ ;i2 ^a^isbob .^plo o^ loo] pJO^ ^^^^ ^^^ 
wbD3 661 A*2 007 lIoojQB y*9 om .^JSb ?«oar*t> ^qx*9 

*>^i ^23 mOJoL^mA o6a!^<* 

;A^ 9y\ ;uior .^.tt^np ;lS ^^auk? 07?? ;tso^^ ^9 
k^2 yoo^ eoo] y4DLtjU9^Jk .^\h a^j3,p ^19^12 .;^29 ;js>*9 

1^2 .6^ mOoi ^,>m .;^29 lifkOJOi^ajsa ^ .;isif,9hob ;3ox 

;^3wm2 ;is&f,3^,p 3£iiso^9 5^2 .39^ ^ &xyJ. iss^j? ^ 

^e .^9 i^A^ajo ^fisLa^b ovi»oa eoo; ^<^!k>^9 •o^2 

;9A>ih<iKS:^ 1^2 ^9 ;oo7 6ssi .l»9ilu? yoo^ o^ilpis, >ia 

6^0 .^S Jcr[ ^^&«,9b09 .^\^ .)^ ^Op ;00! JUA9 ;^9i« 
5^ie .^901 iK42 ^£^9*9 ^ ^9m ^9m 1^9^ .^9Lyi9 ^^O^^ 

.;isL9h09 ^A^9 0001 ^<^ ^9 ;3Ao/ .;is&t,9^9 ? i tfk\ « 

eeO) ^9^ V?^? I V^^''^ .^9iK9 ;XI»d9al3 h^29Fol.i69^. 



371 THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA ABBAN. 

.00739 .^0^0^34 >^ ooo) ^3 ^'il^po .^07^ JSa2 

^ 9m^ 3mi9 .000) ^>*M JSm^^O .^>*fli\S^ pA OOOI ^i/9A^ 

^sboMab ^aaisAiAa 5^2 .0007 ^3^ ^^f^ ^^^ -V^^^ 
Losaa .oouM sm ayAas .eoo) wi>aaL ^oro ..oo^i\«2 

ja>S>v> /a& ;ar3 4.3x^1^ ^3aisiQ»&3 5^2 .;30^ 1S4*' 09^ 

^3M*b tOO^ 9)j\ ^OO) iSii2 .9m^ ^ yO^&d ^2 .^^tti^ 

^e .eoo] ^3)ibo yoc^booi^ ^00^3^*2 ^Ksi^ o2 .^iosf 
pUA3 ^e6\ )!Sa3 ^3m2 ^^ibo ^ o2 }lN*f ^ o2 JbouA 
^,3 ^'>m2 .^oiis3»:3Ui6iS ^o^ ^oo! bfiiikOO .^ov^s^jb 
"pyso^ 3k^ .^aduoboo .0007 ^fA>^ ^^^ soAai ^bbuA 
0001 y ita>jftt3 ^'iinVSy ^ .000] ^^it^^ ^ ^3m2 
aoAa ^ibf 091 JsSjs A^ios ^ ^3 ^'3>m2 .^o^pa^tj 

.^LiO ^330^ ^^^ V^ -^^^^ ^Ol&^y^a yO0;(^tl3 \\,,V> 
*:*yQ3023 mOIoL^i^ Oh9\x•^ 

.^2 ^23 uOIoJJi^ 

Fol. i69<7.^ I }OOI aisIbO 'ZsSL^b oof ■?1.'1ftS^ ^3u*2 ^3 ^^ 

mO^o^ ooo! ^iss^d ^2 .^2 ;oo! 07bAX3 .^xalia yooi^ 
^o^bo ;;2!^o -«Si^3 ^oJSbo ;^o .^ba* :ao^bo Ad .o^baiMd }^l 
. . j;\bpi3 ;l^2 .^23 ;2a ^o^ ;lSo .jdi \L fjaps 
.^jxaobOLS t^io >}?f^ ?<.^t3 .mOIOmm oooi yO0>i^A2o 

AAA» 



THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA AMMON. 37O 

^li .^jM l^ioi loai ^ loaj liai o^j^o .^l 9^0 ;jbea^ 

J^ 001 ^l ^Ip .o^iab ^ o^ »»;; ^» 99 .;ai;ar ^ooi 
07:7 .msX^ ^k^i ^ ^,? ^^j •^^^'T^ ^^ ?V^ ^? ?a>^aB 

^9^3 ^iv^ .a^;i3 ^3 ^o; .y^^isxji Ao ^iss;; ;*>^ 

vSytn^i) }^? v?^'^ ^^ -yOo;;^ ^oo! poL ^JSa ^ol ^ 
3S>^v» ^^23 hV^^ >2^mXm ooj .^oorSiMo^ eoi .Sikaisxl 9ao 

.;00) }|kj| aliSO^ I A^'? ?4 ^^ '^.? ^tH>! ^ 9^ .^OOIFol.l68^. 

.^oo! er^ta^l JoSa ^>a U$oS^ ^,^ om .^*3k^ mOIoI^s ^2 
M*adoi sal A .;307 ^a ^Is .;oo) ^is*i ?i\\\ ^oroi^MO 
iK*2 ^^OMiit aA ;3or v^3 .\i aa ^cno^asitib >^>«ia>M 
AA o^t^A ^2l^ MOfoaaosd ^^^ox ^3 ;L2 .0^ ^poi 

5^2 .^isa^ <'7^? ^?^? ?ii>\ jcii ^,3 ;oo! ;iu 4001 
;o^i^ &^i .^l^^o -^a^^ ;xoA33 ^e&ZAa ;^o\ 

1^ MMkbCKJbo 
^9o2 ^23 MOrfOlJi^ 069\x*> 

.^OS02 ^23 wO!oL^^ ^o:S 

^JsSjSp ;a2 .yOM2 o^,^ ^^agJ ;3a^ viQ|*;3JS9 ^3 ^•'l 



Fol. 1 68a, 



369 THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA OR. 

;ol'b3 lisy**! ^^osu^ ^i a{^ ^^okislo .0^ ^eo! ^aJd 
^ 39 ^3u.^Ap 'l9^j?? v?^^ ^^^^? ^^^ -^9^ ?^^^ 

yooi^a ;>I^ ^A^ oior .^ ;eo! ^3^ ^!|32a ^^o^^o^o 
;iAb^ .^g^a^^S ^oS^ Vji^is^ ^,?^^ ^? -^^09 
^JSe^^^os ^^afoi^lp .yca'^JOa, ^ops^oS ;*L^09 ^ao^p 

.^ai lyayiaa x^ l^aX^ ^l ^bl^ .;oo! ^'io ^iu^ ;3ii2S 

.o^bpo^ ^Lcoe o^ ;ooir ;^y^ ;&Ib(UK ^LiAae^ ^ou <^^^ 
oi^ ^3^0 .^isac^o Afik^ba ^^Xm o^ ^001 bddita ;&oro 
^fi^oboa 5^1 ;a<a ^L^'a ^09^^ 07^0^ o^j^a .^sl'ya ;&o^ 
^ ^is^ 5^2 42iP^ ^sio ^aois .JsaaaMo ;i^oX^a 
>^>cv y .5^ isabpl^^2a 07^ ^abdlo .op; ja^a jsbp^ 
.5^iUQ>2 ^;i^a 5^0 J^ ?Q^ ;xor .^s^ 02 p>isnS:yi 
i^^ixS ^soAa ;iAja .o;b.Iiia£i ^y^ oaf oaf ^a ^ooi 9M2 

AAA 



THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA OR. 368 

aoAa ^0TO .^]\bbSa ^is .oo72s^2 ^*o^3 ^^o^i ^o^ 
itsc lom li^o .^001 Sail 3a>^o ^a^ '9^? ^^a^tboa 

Ixipipa ^^i^ .;iN^bo\ ;jKo3uf9^ ;^^ ^3 ^9 .^010^2 

^ N«?A» .0^ ;ooj yapi ^?6s y\ ^o .^LS a^^^ 

907 ^01 sMiu ^3 9ka .5^3kd^3 ;a»ou^ ^3^ -^o^i^ 
^audita liapieS I'i^^o .^001 ;,33 ;JSo^^*^u«a .9o2 ;a2 U$oS^ 

Jbaa .^001 ^akisbo ^suaA ^30*0 .0^ loo] ^as* ^isM^^^ 
^ ;a^9 >^^r^o .;oo) :ai^ aoAa .^oia ;,3yi« ^4 ^p 

^ifiyii .0^ ^aoiu^2 ^'?il ^^^b '^b^? ^ai lisoOtS^ •2i*s^ 



^6y THE TRIUMPHS OF ABBA OR. 

oil k^a J^o] *>of^ ouxm iH ^adoo .^soVvj oy^^ oo] 

. &^X^ ^ikx ^^3 ^?^ ^,?^ '^^ '^^ ^^^ ^^ 

' !^i^ ^i ^ 9^2 .^909 ^oju ^9 99 .;eo7 ^^ 
Foi. 167a. ;a\» jQ»AiQ>9l^9 I oi^QSkf9 >^Va lc^ ^ola .^^ouTub 

OOr jQ>*lVjoA ^»S>\^A9 ^9OS0 ^C|7? .^99009^2^ ^*^^ 

jQ»*A»?2^ ;al^ff>9>a ^iAf ;5\bp 907 of^ ^9^?9 -^9^^ 

l^O^l ^fU ^9 9a .^i?\^ ^2 ;3AOf ;99aC39 ;Li 6Ji0 

or^oxitfo .^ Q^9o2o ^i ^'9m*2 clsi^ •li*\^ ^'9m2 
oyS ;90) 9>,fiA^ -^'^^^ ^to'^ftVyi ^>^fAaE ^ou ^9^9 
aubo .bOCM or^oSb bfibisu ^2 ;iS >^JS ^eu9 9A 
00; .^^ ^o^ i^fj^o cr^m'i \^isx2o ^^o^^ ;a993 

.^2 ^fia\L 7iS>\\ ;isMOda^ oi^9 

.^Q* m9^ ^9^9 MO7O3J1M& O^aSjB 

.902 ^i ^?yU9 m07oL2.^ 

;^i9 ^ai .9o2 ;s2 oppab ;«;«boN ?Mi ;9^ ^9^ ^'^ 

^6«» 9a 5^io .oiS ^oo? jsa2 ^^^9 jib99jQ>29 .l^2 ;;>i.9 

^oa^jk 9o<A3 or^fM ^9 .0^0^94 wM*;u(9 42^9 ^^l^ 

;A«m9 ;390m3 }?<^ ^f ^9\ 3^1^ ^^ .mOIoI^i 
aU9bd9 ^90m3 ^9 }JS9Ma 49O! 9£l9iS9p ^IsB ^^a\6^f^^ 

;3l^2o 490! ^ ^o)^ ^^9m2o .lorn i^s^ l^y*? }x*^ 

;a^i .;90! «9^ oor ^9^23 073 ^ojopu^ .007 ;l9a9 ? ?'ti5^ci» 



THE HISTORY OF MAR JOHN CONTINUED. 366 

^b U^'-i? Zi^OfOao ^JKaisI^ lis'iMa ^%^^ ^nrky^i ^,?o 
.5^oqp ;o7;«a9^o ^'?>^S ab^Mo '^'^ ^oi^id^ wmaimo 

;«^ -^^o "T^o sm^, ;I;I -^x^ a\^ol ^^o^^ i^^o 

i^^ y^ .^i&ailods ^booLo ^bo^o .ii^o uoroiy.2 aJ^ 
.opl^b XmIo >\>ba^ ^Lais ^2 .o)^ia»ciu attain ;^e^ 
im ^1*^39 ;*^i iiSe J^m ^ ^isJM wi^e o^ ^<\ ^aik^ 

tdbdi&e o^lijbt \di310 .o^too&dS ;^o oTsdia a^^ miS 007 
^ \^6a9 -^fj^f^i '^^Isllbpiac ^ailitto .;^>tbo& iKi.;i^Js^ 
>^b^ ^ k^^o^^ )^ ^ .«33itfta ;o;Si ^9Jbo '^.^^ *^ 
woroi^l ^otlSI ;zx4m %km 0010 .^^ oi3^iQi;3^b ^js^i 

.Qi5dao .^fM^^3 ^a^a Z^fioo .01^ ^aaibo ^SAsMobo 
kdtfijfb i\y,y .MOiouia woi ^aaea ^jin b^^ opA .»^bl 



Fol.l66a, 



365 THE HISTORY OF MAR JOHN CONTINUED. 

xH^ 5^^3 ^^?9ii >^* y apo '5^^ ^S'^2o | .^i^oau^ 
.QMA&is^o .xOapiio k^ott^so <^3oa 5^ .ois»io .is&ea 

4oi.b ^ . oaopisds i^^ C30JS . oaoibffiso -^A^b ^i^ooJS^ 
4o*b Ska tO^^ /l^o .y>S>i{ba ^'of^ ^Qa»S>^ ^^^^ ?9 
^i .^^o^ lisl^ ski .2 ^2 -A^b ;o«M ^091^ ^o^ 99 

.;!«;; oi .^s^^*^ ol .;3i 02 .;3lo 02 .;j^isii ei .;iflu«3 ei 

.;NoS^ ^oayiS«.2 obaubi ^,b±}oS .lisk^ o2 .;3£i o2 .^ o2 
}oo^o j('>V9 00^20 .oaJd ?M*irbaS .oa^fA 07^ ^o 
^o^ ^o .yo6^3iJ ^ ;bd;& i»i^ .J,?;*? ;Si^b ;of*« 
^Sk^isa^ 39 yoaaoi^bi^o .^cLb o2 ^tiVt*! .a%ioi\y,is 
J^2 ..oauiit^'aa . oboubis^iO .007S . oiQ3*^^is^» H .^oa^^ 

^aob oA'aso .^a 0001 ^>f)>M^^^ ^^^^o .^>^ o(^ 
^907 ^balLa 71,3^3 -5^tl^asb ^32 ^ ^o?^? .^adolo 
Mt» ^09^ a003^ .^o^ ^^oa) 3M2 ^3 ;i2 .<Li!sJ|^ 07^ 

^^y -J^j? ^.>?^ v?^^ v*f*^^ ^A. ^ -AoL [LA^ 
.l!^ obou^so ^^0332 ^^oAx bisa .Jo .oisfti ^i l^at 



THE HISTORY OF ANOTHER DESERT MONK. 364 

.More^v« ^>«3i ^^? V^^ "^^^ ^^^ .^A^'opoo ^^9^ ^i 

WIM90C3 sa^a y» acuisiOsia ^oua op^bo ooo) ^tsa .^soJK^ 
^0^3 o^ ooc^ ^*^ .wM«&isisj^o aaudoQ>j^ aA^ aA .^op 

i\3jbeiS yoaoi^^o ^oboafiUo .;aaa\sab l^^ ^00^ 
;iAor .^ofioia^ ^^>^? ^\ ^\ ^.? 9.?i .^'>a>'K» ^Om 
.;xi^ ^:>303a ;^e;Sd *o*ft^Mi3 -yoai^ lom >fl^*o 

^ .o^ ^2 aaix ^o;^ }oo) >\\^*tf ^Js;p^ ^ftCaJsi^ 

007 ..AS^ ^jTImA aA ^ifibAia .a^'io opdis loo] aat^isio 

,, ' V" ' .' ' ■»'»»• » I ' 'tiff 

^ai'ia ^y*'Oi .or^osu^ i^isAl ^o .^aia ^ooa ^a 
Ao^2a .M}'io opK^ ;9ab9 39 i^ ;3aaA o^ ^^^^ 
ak*e3e .Uooia ^*aK^ £soo] ^lai >\»\h a^ .^laaAta ;Lb» 
Hrt^Vjis^ ^ ;La;3e .Jila \d^ wS Js*do7 ;ddr >\«Sih 
.wOTo^i ^ 2^i aairi^aoa ^xboia J.or ^oio^k^ :sbb\so .0001 

.;od) y>Aay ;:0ola oi^aouo ;;«^ ^^^^9 -^a^ ;adds^ 
;:a»a^ -^'^^ ^ Ax ;^o .;Lai ^ laub ^o .^^^^b 



Fol. I 



363 THE HISTORY OF ANOTHER DESERT MONK. 

*> o;6^o2 ?toS>\S o^QMao .07^*^3^^ ^007 oj^A^m ^isausas 
^^e .yj5^2 cnissbax^a ^aJ^e .j(^ a^i^ ^ol y*3 9a 
;^o .:auA3 oTbaJS ;&3^ dp y.Ax2 .;^a450L^ 44"^ ^^fdio 

Ai0bis2 9tSko AAtt ;iooi ^^ iSi .;ooi aiii or,3Ji^i9 5^2 

X^^b ;AS ;oof ^3 99 .y«Miis^2o ;as\ .3kbpa^2o ;oo7 

^auait ^Jsissis oof 5^2 cf^ a 01 o6£io .;b\s ^isum^ MOioasou*^ 
l^ mo^oaA?? o^ 5^^o -^9^ 3kM oT^oS ?Xd5^o .0;!^ 
^3 }:soaS .lom TiVtba ^a^LJks ^la^oioA o^ .0^ ^ooi 

^S ^3 ;S ..^LiSX^^O l^cH'S 0)30^ wtjd& .^^b 

;l9o ^aa U?^ "^^^ tt.? ^ "^^^^^? ;&aorTQ^ ;au^ 
Ackia oor 5^2 o;aod^ ilS^x yMSdcj^o ;:sai.bA AsmO .^toA 
^e^ b«3AOf .^xiu ;^ad(o .;aAa>^ ^sai^o 43ajbeA 
;^^&3 A^2o .bfidoa ^ 5^2 oS .^o ^ooj w4^^ 
07^ ^00) ^aa ^baai oS .M«>aisis2 u.9 aa .o7^Xa3 ^ 
jiaua ^oL uO!o^ oSa 99^ .w4^^po ^901 ^990 
mo^qSoioIo wtoylo^a tt Aa ^^\ -^^^ >Q^ 000} ^^iibpe 
;aaak^ <{,?^? -oi^M*^ ^ '^^'^9 ?A^a ^a ^ .?ioV\\ 
65^.;iabau2 o^aai .^2a ;>9oo^ ^ btSLMa | aa .^jux ^o^ 
.0^ ^%^^ 9^ 1^,? -^oToaawA ^00} ai^o .^Am ojAio 



THE HISTORY OF ANOTHER DESERT MONK. 362 

\ft .Ipm v^aisuap 0730^ iiit ? «imS .^^ el ^eu 

.MOTeaoiu«30 or^o^^ ^2 3kbp2 99 .o;'t^3ifr>S ^OJS ^007 
oil 5^i ^oo] aaii^^^ poAa a^^^b Ivynno .^oieaiaoaa 

.uOIQ^ ^3^ ^^^^ ^3 ^CUQ»& ^9 ^2 .0^ JOO) ^OO? 

\Ah 3M>^b Joi .or^^»ax ykOi ^isau ;S ^» ;&:a9 i!^e 
i\^ aaoe .oju^aa ais^JKl >A^ ^ .oiisl^o^ ^007 ? nA>i 
iiSa ^,3^ loo] ^b^ 661 5^0 ■??>'>^fl> ^ J^»3 o^s^ 
.v«o)e4t2 Uo^oip ^Pf^ ^ *^^^i^o -^sOa ^o^ ^ 
V2 4iK9o^f }fiKeki«^ ^i»9bb .;fiL*oaa ;i^3 07S ^3k^is2 
.^^Ckotta o^ ^33 ^ia& ^e .^aj ikoA^l^i 0^3 3^isA^>3 
JK*^}Sp ^^? ^^f^P V^o -^^9^? ^?f^ ^,>>070 

^01033033 ^ikO^ ^3 ^33 .^OO] \^39r ^ftC a t ^fj l ^<iiQ>3^0 

^ }S303 t3A« \^ aao .07^ :soo7 ^a^ ^3^ •^'?^ 
lai^i ^3 ^iOM^ orsefr^ ^ ^*^1 i .or^o^r'3 ^3^ sij^Foi. i6s<: 

or»oV.**VMS o)^OAlaoopb3 «3x^^2 ;^e .^sjk H oubo ^or 



361 THE HISTORY OF ANOTHER DESERT MONK. 

' « It 'f t ^ II I m \ t m ^ f I , t im ^ ,, i t , II 

^JSofiua^bab .[lis .oaobo i!^o7 ^2 ^ ya>bft^ p'ib yho 

abiibo ui3 ^aiL ..^Uiax m^^^ ^^^fisx ^qi uoya .Sabis^ 

*>^iUM9 ^bOMS ^3500^ \^i ^'bisIbO ^3k309iS 

.^^sUmS ^3ou*9 ^b^ia ^3uM* ^3m2 h^io ^o^. bA^ ^00; 

yoo^ ^001 :au*3 }^Am ^9 ^oo] mOIo^2 .^oub ^ loa\ ^^ 
.|[pa; b^i^^ V^*f^ ^9^9 '^^'^'^9 ^^^^^^ .oiiSiAOu 

y^l hH^ As ^or? j^nH^iib oar ^^ie .?tB>\y!3 yOo^iMo 
^boN w^ Ao -^90) ^ji ^bia A? ^cp 'lorn ^aa 
yOO^A^ wQjA te b ^A*i .;oai ^ ^Al'^ Ao .0^ ^007 \\p 
lisoJfii A^2o .^3^3 A^2o .;MSa A^2 A2 -3^^ 

bjy^ ;3bf ^ 4^2 Ai<9 }Aao^ ;oo7 ;3\bo A 2 .^aaba 
^^ 07^ ;ooi isA .wfi^^ ^abo^A ^l^ ;bboo^ ^a 

^^^ 99 A2 -o;b!^ )2ijbio ^jobisisi o^a o^ba :z(,a^a 
. 164^. vA4> » ;opi ^oS o^ bJk^ o^Om I >^o7^ \^o] a^ Jicr\ 
? . t o ^ . i < ^a oyUl^^o .o^a 9&IbiA ;ooi ^a^oboo .loo) 
Ao >^3u:s^ Jbrucpao ^of^a loo) ;au6aJSbo ^^^a^isle .^ilor 
;iiu^ OTX^ Ao .;oo) ^bis^ qiba^e\ ;4^a ;^obd^3 
^b3 .;oo7 ^Aii l^>t^ ^ ^^o^aia ^aaio^aa A2 .JNoo) 
^b^J^ ^aM -^,3u b*^ ^93 -oji^a ^007 J^^I ^oAi aa ^a 



THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 360 

.o)JKoA ^cLb yCLieri ouod llfil^ ^?^ 9^^ ..eo^ ^ooi 
^oyoa>a^ .0007 ^a^I ^or aa «30^ mjiojo .ea^ iS tjiMo 

073 ^sold XAd 9A0 .^oioudajB) ^^^^^^e .o^o\ o^ 
99 ^oo! ^^3kX Moo^aia >^oa ^<ap ^3 007 .MCiofibdc o^adi 

^o ,Xpm v*«a>aty ^ ^?,?^ ^^,?^ ^^^?9 -H^^^? 
Mduiba M^^io a\'6s»si [lis .opt^ op ^^3 ^3 >\tVh aJKa 

^001 ^^^^ O^ OOOI ^A^O >0^ O^k^ ^:S0^3 .Js^ 

.^or }olb ^a\ds^ o'ypSil l*'»ia ^ ^*^?9 v^^A^? 

oi ^ba^ vA oo! w^ii^a -^o^ ^oo) Si^'l ^2 .j&i*V\isj^ 

;^o^ ^ '^^.? ^.? l^^^ -M ^^ ?*ttVv<a oTJSM^oa^a 
^^»a ;11^ ^ t^io >V\b Xi^ -^9^'?? i^^T^? ^^^'-^ 

.<^OIo\^ I 0007 ft\^\ ^f^Q^? ^?,? >^>V^ *^^^ ^Cn^^Fol.iSio. 

osjbi ;s^oro .000; ucnolZio &ao'ih JiJSo^ i\> l^oS^o 
Jbpafr^ ;S Ofu* aAo .oxdo^2 ^^^oii ^p ^,?^ -^ 
OOO! ^f2 .or^o^ ^ aaxo .^Lao ^2 ^oioiSbdi .too^ ^oo! 
.^ isASkf isyAf is^af .^aioio ^*aub 39 .oiJSoA ^ ^» 
.;Iaa X*2laa 007 ;;^2 .op A^^ ;i^ xa» ^a^ «3oNo 
,;»>o*^at3 £s*;Iaa ^aisbo ^ .^a 2aaa abpL\< oof ^aoLds 
)iik*i .;oo) Zo^a ^V><^3o J^Kaaoafici Ai^^ ^^,?^ a^iJifO 



359 THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN, 

^o^ia l^ysi .6sfl>*Mi oi^ wOoi (3m:^«a ^'Soa '&?o 

^^29 -o^x^ \>< loo] aitA 99 .0731^ ^>?^? o^ .OTbpo^ 
9k^ -opK^ Jau* i^oaJO 6st^ ai'iso^ ya>a ^o 4oat ^M&a 
.MOfoud^ 1^ ^ATto JOJo^'p ^ap .0^9 JLfiboo^ ^ "^^M? 
^cLb mOToji^ obpub .^of 90^ ^olp ly*M ^^aat ^9 9^ 
.^99oio eeo) ^o^o -^1 mO/omi ^9ub ^9 ^JS^i .?>S>\'1 

Ativt 0^9 ;9a^o ^'^f^ >^? ^-^ ^^ -^^^^A^ 

? lly i n >9La ^9*0/ .M^auap xS S^y^p ^^^o ~^%>^6s2, 

;9oi^9 is£i ? 9>tobo ;^9^ ^a ;9uio .^oo;&9 ;i3^ ?nyvs^v>e 
5^9 .isfti yM^^is^ ^ >^2^93o is&i ;^2 ;l^ .;S>^'^iio 

.5^9 9fX^ ;^;& >\^\ri9 ^f^9*9i .IXOI ^9M 07^ OO) 

;s9a ^aa^ isfti 9uon9 lai^ ;Ij^ .^^i Si^ ^t^> ;^ore 
;:s;I^e .5^9 ;^;i ^^^^.p ^^i ^?^^^ ^0 .;Io9 02 

£Sba*ti2 ^o isii ^99 .^Aid 9A o^ oooj ^yiol >&9m2 

jb09^<S99 .iS«007 ^l^ifiA ^1^0 .k939is2 ;^oL 0?!^!>1 .^ioja 

S isii isiks ;lS .;ba^fi^ is&i ;ji^ ;[S .^li y^S^^ ^190 

loo} ^ObOb^ 9a oai ^ioA^ ^9 00? .^^ isfti bddio 



THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 358 

,yomi^ lorn l}*\n AVyiy p^o ,^»aioA^6s &m ^^ 

MOfo^ads }^3^b ^ia .o^ailae o^bao .Morou'^;^^ ^.,>f^ 

U?^e ^9^ .^oif MOiea^^iS ^^oa^b i\*\y dor i^io 
S?tiitM>nS ^ ;oo) ?3i^e 4oo) ^to» -^^^ ^^>^^? 
.o^ k^Leli^Jko 3o^iA>& ^aor ^a ;ooi \^iM»iyo .^iKs<a 
aa ^3 mo; .^30^ ^Iaoao .J^a ayJOSM ^oors ^3^ V^ 

.sMpictl V'f\f9 ^ciuba biis ^}*^ ^c\ l?^^ '^^^ 
ooojf ^tJUS Jboa ^^^9 .^oio^Mi ma^oS^o motomIs 
&^3isisj|9 ^3 is&io .5^1^^ 0^?^ ^^? ^ *^? .^bisaio 

.0^90^9 l^M 0^ htto^ pao .^ol oiS^a op:^ \i< ^o 
9«\ mOI }bar9 .i^S^S ;io^i>^ aois lom )^o )^9 Jor 
^ftl^b NobijQx^ .;bba jtiiS v*o^fb ^p -^^P a\6spxaoo2 
^\'^ .yuMs MfiJCM )S ^o^e .0^ ;^>*^ liajo ^do^b 
.^jt^ ;I'bQd .aiV^ Sstp }a4^ ^ ^^^ ^ '^ ^^ 

;v^b ^ ;^is^ ^? 3^ ;A9ofos< .;u9 ;^ A^io 

;aaA ofib^b }i|i^ 3^ loj .;bao > n o *\S ^ad& ^^MJK&b 
VfS^ ^fiiVt? •?>- J^-a^ ?-r ?-»^ H^ ^ J^^i 



357 THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 

.Op ^ih ^f^\ \^^. ^0^0 .^Sksi^ ;i\3o!0a ;^So2 

lajp -M99M 3A 3^2 .0;^X3\ ;30ra ^ 5^2 9U.03 J^2 

.;o^A ;l2 jiaubboo .;^3^ ^w ^3^ ?^ ^ofLs'^^ 

;2«'.N ^ ftt S ,?*«iS>i.a ^oli ^o .;x^ ^seao^f ^ vA l^^p 

;oqf ^iba ^ksabba 24>>^ ^?^ ^dOhLa ;j^2 ^ a^ 
Foi. 162^ Jl^od ^e .^007 a^bis^ ^^o^Am aiL>a ^61 ea]o \ .^LiS 
^Zjs2? ^3 ^ -^ola ^:aS lorn ^^4^ ^^aio'^l^ 
9^M^2o af^ ^ \i>isis2o .;^ouM3LaK3 3iSf^2o ^JsbS^a 
t^2s ^ou^a ^2 o;^ ^2 .^aoa oof .^'i*^ woidaaoaa 
;^S^a ;isa^ ^4^^? ^^9^? V^ otaCuo .^o^i ^ 
;jsa>hoa ^ais ^^l ?9 <f,?or s^oia .^aboaa ^a^^a ^aaaboa 
2aaK a ^o/oaaoa \iyO .fti^ ^[Lais ^ o^b ^aox .MM^^'a 
;oo) <iaa2a \v*ift .yMA&is^a o^ JKooi ;Isai aa .fts!!.^ om 

^ . y II • < • 'V II III" "^,1 II I - '^ "I •• < II 

400) dbaf ;L^a ^07 nOii^ "P*f?^l, ^? ^,? o.?7 -^3;^? ^ 
.MJS*ii\ P& ^2 5i^2a b^ ;ob7 L^^ 4^^*^ o^ q;^k3tio 
6^39 >^^eufiab ^aoixa ^!^o .v)S ^abo2 b«,a v»o7 
b}«^a ;(^aox3,a 5^2a .07^bS ;l^baiitt*i ^aljo .«A07ola23 



THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 356 

oat .lc{!iiS «3m»3 ^ >^? l^? ^?^ ^^ ^*f^ 

eor .2oi^i ^2 2i23 o^bo a&5:s23 aA oudo .aj^xo^ 
;^ aA a^s!^ .;o^ia or^^'x ^ WrtS ;axb .l*aof 
.iJSlAo ^bu k^i ^liSda oo] ^MStv» .ojAfuiub J(i2 Jido 

;!iL^o .07!!^ ^<S\^» ^yo ^2| ;^^fLAx ;jil^le .;^ ^bjbaoFoi.idsa. 

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.;aisIao ^aaoa ^a ^JS^li!^ .^'aM2 ^ .^ aka»;; ^o/ 
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j(l2 ;^e .jL^iV^a ^ ;^oAaauGbao yoald^.a ^ooMi'asoaa ocai 

;i3i3 ^2 ;oo^ ^2 .;sa9k ;^^ v^f^'^f^^ r^.-^ t^^ 

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;iA*i .;o^2a ai6spaSiiaS ^oSAp ^ ubat li^ifi» U^o^P 
jboa^^ ^ ooi b^2a pabo 007 .^fl^ ;i^\t joio^o^ ^2a 
.;11A )Saoiaop ;^ao2 ;^2o ;Lh6s ^\a ^io? .xojLa ^ 

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Fol. 1616. 



355 THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 

.;o^i :zi3ub ;^o^^ \0^\ ^«to>'ha ^>sa .^'043 yoaaatOM, 
;^fM mo; ^ o;*a^o;i&o .yOajI^S^ ^^ U>««2 ^ou* ^o 
.^'p la^ ^'p liseS^p ^?^,? ^^ 4o^i? }isM«aa 

^ Mp ^^oa^M ypsi^^a .yO&\i«9 ;u2 5^2 oSo .;[baud 
^^ ^3^9?? ^istauiA lksm6ax6s \\*jnp lom )iio .l^ftan 

;:^3^9 ;&pof7ei^ ojS^ ;oo^ A^io .;o^iS )!i^ ^l^yitp 

;JSM^is&p9 00^2 .d'yao yait >S\bpb9a ^ 3m\ oor ,?io\\< 

;oor ;^afiL3JQ>b .^kJ ^al^S^ 3a?isap o2 ^ds&jSJap o2 

U*i .&i2 juia ^jI^^ '^3ox Ijpaj ^a ^^^ "y^^f- 

^3 ;^ea3^ox ay.^ ^^2 .ala ^^ ;±aSia 6u;a<^b 

;:^^^ .;js;2^^ ^^^9 /°|,3^ ^a^b a^ ti^^ ,?t%>'>*i 

t^MAio ;ooro .^AxLaio ^'a^ ^V^ ?aascLa cr^<^aX qii' 
^a iS 4^i^ ^^**3^? ^c^ ^^ .^ofoau p>L o^ ^^^ 
>!i>S.tto ■'^aA 0<^j| jSf^4f^'? aajQ»ia jd2^ af^ ^o 
;jka^a o^ tSsko .mAxj; o^a o^ aajoa* >^9?i o^ o?) 



THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 354 

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;i'3j[d ;^dodc }9>aK^ x!^ ooi a^^ -^9^ \^^ ^^ ^Afth 

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^o^k*2 aA^ ^oa iSaci .^<io ^ l^aikS 62 .;^«mS ;a3:a 
mOIoLLSjso lo^'lp MO)ciua& .;is90doa^^ ^9^?9 ^aeika ^2 
^a ;l2 a^aisbo -}>bAia ^ ;!^o yOq3a 4^?^ ^3±t^»a 
.^isyabol ^^o2 ^2 ^p sya^^s n^AJt «3^ ^2 
^a ^1^ ^2 JSo2^ .yoaaaaoS* i\\,y ^isJs2 ^o^,? 
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.^os±)6s ;^aisi» ^oiia aJik, ^2 .^aaalsM ^aa^o^ia ;«;^ 
^2 .yoa>if^i \>< yO^a^fr. ;iao7 A^lo ^^ ;iio>«a ^or 
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Fol. i6:a 



Fol. 160A 



353 THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 

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THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 352 

^ii ij^ 6s*2l\l^ lisomi -^Q* I ^9^ ^.? Ofl -^oo) joliafiiw.\6oa. 
0907 ^^i? ^*^A "^^o ^9^ '^?4^ ^.? ^'^'^ -^?^ 

X^9 .0^ S^4^ ^3 99 .or^o^ o^Asoid O^ ^OO) ^A^O 

w«2iisjuk3 o^ ^007 ;«^ .;6^is*i3 ?n?V^ ^ ^^^f^ pso^ho 

i^ie .991^ ^ip Jor -?>^ oy«^\M ;NQ^^b z^x^ajji^ o^ 

^«;l!^o .^s^^ ^a^ ^c^;lSo .js^m ^^boou .^^ S^3o 

*^^f \3>3 ^007 ^aostt 

M|^:s2o .?*o\t ^^ ?M»nt o^o^SAs 990 .^92 07^0^ 

^^q!^^ ^ »1a«x ^bkttO^ 00)3 O^ ^4a .^ 9u^ 3u^ istS 

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007 ^2 ^ su^e .;JK9sj;b33!»3 ;L2 o^ JS907 ;Aa.Q»3 
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sA^ ;*o ^ o*V3 3 5^23 \v^v» .^boi A <adA ^3073 .;907 
-lyJaisl U\o>i^;p A^i ;il lox A? .^'2 ;au'3it ^07? 
?i'nft\, ^3 007 .yMX^^2 ;»>fti'rnvift3 ^siu^ss :^ ;^3i 



351 THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 



w070^ oyS^a^ ^>f^^^ii -"^^ l^>^\ ^9^i^^ii ^.? 9^ 
.;^2p o^^Urk^ ^o* ^^ ooi uO^AfM SAO .JSoa; ^a^bo 

oSf ^Sz .'J4l ^fl'^^^? ^^ ^ '?9^o -^^^ ^ ^f^o 

;oo) «^^3 J^olao .^ooi ^CUmS o^^ii^ 99 -?^^^? ^9^ 
^ ;isoiiAS ^io'yi* isooi ^^i^2 .^ou ;j>^o\3 o^S^ 
abblo c^S^a^ o73dUB> .^lib o^o* ^^ 001 -oi?»^? A^ 

a\*fis2 ^aa ^0739 .^o^^ip oifsoa.!.^ is*ooi ^bJi o^2a .0^ 

Maro>Mi2a ?AV^\ o^ Isai w^a^^o .'>a1 i^i'l ^a ^o; .iK^i^2 
^a'NIa ^o .^o* ;^ [o^] isjii :s2jcao .^oi ^irxa: a^i 
^oA ;xaa^!^ uorouaa^x^ ^.^ ^ikajse xs ;oa79 ^33^2o 
.^ou ^9^ 997 loo] la^ ^j^^boa^l ^of ^Ip <'l*^^ 
eoo7 JSfia k^a o]i3j,y:so ^So .orisa^ 0007 w«^2a ^laio 
^9^9 .s*'zoboo ^00; /Saibo yoq4'3^9A ^^Jls>*^2 .mO^o?^^ 
yoo^^ a^ a^^ ^907 A^'io .^0071^9^ mO07 ^JS^a ^om2 
kOoSu^a o7istljb^ SSiO .0^ ^007 au\jQ) ^M^Losaa ^a^ 
^907 a^'io ;907 ^..a^ibo .^oa^p ^^ai^ ^^S>S« \^o .^acr^i 

;^;LbaA ;907 x^iss* ;o;Si ^ ^A.?^? ^^l^ .^o^ 



THE TRIUMPH OK MAR JOHN. 35O 

loo] a^f&b i^y,y ^9^ ^.? ^.?^ '^?^ ^.?^^ ^^'^^^9 

lom ^ojl ^a^ ^ Ju2^ i^ip U^Ql .^ooi hddi ;^ 
.(hlM> is^aS o^^us ;:^a ;3or ^ ^'i ^l>^^. '^^cS ^ViftS 
^i^i^ ^^^i^? -JibOiStSK ;oa) w^ix aoAa ogi ^^oa ^ 
^aaioaa ;iso\#V^ \ii ju\a 'pLo .ooo) m^2 oi^oSa 

^aaoMa ?i^o$ya o^a oia^o^ xl^ ;oo) a4>3tt> .o;^o^ 

.^^A^o .loapoS ;^^xy ;i^ ;ao7a .07S a^2 ;lS :4Q>«^is2 
^JSJSAl ^a ^aj .or^oa ^ MO^adf oor ^onoyS ^isou^a^o 
^00] ;*bAl ^a aa .isooi ;iLa; oy^AaS ;>\Sir>9 ^ttba*^ 
^y^ .w^fl ^x«2 ^9^? iii iZaiufi ^^ .0^ ^'2o 
;^isX2a oiLfp ^oiA ^3 aa >J^ai) ^*?^ woro*fu«j[a 
ad92o ^^isiia cnNoaba*op a^^ .^Ai^^2 ?i5<>\,\ 0;;^^ aJa 
;S ^efi^o .0^ ;l2 Ip^iSis ^tpKyi ^^ ^^a .6?Si^^ 
^ao2 ^a ;&09ua^ -[^^J ^o^M^ '^^^ If*^^ ^^e^ 
;^2a ^fM -l\\'3 ^^fboa pao .^sao^a uia!o!!ido ojisk^si^ 
^ .;js1sa2 MSt^o ^ ^ .Qj^ S^2o ^as 007 ojSsiS 

'''1* ' '•*• ## ,9 # 



349 THE TRIUMPH OF MAR JOHN. 

;330 ^^Oi^ .JQ»«3^9 OdO^p O^QMJKa <!^^C7 ^S*^ 

^X*i3 .;oa7 }|Ltj ;49t?^,? ^^^? '^*^^ ^^f^^ 

^:aoiiox ^2bo .^boi^o ^00) ^,>ib9 LO^jobi^ ^ihaAqbo 
0007 ^fbolop ^*^2 ^&o'il^b JL^ik^oxo .^00; iiskX, '^opj ^aJoi 

^oo; ;^29 3kM A »y3a ki^ia ;l.aMi .^AliCD ^iaS uo^o^ 
ooo] o^ .oor ^f^b :^093 ^io^ ;af& ^3 o7^oSi3;bo^ 

;3^f3 0^3 ;b^i .jQ>^;3^3 ;xb d^^^ia .;io;A> ^i^ lisl^ 

^oi~ oai 07^ ;ooi 3^2 .cnoabMiio M^ ooaj o\iu 60} 

;^ouau ^Ai b ob ^,3^ ^2e ^3 c^ ;oc; ^^2 .fisA^isA>2 

^3uO 0007 ^Ma yoovll^a yoior .ajJSo!^ ooo] ^*3>f^i3 
;^i3 ^abbftS ^,3b^ ;l^3 ;iiaar .00/ ^sjsis m01O3O6aL ^yJti 
6soo] l^*^ ^23 ^^2 .^oraSiVs ^oi^^Axls^ ;ooi ^*2 
SA^ ^lioa^bAy <«;'it3Lbo ^070*30103 ^3^;a3 ^ .yOoii^S^ 
Foi. 159a. .Q^ kOA^i^aa o^j^ ;ooi I ^^o .07^0^ ^007 ^^2 3mi 

^^^3 u.5^3 )^^^ .OfiSoS Or^is^i iSe07 ^^^^? O^ viQji^O 



HISTORIES OF THE EOYPTIAN MONKS-PREFACE. 348 

aiSbsb ^lU^ai ?3>S>y um9^^ Ap .^3o£b ^io ^sSomS 
.^o^ \^i^ I'iiox i^'l lisi*^ o^? .jox^i^ o2 ^3^^ 

)S ;o^i ^^33 ;\^>^ yoo^abu ^ slip .yoa}ii\ o&or 

.00^ ;?«i^o ^aaao^d .^j^or ^ ^2 . . ^o^baabo ;cu«ea9b 

;^op23 ;'i309 «^ ;i2 %3fisa^ .^iAxisp ^^oxso .;o^i3 

•>ja2 ilac3 B>ba\'% a^^A i^2o bio -^bisa 



347 HISTORIES OF THE EGYPTIAN MONKS— PREFACE. 
.^aiS •007^ ^0^2 ^l'? '^fy^ '^9^^ .^^Obol ^f^XM33 

*>ytM>2 ^3 .^a^ 3^*2 '^iaAJ^o ^iu w^ v?^^ V^?^ 
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5^2o .^30u«3 ^^9 99 ^2 >A,^ yoo^ }^ .^or JlbaSLs 

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•% e^'^? ^^ ^ v?^'^ V^^^ "^A? ^^i^? ^Aw ^^ 

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^07*bpaij ^a^ tla .^or^oS'^b {i^'ox ^aiy «^^r^o 

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);ac^ jQ)o2^ [ii»^ \^o .QJA ^^^?o ^^? ^aa i^2a 
5u2 ;Jkll^o ^ftsa^a^o ^^oicilo .o^uodi ^^soouOo .09^ or 
-ob^A yOo/ak^a iS^*^ '^9^ ^^^^f^o -^?^ ^t^,? )^^ 
.oor 3^'2a Moroaoba^ -^^?9 X^^ ^?^ ■tlV'vSo 



HISTORIES OF THE EGYPTIAN MONKS— PREFACE. 346 

.;a^ ;;*>^ft> ^la^Oi. vA ^i ^ojo^a -^^^o ^^J '^^^ 
.^dr 5^ia ;9u^ ^?^999 ^?^? .^^ottJ: ^3a4>«N»9c» 
;^a&a£Uicabo a^is ^^o .^^fft^ ?ba\>y ^ »a ? > \*n aa9a 
.?M»t*iftb oTfl ^*i>*e ^«;auai aA ^saJ; ..ooy ^tov a ;isaisIao 
;&aNou i^V^ v^oio^ JKboa ;t^o .;lJu2 ;j:;abo wt ^V^^ a 
tA ^ayiai aa .^a^oA ^oio^Nii ^o^a ;^2 .;2pli^a 
;&a>«oii ;iar ^oroA isjia .;ao7 ;isau^a: A ^ojf ;isae\;^a 
,^t*Via opjbaod Ai^ ^cn ^2 yO^^a | -^^9^ ^^FoI-^s?^- 
^oai^a 0f|JSi.is;a9 .^^^ ^2 aoL ^a9ae ;&or AiAof :9,>B9^ 
?yjoVe ;£'aJ? ^r^ : oifsoi^Xv) aJaa-'eor .^^^usao ^oau 
il^'^ .^k ^^i^ ^^^1 Aaor ^A)ui <«^aaais^ ^a^i^A?? 
9ois ^^^ .^aaaisao ^oa^a 0^93^39 .^ ^A^a 
;o^^9 ^07^2 ^aoL^o .^o^^j2 ;La& 5^ia .;ia«*2 ^A^ 
?i^>3t*ifta mOtoA^ ^?^^ ^^ ^^ •^'^j AmH O .^op JSf2 
eai ^fa p^a^^ Ao .^La2 ^Isa yOop ^Ao .^007*^*2 
.^2^ ^a^a ^4u«JSapa ^2 ,ySm ^A;a^aio .yOo^a ^O^ 



345 HISTORIES OF THE EGYPTIAN MONKS— PREFACE. 

;or ..laSjti ^>9^ ^^7^ ^^ ^^^^? 'f^j^i^ l^\? 
^isa^s '^'?^ ^^^1? '^^^^P ^V^^? ^^ft\\'^ ^^^f^ 

^6f^p ^?C^? ^a>3 >**>■"» 0007b ^>«<^a ^'I^is 
<*o^ o^b .OAor ^o^ <>^JK^b 

t^o^a t^ins ^ ^23 oar -^axb <^bA ^N^o 'yOMa? 

.^9^^ Jl&boro^^ ^<)^? ^^^7^^9 /^aoa ^o^o .^b^^ 
^ »^?o ^foocK^ ^^\^ ^a^p 007 ^3isa^ ^'bJSiao 

;l^ 39 \*ao7 ;ll *^;'bisIbo ^'iaoaS ;3i^i^ bd.^b y««bj:aoa 
;'ba^f ^. ^ tt d tt ;l^x3 .^aor .^M^iss ;3i2p .^2 ;oa: 
5u23 ^^MaJt.b o ;l^9 liv^ .^'boa ^'^is^ .oabtt^&a 

^ ■ »ft >. v <3 ^X^i .;isbu^o ;iM.,%jQ>,y >^s\!s&j3o .^o^isa^ 

.^a w»9i Z^OMiabba ^Iv'isao 2aoro ..oAadab k^bbbabb 

■v-v ^ 



XX 



CONTINUATION OF THE HISTORY OF PALLADIUS. 344 

9o5^^ ^3 .07^ ^pi 99 lisciLSa aji^ia o^ ^ooi 

^dOM ^JlSf Q330 .0^ ;l2 9kV^ ;[30f9 0^3 OjlOk^^d 

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-op biialo .^2 op 9bo2 .A^ oo) IsaI .01^ 3^2o ^nttaa 

uoo) ^3^3 ;si2 \>< ;oo! ;ak3 ;^;'>'>^c> !^jp ^*9 o^ U2 
^001 «3o^ aa .^JSouikjQ)^ eooi yOo^'isslo .JO^oBiil yoop 
;^ ;^p poAa oT3^ ^ ^^ .;ooi laja'y ^,a^ ^oi^ 

^001 0730^ wO!0^3£lb 007 .^\,m'^ S^O loO) v^Slsx23 



343 CONTINUATION OF THE HISTORY OF PALLADIUS. 

^2^32 ^^^Abodcbo I'if^ o^ >^^^ o?.^,? vf^^ ^^^?1 
.;oo) Ji:l2 ;»oI ^aSnS ^XmO .iSscS^ l^aj ^^^Sm .;ooi 

^;^3;3 ;iaM.i .;aub kSa^ u0ia.3xub .;3;a ^ ^^;Iio 

.;IibaS ;3oi ^or ^op -oor }3^? '^^^xti ;4o\^iMbaS 

*^^2 ^A^L ^S,\\ l^ymolo l^^ox 07^3 

Foi. 156a. ^t^ol ^yhssic^ ^09^ ^«a3 ^L^is ^^cAs 



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;ocx ;io^ S^ai ais .;^^s^ ^^iaXa ^^^>^ ^ ^^ ''•«t^^ 

.^j^'ida '^a^ ^2 ;i2 aae>^^ ^2 ^s ^^f .^x^ ^^ ^o 

Jisas 007 07^ wfcAj^o ..^ajQ» ;isModx^3 ^a^S ^a ^?t^ 
^^^isis^ 990 '^^^ ^?^$i^ 710:^ ;S 9A .oi^? Moro>w.23 

obaii^ ;3^ep ;3^'jq>i ^f ^^2 ^LO&b ;lor .;oo! ?^ ^ ^ 

;3u2 ^jsis^i i!^o .^f ;3u« u^^o .;boo2 x^ ^2 uS )z^^? 



THE HISTORY OF A BROTHER OF THE MONASTERY. 342 

;i^ loa}i -5^^? P,?^ ^«^ >^99,? '^ ^?^ ^^2 ^.? 

x\ 9»^ .^vr 5^i? ^or^oacs 5^^f2 aa .Jlaor isii | ^i*^oFoi. 155^. 

^07 ov^ ^^23 ^6^30 jd2 X^e .jsii 07*393 lo^\ ooj 
JiSftyo ?,«iftn2 .^LxaSisbo Ib^'sMii^ -^N*^ ^^ ^loraoa 
^o ^t^ ^ .^ior 5^23 ;a!*?>n\9 .^^3 ^^^23 5^0 
.00/ ;oo} 3^*2 ^3 3a .otsoaiaS ^u^*y ;i^ ^^?t^ ^^9^ 
li^oj Saoj .2 .li^oi aj^ 3^2 .MQld2 ;^9 ;i2 ^^bo ^^3 
isfti ;2S ^ooT^ iSs .^3 y|k^ wMOXao 5^'3m2 ^2 .5^ s^x 
op;30 k^kbaso ^oroLi wwdbo .^a2 pb^bt^ 2ooi^ ^o .^07 
.v3il^isiQ>2 >»A2xisI .m07oLi2 ^3 390 :JL^i oor 07^ 3^23 ;&9*2 
>^\,y .;33 001 a]iseS Sji^ ^,?^or .2:3^ ^ . ^bjs^ 390 
^3032Js ^ ^ii '^auca .07!^ 3^2o ■ or is»S>tta Morou3^A3A3 
^.^S.a3 i\y,vi .wA^^ ^^^4 3>A^ o^ .5^ 3JSo^ ^'^tXiapd 
^300 ynjaais lo^'l Ss* o2 .^^^3*^ iZxio Si* ^39^3 

39 )^2, -V^^^? ^^^ ^^ ^? ^4^ ^^ .^s^OmS 

^3 007 .^a^ ;aop ^9oi6s3 ^|3bd: ^ftia^bo ^^^1^3 ^3301^ 
j!»^^o }ll l[3os«e .yoai o2 ^o^A ^V** *^^ ^il^ 4^ 



341 THE HISTORY OF A BROTHER OF THE MONASTERY. 

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^^bo 9A3 .o;.^ki^3>^o o^^f ;2ao 007 ^^iS XiAor ^07*3^ 

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^tauA tSal ^90^0 "^'^ ^V^^ ^^ ^9^ ^^ "^ 

^*^or ^ ^3 ^^2 >^^?? ^^0 ^?'''=' UoA^ y^ ^i ^^ 
^a:i.3it ^3m2 jclA ^30^b9 Sifk .^34^ M070bhoS«x&3 :s3tj 

q^ ^^*^? ^<^2 ^ .!S>Att3 .ji^is ;^03isl^ ^7^il ht^^? 

lorn ;fta b 03 ^^^ .<^3orA 0^3993 ^2 ;Aar -^K^jk ^&;A 
?»mS>3 sa .^is ^^ ^=^,? i>^»^ ^-V ^9^ ^'^ -^^^^l^ 

t^ loU] SoL ^isV3>A9 ^AmO .lorn wJCM^bO SOuAs JL^A^OO 

yOq^S ;oo7 *^S^bo ^ lisi'^S^ '^f? ^^^ -?4 ^^ 
^09! ^ilk^ .^v^/WS o^ 0007 ^9073 toior ;LS. a ^ 

1^23 lioA -|t3^ ^ uOO) . ^3^^ 39 .mO;03ui2 ^'3303^3 



THE WORKER FOR VAIN GLORY TO BE DETESTED. 34O 

bVV^y .^aiaioM ^07 ^^ipo ;4e9usiS "^KJkd^b a^do .^a^a 
.^t'Via ^Af^a ^07 .^IIm .^^o ^oI t\ao aA^ pA ;,3ar 
;^oaoaL o;*£S*23 -^oT^i ^^,A ^'f^'^ ^^j:^ | ^o»aa F0I.1543. 
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isoS .^vS^AyiKap ;A oj^ aoL Aaot ^ ^007^ ;^oua2 ^010^^2 

.ypa>^^ ;,a;x ^a ^A*i Ait aojQ>3ia ;&ooA 07^ ^aoL 

<• ^aaaAjo'a 07^*^ 07^0 .Jla'dbtiLVio ^^ooud ^9,aA,a 07^ l^2o 
oof w^jrayo uaio.i..*,V'i loo] y^yi ^^9^? ^^ A4< 
:;l3^2a ?J^^ofl>3 ;oo) Abpi< ;iL.>iQ> l^ox .\y,ya ^ 
.^'La^a ^awM >^oa.9 ;iia 007 ;oai ciisl a^a ^a^ii ;ooi 
o^ ^a<.b ^ od2p .^aoa ^2 ^or ^ ^'a^^ ^2 ^ 
.oi^iAtj ^sa^id ^2 lauQMO .aa^ '^'^ ^V^^ . ? Jacu a 
Jtaor .^a 00? \,6m «a^^ ^2 ^ oT^sa ^o? '^oa AsiboA 
biiao .^aA ^o3ca ?aa!cw3 ^aisis2 ^ 99LV« ^a 
wcne^2 \uoih 39 .v^o^ ;^oi^^ ;ao7 ^2b? ■'*«^^!^ ^.?^.? 
.^sa ooi ^a ^9m .^2 ^ a^^Aa a6k^ ^SAoJb ^Is^aA ^a^a 
^rdoMfl ^^iio oor 2ao7^ ^?^ ^isoilouis^a ^2a 
\^ aM2o N«;3aoa w^^isiio .07^ ^000 A*,aM ^?^,? 

yA^a U07^ 07^ V^^^^ ^^ .OrJSoA eOO) ^4*? yOAOf 



339 A CERTAIN BROTHER ASKS PACHOMIUS A QUESTION. 
CO] mm9^ .yOOT^ 3^20 ^33 4^0 «^3oA 5^3^^^? "^^^i^ 

.0107^ oa^b02o tSiAor Obbo^ .qa ^^^? o^ ^ ^i^? 

;0^i3 ;X&>il 9JX92 ^Orp •Af^^j ^^ 5^^? ^amOlSxP 

aibtfia oio7 o^ >07^a ^^^ .^islxo A^s ^oV^2 .uQ>*^09^ 

^ bUoa^2 Ui)y>23 ;lS;^ .^ )^ ^2 5^0^ 3^ .;9o4 

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.^07 ^2p ;i3^oiQ> ^^39 ^2 ;ait «^9^^ A^2o .^f#.*bo\ 

;3^ 3^^ ;3Aor ^ia aii^? A/^'^ ^^ ^^ ^\? ?^^ 

<>;Ia^ 3^'2 ^o^^i ;IxdS ;fd&^ ^ "^.^^ isaboaitoaa ;£>ib 

:a3jd ;.i^ \\,y3 ;J;2 ^2 ^ ;j3S em ^^ ^\'^l 

;ieo^ 07^ ^Llb ; to Am .;l^3 e'c; Ih^^ cr}6s*is^ 

;JS3isi3D3 ^33130 ;^p9M.a^O lisQ*>OiSt S^^ SA ..^3^3 

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i!iauiSbO .M^073 v*07J^33Ui ^:S^llijQ> &'3m^O ^i&Sofl X*23 
\ V y b O .^20 ;33 00/ ^3 4^ .^2013 ;iQ3^ .;ioo7 ^^O 



HERETICS VISIT THE MONASTERY OF PACHOMIUS. 338 
JKO^ Uoor ^^ ^Sa I \y,V» .^09A^ 3m X^3 ;^3FoLi53^. 



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^ ^uA e^bo2o .0731*3^ 0^20 odoub .JOsubooSk^ ^o^ ^S ^ 

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O^ fiK«2 ^43>*iS* ^ ft1>V>\3 .Ou\a ^3^3 \VV> .wi2iX'>3 

.^or ^^ o^ ^2 MOfo^boi ^3 3A .^07^2 frkO^ Ijaaviyh 
yOS^isp yohSaa ^ \\*jn -yoa^ xolo yoa^Sst i^^isl 

^>^'iSp 6al ^is^i ^,3^ ^ -^^ O^^ii? yOAoi^ yOX^^ 
d^^3«bo\ .^^iLSskio -Ic^lik ^^k^ ^'SAOl -^Or 5^23 

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3 >'lV b ft S ^ ^^\^ ^2? ^AOtei 3^ U*i -^^ ^f'^^t^ 
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^sdoio 1^1 ^3 ol^ .;^2 ;,3or ^23 ^^Sais 6so^ .^o^s 



Fol. I 



337 PACHOMIUS HOUSE OF PRAYER. 

.\i^'soof\h U$o\ lorn ^^2 ^07 iso^ .uorouaatl&o ^i^ ^2 
o^ A»j^ ^^kbAS 39 ^3 001 .}»o; ^is^^ 6^A»^3 '^lo 

bfiL^isis23 ;3S 007 ^3 ^oa^ 4Z,i^ ;is^ ;3o; ^ ol^s^nboS 

Ao ^S ^a^ ^3 ^19^2 -^^ ?^^? ^01 ^is^ ^?^^i^ 

•:•ar^\bo ^2 ;is^S 

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.ao^ M4? '^yy ^?^ 07^ ^3(0 .oTiijJKi ^iS^o ,?i.'^ 
67«^^2a a^2 U^^? ^^Main^ ^^ -OTSK^ ^o^ ^l^ji ^3 ?^ 
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3k3^o .;io!i^23 a^o i^is^ «^^9 )?<^ «!Si*aa7 ^^^Sf&^o 

^2 JSoS i^2 ^,><.a7 .^bo^ oof ot^^o .^oS^2 oS^^ao 



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THE HISTORY OF YAWNAN THE GARDENER. ^^6 

X^>?<y ^oi moiosui^ JK*2o }oo) «ajJ 3A .^^^^ ^^'? 
\t^*o ;\3« o^ ^p4^ ^ ^.? o^ -^o^ 5^^ l9^ iVtAioa 

joSd 007 : aoA'i lidos oi!^ ^oo? JNJ ^ftVuhS h*3 a^^ 

.^ "SUpMO ^\x^>s ^^ ^ ^^^^^9 '^^^ ^^ ^9^ 

X^'^ U«3o .pXx 9A MO^Sai ^^3 ^^i ^ ;io^ 

^^1 .^^^^bo ^ Tfiap ;a^bft^ A^io .^'3m2 ^oilf'aA ^of 
^BUA^^jk ^du SAS kAax A^lo -^ooT o^fSA 99 ^ooi ^bod 
;i^j^ .a^bn aa oiJSo^ ^ooi ^Id odi ^3 A >MOiaMMU>p 



335 THE HISTORY OF YAWNAN THE GARDENER. 

:;3m.39 or^^boa 6^^*2 ^oorb :^25 ;L^3 m010^2 ;i3^oiQ»o 
*>b;t^ hfiL.^isis2 :^^>box 99 ;bi.l^ ^9 007 

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.^007 aabisap ^smwCUo ^3bO& ^lll^ ^^^ -^^ ^^?^ ?>?^^ 
^oropoA 0070 .Jbia ^^o^mI o^ ;oa; M. aoropouA 0^0 

^\ji2o ?>\ttai3 ^2 yOo;^ 99 .^ 9w^ ;^o J^l 7SS\ 
;o0] JS^2 :^29 ^f^ o?^ ^A4^ g^atoS .^o^'Sxm ^a^baiip 
o^SaA hfibb ^aics ^'^ .^liof v^s ;Lxq3lS .007 ^L^i^ v*3 07^ 

uibsai podsbo ;i^ iJSm of^ ooo] tfQfV/De .073^3 <^i«iQ>&is 
^i* A^2 ;?^>t1*i ;^3m2 el .lo6sa^ ^93 ^oae^ 07^ 

:zis\ :s,9^bp i^oa a^l ;i^2 -Js^^iLboi ;oa] vJ^ ;3uS^bo 
x^2 .;is!^o;k;^ ^^3M«is xHo ;^'.d^b ;^o .po^^o ^ 
l^'io >9^pV^ worou^s ^f 07^ i!Li, pi* ^A^)t^ som^ 

Jte,il lo^i^ istiap I'ifJi i^h .^yaolo aiifS\*jn ^b^abo ^3 
.^oi3AJSb09 .oiof ^2 000; ^Aa2 ^i!03 ;l!^2o .oomIs ^007 

^3 ^ae^bo ;lS .p^Kyy^ ^iv^tb 5^2 ^07^ ^or ;aLV< 

;oo7 t^iLo ;is3i]UA> ;oo] Sjox ^x^ ^'>^ ^>^^o "^^ 

07^9 o^i^e^ ^SoA «\4^ ;oo) ail y^o .aii^tiS 
Foi. 152^. : ;«^9 ;isxbAac^^ ^3^ i^Ai, I ;oo7 iSxibo .oifStip 



THE HISTORY OF YAWN/VN THE GARDKNER. 334 

puMi ^SbM Aaor -^>^']^ ^^^ vf^^^^ ^^ ^ t*^^ 
;As ^ :;3of >S\,^ ^o^A ^^Q>t^^ "f^o ^e ^i^ ^^ 

.3^ .ooi^3 AN>ifl'w ^3wM» k^\* h\^ aao .^^Kab 
^S ;Xex^o .;s3ou03 ;^03k2lo ;3£i^o ^aA ^ox JAtaio 
^A^iAooiao £S*^oJ o^ i\S>viiyb ^aie .007 ^1 d^o^ ;^j; 

^ASwii \1A07 crisis .oi^Abo^ 39^ ^JS/oAoajoi ^o^^a^b 

jjjii^ ;ooi uoro^la 007 :^ou opaxa ^ait Ju2 \^«> 
eoi aijQ>a ;isaaboa^ .S^o :;;^a*b w» ;'aMa 

a>fix^^ ^9\ "^^9 '^*^? U>y**^ ^ObA ^a Jooi 
bO0i?,t>Sffiiya ;awbJS^a ^a*aS ^a «^bp x^asa ^^a*a ^or 
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^^93 ;%M .%loi ^is^S '?bub9 .^a 907 «^ ^a 99 .jq>^o 

^^aa oar | ^a^a A^a* ^a^^o .dp ^007 ^Jsla ?»*\iy^Foi. 152a. 
yOa{^ ?vy,ya ^010^2 007a .^ait eoi ^,i* ^ao .^aa 



^^T, ON THE GIFT ON TONGUES WHICH HE RECEIVED. 

oI^^9k:^ or^suVo aJa a'xbo 3A .^a'Soa &'^m2 .oo^is42 



•>iS£kb9 ^ila;S^ ^aioiao \L<* 
LIou ;ia\S uiA ^ocf] St'^ .;oo) M07oiKA2 ^aS ;a^2 ^3 
;oo) 9dp2 ;ai0 ioa\ ^bkl ;S .;^2 ^,3 eo; .JS^^a^ <^9\ 

^^^i; '^9\ o.?? ^^ol ;oo) ^3^ ^9 i\\,v> -^^V ^.?7 

^i^ .ota^ba!^ yMa>tboa 6m ^1^ ^^JAia .;3a ocr \Am 
iV^y ^2 op; t^of ;^2 aA .^aiboi^^ ^07*3^ ^a 
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^L ^aoA is&i .^of oi^ b^j^e .^'i^ q^ yOA2 bbp;& 
;^o .^13^3 oi^ixlisa ;!w6a^ ^ooj^ ^o^Sl a^a ^a Inaooi 
^;; '^'^a ;L^2a i^l .^ ^2 a^2 .^%^l aJaa ;i2 ;iidi 
;ma o;^ a>ib3 .^aa ocn ^or ^a ^kitt aa .5^ aoS ad2 
^aa oo) ;oo! y»iKXbo i^^ JSkV^yo .otAai^baS ;^.2a oor ;<^A 
;&aao^ ^^1? ^^ ^V^ .^Mooia oor ^iS >!S \^i a 
Foi. i5t3.o^ fbpa .^^;laI a>io\S ;ooi ^al ;i^a | i\\,y .^^jdaodo 
t!Sf2o ;3a 007 o;£bae .oi^oS ;^2a ^.a^ ^9^? ^.>t^ 
;ooi ^^^0 ?>*ntS wO)oay.2 A^o .o^^o o^ ftA^haS 
^2 wMaotap ;^|; :i!ia bumJ ^^2^^ ^a^ .a^'i'o ;0^2 ^oS 



ON THE PHANTOM SEEN IJY NIGHT. 332 

.;^e3 ^ti'nS ^07 5^29 ^2 ^ ^^^frao M^s^Jk l^^ 
)^ .a^AJap ^901 ;^du^ ^2 X^;^ .^aXo^ >AS?>iftS ^a 
^ \}f**f\ ^o .^u«i«a>tya ^sca ^2 ^JKoaain^ ^ ^^-^S^*^ 

^oT^iao N*^XiiNf .0^ 5(atobftS ^ JOax ^ o2 ..iSaibsb 
^iiUQ>^e ItsB ^,?^o ^^'^>^ V^o ■ Zv^ A Ji!^ o^ ^ 
^LaiS ft\ni1bftS ;^ ;i^ ^,aaj^ .ops ^lA^itp ^^^ouaafboS 

;aisxapa 5^2 .o^eora ;:^eau^o lafil JSo^a ;£Saftio*op 
yOoiSA yait eS ;aof \Vy*y .o^S ^oof ^laor .ails ;ild;k 
.;XeAba3bo M yOai^aS oSa >^^y .oaaijba^ ^^^i^ 
^f'Ktk\ .coatt^S .oA^ia ^ihbo^ ^ooj ;fibisxao aA 0S2 
hy^\ ^? o.?? -fisoo) ?.\y,y <^aXn> \L ^ASoibObOa ^^2 ^ 
.ois^i ^Xx ^a .;a^a ;L^a yoa^^osua ^ o2 .01^0^ a^;; 
;^oduli^a ^a^ .?ti'>'i'ia ^icaiV, >Snho\ ouM^xbaSa | ^foi. 151a. 

aao .^09^ ;dSi^o ;^ ^ ;N.a ;isxo^^ ;^o ;is^2 

d^aao .^f;^ ^.buC4^;ia 3^i^a 0^ aA5 .aa?;; ^m 
1^2 yOa^^ ^ .^y^^ ;oor aao .5^ ^J^^ "^^^^^ ^ 
^ ySio^o I'pJ? .^^oi ^oi^ yoo;^ ^k^l^ -^'^03 ^or 
;£^;a<.a3a ^i**2 ;^2 ^07 a^o ^a aai -;i.>3el» l^^ 



331 ON THE PHANTOM SEEN BY NIGHT. 

Jisi'l ^;xk 'y\ ^2 ^3 .o/^oS ^aS ;oo) a^2 ^3 3A 

oo] 6^ 3^*2 .;aor ^2 ^,3^9 .07S uo; ^3 ^?^ii 4o^23 

y^oToaoAai aA, 2^2^ >'^,x» ^oboubjb «^a!^ 6s^l .5^ A^2 

;lSo .^^ ^3m dsobosJSbaa .ui2 .0^ ^3)!ao2o £sa^ ui» uo? 
MoroaoA sJ^ ^o^;l^3 tS^^ -^<A^ 5^^ -^^ ^Q>^ )^,?^ 

^ ^3kb02 ^,3 ^03 ^3 5^2 .^,30k ^03^3 U/] Op,M 

.^isii ^.^bo ^xxii .;a>^o^ 001 ^3 ^ 3kbp2 .;l2 ^,3^3 
^3 ^^2^ -03^ 9?^ ^? ^^^ ^? -^.^ ^ ^?^iio 

^3 y»07 .^J>3^2o .OT^il M9j^ ^3 007 .^inyabo loof t^^'^a^w 

.^SbSMSa 0;*3OX3 .;&3^0A tS^3 i^^bO ^2 ^L^sl .0^ ^?^l 

6f^ly*is^ y^MJi^b03 J^i JKo^ ^sox o^ ^2 .^XtO oo) 

;o^23 OTjua^b Joi .^bosb ik^yJdo ;is*o^2 ^^ \>ySrt 

Foi. 150^. ^^^Mtto I U.3 ^]^^o .i^oisi^^ ;i;^3bo3^S ;3xbo ;Ieor 

001 ^ioo ^fr>^ ^3 3a .^tssdibo cr;^ ^aS^ot^s ^^2^ 

1^^ o2 -'^sis w*o7 ^^;^ 39 .«S^ ^ '^^^ ^ .^3oae 
^3^3 .^o^ ^>kOAlboo7bo3 o2 .JiIbOi#^ ^oTsoacs o2 .IlIdoiA 

.;a303 ^O^ MiS3>^23 5^23 00^3 .^3jb OO/ O^S^ ^3 

^sdols )^ 5^23 oo^2 .;^2 yOOT^o^ oSe ft*tei^S MiSA^2 
^soLo ..^kiuiss ^3£i2 wcneli^2 ^^^Vt? ^^^ ^?9^ .wisii 

^am90C^3 ;S9yi2 .^iSi^i ;*3l 07^ ^lO/O 4,?^^ y00^9^ uls&i 
'T"r2 



ON THE PHAiNTOM SEEN BY NIGHT. 33O 

.i^ia ;^a ;39X 9A .;Aor 5^23 ;aua J^ ^^o .je«sis^29 

.odaaiJS29 eo; laiil^ ^^s^ \\,y .^ ^a\ ^o^ ^,? 
.^^ o^\a.\ o t o M.S ^j-^i^ax yoaA ^^ aJ^, 007 
^As .uQ>«boa9^ ^?^ o?) ^^ ^,? 99 -^ QMifkbo^e 

fribilx ;9032^ ^o^e ^JSo^ '^^l ^3 M^ .;ao32^S ^2 
iaol p^ .5^ ^o^ '?^kb23 ;i2 ?^a>xao ;^ ;^2 .;&^ox 

;I^ ^o^^>? is«oisx2 <^'3i^ ^^^? -^oa^ 5^ ^3 
.^fr.3 ^eis£i ^3ud^ izx^iiS oS aJ^ :^2 .Zo^i? ov^se^? 
.;3ox ^O^ vf^^ ^?^t?^ vf^^^^ ?^ ^^? ^O^ 
.^isQ>» bisa ^ ^9 ajy, loai .^07^ v?^^ ^^^^9 
.ycaja \^2? ^2 ^pJK^ qaa .^tiio yoo^^ a\^i*ift ^ora eor 



329 ON THE PHANTOM SEEN BY NIGHT. 

*>^S 00; opMol 
.^S "piio ^*o^a4 ^^^^"p o%i* .?A\^ ^sm.?^ 0001 ^a^o^ 

■;j.S>^apfr^ ^ 6^ ;oo} ^a2 ;3^ox9o .^jsis^ia ^^09^2 

.o^9UQ»2 ;lSo orak^ox ;L^e Om^^aS y^a^ J:i2 ^^9 ^ia^i 
;9092£S9 ^aAi.2 .6;^ ^kooi ?^*fvac9 ^af ?tin>S^%^? )l>«fM ;^o 

^9092£S ^9^ "^T^^ii -^ ^^il "^P? ^9^ p.?' ^^^ ?9 
<>A»*oS 07!^ 9il^ '^^ OOj hiCj ^O! 9AO -t^P^ ;i^O 
990 .^qbOJSbp mOT ?tfi>V^i^ vf^T^P ?,?\^^? ^^^ -^^P^^ 
Foi. 149^. 49d0i2l^ 9a ^ojAsi 6soa) ^6s2 | ^^^is* >tOAor ^9 ^A^bo 
.o>5okd eooi ^0799 ;9;s9 ^hs^ yas* uio; ^isai^ 9ae 
;i3i^ .^07^ ;9^2o ^or^o^ ^^2 .^a^ori iH yOoiiseS^o 

;o7^2 ybo ft^LCbc x\ ;&Oc^ ."pyio Ao aa^ha^ .^9 

Ni.2 ^f aA^ Ji^ .^2 It^p \^'^ cuitpiba^ .^a ^2 
9^2o :aoa^ oaj 6^;iai: aa .^q^i ^ ^ao; ;i2 ;^;9i9 vA 
;il^ ^Aa^o .w*ak*is*2 o&bpo .uisAi ^i ^ aj\ Jisii .if^ 
.;lait .Saia o/^aa ^^is*2 ^2 ^a9o2o ^a^ .ouxaibaS ^is&i 

TT 



THE RECLUSE WHO LONGED FOR MARTYRDOM. 328 

i^ ''y^al o2 ^e>k aai*;; \ai^ coia^^ ^cub ^S >u2 ;iS 

.^ 9k^ ;oo) 3M2 ^or ^9 9A .^5>or^ ^ora ^oo; ^?«om 

00730 .c^^oau^ ;^2 2*^? oiisosoii ^jp 3tf\ ;i^ .^apfi^ff 
^o!Jki3 O019O .poCUb 2^2 .orisSo^^ ^oOi ^a \£bb 

.ajy^ a^i .;jyd3o^9 ^300 3m\ 007 M -^aoa dbood^ 
I isfti ^^193 >^<'r 9.?^i^ '^^tI^^ '??^ ^^} ^ood^ .23 
;sibox 5^ ;oor .5^ ^2 m)23 ^or ^07^^ .^tv^tvi^S foi. 149a. 
^07 ^ 5^ Ui k^)^ .;oo} 3»2 ^ ^ ^3 001 .}o^i ^ 
;xi2Lt3bo -9-VXS3 ;iiS 00} o^ 9^9 -r?^^^ v^^ ^^ 

: o?isosaS ;i^3^ jd2a .\S^* >^o .opc^ csodua ^Axs 
^o .aoAs }<A^o ^iauA ..^2 ^oo^ ^ol x^ ^>**po 

^ -}^.? ^^ 9op( ^ ^1?^?9 .^ol \3ci poL ;90^ 
op 3^0 ai^23 ^i uis ^,3 001 .5^ ;Vs& ;iS ^,3 ;l3ia 
jsiis ^3 ;^o .>'H^bpi^ o^ 3b023 ?3\>n\>S 0^0 .Jiiao^ 
\\ri^ o .23o^;^3o wOioaoAs ^Ss o^ ^ )^j| .^ooi «^A^ 



Fol. I 



327 THE RECLUSE WHO LONGED FOR MARTYRDOM. 

^9 9A .yOOpoL }Aub 07S OOO! ^mLo V^b^ Morok«£Sj.io 
.oiS oaaitJSlo ^^^ pi* obpJO .>!atoaS ^aor ^oo! ;3^ ^ 
^M X^29 .^f^o y\»*iftt 9a yOoiiKt,n 0007 ^^mmIo 
^A\^ii ^,9mM >^<i^ tOop Oi>i1ibaSo .^ov'opi^ o*<'iaiS>S 
.;is*9*9^ ^oTJSA^siso ,^«.y,>yiit9 ^^^ ip^ 99 ^9 007 .07^ 
^oo) kSM99 iVyvto ..oo^dpi^ Jtiio l^ti, ajs>i ^9u«9o 

94^,93 «i^ ;isisoii!» ^ ^31^ '^^^? ^^^ ^?^°A? 

.ft*t3>'Wi\\i yoio! Maio^9a( ;9or 90^ ^9 99 .S^'yiao lafip 
.o^oL ^9oijK2 Qpt^ 6^eS I'^lo 3o\ ^ Km& ^9 9A 

9d^ ^O .wOTO^mA kiJ,9A)0 -9ilJ^9 OOT ^09 ^9 OlOf 

^ji^oiii^ ^9 «^9uo .r>*9S ;^i^ ^orcx^i \>' ^9^ ^r^ "A^? 

9a ^9 0^0/ .bfli b O m5^ 99 0^9oA ^^^9 -^^.^V^? ^^ 

99 .JiLSi «^ w07o^i ^ o^sli ub09i .07^0^ ^^? l9^ 
I ^^bAS ;So ,;32 5^0 Zo^SA X^ .9Mie ^'aos ^mO 

.0;^ 9^2 .«SbbiX 9A ;39 ui9 OOj .^Of ^aOO) »!^diA ^li^ .^S 

^or 5^29 0i^ ^ >9m2 5^fl>iS is^i .;^e9 5^ ^sob 

.5^99 A * ^ )zi«jQM9 ;oa7 ^s^o .;x*9it uoro^;L!i^ :ai.<-;oo7 
oor }iso99 ^ 990 .<^^? 6^9^007 \y,y is9^ ;&q3 
^^ is^& is\M9 .isfti ;j|i3 ;^ 99 Afnio^S is^i ?u^^9 

.;907 ^9lJ9 5^^^ ^2 ;9^i .iS9k3o2 ^aS^b 5^^9 '^^2 



THE RKCLUSE WHO LONGED FOR MARTYRDOM. 326 

OTd^S 0^ loO] ^S^p peAskS OCT] ^9 3A .<[30^ ^ 

.5^i^ ^.D ^b^;; .5^ ^?^ isai Jia J.?A ^ p'ia .Ul 

.;aowq> A ^o3ub^ 5^^,p is^i >S\ffiiy SJk, X«^>f9ai ■?M»yift'ji 

i^o -opdoa 9cn?f&? ov^M 'O^ loo] 3m;; ^or 990 
^2 obbkcl ^ t*V^^ ^^^ ^.? ^9,^ '^^ ^?^. ^^ 

1^1 0001 yOo>K«2 ^o\^ 990 ■oto4>\\i .^3bbo2fr^9 ycUrn 
^07£soS bbi .^'b^M ^ ;oo7 ^*2 J^a ;9m ^isbi^ :^k 
i^Ad ^^9 Ma]tatxS loa\ ;^9 ;^2 oo^ -^9V 9.?' 

ft^Upsb O^ 9!0j;o .O^S^ ^^?«j^9 OI.9i34o .^^^ | t^ol Fol. 148a. 

;s0o9o ;oqA ;iS9 .ctli^ ^o ^is^ 'AJkje^ ;9m He 

l^l ^O^O .jS-fiL l ^ l ^f^'? l^^ ^9 «3i6ft 00] ..isXbAX^ 
^9393 OJSmIO .^939bp !1^A ^^O^O ^9 loO] 9a .}001 t^92 

tfcnociAio MoioSkStb ^^l yxL ^^jomS ^9^9 .More9*2 

.;f9393 ^9 MOie;«M 99 -^'9m2 ^9393 yOO^b;^ ^^9>^ 

;£S ;Ab .^9»2o op3 o*>\;gVKS oubi .^9^ "pit ;^29 



Fol. I 



325 THE RECLUSE WHO LONGED FOR MARTYRDOM. 

ISf^ ^MlOa) ;3^ in ^2 1^2 99 .J^ eoo) ^Pk yoal^ 

6st^ .3^2 AbpaK 9A .;i33 ^a 007 .y.eg! ^^&ap ^oTa^^a 

;^isi^o \iai j^ ^^ ^2 .;3uisA iK^Lis ^a;3303 
. 'J4^ "^ ^^9?^^ ?^ ^^^ -5^ ^9^? yOAoi^ ^ ?*?\r 

^ -5^,?*29 ^poSi isfti aoL 9ka ^XibA ^^o .;,^07 ;^e\ajQ> 

;^sbAx6s^ ^M op; ^3 laucd .}3A op; a(^ 3^23 ;ai)Mii .^iaor 
yoat^^o ;aL^ <^^i^ ^f ? ai!< > .ei ^ -}^?? ^'3Xoa ^07^3 

•>;^9 ;iai^ ;&3b^0kO3 >^omjs3 .^2 [lisb ;jQ3iSojb 

«\3\3JSj|3 Oor •>Ji3M.3a op ^001 ^*23 ^aOaL 3w^ 1^1 Sii'> 

.o^Se o^ 2J^o*oiiK loo] JSA^ .^2 ^2 ^e^ ^ooi ^^2 
;«o^2 o/iaod ^^kbox sa Jiof .ooo; ^9m ^^3 ycuof ^ 
47^. uOioAaiub o^S ;oo7 .ia»*Viaa I .oosuhsoa^ b(«9Uli .0323 

;I^2 }iS3^0 .^iS30 ?*nS>\< 9A .030pQ}bpS ^OO] ^3^3^^ 

jaoi\iS^iB>oAj sa .^Libo ^o^is orJSpduS^o .c^s^aS 
1^07 ^of .;oo7 5^\ha^ ^>o7 ?M>tba\ ^Xf^^o ^o^ oaf 
yAS>M O^^ .^p2o ^I'l^V^ ^^-^ ^?^ >.«><.*l.^o ^*^*bo2 
;L^3 .qS }ooi ^dsSibp ^3 ^3 op) 4307A ^oor23 ^o32 o2 
afS loo] hiaoi .ojSks t^ ^Cb6jk3 ^or ^^laiaA ^o^ Jjofuu 
5^2 99 .^cbo i^so .ftu^fiK^bMi ^'3*33 ^0X^2 xiuo .^mI ^3 



PACHOMIUS PAID THE BRETHREN IN FULL. 324 

♦ ?\>iftyift ^07ci^\ ypM&a 
^aX^ ^^^ ^ ^SLOA ^fs 3A .;«^i 90? 99 ^,3 eoi 

.;^^j; oi^ 3^;^3 ;±)u^ ^ a^isi '^?^? ^'3^ ^?^o .?2«'.\m 

pikO .^32 ^o^ yOa2 poS^ tOOTsb yoior ^ola -IziM^k 

.^or ^29 ^'>^QM ^or ^2 ai^ ^9 . eoi ^f^a^^i( -07S 
007 a^2 ^9 9A .;is*i>bbS^ >^L^9is^ op U*i >*V >V>'^'>V« 

.07^ ^>Mi^o oi3f^ ^'a^i ^x^'io ^>^ 07^ ^^oju .^aoj^e 

J:sAo .;3^is^ yoi;; ^f ^s 05 .yoai^so^s^ .^ookk^i ;id9b 

39 .07^ ^3^ii? ^ o'^ ^ ^^ ^^\ ^^ ^^jM^ "A 
Vv^*^ .07!^ 9a92e ;i^2^ ^07*9.0 .^07 ;3a oo) ^9 %Siox 
yCAOi .. p32 b2 ;!iau^ 07!^ aM2 ^3 ooi .isaos* ;&aor ;i» 
.o&cn -oftSfb yoior ^2!^ ^^^. 9< ^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ ^l? 
^ 9j.isJ.a ? ^iVyN 'Ooo! ?nii\ a!^2 ^2 .^ oa^jL ^9 

;^ .^;; ^923 ^.a^^ ;io^ ^61 5^2,93 .yOOk^^l x^ 
loo] ai^a ^aaa yoaoi .oacr . o^is^a ^isi2 ^liia^ ^a 



Fol 



323 THE FAMINE IN THE DAYS OF PACHOMIUS. 

.y^ oSt^l ;itfU^, yOisi^ ^am9^^3 S^Oj ^^tdOl .Z,?Or? >^^lfy 

^o^ ^^P ^'y^ .M^o^ ;^;& ^^V^ \f^^. ^^!? ^^ ^-^^ 

.DObAa ^3or oSo .96^ ^,?07? ^9^^ "i^ -^^^9,?^ ?^i^*A 
07^ ^,>fii$ Aa ^0! .;^ \fibi ;a.'3Mi2 l^ooS^p l^^o )Sl 
9u3o .^^isA ^\ '^^? U^^ "^^9^ ?9 ^l .a>a^S 
^Ob^ ^^9 ^T^ ?4^ -^P^^^ii ^^^ou. ^^3? ^^M?? 

;^2 99 j(3\ 0^23 ;^2 .Ijpai aoAs ^9 oS .cui^do!^ 

;&op ^07*is*29 »0A07 ;rioS>iS -^^^j? ^^ t^f?^ ^^ 
^ .ojsbouora 007 ^ ^2 au^b 5^2 .^2 ^hji l^dtsl 
.^07^ ^?-^.? ^^^ ^^ -^>3.*?A uQ>in\92 ;^uQ)A<^^'^ 
^9 ^op -073^^979 OOP woroAaoia ^orb^ ^^oio^ruox 
oa\ ^2 ;i^or >^9? tSo>a ^99^09 5^2 .vA*9 ^'SL,? x^ 

9A .;S^ uis*2o .^39 007 9^29 ^U^l ^9 90^ 'l^O ^f^ 

07^592 ;IjS ^,?Mi07 ^o .;>L,9A ^T^^o 'A^92 v^fbx^ ^ ^f 



THE FAMINE IN THE DAYS OF PACHOMIUS. 32 2 

.^isoboai ^lajj^bos ika^^seS iLl ,;fK?'.>ft» >^o'i3 
07^03 ^ o^ ;oo7 Aihftitb ,l^\ ^ ^^^ 19^ ^^9^ 

6ssl%yx .a^isoS yiol ^3 007 .1^ ^?^,?^ ^^ ^ ^*^? ^ 

iV^y aJ^ «A oo! Jk«bax -yoa^ N1007 ^^o ^^007 ^&i0 
U2 y^is^'? ^07 ^^ ^3 ^^kbpA .Ih'is^o U^'^ yOA^aod 
;307 ^isixpo '^^l^ ^^? ^2 ;IiQ>obopb ;i^ .5^ \y?ViiS 
«auB)^a I isii ^3 «1<A07 oo^j^ .;iobo\o7 ^ ^^^ ^ ^^o'- i46<i. 
yOuooboab ^o^ .^2 }07is29 ^3b2a ^9^ ^,9^ -^l 
^1 IsJ^ks^ k^2 ^M^b isii St'yi, i^k*aa7 .2 .ill xAt *») 
^3 ysk .isii ^3 ^ittsk OLJQ} .;i39 eop cja ;^ ^^ 
;^ ajy^ ;l^ .vA 9^^3 ^2 ;^ ^iacn^oSa .1^1 OC7 bb92 
;!kai ^2 ^2 .s-ift^S ;l2 x^b ^ ;i.o«fia9^ ;j^i3 ;i2 

y^ .is&i i^p ^07 ?ifli*\,*i ^ «!^is^ ^'^,? ^^ ^^.? ^^ 

^o^ Ivjisisp l^?lp Usi%^ ^j^? ^^ wi«bbX^ ^ 
Jm^o ^2 .07^0^ 3^2 ^3 007 .is&i aqiL ^l^^ i*^^^?'? 
.2 ^i^'j^ 4^ ^^ somSi'Ji o^e ..flA2 }o7N23 ill 097 

Ik*^ .3^2 l^'l 661 ^,3 39 .As< o^M doAs .^3op J3 isii 
^ >3i^2o uQ>aa?'viy,\A ooi ^^dAX .;&a7 ^2 ^2 l3a)j? ^ 



Fol.l 



321 THE FAMINE IN THE DAYS OF PACHOMIUS. 

loai ,Mt^6s yt\\\j^ iJOloxao .ou«iisis^o ^pk^ isjkj 

^ocrr^> .?acu^a>'j ^o7p oo^2 .;i2 |iIoor ^isx^^ .^ep 
.^oor^» ^oT^^is ^3^3^: ;^ka^'o73 >M.;ia^3i: 'toa^ t?^^^ ^*o«3tsia 
^a.a[^ X-^ ^•i-^'da ^^^'^ -^o^i v?"?^ ^""^ ^^ 
45<^. a^ba^fis ^o^ia or^^bo >i.yA\w oab ^A ^m I .oa^KOAakbo^ 
.aiisSJy^ ^r^^ %^^9^ ^sw^o 'toa^ ^^^ a^isio -^oa^ 
}au^ l^oh ^0/ .sM^bA^ ?^S>a.y ^ ;is*xi2 ^^sSi^a ^o^^o 

?I.\^so ^ob mo; ;^2 .^iA<,3^ ^ )Sop ^taski ;^^ ^li^p 

JSQ^ ..^3^3 Op 99 Op ^ 9t^ As i\yy ;l^2 .^o^is 
;i^ ^abbftS ui^3jS2 ^la^a ^sjsia A^2 ^J9Mip<* 

67^3 3^}ba!!^b 5^i .Ji;^ wOO] ^isii;^ i^ ^3 oio? 
<^aA:s9k3 ;^i ^ ^iA ^3^3 ^sit ^|ua 007 33X -^^^ 
^xom o^Aa^o .^»ba^ ji!^ ^^1^?^? '^Aa^iabo ^3^ 



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ADDRESS TO THE BRETHREN BY PACHOMIUS. 32O 

^ILL ^ajb ;iso*0 ^ -^i^^ t?^ ^^^ ^ '**^^ \?^ ' 

^or ^ ;»><v>A*if>i 3ae )^1 .l!?i aoxXri oSo .^ojiSi 

.iaSt Ixoj ^^iA jso^ .;ad& ^mX^^^ ^o<\a .'vL^i \iAor 
^ 9^^ tSa :so^ ^^^^ .^XMaa .^Lox^ ^so^ Juis2 a^o 

^ocfi^e ^ikjiSsp ^6^2 ^^^b wJSio2 .^s^ ^leo; .^ax!*! ol 
;^o ^«9^ JS«2 ^ ^ -<[.??^ ^^'^^^ ^o .^^hliLf isisbo ^^ 

^3 ^oS .^.a^ 6^0^ ^is&2 ^it^JSM ;^o ^JS&i ^vV^d^ap 
^a^ftaa ^3J:t -^3^ o2 'U^oi ^x^ 3^;^ ;a^ o;^ 
7i\v\» I'iiotoio .JSQm2 iSouu ^2o .}»'9m* ^ ^fiLS^KiO 
.>^^^JC^ ^is*!03J^ ;Ifl>o2 JNo^ ^p isii .>laLb2 ^aoXM dw«^ 

^l^b lyitiv^ .^islb^« ^49?^ ^^9^^ "^.pos 'iiio^ 



3 I 9 ADDRESS TO THE BRETHREN BY PACHOMIUS. 

Foi. 144^. IJLyto ^M'lnai i\*ao7 ;&iaS >^,3^ v*oro^2 ^3 ^tiV.i'nb 

;i9f .^0^2 ^ ^^? t*>07 "MCkisu .^iQ^ 2^|Ia 99 i^p 

^9 ;a3:9 ^2 .^>^isa2 X^ mo; ;oil^;lSo >^i^^ ^.^VvSb 

Ao\,Mip -^a^aLa ti»h ^<»>tS>^So .^^^o .^00^2 ^ao^fb 
.^2 1^3 Jta^ao ;^a!i0 X^o ^S^o^ y^oj iLiS ^ijsp 
^^i^apo .^A^triis^ ?io\.\ri3 ^^^sasa yoa^o^i JiboSba 
^ 5^29 yoa^Si^ ^9k3j(d3 -Jiio^3 l^^olo &iipa 
I'if^^p Ixaaaip yokojjxi Ia^oj ^o .}m!^ ^M^? 

^ojA a^JSSt .ooor lis^aS ^201 \y,y .^obuaoo tlauiis2 
^'o; 5^2 ^afsui 0007 ^^ai >\y,y .;[^ ^^o ^^oui32 000; 
^o^b ^'or 4sL'>t)0 .:aubjsis^ yoa^ba i^^»^o «^«^? 



ADDRESS TO THE BRETHREN BY PACIIOMIUS. 318 

iS^!» .. ouA^JUk ^^bis^ iSflSico ^xor? ^07 ^ aMiikl 

.^bis ^ ;3^ ?^^b oojxl .^o>is*2 ly^soA l^^^P 
^e .yO^oiaa }93X ^o^ ^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ 99 4is*u3^ 

9A .^oax^fta ^ajsb^e ^SaAi ^po is*^b ^sora ^or 
}3mi» .a^boj; ^of ^o .^lA^ntS oi^ 9^ oi^ ^9^^^^ 
iSp ;3i^i .bo^ bile .QM^3^;L ^*^9 -^9^ >^fil ?**ntS 
p^o .^isauk .^slaiil j^bOifl .eor ^boiosa oVyrtotSb ;I^ 

<*;I^3 ^pia^ ;^ 

b^j|o o|L^o^ Mfr^o .oi<{^ Atnt.Vfc^b 5^ o^^>t -^*^? 
i^S^ ^k^^ =^^^ '^^^ V?^ ^t^9 ^ '"^^ =vf ^ 

^QSk^ ;l2 aMl .;^obisiao ?>\)*if> j^ba mq2^ .^x^ \>i 



3 I 7 ANOTHER REVELATION TO PACHOMIUS. 

^SUlS 99 ^3 .u3^ isii ^,3^ isil .^AiJioa ^07 ^39 
.;L9i tSitS ^vo Ao ^^OA ;ao^bo ;^ .^iayiba ?^<n»2 

*>il:ao^ Uo'ySi ;\52 



^o;(^^J;ap .A^'ia 07^0^ ^oo; ;i!^ .^001 3)bp2 ^3 ^or 39 

aa ;[o^i ^ ;h9u«3 tS2xo .^Lai \ii \^m'6hi ^St Qfs!^ ;3^ 
pubJN ^o^^ Ao .v^ 9,94 V^? '-^ ?t^^ ^^ '^'^ 

*^ ^^ ^ 5^^? ^ ?>^>^9 ^2 ^9^9 \\,y> .m3M ^j^ 

or^o^ QbfSkO ^,?WM^ locf\ hisol ^a) 990 .m010^2 ^007:19 
.^m^oJ^ lom M 9u^ ^.iiaA^o -^o)L^29 ^>L^ ^9^ 
..^jibs4»>ap jUi ;^9mO .?.iXSj)^ap ^ 07S ;oo) ^^2 ;^o^9i9 

.wOiaois^tO ?4>\\N O799J19 OOr .079k41 ^9uMiM ?Mt1t*t) 

xS .^9j0 5^ ^0 .^bbs 5^ U2 ;2p .?.iauS>\« ^oA 



THE FUTURE POSITION OF THE BRETHREN. 316 

;^^o ?il.*n>< ^^nb .l^ip ;djCD ;^3 ;xiao ^a I'pf 
^ji \\h -^S^ ^^ ^^? ^? ^'amI .oNAlb ;jsq3Qm^ 

t*3 o>^2 3ao ..oa2 ^Si ^oroA ^3u«M .ofii^b ^o .00/ 

V,'" • " • » \ »• » » »^ '1 ^m «< <« I* \ a ' 

09/ Q^be^2 ^3k*of .^c^A d^;abo3 ousei ^bojoA o^ 

;3Miisl3 Jo? ^Jsoi*Mo^ -^^b^ ^i^ ^?^? ^^\ ?*59V 
JJNoLaa ^>foVjo . J^o^9 ^Xob^oSiO .yO&of ^93 ^oo^iA^ 
9A .;£a yOV^^u ;a^, ^>ipo .^o^i «b^? ^^^b 00/ 
.^bks ^s ^iS^2 ^eof aoAa ?te<\ft\)0 ^f ^tniso^Ji^jaa 

loo}! ^siap ^ftb^i >^o7^ ^?4^ t^^^ ^o^boro^ ^s ^of 
l^iM ^ ^y* ^aoiott) ;i^3 ^^\^ '^\ ^ ^^? 

^oro -^^^ob^ ^973^ ?n\^S 190]6S ^30 .^9^33^ 

007 \<Aor ^3* SAO .p^drSa .^sIjuA /^o^i ^^l^bjso^ 
;o7Si ;*3!» 62 M2iO faao ;o^i ^o^ ;^ ^o; ?no\, 
;3»Q^ i^'t^ U^ ^\T -^oo^bA JSa2 ;iao7 ^ .tia ^wmJ 
yOO07&3 ^^d^b ^Xki .^07 ^933 eo^j^ -v^^^ ^^ 
I yO&or ;oo^iboA ^3^JS^ U-^ .^oof ^Aa ^2 \>< '^'b 



3 1 5 THE FUTURE POSITION OF THE BRETHREN. 

990 ZyOXOl ^2 3^13 loO] k^baO .m'isSjb ^ Jl£U S^AOj 

:^!^ yOaSlstlp y^Aiip ill ^a ZyOo{^ ado! yO&2 ^^Sal 
.yOai6seS aM2 ^,^ 007 .^o2 . . o^ o'^l ^s ^07 .;>m 

.tt\\^3 ^m ^oOm o^^«2 m3 or^eisale .o^AiioieS au£ss< 
}ail^ ;iS ..0A^307o ^ojSi ^ A ^aM^23 tS*ao; «lo7 
.oisii ;t3or k^^o : 1^3 or ^m lafil 6seS S>*^6i u&Mi2 

Morodi>a ^007^ -^0:^2^ ^aM*&^.3 £Nji;3*33: .ois^i ^^o 

yOSa6s M6s %So 'yOAl 03X ^OASO OOO ^0^2^3023 

<*^j^ bOaa 3^2 ^ai 390 .^2 jiaiiba S 

<*;d^23 Ja>^<a^,toS^i1 ,^\^ >^>a^? )^^*^ "^'^ 
.liscSS 0x19^23 ;^iS yOA2 mo^;^ -ly^y^ ^ 990 

^i ^d^i oMi SkAo .^JSo^^ vA^o ^o^ibain ^siijsj^o 

;jsoS^3 .oor ^is^^ MoiosoAa oor ^oji .yts\'iiSj? 

^^o ^^6s 9u^2o .ooor y-tSibat^ 073 ;a^ ^2 ^0193 

^3^3 ^3 tfljjtti^ia^^h \\'r\ a(^ ^3*^^13 407^2^ ;oo7 

Foi. 143a. ^aAi .30i^3 .Js^ I ^ l6scS^ ^>^ 990 .yoal^ ^3^ 

oji^ 'J^A ;oo! ;l^j» 3a .;lSi^3 ;^Jbade^S ;^2^ Axeub 

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REVELATION TO PACHOMIUS CONCERNING HERETICS. 3 1 4 

;±L\;3cr7 ;si2 .^v^ ;o^i ^ ^ap^ ;lu^ \>*> 

. oSi^^a t^^ -^^i^ ^3o^ fi^oi ^'Sea ^29 .o^ 3^2o 
^^ .l^iS dSst ^o .^ao^ yOAlf vAb a»|| ^9 eo7 .^ 
.^ikOMii o^likaA o^b ^,d bka ^ .^2 ^a^^ yooj^dikxs 

yoa^o o^ ^*?? ooojf ^*k3 .^is $!>'2i>>1 ^07^»9d pa^JS2o 

^29 SV^y .^M opi mO] yeoj!i«99 ^^oiiib ^aor ^Za? 

v^^b ^aA« atS Asm «S*a^e -?lo^2 ^iik ^ iyOa{^ 
ofiio UQ»*^2 .yOorJS^o&^ ^d^^AS yOCfi^ eoo) Qbaiio .^IJ^ 
ajy^ I ?lvS^Sj1t roSokb ;[!^o ^k ^t>vy,ia \y,y ;aaa Foi. 142^. 
^oAxboa 9>i^a MOioa'iAiab ^aubb r^eo^ ^907 ^M>2 

:}ooi sAa;e^2 ^oaa ^lA^o^a Aau Iji-^ioo ila{iiiS ^^o 



3 I 3 WHAT THE DEVILS IN THE AIR SAID TO PACHOMIUS. 

^o^nJSla oor ^ojja^b ^ASwii ..oor^oS 9db2 3^ 3ao .SH^ 

^IsS^ e2 .jSxpa yo'>\ia ^a vlop .;^i ^ ^isbSAsi ;&3po^ 
ojx^ AJsii^ ooro A 343 Jo; ;xika^ 6ss2 liiLSox:i .oaS 

.0^ ^*2 ;o^i ^ 90^93 ;!^a ;a\i ;o;^i i\\^y> .^aor ^ 

A -^3^2 ;^ ;3or ^^^ ^*;LfiL3uQ> .uSsi^ o^S isAs Jo? 
i^ .U^o .^^o3 ;9e^^ «i4^ P9k^. \i? vf^^ ^^ 

;3\2 .la{!il .\y,y .^9p;^ ^*Q>nS aa .;^i wo^io^a^^ 

.?n»o\, 07^ ^iM3u65 .Js^ ;,por 5^29 .;^3p ^a»^ ^;jj»^ 

;is9a^9 w0ic^^^^» ;[^09£Sf39 ^>M ;[^o -93^ ?saiS>\< ^^^? 

Foi.i42a..fiSAC»o! ^^ ^oAa ^A^auad: \4a07 yio ^2 i .l^tAi Jso 

9^9 iS^^ .yOO^ !b(«a2o ;^A »^2 ^^^^^ ^^;ibp9 

»3o^^^9 ^iSai ^ ^orSo;^ ^*9>3^o it^ntobaybo ^oAa 

l^ois^ ^9 ;^;Ia -^^3a ^*^ t^929 isaA ^S o79A^& skip 
iio .yoa{^ ^o^fisap ^aui< ^9 ott ^9* ^ 1^09^9 .^0)^9 

^9 Jop .;^i ;oo] *^^JS3p ;S .^ ^oo} ^por ^ .^a^bo 

yoisii ^al ;L!i e2 .^3^00 ^o^a ^ao^Aa ^001 y^a^^ 

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WHAT THE DEVILS IN TIIK AIR SAID TO PACHOMIUS. 3I 2 

^0073 ^iS "^o -^^,9^ V^.? ^?^^ ^ 'vl^^ \t'ai 

l^a^, ^3X3 ay^o >^a3i ^^h -^9^ ^^b ^fiKOTsia ;^QiLdo 

.^i e2 Nf^3>t^ .ai6seS hiol ^,a 001 .^^A ;±jal \xoa 

:zi>iS ^^4^ ?^ A? <^i^ .^3103 ^A:^29 ^07*k*2 ;A^ 

.1^ .;l^23 AaiQaa ;^ou3 ^Lboa ;<^ ^V^ ^ ^^^ 

.A N32U^2 3A J^ ^o tH .isHxii a Aa2 I H^ fi^|u*b Foi. 141^. 

;S3 iS^ .;307 \v*y) .ka!^ ;»aA wAor 5ui3 ^^nSAb J07 

dqou^;^ 9La .1^1 "pSt i>^yi^ ^2 wA^ .9ds2 .^ ^;\7 
o&jbisboSa ^2 .UaiiJ^ ^sti^ ^^oaouA ^u^ o^ bddod 
Toii -^?>^ ^9^ ^o)*is*23 ^2 :^i^ >^30^f >^i^^ 
«^ibos ^,3 39 ..^a\ 333 ^aaao :39^p ^aba[*o ^fiwio ^^ 

^is&i .^ispOU^ jk^>>m JL39A .0^ 3b^2 ^O] Hf^tl Of? 

^3 007 .Uor ^a^iL^ yoisi^;js2 ym'-Vt^^y Na ^3 ^X*i 
;^23 \y,y .;a307^ ^2 ;is*2 o^ 3^20 .;?*ntVfcy .yaa^ 

;3oi3b yh^ ,j^^>>o\ ^oiS ^3 ^2 mIsaI 990 .Ufi ^l 



3 I I WHAT THE DEVILS IN THE AIR SAID TO PACHOMIUS. 

9a Xi^ Jaa .ails A^L^^M^ ;oo] «^^ J^ia*:* 

lomo .0^9 ^^,?^ l9^ ^^} ^?^ ^7*^ 9.?7 tt<? ?9 

■oyStatt ^o oyAtbflu ^ o^ ^^ui3ii 9a :|[3^9 ^'o*^ 
.^o^ia ^a96w \^sS^ loi .^yisolo uo^oiaoyti ^oiaa ^'9>Mio 
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k9^'i 9a 07S ^oofiUa «^m:o .;i3U?it9 o^haSadi iSix^ 

a .;xo7^ ;!^b^ ;^iS s^boS is^f29 ^ .;32 02 >^r9^9i 



TIIK HISTORY OF THE HURIAL OF A HOLY MAN. 3IO 



, *>aaosb ;Lail x&ia ;*oqS JSa<*;* 

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^^Ix iyoal 61 is&2 ^ib ^iio^ o;;^ 0001 ^>^2 ,?i^t>^\ 
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pa ..oasMia^ Jas o2 toisii t^o; 0S9 .TiSivNa jll^ 
oof ^29 oyt*ViS o/fM ^ia^ia .^2 ^o! ^9 y>oio><a,>^2 

.yOOr9*3^ oSfj[ O^kbpkS ^O .^fS O^ yOO^ ^2 .pA^b 

Jor /^Si^ \i« .23*bb3a J^m -^2 ^ o.*VVi fiN^^ts*dwo 

^4^2 ^o^is*2 ;^3^3d:a o^bo^jL ^070 z^sa ^07^ a^^j^a 
<*aas;a oor ;^2 .^\ao .^oo^ '^W^. ^9^ ^? 



309 THE HISTORY OF THE BURIAL OF A SINNER. 

^AsL .;v*iKap9 U^ ^S^ i^yy ajy^ \oksx2 'loa]is Ij^aip 

.oisfti ^^^ S^oi ^ oo^j^ .^'Sobo^p jS^ v*o!oS^ 

y^is* 9A .yi07ei!!k^ . o3^f^.b 00^2? vP^^^ -vp^ ^^ ^^ 
Foi.140^. ^bkla Stsxal >^\,y .^oa^ \2^ .^'SobOfbp ^^k^ | o^ ^2a 
..Js«b9 007 onauj^p ill ^^ ;lS .q'K^VA ^bi^^b Jof ;i2 
y^aisx^ ^ivinN bi^ 5^2 .. obbof^b ^09^ ^l wfiblx b^ij^ 
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?iA'»b bA >Sv*fl .^ya JOiisxisy ^L^^b J07 .?ai^A 
.som^s yMbbMp ^o^b >^^'S< ^ 'l^\ MOfe^2 jiJSoduS^a 
^oisx29 ^b t^of op;&2 :o;^ofiuS^p ;ii|!^ V^^ l?'^? 
Sa^ aiJcii jS .^isAO^i ;£seux»23 ^oal ^oo^s -^0^2 ^ 
J07 ^lA'Mit ^'ajQsabo 5^2 ^M^i^i^ .'psSp ooi ^s^ ^^ 
.oSdu£s2o ^jsboboa^a obbbbislo 2ia><aa?o Of^b .^fisab 
;3:b3 :aaiso o^ «^^? >^ -vf^ ^^ ^o*^ ^[aor «^\^ 
h^iS^b .}3i^ l^\ oa\ St'y^ .Morobaab ^bobo^p ^ b^^ 
*:*MO)0*b£U ?MM^9 -o^ «^^ }m*i .o;!^ ^00/3 ^dor ^o^^ 
.0^ JS*oo7 ;^b^ ^JS^pJ^xa ^i 3A .yA ^007 Siiox y\ o^l 
mOTq^oI .^fl\ b^2 ^01 ?ao >^o^ ^oo; ^^2 ;i^ 
;3ub3 o^ >^o2 ^3 adi^ .bab^2o ^boboi^ ;i^p ^^?\r^ 



THE HISTORY OF THE BURIAL OF A SINNER. 308 

.^ori^oS ;oo) issip ^jtuo^ ^ ^>A^ o^ ^'i ^3 MOfe;$M 
^o^ ;^3 ;^iS pja3 .^^o U49\ 95 •^^ l^ ?9 

oauau ys^o 'yOyti^ ^o^ ^.9^? 9^9 -vf^il euXio 

:o^ ooo! ^a^i ^3 woroo^i .;oo7 ^^^ >i^ .MoroXi* 
uQ>od9A ^3 -^49?^ ^.?^ ^9) }^9^ :^i o2 isii joL ^iso 

€uis«bo!^ ^aiiaad ;^a«xd^ ^23 ^m .^ioj >^*bo i^ ;a«^^ 
iSsab ;9k^ ;^3 .;^a>^Aa k^2 eg) ^bl .^i^ty ;>^a9^ 

O^ ;,3or slIs .^o^b9 ^ ^^^l ^9^3^ ^OL^ ^^i? 

J^S^A ^?^? 7tN>v\b ^9^ A? >^ .^ou ^9m a ^3 
k^2 .^i» S^oi Jusa .7iSi\Sb ^07 ^;a A oo) bfiba aA 

^^aisi^ .^ai 5^2 ;i2 paL l^l*^ ^9^^ 9^^ -^^? ^^ 



307 THE HISTORY OF THE BURIAL OF A SINNER. 

99 ^ \^^\ -MO^Af JSA^^^a&bo oTAaoboa ;iKo;j.^^j6ab 
I .;^alJL393 ;3^ ^oaJt^ ^a29 5^2 ^OMC^ yoiial ^i.>S*aoiM 

\a ^9 lifff .yohsyiioa oa^a ^9 ^or ^ yoksil ^Af?^ 
o^ ^o .o^i ;a^M ^W3 ;S o^ IxQj .^xhsA6s!S02 ;^ 
V\>^ .^070^2.3 ^?^9 ^^o ^'^ ^ orJSA^aiso ofs^ 
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39 .;Ioor Jia!^ o^a ^3 .;^O306>A3 ;.^b*^ ^9 ;^09uSb^ 

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^2 jd29 ^ooj^ aja ^52 .^9 }eo; ^f^2 990 '^is? ^23 



TIIK HISTORY OF SILONA. 306 

S^Jso Z^ \^ laal ao>>. jL^a Jar ^^^^ . ^ V >.a ^oiao 

99 >odu^ wiS ;ooi isA ^^o^i ^^s^ c^l^ yA&or 'Jo;^ 

paij ^a 007 ?c|7A>^ .^001 jcis^fsbo y*^ oi^ .^07 *^^ 

1^1 ^007^ ^ Jul ;l^o .Ixoj ;aa9av< lom 99 ^a .;o7^i 
.aoAs ay^ ^ A2 -A^a ;iiCD5o^ 5^ ^b .Jsoi* oooia 
eo) a^^a .000) ^aoteba ^ y^crji^ .^i o^«^ ^or ^a aa 
.uMoa^ ^a ^'a^ii 400) ^oie^I 3oa;js .^ooi a^ia 
i^\^a .;i»aUJi^ ;aoa;^ ^^ a^^ aa .ja^toaJa ^a U'a*i 
.abp^&a ^sa eoi ^ooj ^^jia )^o 4ao^ oiaaoi yoo^ oi» 
^i^baa -^aea ^'aM2 ^610 ^aoai^ 00? aisa ^a 99 
.^al o^la .aaelo ;aa 007 ;i^ .yiOio^I o&bba AvnS 
o7^^kVaoa 00) .w^aisxao aa ;^2 ^JL ao ^^ nA a NkOoi 
.Sv^ ;^2 .U07S .07S 6^00! ;cwa9 ;!!^ .a^2a U2 au^S^ 
007 \2a:o . . ap^ 5^-9^ ^t^3^N< '^'^^ 99? ^^ "^.W? 

;\M.a ;L^a .o7Xi>$9V v?^^ vf ^^'? ^'^^ Nyy -^^^ ^ 

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l^yh ^iS v«o^oisao2 .jaaa ^is^^ap ^i^oaia ^2 
^aao peAao ..fta>Ayja ^j^^ ^ovlois^acBO .}a3^ 5^2 

^oa^aflo^ '?9^o .^oaAVJa N>m^ ^^? ^en ;^ail^2 

9u^^ ^jat ilAd ^naija 007 .^cAo ;&o7 ^a ^aoA^ -^^^P 



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305 THE HISTORY OF SILONA. 

^ai .^jJOaoxS w.oiss2 99 ^a ;&aSjQ> -^c\ 007 o^ btsbx 
;>«o3isJM o^^S^a ^001 ;j(d3Q^9 ^jiiyii >07Xi3i o^^M^^ "^^^^^ 

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MOieaoAb mOI ^^ .^2 ^3 ooo) ^^ibi .^AMbojs2 O^o ^^aor 

;^oM9k3 op ^^2 izxitf ;^oS^o .uoisis29 001 ;k:3 ;oa! ^ 

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A?3 .is&i ^Kac^ ^3 ^3^3 «^or ^^ .^la^a ^ooi^ 

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.mO)03;3:3 ^07 ^o^ 3M2 ^3 eo! .^saobal^o >la?baiS ^^9^^^ 
^or .u^ ^baibob ^si^ ^i2 ;i^9 .^23 ^is&i ^*^ ;[S 

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THE HISTORY OF SILONA. 3O4 



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^3 39 •crpK^a }oo) k^lii J^ o^aossb eo! .?ft>>ia»y> }oo! 

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9A0 •^3*33 ?ioajB>: wAsi3 9^9 -^^ ^'yjo poo^ ^i 
op? .^2 fisLa ^ ;3M.b ^ ^o^ ,?*'t>o\v« ;j»;!0 o^ AAJl 
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;i^ .^jrfi303^ jSp .lai 61 ^isisf ^3m 2,30; tA hdoax^3 

^pJd ^3 eo; .^j(^3 o^^AmOX A>« ^,3mm^3 ^ia^l .^aja 

-f^juissi ;toae .^^ji\ ;!o^,3 isii ^bl .o^ 3^20 4^ 
;3^ A^23 ;x&33 ;i2 .;^;l!5^ ^9 ^**^i? ^h U!>*\ 

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^s^ ;sooi ^£ua .jSaooi «^>^3 J01 ^ 3*£s« ^^^ X1001 
;^ ^o^^3 5^3oS 3m\ iVyy .;au» jsodd^oxs >^A^1 
^ ^>»o^3^baS ^^^2 .;3or ^ ^23 23.^^*2 ^ ^*oo) 

.is^AM&jc2 ;S 5^ js^ooi ;is3^ sa .\«Aof .;; .^'i^eS^ 

^OJS Ao .;^03isih9 6seS k^ 5^ N«oo7 >«>«Ami pik A^i 
.»30^ ^ Jln'ttfli^ ;l2 2|^ ;i^2 .is*2 A;*3 isi'l i^ 3a 
^solJKaKboo .ypt'VS JS*?f^^ oi^ ^oo) wM^!0 ^oSjcb oaj ^3 99 

.^3 007 o^ ;oo7 %^^ ;a34M .07^ 007 iXAy ^3^1.3 ;ooi 



303 THE HISTORY OF ABBA PACHOMIUS. 

3A qS .au6s*2 ^Ssetoi 2^aui^ ^^ox^ aA ;^2 .ois^3^« 
;o^ip .Jk^ ^ 9ba x!^2 .yokSjlo yOisOaa: ;3032^S 
;93d6 iHoh .^aiaaoa ^^ea ^ yois^^? -v^^fH^ yoisiJa^M 
M07o>yi2 ?i.S^it^a yois^^A>2 ^ ^2 ^^o*3A o^^ka^ Jioso 

.;o^'i ^ yeiMaUia^2 \4A0r ;ac7 ^^^ -v^?^ 9^\^ ^^ 
l^aStp li^Qboao .oi^ 001 5^Ab0 ^o^ia .^a ;isaQboa^S ou2 
;isoiaS ^>^ ^liboisxao loa]6 .cfp ada^e opaiSo .ouqm 

.aaod "pyio SsS aoAa ^o^a i^2a loai iJio aA .^^i»S 

JS^^aMiJ^ ^LSi^ ^ aa .^a^s^^JS^ ^^2 l^ 'P^J^? ^,? ^ 
;i2 ;siba uuois*9M ^ -^3^? oi^^^^a ^^ y , \ ,» ^ > r>\^*o 
^;33oaa .^oa^^ ;a2 a^bpl ^aadsai .o;^oi^\bpS ;&2 ^2^o 
e^ ^jQiJ^i .qS ;&2 ;x<:3 <a2 aA oS .o!d^^.boaca ^aa^^^ii 
J^l aai^^^ ^2 ^2a ;i2 ;9^ 99 ;^2 .yoadai* >^ ! S> ^\ 'a 

^j^Jb^a auoL, ;zx^a .^oo! bbaf JK«;aukisI .oa^ iSaaot ^a 

" ' ' ' ' * " •'* lilt \^ » , 

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^ ;bA07 .AbM> ^ yA*baJ. ^2 ^,al ;LSa oot 5^2 .;*a^3 
aA02 ;o^2 iskb t!^of .oa.^ .07^ ^*oo) ;Sbaa: ^^i o^a 
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Joi ^oa^ bfibiss^a ,^oaJ!^ 1^ ^^^ai^dso ^0A^^^ ^ASt^l 
<>yois£2 ^007 ^afiiS ^t<?^ii^ -v^^^ ^?.^.? 



THE HISTORY OF ABBA PACHOMIUS. 302 

liLisL ;m ^ ^d ^2 :^«^ ;&»o^b ^07 too^ 
000; ^3^2 9t^ .Movso^daaua od^ 2^ .JSoo;b «loiS ofMb 

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^o .ouiia ^oA ^>>b ^aS 00} abdii -^^^^ ^ ^^ ^^'^ 

.^i^Sip ^ isso^ ^'^? »^V^ -o3do;; ^3 yOioi .yookis^^aS 

.3bo2o w4^isj^ -^S 007 ^of ^3 «^»bos >^ .^ .lVv>i3 
O3bo;;o .?td\\i 3u^2 ;isaL33 ^3aac .^aJ ^ yO^ii ^9^ 

i2ki&3 Joj ^ -^^O^a ^ yOO^ 3^20 ^^ .^Sw^i ^3 yOAVf 
^ ei .^32 iS^M 33^iNj|0 »^3 ^3dM33 O07 ^0;\,0A O^aOA 



30I THE HISTORY OF ABBA PACHOMIUS. 

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;mou ^ .^3 ;is3;^3 li^dL ^ a^ ^i J^o .;^oL 

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-ux^ ijioi Nttjo^ 9A .;is^ ^ ^'t?^ ;iAluo ^poQx 
*^or^^M^^ ;4^3 ^,3^ }o^i :3,3btj sosaz >^adp iSa 

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^Sao ..^ssL^ u.30^23 ;baai ^o^ ^a^ao .hX> >^Si» 

labbbo .mSO^xI "iax 1*^2 aJbb aA ;Aai .^Ly^a ^aao 

;5^^ ^io .;I^a ;ada4^ ^\^ '^^^^M ^5^^-^t^? t^^ 
^9^0 .yOO^S ^Mpabo ?>V!iit'ia j^'n^'io .^oo^ ao^o ubata 
.. ^oadifl^ ^s^ ^a :;aoix!ao ^o^ l^ ii^sLti^ yp 
.;«^a oriso^ ^2 ;:3l ;LSa .Im a^'i ;a2 ^a .aAs^ abpi 

•>;Mjko ^isx*3 07^392 ^ ^^^^? >>^il 

I ^JOJi^nala ^asao ?M*t^ ^ox* .aaos 07^^ ^<* 
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THE HISTORY OF PAUL THE SIMPLE. 3OO 

OfM oik .lyaooiS ^oano ^f^s ti^ -loiilp ^a\oiskSt OfM 

.;i^o^Ja ^07^ >^^ ^?^ -^5^'** >.rtntyfc^ isfti 

;oo) ^issK^ ..oci^ orsia pao .^oo) a^aeip 7),a^ . QSbau» 
.;isa^b .ooiis^i^^ iom ;^b ^or .^o^ ;s*>ti oei .007^ 

^07 4?OI ^k^ ^j{^ $,»^M^ ;^3 yOO;^ p3Jb .^tt^ 

?7»^^ft> ;&39o .;u^ mN*2 ;b3^ :b& ;i;;s .b±i2o o^x^ ^3 

iS^k^b 6J|atf ;o^A .0^ ^3 oio7 .;IaLi ;I^ ^3^*^? 
^'bub J» .oa*bdL^b .^oila Qh9ub2o .o^b^Io ouJq> .bttlo 

'^i* V" V •" ' " 7 I • ' 14*" » 

.030 ;L3 onhSu .aa?V,*n\ od!Lo ..^ssla oLq> .U*^ 

.js^i^ ;ooi ;bjjJK^3 oof ;^ ^a ^^^ aa i^c; ^ ;!;; 

.^^;^be^ ^t*V4i ^loisisj^ >!SiSiyi» 0733 oo) ^o^SA ^a oior 

;o^i eo] isii? -J^o^i ^o^ ^3^;^ ^\3 ^^aisisj^l SkaoFoi. 136a. 
;IaLia3 i!Si4A07 ^07 ; il%iS cux^miS ?*n\iS ^^3 eor 

;i2 ^ox ^3 wb;^ ?A?^ '^^ ^ t4^^ ^^ -^P^^ 
^ ;&2 ^ifjBboo iaoioE^ ^m ^ a^i^ }or -^ifSS m^*2? 
^9 .;i2 ;3069e .^t*\ii ;&07 ;*boos^ Ui ^^Abe .^^altj 



299 ^^^ HISTORY OF PAUL THE SIMPLE. 



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.(77^oS ^ ^2 ^3 iSo^ ^3 007 .;Ixaka^ yOq^ 

^%**isi ^07? oof i!siu ^L^, y4is^eo ;oo) ^io .bfiuisx ^ 

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.007 ^l33 i\iit d^A^SdOS 9030 ^007 MM|*do .07bo^ ^afsoo 

' •ill } • 'S' •'' ^" ' ' 

^007 ;^0 MAM^O i[,3^ 39 ^ 3QX ?t«>h ;i^O^ ^3 007 

.^o^is ;is^>*Va; ;fSn%!MiM>SaS o*2 .3mI2o Jio^i^ ^^9^ ?^ 
^o ^tll^o ^3 ^9^ \?^ .>^oxbaS ^ATkLs ;^oba*A3d^9 

O^ .3^'20 ^907 ^ ^3 ^i^USbO .^33 ;^33 ^ «S^ oi^ 

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HISTORIES OF MARK AND PAUL THE SIMPLE. 298 

.^soaS li rtAi o ^ ;3^b .^a!lLo9 ^2 Ss* 0007 ^smI 
JOoJa'yao 007 OSA '^^^ ^0u3o .^'a^i ^cl ^ks 

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;^329 ^^aE^^ ^o\bodl&9 •^3^ 5^i ^oiA ^3d^9 -^o^i? 

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I .. ati laa afs^ ^f^^P ^\ 'l^\ ^^^ ^^? ^oioiao 
.233bMb 3o^a4 ^9^ ^b ^ ^2 c^Ni ^lS«i ^^ba k^bjkOFoi.i35<t. 
^^o -U^p i^M 3o^b^ ^^? ^9^ ^v> yooiia^e 

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l^M, Si^ op 0907 ^AfiuA^b ^3 ^,?^^9 -^^*«^ ^V^ 
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907 .9*^99 op JS907 l*y^ psk o7bda ^907 w^flo .}AM9b 



297 THE HOLY MAN WITH NINE VIRTUES. 

Mov>^>ti ^.3^or .^ ^udili ;3uMdp .^or ^i^ q^ is£i bO^ 

^2^ .3dp2 99 ^JSo>^ Sdi^ ^2 ^3 007 .^ ^3^^iboo 
o?^ 3»2 .;i2 ^2^3 ^ ^ortf ^^2 .^o?^ ^2 (^*3i ;?2 
5u2 M&u2 ^2 .00? ;«^2 o^ 3bo2 .iai ;ai3^3 bjiXo2 )Sl .^3 

^(3La3S^3 .Oai 02 .<ift^0uA3^ ^2 ^a^» AZ .^1.3^23 

< II • X/ ' » / I I , ' , I < 11 "^ II \^ • 

^3k*»2 ;i!S2 .;3boo^ 0:3 ^o^ o^ 3^*2 -^9JN23 .;a3ar 
loa\ Isa i^^ ^oja ^2 ^,3 007 '^'^M yoa}t,6s^2 <^^ja3^3 
F01. 134^. .^\»ft^ JE33 1 y^ojotaoyja ^oro^i t^ \^ .o^^odislbo ;^JK^3 
fr>^?^^AM ^ 99 o;^ }oo7 h^dlaJSiuo uoro^iki^'SS ^2 ^ik^o 
doAiji ^isisf ^307 uiS dbddUE A2 'ycal yA*iQ>a4^ >^ .3^'2o 
^blsa .;3boo^3 ^3 ;a:3 .^x^ 0^ ^ ^l ss'lis ^2o 

.0^ >ft>«AVyis2 jS -^6^Qm2 6^3^ ^00; ^33 ;A3^0*3 ;001 

.;3MQ^ as ooT opUQ» .OCT ^23 o7^ti3S< ;3isae^3 yJO^ ^l 
yoojiia ^ou^j^s 3bo2 ^,>i>of -007 ^0*^33^ o^ ^jo 
.^o^^a . <i>Ato3<.i3 .^1:033 <^033 ^icodi^aa ;3Jb^lo .^m2 
^ oJSAao .^2 oueisis2 )io*^39 M3jaJS23 ski ^o 
.^3392 3A o^ eoo7 ^iidbXaiK^o .oor ^^i? Moroi03jti ^o7«i^^ 
o^So^ 007 ^2 sisoi'o .^isoS ^Sa^ois .^o32 ^ lUoolx 

<*^2 5^2 07^ eoo) ^>fM2o >^^Om2 



pp 



THE HOLY MAN WITH NINE VIRTUES. 296 

^e .1^2 yaSt ^oia^ Sjbat ^aio A\r> ;i3f ^aMois 
loo] Sjoi U>i ^J? ooj .Ufa M^Sf^ ^^^^ ^^ 'l^^ <s^ 

ofa loo] «^^? ^^^. ^ 19^ ?^ JSoao/o .MMsisisboo 
;oo) <3cVjss^ ;^3 .0^ ooo) ^a^bisM ^3 ^i .jloufi>& 
^2 QSKV^issl ^:s;l5^ .^9 3^o .OOO! ^*acV^isau) aa yoafsoiit 

■>^^Q^ ^Aa^oo ?V^V>ia ^,a^ >^3 ^o^? ^t^?? 
o^ ;aJEi aao .op lom ai^o ?<&*^la>a>S oo? ;^i o)Xax 

mOTO}^ -^9V' "^^^ii? ^^^ ^^ -^^ ^ X^ I mO^^mFoI. I34<z. 

^ft^Q3M ^a w^ 4^ .000} ^a^io .oaMais2o ^f^ ^3 ^i 
;^\ -wo^^a oor ^a ;^i .^bai< ^&^2 ;i^ ;iof ^ia .;aoj 
i^ Uor iVy^yo .o!6^a^ o^ ^2 p,a^a .a^'2 a^ ^o^ 
.^a^oio v*oroisA2 ^oskora oms^2o onft.Sy ^2 ^,>*or .jci^ioap 
o^ isai >/l*V>y> ;^2a .o^ ^>ao2o Jaob oca ^o^ ooaisb 

bftfVtfla .007^ wiao^JE2 ^a ooj .o?^±}a^ ^oroaiiawM ^0/0 .00) 
^o^ilS ^ auis .007 ^2a oristst^^ o^ ^^^^^ 99 -^ 
?n&.\;%fl>S o^jpuotto ^aM.b kXa ^aij .;oo7 f^^b oo; ^2 99 ^a 
>^<o\^^ aka ^o .^a ^fiKO^ m^mO ^oipiaiJo .oi^d'i^ ^ 
^o ^l 001 ^ -"SEA^a )^ a^ ;«^2a ov^S^a of^dSsa o;6ao 
^ Xi*l osVjsx^ -^^A-^ '?9^ ^? ^^ ^o .^Xi«2 od2 



295 THE HOLY MAN WITH NINE VIRTUES. 

9u3 .tS<^ U?f 9^ ^o '^ <^fii? ^07 ;aMo^ >^^^ 
eoj ^9 ^o^ .}4?^N^ fjh^ 07^302 l^yh S^Llp afxok^'is 
90^ 9a .^k ^ ^ji&b ^aaoM op ^^92 .^lio \a2 
^ Nioo) ^9 %lai ^oJSa %ii^ .9bp2o o^poos o^ ^oo; 

9CI ^2^9 CO] .is9^o2 5^ loo] ^29 %la7 i^2 ;!!^2 -kM?^2 

;9b9fl^ ^jlO wfii^a >0pB9^9 ^9^ ^ a(^ ^9^0 bd^tf 

.96029 mOI ^^obisittkS ^JkfiU9 yM^t^p kauM 99 .^9m2 
^2 007 9bao .;n9m2 1>M misoh'is^ ^ h^ol9 t^lo 

Fol. I33^..«!k^299 ilo^O I ;007 9k3029 mO^ ^^^? .bibaLo loO] •SJNSk^^ 

^0^070 .;iS9M2 o7&» 9002 .^is&id oi^^^a ;^9il^2 «30^ 
l^s^isoi cm ^29 aii^ 9^029 ^y!^ .^IimIS 07^ tS^io^o 

»^»ttp .«^OpO jlStiS ^07^0 J&9i^is» 99 ^2 ^,9 001 .A392 
.op ?Aa 9a OliiSis 1!^ M«*Alsis2o ^.9oiSA20 9k^ Ji990OsS 

9isa ^o •opcgil^p ^,9b9 \>( ^a^ao -Ojit'ViN ;oo7 ;^2o 

^Ul .007 ^9bOO^ t!SQ^9 07!^ %3X^^2 >\Ah MMAJsis29 

.^071X9^9 ^1^2 ^O^ ^00) 9^'2 O^ 0070 .07^ J^AdiK&9 
^ ..OOp ^OOfb ^99BO^ MOIOJb^ O,?^.? ^^'^ «^^ 

.^o^isA2 ;&or ;9b9Qba ^m ^07^9 .9^9*20 gt'VjiS .29 

.^9ifi2o ^oo) ^Ii^ 07^ uoio .^j^ ^9£uQ»>i.9 wisAi ;^9>tbo 
wfSftStMboS i!^ ^ak 057? -i?^? ^070^9 ^ ^2 AfSk^9 
^ijl ^^a .007 ^2 MorooxQMS ^ ^07 390 .^2 kauMo 



TirE HOLY MAN WITH NINE VIRTUES. 294 

.l3J^ e^ hjaoi .ill lAJi limo .oiS SSi^o Mj4iK*i mJsI 
ft^Oi^ ^^lo iS^ ?A^^il ^.?^^ ''^??^^ \^9} ^^ 
;oub o^ ^2a ^2 ;^;; li^^ l'^^ *>^o ojxf^o ^woal 

Ixa .;oo) hddi ;i^o ^is?^ ^^^% ^oio^ ^5!^? -^^9^ 

.Uor Ipl^ Pif^ ^? oh«a*^h ^a^io .eoT ;o*b a^ ^oo; 

or,3i»Aj^ .;is?A^ xiAa 5D,9J3 ;a^^ ;aLo ;i2 ;or .9^ 

patt -3^.20 073Kdk 007 t^fj[o .001 ^2^ SbASii ^sis .0^ 
*> .^^ op ^AmJk2o eof ^a^s o^ao ai£k& ;3m»o .ao^ dbdS 



;%»a^^ ^eoi Ma)oiw23 .^ ^2 \y,y }^^^ ^9^ ^^^ 
Jl^ 990 .^>A^ ^2 ^Xbo&3 .\^Mft^o ^oo) «^^^3e .^>k 

;ms ^oro3;J^ .^ais^b 5^2 ^ j i ii a^ S^ia ^,>or .y-ax;; ;S ^^a^;; 

^ ;as&b .0^ "MSahso ;ooi hflLx ^^fliiOA^se ^A^o .0^ 
.a^'le o^ ;oo) ^L^LiA 9^ .^oo] MoroiL2 opa 001 .^bboo^i 
^2 Mia 007 .ajoait t*&2 ;\^^a is&2 M«3JKao ^3^*2 ^a^^oisb 
aks }oo) 9^^3p .Jiauaa ^07 or^9i3Bo23 t^iKOj^ ^3 sJa 
^o .0^ mOo) ^3^ ;^03isi^3 ^p Jop .oi^SauUi^ 



293 THE WONDERFUL DEEDS OF BESSARION. 

js^aiio -6safao>f ^3 ill .l^aSt 007S 3diS<o vA^o m070x.2 
<• wS^'S >M**^ 0001 ^^ ^3 ^^3 .;liaaa yOop ^o'c) 

OUaitO .;a5 3mi ^3LJC9 ^O^ 0907 ^^92 ^JN3m2 ^iSASf 

Foi.132^. .;IaM ^^ liiLa '^lo ^M \ J^^o .a'i^^oS ?t^t ;oo7 

^ib pa Moilo .?I'ijiitS \S^*t^ uO]oh^2o .^jsoSmS ^io? 
3^2o M&ajb ^aftao -yoS3 ^aio ^i.4>ia>2 ^bi .^or 

j^>:io2e ^*^^9 -^39^ ^9^ t^Vii^ ^^^9 -^^ ^^ *A 
uS^o .^^ },3kS^ 5^2 ^*3^ ^bie .^2 ;or^ v^^ jal .a{^ 
^'339 .JS^isi^o 322 ^ ;ilx> iS:so 39 o^^ yiis*io .MJSoS ^|k2o 
3JS3 ^o .^o* ^2 ^o^ jQsaboiA ^^23 ^3^ ^39^ 

.:g3Jj ^ ^3 39^, ht3i^3 ..cu\*<a>^ ^ai 3sp2 .^^3 J07 
0730 .^of ^9.^9 ^?9^? i^kSwi^crr ^07^ ^Q^^is&3 .^3i0 

9y^ ^30^ ^907 ^^2 99JS •>yeO>^ 03iL^^2 ^J3f OOp 

;b2 6^0^ o^is*2 ^s^9 .^Addcbo ;aa o;^ ^9^ JS*2o -^s^boa 
h^ uiio .;b^ aa 07isAa3 ;L3is \>t o;±laLSo ..ouxjoxa 
bfiLsio -?A:^3 07^9.9 ^ ^^ibos ^3 ;3A -^^^^ X^^ ^^ 
.2A$^ 07!^ 3b02o .Jiaso^ 5^N>^ 9^? -^ ^Ji^ M0Vtr9 



THE WONDERFUL DEEDS OF BE&SARION. 292 

t^o^i <S*3S ?j'«[^.ft ^^^'6:00 .£K,x3el3 001 Mishap Jilftd 

AuaAO ^3or ZvSi^B enojsisl aa ^i ^a 007 .?^^L<s ^^ntto 
^3^2 .^o^i 5^ ^1^ ^^ii? ^'3m*2 ^^!3 ^oro .« eoi 

;^ ^ ;i2 ^>I ^3 .fkdpio .07^ ^a>bo 99 %^m il^ii^ 
U2 ^Vp^? ^oAa U2 ^i 9>? -^JKap ^oM ;i2 ;!^3 5^ 

\%jlL3S ^eJa ^bAM'ii^ l^l ^^?? '^soo t^ ;i2 aiuEbbBb 



^#3 ^isj; ..ouxjQ>*9 ^323 0r,3yibo^^ «^o;lx ^2 ;oo! aM2 

Ni^3 ^3 ;lj; .;l!i»^ yOO^is*2 ou9isx2e .JSfisx2o ^!^9J|o 
^4d:<^fisZ^a ^ba^ %om £S<i23 ^Iboa ;i;>i ft^<^o ..oo^iM 
.^ yaol ;9m P9 ^,p ;rucd 'l^^l ^^ «^li^? ^ ^^^^ ^^?? 

^0^0 ^aSo/ .^ jbodu X'oi^l vA a^j^o -^cn^^i ^lAfi >a 
.^30^ }oo) tSfi ^93 '?9^o -^ ^,?^ ^^^ -^9? >^99? 



291 THE HISTORY OF ABBA BESSARION. 



wore^o 073^99 . ouxJM ^2p \^a\ohjsoSis 0907 ^kx^ 
l^oxJ^ A? li^oip .^aip ^?o )L^b ^ie -<LibaX3 

Moro^2 ^3 ;3x^ .:zsAo ^s^ ;3>A ;S -ILso^b ;&ktt ;i^ 

laj^ ^oj^o ^^ ia» ^Aboaao .JJKouojia ?M>iQaba<^ ^ooi 
;fiM.2 .Jl&bob ^o3^ l^^o lom iSiakbisoae ocb\&9 

ail ^ifiOj .;X;99 ^i'iS ^ 99!^ .^i,h*V^ ;0l^9 ^OSAS 

^ 9)3^ o^ a^ Siip ;9*9 ^ ;9mS sa ^939 ^isy^i .;90] 
390 .^9iLibo ^ 990^x29 od2 5^2 ;i!^2o ^om ^o .iL^is 

^909^0 .^JOJOaiO ^ 3ui 5U^ ;i&0^ 0;m9^2 .;Z.ii ^ 3m^ OlfU 

U^ .a{i^ 3^2 :^;&>Jd9M^ or^o^ ^Sub 390 .?iai\^3 6^29 
.iiai JO u ajsa l^^\? ^^'^ ^ )°,?^ >^ \2 .^^^ kSl ^ 
.0^ 5^ «^Q^ ^oti .^' ^2 aojl A*^a ^a29 ;b992 
?i5?\i 9.970 .^bp4^ ;9eiK^9 ^9939 liso&isoaa .^3^2o 



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THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 29O 

And ImS tklo .^o'ia'^ ;^i3 aii^sa^ .^aiL ^i^oAS 
^*o^e .^aM muso; ^aox ^3 ^p •'^^ 9J>«^o3 !1m2 w 

^ri3t .^ajb ^i 00)3 or^eoIiKa^ ^^^ A? Xv^ya 

I O^ \y,v>a ^o^ ^'otiQxi •^of ^or .^rV^^ma 

;:KoiaiuaMb \y,v» .^;; uub 5^s^9 ;S>S^oiSo ;i>*>aSa 

w0)olaubo5a hrfid ^^Koii^bsisabo .laiii':^ o^aao^ ;aoua»& 

I6sy^ ^y^ aautebob aA^ ^ 007 .^ ^.l'^'^ 7iN.vSa 
M^iisxl .;;sobAAs<b ^ods N>ooi Mis*2 aa ^Aor -^ om 
AsbOMaa ;oQbal .VS^y ;l2a ^X*i .uoduba^ ;aucd 001 ^ 
^autda ^^Q^^bA ^!n<Aa ^i^^? ^aoroAo ^ilinS .^^omI 
.oLisx2 ^or ^'^P ^^^ "^^ yoisA2o .Nsis^ ^3±l 
.osib ^a ;:soi^o^3b ;iSQ^a>i^b .oiora .o^^&a W^irt 
07^k«d^ aa .?M>yi(iiS oaJ^ ^07^0^9^ ;baSox^ ^,?^? 
.9«3X ;^o .^9 ?n'i>\vria ^G^oaouANk ^oo^^a^ .^a^;s» 
^SAa^a ^c^ .A^ yAvy UouQ>Jk 3y^ ;^o -9^mjq> ^o 
.eaS^ :aobo ;^ao ^fl\ ^a ^muX'tij? aji^o^ .l^soixt^ 
.^'att X^ka^o; yoa}^ oocn ;^2 .;4QX^aiie ^^o<Aa o^kaa 
i^la MOffl^iSiap ^0:1!^ ^e .^aja ^abo^x ^o^ia ov^^oao 
*>^2 ^*ba^ ^^^ .yoo^ ^ai» ;4?>^9 ^^M* 



289 THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 

.;aLb Uaj ^2p ^^o^^ '^9PI ^fo^ o^isMoaxdsao .^i3^ 
Foi. 1303. ^3ub h*» aa .Jsb^o2 1 yliaaa^^aS ^sor ^^o^ o^ktio^o 

;^ aoAa -^907 ^3^^ .^007 ^,?oi0 ^3^ .isa^^jolp 

.^boSju ;^ol3;!!i9 ;sa ^ .;i2xa9 ^ htjS^ ;:^olL ^o\ ^^ 

.^007 ^*a3t<ji{sy ^of ^ ^3 39 .ov^ ^39^ 39 MOiouMoi;! 
^ 67S ^^f2o .^iboai oor ^i3oX^ o^ods ^^ouai Lm 
.^o) ^il^? ^^^ ^ ^H "^9,A o7^Aax ^e .;^aiM 

.^fr^aibofii OT^A eo| ^ol ^ojb .^901 ^6^2 '^^^.a^ op 39 

;S^A^ ^aaS^ 39 jSJbftS^ r*?^i^o •^f'^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ 

^ioS^o .cyBaiSo 0^3 ^2 .ooiAs* u007 ^29 h^ot 

^3^3 .^>iD^ ^?o2 ^or ^07^ \><o .^9^ ^^i^o 

^bitio .^oo]33 ;^3yM ^'^ ji>NytotlN ^i^4^o .eor ^3£i3kbaS 
^o^ 07!^ ^isa:2o .07S ^oo) 3i^3 eo; ^''^^oaua^ sum 

JK*9 ui3^or9 UQ3a03 ^VAfi> JSo!^ Ji^ SsilO .yS A3\ 3 kA*2 

^2 Shxo .^3 ^oi i^\« ;^ob03a op ec!0 .^soji 
.^SD^ikss y^jsiS ^f^? ^ ^^9 '^fi*^9\ ^ "^PV^ ;S>saN^S 
.Itl^cb em w^9 ^2 o^ 5^?9 "^.^V ^9^ ^? ^,?^ 
;iK^o\i0 .^3u^ ?iAap ^30)1* .>^3>i30 i^or <[307^9 



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THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 288 

;oo! ^id 0^1*0 \>*nt ^ eo)o .^ "-fi^o <^oSi3 t^a^ 

•\*aor iVyiye -^iba 07S ^90; ^f^ ^saab ^ ^3 ^ 
oJdod .a^'2 SA ^f& A<b 9u3b ^ai .^ Zf^A? y»\tv» iSa 
yoaaii^ lai .yois&i ^07isiN^ ^lioS .^isoM ZaLi ^iLa l^ai* 61 
^9 ^ikOuSi^ ^9m .Jlooi a^'2 ^07 aao .^09^ ^^^'^ ?9 saiS 
>SXS\< aao .mO!q^ ^^?^ !^^ '^^-f^? ^^ ^? ^^ 

pA -^923 ^3o\ aA^ o^ ^oo) JK*2 .O74«^oaai^ oi^I^ai 
.^oiiM p3jO ^o^^ %SaoJaS^ ^h,^y^\'\\ ^ ^a ^v* 
07x0 ;ooi ^bbii ;!^ ^3 y^p .. a^ ^mAX ^^^^^ ^9?^ 
A? »^.Sy'ye :^ 07S ^af2 euASf^ '^^^^ o^ soo -Zpq 
.or,a*^ 07^ 5^ j'TiNe qA^i^S o^ \>hOit aa .o^^^Am^ 0133*0 
oy.VyS 2oai 3&o2 or^»M ^o .;^3^3 apoo^ pja SmO]h 

3AO .}X«3 ;iso!0 w«£S^ ^07 5^Za^ mS iistl «!^ «2^ 

07dC3»3^ ^tXf)!^ yAoa m3 Om .07^3X0 01^iS3d \S>V>1ft 



287 THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 

^ ^oJao .;307& ^ up ^'>^l iko^'isysfaxa .(m ^p ^aj 

.. 9JS3 ooo) ^99? yOJkoi^ '^^i?? ^9A» iS\,y .. aistoa^ 
.i^Ai ^onS ^,?? ?»'f>a .^^SsijO .oior ^ 39 ^^,? ^^ 

.?tba.t9 oi^ahaAbOi^ \yr)o ■^^mS 1^07 Ij^oi \\^ 

.Sisoa^ loSi %S^ .^091 ^*3U9f ^07 V^?? ^o-K^^ 
^9mO .^oijs2 ^As ^ -^o* ?aibau^ aisa ^o >^oa] ^^fiUp 

y£sAM9 ^ ^9 ^ -1?^ ^.?^^ ^fc^ythoit 99 yOo^liLA 

^29 ^990A}3 ^9 3a .MOr0^29 ^«m ^OXm <^Ob9?£l l^^xS 

oi6sf\t\y% .hfcj09^ 3mA ^o^ ^,>* >^o ■^9?' ^^^ ^^ 

Ap yOiorp ;il994i30e .^930 ^9 .oi079 ^yM ?m>1^9 

od^ ^iAMAp ^^3kiM V^»^ ^^ ^^9,?^ ^M^^i^ '^^^ 
.;933kip eo^9 ^^I^^ ^9 o^Aa ;oo! ^>^ 07^'? .^92 
^ aja ^9bOiLo ^^e >^3a2o j»g^jQ»2o ^i^oo^o ^'M'^ 
.op ^A^M Akdof ^i>\\<9 990 «}3;boaf9 ojfsodoubou^ ^3Jd 
oo7&;^9 .^oo) ^3^2 39 .^s^ ^Ls^ ;S>ioip9 ;fi^9 ^0^9 

.^SfOQX ^*a }^9ib0 ^ 6;S ^007 lOj .yOliO ^ 39ib09 
>J9 .^SOd ^ C^ ^e07 .^ JJoiUU ;J|^hA,9 ^2 ^,9^j^ 

o^mao .;^3ii^ e^;; . 9Jsa ooo) ^39 ^9 $n.fl>*i JSkAot 



THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 286 

aji^ ^ yoaja^ ^'yjiiio ?Mtt*ioSa ^X*i ^^a*3 ^^i!^aa 

^,X9p ^itf ^^^ ^O .^AnA^ tOO^yw^ 9V^^ '^i^^ >rilO 

\y,'ino .eg] ^o^s pa^^ t^ jS^ .^moM yooi^sd 
\^ ^001 afipl jdl i^3 .^»aN>3i vOttrfcaiVria 001 ^aaea^a 
i\V*ffO .^e^^a ^%*nV'% MoroiLi ^2 .mOIO^I oj^aa Tsa^ao 
a{iaa 99a >^>fMi yayriSrkO ..007^ isA ^,aAia ^ia 
0001 ^*!iftO'ifS^ ^ii?J3L^ >^ao>^ 67,2kak3 o2 .>^iL^a 

ft^f j^ .?2yAj.ca ^ol ^aS^ ^N'^Hf ^9^ ^^ ?9^ -\Oo^ 
h^ji^a .Mis }i^o7a ^o^aAS ^a ^.^m aA .^^is&i «Ic/ d^o\ 
JSaAaisJIa iVv^vta .^l ^t?o2 ^,p a^ .vA ^ooi ^i&t^^m >Js^ 
tloi l^oS ^otdojj^ae ^2 ^^ Jjea^^jlao .^a iSsc/soci^^ 
li^^^o .^isaSio ;ao7 uo; .^2 .;aoa\jk3 opjao ^*i4d2a 
^ae^ ^o .^a ly*j>a 67^ i^2 o^is2o o^aaaj^a 6soai 
a^a .ai» ^ ^097 ^^o '^91 ^4^ •Ut'f ^atfi ^aawA 
S^ai ^ -9^a 007 ;b94x ^ ^^o ^ ?i>9^? <[,?op ^ 
^Q^a >^*a>ap .^ lom ^a^adi ^aduo ^o^ia o^aao^ ^ 
ifjooji J^ 0001 JS*2a ^aoa ^sTis ^a ^aJS -^?) ^^ 
^aoj^a ^2 ^or^o;i|^e .^jUf 6sia^ ^oia\^o .^j| 



285 THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 

. ;^ .^LiQ»*^ jk*;lSA3 ^^0^9 .^^boioup ;isa^93 ^^omI^ 

^iaai .^ ooo) \>ih i^*a>ap ;^ .yoOaai 11^^ 601 Ua^ 
ojL^ ,;4?]r>^ff» '^f? ?^^ -v^^''^ ^?^^^ ^f>^? 

^oo) ^^io .yjaoAa ^aaadoo j^ooi ^ooya .ft^ooi ^al^ ^aJi 
Ijx^ aao .JSa^^il^ MOioaa^ ^007 ^aa vA loo] ^^o waiA 
^,al^ 5^2 aa .\iAaf ^ol ^ ^a a^ 4907 ^07 ^907 
^ia ;Lib9 ;a^9op U^pi^ ^^i^ .is*907 ^^I ;aaiadaa 
^fM .2&lJou£ia At,2 .Ht,yh .o32a oT^Oi^a^ i^Ie .^a*a3a 
bjiL& iSod Jiswiia .^JSo^a ^^^^^o ?»\^tv» o^sqmo .6^^007 
JS*907 >m»*V$y^ap ^a ;i^ 99 .0^ <>?^^il Aa ^907 ^^ 
^907 ^„ait .MU9sal^a ^o^ % ?^'4^,P ^^^ •h'^^ ?iA^^^ 
.^Ae'o7 hfibdo ^^o .^*907 Mi,6S!p ^a ^or aa >aopQ>i 
^uAmO ^a A*a ;ieor Vyya .ft^ads uX^ ^ ^^^ii? 
Foi. 129a. jl^i^oL.^ I ^ia ;»>ai{i^t )^o ^p ;:saiQ>a>^bo Jiaof ^ia ^ 
U01 iaaa .;^aiiSa2 ua v^a^^2 ?A\^^a 5^2 aa .;au4 
^o/a ^a ^f3 .Miiasai ^ai ^2a ^'mii^o .^IiVuHJ 



THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 284 

ofiA l^ioi ^ai .liscSoisa'^ ^11^ ^^ 9^? -^9>^ ^ 

uA <^>iBttt*V\is;; ^j\ X-Sa '^^\? ^a^o^o ^073^0 

sm^ ^ .^1 Sm ^61 5^23 ,Uy!^ ^^^? *^ ^m\ 
.li^oalaaoJ^ pJa ^1^12 ^1:^9 3^*^ ^9 "^o? ^^''^ ^^ ti*?^^ 
^SjS^ y^^, .wisii ^oio^O ^33Q^ loJUi^ oi^ofu^ 

.;49>^94? ^^9?0A u9»^ ^3mi^ ^9<^^? -^^^ "^ ^^^ 

.;w39 ^33 ^?ov(d ^oor^a .}3£i9^ j»*n^mS ^isii iiokf 
;s3ih92o .Jo; ;^is&A ?4>S>t fr^ojuo .'vlbbA^a ;^ufi> ^^Mtto 
^o ^*;LisA ^3 w v^sA ^<^ "^^? ^^^^ ?*oS>'ri MiXod 

^^k^ .30709 ^0X^33 ?*V>lf&S lisk^i H>3 ^9m 3A .'JdpA 

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;3^ ;3or ^3^2 .5^;^ «^o^^ v^fNS>y,v> H^p .ik^6ax>s^ 
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Sy^isid A»3 .Jxp ^oaA^ ^3 \fM .^:^ tSoN^^s &ai 
.5^ I aoAa o!^ ■^Mit'oS ^9^94 ^\)»\ -^2 ;^^ 5(Iap 
.;49^94 N>9^ l^^ M^o^ ^^ o^j^ ;*OQ^ ^^15^9 ^l 
iim 3mJ|^ U^9;9 ,af3 M^*23 ;ior ;Iaa A *^^? ^.?^ 



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283 THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 

Jon ;bo79 >bb2e .oi^dai^ 3o5uQ»2o .o^^23 vA aii^o 

2ooi }oai3 ;biw9o^ ^o^b .oao;3 .ocr;Neu\^3^9 ?!»%fl>2 
aii^ ;3a4^ ^^2e Ua^ Vj>^^? .^fi^a 121^^3 A«3 ^au^ 

6^00} C^£S*2 .vA mOO) m&33mi3 .ifi^'^ ^^9?? ^flt .^ ^OOJ 

2o7Vhb ^ciu Wb .u^oiAbo Jai^^ .^sXjeS ^^2 ^a .u^ 
?ainrt\o ■^orai'nSe ^afibJi ^^o^'i <S3>^o .^Laof ^>il^ 

^aOO) 3^ 9^9 .JS*00) ^^? ^'^ JS*007 ^30 .;3a>bpa 

;i^a\ N>oo7 \a2o .^3mi3A XiOO! Jsd^a ^07 ^'bobOAbb 
;a.L9o^9 -^0^2^ KkOO) yMnaerwo .^3^ ^aoo) ^^aio .^J^a 

3^^ ;3^ \dLx ojika yxL .^fS^ ^2 ;S;; .;abi^^ aoAa 

007 ^ ^f^is2 ^ ?9 ^,? ^^ .w*3^9 ^3^ ^*00| 

ai^s .u^ ;oo} ;^ 99 m3^ .;^>ii^2 >^saL^3 ;23.A3 }4>i^ 

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;^9mi2 ;^09dbiSo -vfsissKjl ^ba^iO .;9or ^^is^A d^ j^2 

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.A OT^Of Aaot 9a .or^is*29 ;L^ fto^ JKlLorb ^0^2 



THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 282 

viklis ;oo! yaim .loo] hixii A«9 ^so^ .?iV>M>ir>o 

3A ;^;; -^^ 9^ ^^ V^ 99 ^? .Sbpio ?3'i>SiVi 

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.^»a >!i*9>ap ^9o;bo .^ma^ ^?9 ^'^^^? ^^ ^? ^c^cax 

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iSf^isajaS l?oi poAs ;i^o -4[,??^ ^^'^'^P ^t^^^ . A*ii>\ ^ 
jQ>i^29 ^2e ;i^2 .^ ^ipV^ j^Ao*V\,isap ;^ J^? M^Ai9is9 
■oyi^yiftS ^e2e .A^ttV.,? lyaao ^3^ ^i^o -0)^ 



251 THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 

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^^oo7 ^Jsio .6^007 jsisa>^ U^2 .oo^aiaoa cui ;:so^^9o 

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^V!?? .3^*2 9A ;^3^ ^om ^^^ ^ Mhoai 'U^O 

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^>^ ^ ^or 5^29 ;^o9ov(d loa\ l':^ ^9 99 .oibisjos^iS 

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THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 280 

MOioufMJIa d^>V^5Js;^o .^9^^ ^^ ^\^ ^.? '^^l^ -}3uabb 
bb3f ;ji9b*2bo .;^^b9 ;aao3 .Vyy) vA i^ksXi^ M .^auaub 
007 .w&Sadci £s*^3>*isJl yAop ^api^ .op ^A001 >jg)«i3>» .JK*aM 

^yH>^i3 Jaoajl ^or .M&tt^o ^31.33 3 ^o^i ^3>i0? 

%^p \\,y» .;J.^o'S yOovoT^aia };sajlis3>bp^ ^jJi^ksLap 
;ooi mXS :3m2 mSot 9^0 .;isoii»9 67«^«2 >^^ l^oi^isxbo 
^3>(Q»^ ^kSitiSMa >^it3b :sa\i^2 ;i23 Jxseilo J^ ^^isus 

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.^soitf >^£^o .?»ji*n\i< ^aJSo^ 07^ .^ ^^uoiao yOa2 
.^9j| ^9^? }^3*3iSb ^oqi ^lo .jsi^oac ;^ao;i^ aoAai 
^ .osaH&d ^bofS ooo) ^*bauA> ^f 00?? iVyye 



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279 THE HISTORY OF MARK THE MONK. 

Sii o^-^ ^33 ^M'^ .?.flL'a><S^a ^"ayytop JiA^^ ^00 

Ift^OdUS^ 3^0 .UQ|«9jiAo6i9 0!£^3 ^ .;&3m2 ui3 OOT 

lom 3^^ ^,? 99^ -^iscp 9A o7&^ ^j^ bfiiM^ -07^? 

^ .o^AfiJS^o 07,x.2 MboSio .^3^ kS4< loo] ;t»3 4^?A^? 

.;Ou;b ^ 9^^l. ^^ i^? ^?^ .0^330^ ^ti^^ttoS ^Qk^j? 
.^mo'y^SoS'SS ^ ^3 3mA .^07^9AiM9023 ^^OA ^jlOJkS v^fO 

;[^ .;339kbA^ ^^7^^? t^? -^.P ^9^ ^'^ -^ ^9^ ^^? 

126a. ^'e .^ajb ;i^o .bdaoAd "p^toa ;iSo | .fts^^^2 ^^^jsxi 

^ wdla 6^3 ;3UQ>S<kisaE3 ^isu: Jop .^3 }>«3u^ -'^CU^ 

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kiQ»*3Vo2 ^2 AsoS ^^f2o .'Jdpi JS*a Jap isloo! ^Am32 



THE HISTORY OF EVAGRIUS. 278 

U^i Ji^ y^ ^ ^a^ -^f-A^ ^'a^o\) 07S 1^2 .;aS0^Om 
VitiaVyb ^ M ysyio tisSj? >«^of J^ JS\ 4^*^ ^or^QA 

.^isacofibb ^i M^ v^ae^j^ o^ 1^2 .^la^oo o^ o^S 
.;o^i^ isii wA^o ^>*bd ^a^o^ V'^? ^\ ^^ ^^ V^? 
>^eb aa^is6so .5^!^ ^2 ^i^^ is^i jA^ .2 2^o 

^a^boab ^oV^ 07^ <^92 bO^o >07al^b o{^ i^!!L*'>ctl 
v«ii ^^>kb Jcrjso .^isbK Uix ^'Ss a^^o .^JKAp IbJUsiop 

.JisiboJa ^auM ^a\A aoufisiOsM aa .^'boa ;*ai}^boa J07 
;oo! JiSo .;b^OM3 ;3b ^a^i^ -t^'^ ^^ ^'^^P ?S^ft>ho 
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;oo) \t±xa ^isadUA ^oia aoAs b^ 6?»*nt\, .Moreau23 

9^ .;007 «3fi^^ ^4^ .O^UiSod ^3 ^001 ^Of .^907 wA^ 

;»>ftn«\,\ Moiss2e «07>|A^ c7<Ab ^Sjt ;'ioS&bOM «^or 
.^e'ba ^2Lm^ ^bkiao .^NbASwMO ;i\aejQ> op do^^o .loi^ia 
;&;i)pAo ^cuba ;Xoii«o2 ^ i^^ a^ .^m|^ ^^'^ ^p ^oa 

mOJoS^ ^iob .uQ)i^bVjo2 ^o^ 007 ^a ^ }oo) ^^^ 

.;aabA ;eoif :ajb ..V^iy o^ i^^ -^^9^9? ^^ ^^.? 
J6>S0O] >bio^ ^?^ ^teboab ^.a^ ^ojSjcb ^a ^001 MOio4f^ 



277 THE HISTORY OF EVAGRIUS. 

^p ;i2 36uc9 .;l2 ^3^ ;lS wmI ^isxafibb 5^i .qS 9^2o 

[. I25a.3^'2 .;30r I ^i^l*,3^ ^^?^,? ^^ 5^^!^ ^ .5^aM33 ^0)0^ 

;o;^23 007&2 .;307 .Cvi^f.a^'? us^AfM . jLa .wQ>*3\o2 ^o\ o^ 

^a2 i^Uo ^a2 ^jihoa ^ m^ .oo) op 3k»2 ..^saus JSai 

.3a<7^ 3^a2 ;S -^2a ^;i!» ;i2 ^2a3 x^ ;i!0ol ^ s^^Sf? 
?toS>M'i ^23 .3m2o %om ^lai^JS^ -^^ V^ ?^ ^.? ?^ 
^3M 30bai23 bti3f ;l!!S2 .^0^3 2307 Z^^^bo ^i30^x2 
o^ tSf2o -Ji^23 uOToijL^ ^OA ^3 eo) .^^3oijc23 

6^^«23 Joi ,?IAm ^^iViftV ^^^LlkOM ^is m^ah .^a^ssoA 

"^ f t ' ^ t It It tit I V » »'^ « \ I , << « ' II II 

oj^i^ h^fo loo) o^*3Silp iVyye *^^3^,9^ ;booo!3 ^bp ^007 
^eo] v^3olo:2 ^ -07^ ^ jiooi ^ist,2 ^ .^oAna^Vs 5^2 

.JI^OSmiJSmS JiOOJf ;i^O .Oris*^3il^ 07^ }00| I'^l )Sl .3>.>ttb0iS 



THE HISTORY OF EVAGRIUS. 276 

^e .^Mba ^anaAl ><&>\>(n>'i h^f\ ^loaus }f>o^3 ^d 
UQ>*3oi*3\ .^ftCat^ti JS3^o .^ ^ 3'x^o .Uo^l ^'i^s 

MOHAfu^b I \yy .o7£SbAMia^ ^oo) ^^>&JS2 uQ>Aol3l4^3i^ab3 FoI. 124^. 
1^ uQ>fa\o2 ^3 001 .0^ ^001 07^ ie .^33cb9 lom ^a^a 
^ {[aof ^o .^00] ailfJS^ ju^ ^o .^ooi ^iumS <si\a 
^fo^e .o^jI^39 ;30ui 9u9 0^00^ ^.?d,?o .?lV^ft» 0^3 

Ij^m ^ ^^^il ^,? ?9 -^ ^k^l. o.?}? ^^ -?^,?^,? 

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dp loa\ ao^kl^p -^oi ^^i^Ia ^^oxO^ ^.?^9 .g|^ft'i»\^i 

t^isoiiXl >\>^a>i< ;^ ^ .or^Q^^ 0^ ^iittisxjl ^a aA .c^a 
o^Vr? •^340073 ;.^\^ ^AM?^ ^^'r'*^ ^ "f^^il - ^\»VMa 
.Moroau^e o^a^tla ^^^^JOf o^ wMaio >^'i<Ai ^ o^aio 
^a oyil^aa ^^kSila iS^ao oiisSiV^a '^L^ o^?o2 ;i^ ^ 



2 75 "^^^ HISTORY OF EVAGRIUS. 

;i^9 oo^b 4qa] a^bslo iMao oyoxS'^ ^^-^^ ^h ^^9'>»\;'^ 
.^03 ;a!^i ^S"^^ ^f?^^ ^j ^^ ^^^ \fi ^K?^9 

.i24<^. ^o .^oo! I ^baa ^^^o : ^qoi 3^ or ^^oI ^007^^ ^^? 

.;ia4 -^^ v^? 7''^ ^?f? ;£sboui3b3 oor ^i .;ooi ;u33 

^aCbo '^po^ .^^ItsuS^ ^^i? ^oSa ^^'f'^ -^^ 5^^? 

Jo] O^l^b ^001 3^^^ 390 -iSf^^M ;I3^ JSoV? ^^ 9 !="*^ 

tikoisisA ^33: oor 0073 .^oo] 3^2o .^isac2 .^^3^ ^^or v^ 
JloT^is o]^9fb:bi^ ^^^? ^9 -^^9?^^? ^'^T^9?^ jl 3a ii 3 

<*^3^ ^^o3*^3 5^2 ^or ^isa 

<*^^39 ;uo&Lo i^M* ^3V^o2 ^^9^3 ^^^•> •^o^•^ 

.0^ \:^^^? ^*V*'I? ?**»>?^^9 ^33Qi^ -^^9^ ^f^^^ 
.;fsn<S»»^ ;>k03^3^ h^X^ibo 3i^^3 oor ^o^Sis i>^6ax^o 

^19^23 .;i30\,3 Opsi^ MOIOkMSM ^30X ^ ^AOr ^V^bO 

.^^ouoaiii ^oS "^Mlo -l^^9^^^,? ^^ ^^ 'K^.'p^ii 
.;io^L ^ wfii£b ^3b«ore .^3 ^^OiAS^ ^?^ "-t^^^lP 

^30^ ;&0r ^3 ;00; wOrO>wi2 .^AlijC kS3320 ^fSEbOl^ 33 ;33l^ 

o^baA .Jl^oSkls^ uoro^2 ^3 ^07992 .jqdo^o^ ^ ^'^''P^^ 



THE HISTORY OF A CERTAIN ANCHORITK. 274 

^ikO^ .Ji^ ^f» l^'y^ . obAXaaa ^i^n^'-Jno ^ ytiVinS isil 
^i aapis;! «^ouX No^ ^2o .;^ ;^3 ^,>bo i^A ajy^ 

^JjS^ ^\'^ uXfiSt .^is^auttb ;:»oub yoa^'is^l yooafxp vlo^ 
;^ «3o^ ;l^o .^j5eio ^i^a ^^^^? •^.?' ^9? ^3^0930 
;a^ds .l^ealis ^ 6fS4isisl *^,?^ ^? ^^>^ -^^^ ^^ 

5^3 5^i .yi^ Ssil }Saio ^9^3 yoio; '^a ^'yaS .^^'Sa 

;:0a^ 1^^^ 99^ ^ ^?^9^? '$^,?99 -?^^. ^^^ 
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.;30)tt aja 'isSp IPfO i^o .007 ^>a: bdSa ^ ^?!**%? 
;*a^ ^ Iqo] ^ ^iJl^o .v«oro^i .^ S^ iko^ya a^o 

yt\\\ JOiS^lo a>^^2 ^^S p^3 >$%?? -^t^^^ '^\ 
"pyh ,^»>ft'tiS^S ;i2 ;30^ 3m\ ;o7 i^or joyou* -^>baS>V< 
;Mlia!i ^2 .;ooi Xi.2 Aaca? >l!^9^j1o -^^ ^^ ^4^ 

\^!iSp ^'3w«ii^ 3m\ ^XO; ^ .^Qm yO\.^ .JSaOO] 2,?Qfi0 

.^^\m3 ^ ao^ vf^'^ ^ ^'^ ^^ '^"^ ^^ '^^ 

.^*;'>*07i hd!^3 39 ii^sS 07M3Je2 .^aia ^is&sf ^or 5^0) 
;oo] Sb^bisioo >'^9aS 6715^2 ^xuoa SL^i^o ly^ ^ 



273 "^^^ HISTORY OF A CERTAIN ANCHORITE. 

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;^9i!^2 .^^;iLM3 \^^2 opK^a ;a;a :a4>' a^ a^'>\^ ^'i 

99 ^jAoro .^^.^Uk ^oata 5^2 Jlq^ia o:(Um ^o .^juu ^o^ 

^^JoL y^ 9op:o ;oo] pl^s aJao .^f^LOsf ;9^ ^^ X^*' 
990 .qS ;oo) ^A Sa^x lisoalisl? li^ojop S\/!ti z^k^ 
ksSo M^tixtiAO or^e^JiSbOL^a 07^0^ ooo! ^^2 wlksf ;bbQ ;;«;2 
.M^2 Ji^ oS^ \»%tn .;oo7 9^*2 .^99 ^^^ ^ o^ ;oo) 
^a2 99 .&0I yoal^ ^Ssa ^oc7r2? ^ia^ ^^^?^2 9.«^ ;3ao7 
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99 ?\,mnih\,i4 ^o .yoa{^ Iqa] 6sfl ^^ M^^,? ^^ 
^ c^o .^i^ ^007 6^2 OAoaisJSbo^b 5u2 ;JSaMis9ibo 
iifi^ 99 99^^ ;^&3! 0^ .07^^o^ iVyy o^ ^00) ^^^*2 

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;99Alb oTbojcdo o^iibiKio .^^x^ ;\9X ^MA -Jtac^9it ;£d£39Mi? 

;jsoi^^ )Etjb ;^ i^ 99 ;39ofo .o^^jo^ao ;^Q909a o^ ;^9^ 

isAi ^ .07^2 ^9 yOq^e .^9399 ^29 007 ^tL^ : 9b02o 

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THE HISTORY OF A CERTAIN ANCHORITE. 2/2 

\}*^ys^ ^suaui ;ior ?i^yniS .Usl^ ^ ^usiM iiL^ ^^<* 

ear ;3JKi aj\^ i\>i3 ;^:>* -1*^*^ ^ ^4\*nTa 5^2 '^^oV 
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o^S ^001 JSa2 .^ssom 3^2^ ;30^ 6^0!^ ;^]^ 990 .<^44? 
iSii ^,3^9 0^323 eor jn'iAva >o^ ^oo) i.^»n43 oj^baii 
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27,1 THE HISTORY OF MOSES THE LIBYAN. 



Fol. 122A 



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^3 yy .^ ^^^o ^o)oufliaM3 ^ ^ft3L^isis2 J^ 390 
;aja ;3£iSk^ .;^ol3 o^^^3 ^?^ -^3^?*^ ^ ^^ ^\ ^k'l 

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.^aap or^sA j^\:%o*i j^o .;llp yoisM9j:2 A 99 .^oacc^ 
^S^ ;4^o Af34 A'Sbc .vA^ ^o .^oTbaiy ;JSo^^ ao^o 
3d^6s A -^3^1 lisofpl^ yOajaisi U^ '^^.^ ^'^'^ ^f 
;Li*^o ,;iiaft^ ;lLp ^oA abds A2 .^isCLauo ^ooi^o^S 
^^'Sisa A^ ^o6so .yoai^Sisk yoa(^^ ^la>i>i .(o) oaoi 
I sfr^^b o^ opo) ^jL yO&cn aAo Af2o JoAio -^9 
. .^oA 9>^jl %^l -^07^ sfiv^^iN2 ;^ .w^oa^Ao ^07^0^ 

;1s^oq]L^ A^ .0^ ;oo) ojisi^^ JS39isx23 :g,i^ 0073 

> f ' > " V 1'* 



THE HISTORY OF ABBA PIOR. 27O 



mmS mOJO^ ^^>^ 'A^ ^^ ^ '^?K ^^? ^^ 

;poT ftu23 ^oJAa^l ^ ^s^9 -^9^ ?*^SiVy )S ^iriyxS 
?nA^ ^fM 9AO .ofJC Morouv«^3 MO^ebaii&o ^^o^Jlo^Xx^ 
mAOmI 301^ ;or3 .0)^3 bfi^tha St'^ol 33x0 .^fU^ ^ti^o 

.Ub0^^3 ^il073^2 ^kOO] ^^1^32 9A b*3 uO/ .33^ ^alOO ^Xl 

.MO!d*^^3 6^il^ .^bo o7^«^3 a<3aO .^Lsis iljb %^^ sao - 

.^3*3!03 ^ yJ>XlO 3^ .^001 3^3 ^2 ^^P ^^'? 

^2 '^oj itsop ^orJSO3*3b0 3iufi> ^^? ^ol^ ^.^9 

^axIm ^ ^,3 ;?»'N^iti> .^oT^i .Vyy? arJSoisauM ^3013 



Fol. I2I(J. *1 



269 THE HISTORY OF MOSES THE INDIAN. 

^^dOAS ^i ^ 9mi ^^2 ^hml ^euSo .liSkOi 07S ^aSi o^ 
^3 o^^o 07^0!^ ahJio .^3^3 h'loVN uoiAf^o .;]m 

jQ90909MiQ3*2 ^S^ "^30^ t^f2 .0^ ^^jl ?9 ^,? O?? -5^?^ 

mOToi^ ;X;2 33di fl^o .uQ>*^.tto23 }is?L^3 ?.a*xtt 

J^SO^aAm mO/ OD ^007 ;3 dOJKO .07AO73Oa wM yi0 "p^M^isl 
^ M1O& .JQ)030pQA>«2 ^32 ^3 o^ a>^2 .^^^^9 ;JS*i09ii 

oo? .;3ao9^ kd2o ^,9^ \a^ 6s*l h\ ^oxao .^OT^AfctoS 
;Si; ^3 .JS3M oua oof .;o^23 ;&2 wboud^ .0^ ^bb2 w»3 
^ab>^9 ;»3^ -<i.?^? y^fi^^o^ ^2 ^bf^ae? ^!» ^^2 

,}mJt!(i SttX^f^ 07^? .UB>090dOiQ9^2 ;3i 07S S^20 .uJ^ 

;^3;^ k^^e^2o >\i9>ap ao^jb .;s;aE 5^ ^^a ^ixor ^ 

'Xi^ y^l ^*^f,? ^^^^o 5|tlij>a ^o^^sX^ Ap >\\,y 

.0]^oS ;SoMa*2 ^32 ;^2 .^3>f ^3^ aisa ^o .oi^iXd^ 

^ ^oLb k^39 ^oorb .^JSofuS^a .^o/oia!^ i^2 ^a ^oisx2 
^m .^3^ ^ ^3 ^^aibos ^x^l .000! ^ihAM^s }2l[5^ 
Mordsaes ^2 ^07 .Moioi03ub ^ ^0*3 ooo) ^.sao 

^5 ^00; .^303 ^0$^ lOO] MOi 1^23 ^or .^AbO ?,S30^3 

;eoT ;oor ^ -^3^ X^^ ly^ick^is ^i^ ^^^9 -^^^t^ "^^ 



THE HISTORY OF MOSES THE INDIAN. 268 

.^ai yoxl yJS^ iks^ sf .a«^is^ i^ .07S xiol ;aA ^3 
ft^oS ^ia ;aSak ^2 .ih^ ^3 ^X^ ^6si Ijioj ^^o 

^ Ail '^9^ ^^ ^ ^,?^ 99 -^?^» ^?^9.?^ ^l^il 
;s,i03 -^st!)^ ;ooi JDuttb ^iOAO .^eo7 7t\vift ^ols ^i^o^^ 

• ^, > ; n < » I T-^i «< II I' ' • • j« I I ' I 

^^ ^a ^or .5^ ^»\y,y ;aoyVy*ift '^o;? ^oi^sosiia ^ 
^ k&i aa^^^ao ^aMaoe .;£so9*oi9a Ai^ fisooo^a ;aop;S 

\ • » I t I II '_!• '^ » » I • " 3 »•• •" • 

:auidio .g7»»S,Q!^ <^92 ;saubfl5 ;&o7 ^^tt 99 | ^a eoi .^or 
;;^ao3 ;^2o ^^ o^^ ^94 xSa ;o^i :s,aij ;.beutj 
;No2kA ^o^ .^'jc >^ax vlo) ;^At3b a^ aao -^oaai 
.^*o^ ^oo] Mboii Ao Jiq\ ^S^a MOiouitO ^oo) ^Ifi 
;^aSA3 a<\ ;oo) bddi .^'a^2 ^aaoa 07S :aucd ^^^3 ^o 
2oo7 Aioo ..bov3i*aV ^oo) Afiilo .;autda .oc^^Aa^ i^fio 
^a^.a JS*2 .;!iM v?'''^ ^^^ ^f^9? iVVyy -^^ yoop 
^ ^a 9u^ -^asbQy^ 1^2 ^,a ^x*! .^ai ^aM^ie .^ ^'a a 
.o^^2a ;aM*aoo .ofjal^ v^ .;lJab x N >. ^ *? ^92 ;d^o^ 

.^NQ»2 ooie .iljS 1^ 6^*3 Mo;«axo .o^Aaao .orJsiftop 



FoI.12Itf. 



Fol, 120^. 



267 THE HISTORY OF MOSES THE INDIAN. 

;ajbo .o;^X3 ^ uoisislo -^a^K tl^^a ^ff^^ ^070^ 

.0^2 3^0 .0&b93 0007 ^3^ ;L^3 >^^ .oriStS^ Q^O 

^As ^Sa »i^ I .yoai^ yiiil .}J^2 ^oS lisps^ yOxl J^Ao 
JiLSi oiba.03 '%oai^ yii^l tOisil ^yjoh hiao jdlS Jtla'l^ J^ 

I • • ^^ ' • <» It \ < \7" ' ti I I • , 

.^sl^ aa ;^^ ^eu ;io!aaS ^3 o^ ^oo] >m2 .yiUo^N^flia 
.^op 3^:020 '^2 Aiboi ^3^3 ^o n^\ i^ ^,>^o 
.;>V^ftiiSa ^xa ;oo) ^070^2 ^au^ti ^3 o'or ^obo ^2 ;i23 
ofiLsi ^07 k^23 ^lao; .^o^Si^ ou«fd:o ou3o2 o^ac 390 
^ k^23 ..oopE^os 03b»2o .or^odu^ ofM 9ka .ooi^sxla bhO 

^G^lk^Mib ^libOX^ ^9^^? U^\ -^^^T^^T^ ^ ^M'^^ 

;ooi ^2^ 59 -^9>^ ^^^'^ ^,? 0?^ '^o^^il ^.PI ^^? ^ V^ 
wdto b ps oof? .;JScu^3 ;oi.3 uoio^kiw ;^2 .;i^o ^^^9 J^ 

^ o^ ;oo7 iSiia ^S^i^ ^^?,? -^ ^^^i^ o.?!? ^-^"^ 
^3 oor .;33 ;riiCD vgao^oyai^l ^eS ^^2 sao .07^±i 

00) .073^^3 ;3lb iS^^ O^ 3b02 .;007 ;^2 iO^.J3liQ>2 



TIIK HISTORY OF M0SE5? THE INDIAN. 266 

;jSQ^^ 6sta i^i^ao .;;sq^^ Ss^a^ ^'^^=>^ \oal^ lorn jom 



^aa^9 lom ^p^o .Joo! ^ia^ol oiauotao .Uo^ioi a^/px^Foi 120a. 

;a^23 \^ -ordol^ ^2 ^29 ;l2 ;^>:ao .;|uL AvA 

07S ai^{Us2o .a^i^'yio ^ ^qi!^3 3b<\ ^ooi i^fti .-^<xla 
990 .0^ ^^ad^isj[o ;S<^ opK^ adf>^ oor ^3 ^a '^c^ 



265 THE HISTORY OF AURELIUS. 

m6s^^k>a ferAio &»jsab oor ^iS 07S loa^ l"^ aa ;3iCD 0070 
0070 -^'^•O^ 5^ ^^^ l^'^ "^^j? ^^-j ^^ -07^ 3k^i! 

;^ ^ <^is&3 .^£SQ^^ .^o^i^ wQ)*i^i ^t^a>fisl <f3o7 ;S;; 

is*bi^£s23 ^>t3u ;L3nS0oI -07-^P ^^ o^ ^^'^ .aiiujQ>23 



.WQ9A302 opxxa .;a\x3e^ V^^i^ ^^ iK*oo} ^bl 

/ 'll« 'Iff** *f#«'# «l !■ 

..^s^o^ op is*^9 ;^3o^ 5^07 ^^;A^ :a;^3o;^ ;oo) ;^2 

^jit^i 4^?^ ^3^9? 07^ ;bucd A2 .c^ ^^^ >^ ^^i*^? 

cj^baiys A.90M ^ ^'»iS>^ 5U^ ^007 SaisjQ)^ .v^o/obokti 
^eu3 ^3^^ -^9^ ^^^ ^ ^t^^^? ^0^3 3»A^ ^ol 

eo) .^^o^^ ^*3^ ;i3;bo^^ ^^^ ^ ^2 0007 ^ja^md 
.;3o^a c^xa^ li^ .0^ ;oo7 btsi^A }^i>f3 ^39^^ ^^^ 

.M07oSisj9 1^ ^is ^007 pio 390 .. x» bd^isiQ>23 ^iS 

o2 -^N o2 J^^i^ ^007 ^^ .20 .07^XbAS^ ;ooif ,^S>t» 
^907 ,YiS>tvii3 ;»e .;907 >iiya>» [;S] o7^^93 ^ 007 .^.sAV^ 
SMi^kboo juiio ^ott& o;^ ^oo! ^m1 .^31^^ ^ui o7isxhax£s 
.yOOT^s ^'^^ "^ ^9^ ^^^ ?9^ -tf^?? ^4^^ 

' ' LL ' ' ' 



THE HISTORY OF PETER, THE DISCIPLE OF A SAGE. 264 

aojbisJSi^ .^ao eoi3 o^om «^»ioac ^o .ai'stJ^JoS ^xt^o 
Jdoaxo .aiSsosu^ ^o^ t^2 ;^i Ujl i^^ >^i ^^ "^^^ 

of^io .J!^ ^rub oor ^,>mO :^i )^ .0^ a^jl ^a oo/ 
^^uaa:^ jsooi ?iS^(f&3b ^a^o .ovM&io ?t%fini 00^ .Jsof 
Mo ^2 isfti is&i i\jS^ -3m2o orxiba^^k ya'yJd S^o 
*>K3b^ ^?V? '^^^ -1^^^ ^^^ 4*3^ ^bo^o .^au^k 



^fse .^aislbo ^Lba^^ o;^ jioo) JK*23 .x^ ^bucft ^ooji JK*2 

^ aOiS O^io 0331^ 01^*Si9^ j^030^9 ^ ^SLO 007 

.aca^ ^iJ aa uo)^ ^1 ^a 007 .o!£s*oais ^ .^Lak 
^ajo o^ P^i^o '3^ '?^ 99 ^VfS^ -)^3uco w^is^ aae 
£s^9 .5^oa ^oa^i^a ^j^oa^a^ ^a^^ o2 .a^'l pA ^^oaud^ 
;i2o .^io ^3A oo! isii .Jbeo; ^ -A^a >^ais JSoaolVty!^ 

•> A*a ;:soauoS oT^>a^ ^^^ ^.??^^ .^pMba^d^o ^0^*9 



*:*;auto ^ >^a ^akjibaSisa ?>Mgi ♦ •^\*^ 

.^aa pu^ ^Ma of,ak«bOiS^ ^ ^93 }^o«&9a JlaajO ^oor 



263 THE TRIUMPH OF A DISCIPLE OF A DESERT SAGE. 



Fol. 118^. 



^2 lom M >op ^^^? ^ i^crjL^ -^^? ^9? I ^ 

eoo) ^^^o .?A»fin2 JKo^b 5^2 ^2 oi^oJ^ ^;» ooo! ^:s2 
MMAboo .OOP ^oo] Iji^ 9070 .^^aki**^? s^^ ^isa^uo o^ 
.a^'ie o^S airi^o oci ^axo^ ^m eo) ^aiio ..007^ loo] 

jeii ;[^o ^js^f^ ;^93u^ ;a9or uS ^^2 ;4^ ;^ \m ^i 
.;^9or o^ ^^2 ^ciu k^Ati ;bl>s^^tp ;&ore .yi^soS ;^2 
«Sf .ojXibaSis^ ;m oof 00} >bb2o .or^oS y*^2 ^iXao 
.;&^«SiJo >^e3 2^6^ w^? ^is ^ ^ ^? -07!^ 3»^2 
.5tSiO ybo 3kbb2 A«s ^32 .0^ 36020 ojauba^is oof wSf2o 
o^S ^oS 2^j|o .^SbOftymjL ^ ^2 hCLM^ ^f^? M^ AhO 
^o6sO .;l2 hd^io ^iSiXb ;a2 ;fu.3 .^ 3^23 o^ 3^bo2o 

.iisAi ^JiXbo ^23 .3M2o o7JSo^ oiaai .k^o* ^3^ aisis ^^ 

# ' II I II • ».i< ^, ,• " I \» \ ,« » \" 

.0^ 3^20 o7^oS ;^2o .5^ ;i2 hCsi^ ;3\eu«3o ;i2 ;^2 

» " I » II » \ ' » *> I !■ I • ' / I < 

9^2o ^3 ;^;^ .^^^2 3^ ^:SoS^ .O^S 3bp20 .<^3^»«»23 

.^icb xA ;:»3^ A 3ii3 .A 3bb2o .07S ^33023 .opiA 

' I " » ' !■ « »%«• < ».ll "l #1 II" V ' 

.^A^A Ao ^13^ ^M ;oor ^,3 39 .^07^23 ^aJa^ ;a2 wfidio 
.MO)o*33lii^o MorokMboas 1^920 .<l3^ai« o'or 23A iSibs 
312 Jao^ w«A&oi:i ;^3 .;l2 ^oiti2 or3*b3^is 07S 3bb2o 
5^0«^b 2^2 A*3 ^2 ;or .07^ bt^2o yajM 390 .t^a^io 



THE HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLE OF A SAGE IN SCETE. 262 

.^ols ;is\*a>jB) loo] wA^o ,laja» ski lorn JK*29 .^07 

>^■^^>3iO ooj ^i loo] J^o .a^^Oiit 3k^9 9w^ l^\ ord^oS 
;oo! ^^xo .6^ lorn ^iMo eoi ^autd ;o^ ^ajoilo .^ola 

JsStsb iLai oen ^aio loa\ xjS* l^oj aae .^aboS ^ysa 

1^1 QJs^Aa ^bo2 ^or aisa -^,3^ oo) Z*^! >S^ ^ .^ 

.abb'i 9A OTsdis kax^^2 v*3 "30^ .^3or t^ ^2 ^^aj 
%h^i^ xJ^ ;i2 .;a907 ^o^ ;i2 ;oibB .i!^9;;p ^ ^«2 ;aM2S 
o^ *ff«*^i^ 07^^ aao .^2 hi&t ^2l5^9 jlaMolsb ^2 
^^2 aA^ K^JxSS .^03^ ^^ ;iS .07!^ 3i^2o ^a^Md o^A>9 
^ .hiaai 99 oj^ ^^dca^sjlo .^axaS 001 ^2 opcou^ie .^JKo^ 
^^2 aM\ ^i^ -^9?^ ^ou bdo^^ ;S m32 5^ U2 
0A3«ba^ ^M ^f^3 .'J^ ^^^^ >2^or 9A .^^s^A >^fabft\ 
•M^a ^ou ^^2 ^ .007 ^A }oo) 3m2 .a?,ali< ^ 
.^tS2 ^93X3 m32 ^ .07S AMJI eor ^3 ^2 .aJ^ e^eioEJI 
oor ^3 ^sud .^Lds 07S ^2 .001 X^l apoL \V*ia^ s^o 
3^'2o dulses wa^&^^o ^ooj ^9^3 >^oo)b ^,3^ X\m ^ 
;l2 ^3 tA frw2 ;^?]»,>^ft> lilisb .m3^ «A*o a mO ;o0f 
^90^9 U^f? ^JSa&3b3UA.b9 aJb ^a ^2 .^JSojlb907^.3 
}oo)o .Aaa^il oor ^-suo ^,>*or ^o .^4; 5V.4 ^A^i 



(•^3k*M9 ^a«3 



26 1 THE HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLE OF A SAGE IN SCETE. 

.;oi^ ph ^s^lSs ^^i .^^^'SimS yOA3M^ o^e \or3ok 
k^2a 5^1 .;JKiso73o .0^ si^^^i ^^9^ .^^oia902 ;9op 

^ytiS s^asiiO .^^^^ Jt&^ga ^^isu^lboo .op.^o£^ ;&07 
bdoddss .mO) ^isis^i^ ?%^m o^iffi .0^ ^ibo ^aikho 0^9 ^or 

^a^kkXlO .007 ;^i^ Or^fM 999 Joi .^9Jj^9 5^2 07^9oA 
^01092^1 ^39iJ ,?t^m9 07JSoi9aSbb JSO Cn^iaM99 ^9013 

op.^ pf^d .^^3 -ql^ o!A or^^2o ^ibbo .^IsSa^ 
:s*9ie ..oo)i]i^23 iL^'is ^9bM2o eoo] 0^9 Sisa ^ ."pyio 

;A9kS3 0)S30 .m1*994« w329 m^^l -3^20 ^9 A^S 00| ^2 

.>o\>rtft>29 m07 JL^9e^ JS^9 wMaJNx2 .<io^i9 ;^o&9J3^ ^ 
eor ^9Jd o^ *^^r?? •^^M'^^ ^5P ^^^ ^^9a^ also 
MiiNx2o .07ba4ii ^eq 9ibpL9 oo] ^auta ^o^ ;^2 990 .^29 

40^2^ Ouido 0^902 •<S9\9 P,?dOO .^9^QiQ> oj^ O^ 

i%il ^ ^ojA htl9^o .Ma!09a\<9 xl^kOa Jkiba.ai9 oo) 
qiS»a ^ .o)^oaiaM9i909 ^^ja ^amJS ^SiiA ^ bisibs ^ J^29 

*:*^2 ;^9jai^29 07^9x^9 ^^0190^0 

> r r r ■ 

I ^oo] o^^I9 ^9m*2 9m ^309 or9k*ba^is9 o^^jk*:* *^o•^ 

Fol.liSa. *:ow0709aAl3 ^iSi\il3 

%^^ ^^29 -^aii ^9^2 ^ ^^? -^ ^ ^^ ^^ii 



THE HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLE OF A SAGE IN SCETE. 260 

.;ajG9 007 a^ 3^'i •MftAdbix ^^o^^o .i.«>ASi Ijioi ^oAfd 

ojSmw^^ ^39o^ ^ \iiAy isii MiSisauapp ^a^2 -^fJk 
^a^a k^2 0079 M<S^2 «^ -^9?^? ;>k0^^bo ^^soi^issMa 

aoL ^o^Ai \y,ya aA^ 007 .^^M* >^^? o^^yb ojXa 
;NQi^isaEap .;^9A^^3Ebp aaL^oT^A .MoroaA ;£soiiMisj;io 
Xaot w^f .^ .007^ i^a mO] 2^99f 4^j ^^? ^.? 
;^2a ;»o *^9?i^ '^^'i^ ^^ ^^ ^JKoiiiflMOTso .««3a 
m07*«m ^a 99 .^anSajfx ^ala oio^Si .^or abol ^ati ^^ 
Jruba .^i^LM^e 'JsmIIx^ ^c7aS>tn7a .ooj iJS ^aa^^^a 

Jor k^k^MO .^ois^isa ^att ^sljS oy^V^'t ^,a*ar .^o^JZ^foI. 117^. 
o^bu: .^01 ^^is&i ^oSa ^aaiOxiB .^007 JA^ 07S payboSa 
<^92o .07^00^ T&fiba^a ;^;I^^3 ^^^isj^o Aii^is2a ^107^ 



259 'THE HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLE OF A SAGE IN SCETE. 

^^^ ajiio ^oo7 ^f ^2o .op JKoo) )i^ N.}Lbo2p mo| 
^ .;^oui99 ;3>tJ ^^ u07oSs< yscJOAJ^ Iqo) ^*^p 

iSkiQ>29 Joro .mS ^oJoiSt ^^61 ^^aisp .a^'io o?ai^i3 
2307 cuia .^s^ ^-^ ^..io^ba Jtial ;lSo ^23 o^aubo^ 

o^kdod ;a2 \^ 6s*eai ^fSadb ?^^2 .;3aAsa 9^>bob 

^isf ;&2 hfiLfss^ ;ar ^o^> wfliA»2 .23 Joro .;iar ^m^ 

a^^olp .lifi^ U^j sip ^o .;^OAif3 ^'iti ^ li*^ 
A 9A .oTJSAtsisa ^^ao^o ^07 s^lp ?axcL'nb .00; ^ia 

o^9o2o .yoopi^ i^i* ^9^ hipLp S^a ^ofsoo ^aS a.^ 

.Vyiy .^3^ ^9^^ "A ^.?^ ^^^ 4^9*&f3 ;a3jb 

^o\. 117a. .}i6S^2i3 ^l liob ^Sqao I .^LStlS ^^2 Sjh MJSbp2 .Sa 
X>^ <^92o ^2^ ^iss2 ^3 .>aSi2 ^3^ ;i^ol ;So 
JC0629 Ao^ 00^20 .JiLii 3^isis3oo ^3ti yxL Xiisi 
^ 0. ;^a & .;bijaoisx3o ;S u.^ ;i2 ioa\ .^^1 ;So 

aAO .^2 hCLMS J^3 u^ >lS^O .uS ^33kL3 ^3u.i uS^aoSiio 

.yi33 o2 JSaOO) ?&23 .0^ 3bo2o ^3A< .^suca O0 ^a] ^s 

3^'2 .^aOO) ^isX3p s^lSo ^O^Sip ;i330^ ^NaOO) 0^23 

opu&o .;^oau^ adkJiK .wSm 5^^ ^1 ^a .1^1 001 07.S 



THE HISTORY OK THE DISCH'LE OF A SAGE IN SCETE. 258 

loa\ fv^v.? 9^ ^,>^^ ^ ^9^ ^f2 ^SLA ;ao^ 0^0 

^i^^ .ik^'iS^ \*^(^S^ ^90? ^?^ ^^ ^t'/ 9.910 .Oppiit 

c^kao5 ;oo7 ;S>bayw ^j^V^^^Vm oor ^i ^.? 097 .^orisAda 
.;*x1m3 ^^^^? ^t^^N-o .;>^ocu23 ^^K^? ^iiAo ^^a&;|^9 

;11^ yajBp^o .lisy^ \f^{^P Aafttt^b ^0/0^^23 eo] ;&^^ 

^ * * * * • 

.or^^'fe- ^oiia^ \\.nt{)e ;oo) ;^9 .^xx'So^ ^Amo ;isv^ 

;a9Mi2 .ofJSobisiMb ^^^ao^a ^3^ ^^ 07^ aovi>\,ia "As^^jl 

wS ft^^V MJSai^'dra ^30^3 .^^oa^s ^lo; ^^bo^s wlaao 

^29 ^07 .;;No3i»bo^acap ;^ ^ip ^3 ;i3M2 .;49*A9^ 
;<Soiaa^^dp poAs ^oo! ;^ ■?n5>^^?.? ^900 oi^oa»o2 
^3 ^foox k^2 ;i^2 ..oov>3^£l3 097 ^^30^ -v?°^ ?4? 
l^ y\ 3a .^^isxap ^^oflVs OOP ;is^oli0 yoo^ ^m 

;jdoS3 ;oa) ^3AJsapo .^i&3 lorn ;:^p p,>» ;oc! ^A^ 



Fol. 1 1 6a, 



257 THE HISTORY OF THE YOUNG MAN OF ALEXANDRIA. 

.^Mjko o?^o^ ^^^? ^l '^^^^^ oi^obba ^I ^^ oaj 
oyji<&«.^ib wi«9A2 -^4^ ^^^'^ ^*.^ya ^Vbaa ^,>kOf .uorop^M 

^ ;3m3 3dp^^ i^f<i^o .6;^ 07^34* 3fii3^3 mo) ^^isftiS 

k^23 Jor .yOo^33wM3 ^o; ^'SotSb ^ooif ^^2o .^3 ^^>*3 
^suaaSis ^ llsas oiaa eoro .^auta 001 jc^a aisa yhoo .^007 
More'aaoa JS^M^boo sdt^^M }3j(d 001 ^M .^islbo 007 

.^o^ ^tsaisibop JLjmJ^o^ JN*^3e3 mm&^^o .?*ia'a>d 
07*0x2 .eo] ?tfliAsx JS^^kSb 4o^ ^? ^07^ A ^oo) ^,?o!0O 
fi^;3u3di9 .^oo) a4>2 ^3(7r ^9^>^ 99 I .^ioXtb }^3mA 
;3b^ c?'<ll..tt^b aoAa^ov) ^^ .Jto^^S^i i\V*t)3 ;^osiMisuo 

^,3 ;^oa^isxba ^L^ ,^.tt3>tap ^^^f*9ix yiS^iraSo .;^^Mp 
.;iL.,ai ^f 3&^ ^ ^070 Jt^titJ^ ^07^ ^^? 2^9^,? 
.uorooTaia ^3 ^QSba^ «^oi!ia2 90 .?toS>a[ri oor ?|uo ^;iatf 
.073M.330 or^si^Jbob )^^ ^is3l ^^3^9 }io^ ^ J?^ ^yt,6io 
yOoiJSoS^3 .^uL^ebe ^b!^ oojl^o .^^ob oiba eop 
*:*^2o ^2 .oojJSoisbbA^o .^oj^obisAbA^ ^biitf ^ laxi, 

KK 



THE HISTORY OF THE YOUNG MAN OF ALEXANDRIA. 256 

Joo .^JSoaii 3 ^isAm ^^aiss oSo .otao Jtl/ois XoJha 

\ • ^ I t <*• ^ t ' t I t ,' " It I t It T 

eo) ^oLp .^'i ^ o^i^k^ ocn ^sa ^ao^JK^ •^.?,?^ ^ 
^i ^or ^ 3>^il? '^^2 ^^9**f? ?il(nyi 07:7 »^^b^o 

^BU(D3 ^3 or .J^OJs!^ d^a^9j|0 .vtOOSu^a ^^?^ ^'k^'^^^i 1^1 

5^i M^SL^o .^oi^soai ^|[a yoior Xo^ ^soSin ^o^ «A 

^a\ l^^iSiO .^Xm^ ^or 5^2bo ^m ^o .yOqlaoL^ 
M0 >^a^ bbdi; .Jwboi ^07 ^01 .opaA* isom l^aeiL^ 

S^Aki <^9^e .moio&so oid^isii M^O .}3i*b ^m ot^msL oj^ 

o)^is&io 001 tft^JhnS oubio ..007^ ^ooi ^^^s ^a^ao 
>^V.Y> ,^isi 62 Ju .00 l^iS ^30 eoi oj^ b^'i .mOIQaso 
oo} ^ob .^Lox ^Lajtjl ^ ^b*,?^ V^nVVfcS ^2l!5^ r*?'^ 
^3M;b 6^La .^!xS,L wisb ^ ^«x*3 ^'b^ 993 .^0/ ^b b«\ 
.^b^s ^or ;b»o^ b^A ;i^2 -bbb^a ;4?^^'?? ?»>n»j^ 
^>v>\%'ib .is&i kob^fioo 07^0 .isbOiMb oT^^a 007 Jo^ie 

lisca^Alsix^o ^OmCi eot ^2 %^ibAX ^of 9^0 .^bio M&b^kO&9 
^i^p^i ;soIu .w32 o2 ;&;|a ;aLoS a^ bie^o 4^ •^ft'^f^ 

ft^a ^io ;iKoba3 ^ ;^;; .^ ^^H ^? -^^ 



255 THE HISTORY OF THE YOUNG MAN OF ALEXANDRIA. 

.;ajcd ^oSb oof y'ttAyb o^aeos ;oo7 y^^ ^99^ v^^ 
;n<D o^ 3002 \*ioo^ ^ ^3 9w^ .6soa] }A^JS:ao ^^^^e^ 

;js;a5^ ;^aA^9 ;iko;!^3 .is&i A*b^ ^a^ .ooi ?^i.Sa»^ 
.af\\\6s^ ^fldtoa ;Iio ^ isAo .is&io ;l2 .;ao7 ;is4 ^Lia 
;^ ;or -AtV? ^^^> ^9^ Xiao; ^3 .o^ ^si» ;ojsoo 

u970^3 iSx^yo .^33^ ^IsiAp ^aip aiis^'^ iliti ^l^ ^l 

au^is2 ^Af^? -<[,?^ «^>^ ^ O0! ^3 ^i .o)JS*ia^ 
Foi.115a.oof ;^iS ;3A 9^^ 3^)^ .yoojao^ o^\ad:o .yoc^ ;oo7 

.^2 eoi 35o2 .O73i!09 ^j^odusit i^o ^'y*, )^ ■^JSoaa.Vab 

.u!^ 3^^^3 ^>bAft3 .cp :\>ib2 p3±)Q^ hb93 ^O] cuis 

;JSea!a*op ;l2 soLo ;i2 >Sa.flbo ,?<^»rtbfl3 o^boo^ ^3 5^2 
vA 3^j[3 oof ?Mtt*ift3 ,^as5Vi^ ;l2 Js«ooi 3^*2 .^o^ >L^3 
;L^ \<AOf ;i2 .^oij^b ^ 3^92 }aiaf 0*001 .^ooV^^ ;lS3 ^A 
^^ibox 390 .;^o]ikb9isx^ ;&2 paL eo) ;«^>*aEhaS .;l2 ^3Jb 
.o]JSoi^isx^3 ;^ohou3oisao ^a>*.3 3^3is2 .^07 iM 
is*oof is&2 .0^ ^il^ o?3:ij6.3 ^010.1^13 ;eo) ^ sao 
^boid .M^^3is^ ^007 ^bouA sa ^2 ^^23 .m3>^ o2 ^3^ 
^isdbd: .^3 ^^ mO)&0u^ «^^?9 -oor JI4O3 ofa^ 



THE HISTORY OF THE YOUNG MAN OF ALEXANDRIA. 254 

?*tti\vS oia^^s 0799^ 'IV^?^ ^^^ ^oib \^ M070 .M$l 

ooojb ^jsiso^a yOi2 ^l!i3 ^or Jlo/e .^o^i ^oo! ^o ?iV^m 
;!a*A> 3a>sb ^o3( ^3 .V^^y :;«m i^io oor ^ia«^ ^^tbax 
.kAor bisa pio .^adAS o)^o^ bjoaa^l ;l^o .}\w »Sx^^2 

Jor .yoaii^l 9umO ^o^o^2 aam ^Iu tOiAjka ^*^a }3u2 

^2 ^Jjd ^^O^O .^O^is ^330^ ^At;> <^ ^ ^X^3 

;»2 ^oSb ^i ^Ndv&i |t3or ^0^9 -^^^i ^ai ^o^3 ^ 
^3Mor .^auaui ^i ^0^3 ^ui ..oalis yAor fr^o 4^ab*ai 

.;is3*^ J^oaJAbfbo wftSfJi ^o^ ^07 ^ -oor ^3A 

JSooi 2,30; 3SkO .0tNJV<3N3 ;I&3 ^2 oj^l^b xV^xibd 



253 "r^E HISTORY OF THE YOUNG MAN OF ALEXANDRIA. 

^i isAi ;9^? ;baSA 9^;ba^ 5^ \^^ .:s3^ ;ii^ iS^o 

X^soati^ ou^ -^^^^ ^9^ ^'V^ ^^? ^^ -^9^>^? 

I hiio2 ;^fl\,,itA'ns ^of aiss ^e .^o^ia ^^aaoi^ ^la^ 

Foil 14a. ^ htt^te ;[S ?tfliAvib MOiordoM ^ ^,3^ 5^0 .^|uo 

.pi^isisio o!^*^9isa 3^^isis;;e ^i z^oi .^s^ ^,?^9 

^Or k^ibOX y^O .lOO] yA^i 6S*l%0^i 00] ^3Aa M0)O!X)3Ub 

90^N|[9 sJa .Jcl^iss2o JS^^aoa ^fisisjl ^|uc9 00; yOo^ 

ot^qSmm^ ai^ a^o .;oo) «^2i|0(2 .^30^2 ^o^ ^a* ^3 5JCD 

orJSOiriu^^o 07fSft\,i.AM'ie ^a^oAa en^oaaao o^a 

.;oo) ;Nibp }i^^^^ &iL^. ^^^^^i^ 990 -o^ ? ^ * \v ? 

mO^ ;^<n ^i? X^Sst ^ajb d^a^a ;oo7 ^5^? "^^ 
;oo) ;^ ;LSa ;oo) aiapl oi^SiS^o .JSooi o^^^2 ^isa^aia 

t^a mOuo .;'^o ?tfliA\< oo! \^ ^o^^^e ,a ^h(>S 

• « '^ • # ' I iiv • \ 1' ■ » ' " 

i^\Sia .wi|^js2 oor ^^«d ^,auor .o:^j.^aka ;ao^e ^^JSa 
M0Toi^kb JK«^lAi .0^3.30 \6m <S2issbo o)^S>V*t)a mO/ ;isajiai 



THE HISTORY OF THE YOUNG MAN OF ALEXANDRIA. 252 

^>i0 ^tsia 4^^ ^ d^Ni2 ;9073 .^2o oi^nS^aiss ^m 

;aa^ oioro ^^o? ^aor .?«»ft»r^i ^o^ | ^>mm ^*fOb .^OmSFoi.us^. 
o^3 .^oo) 3M2 99 -^siSfM MaxcLd ?>S>*iftoit\ .^3^ ^u:^? 

5^23^0 ^op 3A0 .?M>ita3ib oT&pktio^b ^2 ^!^'o^ ^ao 

;cio oi^3 eoj .;30&^ vSJM ;oo) ^o7d^ A^ ?9 ^^ 
^3 5^2 M«a^a^ -^^V? ^*? "V^ ?90 .>n*ibo\ Moro^i 

Xwr\ 3kJoL 9k^ ^^3 ^3*33 ^3^ ^3ub .}0^23 ;>«0A333^ 
OOr ^3lS3 O^ <3ciUO >«33it^2 O^OA 5^2 SlAO .OJ^S 

;oo! 3>.^An3 oor ^iuEd i.tlA.1 a]6fiS^ yja .^moJaoyJip 

• » • < . / J, » )• ■< 

lisO^^^^O .OtS^S ;S 5^ p3^ ^ .OT^aXsp i^2X fiK*2^0M 

ska ^o -^oo7 1^23 Jor .0^ }ooi >ia*'\» o^ *^^? 

^07 ;00] ^yiaO 007 ;iDAs<0 .^fiSfO yiS^ ^,3!^ 5^io ^^3 

;eo! ?.a>ft>apo -^s^jL ^ait otd^skab ^m^ -^oors 

;^03u^ ^^39 3A OO! ^M ^.S^OT .^07^3 ^JS ?,ll1*V»S 

a}!s 3^i|o 4^ oor ^3 ^boAjiK .jis3auo ^o^ ^oo) \t^^ 



25 I THE HISTORY OF THE YOUNG MAN OF ALEXANDRIA. 

jisaS pA lorn ^e^o >^o^i ^aii 007 .joo^o^ ^^tio 
^JKSka ^a).03 ^07^ ^ iLl ^ka .|U^ uQMkOboa^I ^2o 

l^oa ^sub joo^oi y,a^a .^s^^is !^^^ 



^ais ;3iM^ ;ao; 0070 .^Sa^iaa^is ;oa) ^A2 9u^ ;ioA^ 
>^sa^ ^^ '^i?^ MOfouiAiap .^il&I:^ ^iosobol 07a aos&a 

}is&*,9bb0 ^iriM^ >^?^ ?^ •V?^'^^ ^^^? ^^\ \^^^ 
^;a ;!S3 .;ooi sbblo w3f3 oTS^ia %u^£s2 .loo] ^dr^bo 

;jnL.,3^9 vA ;^i fs^;>»\,tt3 .vA isA ^^,a^ 4Aa< 999 A^Sbbs 

k Si0 ^9 J07 '^kA^ .oyx^A lorn 9O7>b0 ^A>9^ 39 -9do2 
.^ooTba^ ;f>>to\ isai ^M :aS ^3 .fisSboi^l ^A^K^' 007 ^o^ 
^^o <nA>, aije>o .31auQ>^ jsdro <A Kkla JSa pf ^f 

;I^ Ao .^J^p ^^^ "^^ ^^^? -^9^ 3^^0 .u9^3 

0079 ua\ .^^09jte^ ^f^? ^ai^'&a ^*3 w07of^2 99 ^29 

;9dL^ ;39 ;3saM ;&07^ 07^9 aLJ^is2 ^07 9a .o)As< 9^0;^ 



THE HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULE). 25O 

I ^070 ;o^i isiS oi^aoMibp ^si ^9^0 "$^3 ^ '^^\^ 

OOO) ^X^O .^^OAaSM OP9^ w070»kb o\^9 .UQMO^i 

.jQsQ^o^ ?no\)a oTiaaoii ^i* oom ^^o .^i^ y0^^isi>o 

.^4^9 JlA39;a ^^9,3^ 07^ ooai ^tli'Mivyto .^o^AV^'aa 
.^orJ^'epo ^o^3J^ OOO) ^Skoboo -^a^9 o;^M9Sbo ^o^ 
OOO! ^Mi3b^9 ,>ft>>ifty,i2 ^2 p3ij 0007 y*iai>ip yOO^Kao 
\it Mbo2o -t*^ .oaaadaa ^3^.0 .mOToXISo Moro"3M2 

?»n^^'\ ^'>I .^'ay^ l^olJ* ^2 ^29 .^o^is ^isMOOXfis 
^aijo^ yi^^ 061 ^aii'l ^^ .^61 3^2o .?nS^\ ^o^ia 

.;i^i ^la^ 9^ ;;43 ^3^ ^2 .aU x: ;^3^ ;i>kd2 

yoov^ >#4o .^o};soA oi,3yi 9x00 .^.SrvS ^yj3 is&i 
oiaotio ;a>\^S yO^l o^i^ ^^ol'ai ouii sao .^QSf;i3 
.?toOi^i 5^io .^afd^ ^JSoatl 5^2 .3y^ ;»oI ^^?o •^.>*^ ^\ 

^'i^ ^ o^ JSoo! ^ii^^ JSaoSoh ^aia o^isoa \ilx 
o^Sa ^o^ "f^^il -^^^ ^l^i^ ?9® -^^?^ ^fil^ ^'?^^? 
;b^^y4? ^.? ^?^^ •^^9^>^ ^^.? ^^ ^^9^C 
;j49\? ^H^^^a^ ofS lorn u^ yV^mftM^yi^so 



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249 "^^^ HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULE). 



Fol. ii2tf. 



3^1 .pyio ^ yO0?S iSS^^ afiio oooj ^ ^a ^oj 

;oo) ^if^^ aa .uooSo^ ^9^ <???4? ^9^ ^oraisA2o 
opL^ ^blXxs bfiUMa 99 ^^^j? y^ loo] Si^h .MOioufb^ia 
U'yMs .y*a^b ;moIS .;^att ^cu 001 ^Adr aao ..aiaS 
^MaSo .;a;i^a ;<yv^ .alia ;^ao;3 ;fM .^ ^^a 
^2 bdaabp aa ^oi^^^baa jq>o^o^ ^^o .y.^Axo ^ja&a 
..oa2 ;fM aa .Jsi^ 0^0 .^iibaiA yoafaai* JtiLao .?:s^ 
ah92o ;|»tto .^o y^'ishs^o .^il SL uoro^i tl^* "V^ 

js^Aib ;lS ;3^ issio .;c^ia ;\Ma 02 ^or u^^^ai u^^ 

;^o «^f2o ->^a^ 5^2 ^^o7aa ;i^ora oj^ka iztSx .JsoHaS^ 
-MoroAaoa iSiii ^M* aa uQ9q^oi^ ^A mO^^mO ^^sa^^^ 
uiOjUfuM aAO .mOoi ^iCd*a^ MO)oa*2e .?ii*ntS ^001 a2^ 07x30 
kl^2 ^o .^^ ouS^o oo) ^ aaa .aaoio ;oo) ^^^^ 
;Sti ^ .^Sbbcs ;^o ixhSi yisSt aao .ofsoL loo] ^^0 9.07 
00; }a^a ^aoijB2 ^.a^oT .^^oS^'? ^,?^ 5^j '^'^'^ ^^ 
O7.baoo .0;^ Ji, ^,a^ .\aa dor ^o^^iA aJi^o -A^,? 
07!^ ^i^ aao .;[ S >^2 Jop 0^390 .^^baa 3^^ 
.^iQ3u&o^2 ^p^ ^a ^oo) bdiho '^LkailiAa ^aJ^ 5^2 a^f^e 
ao^uaa -^a^i piio o2 Hpi o}^oSi I'iSA^ ?^H ^? 
,aa>n2 ^aiiasa .abo2o opdJb ^sLS^^aoo .;>SA\ uorouaaLd&o 

;^ ^ou ^aiS ^tt<.«^ '1>A? ^^?^ ^^ *^?^? 9.?'^ii? 



THK HISTORY OF MAR I'AUL (pAULE). 248 

ooi • SMO .^aa^bofii ^*eo7 a^ Uaf ?33^ ^? .ubmo^I 
j\\^ mS Xi^ .iSt%y ^2 ^!ao»opob ^io .o^ 7i!ix \i/>y 

?i5<>V) 4^ -^^ <^1|^3 3^i^ 5^o> ^*i*aa? ^il -^•?f^ ^bof 

hfiLiA ^9=^ )^? oA ^^ tt>? ^9^ 3m2 ;^ .^^ttdo^i 

.i^f^a ^^^9 At^ -^ ^V^9 ^osi* ^biiaa op bi«^ ^90 
.v*o;eau;^ k32o .mOIoL^k ^ ojlS ^eoi ^dauaoo ^bybo 

^or -}^^9 «^f2 aao •ora^b^ ^?^^ ^^^9 *?^^^i^o 
o^ Q^>r>^ '^^t^ ^9 ^ 09^ ^4*?? M07eak«^^« ^ajs 
001 ^o .^Qu yoiop '^i^c\ 3^2 'toai .o;iS ^b^lo 

^aaadps ;j>^oI ay\ d^^ .A^ M. \C\tti^^ ^^ 

Xj^ ^^2 ^9^ ^^ 9^ .^oiLbaiii ^oo) iVVlfiifte 



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247 THE HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULE). 

^ :a2 2^0 .fA^5 >a 11^2 Jal ^ .0^ Molo o!^ 

o^ w!*^^o '^'e^ '^'aiMl ^2!ik^ o^ "^^^ ^'k^V^? 
ouob^io .^a^i) .^sAikoA oAxio ^sau^ ftdljyo oSiuito .^Lais 

?^yf^ .0^ a^2o >Otift\,ti ^a^^ ^o^oa;^ o^aisoi \JoeSoh 
;aa2l^ tA ^*3>t^^a .;3a A^^io ^or ;a^3 5^;li is^ai 
;oora M^ isai l^ S,\h ais^e .sSOmA^o 07^ m?4^? l^ 
vA ^isacl .;i^f ^,a^ \aA ^OMa ^^ ily,y -^a^ ^2 
.^^aiari ;alsl3 ^ ^2o .^tv'i'ia jAiV, ^oT uoro^l ^2 
uoyai\^\y ^,adC^isauap ^o .^ioVv^ J'?^ ^t^ \Jo "$^?^ 
.>«>*io\,tiS ^07 07^ kS!^ aao 4a*aa ^kotS^^ ?*nS>\<a 
o^e .93A*2a .^00 \s< ^j^a ^ao^ -OfUkO ^o;*a:s oa^i 
loo] Mo .^aa ?.I^.a J,o7 >^oa \^ ;oo) ^ib ^^Sx:^ 
a^a .^o^'a^a '^^^ o^bcMD ;^2o .^^ieSai, ;tauA OjWo^ 
abbb2o .Jor ^^aS ^slix aa o>^ais2o ..ecruais op h>^ 
?i.io<Ma>a3 y^^ ^*^'^^ ■>OAia\,\i ^a^ jq»o^o5 ^o^ 

w«isx isA^ Aaeo aA l6^ .;£soai: A aadi&b .^A^aaoo 001 

\i »' 1'" i'* '♦ ^' i»»i« ' » < ■ 

^^^;^ .;aor <^a^ ^ 2^2 Atix; ^^o^Sa o^l^^a .^ilx 
>S\,y .;is5>A<i ;^So^;^ y^^ao ^ aad: ;<?/ -s^a ^,a 
\ii ^o^a^ od^A .^qAA ouaol aao .^ ^oreLA^a 
^^fiUk ^ajab oibpa .Itaa^^ ^ 0007 ^akM^JSo .Jlaoifis^ 
.^,ak«or ^^^o ..oo^a^ 07S kp^ i^>!\y }*^o .^somS 
y^dsa opaxa ^oro^lbo .^007*3^12 oyt^o o^ito; ^o^aJN 
2o0i pao .l>f.o^^ taoh ^AS o^ oto|t.\i a^e .o^j^o 



THE HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULE). 246 

.o^jkAIs ;oo! smotjso .?iV^g>a cf^'^i \\'t\o .?M»t*oa 
oyVynti ^4^9 4^o^? qyX'yi ^^? M^ji ^i? 
^iKL&ha!^ 0^0 .;l3bAJ09cabSi^ o^o Mlo iL^l \i< 

op ^is ^ioS<3 .;^ak^3 OV^K^ .;jsa^3 X^n,d^K ^f^o 

ak^ .;bS x^ Usbl ;«M .}a^^ }ooi a^e .opeo^ oi^o^^ 
.o^Ltlsa cnafrjs t^flo .39\ <S3k^ bO^ikAo ^^io \^^ 
c^ «V>? ^?^ ^cr^f** .^JSxkaxS ^xdo ^cl\a> pae 

^ooi MO)oiui2a ^l^Mityt ^oA mO^^mO o^ aJiO .^ft^aitbaJ^ 
cp ^sio .^OmO >^i^a o^ ;aa:o .^aud ;i!^oi waSA 
.^^a^a ;Lais^ "^^udo A-lfi^ ^aoios dp ^^mO ^isai^ 
;\fl ;3iCd ?i59V "^^ ?9^ .^0^9 ^9^ ^ ^^9 
.1^ ^,a*or .;jsa4»^a ?i\v'5o\ oraakoo ;^^ .!^2|^ -^^>^? 
Joo) ^o 4J^>>M,? o^^ais ^ayd mO!o52 X^ >fl»>ioy,il 
^ \\,ye .mIsaI MaoAsa ;oo! a^'io woroA^a o^i^ 

^ 5^ -V^"? ^9^ ^^ ^^ "^'^^ ^^^ ^'^ '?9^^ -^^H 
Ki^ojkIo js*a>3 .^siaa «:» isii ^li. ^iblA .^j^olA ^sLfibsa 

A ^ooT^ )S Zaor ^,o .A yi«js5^2e .^i^oSi^^s ^k040 

.uOiouaoLb^ worflufM^s aa w*a^^^ k^ia | .^2 iKiais ^aof 

^ jQ>oaok^ ^9^ 4^ -ni^ ^^ 'OyiftVyii ^ofi ^o 



Fol. lUa. 



Fol.1 



245 THE HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULE). 

;l^ aa .0^3 ^9^ ^3fii?kbaa 5^0^,? «i*>3;o .mo/oS.^ ^oo) 
;au^ ^assoxp ^<>mO 4^ojS^ loai 390 .;^9o2 ;oo} ^3^ 

or^S\!ao ^or ^'oi a^o .07»S>\,'ip y^ i^^ oai .a)jiaSt 
l^aS^ ofi^ .^ikla ^?^,? ^^"^ A^iy l^f -loo] AX^^bo 

Im^lp ^>3^ .^3^*1 5^ .0^ a^j^e yO\ii ^?\ M07*ltJo 
JUaaaa ?rtVi )l±o2^^4 ^ ^^ .^ao; is&l a^ jl£i^ ^ia 

^ ^^iaSt 'yO\i2 loc] a^ais3p aao .^ao2 J!^ at3b>aao 
^a ^AAoyo .^^SMfOa ;\ilAa 5^2 Jor ^^ou^ ^oroMaub 
adoaisboe .;i^oa^a 5^2 ?nft\,S }\S^m opr 07S u^^ais;^ 
^ aod^o -^am^ 1^9^ ^9m? ?»>»2a ;^aboaa ^9^ loo] 
.a^i ^oao^t ^7^? ar^bsoici ^2 ^aM«i^ ^^m >SA,0 ao^ 
;s*3o oisaa >^'iti o^ ^eo] ^a2o .?,^*,rtas i\iu pio ba 

^07 is&i ^ 07S |loo) «^23;boo .;:safiLafa ^a^o ;i^o&ia»a!a 
JSj.2a ^Ao7 ^ ^ ;a2 ;^*^ ;l2 .0^ 3^2o 4^ .1^1 ^^a 
10^ \y,v» k^2a im .uQ>oaQJ^2 o^ | ^4^^? ^^ .^aaa^bpLS 
\S>vii^ift ^o .^o^Aa 5^2 07S ^<d»*r>a>ha .or^So^a yOoiJSou^ 
uOTA^ao .ov^ao^ »o>ioya2 ^o 001 ^007 «^f{2 >^of ^907 
oVm3oa \y,y ^00) ^XmO .^a2 t!^ ooo) ^is^o .v*o^ ^aa 



THE HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULE). 244 

Wftio .^I^oaab ^Aul Vyyt oi^aoa Jd\«^o .o)L&l3|. 

.^^9^ o^ai a^o .^^ ^001 xajoso .^sa ^ ^linA* o^a 

o^^^lo .^^}*^^ ^^ ^ ^o '^^f^ ^^ ^^ "^"^ 
^oaiS op9u*ao .^aia 073^ 007 b^2 a^e .^,>^a 
OOP 0^0 .;>*n\>iftS oi^iojua 00; lafiiS ^aoio .op a^^o 
.ofxoaSo ^a o^is^da^bp .MOioL^a ^ou yoa{^ '^ips* i^o\ 
A&2 ^9 ;^a .^aoV ^ ^^^ ^^? ^'^^ ^ l9^ ^oroi^l 
.^opi 3 eo) aovtd .Jloojha^ ;aof l^^a^ ^ia .a^^ 
.Jl!^^ ^t^f**f ^^ ?^%icttl3 ^A ^fMa -^ai^ ^ojoa^^o 
;Ai ^a Aa .?i\^m ^ o^a Ao yOo^ifM obAi ^070 
.;Lai i^itf ?3!>a>il ;ior 007 ;oo! .jooSo^ ^fl\a o7^AxiA 
;11^ ;Im ^ .^Sas ^o^a o;^bau*aa ^Jjs aA^^SjSe ;;» 

I -^a^i ;aaa^ v^V^^ ''^ "^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ -^^-^ 
v«aia9 001 ^,a ;oo! ^^xap .^fjix ^^is aa Jooj umoS^lo 
Mibo o^ ai^ ju2 Aa .^sSis ^93 ^aau^2a .yO\ii 
^ A vA^i^2 .ftas^^2 ^073 007 ?AS>1 0^0 .^acipt^ 
i^o3 .5^ ^^^,? <3d2 5^ o^ >u23 .A 3:0*2 a^a ;o^i 

.;3^^ ;oo7 >ao ..^3 ;^oaM^9 ;»>fty,i^M'i .MoroufM^a ^ 



Fol. iiod. 



Fol 



243 THE HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULe). 

.^aioio ^aii ^9^ ^^?^li vf ^'^^ 4a^^^ oado^ib 
^2 ^9^ ^ ^9^ .^3£i9kbaa api 3^^^ ^^ou.£\» ^laoxa 

?joaa>5i 9>^iN^? "P^ ^ ^^ ^0*0 '^y*j?p ^oxso ^ 

,?Jtft>\^ ^0799 .00^9 ^30 ^?ii uO)Oikk2 ^OV^i M3b03 

;x3eJ^ ^a^ ^2 .;k33kbaL3 a^^o^a ^^?^ ^90? Moro^2 
^0}3 V5^^ w3^9 <[S>«ba^JsS N.IU1 aAs^ ^2 .UQ>oSo^ 

^^.492 joeSoh 3aI >\y,y ^ o*^is2E2 ^910 .MO!93Abt 
.^i^or ;[3op ^9 ^loapipa Uaoyici loa\ oo!3 001 .^^Ss 
.jQso^o^ ;i^jL ^i2 ^M929 5^2 ;*!0ait ^070^^2 ^0^ oSp 

.jB^eSeh ;*3uMi iIn^ ^^^j^ >V^? ^^ ^^ ^^ >^>Vp 

jsisfti ^oo) ^JS*2o .or^^ ^ loo] a^L uoao^o^ ^9^ 
.;;«^ ^a^so^ yOal^ ouSSio .^07*0^2 000; oJN*Mo ^a^ 

109^. ^ilx aa ^Oi^ uQ>oSo^ ^or 90 ^3 }oo7 | s^a^o^l 

Joqf ^ ^3 39 .91^ ^07^2^ ^oo) y^»*apo .o»K^ ;eoi 

^OO) i^mI 39 .|lOO) ^2 ^3gM ^^9,3^ .^y\to'i^'p ^^9,33 

?tub3 ?tot>^\ ^^23 J07 ^,^ ;^oad\L .fiS*;af3o2 07x^3 
M0iouaE^3 k^k^ .o!^^3 x\ vULsa .0^^ fisl^ ^^ .0x3^3 

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THE HISTORY OF MAR PAUL (pAULE). 242 



^Q^aab U^ ^3 epi .^32 ooi \SkSfX ^'>m2 ^o* J^^ 

;^oai3 <^^X3 ;is*»3jit ;^o^^ .\«.3>bo a^^s^x 

^ o^ ^isA^d <*^?^ ^^^^? ^V^^? ^{Kft^Si^ m6s 



aqua ^3^ An\ d<^AA3 -J^^Cidbb uQ>«3bfib9 ^ v^dosj^ 

^,3 ^or .0^ ^00) I c^af>p is^oo] l^ ^)^p ^.>f 2d ^^lO^ Foi. 109a. 

, <*>L^i ^>r*f? ^^ ubdAo^ ^3^3 '^MJkxis ^oJK*> •>:3<* 



241 THE TRIUMPH OF EULOGIUS. 

;&2o .^cro»t^t23 ^2 la^'^ ^saof^ ^^f^e .iJaoxa 6s^l 
«A ^^2 ^Ilx ;ajQ3A.a!to^ ;aro .MJOk^^ 0070 .oifsS^^y ;m2 
mS js^ .^ ^f^ tA^ ^^ ^oro .0^ ^2 &^.b9b 
frMJis2 Z,?07 \\,ye .v*o}o*3a23 5^2 ^aXl^6^2o .A bfiL^iboe 

Aa3 ^t?^9 ><tt*io\;i2 o^ 3«^'2 .;i2 ^io .;l2 wCLmS 

isfti ;3i: .0^ ;3jx ;iS ^o^aad eo? ^^2 o^ is^i ;>3i .jilato 

^h2 iaolo ^o .^32 00^ ^f*^^ ?^? ^^l .\cSoi!^ 
Foi. 108^. -^^1^^ ^^? I -\J^ *-^ ^^ w>«Sba^ ;aA*2 .5^ ''^^.P 

yoisa^ia ;i9uii ,>oaJs*S>.Q^ q!^9 o^oV^ ;^2 .3y^ ^ x^ 
;iSia^aSo ..ondaSoas 007 Akib .obyia^a tVyvt ..oSbXai a 

yOaf*p6s oOfMO .y09^Aoa^ ^oa^Maaa )^o .^oaais^s ^^1^ 

0^9 .A^Q^o2 ^la^x ^om ^f^ai Oi!^o .^ooiisAd^ o^jlo 

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THE TRIUMPH OF EULOGIUS. 24O 

loo] ;4il -^^^? ^oAo .Aaotto ^j> loai ,ja»*i6^1p 

^'io oi^a^^aoi!^^ vtt«\ii!»^ o^ ^oo! ^aJa .o^ ;oo) JK*2 ^3kA« 
}oo7 ^J .^o3 ^ ^ol eikjl ;^i .uQ»*abdso ^i .o^ ;oo} 
. ? « ^ > \t' 3o2 oi .yOil ?«$^aV^2 .0^ ;oo! ^'2 ae^ .^ o^S 
?Va^ ^ ^2 kSl ;^p M^^ii? -07^ ^ooT ^?h ^,?^ ^? ^ 

;^d9^3o2 isii ^'2 is*o5 .<^^^ ^^^f^? ?^ ^^ ^<^? 

.;«i0\x3o2 o2 ;^2 ^2 ?>V^n\j 07,3^^ 5^2 \«a9r S^ .yOi3f 

yoo^ ;aao .;^oS^ (y^* yOo{^ ^^9 .?*WiS>Yi ^92 yoaj; 
;ooi %3^I .^2 ?*in^t'ao23 oi^ ;oo) 3^*23 ^od^ ;!0 4,?^ 
OOP .^oovll^a ;i33o^ yool^ looj \\'rvr)o .^iSS of^ 
.sii 99 .}oo! ^Wrtffie ^007^9^ 1^9 I90) ^ds* -^xmS ^» 
^o .^A^o ;oai ^osmo -yOo:u^ ^3 }sox o^ 3^2 ;lS 

\cS62 .\0S62 .\cS62 hso^o ^9 d^^ .liokoi lip ;I^ 
ddAb ax\ ;ooi aoA -^sa^^^ ^ >t^ .?i1>Vyft>\<>?v(n» ^3 op; 

^ ;4il9 \q^o2 ;ia^2 5^ .do^ o^ 3^*2 .^yh ;&aw«2 
^iiLa .^yiao pJO^ ^ .^^0^02 00; 07^ yicl .^yitjioSi 
^2o \q^o2 4^ -is*Kj; ^ yt»f\fi\\2 al^ xio'i .^^ Ui 



108^. 



2 39 "^^^ TRIUMPH OF EULOGIUS. 



;il ;s^M ^yiao .\6^6l a^ a^'i .^ ^i^ ^ .o^ ^'2 
23^ y.is*2 <^f2o .;l23 07S ^90^x2o .^ ;i2 \lixo ;3^ 

.X.;^^A«« o^a ;oo7 i^^o .;oo) a^3 ^dMii^ o^o2o 

lom l^^ uaio .oor ^aiS je^ ^ai ;o*b .yAX Xytosk^J* 
lorn ^.,3^ 99 .^ttyftt^^ffljl moiq^ ?^9 -«\o^oA o^ 

isiki ^j^o .A^ >Sl ^^^4^0 ^'3>M2b ;aNo^ ^^?4V. -073^ 

Foi. 1073. uis*ie .1^0923 ;i2 ^ ^^JQ>^ ^AX3 I ^,?A .w^isVyy ^ftsp 

. . ;l3o2 .;fui23 ;i2 ;^3 ;^a^ ;ll .Jcio^l;^ ;i2 ^ijia ;box^ 
^312 u^ ^007 Xt2 ^3 0^2 .M&N«<ax23 ^3^2 M&A3X tSaoi 
^of .vA }oa) ^3^3 ^ou33 list^tua .dwiool ^il bOaMi uada 
3»2o 07^ ;eo! JS^23 ^iax ^'3*3 ^oS \oSo2 001 iSf2 ^ido 
.^30i^ ^jkor uA^fiSAi l^asa JVa-^Ss ^iii^j^ ^.LiA -^oA 
^o^o .;ti2 tl^so ^o^iS iS3|^3 }ifllti3 ^ubaA Morou3X2 
.A^ 30^ X'^^ ?.ii>ia*2o .Jlsla JlJKoSA ^or o*3s2 ;lS2 

«^f ^33 wi^ 94" ^ ^^^ 'i^^ '^'^ ^ -^ ?4^il ^-^ 

mOIos;^ is:i^2 bfi&ucao .}^2a ^^ o^^ isii Sas aa .mOTOAa^ 
.^Sa^bp ^ ;^23 ^3^ ^^ O^ ;3JOO .013*,9^ mo^AsoIo 

b*oi03iibo^is oa N.23 ;oo) ;x3^ ^taoV^ o;iliQ>2o .;is3oS<9 



THE TRIUMPH OF EULOGIUS. 238 

ooo) ^ofiboo .oriab*b o^ ^oo; ^'^3 ^^t^Via ^saoxSb ^i 
\\^ 009! oJKj^o •073^ I loo] MaJMa ^32 ^3^2 yi^t koI. 

^^3 Atiy 07a>*^39 ^3 ;S007 .^333 ^3S ^ ^33 ^33^ 
O^ ;00) 6^23 ^3 3330 .^JflXi* ^ ^^^^ '^ ^^^ 

Ny^ .Morciu^3 Z^o*af><S :ga^ ilAb 07^ w532o .?iS>tebr>!^ 

■ ??'>'Sfl>3 ;3*3S )^0^3 e2 .^330 y.*aS>f^l3 loO] >,i.At!t) ;!^3 

2oo) ^ .qbaA< JSoo) ^^£S39 lisou^ %3eJS ^oiosoAao 

oi^ ^007 M*3O303 .^32 ^ ^33l^ jLdOXS y^2o .^k^^ 

o^iS ;^;; -^^VV^'^ ^'-^o ^ '^9?i ^2 ;l3l2 X^'o -073^ 
^^3 SA^ JSo^ ^ou^ ^3 07^ ^oo! a^t^o .;oo7 .T>y\ 
McnoLit ^^ .op 3mO \p^ol \^ci MOVfM v*3 ^ .op \oa\ 
oi^e .MoroLa ^or ^SbIja ^ouedo .m^^o ^0^2 ft^o^ 0^30 

333 ^Ld m3S0 ^3X3 .?«^*l*t> ^Q&* ^^39 .339J^O ^O^^O 

.^ol yoo^ 07^ ;i2 M*a39o .oi^^^i o^3A3 ^o^ .0?^ U2 
«3or ^s>» ^2 ;3i3 ;^;[ •^3<^ ''^^ ^^^ ^^^^^'^t^o -"^P 

01^0^ ^Sub u^^ pAO .M070u&boi23 5^2 ;^oi^3UO^ M^ 
.^2tfA20 Mis.*iA 1^3LOJl3 23b3^ 02 Isii ^ .0^ 3^;^0 



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237 THE TRIUMPH OF EULOGIUS. 

.6^ S^'i .qS ^a2 ^o*po o^ frlsb .^3^2 ^,3^*070 .JlJSX«ak^ 
^Okbo ^ix ^ias^p ^^^? P.f'^i^ -^^?^ ?r*<atM ^ ^3 ^*^o 

.yoo^ ^is&i ^iskfbs .^isfti ;a^23 ^2 b^ wisii .q;^ ^^2 
;do^ .uiS a^2 ^3^2 ^,3^ fis*23 00^2 .07S ^>^>M2 ^3 ^o; 

.6^ 3ibo2 ^_3bA9r .;^23 I ^1 ;I^ ;S ;3^^3 ^os^o aAs, 

1!^ ^ ^?>t^>3\ 5^^ ^N*23 U^il^Sd ^^"^^ ^ v.?^ 
JSAbo ^i>^ su^i ;a23 >SVy^ .^ba\^^ yiis^y.b03 oo} ^2 .JU2 

-OV^OS^ 0^^^ ^ ^,>*07 -^2 SoL frui?S^S>tb9 ;3o^ ;3^^ 
^S^i ^2 ^JS^p^o .07£soS ^ M ofbojaost ^ 679^9^90 
,?Y>\sn3 ^N^o^ \23: 3a .yOu^sjo ;&or oaj .?*nS>\3 sos^b 
;^o:3UGM 34>^^2o ^^fikX ^ijjc ^3 ^isi sa .3^:3^3 ;^oxo 
oor \o^o2 ;i ao \3 oji^^ :^'idox iSisd ^e^ ?^ ''^^ 

?'t > t , h . ? ^> t . ^ iVyy 013>^ ;09! yM3X9303 ;il3iS ^X^XS 

;30i^f ;A^ M^*2 393 sA u^^:2 .jQiQ^soti OTbaxb ;ffc»yib 

SAO .M&3^^3 ;x.3 JC3 ^o ;3«b ^ ^3^o .mS Jsi;^ 

.JQMQlV^i m3^3 07>*3^ ^3^ ^''^^ -^^ ^^9 ^^ ^^ 

;Iop; ;3a3kbb3 .jL^bdao ^oSaa ;3q^ ^Ls ^3 ^oo? ^ai^ 

^63^ 0007 ^SkbaL M0703u»iS^3 ^2 .^m ^3^13^ ^^ 

wm9CK23 5^2 .^oui ^aUsoJ^ ^'Ss ^^ode .UQ>b;L^o^2o uQ)A>£b3 
^ora .0007 ^3i^2 sui!^ ^laor -yf^V^^ ^n^V^ ^ '•^^fl^ii 



THE HISTORY OF SERAPION. 236 

^jto w^9)[ ilooip 3^2 k^\* 390 .;aooo73i^ ^,9^ "fVi^^ 

.^a^o^ ^??^ ^^i? >V\,y I «i*?Mif**ii? ^^ ^>3 ^t^^l? 

.0^ afipj^ o)^ ^Ao .d7fu* ^aisao ^ol ^3^ ^3 MOde 

0^ y»i .;ii ;Ldf^ ;^;; .^2 ^a^I ;S 07^ ;ad92 .^ ^d^i 
^is&i ^ 0^ ^;; .;o^i ^oS .0^ ;3^2 .aiiai ;jb«^ ;a^A 

;i»2 .;l2 90^ ;i29 ;a>bo ^90^ .«^^3^23 ^2 M^i2 ;^^^iba3 
a^'i .;i2 ;3aL UHo .mS hiol loopo^ y^^xya p^3kdp .0^ 

.^IS^ ^ JtiO^O m^Qm .dp 300j^ ^J^^ "^^fV^ t^ ^^ 

;xoro .jMi^^ ;l^3 M^ JK*2 ^*ilx ^^^fo ^a^ m^ ^^i 
.?>o\\S ^isis^ ;3^? 9.0^2 .0^ ^:02 .;i2 ;a^ uixS 

.;'3mi ;isa^ ;»b^ aia^a iiS^l .6sh^^ aisa ^o .dJi^o 

Mpo^ .?M'>'i'iS ^fk^^s 5^2 M^sii ;I^ iSe . ?»S i ^S Mis&i 

^2 mJsa2 ;isis^3 ;i2 ^blo Ui ^0^9 ;l2 aoLa 7J,>» 

;.a;;o .^A a^o;^ ya^S ;l^o3 7,3^ .0^ ;3>!i32 .Js3^;;3 

.w9bS3 \iL ^«hauiQ>o ^^aIi;La> ^«Ax a^S '>Jao2 .ill ly^L 

'it' ' ' ' 

y^jsoyJb ;ll xsL Uii? ;aa^2 .;isL,3M3 ori^^soa ^saxo 



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235 THE HISTORY OF SERAPION. 

Fol. io5/a,\V^P 5^ip ^a^AO . . U^ya ^Oib UQ)ik^ I X^p mOTO^ViO 

^o ;»ol3 .2.^32bo ^^'^po ^*3Xb ^2 .^oro ^iola apdZx 
.0007 .oo>iSi.2 ^i^^? ^07^ .ooo! ^tbaai^, pa -?,3!»^3 

.0^3 4^3 o2 .moioI^ o\ati yoaa^ 01^3 .^07^*3 
^ado2 39 o^i^oi*' ^^^ -^.^^ ^^ ^^^^i^ ^^ ^? ^^ ^'^^ 
^ N^2 Ia4 ^ -4^? ^? ^ ^^ ^\ -l^^ -^ 
l^i^^aXl .J^ ^f^M %S J^ yOOfS 3^bo2 'lySi ^ «^^^3 
.o&o) .w&ibis3a33 ^i ybo wuo^sjco o^o2 .0^ is^S ^M 

;^0073a ^2 OObOS J^O 9±by .^00)3cS ^^jL SAO .2»oa73^ 
OO) .UQ3*&^3023 07,>*bai^^k ^4A300S^ yOJij^e .^is*3M.3 02 ^3m.'3 

w*o^fM 3ao «^oo) ^*A^ ^^ ^a oTAS^x cniso^ ^^? 
.?A^4^ SA,^ ^007 V^!^ '^A^ ^'^ ^^i^ ■^'^ "^^^ 
^is JS«2 O&bOD «30JS 0J3>M k^k^O .^SukSO ^boso ^'iSOAS 

<*.oa2 ^v*&3 v^ ^isslb o2 ;*1»3 

^^ "^^i? -^^^94 ^^^1 wOloS^ ^3 0001 ^^3^^ 

^3 .;iss^M ;boIti ^30 ;3mm ;iN*3^3 -^isa^.,?^ ;booo!3a ^*23 



THE HISTORY OF SERAPION. 234 

^^Ob^ l*iiap .^xdS^ ^ ^^io .^ S^'l )Sp ^ la\ ^^ 
'jaJAl ^,Xk07 -^^ ;^ ;^ ;mJ[3 ^aor ^ou ai>^o .o7,aJ^ 
;do^ 0^3 ^.>ap ^isisis 5^ip eaiuQ9 ;^oA^3 vf ^^ 

orJs^ iae .JiibiMi^a ;aM >lib(o .;a9*A ^^aS ^o^xd 

;ai3 ^oie^flp eor ^ag..2 Ji'il ^ aja A^at .;^3»m2 ;^if,a^ 

hoi^ 07S o^x^ ^f -^ait ^'rxyfop ^ojso .^iay^i ;^^o3: 
.or^^^os^p op MO/OAi^a wm9a2 ^^ t*V^^ ^%? .?.>i»iS() 
;i^ .93^3 MOTORS aisao .;aAoN0 ;isa^ .Q&2 ^io 
^ai3Lb9 ;aMO ;3i 5^2 ;^2 .0;^ oocif ^auMii ;aa^ 5^2 ^o>i 
iSf^&a 9^^ji ^^ "719^0 *^;o7SiS ^tMntiff aa .^ 0007 
39 ;^2 ^a )^9A ..eo^bSL^ iSt;^ 007 k^2a ;s^i .;booo)ai^ 
A •:s,a^ ^<^ ^ aA ^^?\^\t*ff ;i^A JS^M ;ii9c;a ^^a^ol'^ 
yoa^iio ak^a ^ojS oaauQ> -^j? ^o •^,?^ ^® ^iA«A 
;^ea^sue>b0 ;aor X^o '^^i^ v^jl obfUDO m07oI;» ^afl 



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233 THE HISTORY OF SERAPION. 

^00^ ><A3j ySiao S^o .f^ly, yao iJoyiiai ;li*^ -^T^yj 
>i>9>.ye .;tfliSiSx3 ;JSo;bo^ ^ yoajs.^* aS^^^s ^jist^l .^adi 

^ ^,^ 007 .^pofii^o ;3M0 ^i ^ ^O076sO -\^o>^ ^o.?} 

^3 ;:^'2 .^^ ^001 ^p 3u\ JiAoao)3 .^I'NiiayiS ^^of,?^ 
j^aaJSbo 39 ^or ^3 007 .^ ;^M is*ooi ^isiab fsuM ^2 5^ 
OT^aoju «u2 ;lSo .jq»oa^23 lom ^ou ^^9 -^?^2^ ^^ii 

;»ou jioo? 3A0 .5^ ^3mi2 ^,9^ ;^o ,;>Av^ ;l^o .Ai^als 

i^ ^9,?A ^ )zt£lo t!^f2o .S^m a{s loa\ ^ -^aip 
mXKo .ooo! y^jAisbs ^isLsbbob ^32m .oo^^a ^2 .&a 
.odbi! fr^'^^ ^3^ -a^'^o ;:03 A-fib ;ikOo .;^ &tti 
;'S;m w*i3 oriso^ o\.^30 ..007^ 0007 0070^ ailsjoSo 
.5^ JC3\ ^o .is^i ^bdOMii ^o 5^ ;:» .07S ^aiolo ^mX^o 
M3^i ^ 990 ■?*^7\j Jssfl ^fa\\^ -^o^ 3^2o 4^9 

^3 ^3^ •^^'^'^ ^^ ^=?^ ^^ ^sh^ .JsoLidi ;3^3i; 

;oo7 ^^ X^ "^^j? ^? ^^ '^o^ '^2 ^ "^9^^ ^ 
oliaoo .^pob^ u,aisb yOA2 ^3 ^ ^om» .07^ ^3^2 MorodUM 



THE HISTORY OF SERAPION. 232 

;^3 iS^ .;eai mO^» ^isAfib a^a^a ^2^1 .^si^b ^6so 

^ooi ;3oro .^o^i ^o^ jrVS"^ ^^^o ;oo! a^ba^isaoo 

^ao^a ?,(fi>ia>^*a ^xli!^ 0^90 -o^of as 3k^ ^a^a^ ^f? 

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yOij; 9>^9 9^^? ^,?^ .^0701393 ?«>*«>'» Jo;^ ^JSoSbO^ 
;oo! ;!^ '^ 39 .yO^;; aa^ ^03^;^ a^a ^o .?u\,m3>a 
ao^^;;o abo^isis2 ^3J3b -^^s^a ;&l34b ^ ;Aaib pk^ 0^0^ 
? b aSca3 .oT^isAi ^3 o73fta ^ ^ao^ 907 .^o^ia >^^^ 
.uorei3fa .^lasait ;*aa3 a^ "Pt'^ ^ .^07isji» o)^ ^a 
»i \ > xa 9 worokt^a .oov'ajsa i^a .oi^a 000; wi^al ;i^ 3a 
MOf ^ ^2 ^32 .y^\ P'^jo \^\, ?^^ 990 •?9^ 
6<^30 ^>^oa^ 07^^ 0001 ^aasis^o .^OmS^^ ^s^^aa 
eoo! ^aaobis^o .0^ ^SLfiLaoo o^ eooi ^i^a>» aa .^o^i 

.;^o^3 ^^oaa^i ^ is*i v^aay^3 5^2 .Jsor ^^oaai^ 
..oaScx^ aa^o ^a^l a3iw3 >^^\^ -tOoA 30120 2i^o 



231 THE HISTORIES OF SABAT AND SERAPION. 

^3 ^i\% 'ya \ko lorn opm ?iaS > \ « aa ^ ;>al^ 

.eoiibo xl 3m13 2xbo ^isAti Jap atlSo .^x1m3 >^siijktj ^ 
iS\^'y . . o^ bddop ^3mo ^'a^^p 9^ ^3abo ^907 pLca 
v^uV^ )!Sa< oooi ^&^9 ^07 .000) ^aou^A)^ ;:S Jl^^a 

^ 9«^ .^'^LmD ;isSbAS^ ;i\babO ^O^ M>3 op .^990* 

.^pkLaS ?A'i>^^^ ^070^^29 oor -}3L39 o^oaka^ Xfl 
orisx:i9X^ ^ w07oA$^9 laLo o^ ^00 9a .^ISi o^ ^^i!i^ 

^ .^b9 X^ \ii .^92 07a 99 2 ^9 9^ .^OVw^ ^^? 

9U39 007 .O^A^OJQl ^ mO)0^0^9 0,9^^ ^799^0 :^9MMf 
^ ^20 99JQ> 007 .^JS0u['9i9 ^0^0^ ;007 99UQ» «^mi2«.A9 

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5^2 ^007 ^f^9 ^_,9^ oo] ^ \>S>h 9aA3 ;^j; .007 ;292 
.^sd: ;1^ ^07^9 0079 ;Ai^ 9a .ujio \ttx ^or ^siiCd^b 

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THE HISTORIES OF GADDAI AND ELIJAH. 23O 

;j^epovG»S,b 5^1 .^3o ^ia^p laoAA ^a^o .l^oxMp 

• ,1 ■ / ' »»• # »'• •• ,t »<•• ^'z »»• '^^ « , 



♦ ?Ii»y teSi^ uhS^ ^9^ *^?*> <*^<* 

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.^«bo .^^ ^ai!^ ^St .^aw^ ^uy,^ ^apoju wOTOk^ obpub 
.mOT ft u M' ia. i a yoo^^ ?k^ >^^9 -l^^ wotoj^ o\,v>te 
M^Mla OOP .l^ai ^Lkia >^5 ;is3Aboa^ ai^iso^a JtiAo 
o|x2 .^^^ dp 3m\ ^is^ .^9^9 m07o^ ^A*a> oao^bA^ 
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J1 . ^ io .^irtoA I 07A a-ftuy .ordooa ^901 6;L*6y2 ^a FoI. 103.4. 
a^ t^yAor 39 .^iikOyj:^ ^^ k£U^isis2a ^oa ^001 
osasoo Q^2 a^e .^io^Aa . ln'aV fiA^ o*Ml .oiJsAttS 



2 29 '^I^E HISTORIES OF EUSTATHIUS AND SISINNIUS. 



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0007 ^fS^ip ;^2 ^ .23or /^^A^is J^2 m070J^ ^3 ;3bo2X^ 

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;V^33^ v^oisx2 .oisi^iS I'^l ^ ^3 Zxo; .^i^ Ss* JV^^s&d 



THE HISTORY OF ELPIDIUS. 2 28 



<^jQioaJl^o7 ^9^ "^P'^ <'«*^*^ 

.^op ftiiiS^iSjt gtAia %<3kiaa ^^oau ^ ooai Ottawa yoiaio 
piiaSisSssoo ^Ibao^ ^oq ^070^^29 jaao^t^aj lorn a^boL 

mO^ ^ft»oii<aiaM*ift 2aof culba 007 .^'i^ ^or ^ )3m«3 
.Aboibso ;^a2LXa ft^*;Lhoi lorn izrido .;XoMi o^as ^ Sli 

"''' ' lit- f .1. <« 

007 ^39^ ^^o ^^ ^ore .o^ia^M ^a>^ ^jl *^2p o'oi 
;aao3 -?A^ ^is ^fM^ ^001 J^2o .^isLi.a^ ^9^9^ 
.tv>i'i!*ir) p9 vAoxi^ar ^07 .?*V^Mt*y> >L^i34<o .^isl» 
o2 .wfiLai ;i^ 9^ .opsae ^aibi or6^«^ -^7^ ^? ^VVi 

^2 opoi >^isasax ^eu ^ ^ ^.?^^ ^9^ ^t^^ 99 ^^ 
eoT 5^2 or'^^aA^o 3^^ '^^9^ "^^ "^ "^^^ ^^ '^^ ^ 
ft^osa Jot ^t^a .loaj y^ajoM ^iaf oS ^a^ yskO .^^b 
^ip ^s apox .lis^St ci^ti?^ otI:^^ ^,?^ -it^^o ^^9 

<*;isao9oa^a ^aai^^ uQ>OA<al2 eo] 



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Fol. io2a 



227 THE HISTORY OF INNOCENT THE PRIEST. 

;oa7 Mp .^9Mk >^'A^ crrJSoS sA^ ^ooi ^^2 .;'^;2|: »^9 
.;i&2 6sj,^ 990 .07S ;oo; >St!^lt!)o aj^hlo .oor ^,p^ op 
^ao/as ^baai .i^f^baS uo; j»A\,b opsj^ ^k^l? ^e 

;a2 9ki.<o .001 I'^ix^ or^oboa^ Ayv) .^i^bo ;:S3 J^ 

.^la^io ;±flu^9 o)^i^^ ^fMO .00; ;aLA o^ ;^2 .^2 ^as^^sbo 
uHsomO ..^S ^^9^ '^ .673^ ^isiboe ai^l ?V^%y*t)o 
o!S»l^ .^aa 00; ;3jca 079^ Ai^o; 99 .ojisbap ^99^ ^ 
■^iVyS 6^ opuQMO .0^30^ \iri o^ ^3^?>? u07abaMi'5 
6s«23 ;i^j.i .00} ;oo; 4?? ^'^ '^'V'? ^,?c^ :s<aS ^itO 
'^'is loo] \Am 990 .^y'siSJi ^Ok ^ I ^Sob3 ^is 

j^^SAyX opoiiJ. .^^ ;^!s^ ^,?^ ^*^ ^^^ ^ ^?^ ^^4?^^ 

oi^^o^o ;4oiau^a ^oqf 6^£Sa2 9m\ l^ioi 5^29 .;NoXa>cvSo 

bti09^ 07!^ \ii .>$'A^ ^01 6^00; ^99 ^9 ^awii .,^^^9 

^o^ ^f ^ yJia K*^At&o]o 6soo] ;As^bo ojka ^07 .^90) 
96020 opJdio .^laa 9a 07^0^ ^:39±t .139^ ^9^1029 (om, 4s3A 

Aaor 0^2 .uOrOAis9ao2 OJ39 m07 ^^09 w3.«^Om .Op ^OO) 

)Ai^ .A^o ^o .9i^9 o79a.(iA ^001 ;ru9ii9 ^09^^ 

Ao .A^ Aaor 9a .w070«»9a 0001 Qb0^,?i)O u070fUiS^9 ^9 

.^aoa ^007 \>vi\; ^^'^ ^7-^? ^'^ ^3^0 .y09ol9 o^M 
Cuba .;969*2 ^ ;l2 ^bl A 9>^ ;xdjb9it Ativt wtl^ 

lf*f iSiAo/ ^ .^07 '^O?? O^ i\iA ^ELbO o^ ^,1^9^ 

o\£U ^9MiOr .007 2391^ 9wb0\. yi'o) .^ 09^39 «^90^J(2 .^SiGB 



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THE HISTORY OF INNOCKNT THK I'KHlSr. 2 26 

^3 .^OfM 6s*^0l ^»V«; l%m -^AS^ OOf >a3 m07oX^ ^3 

JlalL,o ;«^ ^^^ oj^ dSioo doiSo ^dOLSix opJAa 
;!Siaio ^A^b <^ai^ o^Sa ^001 ;*^2o .;;Kai*o^ A?^^ 
eooi ^t^is X^^SfisI :d^oo) ;i^i3 ^io^io :^3^ ^ j^oo) 



\*^or hoi .^fjlx 6ofri,b ^f 0)^94>' ^^ ^? ^ '^^ ^^ 
?.Mnt» ^ ^9 ;oo) uoro4^2 .^ ;oa! ^070^2 ys^it'V 

.;i^o^ apoxj^ Ixi ^3 o^ loo) 6sfl .;\oof3 ;d^Ad^o3: ^ 

^crr .y^ •M'iio ^o^ A jQ»i5io .0733 JSSt Jor\k\lfifku2 

^1^30 ^VH^? ^? "^^ ^? V^ '^'^^ V^? ^9^ ^ 
l^^ T^^auks oi!^ ;33^o M^ ^3^^,? •^?^2 39 .^3^ 
^ik^t MO!oiu2o .07JS01S ^3^iso2 kd23 mo? .^dsoafi^ Ae 

3>fJO<ji 490) ^*OM>if> ^baab >m07Q32 jB)ay,anie2 ^3 eo? 

.^LJ!^ 3y^ ^f .ouLisxbA^ ;9^ ^;; ;l2 ;v•^Jap ;Lxp 

.^AflLoob ^A*A ;oo) ^quo .^2 ^ ?tS^*fl9 ;oo) OLJi^ 
^moiS lom Moiss2o .?V^it*^o ihp^ >^? ^? MOTo4f2 



225 THE HISTORY OF EPHRAIM, DEACON OF EDESSA. 

I : ^JSii^p ;buouAo ^a\)OilS l^fu^^ ^os^ai^o^ ^j^ 

^A*aa ^Juia 3u\ ^o^ -^^ ^ ^^^? ^^^? ^Jtttiao!^ 
;l2 9k3^A>bo ^3^*2 .yoo^ 3^'2 .;&'3i^oo \i< ^ai^^o 
JMolxiio^oci :Ja\a ^o^ aJ^ %om \ib .^^^23 ^2 yoaA 

«A MoroacTTO Moro&^crr ^^3bi» ^o^ 3^'2 .^o^i 5^N*23 

adflibOi^ r?^ .}^£sS^ .^'iiM ?^9 t^^o -^Ass 
yOOp lorn y>.>>X3 ^^23 Jlxo^u t^^^o = ^?^? ^op 
aft^ ;e^ ^23 yoiof ^oJS ^o^aA zjiajdo .il^ Jaduos 
;issiAX6s ^oAao :^2 woA^io uis*2 .^IflaS ^^2o .;IaQt3b 

;ooi ;S>bat*if) ^js^lj^ ;j^od^^^ ^o^iidojQ} oi^a ^isj^i 

^«bou£boa ^A*i aJa .foa aa o^ ^oo) ^i^la ^ ^ .^oi^oS 
uoi ^isui ^Abo^2 ^a a^ .^a^Ma mOToX^ o^ 0007 
^jdbo jdSao .;^>oa l^y*A ^isiai ojajsa ^M^e .^a^a 
44" ' ^>fixb|>S ^a^l ^,a» o^ Joo) isAaa .07^4^ ^oo) 
^opi o^ ^pitl 39 .pM ^ai aisa mOToI^ :b;^o :g^^Att!^ 
^hfik ^a bdiuE .^ofol^ :ziSoKi \Sakx& o^a :;aaf >^\ik< 
;aboi^.^ -Z^^f^ ;fSft^M.iS ^oxa ?*\\^y^ ^'4^9 ^f^^ 



THE HISTORY OF EPHRAIM THE DEACON OF EDESSA. 224 

^Moraold ;is9^3 Hinotai ^a^i ?nft^ \i<a ♦> ^oi«> 

9m^ lorn auMiie .^o^ia ;A3udQ^ ;*bax ^ oAw^b ^^d 
^Moio .aii^ ^o Q^ ^ "^f^,? 9^ ^^ ^^>f^ v^^'^ 

^'smI ^3 otbi .jui ^>m2 ^3 v?^^ -^^.? ^9^ ^^^ 
^ ^'as .^'^o x^m yoouis^l ^9ktl9 ;33X33 .t^aoBio 

^aL^itp ??'>iN^ft> }o%iax >ao .;Aor ^ oj.ia*ar>^ ^*,odto 
^;[ ^<n >^ ^6^isif^ i^ jd2 ;^a -oado;; ;^3y^ -«9?^ 

.^SMla ^^ibos l^^ ^ ?AO .ov^ mOioso^ ^,3^*0^ '^^^. \l 
^y*m -ojL^A^ ^ <f3a ^ixoOLaa 5^io ik:^^^^^ pua^^i ^ora 
^ovNi2 ^aotia ;«^oa ^a :^i>^ ^^? o'^l ^^a ^ae^j; 

Xi^ ;ao7 .;oo? MOToi^2 oao)L><JSboA ^ca ^^'^ub ^a 
^ 9uA ;^^ ;^ aae .^is^L^oa ^.^aeis ^aa d^2l«ad^o 
.}JS*ua ^^.a^a .^o/odaS ^a moIsxI .;isM«a^ ^ao2 ^ ^iaS^ 
;JSfla>^o\o '^'o^i fi^^S^bfXM '^.^f o7a^3 i^c^a ^o? 
.;lSii ^aoieao ^^ai ^ll^ ^ ^*^^ i\*ao7 ^ .;isAb9M 

;jSoad2a U^ ^ Xx2i aa .^fri^aM Moraol 1^ 5^00 ?t»Oy 



22 3 THE HISTORIES OF COPHITON AND THE MONK WHO FELL. 

^ .^3lL6^ ^4^ ^ "^^o ^^ ^? -^^?^? ^^ 

absi .^o^i :&;>< ^^2 ;leor ;oo7i ;a«d^ ;^9 JS^;Lboi9 



♦ ^\,>5Vfl ^9^ >^?*> *^9A*^ 

;:03^ ;S52 r;^^^^ ^ ^*«& >L^o .m.\,i2 ^ ^A)^ ^'^1 
;Iso&^3 ^^? ^^ )^? •<l90! 3^23 Ji^^ .;9qi jaoViS 



^ bCLsi 007 b^23 ou2 ^9Ui :;jla9^ ^of .aAi^ 1^ 

;o*3 ^ Uor 0073 .^or£S9M3k3 ^a^*^ ^9^ ^^9 -^^^^^ 

^90) l^^ -loa\ ;fu;3 ^tflXyao .5^^:s2 ycLyga ^9x3 
^jI^s 3k«A>^ ^9079 -t4^^ ^9^ ^^^ ^^^,? ^^j^ 
k^330 ^mOs ;^3e .^oiftioS>M*i ;oo7 i^isxbo a^a csu^ab ^2 

mis^^is^ ^fiS93^hB3 ^3 ^op .}isi3L3JQ> ^isM03x^» i\y,ye 



THE HISTORIES OF SOLOMON AND DIOCLES. 22 2 

?^»»i )^ 'ifscp Ib^aS yS^^ ,\\srti'p ;» 007 sAio&o 

^9 ;io^ .;>>>n7 0001 ^a^^a ^L^iS .^JKoao^a Jiobii^ ^oo) 

^aJ .'^S Jor ?ti\>ys oiIsjImI ;is3o^9 i*^ ?':^^?\ 

.; ?*tta { bft y ^09m99 07^ ^S^i .OV^ ^bO^^ ^>f^^ ^^^?? 

AAA aoAs ^;s ^3 007 .IZi^ .0&2 JQ»&aA&b 07^A>«3io 



^Sx li^6so ^aA»^a ;u9 ^^ ^jy aa .;^o5fttoS>i^n 
^*3 ^ ^a^;;o ^o .;o^ia ^JSoau^ ^ "fajb^ .^oioLA 
abOi>< ^a ^ ,?M*t*oS o^aooxa ots^ ^^^ ^^^xi .;ikOaa^ 
^ioo/a .^ ;oo7 a^'i : ^^jlx oba^o ^^^^? ^? ^?^^ 
;ea! abp2 .^aj6»3 oo! ;oor ^a^x ei :;o7Sia ^I^a ^ «V^.? 
.^aa \^ Jo^Sia ^a ^ | MfiLa^K^a ^eora .atf\ ^ Foi. : 
^a ^ .^isxiSao >^dKO^ :o;*JS«2a Jooi '^^ ^a ^p ^loi 

.^ ;ooi a^i ^a 007 .;3ar ^ ^m^ib o^ ^oo! ^-^y*^ 

ei ^a<V^ ^ -"^^ ^is^o^i 2^^e;^ ^a ;i0a Z&oora 



22 1 THE HISTORY OF JAMES THE LAME. 

^350 99 :o73k:3oa)^ oior 5^2p? 007 ^ya e?^? ^ ?.?^il® 
woio^ ^Lfijio ;30^ox u070^2a ^JSoiibisaKbsa .^SaS 073^ 
zsA^isisi ;i^ ju2 i!S^ aa .oriSMOSho ^bo^o .;^o£)^*a^^ 

;^03kS ^Axb /l^ifuco ^ci^ ^l ^iii '^?f^ ^9^? r^ 

t\^ jQ>2^3 oo! .^^2 yM3 ^fSQsibisxbaa z^oai ^JKohsaa 

^!S^ ^QA»9ii^S0 :a4M 3m\ o^j; .^jila^x^ o;^ftS>.V^n'i3 ^1^2 

^adlL SsQ ;d;x ; \^^\ yOs2 ;oo7 bdodxjk ;l^3 M07 9u3 

;^9 pi^ >*^l;^ ■>irDi\oii'V4 ^2 :^a ^S 0007 ^aio2 ^3 
Foi.99^. .^^;s«3 3^bis»9 I 0073 otXaS ^,3 ;!i^p i^ja ^issoa is&i 

;349b ^3 00; l^^ '^^^l .^tel^il ^iVni^lftO (3^3 

oi^o^a^b oor -^bi iS^^p ^^o^ ^o?^ ^ ^007 ^aub^ 
?iL. tt >3 ^^b^ii ^^obftJao ;oo; ;fb ;^3a .07^ isom ^a^HL^^ni^ 
;^b'^&3 :^07Si ^ •^3? ^1^0*07^0^ Sm^otS JJ3f .07S isom 
:;A<3JS*ap3 ;^ eo; ^3 i\S>^i .^^ JloT^'ia ;^ e'oi ^ 



THK HISTORY OF JAMES THE LAME. 2 20 

jSl Zycaitst'is^;? ;^39X ypJU^u laH^ c^ e^ .o^ 
^o^ yddo ^Ia .oiorpo yOoi>^ol*x^9 vf 07^3 ^^ 

^oi^'SsaiJa ^Jab \> ■?'<**P ^ yOo^ Jeo/p ^aJ^^s oi 

.;ayi;3 ly*^o SSh \\hi .?:V>^g> ^^ ^oor^ov^o 

;o^i o^ ^sAm -^^ 0H>*?^ oi cr^K^a ^^ ^^9^ 

^aisisA pas iS>< .i^da;;^ \>i oajp ;Li ;aM£va: ^aua 

^ ;o^i Ji<^9 ^^ ^? '^^ V?^^^^^ ^^'^ ^^ 
;iaL& ^ ^i .v^oie^t^ ^or ^^laa 0073 -^o^a ;^o&^\^ 

.^fisis^ ^auab ^^^? .^x^i :;3^3 5^i aA^ ^a 
;ikOiM^a ^^2ao .^iP^a aJ^ ^ .^ai;^ ;fV^y^ao ;^a3^ 
;^tta Miaau«aa ^a ^'t*Vi .JlalAa ?^iju^^ .y00viSf2 ^ft^ouoaao 
o^aJtaaS ;jsaO*sd .oojuadi ^a ?^f>j; ..oovi^*^ .;3d\Lao 
jSa^LmI ^a yO&or .^JSoouti Jt^yn V^ y ^ ^a z^iA^o* 



2 I 9 THE HISTORY OF JAMES THE LAME. 

o2 .^jsoaislbo^ vf^^ v?^'^ \9!?^^ ^k'^'^^k^ ^ 

,^0 ^(Sao ^99 ^ a^k^b IbA :^isjQ>bo ^y!^ojBi <?9^^ 

Sisft i^a^^ ^^i^ ^v4? -^f ^^ ^?^? ^^ -^^^^ 

^o^jibab A^i JSoS .^^iuaboo ;bu^ ;3;*i3 ^af i^oboS 

Foi.98<^. o!^3aro^S Op ^oju I .^bJSoSi ^ ob^;s2a .o&or ?mi^ o2 

o^ bbdf .^auA o^ ^ax ;lS. ^3 U'a^oA* -^^b^ opbA oof 

o^,36iiMk .Jsai^, U*>?9 ^^9^$^? ■,'nu*abob eo;^ b^ 

^0^0 •'^^b^ ^o^bw^ ^ ^^73>^ -^^^t^ '^^P >^<nek» 
a4>iQ? ^^ o2 :^^euoi>< ?LfteftS .^iJSo^aSbo ji^aCUx5 ^ ^a 
o^*a h]isi^^ iS'h a^^2 ;S2 .&'3m2 :^Si^ ^do^b 713^ 
;JSo\Aba MOp e2 : ;^Q^b^3 .^orobas yiieM^i ;isbA±xa 
^07 .^ao^oi^V? ^^ \5Acr "^o^ o^ :;&3^oiQ> ^oSb 



THE HISTORY OF JAMES THE LAME. 2 I 8 

Xoo! ^;!>»b ;^ouaLAb ^crrobaS :e!£SadM>9^ ^aXi* ^9^? 

^;i:)BXb ^39? .^JSebiSfM l^oj ^2^ ^oroS^ ;bb9i^^3 ocn 

.;^3 '^'i^d ^SkS>> hfVS?ViS ^oo) ^^ :^b\o2 ^o\e 
.eopo H» Ab\ :^'bJK Z'iaoaab .boi^oiaa^td^a o2 
ail ysk .LoaL .oMlba IxS^t ^ wd^o ..oior .^ola 

.^o^oop ^ooAjSA ^ v?^'^^ :;b39t±)a ^ ^'^9? rr^ 

^ofiioo .U^\? ^^ ^^'^P ■ \; » \M ^y r^*^ ^?^ '^omp 
laU'lp ik^oas^ N»;3isi»b ^2 -o^d ;^alibi^3Ua^ 
^2 ^3 ^a^Sa 4^i? ^r^ ^^'^ t^^ -V^^>? 



2 I 7 THE HISTORY OF JAMES THE LAME. 



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^ ^o .^£sl Jap t^Ab wfiLai 9a z^kirakbA >^eo! ^sukua 

Ixjtidi loo}^ ^oisxl .^ao^f ;4^ ^is 3^ ^3 99 
^3 ;3or .^2 ^£s;» 5^2 or^o^ oxiaJS29 .\\,V) -^49^^? 

.;oor ^fsix ^isx3 ov^ ;i3f3 .^oroS^ ^^^^^ ;No9is*bo 

Ao zwfclli lyapio ^ ^o .^3>bps ^isxbo^^ ;\*iot» 39 



*>;3^^ ^ad^ \4x?'> *>ax*> 

lorn S^ii -AiA ^3 uQ30u&3a ^073 ^3 o^i^pLS^ A>« 
^3 yca^p^ •'?^? ^4^9'?^ ^^V* ^9^ ^?^^^? ^qA^ 
>^ a rt<^ b o ^ol ^ ^3 3w^ .003^10^2 ^ii'i^V^ 09^ ^.?^ 

;oo) ;&jb3 oor ^'^;&^3it 3^;^^3 oor je»i\Qi^ ^2 lom 

EE 



THE HISTORY OF POSIDONIUS. 2l6 

;!^^9 «^9^3 .oo! ^aupiiS ;oo) jQif.^9 .a{i^ lom I'i^l 
^o '^^o yaJO pao -}3>^i ^e^,? ^^^ ^^^ -c'^'^ 
..^^a:^ Jo7 ^o3i^ opoAl .^9 rV^^ ^3oa ^oAs h'ssa 
Uai ;3;x kAdi ^k, ly**ifi laH^ ^ ^^;^ ;oo] :aJa ^o 

.oM^^^x ybs ya^m I'Ssbh^ o^ '^A =^o! ;p;ac wClfU \ao7 

JSOdM^isia ^^ 99 -^^ ^^9'?^ ^9^ ^1^3 :uQ>o»o&oa«2 

ofjOiSi ^ioSt ^i^m 39 .o}^o3mopo3 ^>ke3is*39 d^OO) ^^^fi> 
film ^333 .^ 3^2 :;21Xa> ^'61 jQ)0A&030Oe5 ^jao^ 
.;!o!^ ^ ^luiio ^'yhio :o^3 ^ooi ^^3 oar .xUch 
lioip v\6il^ ^ .;&3ilUQ3bp3 ^3 5^2 .OTiAiCaM ^ l^^? 
^3 ^332 .^07 ^^93^ ^PP ^ ^2 3baJ^ ^ -^'^^ 
^uai :JSoo]f3 Jo) .0^3 m0!OmA ^3^ ^2 ;ior3 opoj^ 
:;IS^2 ^3 O07 ^A\.3>^ojB>a ^3 ;i3o^ ^2 .smj; :0„^3 



2 I 5 THE HISTORY OF POSIDONIUS. 



<*aa^^ .0&2 gaaat ^Om^ .^/io ^JSo^^ yO&2 ou>&0 



Foi.96^. : JlioujQ^ao ^^ ^007 m010>»*2 ^3 ^^^,? ..^x^ /aoLao 

6St!^ li^f^'\tp ;^3iSf30O -OpiV, 1^ ^^23 ;^oL33 ;3*3 

.^,3 v^ ;oo) 3^*2 .;i2 ^^isx^ ^^3^ o2 ;kM ^oj&^s :o^ 
;£su:3 .^^«3o^a4 «3aV, «^ ^U 3^ sa >^:0ol ^ 3m^'3 

;I'3^^ ;^oaLS ;^2 .fi\3aufi^A2 ;idJi ;So .^l23 ;S>ibfty 
loai 3A3 .oior -Ixip ^Miy ^00; MM>aey .2o :;!|C033 
5^2 ;^3>bo ^ M?^^ -^^^^Mi "t^ '^ 03AmO ^9 
^3^2 ^te^^ :o^^ ^o^ ^,?3 Soe .^aJsi ;so^ ^6s23 
;i2 ;9uo :w3isjQ>3^ N«id^2e .^A^ ^3^ 5^2 ^^s^M ^ 
^42o .;A^ ^9^>? ^99<^ }oo) M0io^23 .Jlab33 IxiS ^2 

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;&;^3o ?ai.'iw3 A^Ati :o7a>» 3^ dw3J(2o .;^3id9iS ^a^oi 

3A .;i2 ;3b^ 3A ^>«3i>^ ^^^^ t^ii ^^t"^^ -^^3^3 



Tf IE HISTORY OF JOHN OF LYCUS. 2 I 4 

.bAsiia .^1^ \y,y) ;>«oi(D2 M&oa^ ^^apottaAl ^ .^12 

\cbco ;:sQ^^ ^ .23 '^^^^ ^ ^> >^ -<[?^ I tt'? ^ ^°^' ^^''- 
;>>^I<aS :.^ ^ wtSi^ta ^o^ia j&Is^ ^ o2 .^tlVina ^i^ 

^5i^o^x2o .Js*oiss2 ujKmosm ^ ^^^^A? ^^^ ^^9^^^^%^^? 

^isAha ^aJ. a^A^a^b ^f 5^2 a^o «TyAA<i^.y^|i^<^#>H-^ 
;oo7 p(,aita 007 ?*59^^ ^.?^^il .^oo) ^s^^ ^isaoXM 
;s3o^ 001 ^,a w^ loc] ^isxao .JJx^a ^or J^ xc^ 

^*^a2 ^ora -J^ ^oo) a^'io .^asat^ ^ttto<^2a Jo^ w&*is4® 

;>^is£ia ;^o^a4 ;l!^o .;aor ;isA,ha w^ ^«2 ^ ^^9 

:;jao\ ^a Ikoi Ml ^'im ^2 ;^3:a o2 ;Aa2a ^o :^*^ 
.o^f^aaS ^A^io ai:^eS ^kl .^Ixaoo^ l^*'x^'? oTfi^i ^^2 
^'a^il )^ ^a 0^ yAx .\a±t ^S ^ ;aa7 :^o\ ^a 007 
iji •«A>*^^» ^ ^is^i >^? o7,aA4o .oi^o^iaba^a 5^2 .^iL^oa 
67S JS*2 ;i'ajQ>&3 ^ ^,?^2o .^oaAteaAi^ >l\so^ ^V^^ 

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oii \^ ^a ^ae^a .;isi*a^ d^f^^a 5u2 .^laajj^Si^i^ 

oJoAi ^o .MMiisfria ^ 5^2 0^2 ^k ^kdkS .^<>^ jQ>afiL& 

;aJS2 43 ^ ^^9^ outoai .p,a^ ;»>9''y^S;**> >^ ^ -^>?^ 



2 I 3 THE HISTORY OF JOHN OF LYCUS. 

;Iix l^'SoS a(S ^iJO ^OaiS i^lo .?*3m.33 ^9^a2 .(0>7»00 

Foi.95<^.;»9 jci: ^Sa .aJ^ ^^ -^^^ ^^ ^?^^ ^e^ .^oL 

^9o2 zi^^Jkisly -^^ ^^'^ ^ JKaai'^il ^^ai aa -^^,p 

loafxS isii ^3^ .^^so 39 «A 3>^2 ^oisa 43^?^^ ^ 
.^2 y.S Sibpi .eo) ;&2 a^rnbri .0^ ^^2 ^a ;l2 .^^oAo^i 

l^^ m07o4*2 ^o -aJi^ ^o^ ^2 a4»o .^3^? )^at3bo 
;&^^ ^3 ;LiAor .;i2 ;^3: a49,?o o^ ;l2 vxaAbo ^^oba^ 
.;&3m2 "pisp ^pobo ^ o2 ;lA^ ^ VeLyfo . 2o .^tSaiJ ^^2 

:^of Sit ^3Q^id >A^ uiisacUw wfr^oSo^ocd ^p oio; .w^d 
htioox .M^^ 5^2 ^oJS M^ ai»2 .;ft^odi^e ;a3A ^bp^S 

^ ^2 u^o 'locnfyy 5^ ^2 ^^gfliio^i .;aMMo2k^3 ^07 

J^ fisA^2 .or^oS ^ Xji iS^ar 99 .^ 9aL o(i2 ;iS 

JS*2kiisx2 ^01 39 .JSaoo! SkboiLa ^*i M^90>!S ^a>5i>bp^ 

00070 oSf2 .^'i* ^3^ 9X^3 ^07 :;i;;3o\ ;^o7^'i!^ 

.^ ^^'^ 9y^ aisa >^&js2 uoroS^^ ^a ;i2 .o^MJikS 



THE HISTORY OF JOHN OF LYCUS, 2 I 2 

sf%*isl <^or 39 .5^ Ui >^Vv>*n>9 ^oiba\c7^ o^ jii ;kx 

^e zi^ ^l >«*Avy ^^la m^»;; ^ aJ^ 5^ '^?^f?^ "^i^ 
U01 .^y^ lisa$lo ^ ^U?^ ^\ -^ ^1 l^ )!^ Ul 

.5^a ^«^od3 isfti 2&^ ^A^ ^^? .<^iso^ V??^-^^^ 
w^ ^aaisx2o .yA ubaa.x.ia aihsiax^l .J^oi ajaol a^AO 
iSAd ^ ;ooi Afiii ,^^ao aa ^.a^o; .^oa ooif ^aa^a 
22'Ab» ;&o*ai& .A iabZo ;i^jQ>a ^a^ ^ ^Lbala orau^ 

.0^ is^oo) ^oiisM 99 5^'i3!aK\ ^^ 6^007 ;a^ .^^olSm^ 
:^oo) U^m ^ ^23 Jo; s-^s? ^9^ ^A. ^ ^9^ "^^^ 



2 I I THE HISTORV OF JOHN OF LYCUS. 

Foi94^. aA^ oe^2 I .^So^ epj uorefiSAl ^2 5^^,?? "^.^f^ ^oof 

ft^isxe '6syail ;lS p,a^ j:l2^o :;i2 JS^bas ^ji aa >39\^ 
'JskA^s jx:^ iiisXlo .uisAti ^x^2 ;&Xm2 ^oS .y^i, ;i*0ol 

3kMM23 o7\Maje2o :Js^f2 StAoj aa .u&isa(3\ u^ k^2a uof 

pkM ^iSdas .^mI ;soS 6s*o ai .loo] ^f^b ^J wqo^is ^oo) 
.^2 0007 m070^ ^f ^^? ^^ ^ ■?ti.'«'j;i ^2 9kM«29 ^33 
>^aaa :>^iaa ;j>'aM2 ^o^ uo^o^is eoo) y^auMi aA 3^ 
^ojjb >4^ «^^of 9k^ .07^09^^ op 0007 \>**^ ?a^ ?^9 
o|^M9^2o ^aati ^libi: ^isalsso ..^Ifidi;^ ^isasa^ fsaisa .o7*xoau«a 

.;3.^1^aiK aJa w^ 3^2 .M^u «^2x t^k^or 39 .o;^o^ 0007 

aA ^ is^i a^isobo .is*is2 ;&» .Sy^fto z^aa is^i X^'i- ^ 

;Iaje3Skia .qS ^3^2 ^a ;a2 .jQ}^aA^o2a is^l ;Ia(QaA ^a 
uQ»«a\o2 X*!3a ^or ^ v^i'a >uiao2 a^a 'V^^^ ^ ''^t^ 
;aJs2a ;&d6ai^o7 ><a^^aottS2 ;ar :^tt\\?n^ ^a ^ aA .u^ii2 
JSASO ^•bai'? ^^A '^'^ :o7^o^ 4^ a^aa 007 :or7^o^ ;^2 
^a A^ .^39^ ^ vA ^^jbo .;a^2 ^o^ ^9k!^ ^^ ^l 
^vS^ao ^^ 07^ ^i^^2 .^o?S.\>wiy>n oa^i ^^^^ W?^ 
,oop ^ti*o ^S ^^? ^? ^i .l^'>>jso 007 ^Ma v«07o^ 



THE HISTORY OF JOHN OF LYCUS. 2IO 

SAO .}^o*>«b3 ?*Wi\tejL ooA .^«3la: ^ac^o ^^u^ aa ^1 

.sap >^3 ^^9,?^ ^ .otidXab oor ^ao\^^ ^ojo'SoAa 

^i yj^ .0^ .ai2 ^jsio 4^ -oor ^99^^ ^^^'^.P ^^*^?^ 
;*al23 ;paL^ 0^ ;oo! ^<^i^3 oor ^sg^io -^^^a >^Lx«A9 
aa^ ^<dlx dsS^o .;ooi ^^bob ^s^a^ii ^y*^ eore -la^o 
vnymb eo] ^ .o^iiuoA ;oo! >Vnn*tf) ^^oa ^ •^'fSUi 99 
.ZqSi ^3 ^aioixS moIssIL -^9\ ^^ tf'? 9?^ -^ ^9^ 

1^0 li^oyiso \^wyxS moio*^^3 %om a^^is^b Jor 1^ ^a 
jB>*iV^o2a O!^ouaa0o i\vy> t^2 .^a ^aefr^e .?A i\V Jap 
.JS*;!^ looj uddi .^pit ^orp ^^ .oraoucB ^ajb :;boas0 
:;a«^b Jiaa^ibos ^js*2 A^or ^ .^aisJitt ^oor ^aal^a ^ ^2 
^;ia ^oaj ^^ .(sic) wQMA^ao2 ^9^, is*sty ^^mo ;i2e 
^Aor a!02 >^aai^a or^soaisJaB ;soo! o^dy2 ^>*2a x^M^iwis^ 
?,ttn^\ uQ>^b cd2 ^ ^«oo! ^^tA^ab .(sic) jQ>*iV^ao2 ^39^ 



209 HISTORY OF A MONK OF ANCYRA. 

.^o;«a^b ^3 yoio^ 4907 ^'jiSip '^aO^^ ^,? yyVSySyN .^007 

;o\^23 .;307 ;is&i.,a^ k^lo ^^2 .au6s*2 >^'Se3 ^^a^ 

>^o ^3 '3Eb\ .yoqiS ^2 ;x& i^2 .00^3^30 .^oi^ I'js'yyto^ 
39 .;o\,to23 yoo^ y^p ^^isii 3^^^? :?.»\N>3 ^OU ^ 

;^^kaL3 ^^.^^ ^^92 ^o .6^ ;oo7 ^ijf? ^^ ^ ^j? 

^23 ^iula o7^ol^ ju2 ^uail i^p IPf aao .^ooj ^oJSo 
^.^^ X^ y^ .ofi ;oo7 ^^^ '^fiQ>2 ^99 >S«.a>iao 907 .Ipoi 
;JSA*boiM aJk^ ;»>oiiOMH*ia ..3^3 ^^^^ b^nilia ^a^^ ^ 07^ 
za{^ ^9^ ^of ^p l^oiiS^ j!!i 'Ofiio ^iSiisJ^lp 
\^2p 0007 ^\*x ^61 mOToa^ =^9V ^^? S,^ai o^3 
;jkfiijk3 \y>>^S ;oo7 ^^M 3m\ ^ .0007 ^ox 'piiso ^ 
;3^ aA^ ^2 .073 ^007 ^a^sa ^^^^o ;»>9i.saMHbo ^ -^.a^ 
;oa7 a^'i aA .;oo7 ^9^9 ^aot^S ;>m.^ .07^ ;oa7 ^sd;^ J!i2 
;a^ ;3g.2 ^a z'isil ^^bo ^a^b :aoroau;3 ^«.a,tjb.a8b ^A^i^ 
90^2 :JN^i^ ^33X3 aiisoilaooi^'p : ?i^^bftS uQ»^23 u^ ^*2 
007 .m3;#^:s2 a or^oi!0o2a ^^ao^ No^ :Oj^a ^^oaowib 
.;&:«olS ?^b^ V^^^ ^a^ao ^Aop :^*ail ;&<7r S^at 
Foi.94^. aa .^>baL I ;a^2 oojcab yOo^S^a^ btLbx ;b9b^ ^^a Up^aSto 
^bo5 wnbtiftS ^a^oboo ::ai!ii>Sb ^^ ^laooa :aX9a^39 

DD 



HISTORY OF A MONK OF ANCYRA. 208 

i^ly^se\ 99 -TiSivSa ^or ^$^ ^9? ^^ ^? ^!P 

Jao . oVoma ;3aQte5^i i^l >^o;^i ^!!L*33 Z^^Aa ^ft^o^aia 
^JSodSjMb '^^^outb? ^aoad s^''*''?^ ^3 or^oa^ist^ .oiN^ 
^i ;j^ou**|i^ orisa^ :o^ 4fiaaE^ aojs pivo .JKiboi, 

•>9u:S^b ;3mS 



<«^9aa&^3 9u^ ;*3M.b >2k4ii<* *>Mb9*> 

wO>iA3sie .pk^ ^l»b ^loAitj^ ^^,>^ ^,?^ '?9^ ^? ^ 
^ora 5^i -^pit }a^ MOTORS 00? ;isLa&ob 3Aflu^A 

%6a\ \iA>i ^jJkojo .^»hiift>b ^A^iJ^ a4^o ^bAds^ 

^oo) pi^l J^'b ^^^^^p ^V»*i :^ ^'^^^ •^?^ bb4>MFoi.93^. 



207 THE HISTORY OF MAGNA. 

y^lf jEi^ao .^S loo] ^1^ .000; o'>ia ^ao; ^^oSisiboo 
^op ^007 i^23 ^3§o2 cu*is3 ^o; ^>^ -McnodaMi'ft ;oo7 

^ai^isxo 0007 yO ^V ^^ati .007 ^^ia ^90; ^*2p ;±1«$^307 
■ AS i ^o ^bo ;^9 .ocn^aibttMHba'i 0007 ^Aa^ aa .^b^* 3u.m 
.yOar^aLSo*ar3 ;^o\,i.as.^ ^ ^o7^i«^ 0007 ^^^a-xaoo 
,^^Ai ;i^A>2 ;3or i^2o isoa\ crf^i^l ;^au*2 ^3 .oo7^o^i^I:0 

.;o7^2 ^4" ^ ^ a-Q ^ .? ^^9^3 ^^?^? ?9 .aoAa ;1!.A 
.;I^A ^^ a <i* ^ 99 .0007 ^a^ ;A'So!kJ3 ^ol3 ^^OA»0 

j(^3 :93^ ^op ^iuQM ;^oxsta yooo^i 99 ^^;sk ;sia^j> 
S^oj l^a] .\^ -v?^^ ^is*o;^2 ^ais ^o .^qS 

*>^oo7^ ^ t n > Sy*t> b ;a S i>^3 .^A^^ .0007 ^^ ^^slilLaJ^ 



Fol. 93« 



^oSa 4s*&'aM2 ^»>?V'.^in> .;aafiiA2 ^ia*,>bo l'>op ^a o^a 
^a^a^a .ayiisJ. o2 ^lil^i ^aJS 5^2 .^^oaiyboia ^ak^a N>2 
^a ^op ^a2 .;:^?'>.^j,ci> ;^oaMS^ ^07^2!!^ ^M.Vii^e ^opi^ 
Afn^\ ^^,?? ^^^ ?^9V»*V**? I ^^JK^a .'^a^ ;» ^2o 
^a J07 ;isxM3o .^i^oi ^^is&2 ;j.!|^ z'auM ^o^ao l^^ 

Xj^oi .;iA^ai ^ ;So ;isSo^3 ^ ;S;; .o;uko2 ;]^ ;b.,al 

Ti'aa .;a9l, "pit ^99^fl -^il ^ ^ ^0073 ^a^^ aA^ 



THE HISTORY OF IIERONION. 206 

6^0^ .q^SMd^Z ^^ ^01^ ov^o jB>tiV^3ol3 o^3 oi,a^2 
Jor .0^ }oo; MsS^b ^>oiab ;is3isl» ;is2^oJS3 ^jAo* 



.jsi^l^ Ulsoa yOa\'^opSjp vlej .^ao^kAos Jooj ow,'? 

.^I^Ai^p ^300 .OOrJNO^ }00} 93^XI» 2j>AOr k\*30/ ^0^073 

jlaoU ^ yOOT^ iK«23 aA^ ^\\^S .0007 ^.Ateba . pujs^b ^07 

}oo7 6s*2 ^a^ I p^ .ItiAfo SSi op 0007 ^«ii^y :.oo^aFoi.92^. 

a>»^^ ^^ \^^? -^r^ ^4'^^® tf'^,? ^^^ i^ v?^ 
tSiixb Sl>5i ^o^ t ji ^2 .eoo! oap^ ^ vf ^'^ ^'^^ 
:^isli0d ^ bisa ^d .0007 ^^2 ^p ^^ai;!^ '^?^ 
^ ^eaip ^)iXif\ 'y\ ^I*^ .^070^^2 ^09^^ yayt\'\ 
.l^y^^pao lispss ^p ^*a{^ 0007 ^>^\^*y) .^iiSiht ^ ^aob 
: ^3 ^07 yaii .0007 ^jiJLuoaib ^X4;i^o Jo^opxxo^^o 



205 THE HISTORIES OF GELASIA AND JULIANA. 

;3oro .o^,>li^ uT? ^boba ?tOMS ^a^e .;l52o ^Im^o 
%\aoL lia{^ :;ay.3^is «A aLo23 ;l2 ?iadja ^^ ^o^j? ^ 

07>»OU\3^boS ;30p >^?2? -^ ^^7>^^ }a^? ^^!? 

^oro .^oo! l^aJ*^ ^^?9 ^Mtrfltne ,3o^\a ^cU ^ 

^m Am3 ^iufu ?4>m\ .^0u3 ^3 ^>S^ .aoA'jl 4^3^ 

.^wai^ laubaJS^ :JiIxb ^of ^'iaes v^^a .^o^ l^^ 
*>07^ ^AbOMsa hV^^ ^^^ aisits J^l .7t\\^a 



FoI.92a. <♦ ?tte.VV, >^U^O^ «^4<'?*^ <*>!»*> 

6v^*2 ;aor ^a oyjsoa^slbo .^iodusk^ J(i2a of^aS .?,IftSkV^ 
;t^ .J(l2 iKo^a oi^aiibka *;xbAX BkbOi^ ^o^ ;Sa :JSoo) 
Xiao^ ;aor ^a^ a^ .^auM2 ou2 ;soi^ Ao -o^.a^ ^oS 



;Iait»flb ;oo! ^^2 : ^lAo* o^^a ^x^k ;is^o^3 ^a ^o^ 

^isaJa*o^b9 ^oo) ^^^^2a oj^^ ;ai.boijSboa .^aoJu^a 
uQ»*s\ao2 bda^ aA :^oaaa ^Ispa ^ao; ^pia .^^obkio 



THE HISTORY OF CANDIDA. 2O4 

U^ai il^'^^ o'A^,? ^^^ <^^? ^.? '3^^^ ^ X*2 
.Jist aag>> oil )^o .^>aoid^ .oov>d^23 2^ ^ 3^^?^ 

^l .;,L^o^2 ;aL ^ *^^9 '^oT^i ^^033 ihjLip ;i;!a 

J*^^ ^io .^;i!^ o^'iaeaao oiJSobisiMb U2 >^*oo] Ji*fy^ 

.jk!SL3lo ;9ls aS«. :;±L'io ;^'io i^;^^^ ;^?»'>^in> ^i\^ai 

;>(H>>\ft^i\iS^ft>fl>fn ^ ^o^i JslSkM^aab | ^A^i oib X.^2ao F0L913. 
^^AiQBM 9k^ >$^^^ ^^ox ^00^9 .;JSafiL39 h^^b ^oVJ3 



^tjioNya oT^aci ^a^^iii ^^«no\) ^^2 =^^? ^.? ^^^9^?9 
9^ .JK^VP^Ji ;^ea^aoa ?A^ptNo .fisa^ ?S^\>\,!>\,o2 
JKoo! ;I;^a }^9^ .?M»t*y>a Morof'aia ^iVJit^w ;^aHo^i!^ 
.^00] '^eM ^^9^? ^^^^^^ o;^>a^o .:koo7 ^aJSbo ^qS 
.d^'a^k oTXaa^o.o^a'aa >tiV%S .jQ>o>\.ttS ;abeL2 A^e 
^ ;,aor ^o7Qi0 ^o^A ^3ai)o ><S^aa ^'ejs^a ^siai^frcio 
^o^oia w»07 i^2e ^,^ ^xA .o^aij ^^S^dio ov^ba Ja^ 



I 
203 THE HISTORY OF OLVMPIAS. 

^ '^^3kS^3 ?,wiB>t5 :.^sIvo ;au3 ^sua ^o*b oo73 or^oika^ 
?^*t V)b o^-bax t^iS^M ^303 ^'oVJo 9^ \±b( ;lS ^oo^bs 

.lori^\ ^\^ ?»'«^*?.a ^alsk o;^ ^oS ^oo) ;3ii^isa:^ ^ 

^o^aS .6so6] l^tij^o l*y*!?p ^^^^fy ^ v«>oaA.ti^o .^ooj 

I .^oo7 ;U3S» ^'^ -^9^ ^^^ >^Siao3^o .^oo; Aa.abo 

Fo\.9ia.iJ^ ^o .^oo7 ;^^ ^^f39,? -^9^ ^sadtbo ;^odUi6So 

^i ^ ;^;l!^S 39 .^ooi ;l3o^ ?,as^^ .^ooi ;^i^^ 

^o^iid^ ;Nob;M^ ^^9?^ ^o .^ib^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^? 

jj-j? 6.00, i:^ ^ .jocsjiS ^2 {s,i3>. cjLd „i.{s;?o 

otI^;:^ ooo) ^os ajy^ ;l^ -07^? ^ ^^C?'? ^^t>^^ ^^^ 

.^^XDOM ;«!iii ^s\a ^3 yOAoi^ i^io .;is>ail^ ;3or3 

U^l .isoo) ;«iQ>3 Jiao; :otS>^^S isooj ^>ibob ^3 ^kbjaujQi 
.oi^QbOM«x t^^M 6soa] bfiL^is^ o^aoL^a .ooj&bo J^is 

loo] is^lo .>spm l^^P '^^?^^ ^^,>?9 ^^A^o^isbod .^00) 



THE HISTORY OF OLYMPIAS. 202 

op;^ ^^2 ^.i» •^>?9 .;\aQ!M> ?>*nTS3 iZho^ ;a\Yfc\ 
jQ>»atJ3 :soo] o!^^ ajGDoa k^p l^ai .^'o^i ^sAob ;il^>^ 
at^SSfl ^opia wMoaab ^a^Mia ^or k^a 3i^2a9 .jbodo^A 

^aaoi .jkII fr^isii fr^oo) ;lS ^,a 3^^ I .J^6i^\iX^pJb^Foigo/>. 
^VbftS aoAao .d^DA o7;soSo;sriao fi^2laaa .oiA^ aA 
.;isab«ai ;ik099^ aja ^A^a ;^o^ai3 .ftsoo; ^^ <tis*o^i 
^;a :u±duoo ,w«,ttAJob ^O07^i9^ ?at^t»e l^'isoksia ysk 

ei :;aoA el .^is&faM JS*2 a*V^ ^ .?V^,.t*» ?n3ia»a >tiS>>S 
iaora hf^iamo^ ^ A>^M1? ^a^^ o2 .Jiisaf^ ei .^aaatM 
.^aaid ;^a ;isxbAa:dAa ^ui ;^a^ ^2 ;lS2 .;is«icbo 

m07 isLhf cnS^af ;lsabaL op^a^ >*»>?^>\a <a2o ..OGr^£s*2 

^dwoos^a ^aaoa ^ ^>^ ^9**^ oja Ioq\ isAa oor .JSd^ 
;^b^a4o ;^^ ;11^ ^2 .;au]\ ;!ea^2 ;[!S^2o .;iMJUaA> 
.ao^os ^a .^aiso .?<p«»a ;iooro >^Om1 Jla^e :;«*ut 
^QmO -^^ ^? ^oao .^ao^a ;^oa*^e .obi2|^ ;^a ^aSo 
yoorjso&ao^a ^i^^V^ '^^ ^? ^fr^o^isoxbDo .^^oxao ;L^a 
A<ioAa ;JsV»t*\ .^ak -laahAa ^a ;^oaM*2 .^xVaa 
.^t. .^^^^aa ;^a ;:KOAbaMaao .f2i ;i^a ;ano .;o;S2 



20I THE HISTORY OF OLYMPIAS. 

o?«jlIvB ^!|^4^boo .irSso^l ^a^bis^ 99 ^Lfi^ia ofiol t^lo 
^9oi;33 wfisbbl ;sa2 .t^3 mOo) .'sibaL .o/JKoaoaa ?,ti«tiD\ 

^3 ^or ;o7^i^ ^00) Moroj^l ^fflp eo7 ^3 joo}*]^ 
^39^ %'^^is T^ 3>^ =^7^3 3010 ^JNOdiSfbob ^is'sitt 
W*nv)o ;bcd*ba^ ^ia^^Kboe .^auait ^l^ ^aii 9a .;j;3M.b 

;3b3o$^ >^yY> .^oo! ^fl ;^eoif>^ 9A :eoo7 ^t^^ ^of 

op .y0^o£s&i M070i^2a :uQ>ouab^ ^oo! o^b ^3 .oo^oiV^ 

bks o^aaio z^qcu^ o^ .?.tt»»i'oS «!j^ ^^^ o{^o 
3a1 k^io ;^ob99a op .. biie ^o^ ^di ^ofo .ojisoM 
^oojb .jojoinyiV^ranM ;aitf .^oubijijaol^i Morofi^Ia zwoif^ibs 
Jioxo ^3y> 00^? ^^ .^Xs^i^as ;4'^^^ ^isoiA 33 
oi*6s^2p ^iai^lo .qA^^2 ^^ebislbob ^tSoAX^S ,j»iS>bftS 
^^likx ^'339,3^ 33 .^fbaJa 3^1^ ;xo^ ^,?^ ^^'? -^^'^ 

■^Q^ H^kbob ^'XkbftV liitiiS ^ASJjSibOO >r fn\ i ^ ^o^2o 



^3^ ^3of3 oi^Atiik3 3a :;aul&9o^2 .^l^^o ^3 ^isauait 
' cc " " ' 



THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE YOUNGER. 20O 

^^ y^pyriS ;'S;s3 o^ad^ ^o^ JsiMaito ,l'i\it 

jjoiivui ^oaJSa ^3 ?i»\^ffi\^S .^^i ly*^ JSOAor :^ 
;&a^'2 .yO&2 ^a^i^bab ^,» ^A^j^ -^V^^ ^^>^ ^^'^? 

appo^ ^p 5^i ;^^/; ^io -^>^^ ^^^ ^ - yftyftb 

^lA^^^k^ .JLhoaJba ^*i^i ^^ ypo^ ^s?^ ^^? ^^ -oJOm^ 
;isbf^ jB>aba^o .;«Ao^^ibo ^I&^jb 6^ ^*2p ^I'boytt 
}iilA*A9a opi mO^ £s*23 ^X*i ;aL>t -fsf^f z^A^S^e 

67ii^dMd^£S*2;3or>Hi3UiJQ»b hXfti . ooT^a^o :^ft^k^o ^^>*b3 

:;k.o^io ^issbXd .^s^^b^o ; ?.»i\y ?m>voS ^bou^ ;3or? 



199 THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE YOUNGER. 

Foi 89a. ^^ajtt I ^o 'l*^S^ ^i*^? l?^ ^\? 4^*WiiS.\Sa U^ 
^ a n Vyh'i opAjSSxao \aoi Z^o^ >^^i ^^^,?? ^?^ ^^liwaa 

.eovb>o ;aa3 ;Lia ^a^ 0^ oooj ^d aa .;o^i ^^aa 

3m;^3 ;&aMi .^i^l ^oof ^o^> ^4fM^ ^07 ^i? :od^ 
oo;&2a .^aio^el ^'boooa ojad ;aJA$ ;oo! o^bAxb 07^3^ 

?i b» S i V b ^op : ;,3or 5^A^ ;a^ yf.^1 .^ ;i2 ;a^ ;il;9 
.3^ Ai.3 ;^^ poAso :5^ oo «A ^<.23 :s,a^^\a is&i 
;is^oaI X^mlo .;o^;i3 "^^^^^ ^^^il "^^l ^^? 
;oo7 ;a^ ab*!y^ ^ o^j; •'^^^i^ o^iAxap ^oia or^aisiMb 
.^a\i.3 ;:;4aS ;oo! ^Ax '^ •^cfr^I ;&ar ?'n\\'7b ;o^i 

^a^^o .;iior ;sa\L3 ;LSea7 oj^ ^ opi ^2 ;oo) «^fiisU3 
^ ^ZiKx|t ^<xaE ^auQ>^d ^^ ^lop .^*ils ^^ o;ba>< ^9 



THE mSTOKY OriOLANU THE YOVM(;XIL I9S 

.Sr>»i U9 k^? ^ -r^ r^ ^^ *uM»^ <*^f^? ^ 
2S .^I^f^ f^ <<a9^.^ rV M4 « <>ftift\N 2laj» «?>9^i ^ 
ci>; ^o J^'^9 ^ ^ lisio Z^i^ lisio 4V,^ 

;^Ja2LS« .;&^aft dsabiM^ Ssjim cik^U Z^xou y.nft>y ^ 
IjjiiiTa Z^^i^ 2$^ X>3 ;Iaja sa .»^Vi ^ka*!^ 
?i\)^g^ >f>B?o •^^'V *o <vSft\, » VV ^ y^ Ul iajii 

.^•41^ ^^ i^ ^>S?>*m1» aor^ 2^^ o!^o .#a^^4 ^^ 

;^ ;i»^ oi .^^« «^>9s $3^^ \ai^ ^^ocQoo ??V\b> 

•mil 2<Lai d^ *>^V< )a^o .;iJ.i^d 4L^ oDtS^ 
•kai2^dC0^ V^ or^^^? «•««»»$ ^ia ^ ^is|^ mm 



\v ;K^^^»71lA» j^»nft\. ^^^ \^4^\^ 



I 97 THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE ELDER. 

Ho .;»oa}3 ^ ^isl .lislsol VOu;isL ikoJiia ,^h ^01 

;ia>s2 -WpaiS ^bo^io ;is*3a3^ .iSsox^Qjax aJbi ^^iu 

;jI>m ^Sab .oior bA3y.o/ .^x^ ^eor^ '^;;is9 ^oisa 
9u3b ocn .^o^A ooo! ouidi .orJSoalisabbp^ oa^^iSjl 

^^2ba aoAa ^o^lka eu3isx|| ^^p ypioj ..007^3 

\da: 9u3 .;*a^ ^baSi: Z^aiii oooro .eu^^js2 0^ ouQ>«5iN23 

;b3A3 jSiahofti ^ ^3\ .?IiS>bp .^Uao^p ;>^o^^o ;ii>:b^ 
;L5ob9 07:^ .;is^oN3 ;&qS«a ;a^ ^rt'^ -^f'**^ ^ 

oof .wQ9caIi3Qii k^2 ^boi' ^po) MoroJKf2o .yCa^oo^o2 
^aJAa^'l lorn ^9 ^^SmA .^oo) ^aioi^l }\XMtti 5^>of? 
;9So .;o^iS \Lh^ ^^ai .;jsLaM .a^Aatia ;o^ia 2jsak^ 

^liLaJoisJOl .y^m*\Aa cuAisk^tS ^iviyo .l^at^atjsoo 
M07oki2 JLaab \jbx6 .^i^boboa^^ ;ax JiiliiioA 07^ ^S^^ 

^W J^a1& .;lipa ;^oawiib 9k^b .^'ao:^f (sia ^070^30 
"pyio lis6h$ «^2a ak^o .^eu*3 oi^o^^a ^o^ox!^ 
^ore .;*^ao23 ;\htt.>i ^ o^<^ wiMAlsisjka ^ai 1^ c^ ijiX 
aj6so^c*^^o .;isbau9w^ ^1 apio \sS ^sbbub ;u9 JSaaui 
^^obsA^a ^os^^ ^M^2 .;a^2 99 OT^^S^ 3m3 6^001 ;&^ 



THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE ELDER. 1 96 

.^&\j^aA or^aoLito m^XoSis ^^x^^ lom ^00^^23 601 

^sofikA^ . ooo&a .}A^2 opsxji aj6s^ ^00} at^lp oi^i^aio 

07:^X9^ k^2 ^b^iso «3o:k ^0^0 .JB>o&2la4 ^9^ ^^? 
>^ ^oiSfAb ^oi^ ^^ ^^^^^^^ ■Hj'WiNj ^9^ ^^^3 
?i?v>VNo .^eo)3 Jao .oil dJii^io .^i^ftiyfcS . oSisio v*&di> 
"pi* ^aio .yoxl ^is«i ^ikO<i3*b3 ^'3^039 ^ofao .^Lxbo 

^i ^k^if^o jsoo! ;*^ I'^im ^ISo ?v^Anino ^o^^a 

Xi;U>i» ^frii ^9^2 9^^ .^awJ 007 ^sdf 3 ^^A ^^iA^isi 

OpjOoI ^€99334 ^Jxi^'p OfM .?itBiVv»3 ;isiJLM 0r£SbAM3£l 

.^ooklo^id ^0/3^0^093^^0^ yosit^ ;L^y.jQ>ft\,n>i>\\ii3 

.^4ou3*33 iLiS .da2 6slis*2 .ds33M M^or .OOy\%S 3AO 

• I #• • ^t # \^ *» mm * ' «• ' # \ ,1 \^^^ * • * 

■?iN>tfiioS jKljs*io ^3^is >i^^3 eor joohA^o^ v*^ 0733^^ 

?Hiit\ ^SMIO -^4^9 ^007 ^^3 ^39 0073 U^yOL ^3 O^ 

U^xk aji^ y*^ ^o&a^o ^s^^^ 990 .^i\x30^ ^i^o 

^ -^^3^ ;i^oauo3 i^^^"^ .^ol ^fiabi ska .o/JKos^s 
^siba 99 .;jsob3*oa3o .;^9p^ ^^Om*&3 ^ooj AN»>'*>3 
^ojSa ^ai I >^or 99 .dyA^3 .^Millio ^3*3 ^a\x3o^ FoI. 

.^3339 ^3 i^ %\i\St .^00)3 ^ Oh^A OT^^iCads 



88a. 



195 THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE ELDER. 

ooo! ^AjQuai^o .M*p!sois^ jQ»o^!ktt .Isii^ ^a7^^01Oia^ 
..eaiL^ o!aaSa: ^aio .^aJS^o ^Aai yOai^oS .^saAsIs aJa 
.^s?it ;^07'ibp ^3 ;boab .oc&2^ ;i\sa ^!S»St OOO! ;:^ ?a 
t^lo .;3ea 5^2 ^o^i ?ii.\,'i ^£s$ 9^ -^^^^^ ^^oa^o 
uO} A*3 o^ .^07^ 5^i ?,i^i.t*«a oi^bOM^ )^^eiiisso 

Jof .^aXd'S^ X£I ^3^? ^^^? ^^ >^^ -^^^^l^ 3Clo«^ 

;^o ^3^ A o7^3c^oi»o 07^pf ^ 9^1,^2 ^ul 1^3 

^^>*bAo ^'jSSk^ .^3f t^^^3 ^oo) ?it^ oTu&ti wbo yck 
OOO! ^33i^ ^^^-f ?9 -^?^^ ^^9?? ^A^^^ .^JjQJa^o 
^ 6;*!^oai^2o aj'^ oaj ^2o .o^IoImIo ^XdiV^ ^u 6^ 
07!^ ^07 ^9 9A3 mO! .op 3j6m ;Lj^ P,?^ 39 -tooi^a 
^3X&^2 A .;^323 ;is39 ;jiJ6s3 ^s^Latt ;i^ .^M^ia ^om 
?,M>t^rtb o^som ^ ^iK^i^ o2 o7i«5is& ;l!!^ o!^b ^S ^oS 
;fr^Q*3a ^oS cnaa 007 J^2 .67^0^^ a^Ja ;l^2 .qIauM* o!^bau«S 
.^M^ ;3;i2^ .i»w^2o 'JiiJa^l ^aisiao ^fo ;JsAhoiao 
^'ifiU2o ■Ji2^i^ ?>S^Soas mOToSsi ^o^ ^a^o .^c^hatyto 
..^sskfiUio 2>aa .b*a^ ^Ijb 07S 0007a oo! .2ll\<^fa A^aaa 
.saild^^a ^L .ojaa ^saaa ^i.box aa .^^II^Ijo ^ibf ^a aisis 
.an^Vao! wbkl'^ . o\\\ ^.boAaa ^^Ma^a ,o7.!iL^o ^jt] 

I ▼ • •■ I \» II ' !• • aa < III ' » .• 

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^oa^i ;oo! oT^a ^isaoboafisa Y^f-yt ^ ^^9^ -^^ 



THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE ELDER. I 94 

.^30p v<ili«^yfr>a 5^ isAo -^^^s oo;&j| ^^st^ ^itioSlp 

,fj^ ^^r^ ^^ '^^^ ^^^ '?^'^ ^? ^.?^ ?^^? 

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dVB>t^i ?^ ^93 07^ wO^ .^b eo7 }3or ^^X* 99 ^.?^ 

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Itxox^ op looj \*2 aa .^&^ £Sooi ^<ilx ^^ao ^auQ>^o 

^3 007 ;Ldeb zlJiax ^iao^ au^io .^aJlIo ^'b^ bs ^2 
^a ^x^ .^isL^abao |aa\ti2 ^ ^oo; m070>m2o ■?»VVv»2 
.^xiis ;oo7 Maisxap i^>^vri ;:^a 6ai .;^o&xlb^ 'fO^'ii 

0001 y^tM*iY>o .^Aiic k^CKo ^aA^a ojka eor ^is yoo^ajs 
;aL\xbe;A 0007 ^^2a ^X«2 ^oy\>S ^o^i^oja^ ^ 
eoo7 yijaao aa .^e2sa^o Z^va^o ;5tttto^A .^oS^b 
^^koS ^a e^M ..ooiJKo^ ooaj ^^? XaA ^aisodoe 
.^9^0 ^^i*j? ??*nV7a2 5^2 eoo7 ^07? | .A^amlAo^ ^oraFoi.s:^. 
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Ma 0007 H>3uCU» .^isai^ ea^^jsaa^ .qi2 ous^i ..q&2 



Fol.863, 



193 THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE ELDER; 

■ # ' ' / / ^ #* * ■ t it mm » " \ |»" ■ ' \' 

.^^oris^o ;^fisis^3 fiseo! ^I&tta ;to^o .07>3b ^07'i^ i!S4ii 

.13073^ ^^3^0 OI^SOSm JSiSf JaoisO .;«33k3jba^i^ ^33 

001 ijo^^mA^o .^S oof yOu^ioo .uOMUobio .Qfu4 

^A3£iis2o ;bf*'ai> ^oo^^o^ ^^? -^^bS^bp o^^kSbS ^a3a£s2o 
^3^ ,?l3Mtea>S^a oor jbou^i^oij 99 ^,?^o7 ..00^ 
.uQ?oba»ft>>*vNe .^boauiQ}*;^ .^boiiai^o ?iii\y«>i\i^^ ;*3oackA 
^or .oful^o >(0»\)Oi'V^\o uq>ajj(bA^o .uq>A!^3;i^o 
^otloi^i 0007 ^007? .uQ»*&oibo2 loo] yio;e^2 yooy^a 
opui3 yboo ..^UisoL, I'^m M07 .oa2 ^Atii ,?t>fiche ajca^bjs 

» • \ • till V ,<■ •• \^^ "•«»«< i" ' ' ' " 

^ au^3 {1<4 ^^S^Am I 230f m07 A<Di»lft*y)2o JQ33o9uiQ>«2o 

jsoo) ;i^oix> ^JSou'Sb «3e^ ^a^o '^oo! JiaaS ;«S^ 
^mO .?t*Vyia>S.^a ^a {[aof J^X* ^,a aa .^o^sAioio .oop 
073^20 .Qp ai^is^ea soucdo |looif ;\ft59 .oitpA ;\*iaVi>S ;oo} 
.^a^M isao^ 67S A*3oioEM )!^ aa .}3m«}2 JS*3a o^Iboaio 

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THE HISTORY OF MELANIA THE ELDER. 1 92 

.;isoio^ ^,?^ ^9^ ^\ ^j^^'p oor }u\ ^^^ .or^^Mao 
e'o; fr^o^ -?^?? ^?^ 'V>'0 -^^9^^? ?»*>«» jb <^92o 

.o^ilaa: ^,^ ooT .^o; ;>SS.^ o;ifl4>' l^o^l? vA<itoax 07^ ^2o 

S»jL ^^3irk? ^^9^?^ 07S0uM>2 vAbaxo 'of^p ^>»bo\>7 
.^iskof ^b^ 390 .M±iQdo ^^a^i'S ^^X^ ^>»'aa\Ab 6p;aa op 

l^aja ^2p ^2 .}:soulA u&oajsj^o J0»cnl\\,ft>\y :a&6o(2o 

^Nsttoa^^ 2aai oor .^sovca \S>>*if> ^^>AX^ya .^aua ^a^s d^p;3& 
k^^o o^JcAi k^^ .;isl«^ ;i^030VCd3 ^aJS ^V'/Van 



<*.^S rAm ;^&k»tt ^^*> *M0*> Fol.86a. 

^ oycy>\ii ^007 dv^*2 .^jAy $9V^ fi^^^ ^^?^ 
.^Oi^^oo^o2 steu^aspa o]6sy3 .^apooia ^ ^o2 .2*&^ji 
.;^?'r>^ft> ;fr^oftxa juxiaoa ^2 .;9^ ^oiot^ ^a ^L^kis 
^isai^o ^ao^ ^as 6^00) oMNf2 9a .;is!i»a2 6som ^a {[aof 



191 HISTORY OF THE VIRGIN AND THE PREFECT. 

lj?a^ 4SseSo6s3a JS007 ;m>^o .^isxSpJb^ l'^i>!so ^ 

^07 .^m3,3^ ^^^^ *^'^^^ "^ ^?^^ 4a>- ^ » ^ 9 ^39^ 

.Akfiob 5^2 ;30pK ;oo7 U^ol l^'S ^2 .;IaJit >SS?^ 
^o o^^auab '^4^$i^ ^'be6 ^^iSkn sao ■'^ba ^on^isslo 
oS .atJxli^l ^ya laxa^Sc o^X^ a^b»^2 ^1.3^1.07 -^^js2 
007^ 07^ 9kil^ 3k^ .UQ»^2 ;i«ouif3 ^oo7 ^outjjsb iSl .;'>j^A 
jULba ^oawi'bd .^JS 073»V,i ^ :9oAa3 .07.td\x2 07.^3 
.^ytia^ "mSmJSjl ^^;&I30O7^ ;lS3 .^ ^3 661 .07S ^^4^ 
^scro^ -A?^ ob^isJ. ^ ^oJS ^3^0 .bj6u*jk ;^uQ>a ^o 
u^'swl* ^07 St^ai oxibi 3A .t^'^3 .Sa ^kb oTtatjbi 

.07!^ ^.bKAi^x23 007^ ?,^/a?» oa^i sao -JiSksis ^JSoil^ 
F01.855. ..oo7<i'3^9jQ» mOoi y^3 ^V*j ^'^ 1 09^ ^A^^aoo eobij 

»• « » \^ t It V- ' » ' tS i" II' ' Vi'* »■• 

^<a*^6 .or^oSoisa ^bv& 07S9 0073 orsa/cba ai&^A<bis 
.^9^3A op <t^^^b uS ^^2 ^is^oals .;b3o2 sa ^07^ ^90) 

^2 ?.<&d.l3o .wih9 .cxM^i tiV^o .M^soSb l^'^xBi^ .09mi£s*2 

^»yi,\to .;i2 ;ba^^>» s^x '^cu XAb . 9bi|oJS.b «\jAd7 



HISTORY OF THK VIRGIN AND THE PREFECT. I 9O 

.[o^';»] ^^OL^o .;a^^ «\*aor ^^ait -f?c^ ^*?C3 ^^ 
;Iis ska ^'ii^e .o73u>^uq»23 ^lab'Sio ^isl'fo ;»*A ^ksuomo 
oj^ aao .frJ^eO ^^ ^,?c^A JS*^ ^^f2 aao iwiSor v»^9 
^^aij .o^ j:i2 ;oo; M«faj( ;i^ ops •Up^t' ^?V^ ^^ 
.^isSoA^do iS>< ^aa .ov^ ^oo! ;^2o oo) ^aovcd^ ^'^9 

aA .;^ jQsoboLa ?.flia;a^ Joo) ^oio^f^a .v<&S^o*ooSi\,m2 

^bo^o .^2 ^^3 .w»:kS$^ ;i^^3 o^ ^^2o .;*3ooa23 
cp;^ ;Sj^ .opia ^2a A^io isa7aa;s2 ^ aa .?A^ o^s 

.jaoi\,»\ft^>23 .vi*070^ ^ooi ?^3b 007 ^ls>< ^^a^ 
;:sisi23 .^307 5^23 ZvJ^^ ^H^i^ ■?MAt\ ;oo7 A^bJia 007 
^001 0^^*29 .o/ofM £sx^o ^'S^ 6^>3 ^001 ^2 2aM ^ 



189 THE HISTORIES OF TIMIRUN AND COLLUTHUS. 

;j^aM,3a ^bl^ Xila ;^i -^o^ ^a^ pkb 3M«isisjk ^aAiJ 



Foi.84^. ^tsSfrtb .;ls3isi» ^xm >^9iA3 oi^SbA^is ..oVtV^iy, ;oo7 

o2 .3u^3 ^orA >rtjBt>bft^ ^^f^?^il ^o .;3y.3a ^ooi ^^alx 

;^js2 ^iSp .vA ^Nap ^lSs ;3db2 3k^ .;io;A 02 .^^^Ao^is 

.ft^oo! iih l^a*^o ^'vy»\MO ^^ ^6^^ ^,a ^aj ^23 .^kx 
;oo] ^2 .;^03uMa o^^*2^ ;»>o'\fl>i a ^o^a xii eSl .^p 






THE HISTORY OF THK BLESSED WOMAN AMANTIUDA. I 88 

\>e ^kb .^ ^9M>kb ^fis&i ;l3^ ^ X^^ .^ocj>S>\iftt\e 

o^ ^ ;A9 007 .isthip opib ;*3M .;aM2 pA .;o^i^ 

f^X^ia oiJSo^e oiikoL^t* ^xa ^^ibbd^ 3a .;SoL3 ^s^m 

/•'• lit I ^ »/ ■« , a ' ^^„ ,< 

yoao^^p oi^oS^bo .^o^ia ^oauS^ oVnoa .^o^ ^mAx 



.;'io^JSbis ^p l^"^? mOO) ^2 .oiiy,t2 ik^jiioa ^3 op 
ordNboi m!^ ip^ MiOpb .;'i*^ ^'iaeaa mOoi .'aabis^a 
;b*ba ^bbOLStS .>^k3iED ;>>ViVi*y>2 ;oo7 o^b .?M»vnb 



187 THE HISTORY OF THE VIRGIN PIAMON. 

.U^ai .oo!Jso^ >bpi 99 .ov^ 0007 ^fboudS Xi^SMadiia ^<^i^ 
oeo? ^>fi^3 ^^^?9 ^^o^ >\\;V> ^3 ^ojso .^oio^ 

0010 .^^N^p^ibo 6;^9b4>' -^^? ^o ^? ^o ^isS^ ^2 



*>;fiS^o6o ^A.^^ ^9<* <^o7^<;* 

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^croi0 ^^oo! ^>f0^2 ^307 .Ji^a o^&^^o^ ;oo7 ^070^20 
;oo7 ^*2 ;aMM >&3^ao pfs ^a j:b\ -Ji^a^JS^ ^b^ paii^sb 
^^ .^^a^i >^btj :a4x ^901 ^aiisa^^p -^isAst ^b^^ 
;^ ^b^ •^'ie? ^'9^ "^ -<i??^ ^ ^39.0 b^ 'J901 

^£s2o .;is^bjbis ^^smms h]i^ i^h .;is^oJS3 ;3or3 or^fbjd 

^a>\\, 39 ^'^^7?^ ^'^^t'^? ^oia oi^*btJ 'Ja3 ^ 0007 
.^bb93 o^i^ op ^f**^il 'Vf^il v9^V^? ^94^ ^?\9^ 
yfl\^ ^ato^ab 0007 ^n^y^^iob ^07? ^^1 o^ ^^^9 

^«^2 ;o73 .J07 67^43^ w&ab .ooT^boA oiba^ -yOo^S 
^t.3 0^3 .^bij ^ %9'>?^^> vP^J ^^' ^^,'?? ..OQ>ASn 



HISTORY OF THE VIRGIN WHO HID ATHANASIUS. I 86 
OOO] ft!kS30 • \* * ^^ kaJ^OLtlOJ^i JKiSL^ *^*^''^V ^V^ wM 

JA'iStO .o^isoA ^MAO ^>^d ofi^^ ^ .^#ntti»o 

o^ Jsaib9bis2o isojoSsisl 9a ^a ^07 .^is^o^a Zaor ^^oS 

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;iS\ .ub\>>bft^ ;s*^adU .yiio^tMib r^r? v5^^ »a^S^2 ^5 

^a^o ^!!Li2 ;^2Ao St^oi oiA^oak^ ^ .^^a^oS %j^ ^i^ 

?t»>iHS o7^JJc^o *^\^^ ^'^ ^?.^? -^^ "^ ^^ 

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;^09 ;ooi J±i& ..^ :k*3 k3o ^a vad2^ ;oo! 2^33 .op 



I 85 HISTORY OF THE VIRGIN WHO HID ATHANASIUS. 

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THE HISTORY OF PACHOMIUS. I 84 

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.loo) wOli ;S oraM.b ^ p90^M ^3 ;aa^ .^oo? «^i^ lj>ai 
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v«&«aaa .0^ 3»2o o^kb ^o^^2o .^i^ OU^ '?^? 
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.0^ ^3^20 ^cpA ^a^3^|[ .M«M aA ^3 ^^0^2 .^u^sa 
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M^ ^isi3 .ia{ii ^ ;i2 ;^o .A*3e ^o\^? 07<^2 ;»;; 



183 THE HISTORY OF PACHOMIUS. 

.>jbA^6slo ^ba^ ajai:^ isyxo 6s^^l bjisJoL Jap .A^ ^oo) 

^07^0 .^op>^ ^3^'>*^ ^isbob ^J^^ ^? ^907 aJili^ .23or 

is^l im l^yn ^d ^ .^ ^^Six ^itsaoti ^ ^2 ;l^ .^^2 
;p;acpo <^M.V^ op(^ ^9^ ^?9^o .^is^o^A }3^M ^M ^001 
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;<2i3^ J^ 39 ^3 wiO? .6^ MO07 ^fiblx ^07.b94x i!^oa;^9 
;330m oiSka 39 .^^ca £s*jpi^ a{i 6sooj ^^ -Z.^op op ^907 
Z'i^bao .^3^*3 opA3 Zisiia>y isoaj o^JS*2o .j^oo) Zp^i^ w*07 
;al3 ^3 'S^ii? ^9\ l**i^^ ^^? ^^ ^9^ ^o^ 
.l^ayso -Aa^ o^ ^9^ -^^ ?Y>\\3 ?*o>^ ^9^? 
^'3m2 .;9oi lj>x IppJCiio 3k^ ;ii3i^ 6p:3 ^ ^sor ^3 ^577 
.^op Z901 ^23 JJcaoboa ^2 uO^ ^ojojo^ba ^'^.^s^soU ^3 
ciis^p ;907 ;S ^Cbix 39 ^x 6^3 isoo] Ivixsni U^aio 
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.;js3*^ ^>^>^ >^o >^4^3 ;^o >^o^ ;xA JS907 l^» 

;3b3V^ a^ lorn ufM^2 ^30.^^ ;Liiab^ ^>^ -^^ 

I JOO^SQ^S^S Z907 Z^b>^3 ^SJsia ^907 ^iJ 39 ZiS3O303d\3 
Fol 820. .^3 ;jI^3 iSA2 ^3^ ;itfl^ .oi^ k02O ^ A^ O^ ^f^^ii 



TflK HISTORY OK PACHOMIUS. I 82 

dy2o .Jasol xiS ^XmS <K*2e .laoo'iao ^JKse ftocso ^"viii 

^*2o .3abp^i ^907 MOieiuIp d<«2 .JJld js*33 fis^Io >2u^b 
X.2o .2,3y.'aJ3kA2 i^,>K,3 ^iio .^3^ JS*33 d^o .;a^ fr^3 
MoroJK*23 JSa2o .^%\^\il ^070^23 is*lo .^aoa ^007 Mono4*2d 
ooc) ^33JCd 'Za^^ 0007 ^bqlL 39 ^5 ^o^ .^o^^ 2oo! 

.;m3 ^ft^^H^ ^^'^? ^^ tt? ''Ooi ^«2 .^s^?? ;3odo«» 

OTSi^UOB .^ op ^bdJGDO op mO^ ^^S<^ -^WP ^,?^ ^?^ 

.op 000; ^^<Mo 'l^yJOa ^2 0007 ^aoLo .^'Vlo ^ao^a 
eoo7 ^JSiMo .;3iL;3o ^33 l^o'^o .;Ao*'itl3o ;3OM0a3 
.^siaxk o2 ;3;*xO ^ ai^a -^oo^a TaAfib 07S ^^^alxdo .6^ 

^aaay^ ^ Ijioj ^070 .^p ;x>b ^07^ ;oo7 <^2L cdl ^ 

?S>^y ;^2o ^3 ^4^?^ -^? ^^? 't^'^ ^.^ ^ -^^>r-^ 
;^o^2 ^ ;3m ^il^o 'IpaSi 07S 3Jia 5^2 ;«3^ai x^ 

07^9^9 -^^ ^^^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^? -^ ^?^il^ m070uA^;S3 

aii ^it^o -07^ ^9^ AVy**) y^ ;No^i ^ ijx** 6som 
lom 30^ .^39 \Sjes diss ^o .6soo7 oiJs^bei Ho 
p3ub 6^007 oi^iabbMO ^ »lo7 mo; >S^l .oa^ *^V^ ^^9$^ 

007 ^i^A ^3 ^307 I .fiS^JiSAS O^ ;3i»2 3A ^JSOmI ^OJ^ Fol.Si/^. 

.^007 ^A&iiaMior ^>a>»t 3^ ^o^ ^3 ^»>?'t'.'^jo .^o7JsL3 0^393 

Jsils4xJSJ^3 007 ^thfttV* 6^907 ;3aUf9» ;i^ 3A >^ ^,3 mO; 



Fol.8 



161 THE HISTORY OF PACHOMIUS. 

^*bo^3 ;^o .a4^A3^ ^o .^ £sS^ ^is pqiL ^oo^ 
^^ toeo^ )Sp .^^oa^a ^ooT^i^i ^*f»att v?^^ '^^^^ 

^oo^p ^,p .oo^ ;oa7 &il5 -^ip^o ^p^ ^a^ v^^^ ^^ 

^9^ .^ap ^aobof^ 0007 ^yioi yOii>it\xp 000} ^^2p ^iAO 
>^l^3i^ ^3qS«9 ^^^ .;^;t^bp^ o^ loo] abpZ .wQ^AbSQp^ ^a 
.oooT&a fui .JKhaAa ^Sor ^^^ o^ a»2o .A isbaoa 
.^^A^isis^ yooo^^ iSp .;&o3jb obaKaibaS ;po^9 ^io ^^ 

^otS JSbAop ^o^ ^a lioi .yhSt ^ya ^070^2 ;o^i 
;oo7^ .^ojJO ^2 ^>\batao aa .^Abaaibo U^^ ^007^ isAp 

.^li^i ;i3d: 5^2 ^2 ^aoii^ oop ^a 0007 .^^oj IxoiJao 

^oor .»iBa«boorv^ ^?9V 9.?^ <^?^ ^^ ^-^^ ^^ ^? ^^,? 
;£S'a«p ^is ^a ^og\ ^^2 .^m2 ;;!0^!^dso J^2 op 0007 
^07^a '^.p^^ }^ \^o '^^^ ^o o2 ;;:0^S> ^bo :fsLA 
%oa] ais*p /0,p^ ^o .^1^0 ^o^pM.^ 0007 ^***^ ^.p 
.0007 ^*Aaisbo ^k ;o97 istl'p ^a ^i^aA,p^ ^2o .^ooA 
^<5^o .^oAf? '^^ d;*£s^2p ^A^i 0007 yixxlis ^a ^sdAa 
ia.^'aM2e I .A^o^ip 0007 ^J^ ^'a^ie .^orpo^a 0907 
^tia«A ^o^A^ 0007 ^AboJxB pA .^'abd«^ 0007 ^*3ij>^a 



THE HISTORY OF PACHOMIUS. I 8o 

w^^j^ ii.\a>^ "^^^^P -U^^ ^ "7^^? •'^t'^ ^ "Vf^^^ 
.^isxo t!^^? tOAard .ooT^k*^ ^lo .^e S:L2 ^90^ ^^3 

pgi^e .^ai ^t^^o ^a>f^b ^o^ ^^^5^ ^^M^9 -^si 
.wkSiiiAL .00071 23^2 '^iS 2sS6s6 .!lsSja ^lo .00^ 

^3 ;^Oi(D30A yOO^ pAS< ;^'j| •^fA>%P >^ ?9 t^<^? 

;i^oVA3 ^saS ^3 ^00^ .yoo^'3 ^*3k>ao v?^^ r^^* 
^00^0 .yi'V^^w \Oa{^ yooo^o yOait,^ ^3k*A>i yst ?«7oSutt 
.^*\y,h*n> ;i^3 .^MjEDoa ^ijQ>a>bo 39 ;£a3 sm^io ^^aaa ^'yh>jsp 
yOs2 :zLitjio .^lol^sid ^Ae '^V'^^? 6y»y3Lt3b fi^«2 p^a 

.;isauftO O^ ^3UA» 233Jp »S^O .^330 ^iislo ^3JQX^ 

.;iNaufiK3 ;3m ;33a ^^^ .o^^ ^,?^9 3^^ ^ .;is*iQl 

JS^M o;3fioi3 oo^ .ly*^ jc3 ^oo) t^2.af.»3 ^o .^^\^ 
jSJi ^io ^23 ;i^ ^ 07^ loo] 3»2 .^23 ^c^'s^oo 
ojSnS^ .;No2s2 07^ ;ooi du.2 ;saoro .^33 ^aaSddi i^^s 2^i^3 
^Sa ^sio ^304b ^ors 2iaxo3 ^ .;^23 jlxiA oor 

.30* I yOO^ :aU(D .?Si^'it*^0 ^36^3 ^3 yO&O^ '^0^ *El03FoI.8o^ 
5^2 ^070 .MiQ>a •OO7S ^BUCD ..OOIt^sis ^il0>3 ^O&OPO 
..^auSo ^3 2'33A .O&ors .00^3303 5^io ..OOTt^diK 
^3m2 JS0eMB>2 O^ ^OO) JS«23 2*3*3 ?*iftft23 .sA 2oo! sill^ 



I 79 THE HISTORIES OF DOROTHEUS AND PACHOMIUS. 

*:<^or Za*p »^ ^9^ ^9^,? ^^9^ct ^^^ '^'^ 



;'^3S^ .jQ^o^^ab^ ^is lofT it!^2 .l^ajp ^3 oT^Ns 
boi ^ia ;3|, ;i!l^ &a .^^Sihioe ^aisJitt ;'S303A ^Flljosb ;ayiM3 

.^3 ^9! 2aM.bp cro^S ^b*^o Jil&^3 .9^ ^x ^^o^ 077^^ 
^iat Sas pSf,io lorn ^Ji^ •'^,?f? l9^ ^^.^a? ^ ^.?^9 
^bJa '^9^^ ^9^ ^oL^o .^JSooa c^^ ^007 <^2sl .^3 

.or^b^ mOO) ^tA^utb ^Uk ^ 39 .«lar ^^^3 b^a ^2a> ^oro 
^b/o "^fua a^ ;obi isA is^ha^ ;^ ^o^ 007 ;^2 

;fr;>*bo oiaub Jab .^S ue>«boba^ ^9\ ^?*> <'^*> 

«:«uQ3u,;a^3b ;iLip 

.uQ>^jQ>u^ ^Lajb^^a 07«^*23 <^93o ooa^^a^p ^dsis 
¥o\.ioa.}km 0970 .^tof ^ ba^^ ^907 o^^b I 3m^ ^9V ^^ ^9^ ^^ 
;q^is ^30u*3 ^007 i\\>i!bob -^a^^ ^070*3^0^3 2007 bisiao 
^007 ^%**isl .o7isi.^Ltl3 ^^I 3^^ ^c;^ «\j.^b7 07^ .^xsliabo 
ob*is* ^ .5^ isatbb^isisla >^?^ -^ '"^.l^ ^^^ ^ 
woojo .^c^^a v^^ ^ "^^^ ^' ^^ ^i^ .^bbr '^\ ^^I 



THE HISTORY OF ELIJAH. I 78 

lom l^3o .^3JS ^ol ;k39k^ ^oo! ^o^ .Jo? ly^^ ^ 

lorn 39 •^,.?^ «^^ ^f^? ^^ ^r^ ^9^li? '^^ ^^f^ 

h» isfiifb ^Sib&S .op ^^2e MO!03Miio .^007 l^kctio eoia 

.wifl^A y^i 6s*6a] k^\A>2 ^*o^ i^i ^so^bs ^^^^ ..001^ 

uOTo^K .<[d07 ^007^ "fpoJSXl pikO •^07^? isii ^^ isii 
.2307 ft^^s JKoo) o^^Ald Sboi ^oio ^» ^«o7 .&oa> .o&o; 
ill k^^a -A*a ^^3 ocp ^2 ^bala -^jle :aS ^ Jati^p 

I -^o9m3 Op \«aor 07^ >?iso;^ -^^^9 ^^?^? v^ ^^ 

a{^ 0007 ^^s» a>ip^ <u2 5^2 o^ ;oo7 ?Am£s23 e'or ^i3Fo].79^ 

.;x: ^ 605^^2 ^ ^07^ 3»2 .^3>>^2? ftol^M .^A 

oiS ^3^2 .^3 o^ e>fv>'y K^o^io JS3ay^dii23 vA ^^xko 
^or moo; ^^2 ^ •^o* ^sa>ti> sisa .«^fo >^or ^odor 
ft»!!^^3fr>2o .y*&2 ^007 kOfab ^0073 ^iboa .;bi*3a ^23 
.^07^03 ^007 %^ .^ajis^x^ Sit loa\ ^o^b lispl^Jk 
^007 ^3il3 ^2 .^^'iXhi Q^ ^,?^ ^ ^^ 19^ '^^'?^9 



177 THE HISTORY OF ELIJAH. 

U$oi^ 4^ •'^31 l?^ ^,?^ '^**^ oubS^ wo^i^ ;^o 

MJSbslSjEip .v^ ^om is^lp hof ^^ou* ^\lT ^^. -M^'^^ 

;3u3is ..^L&ao^ ^IaotI^^ qj^oa moto^I ;&o7 .^aaSain 
.J^boa a}6spix*i^ ^ImO jsoo? ^^^boo .^^s^^aclo >«oo) 
<« ^S)o2 ^fbo^L 7iS.vS ^yJOulo iZiaoxo ^iAM&^itxSp yO&I o^Vt,?? 



;»9k^ JSix ssoL 990 -^or ^i? '^»a^ 9^ ^co7 ^f2 .k^ 

;v^o7a^ ^00; ^xUb ^vp .^isL^ ^ ><a»'aAisi3 ^oo; js*23 
:soo7 ^tia^a tSa^ o^ ^aL&AO .^S 23*b ^a .?;Ac» 

Fol. 79a. ^lls^aO .^07 ^3^,>3 ^2 ;aUbO .^0/ jitDXQ323 I ^0076s3 o^ 

;l^^ aa >^c^^a ;eoi b^^ mOO) ^iuijap ^07^^ ^^f^ 

^isoa^i ^ 99 ^,3 ^of .. XA Av^yp A^!^ \&bdi ^007 
.\^^ .^*;Lbo2 ;33m» :n>< ^o^ ^^ .^ooi ^a!va>bo ;.^\<;^3!ft) 
.^^>^'^ 5^2 ^^^ 3^ kXJA .^2 iin>SS^ib ^oc! bddfp 
^^o^'a^QA '^^^^o .^2 ^&b %om ^^^js^ ^acj^>^y 

uoioi«*2 ^t^ai o2 ^jsS^ ^iJx a^ 5^2 .?A^ \om ^mti^JL 



THE HISTORY OF THAISIS. I y6 

hiial ^3 99 .)!l! ei bila^i^ l^\ ^ ^^^.? 9.?'^il '^V^ 
?isA,flb yoaoM ^ >yV> yftfK»^i c^94? -yoo;^ ^^ilo 

A^fii^M fti^Sb ^t**!^ .;o^i jso^ q!^^o .;A^ o^^ 

^3k^ ^^J^ ^ .oaJl^JSf^p 5^2 yOo^ >^ 9uAa 34*^3 ska 

Z.>V'^*«iS >^^ eoo] ^titVV^b ^^Sbp '^^o .;aiS ^.^nnti 

.2 ^2 .;3af o^isA ^eoi 3^2 .^m ^isMOOX^ 6;^ ;fM 
.0^ 3^*1 99 .;I^ ^ ;\jb o^ ;^2o .m32 >ft>afty,iia 

;3i^^o z^\ ;Lq>o^3 ^ ;^2 .^oai >(ta>io\,ii? ov^A 

5^01 ^,>*of .ZfM.3 io%m loa\ M^iss|[o I ^ol^o^ ^9V P,,?^^^'-^^^- 

oyitili 3 ^36^ ^oo) wM^do .^^sou^is .}x.b oo^ ^oo) ^Ip 
.;3^2o a{^ ^oo) ?o<fli» ^,3 y^m -^oo! ^3uau*3 ^2 ^ 
.^0^ yoijl ^?y>^ra3 \y,y .Misobbi^ ^,?^ ^3of ^inBo'ni 

i^i^o .wa>A^ ^?Mi ?i*nM>*o ;o^2 ;or '^o^ ^ ^H® 

.}js*^ ^307^ fi(^lA(3 ^eu ^3 .^i MuihAkOr .0^ :k3m2o 

Xio^ cjis^oAo .^isjyj^" ^oM 'Jo^^ ^o6a^ ^;; ^?^ 

U^ai .^*i» Xb3^ ;i^ Miw&s .^»U3 liyt.2^ .Jui* i^ndnS 



1/5 THE HISTORY OF THAISIS. 

.^*^3 yoi6{^ ^^oiau^S J^23 ;^,3l .0^ ^?^^o uOjoS^a 
p,3^ 0070 .aoAa ^*^ jkS^ u>^ ais^ >M>i»3 ^2 ^^^ ^2 

wOT -«^9Jio ^eo7 opOai .07^ ?<^^^ ^9? ^1^^? ^ ^li 
.;^ou&f ^ :sooi ;Isit3 ^a>bo\a ^Mi ..^s^ia op ^3 
o^3 .^oo7 ;3^2 3A .ikSsiio isLjaoa llaoaa .o&2 ^bijolo 
"pyte!^^ S^oj 09m rMboiii o^iso^Ia ^<Sui2 .oak\a o^mO 

;&;i0O .^0!b9 ^3\A l^^^ -lOO} 3tL3 71,3^ OO? ^3 
;3.30^ JSoS ^^f2 .p33Aa ^3^023 sisS bhOO ,^»ttii'.V >^3 
3330 .073u^ ^OOI OpoS .OI^m 321 ^3 Op7 .^3*iM 

;3yM ;isiXtb ;oo] op3d^o .^jso^is ;3m« ^a*,?^ 0^02 

.;is3o^9 ^,3m ^ikoa ^ ;;^j; .07S ;ieo! JOax A 9a .^issoSif 

FoI.78a.;jiaO^ O^ ^OO) 3^20 | ;iS39Ui6 O^^ ^OO) i^O^SO^ ^3^2 ^3 

.^3;iiiu ;*n<M>S3 ;>\,A ^S ^aojl woor .^3*3 JSais^ ^xjm 

^\ji!ioy, U107 07^ I'yaai .o^jJSUoo ^o .^ol 3^ ^3m 

;A^ >m0079 vA iSfti 3il^ ;j9mi2 ,^3^ft;^3 ^^^si^ ^^^l^ 

?no^ 007 6^ ^2o .'Jo^M J^ Lboous .^o^l^i^ ^2 
^a^bisdsp ;^2o -lofii^ t^e^.? ^^^ <^^ ^ ■vff^f^^ 
i\\,y .o;JSoS u9l'3*2 ^3^^3 ;i^2o .^6se!iaa ofsax 

An .^^e^^S^^i ^^5i!^AbP3 m9^'9u2o ^'^^^ ^js'^^ JLi^o^ 

-uis^i ^aisl ;iS ^,3^ 99 ^3 3^!^ ^3m^O ^SJSl MOOT BO u Asi 
^JNtS^J MOp ^>3baik< ^3 3a0 .wS^Om uA333 oo? .^dof yj Ajl 
.^3«iQ3u3 ^O^ 007 O?'^ ^0<'7 ^?^il -^t>^ ^^ 5^j 



THK HISTORY OK THAISIS. I 74 

.oift^fM^ ooo! ^^SJK» .;iue3 ^ 0007 yO07«iK*2^ 

.o^ia ;o«M ^ ;oo) ^^js^ ^ 'O}^ ^oo) ;i^p j(i!i^o 

yoiora ^alis JSoo) ;kcu ^^o; 3flA? ^o^ ^ia .Syiy 

P,3^ 001 Cn£SdAM33 ^JKOUX ^ ^?t',?I^B>0 .OP OOO) ^)Ui3 

.o^iiaii . (Q^i^e^JU^9 5^2 000; ^itt ^^^ ^9^ ^2? 
-Im^lp aiiaaxsio ^a>*ft>a ?nft\, 007 ^aor ^^ibax ^^a 990 

^3 M07 .o^oitle ^aA*3 laoj JOi^l .^oo] oi^m 990 ,b]i<cS 
001 .;is>S>tt^ ^ wSo6a .07S >»a>»2 ;aj.*3 oq!s 07^MA p^ 

;is .}ajt>^ o^ ^?>^ilo .;^3 ^o 6soo] ;Ioxb0b ;Ai>« 

;3or ^ d^ isA .6^ 3!ao|[ ^a eo! .;j(D34>' if.?^ ^ "^ 

^yao .07S Aiojlo .^2 o^ ^^l ^? "f.? -^^yii ;is4 l'>>*^ 

.^o3 ;3op ;i!^o ^ ;'iu ;^ jui .isii ?^fis» ytV/ii ^3 
^ ;^ ^ ^;L3 ;aMi .iaA .is&i Ss*h 16^2 ^ ^y^i 

.0^ xitl Ij^ai !^,^ yO^^JM H^f\ ^st ps^o .^qSi 
;L3l .^^2 al^ :s3M2 y*3 moj .?o:;^2 >^23 v^^'aa ^isii ^alo 
;L3l . ;; .^aio q;^ 3M;[e -Jifse ;;sq3^o ;o^i JK*23 Ui 

;3AOf ?*>^^ .^90 ;A^09\»0 ^O^liSi d«yi23 1^07 M^ai 



173 '^^^ HISTORY OF THAISIS. 

^uS^b .;^anjQ>aiS ^>o2o ^cn'S .aj^Ja^ ^isftfi" 'Ji^-t^ 
;Ioaik^ o7^£bE^ btlasya ;l3o:s90 ;I^a .^ol ;9kd ^ ;ai 

o^j^ais ;!i32 .?io!^^^ ^o^ ^ ;i^ ^,? 007 .^^lad^b ^ai 

.;o^i^ uo^^o ;oo! ;^ ;^2 .bdxstjsia om ^moI mK^ 

JSoS 0703! t^of )!S92 .^Vaj: ;S\JK&o .^a^M ^^a^^akp 

.^^oa^2 ;1ao7 a^lo .I'isysa iSsoS^ 6soo]o .;h6jOj^2 

^oti .^^^^o2 ^j^o 07^0^ JiinO .07^ MJS^ 0^3 is^ 
;aL^ ^903 ^xd oat l*6yh ^y^isoo ''ishjoilp ^07^ ^xt 
.Joi ;^isii ^a\* o7^^ yao .;o^A oA^o ^^ftOjoj^J 

,js.rttSna «lo^ k^2 c^oa^o <[.?^^^ ^93E^ ^oiOAoa^^? 
i^;& ^a -otL^ ^^^P^ ^3^ ^'^?,?^ ^'^'^ ^ ^^ ^ 
;x^a MfiSiapjL .o^^L^ ^u^ao^CKap ^oorao .liseS^p ^itabad^Aa 



.d^i^a ^\^ ^aislbo aJk, u^ .^Iao^ Z^i'io^a ^a 
Joo) ^«2 .^o^i^ ^*a<.o^a yoia^ ^at^ ^^^o ^Q^ l^o 



THE VIRGIN OF CAESAREA. I 72 

^oo! ^^ )iia*i .aii^ ;l^3 ajy, ^ o'or .Zae^cu^a ;oo) ^al 
jux^ el ^1 a\3 ;i^ mX03 S^I^o .Ifoija eoi ^iio^^ ^,? 

I .M^iA ^3^ .3^1 2A ^OktXaAi!^ ovQ>*dio «3ayb y*a^ 

^o .Jac&a M^ ^oVi£s^3 aotl^ .A ^^L^e ftoLaissIa ,\^l^ foi 76/}. 

"^^ ' I II « I lii'l II • • < I ,' II # ,1 I «•• V <• 

;Lkbaud c^Satt ^a 39 .ojdli^ 07^^ ^ ^do^dad ;^ tHo 
ijQ>*^i 99 .^3 ^^,?3 ^9k -^AdA)^! ^ Jo? ^^isakA cm 

\ ,!• I # • »«''H"'^» *• \ f ' t* t I I I 

'^c\ ^oo] ;a\I ^^o .^k^^^p ^o* o^ ?^^ .>\Ah ^9 

.hOii ^1^3 o^'oSto .^i^itt jSasS ^y^ o^ COOT ^tV^'aaya 
hbo ^JS&ai mo; .?\nt\ ;sa'a^ >^d^b ^a^b ^sool aoSib 
^sl^Aj; Ao .ni^yfcV>S ^oo) ;auayb <^ousS .?;»'\fl> ^a^o': 

.^ 6a\ i^oiiS mMaSi 'y\ ydaA>y .^2 ;is«:»a '^?^ 
o;o32 .01092^ ^?o^ -^y*^?^ "^^'^ ^>^? ^^ "^"^ 99 



1 7 I THE HISTORY OF A VIRGIN WHO FELL. 

^ .iL^ ska Ji^ oS .6^ ?>^i^«l? c^oro .^^iss2 ;3or 

02 oTJSfM A ^^9 ^?4? ®'^ '$^^>^? t^or ;:a»oI 007 

.^^ ^^^^? ^1-^ ^! ^^^ )i&bo;a:.bo ^I^L^pboo ^a^b 
Fci.76^. jd2^ A\^%? ^^^ 'l^\ ^^ or^odu^s I ^Saub^2 ^laofo 
6s4;3*isi ^3ub ^3i^ ^^A^b ,o7JsS>V^ ;x.ai) 23iCd 3^ 
00^23 .2I2 ^^o b*s bAo; .oi^o^oJSisb ^^ diL oi^sodujsa 
.%<a^i^ ^ila ;L2 ;lij^ ^3t30]>a ^ib ;oo;jk ju29 t^or 

A^ft2S ^JSfldu^ aJb iV^^fSboo Sa^'^. ^^a? ^^3UQ>p 

.^^ Ni;ay.3i:3 yoiop ^*jtDa ^oor 



bibox^^a o^'adiid oo) 6^2 .^2ik^o Jcii who ^S9iss2 aa 

II ■ "^ • I ■ ' ' »« « II \ • •• ' • » II » I 

k^byijs^a ^9 Xii^ aao .|lisL,a&oa ^^^^V? ?^ ^oaA^ 
.0ia^oiQ» ;ae^xfisa oieoi ^ ^oo] ^isKisboo >^i>^a 
^ora ^ 5^2 07002 )2i<Aor ^auxtt .oor ^oailS 07^s^ 
;^atJUQ>^2 b*a 007 .^gfiUo^i^ ^ia^ouQx^ i^ao2 .^*;iS^lS 

' II t v«. .. • ' II < ' I )* I r 1 1 

aAo .^olb eo/ oo) ItadbJS&a aii^o ^Qu^*aM;i^ or,aM*i 



THE VIRGIN OF CAESAREA. I "JO 

i^o^^^ ojosi Jap ^ooi ;ii3jsis» -^i^pd ^xiK^a ;i39 

^i cnoai i^or ^auxtl .eoi | ^aOxaS ojXOxikK .o^^ooFoi.75^. 

^o .;o^ii >i^,^o -^9^ ^^?^ ^9^ Mo:e>^2 .;^atlo^i 

MOie4«2 ;3'^9 o.?^2? -^^^ ^ ^ i^i^^ ;» pi^;? 

jcu i^flo .y^e;Q!03ij }oo) ^^l^^^9 ^ .007 lal^ lorn 

Q^ lorn 9uib iS^o .;&3^M tAl^JK||3 ?.4)S>v« .opi^ 
eo^ 0^90 ^o^Si 0^3029 ^m 9^ .oor ^olb ^ft^d^ii^ 



^ ^oo? ;3^3 Jo; .;&s^eAci lorn is*l ^k^ ;iKaIb 
^^ ^*sjE ^Xouoi^io ^ouoba^^ibaai ^oo)o .^isSd^ ^iy^i 
iS^o ^^^dc .9^ joftt-o*^ b99 >^3isx2 ata ;307 .ym^ oi 
.fts^?A*otM o^adiia 007A ^3 c!^ijQ9 .^b\*e ^Lvso 
o^aoL^^d ^3b*i .;^o^Js aisa d^^aa ;La3o:;^ laoak^o 

d;^ii3^ sdUAboo ^<>^3 007 207S2 .;33o2 ^ ^oo; ;^j;a^b3 
^i; -^*^o ^4^? ^^? ^??^o ^isoioa ;3^ ;^o .>^33 
m0V>?|^O .^iS30»3ds J^ lo^ ;30P .5^3db ^3 isfti ;3l 



Fol 



169 THE VIRGIN OF JERUSALEM. 

rs^'-ya^jslo I .^yjayiaa ^a^o ^Ixti ^SJoa lorn 9£ibis23 
.3^2 ^ ;sl&d :aSi ;^o -^is?^ ^^^ ^tijal ^ 9^9 
Moratldio lisv01 M010X34 ?9? ^^ -^^9^^? ^^^i^^ 

^ MO!ouA>i ;&aoro .;S>Ad l^op m^ oapj^ 4^^ ^ 
^ojs ^3A9o .o;^o\«Mboa J^3&3 Jo^ Mcnouis*io .;l^ob03 



;i«x^^b Jo7 .^dso^or ^op ^^2a ^%V1^? ^^ ^ -^,.?^ 

;^0A ^s^M^o .;^euAf3 ^3o» ^!i.^ .^odbo wbp aa^b 
.6^ ^oo! ocbo&bsb 007!!^ oi^soS ^!^Abo .o^Ixedu ^a 
^iO^ ^bisao .ylVtotiio ^^a ^^^^ .cp>it ^^iso^2o 
;l^2 .;iso*o3ii>?9 ^^oa^op ^907 ^loba^^hp .^0^2 ^Qm 
^^ ^9^o .JLfiLbkA ^aos i^V^y ^jp olq ?t'ilii >V\,y> 

t^obb^^»3 Jo;^ ^^2o 'U^'^ ^^^ ^ abb'^2o .o^^Qm 



jll % fai l 3 au^ ? 4:^x113 07^39 ^3m ;is^9^:i ^3 ^9^ 



THE HISTORY OF PTOLEMY OF SCETE. I 68 

ouListto^ bdo^b vso^ el .^oTouitiKUs ^i^ :u2 ;i!^d ;aaes 

;3pu ^ ^3 :SOO! ^.OUmS .OldSOfibQ}^ \ySl op %V>\13 jdi 

A^fia ^Xm <^03^ ^oo) ^aoSAO .^/t'^ca ;1m3 ^CDi^boait 007 
i«^ JSdJl .^^ }oo! ,ti>*o tOiAO yoaaao .dp ;S$^ ^oo? 
.^Q^la iiso a^ ju^ 990 .^07 Jft^oa^is I2t\^ 
^ loa^ ^stA^p yoioj il» -y^^ %?^ ^ ^ 00^ ^>h^fO 
99 .J)0^ >>^3 ;'•><& Vti^^l ^ Jtt ^00; aoL ^i^oje .;l^ 

» \ » I !• jl II # » \ ' " l' ' ' ' 

;^^o ,;^m^\^j> ^ ;ooi ;AV^ ^^*^ ^4 ^?.^ ^,? 

^,3 ^^3b*^ .Uaiso^ ;^^^^s ^ilsikt ^e .^'ai^ lfy^\p 

OAO] .;isS^fi\3 ;&3^QiQl yO0V^*2 p,a^ 01^3 .3M^3 5^ 

^bA« .oT&eop )^p l^ho iaai ;,39r yapo '^V^ ^f^^ ^,? 
Ja2^ ^ .;^o^oo2^ o]S^ 7S^\o ^?$^ ^ "^^ 
liso^ix Ipai ^,3 mojo .Iqm iSV*nv» )S ^as^qsa p,>» 

.oo^is*2 ;i^d yA^ia .oujsab ^jA*i .opdi \^ o^ fi^ooib 
:^>1^ 5^ ^o\^ ^LaafiL^a ^o^ X«iJK 



♦ ?«V^tVj poraai >^%^ <*op^ 



1 67 THE HISTORY OF AARON THE ALEXANDRIAN. 

;i>a^9 I'is^^. ^9^o .yOa}^o\ ^i^o .^'Sobofbo iu^saisoJ^ 
.^op9 9A uOeuaSa^a ^^^js2 ;2^ ^jao/o .^S^ ^^^?o 

)^ ^*;il3fe. «^of i^ a^ .xtjbx^^ .^sa^«»3 >^dx>3 ^suibois 

• < / ' < w ll / • ■ » » ^1 II / II / II • ' / I • 

" » A I 

^«3 x\ ;oo! ^2 .;3.£i9o^ W.O0C2 ;jsxA .;^QtiL\^^ 

;:^a9^ ^ ;eoi ud3^ %^o .jQa^id ^^i^2^9 ^ofL 

^^0*03^30 ;i^a^QjQ323 loo] m07o>^2 aa 34\ ^or -^"^jkAba 

,1 

O^^ ^VyMO .JiOOI i^f^ ^9? i^!^ ^?? ^^ ^ ^,?^ 

- ^p^kodp i!i<A07 ^Aaor ^6i y^ .07S >SS>ai,i ^^ouMiao 6^9 
.0^3 ^0x3 Op >^03mmS^ tS*ao7 o^ Jsil^ .073.^9 w*00] 

'^t » l» # » !• '^ 7 t t ,t ' ~ aa I II 'y II • 

5^2 .;isa: ^'ii 5^2 ^^ mOioSi^ ^^fi^ ^'i ^7^ ^o\^ 
^a^JS2 ^i^au^ ll&aoro .^at3LQ>^^io «i*oroLQ3Mbp ^oiOahojs&s 
JSoS ^aka ^OJS ^019 -^acTT ^of ;L^a llocrro .^001 
^o^ ^07 }oo) }aoi0 39 >^'o^2 ^aixouAo .U«^,? ^^oai^^ 
oa^b^boS 3^*2 ;A^2 .^3\€l& 3^a ;l.^ aao .;Xopi.^ 
;A:k2 ;^oauJS oaan^So .opea6k3 ^330 i!^ ?.3>nbft\o 

^ » »'^»i/ It I t ' r*i»" «'* " ' ^ 'II t 

Fol.74^. <*;ioS^ ^ MtfO ^aSjX I ^3Q^f ^ol 3^3 -^,,?f? 



.JB»o?^V\,*^ ;oa| o;^3 U>m2 Jsii «90JS ^3 ^001 M 



THK IIISTORV OF AARON THE ALEXANDRIAN. 1 66 



<* U^xuLy^l yohojl iiS*^*^ *>^'> 
ovQM^o '^MX ^30)1 o^baxb jdl «3o:k ^,3 ^001 j^2 

^iS^is .aa)i 99 uQ>*a\o2 ? > ^^V^ ^^ ^e? -^^^^ 

;^o ^» jsiu .^Mttio ^ aj3^ ^'a^ ? i^Vy ^^^ 
^oA!l^oj| ^a ^boS .;iVfvn> ^aJ^aci .oid\boa ^d^eaojoS 
^a ^ofA yoaubfri ;i^a .loa\ abel ^eS^ oo! ^^la Ml 99 
op k^la ^la^i .of^'^ aoL^2 ;ao^ aA ;!0a^ .^Lais 
.;od)f dptl^isap A^? .aojjs^a ^i^t'ai OTS v9^>^ ^^^^ 
;aaae ^a ;eo) ^a >^l'ait ^^I'alS k^Ko^s&o Aola ;\d2 
o!adoa 2oo! w\*tto .ofis^oa;^ y*a JKoo) ^'aAtiJs .N»23aea 
ooo) ^fi«^2a ^07 eoo] ^^JUapa 5^3 .^os3o ^ aa^ 
99 ,lqa] ^isMOip ^il '^^ ^,?^ «?»\ft> ^f? .oiJSo^ 
jsa^s.^ ^o -^f'ai^ ;4?^^^ ?^^'»*^ ^ ^^OT ?A^ft 
•o^uiQMk I ^H kd2 ^a ^9UQ>& -^aaaa ^ai o^ Iqm >lafi^A>;ke FoI. 74a. 
^90} ^iu^a ifoiy^tllftjL^ ^fAt^ 99 .wQ>a«£i^i ^9^ ^ 
^f ^V^^ »^07 ^ -tt^^^ ^Vt^ *0»\i>>1ft>j^ ^ ^a 
9a ,^iiL Iqm ^jl ^,a 00) .Up ^^Ho ^^9 yaou^Aj; 
^ fai^ ^ ;oo) ;&'i.o -IV^aa ^001 ;,.^ao .p,aM ^iS\ ^ 



I 65 THE HISTORY OF VALENS THE PALESTINIAN. 

or^o]Ii^^bba^ ^^^^^P ^^ >^? ^^ ?^o '^?^ ^^k'^l 

^ \iAor bdo^ -5^^? ^^ii^ '^^? ^Attoia^o 5^aiaoaS 
;l2 3M29 ^^,ibo ^ xiil .W^mI ^,aae a^^ Ao .^isi^ 
<^odoro .07^ ?^t^o Sl^ .ILfiUoa ^ MOjOA^fts a^ .^ 
>jQ>v$ha^ ^AAS^a Itaaxa^ ^f^o JA^ S^ai aa .<^isAtl^ 
Z^aaa>» JSin ai^ >^ ^ftoVft>>\S»Vii^ ^a o)i^o .2aQia 

op]^a4^ -^ ?^^9 "^^ -9^ ^^^ ^^ ^W >>>abbo .^oa? 

^JS^L&a 5^2 a^e c^oop w9ajs2 ^aqS ^,?^ I^^o*? ^,? 
Foi 73^. A^ p& ^2a .JiLiA a^^ ^^Qm2 o^ ^kb | abp^e .^Isaklti^ 
?M>y^S o^ aw\ JLLtAoI .^uaofib k^^o^2a ;I2 dtx^xn 
^9 5^*2 ;!^9a4 op fluboaio l^o01 ^a^oyal ^>or -^'^ 
.^001 ^^ JSA|l*&o2a aJa m01o5o^2 U^^ojo .^a^ .^ 
\iMa .^a ;JSflaab£iu6LM ^^ .jLaJM» ^aaeaa ?A\.MOt^o 
5^2 ^JSoA o^^ o'yhSi 99 .Moioj^io eaobp -opcAi 
^oO^aa ? i'totoifft'j ?^S>ricli3ijrt» ^'^a -^oa^ ^^^j? 

<*^2^ ?»S>riattiri>e 



THE HISTORY OF VALENS THE PALESTINIAN. 1 64 

;iu39 j^^b .3^ 9u>a .4^^x<K ;^3ft. ;s^ oS? ^x^p;; 



<«?»ii»y,o»\*^ uQ>Ao \i<?*> \^aa*:* 

;^oau^Mb Iao] IjJS sfoiSoh ^e\ ^i ^^.^ouoxab 

eo} 5^ia . a intoia o^ Mov^oao^a om^^j| .^o^xm 
^ftaasa 5^2 .\iAor ^al ^ a^iS .o^ ^^^ ^^^? 
fis^k^o .^q&mS M07ea*2a ^an^ri ^oo; yA^ a^^ .mo;qSi^ 
.o^^^j; Ao 0^0 .;,a^aduQ>|^ ;oo! S^ oj$^ Lai c?\,*.*ift 
tl^i ^o^ aNMJSJI aao | .6;<^j[a ;s0a^;b^ o^ ao;;&i ;aoi FoL 73a. 
;s0a^ -skiAJSil ^ao^ ^,?^ ^^^ ^?^f? ^^\ '^j?^ 
\ciXi .?M»T*if>,a o^^ao oi^i^a ;aL^ ^9 a 2^ ^0^ t^la 
.]lxao5a ;ijl2 oi^j^o ^e^s ^a aa\ .yOa^Siu ^^o 
jQ»*aibB ^o^ ^a \fibe .^aoo ;juQiA ^9^ euis*ie 
a'ai .oojba^o .o?»>S>llS >3tl\%S ^2^ a'aio .A«a ^auxb 
m'^^^ «auOM .0^^ >^oIa aaisxj|a eo^S h*a 007 .oq>Ao^ J&i 
;&2 au^ Ad .utt^aAo^ hsfa^ Sf .qS afiol pa >^au^o 
jB»Sha» ^a ^a* ..^aos J^ ^a^^ ^^? 'V^ ^^ V^ ^^ 



163 THE HISTORY OF STEPHEN. 

em 5^2 .;oo) ^3 3i«\ ^oi .;oo] 39!^^^ 00} ojia oor 5^2 

;fuAO 3du6& ^mAx;; ^,p a? .;&^^o2 U^ ^a^bob^po 
^Ja ;3U^3b .a^bisl ;3isibo ^'iaea ^m 5u23^b ^'^;i^ 

^3 ;^ .bi^ ;a^ ;h9iSoxS a^2 -am ^,3^^ a>*fli^S ;o^i 

9m^ eoo! ^QS ;is9a ^Jtabp 0001 ^ali* -^oi ^pcrr ^f 

aa?); ^07 .?*ttS>v< ^3 yoojiidbp alsa ^3 Ao .^0^3 
^^ 9A .^Axa^ ^oords A? -3>^2 99 ^ 33X0 .^ ^ao 
.;i'o*iQ}& ^of 5^23 ^o;l^ ^-^^I^? -^'?^ ^^^ ^is&2 

Fol. 72^. ^AQ^iuS 33^ejk3 y^aSt .^ ^O ^ ul3 99 3ji!^ | ^Op 
^3b03is^ JioO^X ^3 .tSf^isXl ^3 ^Of .^I^02 ^hticS^ 

^X*2 \^3 ^3&o^ <*^l^o^ ^'^^Is ;Sl^aLtt\ ^^? ^ 
.'J^i dv>^*2 h*9 ;lsl^2 ^ :;^o\9JQ>3 ^'iaa o^^&b 

OSi3JSX23 wSa23 ;3ae3 i\iri3 .^U^is^ i^2 ^O^) 39^ ^&3 

'#"* \,''* { ' ' ' ' * ' ' ' •»'»"• 

.^of ^^^?^ ^^? ^oiors .^a^isl 3<'ro9^3 5^2 oNAao 
,^^^,9 eo] Ji^2 ^001 yM*9« ^bbikSs ^£^2 ^Las Jlhaal 
;^aa*^ ^ 3Ai od2 bobisio j:b\^ ^2? .;^au3?o 
;3;«i ^3^3 ^<^i^ eb^ibaS ai^b oo) :^o;^23 ^assq^o 
.^or^ebisibob jt'i3099 ^bis^JSfe ^Qboubisisjk ^ :^ope;^9 



THE HISTORY OF STEPHEN. 1 62 



MOdol .l^^soS^o ;Lx3 ^aaea^ "fV^^^ ?^ ^^ '^ ^^ 

.yO^i ^o^ ojS ^ooi ^bbl Ixoj ^^ om .^mohlm ^ ^ooi 
2^ ^» ^jl .^9 JsStfolS ^.9^ ^^o .^of ^11^ ^,? ^ab 
;3o\3 >^^\sa .^^1^ ;i^ l^^?^ ^ ^ ^il^ -^^^ ^'^ 
I .ucnoa^M oi^f29 kjQ»*3\o2o uQ»*&obo2 2aL9Lb .m&» 2ooi hdM«5 

^ .^lac;^ ;&079O£V3 MoroiMi23 ^oy*L«Q>atj; .oi^oS ^fj; ^ 

t^,>!^0 ^007 yA^ mOIOSm^ ^9^ t*.? ^.P' *^ ^^ ^ ^^^ 

.^oo; >.*V\)\,iabtt oj^oV, 9a .^aa>< ;oo) >SVv>ywo -^'^^ 
ado4^ ^.? 9^ 'l9^ ^*^^ uoro^uLt ^x^id ^saxo^? 

i^,a>2^o ;oo] ciiJ .;Lqi2 o^ ^lL 990 .^0^29 oT^floJk^ ^9 
.;o7^2S ;aoe»o ;^9^ 9A ^ >^t>Tl>^? .More9^;3 ;^aAoj; 



7ia. 



l6l THE HISTORY OF PACHOMIUS. 

.;iSii:oA jL}k\,\ ^j?k»l -<^3? ^of loJ^ ^,? 007 -vA 

MJw^^ai ^Jbao;o .waaoa Av< o^ ^^t^ ^^P^P^* ^^il^ 
^ofaaSt A JSiiOO! JS^iso^ls oof cuia ^rflOO! ^3A9 .<^S3 

;^ ;l^ o7ikO*SjQ> ^ '^^l^ ^?^A o;*33i>29 ^ ^V^^? 
^l ;^ ^t>?o .fs.<aAa M^ibri ^ ^3 "^p^o -jSaooj 

' 1' •' * I ' '''II 

ifSiox Jxai hkao .^Isai Ao loAlo :sobo2o v^isai» ^ui 

Foi.7i<^.;3ar I tiv^ '^^l ^^9^ «^f. «A xo2o 4? A ^^ii? Aub 

;a:A^ V^^^? "7^^^ ^? ^1 "^p^^,? ^^^^-I M^ ^^ 
;.9o^9 Ail -<f^o^i ^ l^i^^ Ao .^ti^^b oT^o^^Mboo 

,'• I • »• / 1 / » • » > « II %, » !• 1(1 « 

;3or js^^ 990 ..a^Ayi oA isii ^aub 9A .;oAid ;&39a^ 
Ayy ^^^ ^eis Ao .i^^* ^S ^J^oauaAaie .mmSosi^ xi^ 
b^aa Mbpola ^hx ;Ldb Nioo) w^2 An -^?? ^^^ ^'^-b 

4^93^ op ;l2 ;a3 Aa -'^^? ^o*b ;fM 3^0 .^or ^s'^ 

.a£uX^2 Kt^syiisla w&SaL^o .^oa^S Ixtaii ^Sai aao 

' * « ' ' ' * ' 1" ' '•< 

<*^Sboa ^^ilo ^^isii -y^ 9m2 



THE HISTORY OF PACHOMIUS." 1 6o 

oUm^s ^ajJa ^auia ^b moi ppo .^ou^b ^ yS^t ^ic» 

.^aoa ^hp \3A ^^Is ^^ 6^2 ^ ^^^^ •^?^ ^^''K 
^j^oouo ^ao^ie .uac^p o^itfaode !II^ iVyv) ^2 ki^^o 

..JkV^3>3 dp ft>M«»JS2 J^ .dp M^t^? ^^ ^f^? ^MA 

^SmiO ^o\ ^00723 o2 .'^'3mi ;dKol^ ^ ^9^11? wAl 
fiSM9iE2o 4'^?^ £s^aAjK2o jsii^e .^abi^a oi^i S i\v*w 
> ort*Vi3 ^2 ^2 yM«!^ 39 d^Sis ^L JMsl^io ^'^fS ;jsaij9o 
^ooro ^o&M ^oStb >9^^Ab 5^2 ^xh93 ^907 ^k^o .MUoXa^e 
^o^ ^Nou'Sio -^aLs ^j^oll^ ^f'^ v^9^ ^^ -^^^ 
>a .yoo^ m3 euMdio .l^rxhxo ^3A3 ^'pJ. afii£U .a^JkboiS 

o;!^ ^oub ^ise .M^p »eo^ . ofiLai .wl ^^^? JS*ooi 

eoT ;o*b \Ah aXia ^aso .^is<S>h\ JK*<S2o 6o»^oi ^'b^iboe 
^ 1% , • 7^/ • \ • <» , ^ II , f II '^i* II 

d^odi ^.,3^ AAh ^^ ^^e2 ^9 ^ia^i .}is«i«pbfib^ 



159 ^^^ HISTORY OF PACHOMTUS. 

^ ^ l*a62 .^2o .cnf^ol ^ ;ou.s 001 ^ .07^00^ 

^orissei^ .x^o^ ofS 9^*2 .;i2 <Sf]2 ;^;l^o .S ^;?i 

^mi ^070 .^Lbia ^3 99 ^2 ^f^? ;si5 ;LaX ^2 

'ol.7o<5. ^ ?S^>t*\ w3bb;S29 ;L^0^3 I O^^ OAOl 'f^cSi^ ^S&bO 



<*^09^ ^9\ \it3<* <*5^<* 
;oo7 ^^I .yljjii b*jk^ 9£i ^09^ afsos,^ li^l aois Ml 

^ <fOXM0 uu^b ^9^^ ?9 -^? '^^^P ^9^ ^9r^^ 
.;fts?'>,\<n> <^3 Jii^ ^baA3 ^aaa^bb who mS ^^oo) JJoi529 ^2 

.;a^9^ ;i2 ;^ ^t^io ^ii^ ^2 .^3^0;; Ji'iS 2\^2e 
^0^*^23 .>^o>3 aja oalo'p ^ajo ^2 ^ 9y^^ ^2 ^^o 
^op or^AfLM .^ai ska ^o -^3Mibo\ ^^o^'i .oq!ia ooo! 

007 k^2 5^^ CO] pc^o .^of 5^ JC3\ ^^ealioofso ^ 



THE HISTORY OF PAULE. • 1 58 

^m^ J&23 .;ooi ^ ^0/0 .^ouba ^o^ai ^ >^ .6m 

.^ol^ ^i .ofS a^i^o 07^0^ tSfj^o .opOL^ >te«ioVii 

o^ a»2 .isAl ^oL ;3;0 a*!^ is&io .;^o^ o^ a»;; .ofJs<ii^ 
httatto .u^ JK*2 ;&aM2 a*^ l?^ -^2 A^jo ^ .joxAo^i 
J^^o .i^Q^ ;|ucd ^a ;aLb .oiiOkd!^ t^tjlo or^o^ ^2 
^1 .^07 .001 ^a*a^ o^ ^2^a uaio .^bsa ;^3 ;4^c 
^ oo; ^oua 4^0 >^a3 ^aj ^ btio^a a^'2 >o«ioyi2 
;a^^ ^a Sjba: .c^^'^OM iSa2 ;i2 wOli A? .^^'2o ^a^M 
i^y^l abp'io .0?^ iSi< 0^3 a(^ Ufiaa yMO .^=ud 007 ^i^? 
^^ Max ^a »30^ .OT&bo btto^ umo^2 p2 abpia ^ 
;jsa^ -^o^ ??o^ 07^0 .jQMo^i ^aA ;o*a 007 007 
.?M»t>nS o^ ;a2 a^'2 ^2 .Sfl e2 i!o2 JQidi .^^o^ a^;; ^a 
07S ;s2 a^'i lii ^'91 .isA2 uddl ;i^a op7&2a .^ox* ^ 
bOdi ;^' .abo2o ^„a^ ^9^^ -5^ ^9^ ?^a ;*oo -^miVwiS 
.oV«aoA ybo wd^o -Ao^ ^o^ mOTo^ ^baM^2o .^2 
,^%L Us^oi l^^p ^a ^oTaooMO .;ooi ;ao7^a ;Aa4eo 
u^^e 3^ 1^ /Ojdo .^Afi^a ^od^ia c^oA 007 i^isosasa 
wi!»a>3 h^afj^a 007 «^fta9 a<qx^ m^m is£2 .^07 ^2o 
;^o .;aar ^^ ^ U^ js^ ;i^a .jofty,S>>*^a iaoa^ 
^oTflulsA^i ^ ;iS;; .^2 ;K2»a ;»>^ .^2 z^x ;!^o .^2 \ai 



157 THE HISTORY OF PAULE. 

.;^o^ MoroAA>ub ^i ;3jQ3^is9X iSsois^ past aA .^f 
2*^^ uQ>^ .07S ^bblo ^ o;.bft\ai aae .^oroXbaab ^i 

^3 ^ .;l2 i^i isAi jo^ ^ .;^o^ 07^ a^;; .;iau«2 ;boiSti 
bttJjD mS .>ft>>ift\,ii oi^ Mpl .;i2 1^2 .js^2 jQ}^ ^ is&i 

,S^ .S ^2 bttdo iSo^ 07^ h!apl .^issl yi^ U^j^ ^ 
.^of bkai «30^ ^3 :aLb -looil^ ^2 ^ Va^b ;s;^ J^la 
oa^ao ^Aal3f ^auos^isais oxboie .^^oSi; ^auosS^isais ao^o 

.o?aaea 5^2 7iS>tM) ^,>^9^ ^Xp^r?? ?f»<P^ u07*fM aao 
.Mba^i uoo? .^or briUAJsb ^oAa is£2 MMiap .2a .ojSk a^j| 
^of ;^2 .Ul ^a^ A ^3^2 :g,a^ ^2 .;]^o^ 07^ adp2 
^tUS >B>>io\,ii 07S ^bp2 .;a2 a^ »>^?A*t^ ;i2 Jk»bla 
M07*fM aA XAjb ^a ^'ii biss .^aM.b is*oar ^0/ ^3^2 
aikS \^o .la{il ;gxd opc^ 6;•^«2 ftu^ay^a^b .uOMO^i 
5^2 ;^boa o}S ;ii3 .07S ;ba4>^ ;^eau^o .^osao ^ 
.^aub 5^isA2 ^of 07!^ 3^2o >)i^ai o2 ^Alio '^^b 3o^ 
bbb^b was .^cLba ^ouiOM ^l oio^a .cuboMSa >S*a>ao uooi 
^o;oi» 07S ^>307i^2 4,>M ^ioix ^2 MOToaoAa ;^o^ ^a 
uMoV^iS 90 ait .yO&'of ]^93 vP^?^ '^^'^ ^^^^9 ^^9*^23 



THE HISTORY OF PAULE. I 56 

;.^'i^ ^3^io .or^oAs^ A^i? ^-^^ .^oior .^ella 

k^tOk^ ^3 Off) -JSf}3^ <^^,?\ ^0^079 .mOIOUXC is^.^, 

.«^b\ ^'>^ yoo^ ^ yoai^ "S^^o -^?V^? ^.?^ ®'^ 
^9^ .09^ 0001 oSd^is^? \\,y .js*^a^ «3oJS «^,3\9 

JSbo^XjL Ao fV^a ;^d .><&>! ftNyii ^3 }^b ^ .woie^;^ ^ 
.a{^ 3^2 ^ou ibp>< }or 990 .MoroiS4M'S' o^*^ .^5 ;i^'o 

^i j!^oh ;aLA O^ M92 .ji!A«A3 l^O^ "^^4^^? ^^^ ^C 

yO^i M^^ orJSdkaa ^^^is* 4f,?o/ ^o^o -^^ ^ sAxa 

;is«2o ;3ofr^ ;zi*o «1«9^ o^ a»j •o;?'^^ g?\>S mO!oSiS« 
<S*29 .^32 ^3o\ti ;30ft^ ^ >ft>>io\,ii :ziAe .?^flU»!jt 
yOAl ^^9 ■><&>£tie2 jss 5^2 yOOfiip 3mi 3w^ .Sad Jooi 
.^;k ;i^oii ^,?^9 ^r ^^^,?^ :aao .eooi ^slfua \y*o 
)3kA^^3^ loa\ ^bld .^bobof^ eo^ JSbax yoxl ^OAp ad^o 



155 THE HISTORY OF PAULE. 



.3^2o 4^9 >^^^ ^^^ '\^l ^^ ^? ?9 -^K^> ^,,?^ 
^p ;&;; -0^9 -^.91 5^^ oi*^i im -^i -otS ;a2 '^h H 

«^f2 .3^2 ;^ jdA p,a^ aao .^a^b ;&2 ;oofo ;&2 t^f'l 

^\^\ M3k!0 ^9^ J^ .;L9^3 juiu 990 .;35 ja>io\,ii 
;&2 ^ ;di'^b .^o^ 07^ 3^'2 .isA2 ;s3 ;j^ .oi^ 3^20 

aa ;2U(a ^3^ .ojL^ ^»2o ^ot^i mXa oa\ ^3 4^ -?9^ii? 
.^bA^ i^f ;S2 .is«^bo ;S ^A'a^b l^^^? ^^^ -^ ^^>« 
^^92 3m\ SdUANb .Jio^A is&2 ^30^ 99 UM«9 mo\^9 
001 .0^ 3ap2o ^o^ ^9^ ^3 4^ .is&2 ^e^ ;^ ^3>^^^? 
>k3k»2 >yol^&i o^ b>^'2 .^2 aoL oof u^ hf^l ^^^p /9>^ 

M^l i»i^ yiboAs ^abor bA^ l^l .^^90^3^ . 9adUib&b 

uB>*^^fis2 ;i^ 990 .;i^o^ af^ lam ^'^ ^07 vV?^ ^^ 
.;3^3 oijSmXm o/^J^ip li^bip ^,3 ^iAous .Mii ;l^ ^,3 

I ^ „ ,1 '•"•»! 'It t I 



THE HISTORY OF PAtJLE. T54 

6soa] ?^<n\3 ^ia o7^oS ^'^ V?^ ^^ ^^ '^ ^^^ 
^^1^ mS ^A^3 ^ciL^j^ ;&» .^si 07^ ^x»2o .^ou^ A 

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yO\\,i ^p -oVf^^ ^oM&9 ^I o2 .^of ^koa ^3^3 
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^ift'Vioi isJ^i b>A^ ;&2 .^isa^ ><a<>S>^Sa .is«;^is^ v?^?^ 

ua*a>S.^S o;f^ aunu^a ;a^o:v< ^ ^oia bfid» .uQ>«aibB 

07^ J^2a om o^ ^iioibpa ^uiao ^'iai^s .^lii^jeka ;5)>^iy» 
•>JJEiafa '^oaa w07cu3is^2 ^o^Sia o^ftaao^a .^2 <^\^ 

: jB)0»ioy,i2 

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^007 }*^o .o^la^oop ^Kxao oio«m3 jsa^*^ ^^^^^ ^ ^9^ 
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153 THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 

^ 9u^ 5^2 More^Ia MO70ij>S< 3^^ ^*oai ^3 .ei^eduos 
;siM) ei ,>yybpv> ^ l9**l? -07^ ^2 ^2^ ^t^^o .^aii ^2 

^007 «^^o .lisoaJp ^ ^o^S moo) 3^ MoroaJE i^2o .^ 

;3bou«o .is^2 ;<^ im '^^ ^3ucd isA2 ;3^ U^ .o^ooa!^ 

3^^ opK^i^o o)^30m t^2 .ia2 ;^ AO^ ^i.^ .>wiio(2 
ao6so .M^o^ ^ 5^ ;ai -M?f$ ^^2 ^MQOio ^3^ ;t!^o .5^ 

;^is&tt .5LbAii< ;oo72 MJsbbA ;&03^ . .;oo7 3^02 o^^oitiS 

jbojQss 0733 ^>^>itibf ^3m* ^yl .^<L ^ Sw^b .^907 3^'2e 

.;iS33L3 OOT ^jsi pa ^iS333 ;L3JS3 CffXya >^tiA ^'^SlO .^OOJ 

Jd30 vAmO -0733S 007 oi^UJbio I mO|oSA^3 ^3b±} o;JsIb032o 
oT^jjjbep or^tlju2o -^^mO Morol.4>' ^*^^^ ^k**^^ mOJoL^ 

.^o^ ^iis*2 ;33^3 3m^ ;^oa^ ;i3M2 ;t0ol^o .^sii^&o 

.yiS ^3bo2 ?,A!ap ^isXfsit 4^23 ;iao; .^3iM3 ;^2\s ^3 oid 

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AiuO .Jl^&iM ;30^f or^3M3 ^3 ^OO! ^070^20 .^3QbOi^. 

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5^2 o\J^^ ■^ot'o'ii ^oa!0 ^aL^Mid^Jlo .000] ott^i ^ 
-MOioap or^a^o Z,?c^3 ^Mty o^mJl^o .^oojr MoroX*23 

;i'a;b ^4? -^^^o ^o^i^i? ^^^'^'^ ^^ ^?^ ?\^*Vyir> 

.o^kislo ^^2A^ ^eub 03d\ 'Si^jlo ^9 .>^o6jo2 ^ 

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^ ^^^93 ^ ;i2 .^isA2 ^isisM ;^a 9.9^ilo .^2 Jd!|^ 
aA ^3^2 ^^ «?9^o .^ ^AS Xom 390 .^2 f^orjs^ 
;ooi 3b^23 .;2Ll ;a^a.^2 ;!^ .,$Ti3f!^y o\^ Jio) [>^],d Nj D 
i^i^o .;33?kSa3 ;^ .^aio c^^^t^ >'^^ o2 *^^ ^a^ 
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^ o^doaA Ai< -5^^ ^^P^ ^?^ 99^ "A •"'^o^o 



1 5 I THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 

;^3^ .wiS lil yjol J^^ J^ iSi^ooi a^uo^o .;sou oT^fo^ 

.bo^issl A 3 ;sooi II3070 .o7>«qaM^o ^ba^a 07«S9*A •sis^o 

;ooir >'n (Hiv>o .07x3 07^ ;eo) ^fS^io .^3>^ iSi^ v^ooi ^33 
.\oa] l^^ 07^33 ^3^^ 0070 .?\V^>ft» ;3^iK^3 ;a;a ^ 
iSAso .uafoj.^3 ^007 ^M ^o .^itSJk3 ^i offsoL^ ^^2o 
.MO!o!i»Si pu>3^2 5^bo ;l2 ;^ .07^ ^3^2o ^3o^3 o^ ^2 
^1.67^. .;a\MiiSi3 I ;o3; ^ .^ 3^2o 4^o Ja^^^^A ^ "^^^ 

;jki30 .^f^Skbbs ^isx^ds ^ ^^^? M07euAx52 .:zAMfra3 

.^o^kv^ ^30/ 0^!^ •SxojL aiko .07^ la^ ^op2e .bCL^ajkd 

07^ 30)20 .lo^'l Moro4t23 is^2 ^opo -07^ 3^^2o 07.V.a,0 

^^3 .UQ»ii3^A*0 007 07S 3db2 ^Oft^O .^3^ w*2 ^SLSJA OOT 

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.07^ ;l&2 si^ sa .07^*3^ pAm 3^ «!Sf2o .07^:3 34>a2o 
.;s«3 ;ou3 07^ ;oa7 ^^23 .sy^ ;A^ 07^ ^^^^^ii '?9^o 



THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALKXANDKIA. I 50 

.2^2 Jap ;aub oca Jibcxx sao .>i»iiyn> Aaa ihil ^b^ is«oo} 

;b(a70 • 5^^*23 fi^eo! ^ii^^a «A ^001 X.2 ^JS^l5^ l*ix 
?»\tn >^a>y 1^9 ..oopoo^ ^aabisap du^aoaa ^aoA 

is&2 ^e!aO ^^9.070 .^ is43 bA^ 30^93 ^p .<^>^0>^ 

1^3 .^a }oo) aab'l >^iK ^ Msi MO!ouQ><3i aa ^,a^o7 .^A^ 
.oiJSboXa: isVaVaftUa ;:Ao^ao ;No\«3ia .Jixaodo ^aaoa 
Mil^a ;oqjk aoAs ^o* ^xiaya .^^a Jaor »A ^^i^o 
..^aoa ^cLa ^a^ ^ ixi «A>^ a^ .j^xs laiHl d^o^ 
.;NiXb?o ^isaaa ;Lais .fiKlooj Na^l jsax^^l ^aor aao 
^o; fr^o .^39^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^? ^^ '•sdi JKxauo 
;i^a .0^ ^xio2o wil^a^^ o^^^o ^ioLn ^a^a d^aio 

.;aA^ Mxae ^A^ ^^ ^' >^2 ;or .;I!ax ^ nou^ 

?*»i«ft>'i ^aa ;aa» ;o^i :sA;a^isio .^^oxsa ^0^ ;^o^o 

-^tinS or^*^ ^07 .^^\ ^a^o ^i*n»,.? ^a^ ;dso3jS 
loa\ ^•2a ^a^ap .!Sa^ ^tjaio .^o&a ^o^ ^9^? ^ 

6v^ Mm :aiba ;is!^M>S 0}^ J^ia ^'^ -l^^^^JOa «A 



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149 ^^^^ HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 

.j^*^6ah ^3 a^ 3k»2 .^3t*b loojl^ -^^?^ uiA^iH .^i 

wddio .is42 ;^ X^y? Si^isioo .yOafsoL ^a2 adujM ^o 

uQti ^3 39 -^^ ^'^9^^ ?.4>a>\t -^s^bA ;l^o .^3Ld 
.;3*b ^xa!!^ ^9^ o^ 3bp2 .^ol yOOT^ ^^ ^^ ^^ 
.;ii2 wA^o ^^oai ;&2 ^21 ^Sa oo^jLo .^i>Sa,ti ^2 
.uo>io!Saiub ^iS ^3*3 0K3 jQ^A^io .36;^ mS ^y^ 30tl^ 

^aol^ ;;io^32 .Jioi ;3*33 ^^0^23 ^£iio ^3 ;oo7 ^070^^2 

93^ .S,\h ^soou }oo7 390 .wa;o\^io .^s^ou^ ^,?^ 

^Aboui ^'3^2 ;ja3o%i3 .;2ll^^^ ;ooi ;fu.e .^33 23 ^o^ 

6Sflo .;3i»3^ Jixbsfi ^ poAa ^A^23 ooai j^u.2 .^sfipiNdpo 
^fisoLti aois ^'3m2 .^o^ ;ai!»<^^ ^Sw^b ^e^ ^2o .^isoad 
^o^ 007 ^>J^o .ooai ^^ .JbAiiou^o .^^ op>A 0007 
;^3m3 cnS» ;a(tio 4^oiQ> ^'3bo^»3 ^3^ m^ Jist^lo .ja^yjOiao 
aiM iH .y^.y^ o5!^9 -^^ tt^^^ ^9^.? ^^,?^9 '?«-^\. 
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.;oa] pU|iS^ ;£d;33k^^ ^saa?^ ^ -^^P ^^,? '\»V<1 ^'^ 
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^,3k^o .07^^93 Xsk ^Ib ^Axa ;^2 .;eai «^^M ^ ^0^ 
"pla y^ -oT^i^ loo] a^^y yl )Sl .;oo7 xiL ;lS ^3m2 



THE HISTORY OF MACARTUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 1 48 

^Of ^iCdlV^ M0oiu2 aJ^ )^0^^ .^X^ ^^^^O ..Olb3^Fol.65<». 

aiS^:^jQ3a ^oroxkl ^o^isaiss ^t^ti^MS ova^^o .^J^asx^a 
JS^k!^ ^ -r?^^ mOV^^o aja \S'isislo .lk^i^6^>ao I'is^^ 
ism^'l U^'l .^aai ^ ?M»T*y> ^ .0^ s^i^o .is««dA ^,?^? 
;JSea ;aai3^ o^ ;oa7 ^«2 ?n9V^ ^.? ^ -^^^^^ 

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lio^i ^lAi ;i3u«2 .M^aia ;^el3 ^^qXmS ^007 «3^l3 ;aMi 

lii^oa ^3 ^oro .0)^0^ 0001 ^^h tOAO^ }oo! ila-tt^a 

l^m l6s^o6s3 .jQ>»a\jo2 ^o^e ^2 oiistKttn ^N ^^*2 

Jitaoi 3a .iZx^oao li^fiS^j ^ou ^>i6s.3 Z3o^ ^,3 o^ 
.07^*3^9 cri^i*3bp^ ?»Ao« 3a 073x0 .oHQsi Moro3«23 o^ 
y» ^^das ^3 dOJS .;d^o3fe»o ^o!3 ojiS 6^333: .ifSil 3ao 
.?^0>va^3 ^3*33 2*3*3^ ^op 6y2 ^3 ;^e\«3i3 .ju2 
^'ol^o .A^30 ?*«i»S>y3 ?*n%ft>23 ^oo^ "^cjL^o ^J^:n2o 

;4^0 .;a^>^? ^30^3 ;3u3JS'3 ;3*3^ Jn\t9 30^isJE33«^ 

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;I3^ ;33l^ ^007 M07eJK^2 ^oo^ ^3 0^07 .poo^ 0^^? 



147 THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 

;oai a^'i <« ^a3>^"i ^aSIx ^*^'^\ SAioa^ Lu^ ^,? ?^,? 
^io .Lai >^S3\^ ^ .Sikbo^ oooi otl^a ^oLa ^f^uta ^,a ^ 
.^abai'o ^^o OOOI ^*^o -^^ P,?^ 0007 ^<*« a ^ ^'^9^ 
ksf'Ssl ^ .VV? ^^^ ^ ^ jQ>Aa^ .^aor isil ;^ ^ 
i^o^l .yO07^ ;jk2 3^*2 .;aaor )too76sa k^2 ;^ ^ .. isaoaS 
ft^^o -^is^ £Na007 iSj4<o .^ ^2 t^f;2o .aouAs ^v*i^o 
.;&^a ;LSoa .^^faia .^N^auc ;a3 \iy ;LSisa laa^ba^ 
^ 0007 ^\ho>t)a ^oao -^22^ ^f ^ 0001 ^*t9LtJbo 
^ajQaS^ ;^2o .^^^ X%*t 3^0 .^xhax ^ 0007 ^>x*'iuo .0!^ 
.:a\x ^t^'? ?»o»S ^2o .^ 07^ ^lj6mO ;^2 ^<.a aa .^ol 
^oo] m070^2 ^2l^ ^i^o^o .oujsboi^ ^007 ^aii aa 
;Lisoa ;soo7 ?3!»n^a ^a** ^^ Atiy ;|m -^a ;Io7^ ^ 
;oo7 M«^ao .^a ^od^ JSoo7 ?w\\,o .^isajiu ^^^aa 
^6\o .A*^ JSoV\*\ 5^2 o^iao 6^007 ^iuMao .^ o^&bo 
^'o ^isxio d^aaia ^007 ainAa ^ ^2 ^o* ^'^ o7a^a 
^iolti o7^oa iSi«a 007 ^ia dp ;soo7 ^f^i^ ^070 .67a aai 
;a3iQ> op ^007 hfiLA»^ i^t^yo :;2^oC3^^ o;S ?L^^o ^007 
wboJs oj^ ^v>is2 2i,sst3 opo .J^o 07!^ ;oo7 kSuiso .;isx&a 
o^ ;oo7 fis*2a uiO^a^ ^a^ ^007 6^^2o ^'^^S^osa ^Xm ^a^boa 
^aaitio .^070^ ah ^^^o '^9^ ?.di>^a 3o^<f a^ )\\y 
aA o)is>S>.d^ ;^a^ ^asabb ^^ qbaii ^^2o .6p^ Jtiuo 



THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 1 46 

.. o^ffa ^'?^^? ^^^? V^ -t*?^ ^oro .^X JS*2 ;33oao 
;^j^ 9A0 .0^ lojm )^^p Si^y? ^^ 07^ ;ooi aiucda 

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;^o^^ ^^^^ ^^o ^^ o^p>^ 99^ ^^?o ■ji^?^\fti 

.^k oai^ 23a J^io .diu:s*2 ^^3 aA^ ^9? '^^^ 
;ooi ai^ ^3ao^? '^^^tbps -i^^ol lom \Stjil J^^ ^y \\)'y 

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Jtsas. laiil soAo .?IvdS ^2 ,J>sl y^St'isisi, 9A0 .^ 



145 THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 

^2? ^a*i pi.iap o2 .;I?isi ;&o^390 -JM»?? ^? ^'^9* 
oTbauS 3^^ ^,3^<.or -^oAs ;o^ .Sal ;^ou3 ;:)0*4? ^3\rA? 

m3u2 S^oaj JS^p ^3 ^oo7 a^'io ^^ip aa ;oo7 ^isa(» 

.^aoo! ;^ ;S .;A^ aa o^ftuaio ->!^i^ o^ Nio'oi ;l^ 

.;\^)raftti\;i^a ;3bo^o .^jsboldb ^afi ;aa33u^3 ^3 oio; 
;oo7 ;auca .o^o^ia ^'3^*2 ^3o5 Xsy ^i ^o^ >»2 

.AA\N ^*^:s Ai< A? J^oo) ;^isx^o .^sisA ;a9Jk3 'Ope^ 

.0^3 ^5 ;»Om3 ^^0307^ ;007 3ki3U 3a .^Oii ^3jQ»Si< 

.SS^^'i A0S2? -^ ^907 ^^23 ^io .;L^ A? ^JNoAAao 
Foi.64^. ;90! jau .;s^isis2o iKsoisso ;\N>\,y XmJn I JS^oo; >JkS< 

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oik!^3a ^LOa 07^3^1 .o^JSiiAtta ^^a ^907 «3^I sa ^,^ ci9;s 

.Op:^ or^3kOa ^3mm30O ■OjS.yhO 073yi^3 O^^O .op ^2^0 



THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA. 1 44 

.)u9^ cH .^aLuiaa ^23 Usui -Ic^ys ^^2o x\ yoxl Uaiia^ 

i^ ^3 aa .;oo7 ;^x QjuifSo .lea) S:L2 ov^3 oiiss^!^ 
oiasb .o7aa lis^y) ^o\? o^ ^907 ;*^ao .opej^ Jkoo! 

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.^*^a2a ^ela ^oo^ ?\,ft>in>HSi^ ^2a odi ^ ^ts 



143 THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS THE EGYPTIAN. 

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.6ai ^AoimS }oo7 o7>^ ^^*^ ^A. ^^9^ '\^ ^^>^^ 

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5^23 .^ >^2o ?\;y*VM MO)oxba^K ^ a^ ^ 3 ^ ^^>j^ 
I ^io .^007 ^^'2 ^aoa>bp ^aio ^>iQ>^ ^^ ^9^ ^V? 
Foi.63/^.ov^3oa ^ ;oo! i^'fia :a!^ ^^^2^ .^Saaio ^>JQ>^ lorn ^^2a 
^SjQ^hio .o^f^bpa ;oo! iS^ yO^'^ ^aio ^AA^y ^^?^ 
9kbp^^isi3 ^2 .>^s*ao MMiia ^^2 ^ojso .orN^^^^ ^aio 
uo)o 4^^? ^is^olfib lom ^of^ >L^a -^^im ^ ^^ol^^ 
*>;a^9^ o^^S?^ ^9^ ^V'wisy 4[,?or 

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p,9^ 3^^? 5^2 .o^isx^o orisSoa^ao ^^007 l^^oH^ 'y\ 



THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS THE EGYPTIAN. I 42 

.^isAoASb 5^i o^ajEBO .JO^xCbo ^o\? o^S^eS lya^ieS 

.JQ>AaJ3bB ;jb30\3 oisAcL^ >A>U9 a^o .;^9itt^ i^f'lo 

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141 THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS THE EGYPTIAN. 

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;j^o:9^o I '^MA»a ^^v*? ^907 ^O^r ^oa 5^20 .;oo7 ^070^2 
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^a^ 00) Xcbc pskO .o^auo op»^ ^H^^? ^^ .^^oxa^ 
5u2 }fM^£sa o/adiidO .^oTodiaMa »Jt^6sl .a 0^9 ;iS ;^fta 
^opods o7,aM2 .cr7fu»o ao^ ^ o'^^^ '^ ^o .^Jsooo 
.Jl^^ ^'?^ ^i^ ;2^b2o .o^a4>3 ^oo7 ^a ^JSAOioa 
^;aX^is4o .or^a^ >L^e opoix »^>!^o .M«&Jsisapo ^007 ^o 
^ytij? ?ttHH ft^oS 1^92 .^oorb ;d,a^ 2^ aao .07!^ ^aoju ^ 

^^ ^^9?K ^91 ?^ >^,?^ ^o 'loai'^ 73,>y oar 07S ^o^o 
;»M^ ^^^ ^S52o .;^ou^ 5^2 ^>^2 ;ay.bQ^ ;^o .^ol 
.JKoo) ^fAV^ ;£Kaaufi> ay\ ^o^isa^ ^ .^2 ^saa 5^2 
^isao^afis ^o^ 6soa] ^^M^ftso 4^2 unsiss&a 5^2 ^a ^JKa^S 
^jbSjQ) .or^oaMibo\ ^buJs6«iO .uo^^aibA ^o^a uoreau.^ 



THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS THE EGYPTIAN. I4O 

ja\a k^iSXho S!^p Si^ .;m iS^ l^^i ^ 
.^y* isoio'yhsoo iBato^^o ^oioseso ^Jseaisi^b Ap'^ 

^his 00a] ^^2 l^o\ ^,? ^07 ^^ .l>>>oxaipS ^1 aed^ ^3 

a]SscS ooo] \f^ip ^h^^ >\yy .o)i'Tiy>tt> }oo7 u07o4t2 
iseoi ^aita ^xm ^isAfib ^007 ^^i ^a^io .tQA>idae 
loo] >ty>s^b OOP a^2o aJi .^^li^^ ^ia^ aas« ;'^o .07^ 
oi^a or JSaoaa }i3;«xti ;oo7 ^JK^aa oor >^cu o^^b 07^ 
^oea i^^o ^o* >^t>^box .0^ ^^il^ ^*yoi 4^ .^o^a 
;^oa 5^ ?»■*■» ^070 .aA^ isfti ^fMis^ .5^ ^2 \99^.? 
^^tbfliixa op;&2a ^2 ^^.^^o -^iu* aA^ ^07 .?^o;> XbpMaa 
;S ;4^'*«^? .yjaisx^ faof >^oa3 5^oSos ^ooro .vA isil 
lislft yfP^'? 0^3^^ .^jiibox^ ^ ^a ^o ^^^as^ '??^^^ 
Aa\ .5^ .A»abo oora o^^a ^^'^^P \\,y .^^^^ ^^ 
^M>ik« o2 ;%oVt»y aks ^ .;&3o4^a oiisoM aisjs ^o ^a 
k3jX,a ^\'p -^^^ '??\^ t^^^ .o^xdo^ ^o^4\ -^ 
^ >^oa oia^L^ ^00; isAa ^10^*2 .^or ^j^vAaoa Jap ^001 
a]iso*3A 6^007 ^aor .^oo! ,ti*fti ^^^ ^^uia A^2o .?*rt<S>M 

<• 07^0^3 jQ><a>dib ^o$^a 
;:^a^isi .o^is&^o Jaupkda o^a ^a orisSaA;.ap .!^ 
Jor <^oaa ^^2a ?ujui ^um ^Xd2a ^07 .^u^isuo . ^ ^'>3lL 



I 39 THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS THE EGYPTIAN. 

.;aoS ;'i:3^ ^^ ^^ .?M*a;boj) o^aao^ ;a2 >!^?^ 
;£yti yoiaj ;^073i? ^^P .^Ibo^o^ ^ ;oo;fis is£i ;^1 
^or ^2? yOov'a^oa^ o^ai^^I ^^a^iN* ;l^2 :^3^i^p 
;^^^2 'li$o\ ^yJti^Jso^ ;baai 3*3X3 ^o>^23 .^^Iru; 
M07e^2 ^3m^ ^ ovQX3»|p ■;jQau > i±a ^^•^3 ^?^ ^,? 

btls.^JSM3 4o^ 07.baLX >Ou>.fib» 007 J^la .;*3u1m9 ^Xh 

.^^Ax^3 073JSQ^ aiis»Ml ^*^&^u«2 ^3m2 ^3 l^^ 

*^l^hai 07S ^2 pLcD ojiS ^23 001 .^307 
^ojlo^b ^o^ ^3^ ^3 i\\,V» >^o7 ^J? Moro>M.2 
^ii^^ t^2 aoao .J^ ^S^^a \\,y .0073399 ^2 .00; 3^ 
Al^bZo 3bpj^ p3^ 3^^3 ^^,? ^,? ^^ ^? -^^iibauopo ;^ 

62 ^oAboiq/ .uojjo^^i ;3or ^\*j? -J^2 <^3bo ;!^3 .^m 

3^ .^07 eoo7 .6o7*is*2 ^$o^ ^3^ ^or .^ai^opo ?a^^ 

^fhob .;433aj6aA2 ^ixMio -op?!^^ ?»^aV^2 ;oo7 uoro^2 

jQ»A3ib93 O7^3Jsib0 iSii l^'iSXl ^OJ ^j»3tt •> ^V03 ;O07 

3^ ^3 ;^34b .^«^6s uorou: ^o:6>A ;L3 007 -^3^ 



THE HISTORY OK THE BLESSED MACARII. I 38 

.^^^ .;^i ^S^ m S^oiai ;^o .;As^ ^ ^dJ .oj^ 

QjauSt^ JoJif^l J^o .iS«IafiK& ^oIL 007 lapoi^ ^a "pA 

OV^ ^.2o lyhp loa\ baisiosdpa 007S ^iol^^4 "f^^ -^^^ 
.^2 mIS^ 07^9 oen la)!^ip IaI ^ppo >^A^ .,«i.V*nit 
^opD ;i'9u ;^o .5^ ^bdtao 00} ^aaoii 5^ ;S£iJSap3 ^^l!^ 
m^'l oy*fi>%Ai .^ii UouA>i ^aa2 '^^2 ^,a^ ^^^o .5^ 
}o*b 001 o^ ;sop ^3 99 .^Aso ^bis^ ^,?^2o .^ft^o^trKiS 
.;««e3 ^Sk^o ^aub^bbs 2aa^o ^•bobis2 )\.\^i^ o\>^^ ^ 
•;*o;Aa9ox oiore oi^^^ba^ oio;o .AtL&Jsi ^o$^a o^^ oioi 

^a^ ss^yhso ;lXi^9 2aoa ^a^ ?iljo^ \>ia *:*9**> 

;&2 a^'i >te<f»ii^ 1!^ .;iNQii0 ;l^o ^'?^ ^.? ^^^1 ^^ 

;S^a }aal^ .^aa>iOft>\2 | ^iak^i uB>»>ftv> \>'0 .;«a^Foi.6 
;^£Kauka ^ov-'iaoaa ^oV^l ^o .;ilaia^ ^ ^^yAjKlo 
.;j.aalopo xS ^ Aa.11,^ ;^2 aaao .a^faoo 6a J^ 



Fol.6i«, 



137 THE HISTORY OF NATHANIEL. 

;^070 -l*!aoya a^^oa 00^ 07^ i^flo 5^01 07^^31 ^ 

^ MOTOktl^p 5^i .^^iiiLo ^2ll!^ ^e^9^ -^^ 007 ^o*b 
.^0703;^ 0^2? ^oJQj^l ^iaxp ^is^ .l;?aj ;3U3 00; ^s 

"p'ia >^3>f^,>* ^ -^^? o^ouiQxk ^ oi -^9^ U^ ^007 
;^attjo^i 0007 oA^ aA^ 99 -oTji**?^ ^ ^{^\ S\h pSi 
^itiaaiba ^^2 -^^\^? ^9? ^^^ \^\ "f^ ^ .fttt-^ip 

Jaiio^ 32 ;i2 .^o^ ^2 ^3 007 .^ftdg>^iS ^o^ 

>SVv>3 .^a^S oiS ^bJ soAs 007 ^opia im ..^mok^ 2^o3m 
^ ^0*3 007 5^.*Ajs2 pao .^2 NioSo Nci^ ^ ^ 
^007 v^3is2 .orisoi^d ^3u Jiix^ :axo 4307 ^JSoAsaubbo 

3^3 t^'^2 390 .^ ^3^^ M* ^^ 3o^f ?ASv^ ^^ 
I ;l3kSK ;oor 3AO -^k^9 0^3 ^i^A^S ^007 ^a^'P ^3^ 
5u2o .361^3 ^007 ^bisM orisAd3 0^3^M. ?,ft»^\< ^3Sa033 

07^ "^^^o -^?^2 Aaor ;i4o .^^334>i ^kL&Jsl ^i .3^20 

\^ o2lS p2jb SAO .^Lais WMis^e .^3±I3 3£liNA>^3 ^^3 

A^'2 .^ 3£btf2 isii ;^ U.i0O kSl ^ .07S 3b^2o OT-bai' 



THE HISTORY OF NATHANIEL. I 36 



(' ' • 1*'* ,'»'\* ,' '» •" 

»\*LAfia ^i ^^ eo7 .?tnSivS ;oo} Aniba iVVy -U?? oop 
f 1 1 '\,i*«> • > I • • ▼•• '» 

*> 2*3^1* 0007 )!^^a 99 .MODI'S ^9 ^^ 

ZJKo&^auOM 0^ 2po79 Uo]^ a]isi!%^ ^3 eooi ^>^ 

.o^^a ?nlft^ i\\,y .07^00333 ^sN ^ ao^ jbo^o 

.^9Jd 07^9090 lisoikiiia o^ 3aisAd|«3 ^i o^ ^o^^o 
^9 diss -'^aubb ^fr»aa<i>i>3 ^a^i ^aoa o;i^ 4?9 I «^fi|oFoi.6o^. 
^ai el >^^ aisis .afA hiaaSto ^a^i e'o; ^aoa^ ^^^'? 
.^aox ^ o^^ ^ooi ^aiSbba 2o*a eoi ?I\S>n }|^2 .^'i* 
}oo! <s*^9 .;^aba ^^i $'^tt^» ^.?^ ^9^ ^.nSo 
.Joo) 5^->nSa ji\h^v>i Joej A,h^*ino .J^eoiaa ^JSo^p 

^oL ^ora is*i ^ >oi^ ^i^^ >^^^ ^9^ ^^9 4^ 
oo) U^ .Zo*a eor o^ 9^*2 .op ;i2 ;aia '^9,>3 -6^2 
2,aor ^ ^2a ^«^;ie ;is*i0ai} ^or ^isAd ^ ^^S^^id 



135 THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS. 

.;o^i :aL^ jii^MxS ^oisx2 ^iso .w4tA3 3ov^ ;^2o 

;A2 ;\\(i\ ;3m.2 ^jursoju 39 olS .^3^2 ^a ^or 

<♦ j^.n^,^ ^3ii^Jk^ o^^b ju2 uo^^Jsy 

^aio .^slA^'p iS^oisopa M07opu2 ^Is^ 99 .^9^^ lom 
.;^qS^ M0fioxi2 \?^9 .07is*^3 ^o^ /OJa .007 ^a^ o^ 

I .;isak3uo ;oo7 |tis<.bp9 ^» oor .0^09 la^i )^^ 990 

Foi.60a.y3jo .Moropu2 ^^^^0 .^02 a&\^ ^ P^? ^f^9 <^^ii ?^ 

.;oo) p203 ;jiv*i .^ib ;^o^^33 aA ;eo) a^So .aoA 07!^ 

j^aS 07!^ a^2o .J^e ^Lbk m*^5 .fr^^ ;^ ^2 ais^ sao 

;sib9 wOTaLimO ^k2 9A .^ ai^2o « iso^ ^^2 .001 ^^9 
i\>i wioyiiyt^ 9AO .^007 ^opoisisbo .;aLA^b ;^a909£i 

y^4^ ^OrO .Ol^O^ m0709u2 ^9bCUb ^m9CK2 %S .^92 

ufibM 9A ^9 tkl .^mtiipjoo '^aSjp ;^o9o>ai -or^ob 

07^ ^007 H>^b .;auS^S CJmi m070L139 \V*1ft9 .>bo29 

^9^9^29 p9^ 00739 .Mi*&jsis2 ^2 073 .;3^, ^0)090^ 

.;^^9 O7jaool3 ;j>»btt» ^ ^ib ;jbaoro .9Ati^2 ^2 07J3 



THE HISTORY OF MACARIUS. 1 34 

<^^ ^o^S^K^ ;o^i ^^iSb 5^i yOo{^ a^;[o 4^0 .0^ 



^ ^^^9 l^ I90] liti .^xx ;'iA^kisois X3 5^i ^lioAsi 

w^f2 kA^o .^o ^ iy^ip Ml m mA pyip ^ I161 
.?iuw >$^3o ;c7^i I JsJ^M^a^ ;^2 ^aaoro .;aa9ibo^ o^Foi.59^. 

^aA»^ ^<ilx a}3 a^bp^o -a^^ ^aoa oiS ^ .^ JsS^ aisa 

5^i .^is*o^i ^aiaxl^ loo] woisacj^o .^aea ;\i»>>i <a^o 

M07oik*2 ^23 ^fi3 oTfi<u^2a;o .or^oauaila ^xo^ boStf 
^2ba .A 3M^ ^3 007 .Ay^ eona ajojii^ \\,y ^slxou* 
JSooib .^2 ^aoM o*^o^ t^ia ^19^2 ..^naL Aa mJs^2 ^qi 

.^oo] xioi ^ o^ ^?>?^ ^4?,? 1^9?^^ ^ ^?^9 '^? 

4is*C^2 lis^sS lom ^pisxap ^>S03 07,?A>( ;XQ» A523 

^i^ o^ .joi-b Av?? An? ^ ^ ^ ^ii 



133 'i'HE HISTORIES OF PAESIUS AND ISAIAH. 

» / » ji V_^ It t • • ,' ' Vi'* 

oeo) ^mOX^ 39 .^^^omI isft*3 ^oc! \1a ^il^M .^s^ ;3or 
csa ^^itbaiwo ^3^o3 ^ia .^o^^a 0007 ^*^o .^6^09^ 

Fol.59<i. ..^ilS>13 mO^ I ^073923 ^a^L^ 3yi^ ^^^l^ 3m .^2 ^3^V, 

^3^2 ;L^i bbp ^o^ o^Sy m3^2 .^23 ^^OiOsJM ^isMiio 

^^bo\a ^f3 .Sk^^ ^oA5^o23 ^SkTCws ^ii>Ma>tyt3 .^wasbso 
?.ato,i.;3 . 3A< tSa^o ^BoAyao .?.i.SobaS 07307^,0 o^ ^^.23 
0^0^ .O7xi0 sisa t^fio o^aAm ^007 >S»(1.3i ;I^S>3o 

^073 .^3>302o 0907 ^3Mi^3p 99^ ^'3mi2o ,or>»oS^'10 

' ' i t ' ' ' ' ' ' •" »' 

SoAs 0^0 .^391^3 ^mAA AjbaO .9^1 >^39^ ^23 

.wmjmo ^^ sa ^^^pi^ ^'f\.A ^i i^i .wma2 07^3 opt^A 

^l 3^1 99^ .ocu4 ^^?9\ vf ^ ^^^^ .39UEI0 ^$4^9 

3^*2 ;i2 ^073M 3m SkAsAo .^2 ^OX ^0>3^3 -^OsA 

Mi» ^ojso .^3m2 0073 07^01^3300 c^^ftntVliS ^eisxA3 
SAO .MMftisis^o 007 ^2 .^AaA ^007 MMd30 3^ ^3u«2 007 

' ' *• 1' ' * ' ' 1' 

;^ ^2 ^ \6m ^i .oi^oA3 ;ii^ o^ ;oo7 ^^23 sauo 

.b^2 ;o^2 ^3 ;iai)y.2 n^ip'iu \\i^ ^3 oobo -^sJ^p 
Wh l^'i^ 3is3o ..oaA ;&2 3do2o m£So^ .oJs£2 ^^2o 

«A^:S23 p3b^ y^Q)^ =^P^? ^V^ 09^ t^^ .07^0^ 0^2 



THE HISTORIES OF PAESIUS AND ISAIAH. I 32 

^flo^o ^^o .^'iup ^^\ linotiS ^y^ ^orb yoaiisc 

^op 990 .?>\^([i>\ '^bk^^s ^abJa oi .i^d& ^Joi^ ^bu'i^ ^a 

^bia ^att ^ia ^iiSwii .ji&A;i ?i*SL.o'3>ab ^aaeau^o .;baxb 
;&or yO^ a^^o -^3^ ^? ^x^ ^io .<[.aiu . ooi ^ 
crab^odss .ooT&ao x^ >Aa mo^2o .^IsM^ba A'oN.a jia^oao 

%o^i^ yobk^^a 5^i ..oqub^^ ;oo) jt^OM ^or .^oioaia 
.^yi^ bboi ^ ^Xm2 ^3 oor .XkjLvi ^0^0 ^^»ai^^ 

;;so^J. ^3070 .^orob;^ jul^ ^\ii ;^o .;a«b e^ 4=* ^ii 

}o^aa ^o ^3A ^o .^iSoyo ?«i.4tni t^a .0^ ;kooi 

^ ^a yoo^a^ -o^sl^? o>\>S o^l^i ^070 .XbjDJSAboa 
^071^ .eooi ^o)uNap ^o^ ;^i ^ ;p^ i^^ .oaajc 



I 3 1 THE HISTORIES OF APOLLONIUS, PAESIUS AND ISAIAH. 

: 07^02^ ^o o?\ba^ ^o .o;i^ ^007 ^mIO ^a^od Jiio/ 
^f ^0^39^ ;^o<nA>23 l^ea^ U*'^ leo] ^a6>Jspp ^,aap ^ 
.^oo! 1^0^ ^*07*aAb ^2 yOaf^oSo .?l3a>itea>!^2 ^ }ooi 
.^007 bd^ aa ^9^^ poAa .at^f^MixS loa\ ^aojiso 
^aoa^o ^JSaM3A ^007 <t3A6^ao aa ^1^ JkX^sS ;i03t^o 

;o7*3a ju2 ;:aSa .a^'lo ;L3is )S> lorn ^ib 99 .;^23 

^LMo >^aL£iu ;.tt<DaiV^9 ^9^ 3^*^ ;oa7 ^ii^ .'^^q\ jk^2 
aJk^ ;&o7 .;o^a9^ ^I^iS^a ^X*i ^^oa^ v^^ -<^o 

hQ^ .oo] ^39V ooo! ^adaLs ^^2 ^*i^2 a^^ ?i>o,mS 

.^,ak^ hOftt oi^oskia ^^mIS k3acK aao .^074*^9^ ^^^ 

mOP -^^|»bodli& ;isx^^ ;aor y>.o7a 073.^ ;>ao .07S ;oo7 ^^2a 

: ?ia\sMa ^^oa^ ^ ^^^9 ^010^2 ^aaa^^a 






THE HISTORY OF THE BLESSED BENJAMIN. I 30 

^oroso^ ^or 00? ^007 Moisxj^o . Vyyo ^001 ya^ ^Jlx aA^ 
?M»t*n) oi .lorn /sIa oj,>f2? •ouf^ 1^ SStO .iSsaJoip 
^3 ooj .^007 Ixjoi 9^ ^ oi^s^ 39 .«30)ue ^007 4^aciM 
^ orisoi^p ^'il ^IiiS0d^ paij .^ox ^070:0 ^.?o^3 ;&of 
«±ieu2 ^a^il ^ia ^^2 -073^ ''^^^^ ^oro .^007 jua 
?i'iny,\o vA uB>03aClAflud ^ yap ^a ^ ;;oo7 o^ka^ 
^^o^ 9k^3 4^9^ 90*2 o^ o>« .^ ^il^ "^^^^il 
.;oo7 ^^ ^'a^i^ .m070^2 ^or 1^23 ;ioaEo\3 ;abdo*3 
M^Kbo aa .0^1^02 X^M l^ai 007 ^007 2aos0 2s**oaio ^ ao^o 
^ an i toB .iSoo7 ^foao ojx^ 6^007 ^9^0 .dy^Lbol ^o^SA ;oo7 

^ocA&a a)ji^2 o{^:>ay jd2 ;^ ;L^a ^10^*2 4ooi ^f^^il r,? 

aJj^ ;iaf .;llsp 3oi9b& ;S ;*o^ ^>33 Ja o^e -r^?^ 

o^aaa Ixm >LJ^2o -^.a^ vaap^" ^oo) 7w\m 99 )^o -^^^ 
^aoA .o;^^p2a ^x ^IvMJS i\«Aor ^op -^,?^ 1 *^'^\v^ 
;^a \y,y» .;oo7 ^^I ^Uf^j 0730 -o^ 99^ i^ 9^ 

;&^o2a ^;a ;&op ;oo7 ^070^^2 9^0 .^a^^a ordsMX^a 

^.10/ 907 MMi^isisj^ ^a 9La -^^?9 ^LxiiS 3aJ^& ^of 
^ouox&a 5^2 ^aisis;; ^^^9 I y.iT \y o;^ .^j^ol^FoLsSj. 



129 '^^^ HISTORY OF THE BLESSED AMMONIUS. 

l2ai Sit .^^^$ ^^^?f ^^^'^ ^\ ■ ? .ai>^, to ^,30 uQ>*33?9 

^3 ;&or .0001 ^30p^ ;a£l9kb03b ^3903 ^^O^'i ^2o ^9 

;i&aor ^ia .;oo! ^Atib ;^i^^ '^.^f ^9^?4^ "^^o 

007 .uQ3«akV^o2 ^o^ ^3 ^007 3^*2 .^3kM2 Ju2 ^sii* ^^^ 
?^y;* jd2 vA li;^'P^ ^? .^axoufia ?.u^a'ar>o .l^oh xa^ 

.uMQ^i ^9^ ^07 ^3 oaf .0^ kftisi ;^oxosm iS^ 

JoSsoo .Ixmiaa ^hiaos*^ J^ai i\Vv> >^smSm ^fS ^'ib 
loa\ m070^2 ^9 o^,? ^^ JlLdobo .uoaAa'Vi.yyiV^mnliS 

^001 4?,? ,?^ },?c^ ^^? ^^poM Xv^y .^'xi*2 ^3u.b 

oi^Ap ;IiAs23 ^kauait ^poba^ ^ ^3 >i^o?oAnhib '^i^ob 

9A .ojS» lom ^d ^3^09)^ ^?f? 5^^ ^biu2 ^3 007 
bisa ^3 oor .uoa^oboi ^I'l?^^ ^ ^9^ '^'^ ^.?^ "^9^ 
;&33a^o .}&*dob3 ;b£iJS^3 ^.pquia is*^ baUJs2o 913^ >\Att 

<*^oor o73>^ ^ ^o^^^2 ^aso^pb ^A*2^ ^2<.'J^ 



•^^«bpIi3 ?i'nft^ \iMp*^ •>Ai*> 

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^^js «^^^ ^^o^is .^3 ^QXbo^o '^*^3^ ;oo7 oTbaacb 



THE HISTORY OF THE BLESSED AMMONIUS. I 28 

op pijiSiO o^ M0^ois4p -^o^ '^,1 ^J? OOj .WMObBi 

jQ^'^JS^ yosj^ ^fM 99 ^y oaj .^a^oya^p ^2 s^mohl^ 
\S>Aa3 yMa>yy >^«'>y ;i^9 07^ l'i»f p^o .^tioa^s ;oot 

.^'^^iM b^^ .07S .ft.A^isj^ ^ 390 .;^o3 JS 6^ ^dto 
^07 k^io .^07!!^ ^ilo 07abCb«p 07&b9 A»to? ^?l '^Sv^9 
yokSl ^^p vj^ 6m lomlp ^l y>.%ay ^i^a ^(rai^\,iK2 
?i^'i>ba^ 07&32 ?t>^fi>^b ;Li3 .pjo^ 1^6^ \A2p ^ma .A 
.3attj8>^iS o2wboi o^fZo M07ofibkS ;&aore .^ayBda ^ 

.J'x^ ;lif 07^ >u2e .JtXjoa^ l^a^ otsumi ^2o ^a ^2 
oi6seS OL^92 ^o^k ^,3 v5^7 .^oJltt^^i 0;^^ ^2 ^dlL 
}aa^ ^07^ ^oqf >o»lS^isbo ^ 990 .ai^ ooo! ^«a*^o 
>b92 ^3 ooj .Movloaaaa ^Siy/I'i? ootfj ^,3^*39 .^Ia^ eo? 
990 .^2 Jisi^ wksS 32 M^ yoisi2 ^CiM . j|3 -^oA 

*^Oi«sio ^o7ftttr>3! Zsor oiiea 
4307 v^3 ;is3obo3^ ^3kboijsb9 uQ>*&Q»2 k^3 ;&or \i< 

;2^ ;oo) ,Sap ^sflAsb /O,?^? '^^^ okSs*2 }3or oi^oA^ 

.^001 ^^ pod ^ ;jS3m>30 ^isdUisiMd ^3 $4^ .^OO] WQ>^ 



127 THE HISTORY OF THE BLESSED AMMONlUS. 

m3 if^l .^392 1^3^ ;aS )S^ ;lS2 .^tfi^fisd aaj^ isiLs>iO 
2iIoaL3 2ft^o7o .^ooi abol ^dof ^Sl 'O^ aisaa ^fr^j^ 

§ 99 I ^ f # * t t \ J** i'* • 

<*;3Laii3 ;a3i ^e .^oo) 

i^lo .ofui ^^J^? mOTo^ ;aMi^i^ ^'>m2 ^s "pL 

Ma4o -is?a^ ^3af )bi!^ .\y,y» .0^^ Sbpl 9a ofu4 ^o .l*v>J!i 
bOisx ^9 007 -v^ 3iie2 ^ jlSa -aou^ ;32 ^ioi^^ 

II \ I*' •• ^^ * ' ' * ' ' •■/ii 

;3or jia>ia^3 <^li^j| ?90 -^^ 99 ?*nM\ opo^ri ^^^9 
1^2 ;o7 ^!i2w aiiol X^p .oiui ^9\ o^ ^^j[ .'isyita 



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.0014 ^99 oi^9b*baS^ ;oo! Moro4f2 ^of ^9 umom2 

56^.;JKOuX9^ ^O I OlJSOudi ^^sKo .^'9m2 wOTO^ii ^^ ?1> 

^^9^ ]ij^9*9e .fyap^ ^ Qf3>? C9'i>9^ ^'o^Si ^9ao?9 

Jo^ 9A .;X190 ;&2 9^'2 ^'S3i9 ..OOp^ 9><liSa>S 090^ 

A^ jMobolp Jop -^3^? ^o! ^ X*?ii^A 670tli«92 ;u9 
Ja .0&07 Qi39tio .^otlA^i dp 2oo;ft9 fi^oo] or^l9 

* ^. * 11 I ' II # ' 'II ' tl • # • • ■•' 

■;*9>^ffii>S29 IL^ojtaUex^i uQ^o;^ia<\ y.i.'noVS ^isif,?^ 



THE HISTORY OF PAMBO. I 26 

wn>fVfin o^ Jsaaio ^ oo^ .«i«fiKaa .^S aa)2 oral* ^X 
M&woo) ^oju mS 3m\ qSjI[ .0^ }iaa ^a>5Vftfta i^>^ e^ 

;o^i^ ^,3a;; .0^!^^ S^ J^ ^^997 ^9q>!0 ^^^^ -^ 
;^>«'idA;; \i^ 9^ ;S;; .otSa^;; ;i^ >^ U$9^ Urn oaj aefx 

\i^ ^e .^l^ jiipo ^ ;^3 ^<jlx ^sSaat ia l^aSt^ .^aax 

^ I im It ,( I" >a I \ ■ ^m t n ' ' < <• 7J 

;'3M«b90 .««9^ ^00X29 w^ isA ^XiJ sA ^3^^ .A Jisil 

cn^ ^2 li^ rJsc^H^ ^,9^9 4^^ ^ ^^ r.?^^ 
^pyb ;&o; 901 o^ ^3 ^ .?%>^Sa 5^2 6m ly^^^ja^. 

.2^1^ r>a^ MOiOL^Lb COO] ^f^eJO l^pSa ap \ oai4FoL56<7. 

Ipaic .^ia ^ai ^ ^auAQboie .lis^a^o ?t«arh uQ3uiXao2 

•" 1' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' t 

ft^iK|[a ^ ^el yb(9a -^^^ ^?^ s^il? ^9^ t^^^ 
^al ;^ .07a ^adb^a Ixm ^39^^ ^^4?9 -^^ ^aa?^ 
MOToi»*2 !Iaui29 lisolS ^ ;Sa -^^3 ^SOm^ ^i^jid U2 
.ill^ ^JSifi^lVft* .^^2^0 di^^^a .mX^ ^ ^ftk ;i^o .^907 
JK«ad( ;i!!S .^aA<a oor 5^2 .^oj^i j^o^ ^2 S^l IIa^^ 
^ ^^^ 99 mOToX^ a«\ 0901 ^aop^ '^o^i ^^^^a 
^a .^M&boa ^ojoaoSt wMoasio uQ»*i!^ao2 .oTd\^» 

.;M9a ^ 02 ;3i^ ^ ;^i^ ai2 ^ ijida;; a^ 



125 THE HISTORIES OF OR AND PAMBO. 

\i^b p6i>JsoJso %!^p nOom ^3^2 ;xwi ypm oi^ S Vy bp a 
^ ^ikS ;^o .^^^ ;lSo >w4^£s2 ^obaa ;\d2 .mO)oL^ 

;i^\hn .ofu4 ^9^ ^^ ^?^ ^t^ ^^9^ ^^ ^ .oiui 
39 jojjiL^olpo .sm^'yaol^o .JOMOboIa ^attjo^^Ia ^So 

LOi*ni4 ^or ^,? 007 .^o^^ ^^"^ JDcuNyinhabs Morou«i 
^lAo; ^o^ ;a>o .^^ ^^^0 ^aibo ;^ o^ ;oa7 6^2 
.^^ ^?^? ?^2 .^M^JCd \23:o ;307b ^23: .;oo) Moroiu.2 

-Smi ^^ 07^ ^^3>^o -<^a^^^ mOTOs^m wiiSaol i^ip 001 

^J>^ loo] \3isi 99 ^9 007 .o^mXOaA ^laH ^ 9^^? 
.w^al^i ua>^ <^isak ^o^Si .a^2e aoAsi ^a^ -^'^^P ^'^ 

;iolti piS ^_d ;&;[ .^is ^a^a^S yOaS JSaZs ^oiSod 
cr^oaS ^^V^p -^^^2 o2 M^fisjLa 5^2 ^Isxoboo ^*oo7 
.v^a^iA .li2 o^ ^aio2 ^SM o^i^ is^das ^ 9ao .^droiAa 



THE HISTORY OF ABBA AMMON. I 24 

^•^ aA^ ^^ -^^^.P ''^^ "f^V^ >^?^ M^ ^ -^^?^.^ 
aibo^o .>^ l^hoA ^is o:iS 4?9 '^^^.P t^^ 19^ ^f^ ^^ 

jMiii^i ^^o^ mo;q^ v^^^il 'l^^ ^? ^^9^?^ 

.oT,ab*bo^is ;aoa;^ p>L .;329 ;3yb^boa pu^ Ihaji^ ^a^a 

i^ia .aa^ Jia^ia ^oroaacLs ^007 ^P^^^ ?>^e .oiajooa 

Ixm '1o^ tS^ 3o^ ^?^ ^^^ 9>f?9 4op96s wOToX^ 
?"7?V ^^ ^^ MM^isklo ^ ^orp eoT '^omI woroJK*2 
oioro .^ooT ^aaais^ ?>yitS ^^^ ^ ^7?^? .jQ»«AO\^i 
;ao7i ^a ^o^ .^xaoba ^eaa A«yi ^ >^ aa^a 

.fisao^ 3^;; a^s ^^^t^ ^^^.?^ t?^ ^^1 '^^? ^?^^^? 
<*iikaB ^2a jCdoX*ia ^c70\fVt ^a Jop 
.;aJii^a ;aoJk^ ;&oei ^a 073 •:«ao2 ^o\ «\va <*\<* 

;l[5^ ^^? ^\ '^o2 ;oo! o^a >^ ^3^ ^?^ ^2 



Fol 



123 THE HISTORY OF ABBA AMMO N. 

o^ 9m^ xAaa .^2 uQ3*^o 1x2 Isa ^aj ^3 .67S adibl 

^3X12 ^oo! yA^ ^Q* 0:1^0 .aoi^ o^ ;ooir bddi ?>rT>n;?T 
^jS^I ;iof ^3 op; -07^1^ o^ ^007 ^^23 yObouttuosi^a 

;oo) ;&xh9 ;i»3ojb ^o .;oo] ^aia ;SSp :^,Zhx6s^ ^o6so 

.^33 ;aui ^ yoo^a^ .;oo7 aoL ^01 ^or 390 -^a2i^ 

;3i3 ajisaH'^ mOO) abiy -«^ ;^qxox^ J^ ^^^9 -^^j 

i" " * » » < ▼ ,1 •• ' •• \ ,1" ' » » » Y^^ ' 

^it^P 3^ ;a2 ;Xd^ .v«4bAS^ ^ ^ ikl 233923 S ^*2 

;I3^3 :s,3^ w.3^2 .;i3o\ 05 o^S 3^1 .y^^ isA2 9u«b0 ;o^i 
isfti ;3J3il^ 99 .;307 ^i;^ ;lS3 .0^ ^is^i ^3 ^01 .^is&i 

q[33 u^ ^2 ^oaoro .;^9^?fa is£2 sabis^o .;o^iS \^3 

;^o:iuS^3 ;&33Q^10 >^302 ;30p ^23 ^^3^ ^^9^?4* 

ujs^\&p3 ;il;4 3«^ ^ 'i^i^\ ^ibaL ;oo^3 .;^oua3 ^4±» 

;^a<A3a u^ isA2 aboLs .^ac^^ ^^odoA^iL^d ;^e3isibo 

;So yQiQ>a^Jk Xj^ V;>^'^ ^^ ^ ^ -v^ ^\*:7:^ 

.sisei. ; ?*'>^oS o .^3doo^ loo)x ^f^soA ^^2 .^o^su^jk 

02 ;,3or <^3^ ;3«^3 .6^ 3b02e ;O^A y.302 ^3 OO) 
MOJaO ^3^ ^is&i mXO^ .^«9y^ ;\3ibO ;307 .20 .M^3i0 

Q2 ^ 



THE HISTORY OF ABBA AMMON. I 2 2 



i^e -Uoi2j^ «?^o -^sa ^S^3 ;i!!iAa 7i«A»fto .^JKiKii 
' ,— II • \,i» •• ' It II • ^^ ^ » ' II ( i'* •• 

;Lak 9u^||e .^Ml Jli3o\ :BLb .Uai\. ^^? U^'^ \^l, 

M>^ ^iss2 »^>r>>i« M^ .Mis&i M^o ^isaM ^of ^^ Jsii 
.Jioi >$<AsuiJKb9 ^aoLs ;aora ^JKoisaKdo .^aiiJaob ^oo^ 

' # » t I II V •• • • ^i« ' • '^ I » II ~ »i« '^•(•5 

.^^^ ?Mtt*iniS ^o/a .MoroaoAs 5^aJk ^ 9^ ^«^ 
M«^isis&a \V^y .?itSft\, ;^a a^ ^o^e^aa ?iJ.^Ao 

;oo! ;ajbo .crf^oSt ^ ^i^ ^\^ -^^^ ^P ^^^>>r^ 

ofd<^ais ^ t^io }oo) k^QM .^^ ^ooT ;LaI ;^a 

;lAa ^aaea^ Ul ^^o ^^ ^ o^ ^^ ^>? -^ ^?>^il^ 
aA Ul ^2 .aosjb is£2 yaaoa ^a^ i^^aiMo .aislv ^ioa 

^r> ' II i» ' ,!• M 1' " I » \ » • 



12 1 ON THE MONKS IN THE NITRIAN DESERT. 

^oju lysSt ^ou3 ^3 l^Mi ."pyio paSa, ^p .MMsisis&a 

^o/o .^o^/iskb jLit^^Sa JS*2 ^JSoa2 ^2o 4^e\ ^op 

^AbOL^ 5^ 6s*l .^iLboS ^^ ^,^ 3a .bttnAftb ^is ^*2 
^iso^^o ; 30^9^00 '^^'^'As -^is3 ^^'3*3 ^ ^^baSo 
3A xi2 ^^^a o^S s^ucDO ./dskx^ yOop^ ?M»tSaS3 
*>MO?e^2 . 3J^3 ;bco*33^3 .oiNiStsisa ^^^M 
3A^ ;I&i0^ .soAa ^^2 ;iidb 3k^o .^^ada ^,3 ;is3>>^ 
Jili^ait 00/3 ^^o .;3<7f ^^3^3 ;&'3a3^o JbLiSid ^ovis^2 
W'ittba )So . 2^ ;So -x^P^ ^ ^^'^ ^^ .oo7&bo sLl .3^ 
<*ofa>ii yoaf*6s*2 .^Aap ^^2 sll yaSt 

IfiO'iti ^*>ti 11*^ ^ UQ30UQ>3i Ui2 UOJ ^3 OOJ 

.ooo! yO0^is*2 >o»ioyii ?i5?\i? ^?^?,?? ^ -^ t'f^? 

^X^& ^3 ;3l»>et yOboi^ 1^23 vA 3^2 JB>0UJQ)3i ^lOf OOI3 

^A^ t^ ^Aii^Sboo ;3a3is:ao3 afx^aS ^h 007 4oo) ^bl 

^09^ U^A^ ^23 ^3 ;00) 3^'2 .>fi>>loy,\i ^fM .^tlOtS 

4^ouru3 ^6]6to lorn ^b'^ ^^oi^ 'laL**'^ f^ia\n\ ^3 
oriSdislM ^3 -^39^^, ^i^^ '^^? ^?^ ^3>33bo loa\c 



ON THE MONKS IN THE NITRIAN DESERT. 1 20 

o^o .'apbS ?Ja»3>.V« wJk^3 ^3b3^;bp o^S A *. fli ^3a\ 

^3 9t^ ,6a] 1^0^ Mis o^e 43^ ^3^ ^^^?f V^ 

uQ>*3bjQ>a3 ^o uQMe>aa ^S ^a ^a^'i .J1j6m ^ i '^ftVi , 
^^iLo yOu^'^9 jQa^o^o JOoA^I ^o uo oyft a nS i ^ a^ 
J^ >^ >^93 ^^^1 ;«i0'ibo ^A^isii ^ix ^2o ^0)^0 

5^2 0^^«2 ^Opii^ ;,^b .fiKOO) ;Ak ^S^JASOl yOOT^ 

.^is^ r?^e? M^^? ^^9?3>^3 5^2 .;jk3m2 ^a ^or 

\aa:e .0^ ^i>ti^i»o ;l^3 jko^ o^ 0007 ^is«M .;oo! 

;is^ ^3 ;^bijii .yoor^ ^007 ^isboa U^ O]^ ^ 
^3 . ;Lo .0001 ^adc ^^2 ^is^b ,;J>jQ?ai 0733 ^09lm2 

^ 0973 ;»b^ -^V^^ o^ ?^ ^^ i^? ^^ ^^ 



I I 9 ABBA MACARIUS AND THE VIRGIN. 

X^Lnx ;l^ ^>^i^o -^^ ^4^? 9.?^li vf^il ^^9 ^^ .^t^Ofjo 

^Afn^aoa ^j!^i .^& woo) ^'p y\ ?As.^ .^or 007 ^VSory 
^3^d oT^i -^fil 990 -^?^ ^^'^^^P -^^''?^ ^9^ 

.67S 3bp2o ^o^3i!^o ^c^i ^'iobpa ^ op ^o^e ?X'A 

;'S3i^ 6;S mouio .^A^w^is^ or^i ^9^0 .J>^ ^2 ^or 

A20 .wd^ w^Xi^a h*3A2 .;aX'i^9 .ail J^oj .of^ a^2o 
biiJoL bhoo .^f2o dJi^o jsisop ^2 ^m .^oao}'^ ^«m 

' \ • mm t '* mm * ** mm t ** \i** *•■ ' |* •• • ' 

^^of ^yi3St -lof^l i\\,'y M^ o^^e^ oSa >\\,V» .^a!3a:s2 
ifSaJci JLmo .ajasl^ isa^ isSsl ^a ;^>^ .;&3i^oa> ^a)^ 
6^ ^oo7 ^a^ia 'fA^ "^^9 ^^y yt^xii 0079 o)^odu!^ 

MM f t < » <> t I 



Foi 53a. .;I3^ ;Iko^^3 ^iOfA fj>M, I >^Ji ^99aj6o^2^ ^07 ^3 
07^30^ ^i^ ^3^^ 9^3 ^o) .Midtt ;S^ ;^^bo ?%t^S3 



ABBA MACARIUS AND THE VIRGIN. I 1 8 

^e2 .oiJSoA^ ^ 3m\ ;oo] MoroiK*2 .6;«3o^ ^^?^? 
;;);a^ ;^;a .6^ a^iio oj^oS i^filo .;i|a:^ '^^? 

^9» .^H ;iA\ ^ \s.^b .\^ -tA^ ^ ^^>p^ ^r^^ 

.^'iLa ;?iflitv>y^ >ai6b0i^ mIsaI ^Ijap ;^^ ^m ^ .^j^ 
990 .;^ouA wis&i ;a\i v^^ ^aas ^^^^ ^3i^9 

^'2 .yOi^ m1 ^XiJ Jul jS 5^ ;a2 ;I^3 .07!^ liiolo 

;^3 5^2 .0^ ^3>Mi|o ^'iu,? ;;io»StfUi ^oioUst jsaoe ;^2 
^iaob 007^ m07O*^23 ;&2 ^dd^ ;^ aJ^ lii, .^01); oo iia2 
^^om^o ?y^^S .^a^^a ;?«itVfcy ^^ "^4? 99^ -yf^ 
;cpaaB ;oo) ^aol^a «\^ -l^*^ ^f ^o^ ?^o . ?y>ffihr» a 
;o^i ftsboiMa ,S>^ -^9^ U^ ^9^ ^^t® -^^^^^^a^Sis 
.^<jlx l^ aaS ^,a^ a«\ ;oo) ^ocis^l \ .ojap JJSa&^aaBO Fol 52^. 
;ao7 W.OT d^oo! ^isop .0^ ^^>o o^p^x ^a^2 ^ k^2a eoi 
;is9^ ajisJiXl ^a Z^>r3 •^^9?^'? 6yJsS\,y .^orou ^o;^^a 
.;^1^ ^of \\y isik2 aii^ U^ 5^ ^2 isia .07S ^aao2o 
.0^ aa9J[o 4^ ^^a eoi -^aLa ^^sos^ ^or ^9^ ^<^? 



Fol. 



117 ABBA MACARIUS AND THE VIRGIN. 

o^ ;oo7 6sa2 .6^' ;oo7 6sfl^ 3No^ ^ ^^t^^^ ^ '^h^^ 
}*\Sno ^io^^o .07^^ ^^9^ ^liais ^^^^^ -^^^^^ ^? 

^2 ^3 A? '^ol ;^o]^ ?J^^><k ^^? ^^^'^t?,'? 'h^^? 
k^i oo;3 Jop .;^aof ^ ^o) ;L9u '^<mV^ J!^ ^^ o^ 

>^2 A>ftyfcS Jao; ^fisisiap ^cnJSo^ -^Am i^iys eo; 
;&*3 3^^ ai^ Sibl is*iSSi^p Jop .Abftasbo afs^^ ^^ 

.Jiis*op2 >^L1^3ao .^iL^eb ;\^oa»3 v:b^fisis^ 99 sxl yS^ 
,oj js^in ^jQsa ;i^aa ^AAaiQ»b oo^2 .o^fooV. uub i^^^^? 

52a. ?N ftl ^^ 3 b ^^2 iSiM -Ixoiil 9u09 h^io ^9 3>^9^ I '^"^a^ 
O!90k^ JUM 01^09 9^'2o .ulO .OOpC^ \Sm ^OlSi ^^99 

flAbpo .^boai ;Jso90^^ ^^^^ 9^? 3^2,9 ^qiao .;*9^9 

■ •9p3^ ^ai^O va0709u2 ^99 )^l .^9^) 079^23 pOAs piS 

;^Qti*>iQ}j39 9A ^or .;xafiL9jQ»j3 opL^i ^qu ;l^o 

i-ii^ ;aiM9 ^07^ ^3du(d9 ^2 .^o^d^2 ^^ ^opcliS 
^ .poAa ^oo! ;^ ;iaae9 .;is^o^^ ;9o^ ^9 6^ 



ABBA MACARIUS AND THE VIRGIN. 1 1 6 

isyaolo l*^ ya'yja 6^^^ .^til^ya A lorn loiil JK^a? 
M&fMO M^o^ >^oTo,na!aM3 aJi ^ ^3 }As^ .M>k0^eda 

9ua^b ^ti^nS ^Isskis ei .;&07 ^aaib wX^ sodu^ ^ 
;saM.io .0^ ^?^il v^? ^H -^o^i? 0^9^^? ^49^?9 

.y^isaCAXfiO ;!&> ^SJI^ .mS ^?^ii ^? "f.?? -'«?^ "^^^ 

^iisa^o Xi\ ^a^^ ^ .^mmOs Alt ;^e -'J>f23 ^i^^o^o 

;'SoM^p ;&! ^jibocboo .^ft^ ;&! a^ .^IssL ^^atl^ 

f I ' I ' " \> I ' • 

A^2e MbkA^a ^ataL ;&2 ^s^aL . ^i'a«<2 ^a ^a^o .JsqutdOFoi.si/^. 
?MiSftt\ ^2 ^a><&ia pA .^2 ^ftop ^op ^^9 w»mS U2 

.^aubal^b ;isMcax6<.^b ^2 .eoo! eaabis2 ?Mit*aflib ^JKOiSKUC^b 
1^0 jB>»>n*^ %iii \>ia <*e*> ^»\*ift'ta ^ora ;i^oab^o!fo 
}aoojQ>^a ;Ibaii&aj^23 ^eo! js*2 ^at** ^d^oJKs .^a^M ;is^e>ia 
.A*^ i^a yuVhi ;isa^is4>« ^isa^JS^ ^^?P -^9^ ?a>,>a>» 

,;au3^ ;l^o ?;iA>iS Ao -j^r9^^ ^bJSbA» ^v^BmS A? 



Fol, 



115 THE HISTORIES OF DIDYMUS AND ALEXANDRA. 

J^bol abiio .wQ)^ pAti )^2 .jboiAo* js^bo h*^ c^faa 

3^2JS23 ^2 uMA^Ii ^^o ^^e ^^Sxo ^el 007 eoi JS*oo! 

I ;3mm j»A^ ^ ^9^ ^.?l ^.? A ^^^ii 'lOf>J3 J^ 

51a. ^ ^^•'1'^? <*^'^ ^??'*'^^^^ l9^ ^^^? ?is*3>i.fa.rA2 
.6^3 ;ba^Qx!^ ^,?^ ^r ^^^^ ^^ ^^??r^ ^^,?^ 

^*3Je sxi ^2 ^ifM MO) ;\^2o -ov^i ;«m ^u o2 ^'&32ik^ 
^laoro .qs^ !^V^ ^o^ >S>S>h Sisa ^o .^'iAxS^^aN 
0*3\A^9 j^tttunthi) ^^92 990 .|ba^3 Js^isiN2o ^a^ 
.^ba^is^ 6^ ^^ ^ ^.? ^.?i -^^^Asa ^isi^ -?,?^ V^ 

.^OO) ;iflujb ;:SQQ ^aii^ 1^ 3d^ ^ ^2 .97^fUi O^ ^23 

op^ ^xx.« o7^\v*fl3 .^s^ ^ ^w;^3 qiS ^oo; ;A*^b 



THE HISTORY OF DIDYMUS. I I4 



^ diss ^p yS waX 0073 ^ipMii .loo) l"^ i^o .Jso'Ssa^ 
.^^Xa ;l^ ^^? 99 ^^ -^^^?^ ^^e? ^f>^\ ^f^ tt^^^ 
U007 >^o^i ^ ^oro^ 07^ ^^^il -"V^** ^ ^'^>^ ^H*^? 
.;3*o^ ^pio ^ l>^ I ^o^ ^^Af^ .^soAmO ^aisJibB FoI. 50^. 

:a!^64 )zi^^$ ^9^ ><1t^^ ^^3^9 )i^iJLis> ^3 otSa .;IaM 
^007 ;AJKe .JS^^M* ^007 ^nli^^t) ^3 ;i'iOod t^ .a!^aoaa 
.^Saocb ;^oiba*op ^007 ^3bo ;&ao7o .too^b ?!a^^4 *^ 
o7^^,>f3 bisf&o loai'p ^Ist^ .uQiIo'ber ^^a>^ ^007 jaL^o 
;oo7 ^^ ^3 ^a -^Si^ ^oiotao'yti 00073 ?2'.!^^b> ^ i^2 
.mS 3^2 ^.3*0; .frMi007 lal ;lSo o7is*S>n3 ^6^0^^. ?^il? "A 
Mia^o ^f fro'^s :a^ ^^j^3 >fi)«iay,ii ^i «\^ ui^ ^Ss aik 
^33 ^3Mibo '^^b o^ ^^*>?9 O7^0{3i 3ao 4,307 I'ssSjOa 

.2,307 .^ }!^^ ^ ^^? f^ ^^ "A^^ y«070^303 .\>< 

uvdba ;^o .O7^oiik»i!ah3a ^liisbi Itstioph ^\a>3 ^2 
.^ 3^2o ;:nos^>oc3o y^o^ ;aa^ ;i^2 .MJs!!kao ;iAx23 

;3J3090 ^o7Js o7»7tniv7b is&i ;j^ . ;^ ^^2 ^^23 



113 THE HISTORY OF DOROTHEUS. 

^ia iJOloaap ;,>jjf3 ^if w.o^2o -m^^^JSI <bacLd ;^oiV*i^ 
.oa^&po ik^f ^^? ^? ?4 ^^ ouis*io aili^o .l^ai 

.yASkSAa ^>^e^ w3dL^iss2o vAfS .6^' a>^j^o Jila ci'io 

.^Adfr.3 ^Js&i ^3^:^ ^aii ^^? ^,?^ uis*oo7 ;[S ^,?^flo 
. is ;iSqit3 .^^siMio ^>3^9 07^^ ^^^^ '^^? ?9 ^? ^.?7 
9m^ la,l or^boi .;^aaf^ aa^^sla «A isi2 yJO^p .^'b isii 
;&I|b .oi^3 pU3 pkd /sobla ^ bdaf :9oM ;.^3o .?^*aaob 
9kiido .A^ yAbis2o fi^baM6^2 ^3mi» .^aor J^ihbs aa ^d 

9a^^^ ^t*ViB is&b Ijioi ^p -3^? o^ss^ ^ ^2 ;I»aifl3 

^^^nt^*! A ^29 ^^o&aciu6.bo ^bdsd ^J^^^l .A ^^Xny 

^ibtd .6730^ ik^f ^^,? ^.?^ .^isbo^f ;3wM ^ 5^2 

^>«0307j(d3 ^A^:s2o .^07^ A o^ob ^>^L^2 ^3.^070 .^07 ^is^f 



oAboisx2 ;x&3o Taola IbbVtis ^;iIi^HB> ^^ ;IxaiA 
J,07^ fluoisx2 ^07 yOiois .^^bajxpaAlp ^isa^ 007 ^93 

.;xlb^ ^isb^? ^bi 

<«;is^o6obo jQsb^^bbaao ;bb3u«>*23 ^o70dJi^ oaaVt 

'^ t t im * \ it » B ^ » » ^k '■ 



THE HISTORY OF ABUA ISIDORE. I I 2 

y^o .MO!o^i ^tSo opK^ ^e^9 An«?^>> 5^m!^ ^&i^ ^a ^a 

aois o2 .JoSuB^l ^ liUA s^oixo | ^^'p .?^\^m MajcooFoi.49^ 
.^'smJ ^;som^ oi JQ>i^ ol ^js'oom ouI .wqm3^2 .OOP ^ai 

.mN»2o ;1m w\^ «^filo 007 'JoAi .^,3of u^ ado^ 9A0 .07!^ 

■<ua>ba^ ?iV^m3 ^^9^ ?M%ty A .;o(7r ^3u^e? opp^^^a 
^o^ ^ ;oo) c^it^a m07 .vA .^^k Uaoro^ ^oaa 

^aoSks^a oi^tti ..^Lilb^aa ^3 ^001 o;«^*2 .ol^ 070^3 isom 
. ^ * ! 5|. ft ?.fliao^'a ^o^ ;l3tf ^3 ;3or .^ad( ?'Wi\\< ^ 3mi 

.0^^ ^bo^^2e ,;fso>itS ;oo7 ;^2 ;jsaw^ ,qu>nvji>b ;po] 
.^a^doa^is ^9 oop ;ooi d^^p ^w^ ^i^oa)^ opaSjcio 
;rv^y i\iiO -^A ^^^ -07;«^«2 .^u^ftaab p;^ ^soai 
.07S 3m2 pa .;?«^ ^orb o^ «^^9^ 'f?o^i^o -3?^ 
;i^3 A ^a^ "*^r >^V^^ ?o»*V\,isapa ^ 9.?^il? 

^M^^^o .^11^ jso5d^ ;i^o .iN&i ;i3a ^^9^ *^>^ ^ 



Ill THE HISTORY OF ABBA ISIDORE. 

;oa) iSbaL ^^ oi^ ;l^2 .^3u*2 ^,3^ ^ o2 .;is!i^SiQ9 

^2 .oT^OfStf ^Jb^ ^jcaao^Ab 5^2 ;3^'i^2 ^oo) wS,a^ 9a 

loJ^ ^JOJO^ wAof ;'il303 5ui3 ^boAai vA ^ ?Sfli^33 

.;,3l»^is o^ 00073 ^2 ^ ^p^^ ^2 o^iaib^ i^Jl 
^adOLbso .0007 ^SbbaL ^oopL^ ^o^ vf^? ^^^ V?^^ 
.hpis^ ^ ypie^^ ^2 ^fti^iS 4^2 JSaLOio .or^^ist^ 
03^2 yoao/o Moro^2 ^3^03 U^p ^)^\ ^3X33 00^2 

5^3 ;^ Sio^ 9kii .i^^ ^3^9? ^^ o1^AA^ ^3 .vA 
39 ;l^2 .0^^ ^ 5^3 ;!!^ moiomo^ ^o .Lb3f3 ^^1 

>^ ^ '^o .MO!oa*i< ^oo! ^baL uQ>^^ 39 o2 .MOrOSu^.!! J*^ 
^ ol^af ^ ;l^2o .;oo! ^l J^»Lo ^a^I ^o .^ ^ 

^ ;oo; ;a3^p wQsiSs ;^ ^f ^3 ;iioa .;oo7 ^3 ^ 

;a39y3 ^\y .opfso^ ^ ^is ;:saJ!ip ;£s£s^ 4^23 .Uax 
o2 ^^1? ^9 ^^ o^ ^aOoi ;^ ^3 39 .^01 ^ ;oo; 

tA 3^2o 4^ .o^ki) wM^isisjko ;is!^3aQ9 t\> ^^v^ i^. 

;aA^ "J^^,? ^2 >'»^tYi3 )zlS 09123 .btdbo sa 

<*A N^2 isi2 iite^^ba .. o9^3a3 
.iJaa o^ ;oo) ;^3:3 ;LQ:3ba^ ^ssdii w^ol ^^3 3^ 

;iao7 .;ooi uQ>^Sa3 5u2 ;lisp opM ;is*i3 J^ ^^ ^A 
^^ ^ ;i3A2 ^^ ^^ijuJo A3\ ^^f2 390 .;oo) J^2 sjy^ 

or^oi ^a^^o .;lip ;i|^23 ^^2 A -^.? ^ .;3qi ^^ 
.isxa '^is^ XifM 3m\^ ;&992 ..oai ai.is*ia .oA iKA3o2o 



THE HISTORY OF ABHA ISIDORE. I lO 

;iu«S3 ^o>S lisL^ ^ ya^ ^aJO^I .^a^ ?ASjp ^i 
lorn vfsoxj^ pJ* ^,W^ ^iij>\xie .^]Sx aja Mo ^;^'rV* ;iKx 
.MOieai3e3J3 ;oo7 ais^b U*i *>S'> ^A^ads ^3 jB9b;^3b3 

^2 .^ ^^^ ^9 or^b^ ^'^^^f^o .^oroa^ Si^^^a 
?^jo\ y ee? 3)*!^ or^ ;ob] ^aJ -^3^? ^ ^^ ^QflUMd 

mOo; .^ fr^'js ^br iSA2 ,ti^t*)flb ^ aks ^a .^SoTfo 
i^ pao .;is*L^03 ^,&f3 ^^>^A*? ^^ \\,y .v^JsbS -^^S^^- 
;ibl30A ^^ ^ .^ ^^'^ ^^ a]iseS .Aiatra JN^2 
.U?9? o^ox paij o7^b^ ^ dutf .0^ j;*^!!^? isui 
*>l^ohp ^^Sot. wii&^ia 6ai iseS >X^ ^9^7^ 

eOO) h >Si»y^ \< Jail .LA>b;^3033 o^^s ^3 mCToI^ 

^3 ^ob) b7«^«2 .^aui oj^aouoe .Mcrro'aaoa ^'aiie 
^OmS }ob) ^SAfrai ^oui o^e >}x«au J^OmS ciisaouo 
;^;a ;ob) a.i,ad9 3^ .^^ «aiV^ ^y lyapii^ .;3o^3 
^<<.«aia!y ^3 ^^2 ^i!^ ^o^ ^ob) ^b>o , ^^*.S>h ^op ^o 
;ij[ .;obi ;^haai&o ^isAlJ ;,3m ;isjj; \aA 3a .^inirt^ oobi 
isAl 33^3 oAiao ^1 .?t>>n\ 07^ ^3^il ^^ ^ ?^3 tt? 
007 .^saqm oi^ ;ibp ^^^ isil i\Si^il3 .^JSoauo ^sbp 
Jqbj uQ3^ •>eo? MiSi\,.ni ;sA^3 07^ Ixl Sik^ .A 3^;^ ^3 

6fA 5^i «^i»3 ^AO^S .;390U3 ;3b^f ^^OmSs ^Q^A 9k^ ^3 

^ .Ji 3€^ ;b^i 1^23 5^2 ;Ab7^ U^ ^bl ;i!l^ ^3 ;39a 



I09 THE HISTORY OF ABBA ISIDORE. 

^Apoi J6s*2p Ixlo .Itl^ob iJobois ^;?UQ>&5 ;&! .^a^fu^^ 

;a2 »Sa2 ;ar .;o^i A^oiu? ?vS^Sovi ^io^oa^ it^y^^ 

.^tasoofaa uQ3»^V.ttioiQ» 67^ ov^ ^007 ^?u \<Aor ^o^ 

;ai>iteS laucdM ^3 ^^isa^^o .^007 in A/33 ;S ^.a^bo SSiO 
.yas* Itii^? ^ -^9^<3ab J^^o ^ol :a^ 990 .^oci ^ok 
."py^o bOaa ^ojcwiS ;\^2 ^^2 .jaa:x JuiS ^oaJap ;^2 
'^ojSSi ya^ %^o .^'o'^s 'Joo) ^0^*^23 or^o^iS ;i\^2o 
jQ>jk9£ia 007 ^3^3 oaj .0^2 ysk ^.MtttoS ^2 >^4^i ^2 
loaj uorei^2 m^ ^^ly ^ ^2 .^fsfcLi£»3 ^cp ^^2 ^*x^ 

X>oo; «A)4^o .^a^^ois^b «ui cr^SoS JSa^2 t^o; aa 
MJS^2 ;»> ftA ^3 ^fo:^ 39 -^V?? ^-^^^ «^9^f? ^ 

A ^S^b 5^2 ;iaacoiV,9 ItaB ^'iaoa JSi^o -23^3 a{s^y }\nSt 
.;au^a( mOT03^03 ^ ^bb^is&b o^jjbp ^^*^ .aaa>39 ;^3 
>S ^y e '"pyiaa lii J^^ ^ sa .yiboAs ^2 9boL ;s*oo;bo 

^,aMor .^M>^3 ^SLA <soaa23 aoAai ^ ;^2 .6^007 JAM 



THE HISTORY OF ABBA ISIDORE. Io8 

?.Qlo*Vne jioiQKib ..09M^e yoaao^ .o!iKaa«A9 oooj 

.?Mittft'ia o!£SQiiflu.ar ^o^aJK >\y,Y» : ^dAbAnopo ^p yoiof 
^ ^»*\%ifsa) yoeo^o .e7^aA^ ^ ^2 oooj . exMAda 
^iri 3m\ loa\ 7<<tta .or^obOi*A>3 d^o^^!^ \\,y -^d^^ 
Zsi^a ^,?^o }is*L^e3 >^o70b9 loo] ^J0 'y\ U^aj .joSa 

^2p }isu2 ^3^ ^S3b 5^i -Ix^yp l^ajp 0^007 laoiisa 
HQ>«^o .or^StbuSo opusa H>!>o^isbo .000^ ^3 .007A00 

0001 ^!^0 .^9m3 ^07 yOO;^ ^^^^? ^f ^^ ^ 09^ 

;i!!^ ^3 eoi .o;;so^ ;oo7b ^opo^ \ii yOo^S a^^p o^ 

;i^p ^ ^,3bo oo) .;isM03a^p ;*A3e^ ^*oo! ;a3js£s»o 

.vA '^^ .;^,p ^orp •'^^ ^ 4^P ^^ii? 9>^o 
;[^p ^arp ;isaiufl> .Jis^2 i^^ pap :aS U2 p^^p 

.N*oo) ;9ai;L ;o«p943,p ^ ^ }ooi ^JK^p .Ui ^2 ^Sm 



I07 THE HISTORY OF ABBA ISIDORE. 

^o^ o2 ^3^2 xX^ dH 4o^? ? » tmf>'i eoorb yoio^ ^2 
.^JSeSisJ^a ^3k^o3 e&bb\ 0733 .eooi ^a^baLs Ski ^>^^» 

.^s^iit'V ^^? ^99 .;^o3i3is39 ;^o^^9 ;^a ^'^9? i^l 
;2k;^ :a> ^ora 00 .jbS ^103^30;^ ?\^bp3 ^KSis? 

i^ ^^^ .JL2.{&bOL33 oi^oL^or ^9^3;s Xyy .3l,3bO 

;'x.^ ^i'^ ^lai^ «^ ^bp3 007 .;is39bo3^3 ^39^ ^is&*3k^ 

;iS3i^3 ;303AA»a2o ^auxd ^907 M07oiKf2o .3o3tj(df2 loa\ 
.^moM a^;N» o;£SoA^3 ^30x^3 007 .2*39diba)iS23 
;33933 lAoXlja 39 .;90) ^070^^2 ;3a3LbexJ33 ;%boato3 
.;a^fV^,? ^^o^ o^^^fu* ^^<^ ^^3 ;t&or .^oo; MM^^^ 

Fol.47'^. .^' ^A!13i 3k3 ^SLO ^OO) m070^23 .^O^ ^2 ^3 | or^Sk332 

^lasSst ^ M ^'3m2 ^kx ^Siavabtty ^9:s ^L 993 oaf 
;Lisoa .Moneu^3 07^0^93;^ ^,?^ ^9^ l^^ 9,91 ^'^o/ 

is^^iiM ;3o^^ ^3 ;^2 .;3jq>33 ;iN^d9;u3 02 .w^r^i^ 

^oo! ;&tJ9 .;^9f]u^ ^ ^^^ ^9^ 3^^ ^070 .:affia^2 
.;907 >^<S^ ^^iao,? o)^9du^ ^ 39 .?io\«< ^^9^ 
^*iM>» ;l^2o .0^ 09Cf7 ^,3^ ^ toior Morol^3 ^la^i 



THE HISTORY OF ABBA ISIDORE. Io6 

UpOkO^Ss^ ^ie .}Aa l^rinS ?*^\My» ?4>\<tt;b ^Jks^o 
^io .^ ^ajQiMbp ^eo^ ^-^^V^^T v^ ^t^M^ ^ 'Vp®^ 

.^ V^ yOap ki23 ^iu*<s^ 3aS<9 ^'a "P^ oaf '^cnsb ■ 
5^Jl^ ^ is&2 ^aisisMo .^ov^,? ^4f^^^ ^?^^ ^ 

;u2bo ^dJ^ ^?^? ^^? ^k^ ^? "^^.^^ -^^ ^?^P 

^awM^^ i^ 1^9 '^^"t^k^? 3^0i^o .^opo ^'iae^ab 

^o >'^9mi iSiMb ^L^kaooe .>^L^3JS3 'ikoM^fO^^ .yihyti 

^,3^ ^Ixm^so v?^^ ^^9^2^ ^^^ '^.P^ ^^^ ^^^.?P 

.?tn>axy3 of^^^>9 5^^ ^*meSst ^poxao .o^o^s 



•> -^siKa ^*o^9 ^aox <• 



^JSqLSi'ia ^M^isa .^JKo^ \J^? o^aao^ i^^y ^2 



I05 THE FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT DESCRIBED. 

^ ;007 ;L^9 9tf\ p,3bbO t\a .;^03iiD*07d 0^3 OT^K^iV) 

^*bou*33 ^^2 ^ sil 3^^ aina ;i^2 .oo) ^^ ^^oa^ot 

yOO^'S;^^ ^3 .3^*2 39 JS34 ^03^ ^l >^A^ ^*9^kjQ3a3 

.^sbaa^o .^«^3Ji^bo ;o^'i >^^3 ^3 ^s^i^ .^2 .o^pfr. 
uo;o^2 ^OmS .3Se23 ^o^ ^^A^ ^"^ 1^^ .^iSii^oa 
.;^flAb9uio; 4^oaii^ .;4obau03 .^o3 iK03u^ -^^o^r -^^^^^ 
.or^^ 5^2 ^o33 ;'3;i^ ^2 ^or .^^oasauo^o .;^oau3^ 

;lS3o 4s^ ^^3 .;&m ^'S;^ ^^^,? \^^^ ^? ^o; 

Foi. 46^. 3dbiL ;l!!So I ^3^ ;'^x e2 ;3iQ>3 Sat2, poj^ ;lS ^2 ^Om 
.i/BBcSoh ^O^ 3^*2 ^3 «i3eJS .;isX^ ^JS3;^3 JU2 :zi>« 
IsAm 990 -073^3 si^ pSbbAa ^ .jioL ^oi^23 J(i^3 
i^id ^saj^ .o{^ ^»Xai1!»3 ^X*2 ^ ^?i^^ -^^^^^^ ^ 
.07^ ^'isa 3^ ^3 ^iso^u .pisa ^^ e2 ^oj'^oaa 
;±aA>o 4b^^3 5^2 .^iss^ o2 ;i^^ba3 ^,3^0/ yMfjUJs&o 
^s^isb ^^au3 ^ ^3 ^3JSJk .0^ ^<^U^3 ^<^23 ;49*'^^? 
;i^aao .jLCLsjo ^oso .;±fliOM9 ^xoi ^f\,o3 ^3^£sa»^ 

;0lSA ;3Ol30 3A .^;i^ A3 ;^0&33isA3MO .^aua 2330;30O 

lta>A ^3m2 ^OJS -^3532 ^or tSiu 6Sflh^ ^61 3b^ 
^ JJ03>i«^>3 ^3 Oaci -5^3 ^1^0* JS^3^ ^2 93bfib9 

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LETTER OF PALLADIUS TO LAUSUS. IO4 

0001 .opkOMjk ..oo^&^^sp ^3 ^oa^o .^io^ o^ Ipai 
\^^ ^ ^b^i^is ;i!0 iVN^ya ^a^io ^■ii>^n**> aa ^aec^ 

^iii^aao aoAs ^Imo ?4>mS Xiu ^«^ o^ .J^xo jQ>ii^ ? i \,m 
■^^bft^-j yoiora ;L^ ^ .)^'o3o ;a^ .^^^ t^i .0001 

;!d^ft4 ^j^^ vf^^^ '^^^ ^^ poAs Q^a4*^^ 

\^2 ^ ^^flA;aa ;^3e;3 ^o* :BiS | ;^29 .a^^'io ^oa^ Foi.46<T. 
.&kaiM2 ajy, ^of pi^a ;3^o ;a>03a ;L^ .1^ iSo 
;4^ .op ^2 lh;xp oooT ^ai^io .;907 ^ ^fp ^ l^^ 
;aibOb; ;^3:o ^02^2 ;3ai ;or ^.a^io .;&so \a2 ;x&23 0130 

.<^f;i ^^iaaob ^07 aisa ;^o .^uSi^aaoa yoiaj aka ^a 
;^aooiu ^2e .?3o^ ;XQXoa^ j^Karki ^ou :aL>< e2 ^j; 

^3«3 ?^tno :aL^ o2 .;ix ;ui^o -op 6^2 ;>;sa ^3a2 

^4^ V?^^ ^^^ -^^ "^^^ o.?^i^ -^^ ^^ 
V2 ;dAoa;3B aA Q^ .;a^ ;2s3io ^bal ;aa^ Ic] ;aalia 

;i.oao^ o^ aisaa aA, ;» .a^^ap ^i^^ott^a ^acwo 



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103 LETTER OF PALLADIUS TO LAUSUS. 

oS .;>bo^ ;3isib9 ;i^od .;Ioor 07a>^? ^isxbAX^ ^oV^aaa 

:s,a^ ^2^3^23 ;^Qxoa^ ;l^3 ^ou*3 ;Ioar :s,3^ ^^ ?a 
;3or3 ^2lXo JSi.23 ;&9a2 .^3^ ^ ^d;^ ''^i isoooi 

;j^3 wk3kMJS3o ;is£LajQ> 6«^;a ^isMflOX^ab .oior .M.3^ 

45^- ds^ ^ >;» I 02 .oN>ll ^^03 ^O^ ^3073 O^lap .030^ 

;^o;«sc7! ^ el .^a^^? ;&or3oa ^^ ^ o2 .;^ou;bpo ;^ 

is*oo7 'JsSkbos 39 ^3 ^a2 .03^o2 ;^fl\!^3^ '^^^ /°.?^ 
.is&i ^^ ;j^ %t a \S .wfiLs^^ is*007 «30JS OpO .OUQM 

' _.▼ *\> I'll) •• » » '/ t Jl 

^' s om ^N 39 -^09 ^o^ ^*3kS<3is3o 3^1^^ ;o^i ^^1^ 
;isxao^ ;3dA^ ;&3;3o^3 3^*^ jff[ 3ist^ -:23uq> ;lS ;iQ>obol 

.^s^33 yOkio^ ^07^ ^ «fViO .;!i!» ;ji;3o^ ^3 e2 
^07^0 -^3k^ ^2 ^o>^^23 .ou£sx2 ;3^ ;3:x3o53 

;^kf)U.3o ^o^is^23 ou4^^2 ijsiiXA ;49^>3 ^^9^ ^?i? 

;Iisx^ o2 ;is^09;^ wjasjs 02 «So3^6s >i>a>^ ;lSo ^3^x0 

^i.;3;«3 o2 ^t^si^r? rV^A -^^ o2 ;3o\ ^or ;^2 ;3^3 

OTjU^Sa ^,3^0 ^3^ ^O^ ^93 Aool y.fSX2 .^amXm^ 

^2 X^ ouisa(2 .07^.A^3isj3 SA 3or3f2 .^«.aa^2 )^ 



LETTER OF PALLADIUS TO LAUSUS. 102 

.oT^ebisJMei ;o9! aia ^ oS .;^^ ^f^il? ?!>^?^^ 

UaJKeu \\'*p -^'3^ A333 Z3U^ ''^f^? ^l S*s^6i ;^ 
^2 .;i2 b6saao ^ph yoia^^ ^ o^ . 6^007 ^ai^i ^i!!^ 2.?or 
;5L^0 I lka0i ^>3 ^2 ^ ;i52 .;a2 3,>>:0 ?,V^;,\ ^Fo1.4S<'- 
iS^o 2^o»o ^aC&s^o >il<^ttu2o ^2 ^'2 ^ora^i . •oaftoi 

j»A\isl .'isil ^^V9 ^a!*Vi\ ;^;I^03 ^2o .;ao^ 2o^2? 

;5i«>b 23^^? ^^?^ .000} ^aojsissap S>*o^Sa Z^o^odciao 
.o^isisj^ 2i^o*? Z»>9V**Vm t^ 99 .000} ^^i0 ^ojA^ 
ZJjLd x!^a >^L^aJK3b Jo^ .a*oiNa:2 ^ 2^otat>^ OSA 
.20^2 fr^aa ;»'v<d23 6^2^ ou^^2o euAd 2d^oxoa^ 
.ootSa Ma\ljKao o^&aoa .ao^b U^ isiiymia oo;aAd^2aa 



lOI LETTER OF PALLADIUS TO LAUSUS. 

'pHL >ri,>V^a ^^boi^ J.07 ^io ^aislbs y.^ ^a ^^^^f 

¥o\.44i.'pSiO I .is&i ;^ ;i^ T^SivSe .;^xA ao^ is^oor ^'.Sy 
^iw ^kOil^ )J^3 .^aor i^io ^2 J^Obitf ^07^^ ^or 

o^ ^?4^ ^eo)& ^iaaoMsb .^is^o^^i ;^oa^\bpp ^070^^2 
J,a! ^2 .^j^o^ ;*^aiQ>3 .^ais^ o^akub ;l^'2 .^^boS 

yooi^ajal ^ yOAoi aJ^^ ki^io .Jaoa .^os il>\fy ^ 99^o 

^ li^fpo ^AO^Si ;bai^ ;aA^o* :au.a o2 .^07 ;i2 
abo^ ;^ao2a >^3bbaL^ ^^^? ^^o^ ^^2o .^ou ^^^^o 

dMi ^ai^K ^sI&S* tA ^oo^a <S^^a .oi^aaa .j^a ^oo;aa 
>^rn(H*t) ^ar 5^2a ^Ibop^a i^i:aL 6^«Zf&cn -^o;^2 y,>*w>Ja ^ a^i 
aA^ yl .a^isis2 :^oo] ^iti ^a ;L2 ;&aft^oAa .lA^ ^w.oo) 
oo] .07^ ^tA^ ^bpo ^a acta m&^ ^oo] aisJiao J^a oo; 
or^9&iA*o^o ^i>^93 m07ojaoa>3o oi^^byao MOieaaoa^ia 
001 .;&2 a»2 joo^c^ Hji^V^ -^^i^ ^^^ .?Mit^7a 
ao07*3 jQiQoa^ ^ .^oAo ^^9^9 ^otJbiA %^;^ ySyya 



PLACES IN EGYPT VISITED BY PALLADIUS. ICX) 

.;^<iKs2 ;3^? U^o3 ;*o^i ^3^0* Ji^ ;ab'9it ^xo^i? 

^^6i^ yOov^b ^o^ ^«!l;fto ^^9 .?ty*Vhao ;«b9eo)33 

Mcno^23 -}x^3 ;&d3o^o .;3JsI&o ;Aor ;i3a7a^ ;30i^ 
^3 .J.^o\s :^ol o^^aS ;saoj3 .Uf^io ;^ai ;3^ 

;3;^ X9V^ ^^^ ^^ ^ ^^^ ;is!sA» j^ p^^ 

.^^ ^9^^ r:? ^^ -^?^ <[.?^? ^^ ;so3o^9o o^ 
.;ajcx ^1^ ^ ;isfiL3Jo >^^„?o ;xM^a^o ;xos«2^o 

:;iSiiuX»o ;sar ;»^3 ;iLajQ> ;«^3o5 ^ is&I ^a^ aA 

loaj ;a\» ;o^i «^a^ o^ ^2o .<^L.2 JS<^J^a ^07 :a>« 
uVTr-'^ 09.^,? ^<V>^ yoo^a ^r^ a«V^ ^^ ■'^^-^ ^^ 

.«aufto> ^2 isoAaaa ^a ;L>« .;^)i ^ ;x^a 6}As^ 

Iffoii ;^^ 7^0 ;iisx;i? .;»2 ;iia ^bi^ ^m ^i ^Ai? 



99 THE COUNSELS OF PALLADIUS. 

<*;iss^i iSscS^ ok^Sfi ^^p l^oxo ^jo i^ 

*>aja '^ipL lafilp ^bo^i .JiAoa ^ae ^3^ ^9^? ;90u^ 

;al^3 ^3 5^i ^ ^o^o .^3Lujap ;'iboo^ otAay, ^^ 

yoa^ .^03^3 cjjA^ouo .^fr^oo^cn bka . osorbf&a v^e? 
bis^ 3utt^b Aa^bo ^il^So .?tu'>'w ;:so&a^issbo^b 5^2 ^o 

.;istiL.ajQ» ;isMofuc^ ^A^? ^073 ^^oaSb ^io ..^aa!^ 

5^ie .^N^udso OmSmX2 ;^ob033 '^^'a>^ ^ 007 ^£3 
^ttAo^jb ;isauai> ;isa^3 o/JSeuab ^oboisaab ^2 o^2 

<*6pk*3 ;'bisib90 ^b ^3k3039 ^3 ^3ao^ 

99 .;^*sba33 lyaa S^^ ^^^ ^^k^^? "A "^^^ "f^^i^ 
:aui3 ^39>^ e2 .^^bis ^o3b> ;&9tjUo^ ^ ^2 ^Xi*a^2 

fi^o^ «A ^oo;b ;isbis*ba33 .^sA<bis3 ^JSOA^o^x^ ^i^^ 
^«^S^.b ;&39 A ;ooT ^aba ^3ox ^ o^9 007 .^o^i 
.;>«Om23 ^^^P ;3C303u3 ;a2 xabis^ sla .^Aslae ^'i^o 
.iS*o'or ^^sodoAo^ia Jkx wji3 b*biQ>^ .2^0*3^^*3 ;\bootoo 



THE COUNSELS OF PALLADIUS. 98 

eof lost .Mi^yixS ^^f^o .edi.ofio!^ jXauaS . . kij 

^07 .;»*»bftS JS«2 ^aJ^^a or^oauo^bs ^aoiif ^'^j? ^^\ 

)^o .^'ifp ^<^ <S4<o ^,!?h ^\^ "^.Pf? V^ <^^ 

'>^iL3 ^SLS d^ei oaoL^iKaui^ ^iaaaiiS 
;^ad o;is3;^o .;If^JS» ^aaAs ^loaiosa oi^oaJsJ^ 

;^ ISap 6m M0To4f2 ^o^i!!^ •^,?o ? "n^M }aa^ 

.>JJ39 ;^^ 
•:* jda ^oMa 1^3 eor .^oioiul ^la^fjoao ^^.ai ^a 2aai^ 



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97 PALLADIUS DESCRIBES HIS WORK. 

^A^a^2 .^Si^orS ^sa^ ^aLA Jaaa^ ^^.f? >A\\^*ti'io 
^X<.iS lisoiSfSs^ \sAoi a{Soa .lafil ^^,?? .Abojy \yy 
.^^.iaaE ;sl'3it ^^c^'i ^? ^s ^j^ -^^^ ^?^ ^*9^ ^^h 

^^Aso .Uoi ^>^ 5^ ^?ox ?M>tbf3iria ^>3lo .Kyy 

;2^o ^'ia^ MM.^i o2 .&o^i ^V^ ^^^ "^^ ^'^'^'^P^^ 
^Sm30 >^'xba«opo Ij^ai ^^oik^s '^^^ -2o^i ^^afl 
5^ isisax^ 39 -^9^ ^07^ i? c".?^ ^^^ ^^^ -^^^ 

\ii frj^oi 99 .ao^f '?^o >^^ 'vp^T^ >r 9^ ^9.^? 

yIo;3 ;:^2 au>M m079 J^oboa iSyyo -oadoV^ ^^9?? 
t^ouxa ;«^is ^LCL b ooS^ .;isCU3jQ> ;jSMQia:^. ;I>tiftop3 

43a-liy^ p^a luii ^9 5^i ..00^ ^9.^? ^^9.?? ^c^9 
^3 or^edu^ .0907^ ;bo^oa:o .^^soboa JsS^ ^ IhoStf 
^.^aJaa ^A^oaao -^ait lisapjiip liscSj^^sao .^oa^a 






N 



THE PLAN OF THE BOOK OF PARADISE. ' 96 

;aLait ^No^'is ^^^^9 -^^^^^ 3^ 5^ ;iK*L^e3 ^oJK 
^o^ l»'ySt is^eo] l^^ y€\ps»o .A*3 >^mOX^ soL? 

;x3a ^axdbob kOouaAOjb Jap ^dio ^a U^ ^^ ^Sk .>*v\^ 

;^6^b ^2 .^aLpii ^JSo^'ia yoo^^a ;^oS^ii .;l2 ^ji^d^ 

Oy^^b ^Ic^io 23303 ^'inV^S .?*ii>Si>< o?.^,? ?V«'N^2^ 

^,3 ^orp ^ii^* 'U^ ^^^ ^'?^^ ^'?^9^ ^^>^^^^ 
;^Quxa^b .^^ ?»%o23 ^^3 ^'iinftSy 2auk3 ^2o 

e^ A^„?^? ^? t*^^ •^^'**^^ ^t^^ii ^^ ^\ ii^\ 
.;o7Si^ v^tinS ^'^yJdob m97o^i^^2 ^ ;c^i JK^,?? 2io\ia 

.;L323 2a^^4?9 ^?4^o ;I'SaCbo ^a>ii9 ^or ;»?»'\oi 



95 THE PLAN OF THE BOOK OF PARADISE. 

;o;*boJS ^abook^o .^alslbo ^aaos qia ^k^xS ;ai>o ;iop 

;j^o9\b0i^b ;3ar ^So^se .. o>bOi^ ;&IbaiX ;ilor ;3:3oa^b 
^or p^' ,yWpi ^oabfuo >^i.y,i .^bajia A'lft**) ^^P 
;»>fldute a a .;Io^i ;^ea3 ^bis»a lis/^^^ ;Ma ^lo ^a 
;a3oaa ^xo^l^ ^isa>3j2^ .^alsab ^o^ .^ao^ MS* 
Jaula nVia .;is*o^i .^^au«ao >^ou*is^b «ui .Jsiixx Jiaisi^ 

oo) .M^ ^^^i^ ^W? ^^9^? ^^tten yc^olf •^^ ^,? ^j| 

Foi.42a. .^ilx I ;au«a wO!ea*^o .^j^ou J^ ^orekil orX^aisab 

aa 'bkiUNJi yoo^a ^Ixa M07e>Mi2a 00; ^baso *^«ai^^2 

^il^aS .^isibob ^c/a ^ao^^ ^o^b 007 \\*ft .'vii^liS 
^o ^jjQx^b ll'aisiao ;'i3oa3 ;^'aAO ^abbftb ^ui .aA*! ^a^ili. 
?i M Sa^ 3 .^o^i^ ^^1^ 99 a ^or -^9^ ^^0732 ;JscbiM> 
^o^a yOOT^aa .fth^i I^^J^a ^o^L^ ^I&Oo ;i\*ba^ 
^Qxa2 ^'fisa^ .ooiJSOAfa Ntdt* .^o^i ^2Laa ;^lA^2 
.oi^aisl^ ^aoa .eop.50 ^ a^i JS^a aa .^ aax2o 



THE LETTER OF PALLADIUS TO LAUSUS. 94 

yOOfiSO ^Aio'? yO&O^ J^OsIkI^ i^i ^'y*3 ^<^^M3 V?^^ 

.yoo^ ^4^ $;nXV? t^^ ^*iQ>4V^ ^^ .?iA\y 

abS^ ;&I^ 007 ?AVy ^9 <Iop .^a^ ^j^? %<3^A 

• •«»»» > »» • « I ,• •• ,1 > • » < 

.;ai^Q» 3A&a }'>boo\ ^i ;V»^ .^o^i ^9^? ^^^V?? "^ 

;aia ;i^^y ;eoi a^^'l ^ .6soa] aft,M Ijiof oS a^^ cS^ 
cH .yji^a ^2 5^^9^o ^2 MM&a ^i^ ^^^^a woioau^is^ 
.y^cno^AxS ;oo7 jafvSi^*if> .^i^a ;^ou;^ ^^;MuMX ^a a^^ 

ol .;b3bis» }o^^a ^m ?tAi\ 6^ ubaf : : ^o?ii^VyS 
ft^?»Ay ^;^a 02 .^al ;i^a ;!0 oor JKaU^ooops ^^dsa 

;o^ ^ . \-f i vyi i S ;l35 ;a** ;^o ^.a*;; .^9^? ;» 6a\ 

•>^aA ;^o<ax3 
;ikObou^ie .^A^ou ^a u97 ^oA^ Zi^aa^a ^t!!^ ;x^ 
oo^S ^j^ JK*;Liboia Joi .loiii ^!iLaa >^a>iao .^^^ ^ 
mOoto aaj^d^o X*ao7 <\1mjkj[ 4o7^2^ /O^a^ ooia .2s^ 



93 THE LETTER OF PALLADIUS TO LAUSUS. 



cnaaia :2is^,3^ uQaAo^ l Sgrb ^ana^l uQ>^aS>^a ^^^^i^ 

i^ .;isa^23 ;ai* ;3o\ ^a a-^ Jq Ih^ ^^ ^9\ 

it 

^^aa ;xla3 ^o .;is£LajQ> aisa ^>*xi ^2 l' - ^o a^a v^o) 

^\^v^» ^'?^? ^'^? ^V^? ^^ ^^ -v^^?* vf ^ ^? 
;&^ai tli< yfiLuQ) A? woroaoAs aA^ oo) ^ .J^S^JSa 

;iaM2 isAo .mOJoM o7^I Jap 007a \^ao .^ t^a Xh^l 

;:^o*^^S 0^ ^*Lb ?yA\y ^A^ ^oo^ ^ a^^isla 
.;^ait ^ ^*d^ ;3la^ ;ft9>^ ^a ^or .b^ ^ j^4^^>^ 

a«^ ^<!^i .Z*^^^9 r^^ ^.?^ ^ ^^?? ^sia ^of 



THE BIOGRAI'HER S CONCLUDING REMARKS. 92 

» koilia U33o^ '^^'^^ 'V^^? ^o^aox ^^^ 'tjl^o 

3I ;^|^ .^0^2 aao Morei^2 loiil poAa ;oo} )^ .?<^ttM 
.wi^aa ^^'fftf'a afaoxii .^qiSi .00^ ^aaisobos .oio; loJiS 
.JfAkdpB ^ 3Jsi t^aa ?ySinM*tf9 ^i>^ ^2 ^^a4^o ;3aA 

or^^o\2^ ^t^9 :2^?^^? HS^ 



91 HOLY MEN ILLUMINE THE WORLD. 

Is'say^p ;^e liio^ aJs Xi^ ;oo} )S .la/Hi ^o^b ?»S.tiatY> 

ohoAJ^ SA oo) ;o^i ■?ioS>\< crjSjv^ ^3uN2 .;o^i ^oSb 
;Ijbp ajy^ ^i ^^ .^^6S!pp ^ om 3^fA>?o ^aOL^ l^mp 

;aa9ibp9 ^A^ -^^?^ "^^^^ wX,S^*y)/B ^^^ .;^o3^i3 
;aaf Japs ecFj .mOV>SV ^ ^o^Si oo; o^2 .fsaJs&o ^smi^a 
;o7^i9 ;u2 ^of y^o] aJ^ ^2 ::o^ "fp^^ii ^?^ 

.^oft*l>>\)»3fc ;^o!a3: v^2 \iAa^ ,>8iS>S ^sotus ^aatSa 
^5b^o .Mcnciaaubo^ tt?^? t^^ -^^j ^o^ tt^4^? 

il^ A2 .^otMsisx&a ki^^ ;oo) ;S .;^3i^ '^^'^ ^^ 

;sobsaa .;isauJsa l^m saSaS loa]6so IaL*^ l^oS* loa^^ 

» < " • ' Iff ',•" ' " " ^" I >' I ^tl 'urn 

a]h6so^t .Si^b ^baM*9 >^o?nJ>nS ^i\^9 .21;^ ^sia lfcj^I^ 

oor 5^2 .^si^ovbAS ^2 ^^&o juksa .;9^o^ 07^ ;ior 

X^JsJik ;JaS piSisaLMO ^Ji^JSbo .ju^a^ a^a ^bjsoi^ 0079 

'^jt » » ' Tt < ' II ^11 I II II I m t ~ , I ».. ■ 

^<^ x» ^oau ^9i09 ^isis&e jd2 tla \»|^of ^^isjk 
oj^ ^ ,tdA^9 ^^o .M^dibB qS ^AMfdbob ^i^ ^o^ 



THE SANCTITY 01 ANTHONY's APPAREL. QO 

olaSa .^kboB opLbo a.nft.aa yayio ^'l Ui,i ^3 .osoi 

;^i yoior ^ 3^is* .Mojoaoti ;3bki xb^ ;^ olio .^Lsis 

^i -yO^^i ^o$^3 MO)ai;!0 ^ "piic »3Aib ^j^ ^ 

eo! 5^2 -v?^^ ?i'i?'V? .vAOfoi;^ ^ "piij^ ;aa^» 

;sucD9 a^^^Vna ^orol^? '^^V? ^^ax a^J^l %^a\ 

^3Q^9 ^O .M0ie>3033 ^3QX9 ^SXK ^?it 00)0 .?nft\, 

k^l oa&^^2 ;907 ^ ;i^;; .^fl\p moioL^ Xa^bo^ ^or 

frX^a ^o^,? o^^? t^ ^i^^ii >^ .oi^oiuo^ ^3^ 
;L^i '^^X^^ ^iJaS o!^aakko or^3«a ;i^oauA> ^o .;o^i 
^»i ;1^ ^,?^ ^^? •"Asi^^^ X'i^^^ oidso^aM ,i\,y 
^o^i orsi^ .opoaoV, ^097 Ji^i ^or aao .^oro^a \>« 

Ao .;49^='^ ^^ ^.?^ ^'X? ^^7^ ^Aw ^ '2^*?^ ^? 
^jo^M M0Toau2o ^3 MOjo^kVJa ^lo -^Sfta mOIOije ^ ^v« 
.opAxoV^ ^oo! ^fOM ^07^ ^or ^ 990 .<^?>Siy ^o^ 
^AJolVao ^il\f%?*ni*i3 tX*i .00^ k» o7^9iM Xoo! ?»ont 

«>;oo7 lija or^oaui^a ;»xo\«^9uboS 
o^ 3>^3^f >tiiV'%3o of^ J^,^ ;ao3 •la^b ^a ^aor 



89 HE WISHES TO BE BURIED IN THE DESERT, 



Fol, 



39^.^007^9 I .yo'isil ^2 6>^U^2 ^3 oAp .^^^ J^at* ^^^,? 
^oo7^ ^3 99^o .0^ ^*^o .^sbob o^oa^ ^A^ 

^i vA ^isA2 ^bo^Lo wS^ v?^^ Vi'^ -^?^^il ^ore 

.^hjss^ Ssio JiS^ MA^ ..o^sis ;S jdA .;3;l^3 

MUOttAiQx&e ^uftVi^i .»oo^ iKA23 ^3u!w 5^2 ^iiub 

^oof ;iS ;3or3 .^901 >QAiar) ^^;Lboi3 ajy^ yoiN&2 ^9bl 

;9079 ^<^2^ Xaoo) «^,3kL ^^b ^is£2 ^^Mo .;3k^isiQ>^ 
^>iSk^ ;^p ;'^ ;ao^ ^aroAfkti2 .;^t^? ;iNb9lt3b9 

^oo! o73oiu 0073 ;Li2 .M^Aoas^a Uor U^o -3^? ^isoa 
oaor ;^atlft^2 ^o^'^ateSo .07S As ^xo/o .o7^o£S9u^3 ^ 

M^^ox^.^ ^or ^^o >3^3 ;>k3M«2 ;Lisoa ij^o] o^ ^^i 
x!y, ^o^^ ■jlioS.a'Ti oxo5 wis XiS^ toa^^ ^oo;& ^>^a3 

l^l ousio .w*o7o!i\'9 Mtkbo >^bc» o^e .3M2 ;!^'a3 ^0/ 

^30)^ OlIi^ mOO)I .f03 ^3 ^070^2 .0^ ^<.&b:ibOO ^J|i^ 

uw^JS&o opau«3 ^v^? ^2 ^^ .oisjsa 0^23 yokora 

M 



Anthony's objection to being mummified. 88 
mOTo^;^ eoo) ^^lia ?^'^^(na^ ^,^ opt ^l .;3of ^ ^o^;iKa(|^^ 

yoa^oaa x«a .^MiSitbe ^fSAbo l^yh lU^2p ^o^^s ^ 

.jLbis obisoo Ob(U90 .QA>*dt^isj[o oAMx «^af ??»^^g> 

^a^Oo .oiaAJSj^ IJil \\h bisao : : erdooa^ o^ J^ ^j| 
^bjs ^a eoo; ^eo/ .MOfoa^ oooi ^a ^ yokop 
JEbflMa paob oifsoauo ^ 07<^ ^9^,? vf^^ .yOov.aoMi^ 
,A*JS&kb 5^i ^o;^ baojlo .Xi,?S>.\,i ^ojoxboio .^ X^fol^ 
^o^b ^ados ai\, ^s^bi ,1^1 ^\i ^o^ia ^be^ ;ij[ ^ora 
JS*^a*or9 }a^3 ov> ^3 y^^\ '^^ ^ ^^ ^JK» ^ol 
^a oaoibfjl .^eis*!^ ^oa ^o^^^b .Uo\^ ^^ yOoo)^ 
^du3 ^o* ^of .yois*bi ^ora ;xi2 ^i ;^j| .^^ae^ ;L^a 
b*^ ^o^ eo! ^fril ^9>* .^^^oabo ^>ti>» yoiK«oo; 
4aop k^io ^a yoisil ^o^aa .yOoiJSo^i^o ?w,S>ij) ^cub^ 
liiAo; ;lS .^oa^ ^t^LiUiftop pa^ ;l^ ^i ^co^ ^a 
.ooo^d^j; ^MtVon ^a ^9^>aci ^2 .^oo^ ^oa^ ^osora^A^ 
^f oi^ ^op Miibo ^oisAi^b pi^yiSif^ ^ao^ ^JS^opjo 
^<A^o .?\,n»maof .^'ai ^ ^No^ikox ^oa^ ^oorfi^ ;uia 



8y Anthony's dying exhortations. 

.y^Aiboo ^07^ Jiooi viOi^bo ^JS^f^ ^^99^3 ^01 -ora^i!^ 

.^*isiM ^oAaa ^3:12 ^2 ^2 .yOOkyioxs yOO}^ vj^^ 
1^2 y0007^9 '^^^. ^'^P ^\o .i^S ^?is>bo 0007 U^oi 

.^o7^oiS^3 .^s^ ^sui? yO^^^ tf^>? .^ObjQ>aar yoior 
U^o^ ^ *^2 JS^^Sea atto3k^o .^auSk^o ^^oai ^Ish*! 

;^ .^o^ yooo^ ^A^ JiBx ILS^ yl ^o .^07^330^ 
.^^ /H jcisa^dsD ;33^ SaJieS .^o\ qltt ^aub^b bA^ 
^^ b*V^ Ijiop .yOOj^o^Ssoat ^ ^3 iiti^of \^^9f?^ 
;33ac3 ;^o9033Cio .^0^23 ;3^ad: H^Nftta ^3079^.3 yo'isil 

oooi M^ .lii^l .oxaj ajsjk^ ^3 ^sbs o^dax b«3 aa 

.^302 07.±j^sj33 ^2 ;Js;Ii^j5> i\sp y^a^ ^JOf^^;; 

^o;*bSx ^3^ bJk, 000; ^3^ 43or >\\,v> ^^3Ais*o 
^ ^u »e 0007 ^pJOA -^o\ ^3c^3 ^Sa^s^IsIo .;i'^ ^3^23 
Xyy .^o>.'^^3 ^'iia ;i^2 ;'3a.tt3 ;^ ^o^ ^*b3JcDo 

Folsga.^ol^ ^aUd ^3 007 .yOOP ^3At^ ^?^?? I ^9^ ^M^? 



Anthony's Ar.K— onf. hundred and five years. 86 
yoafso 99 ;^s -o^? "^'T^?^.? ^^^.^Z^ lifl 9*^ '^'k^H 

lorn Stjiotao .^Wv* ^\.\\3 ^>t>\t9 ooai ^fMAaa ^»ViS 

.?t;ift\,\ ^fiUeb ^ J$m '^^9^3 ^3 }!AA '^^? ^^9>fV^ 
^,3 ;po! ;^2 <«;MJbai^ ^opL^ ^'ia^io ^ov'xaM ^^Afdio 

6sciso^ Ti\y\ w^sio .?*«i\i< Uof ^ ^t^^ ^^^ ^3 ^i 

^3^ ;3^ liop a]3 ^23 aJ^ ^p 111 Siil -^isJE2 ;x»3o5 
^i^ li^ysk^ hc^jo^ ^^tl&s ;oo) ?^b 5^i ^isi2 ^m.i*^ 
^ ^a %tt£k& -o^ X*A»a^2 2,por ^a A^2 .^la ao^ 

j^ox .^sor ^isa4x>b ;&a^aA ^07 yOo^ a>^)| .or,>I^ ^2 
^ ,?*n\v ^op ao^ ^2 aMbis^e .^la^oo yoa^^ om 
;33ati ^a ;eoi ^0)0^^2 .wi«*&^is;;a aM\ ooj ^iaf .l9**>t ?aA 
.Js^ o^ ^2 oSsost 99 ^a ^oro >J^o ^ l^ 33 ^ 
.oi^ ^thti*rto ^ditl^.>» yoo^ ^ >Aa ouaio .^iKa^aas 



85 BALAK MEETS WITH AN ACCIDENT AND DIES. 

a3oJL,3 .lyaSa o)^^ isbaSjEo .JS*bo ^o* ^'^ aisiso 
^a^ loo] \\f^^ Iqm aiibo ^07 ; ; ^att^!>^ 9w^2 ^^epo 

.^ o^ ^oo) \*\,^ ^3 ^or .^opE^p o?.^9 ?'iO^^^ 
o^Qiila ootp 007 5^2 .^tfs^s^o ooo) ^^bft^^isbos ^*i 
fi^ooi ^b&kOao ^^01 H>p ^or .MO^Sdk^ v*o^ ;oo7 \m 

yOa{^ aa^isifp -^^-^ ^2 5^2 ^s^bA^ o^ ^,p ^oo! ^070^2 
4^ Ao bfibkbo 99 MOiop^M loo] ^^2 3k*^ os.bp .^0^2 ^ 

.y.oro;^^b ;xm \y,y >^^? ^0703;^ |t|«2 oom o2 .;,3Ji 99 

. ^29 MOTOp^M }^2 oibpo '^tSio ^^aSio 9A 4^ ;^o 

Foi. 38^. 01^0 .%om 9jsiri 07^99 ^9!^^o ;i^ab9uo£ici i^p I -fAs?9 

M07cilS^ wbo ;;^e .^0709;^. ^4^ O7fsaia>obo't bwa^b ^a.9kiQ>9o 

5^2 ^i\*M 99 )^fj; ;^0 .^0709;^ ;420 ^OJSbOtt) 07^«^9^ 

..^s^^9 op3 ^90^9 uofob;^ ;^2 ^iflA^ ^ oAio .^^'ib 

^^29 ;a9d ^ ;007 t^99 ^?09!C^ 9^0 -^^$4^^ ^ 

;39db 0C93 ;^o .^Jk^^ ^ 07^9:3*0 1^0 .^070,9;^ 



PERSECUTION OF THE CHURCH BY BALA^C. 84 

^ /B,a^e .laiiip Utt*opB l^aSt *^^ '^l^ ^.?M 
)^eSl .lyf>4t ;L^ U07 ^^? ^^?7 ^^i^ ^ ^^^^ 

.;jI'Si9 ?ii\, \cLx i\>^ -^j^>A ^9^ "d^s ^f^^^ 
.^MdM ;^oJjb ^Lau^a ^ui .ajicia fiKis>* 6^ Jpo^ ^'>^o 

0^03 ^A^ }3LA ^IbOS 990 -^^9 ..^Atl J*i/miNo 

.;^;i9 Jll& aJy, laj .lilio^ ^)^» ^^1^ ^? .^xso^ofsaS 
^sio op bttao -^^mV^o op ><^ -^iKsS^i^ >^>n!^ 9^ V^,? ^^31^ 
m1^ .oi^ 3^;;o or^oAOa a^^M }>^3^jl3 d^is*^9 .oiacK 
kjil *ai^p i\\,y» .oi^ a^jto ^3^3^01^ | ^or ^boio i^f fo137^- 
yjlL i\^»-7 ^or .^dS^»9 yOAor \>ie ^i^aiili \>< 5^ •^ 
;at^ .)ipap ^07 aisai ^ aii^ ^o .;La ^ ^2 U>2 

^9^ ^3 0001 ^*3^3 .jlajAtefiAip ^a4oo7 ao^oio 
ojika ^ ooo) ^<a><a>y yoioje -hfii^a c'^f^ ^ yoaaa 
iiiJ^isjQo ;sa3 ouai .^o^ .oSiibaA )^3k^e .^ASaa optaa 
^,»a>ya 001 jAac ^a ^2e .eoqf ^.a^a 5^i .9^1 ^ ^u^ 

M^bi .^aab^eof bo\Jd& ^oioJ^ }oo7 ^jsla oiiau ^ Zeo) 
mOIoi^ ^>$49 •ojjooo ^ ojJsaIo 'J^? atr\sn a^oop^ 



ANTHONY REFUSES THEIR INVITATIONS. 



;a3d&o 3m\ ^oo!'iS .^adc Jliop 07^ 0007 ^AiV^^^y 4»op 
ikcSaao .MOiep^M 0007 ^39k.x^ yoop ..oovi'l^oAs 

;jn;&9 5^i .^^A o^ 0001 ^MbB ^^?*^ ;iN^^^39 

;oo7 ^S^? o^ ^ .JS*2Lboi ^a^b 07S 0007 ^^ ^»^a>tbo 
d^oo) l^'y^ y\ cuSoS .^9o2 ^Sop ^op A^2 ojS.»\< 
^o^S baiM3 p,9^ 073^ ooo) ^>\S3it ^3 ;illb .or^*^^ 
^iof 5^2 ^2 ?'tC4'ib ^9k^ ^oo7Jk3 ,.ooy\S^Sax^ 

^bs ;1*3 o^b :aS >l\^v» .yOil .OAO^aa ;^oA;9^b ^SjL 

: :p,3^ t^ ^ ^^ ;3£i9dbab o^bboo^ ai^ ^^^o ;oo) w*3^ 
.0^ Q^ia^23 ^or ;xi2!^ ;b*Nytl!a b39is29 ^a bisa ^ 
.mOIcwi ^op ^ikAso .^aa ^ao^^ MO^oabtio o^ o4?o 
.oyiS^SfttSo or^oab^ ^c^? ^^ ^oabi pit ^^^^o 

^ajo ^,3 loo] ^i >^3^9 ^ou mo;o3um b^a .;^isA>^e 
^ ^oi'a ^9^29 .wma^o o;^ ^ooi iit&^4v» .^tao/ ;I^ ^'a 

^StJO» yl l^y^ ^ i^2 ^laof .^^li0 ^ ^ bdOJk ssll 

yoS>v>\ii ^ ^2 ;&aor -^^oa ^crol^ ^i>>ttai\, ^9*? ^9 5^2a 

T 21 



PRINCES ASK ANTHONY TO LEAVE THE DESERT. 82 

^o .;i»oisa*o^b Z^o*i^ ^ yOi>t*Vi ^a^d^a oboibf^^o 

..;mj^ Z^oiixucrr ^ ^^o .^o^ia opai^ ZuBaod ^oofo 
k^fb Za^3 ;,^or ^S ^o .^o\ >Ja A^XJl ^^ 

^ooci Z^oifri yj3 .^fiiiuapa^ I Mpo^jle .add aJ^ ^!iapi'oi.36/'. 
Ziia ;ior Z3o\^ .03^;^ .;iS3aM^3 ;^aa5 ^1 ;iKo&aa*dr 
.o^;3:^^ ^3 Sbb2 cied^ ..oMt^aa ^3M isAo ,Ustx6 
o^fa M07oat*^is^ 3tA^ 0010 ..o9^ do^^A ^bAB ^al^ 
^!^o yoisaub& 3m\ ^!^ -o^i 4[,?^o .ojoi ^a^a '09^^ 

aiotd ;c^i ^2 .^m^ ^ojaooL 0073 ;oo! ^3 .ail .^9^^ 

o7^o6aA^ ^3^? ^^ /Bou ^ pou b«\ JK007 ;i^ab^ftop 
.Zil^2 M07oa'3iltaA3L3 ^007 ;attatoo .m^s^'^is^ ^^'^i^ 
laa\ bCLi ^ b <[.?^ tt>? ^?^ ^'^^ '^^ >^ocB* ^SM oiJSo^b 
;ooi i^iLa ;LMi Zsoi*' ^ -^^ oi^ ^9^ ^^ -Z^oo 
^2 .;Iaa 3o>^ ^aJb^Jk^ .lorn J^li^ Ij^af^^^o .o)JKoS 
«3aitJK&3 07S ooo! ^ii<a>*V» .^a^^s ^'Soae ^b b«^ 

;;^i^ ;^ li^ ^o^ ;oo7 ^0^ ;^p .^^ -^^ 

^;L yooo^a .)L^bo;39 li^ol ^i^o .yOOT^ ^^f^? 
^ )^;isxboo .o^ ^A>^ ^» o^ ^007 )S\St ,^eno^l^ 



8 1 HIS PROPHECY CONCERNING THE CHURCH. 



Fol. 



;f\,03 -^2o ^f}%M iya .yOai^soSaa ^oa^^ ;oo) ^^ 

^^ ^xuinS 7»^>it>s^ 3A, ;?^js^ -;iss^ >^ ;^2 ;35 

9A .^soi^ ;S3 ;I^ai&ob ;aoao5 ^eM9a ooo; hJkAx ^ 
.M^^'^3 ^^ v?^^ "^^ ^is^^ '^01 i^ ^^isis2 ^,^ 
9^3o .;aucD ;^ ^or .^a^ ;bpiS^Js&9 awls AjB JSij^e 

^*s^ >^^3i>^? ^^^^ -^'^^? ^o^p ^^ ^9^ '^^ ^V^^ 
o^;^ )i^ aJa Aisa^yiso 07^ ;3U3a 99 aA^ 07^ ;ifl4*' 
^3 ooo) ^^ii^ .;jK\is^o OLttajsAs ;i:3ab3 ;iss±0LX^3 
;u2 yO0j^Q3^ ^ .^'s^o OOO) ^<au^ a oo .^isLskaob ^oxa 
^o;I&4*^o .^o^bsiii OOO) yoxiaab ^op ^^^^ '^^^ 
^,^i.or .;x3aU wfaia ^aio ^isa^a ^^N^i^^ ^9^ ^»tY>t*y) 
MfMJSla la^L^ oioi .^Jsoiaoaa p^oa ^ora .^^2 ^ 
^ a4>*isA»^ .;ixoao ;l^oL oi!^ ^^a ;Li .?n<ii\,\ o^ 
.;o^ ;io; ;bao\ ;f^ ^a aa ::;isaA- oS^ ^iuai ^al2 
;^ a^'2o yoo^ ;oo) ;iaao .^07^ ^^^ 9^? ^^ ^^^^ 
^07 4o;^2 flab x\ ^,a^ 5^2 .?a'«a^ ^ ^afiL^i^^ 
;i'ouA»jk ^ora llao^ a^s ^ ;oo) ;i^o .;;V(a^&a ^^ifK^ ^o^ 
^f**^o .^o^iSia orisa^^ ?,ioS>a{o U4 ^^?^ .;a^aoiQ30 
.yOorSJaoa^S ^ "^9^? -^^9^^ ^^V?? tf^??^^? yoiof^ 
JaiLtl Ji'lbao .opLtl^ tc^o/ o^us^ Jaivo pi^ ; ai *. T i S o 
^f>ai ^Si^'i ^ .^opkd puaisfis ^'^a ;^ojJa*or 



ADMONITIONS OF SAINT ANTHONY. 8o 

.js*^903 eooi ^.>i^o .o{^ 0007 ^iVnrt^io ^p ?%yy .?t>fty 

}00! ^ .,ASi*lft*« iS^JS&O U'^OO OOO! .oa^iKAiS k«3 

^oo? ^^I 9A .^£l^fl> ^3 .^f .MOie'aaoaa lom ^^^ 
lioi^ lorn ii^ .^S^'n ei mOTo,^^ OOO) ^^p ^oi yaAt 

^<!^i 1^2 .qJ^ ^^^il ^.?^ ^^^? ®?^ t^?®'^^^'^ 
^;js;;3 ^ibt ^lao^ .^atua^'i yO^^nS ;^docapo ;oo? ;iu 

^AOf^ ^eo! iS^ "^^P -^'^ ^^ ^Aw ^9^ ^^ s^mo'^l^ 
.l^i^s^l pake ^^I ^ >^oI ^ Vr?? ^^ - - ^^ 
.;3lSX,9 ;i.9M },?op op ^i "f^o '^^A^ ^^^ }o^ 
^o/ j^o^ "f^^il ^?^ '^k4^ '^^ ^9^ ^^>^^ 

;Le^ ;A^ 0007 .;oo] JSLyS ^^rs jn io^ ^ejo^^b ^e 
.oj^ ^«>»5V'M> ouai ;&a^ ^isao .^S ^^^^ o^?? -^? 



79 THE EMPEROR CONSTANTINE WRITES TO ANTHONY. 

^070*3^03 \i»t sm^ ;oo7 ^^tbOX .?>S.lrA ^3^ 32 ^o^3 

07^*^2 .dip OlS^ OOOl ^OAO .^o^A^ ^^!? ^'H^ 

;^o .;oai ^^a ^i!!i^ l^"^^. ^ ^ii .^Aaibo ^eo^ 
;.tflA2 ^^2 .So^i^xiu o2 looj I'f^ loo] ^^Lfibsa ^2-3 

.sjLfvMo ;oc7 ;>4i .;dXi03 ^^'^^ii l9^ '^^^.P ^? "^^^fi 

;^039 aJ^ ^1 4^^l ^^Sm ^ oiaisab .yo'isil ^a^bisap 
^3 a^bisi '^isb^i^ ^issk ;adba^ ^i>3? -2.?^ c^ ^2 
;I3UM* or3£3 aJso ;?tt'>'i'i\ ^aolaol ;.aTiil ^^ ^i? ^,?op 

<^lp ^^pu33 Ad.^3 isAs .3u\ ;oo7 b»2 .^ak^ifl ^ o^ 
;^3 ;l3 -^sXiap OOOl ?u^joa>ab «\^^ )Sl .^oisa2 ^07 
23op ^^9^^^jk ;A^ba .^07:^3^2 ^it^isisjia ^S'o 
JciA^ ^^ r^^^? H^ ^?^ JQsAiao .^oJJU^isiNfo 
-i^iap ^or ^2 ^O7i)0u4 loa) ^ia^o .^070,3;^ tSfibkiOxaea 
^9^03 yooi^oou^ >Sa.fiboo .^o^S ;oo7 aioiao lab^o^ 
^,3^0 ^c^3 ^2 Xk^boo ^07^ ;oo7 5^i0 ,?^arto^ 
^ruu^i %^p ;eo7 >»2o .3uis:biib ^ia^i^o ;io^L ;aop .^o^ 

.>il^.s«b ;L3 ^3d;L o?.cn? ^H -^f^^^? ^^ ^4^'^ vf^ 

^^^ ? aA b p u,o70>m29 aoAa 007 <L^bob ^jX>^bo ^ooo^ao 



ADMONITIONS OF SAINT ANTHONY. 78 

;a3o^ &^o ^07 oaoaJj .?*«il'a>^ yO&o^ ^07^ a^^o 
.yOA*aAisd,b ^opflkXtt ^oafrtbaa^MS .yoisil ^^o yo'isAl ^433 
^07 ^^^^ eaoddo .yO^it^oioouaao .ooxaiya el 
Q^e ;zo7 oa^a^ .^is&2 ^^ ;S ^,3a2 ..^'i^ .^x^ 

^3^ ;^ao2L^ ^or OfM pao .obpubo ;3;&2 obeH^is^ 

.^30^3 oj^ooa ooo! ^bibopisbo ^a^xsa ^io .oeoi ^--'^'^ 
3^2 loo^ ^3 ;30 ::o7,at*;9 ^.a^isA23 <^iA\ ^^230 

•^mAot o^AAcfl .^oro^a aJa ^or 5^2a ^A ai^as .iZsSio )^l 
JS*2 ^3^3 ^oa:»o2 0S3 Of^o 'jKo^i oooro .^isii ^^2 
. 3» ?M»tv>b OTSOu* pJs ;akbai^£N^3 ;^oisia*or ^j^ •^?^ 

Ipo) ;i^3 .yOAtijAio lya^ eoia ,\y,v> .^Zf^ ^^pb >^^ 
;j3p>o ?I\^<&.y3 .?I^i\, ^'aJ^QOd ;lS2 .^i^oii ^Vyi 
Zsao^^a ^oroSibo mOo? ^of .?M>yin ^ox* • a»3 ^^oiaouor 

^Aa.tt» pa I ;&aoro .^sucdp ajSs^Jss aj^p itioa e\^eFoi. 
o^boXx o^Ise MOToa'a^QA} ^ >^oToS>*n\ 0^33; a^Ssosi^ 
apjiiff^ ^3 ;oo} Ji^ : : ^orbJsiS oid ^^p^oro .^S ;aA*23 



ss*^- 



yj THE ENDURANCE AND FORTITUDE OF CHRISTIANS. 

^or M^^2 .^'3^? "4^9^? j »»alS>^ ^2 ;aMi .^3^33 
\jAof ;a2 .;^bsb ^|iu^^ ^^3ei^? ^ ^ji -^^t^? ^? 
^3 oSom .^307 ^QOjdp oao3 .;a3: M*f^^a9 }aA^ ^or 
;i!^ yoao^ous SMiiy^ oo) ;3or^ .op os^bisjlo .Zsop i^2o 
?a>^'ip 0007b ^iiSf ^op 03 ^2 ;i^2 >4?^M1 po^boi^ 
;^23 ^iiflAo .aisi t^A3 yQ9M^2 ^^easao ^3^^ ?t\m3>a 
;!^odSMbp woro!!kS< obpyda ^3 ^3 .akftgoxbp oa^isioxbp 
y^akx^ oi^ 99 ^oAaSO .flL f^ ;^23 ;soa .^2l!!^ 
SS .w.«i3N&p 9kA ^» ^p .X^kAx^o \a, kioAjb^japo 

^ •^l'^ Jiiix ;l!^3 'mAsO .or,>|b»3 mmSLXO M0roi'3^OiQ>3 

^M&b ^o^ip '^.^t 3m!^ M^ii .^oxdS ^,?^9 ^9^ 
.is!i^92 ;49^?^^ '?9^ ''^^ii o^ '^^S^ ^^9^ o^ .;!d!si^ 

M^o .;^oc^93 ^^A^ ;oo;3 ^ i^\ -3>^^»2 ;isQi^ ^^^02 02 

XyA;^ ^^l .k^^JS& ^i2 ;S ^,p ;,pop ::^32 of^s^a 
oi^oskf >S\,y .;isoia» ^07^ wAiii^Jlp ^9^ <[3q[jcd^ 

^^ojsa ^iSjA ^tti>*i ^f03p ^is3>^ ^^ ;or ^ o2 ,;3A^b 

^or ^o^^a2o .JSf^sii .ooya^^^S ^3^3 yoior ..^oS^o 
.?M>y*t{»b ;j^oiia*c7r .!^ ^oL^o ^poi^p .^^^'Lbii ^^oiaa 
F0I.34/'. ^A^aJKb kAk*A ^JKQiitaiiOta ^^bbkO .^a I 2ft^o^ wo; ^bo73 
i\yy .^isA2 ^i^^ »\5 ;3:o^ ^,?^ ^,? vf ^^ \i -o^'^ 
yoisMptf jL ^ ^o^SbAp .^3iXbo ^boiQ>ip ;SJri>n 3uie>2 ^opol^bp 
^Lik^ ^oAfNoski ;ooi ;A ^d ^ .^^i2 ^i<o«a>afy O^o 
.Jl^\bb ^29 5u2 ;^2 .;is*3AO& l^^^A ^^9 ^30S3 



DISCOURSE ON FAITH. 76 

^^aj jA^ -^??^ ^cFjbajc ^b ^A*i >«OAXif|» jXy^b 
^kouuo; .^^ }S :aiA^6ffpo .;bisJM 91^9 ^9^ 

;oibo6a ^^'^9 -^^'^ ^^A^^A>:!?o -^o^^ ^ff^^^^^pP^ 

yQo\*3o .^sm ^*^? ^^^!^^ ^.? vf^^ -yM'tift .^os«» 
. isoita*or ^3 ^9 .AV'i yQ9b*aA£s^b ^^^? ^ a\V y 
^Ji^aaa ^p sok^\ -a^i ^^^ ^o* ^ :dQu ;bisItK»o ^laa 

^fba^^a ?«^3(*ob ;i^o3iba*op ^a ^ .;:sc i*Vu . \ ?u\m 'aa 

;aLA Ji ^o .?«^>t*wb or,3^o^ ^<i9^? .?<a%\,*rt ^crbaoso 
^i yO^&ia yoio; ^ta^ ^.?^ -^ yoKsI ^ta^b Uof 
.;aLA^b qbax o^^isua 3«ie .^oo^ yoisil ^a!^ ^c^i? 

^ c^i^sj; .fiKa^^A*;; ly^ l?^?o .;2i\3 ^«^^ 



Fol. 



75 DISCOURSE ON THE CROSS AND FAITH. 

;liaSo ^3oAo .^saAo aii^o Iha^iil^o ?abat^o .?»^at^o 
.OOP ^Q^i^a -^5^^ vf^ji ^is*itio -^3^3 ?aa>a[^o 

i^ ^hix^ ^oiil^ ^^ .^3 ikoha ^afil pj^ ^ .ytuWS 
^ ^L^ .^'iaJ^ ^?^'^ ^isi2 wMSkissIo .^ofi^ Noor 
;3or .ibi^ .^3A ;Li^ ^s .1^ ^a ^ .^o^oa^b 
'lj?ot!^ ?4>aiiV< ;ooi httAiGB .o^J^ v?^^^ ^^^..? ^^ 
oaja -^ia y^>S ^3LX^6s^ ^o .^o>bobis6so . ou*a«^3 

.^o9A Ixtj? ^o\p u^'ri ^^ hop .^is^o ;;Ix^ ;^2 

J^aUq^ iSjAot ^ : : v«q|Lao>x^ oi ^^^ods^ ^x^odibo ajS? 
;^faS ;o3:a ^,3^9 9.0Ui^3 ^Mp .^iauay^ o2 ^b^;^ ^07 

?.i*^A ^3kMi ouadc .07^ .oAbaatjfcs 0007 ^300 X-^a 
^oboosab ^ ^^a^ab ^2 ;j>3o^ ^bu ^ 3 sa : : ;1^a>^o 
[iX^ ^or? .^Ji^bisbo pJa ^o^ ^07^ 3^2 .gO^aSto ^ 

007 ;i^v!bA3 ^is^is ^3 .S^^ .^or^eso^d 007 1^2 ^07991^ 

liya, ;aLldo^3 ;b9X ;:S3 ^ ^23 ^is^oo) ^^ .^is42 
.;^9 ;3a^ ^ ^ fiLte^ B ^9 vA e9bo2 : : yoa^oai d^;9*oi:^ 

^o .^abbisiap ^*^3M.3i ^1^*23 ^oT^is oi^^b* TtyJdeS 

;iXkl SbA, ^^Ol^orp .yOksXl ^9!a92 9^S .;3A .007^ 9^*2 



DISCOURSE ON THE CROSS. 74 

;J^3oA^o X^'4^o .^'^o ^'^^i^o ^9\ ^2 ■^>ni\S 

.^oSkAjs^ Vf^^ ^t^^^? i>^'^0]30 Ji9yi«oVo ^Oa^^O 
;isoS0o ^3^ yOdklo^Si ^ Jtil jdl ^ ^3 2>>3p 

^301^ ;^e .^ois42 ^93b9 aoAs ^?^c? ^.^ ^ "^ 

j!i '^aJ^^ yokSl ^pojL aA Ui^ o2 .o^JsbaldS 32 Ofb^i 
^Aaie .^eisi: ^^s ;^^ £S*3 ^a ;isboldo ^JKoJsl | «5iFoi.33/T. 
U^a^omO 'J^a^^s ^9,30 .?^vwo>a ^fM .^'3*4? ^^^^ 

.aoAs oo) ^as ^looi ^a .^*xao \i< .o^aiso^a .ojsaI 
:.ois«aoo\^a ^ yois»2 ^I^M^ba ^a 9^ -?o^i ^^^ ^j; 
JK«;Ltiis ^o .;JK^^ ^07^ ^isA2 ^a '^*^ aA^ 2^ 

^ ^otiicp .;JKovdk ;ao7 aJ^ ^^ ^^^2 .^'i^ ^co^ ^aii 
^a ^ oils .^o^ox^ ^orJS'aauao .^oa^ ^ia^isx i^ 

.;c^ia ^c^fiAS yoo^ ^^^a ;x«'a ^^ ^o .^pi^isoMa 
ski yoaS S^ yl ^a yoa><i*^a ^2 .^ao^e 3^mo\ }^J 
UatSp yoo^ ^i!a2 ^tiai.A*n> ^or ^ l^m ^ -U^? SmOm 
a^jso&a &«2 ;boa )^a piao .oi(a2 ^.d y^^tt o .^S Aao 



y^, THE NATURE OF THE SOUL. 

?>^r*^ ;^ofe3A ^,3 v?'^^ ■^ioVv' yO^ ^<^9 .^isoM 

k^S^isxIp ;oo7 A .007 loii'l^ 073fii ^23 .^ ^oris^a 

^;\^-* .^ou2 JNo^b o?*yi1oi!ib .oi^Noo^i :aiy . ^oxils 
;^ol!^3 2o;^i^ uia70bobi&b e2 .o;^oo^2 ^ .isoau2^ 

Fol. 32^. iXyy .^koAiOAOr ^3 ^3 .^^323 ^330 ^Lxi^SSO }^0^3 

.^^^3 ;.S -}f^a^ V^»^? ^^^^ ^'4?,? ^3a5 
;1^2o .;49?o^? )^o ^^9^^P? ^o .^ %9,^^ ^^9^f? 

;L3 sfX^o .^3or9»o ^9bd^ ^or ^o;^ ^ .'^sti^^'^ 
.yois*2 ^fS^^ l^^? ^?4^ "4^9^? ^^^^ ^.? vf^^^ 

.^07^i3 O7^0A^3b9 ^O o6kA^ >^^ ^iAiA^b tS^M yi^O 

^qXm ^'33 .^yla^i^ y^'^l tf^^ '^^ ^^^ 0C3oi5 
.^iNA2 ^3bo2 )i3;^3 ^3 ^asdc ^ :^is^2 ^a^a :a>?ni\'% 
^«3^ar ..oisadL ;3or \^ ^^1^3 ;» ;L3bb3 ^07 o^sjijoo 

^10/3 ;&Of ?.'13!a^'3 JSki^MO .;23^X^3 O^iS^ ^^^ ^is^2 

oJM 007!^ ^2 ^±&u2 .;siJou M070frui23 3«\ p^sM ^2 .07S 
.o!^30^ 6;uN.23 ;LioAi ;eo^ ^of .JLLbeu oo] 0^33 

K 



ANTHONYS GRACE OF MANNER AND CONVERSATION. "] 2 
Xk^ -^?>^ ^C^fO ^^? ^^ t*.^ 'VP^ ^^ •^^'^^ 

^i*or .^ ;jk^Q9j^o JiiG^boS JlL^abs o^baie .;^>\S 

yOk&o; J&i o^o oiioso e«Mb ;Da>Sfia oaaobiKj^ v^7 "^^^ 

oTJSoASi^ ^ 3abis23 X'^s^ ^\ ^? ^907 )^o -^a^ .00^9 
;9oif k^k«^9 oi o7^^^ ^90) boa ^^^9 ^ajLoe .^aa^^ 

Hio .^o;aSiai3 ^iV^ ^oiAX ^ jd2 ;\^29 ^saor •'$^t^<^ 

5^2 ;4ii%y MOTob^ 01^0 ^9JK ^3 J(b\ : : ^uli<'b \a^ 
^^^ a*xk ^o .^ol ^*a ^Aatt» 9^? ^<^2 .^so^i^ab 
090] ^*^o .l^ati S*6a* ^bioab .;^o&io*crr3 '^^JK ^.?^^ 
990 ::.bM3 07^9fob939 ^A^tjfb ^bx \^ ^o^eirimi^ 
.,!SA£t yoo;!^ J»o72 ^fSL^o ;>*<a\^ ^»n.S^*iftb ^jy yOx^ ;«*• 
iiykp ^9^ ^ -^^i?^ ^?^f^o "fV^^ -V?^ bw^a V^o 
.ntA» a^p ^1 .;si^bis^ ^ ^o^ xc^o .yoop ^kooj 
3ba ^3 yOOT^ xiol .;aoI^ ^a^ ^ ) Vy^ ^^ ;90i 
;bo^a e2 .;boa dd2 ^au^^a .^CLx^ ;b»i3 lj?ai ^ejoStt 
ob4<isA23 3^2 ^ba^ .;39|3 ;aL^3 ^suam ^i^ooe ;i^9Mi«o 
^ A^dop? bJ^ 4f,?o7 '^c^i^^ tfOpois&Ma yoaor ^ 



7 1 GREAT CROWDS VISIT ANTHONY IN THE DESERT. 

Vol 31^.. ^aioall I 6s*a^o o\6s»a!^ i;^ ;AajS Sfh ^ ly^p ^2 

MO)op;^ ^qjS^L^ ^3X ^^ ooo) oJKl ::o73 ^ooi lix 

pao .yOo;bau9JQ»2 ^ ^2 ^a3o A«b^ .JLfiUob ^ ^2 
;i&or ^3^ .yiOTolialjs^bo aJia ^oA 3^2 .^2 ^32 J^^ 

aisa ^ ^3 ^>s .yioi^M ;^2 ;^^ isioo; Ap •^'^^^ v^^ 
;ii^ ^oi^? ^? ^.T^^ii? .^otS 359;^ ^o7^S» "P^} 
;9a« ^p .2 .^^daix 0)1^ ^or ^isi3Lisai2 ^5^ -v^^''^" 
.M^kO^i 0007 001 ^2 ;io*:x^a ^09^ ^3>^a*op9 ^ .^oaAbo ^'2 
jc>V 0^23 ;]^2 .(^ 2ft;ai>^a{nb k3f!Si9^ b*V 007 htisf 

.yoa^ ^,?^2? ^9^ 94r^ "A -v^.?^$ ^^^ ^"^ ^^^ 
3t^ .^alli^'aA v^fisoai ooor -^.b^M «ois*is2 yoisi23 ^or k^2 

;:oa4i3 V^"^ ofAdO ;5oft!S.*^ \^7 ^^ i^ ^4^ ^? 

o^i aao .^bl i^ ;a»^uQ33 o^ibiaxb .^^ousoTsb ^2 .op 
yOcA23:2 ;3UCd yOo?^ b^2 .^aadc ^or «^ 07^04^ c^>S>ya ftS 
oo! ;Lio .^3^ o2 ^aAo :aubii oxib ^!a^^4 ^994>^^ 
oi^ ^a^2 .;ak:^3 ^La^ o2 .;L3>bb3 ;b^jQ» .0730^3 .^1^ 
^2 Mao(2 3A 007 .;3k^jo3 ;Lx3 007 ^3^ ■^^QJOiiV* '^ 



ANTHONY IS RECEIVED WITH JOY BY AM, MEN. JO 

^tttiAift ;^JL^ ^ ^,3 ??y>^ini .ooo) ^oor jlS ^is&x oj^^b 
0T^M0SM ^^fVi'' ^^^9^?^ ^'^ f?^ ^.?^ H^^^ 

^l^ yOa{^ '^lO U$0^ ^J? 4^ '^t^ lO^ OOP O}^ 

ajy^ ^ ^iiA -^^^ 7<V**> }io^ oboox .d^;!aJtt3o 

Abode ^a ^ c^aa^^a ^a^a ^ea 007 ^ ;&!a*opoa 
^ .^asjtbo^ <^f^? ^A> ?»a>i,ffaA\i3 ^*o^ ^c; 
^bis daS^ Slit J^^ aao .^isi^iaas o^ o^ ^o^a 

;3a ^^a ^oia .^!a>< aisos ^ lj>m ^is£i .;isL&»a 
;Ia»^^ ^fisaa .^o^ia ;a3i^ .\A<1 ^ 3^? -^^o 
.likOtJBai M^aaS ^90f^>o a^a ^io l^ .d^a*aibp ?n»Mye 
k^isx2 990 'Z^f^ ^^? ^ ^^^ ^ '??^ ^«s^e 
;JKd^i ^axt^a ^a^ ^e AaJS2 .^sucda ^oioiaj;^ jSja 
h*a bm^ .^oTO^itV a ^aiV >^ oi^aci^ d^Mco woroMayb jk^o 

\ ,•• * » ## # 11^ ♦ * # mat' » »• •• # 

,$!^ ^e .;o*a \^ ^Mty^/a opax jido -^ifttS ^nftVy 
oraoL^ox ^ ;aa^ ^ op^A ^^4*4^^ .j^\\, ^07 ><:aJO 
■ S^t^^yb dp0j^ .^2 jKy^atie .^oj^i^ ttiSn ouael ^,>*o7 'Z^? 

^i .;aa>bb^'a ojisSf^baa ^^ ^,a loo] l^ .ov^bo)^ 4^ 



6g ANTHONY GOES TO ALEXANDRIA. 

^mA 390 .^optka yOOi^oL ^o^tTfx^ 5^2 .yOil ^h'i^j^ 

.UQ»*iQ>3q ^07^3 M^ A^X Ij^Oi^ 'lorn 3^'io >^323 mI^O^ 

.ooiiibo \1A07 o^ubi .;^0O3aa ^^hob iko) oo] ^'iaSto 

007 ^mol ^ .o^issjk ^907 Mcrro^2 ^^a ^,3^^ ^a o2 
jd23 .^33 007 ^eb ;3or >Syy -o^? ^?>^o '^^? ^^ 
bj\ isoo] d^£S*2 .^oo! m0|o^2 ;iS3 ^j.^^ ^007 ^*23 .b^;& 
.ooi^o^^oa: ^ otjob^ ;ioj^$yy 'l^\ ^o^ ^^^ ^^?^ 
l^o^isok isAs ^\fSa .yOOT^bo!^ .^sLao yOsA ^oor^ ;lS3 
^^Q^^odi el ^^9^03 bM\ ^oaA isA .^ooCm "pL .^so^oA 
yobyift^l ^o^fisoo^ord ^»>aa?^ bJ^ v?^^ .^07Lla> 
;o^i3 orba^ <^b3 ^bio23 ^3 ^or .^a>^opo ^aA^'Sa 

yiA^b' ^Tk^ &yn ^m v^23 ,ya'<au> ^s ^oi.ba*o7 .^o^obsAb 
^>yS. M ^^£3^3 ^hiX :aL^ ..^3 ;*obdo ^3^3 .^ovA^ 
.?^Qji»'baf3 ^abcc 5^2 . qi2 3kM2 .cf^ ^^ ^,>*^ *^ y*bau»S^9 
ju\a ob3isac2o .Jl'bo^o ;3l^3^ K^^Abp ovii*^ oaaM^2o 

ooo) ^073 .Ji'iboeA ^3u0^iap3 ^61 yOiaj ^2o .^'bio 

Fol.sia. ;:aX by\ ^AOp .JlO^id ^30^ MO^iloiMJkS I ^is3t>^ ^^o 

07,3^^ . 3bix} ^k ;^2 bA^ b^o .;ooi c^sis&bo ^ioiAO 



Anthony's hatred of Tin-: arians. 68 

.^^i^x jS^ s^ojohl^ loo) <^2^3 2!D>^ Okdio .;oo! aabis^ 
js^ioo y\ loo] ^bl .^koftaj^ ^?C^ ^^^ ^^'*^'^? 

h^2 ;^|| .^isLXOM o^ ^oor podKbB ^ >^'3m«2 woIo'Scns 
.;po? adpls t^VyVi .^o^ «^ii^? >tvSi>\ loo] >fl^» 

.:^;Abp3 5^i .?\,a*HT>3Pf ^ai ^2 .^cnoAAa ^«\,tte oeoi 

^f9 mOTO^^m o!^o SM^k^ %S3\ ZyoaiSfryyp ^o y007ak»2>> 
^^\fO ^jL <^2so .^ov'b^^ ^JS 990 .;4^'3^ ^7^? v?^^ 
i^ba ..oovis*2 ;ao^ uQsoubia oraubAMb ;js\<ai Jor ^3 

;j^om^ ^ .yeis&2 ^*x«3e .^isAXiAas vJ^ v?^^? -v?^ 
;i^jK> ou^bio ^32 ^^ ^^^\ : ?wa>y ^'b ^o .^ixa 

;cLs^ ;!oab .oooia ^crr^o^'pa ^ 3>^bis;;e .;opo^ 

^2 XAjb .■\v>Vu3 ^a\ ^ o;jb» oks .;iS3*,3^ 

y007JA><3 ^O^ UQ>^^is;[0 -yO^O^ ^i'sA yOlOJ J^p 

^tf^\ yOkX^, fbai ^^o -^3A ;l3 ? aftaj^i^ ^CH^ 



6/ THE CHARACTER OF SAINT ANTHONY. 

^3 '^^9 .^o^i^oL&boo ;m 5^i op ;oa7 ^0^ ;tSo .;ooi 

^eo) lioisoo more 330,3kS • ^? ^,3^ ^^^-1^? jq>a^o 
.^o;^La 1^^^ ^07 5^:3 ;L33X3 m>^2 d^iy^^p 
;oo7 SkAMiio .;^mQ^^? lo^^ l90\ i*V\^>*o ^3 0736^34 
lom .^eo^&o <S3^? ^3 w*£Sbp2 .>.ti.\>S ;3or »^ ^3^o? 

^o^^odo jlSs ;Li jd2 ;i^^o SaJb'^sKoio .llS^ ^^ "pi* 

3!i^^h93 00; ^io .0^ ;007 0(3^ ^qS^ ^O 'V^^ 

;a3iS ^*;S^^ .0^ ^oo} i^^ ;^QfiuS^3 ;oAf ^ .;oo; 
o7^b9oib3 tSiii^ ^3 oS .^pi. or^o^o ;oo) J3ba ^'l^is 
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ANTHONY DISCUSSKS THE SOUL WITH CERTAIN MONKS. 66 

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65 ANTHONY IS LIFTED UP INTO THE THIRD HEAVEN. 

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ANTHONYS EXALTATION IN THE SPIRIT. 64 

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