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Moschus, John

(Moschos; Eucratas; Eukratas; ca. 550–ca. 619). Entered monastery of St. Theodosius, near Jerusalem, perhaps ca. 575; later visited monastic centers in Egypt, Antioch, Cyprus, Rome, and at Mt. Sinai. Works include an account of monastic life and beliefs. MPG, 87, 2851–3112.

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