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Palladius

(ca. 363/365–425). Probably b. Galatia, N cen. Asia Minor; influenced by Evagrius* Ponticus; monk in Jerusalem; monk in Egypt ca. 388; returned to Palestine ca. 399; bp. Helenopolis, Bithynia (in NW Asia Minor), 400; friend of J. Chrysostom*; accused of Origenism (see Origen) by Jerome* and Epiphanius*; banished ca. 406; returned to Asia Minor ca. 412; bp. Aspuna, Galatia, ca. 417. Works include a hist. of early monasticism.

MPG, 34, 991–1262.


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