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Descriptions of Pachomian monastic communities from a variety of ancient sources, including the Lausiac History and A History of the Monks in Egypt has been added to your Cart.

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Descriptions of Pachomian monastic communities from a variety of ancient sources, including the Lausiac History and A History of the Monks in Egypt, and full translations of the Rule of Saint Pachomius and the Regulation of his successor, Horsiesios. ▲. this series is recommended to anyone interested in early history and spirit of cenobitism and religious life. a major contribution to patristic scholarship on the highest level of scientific accuracy. it is unlikely that these fascinating and unparalleled volumes will be superseded.

Pachomian Koinonia: Vol. 2. Pachomian chronicles and rules (trans: Veilleux, . Kalamazoo: Cistercian.

This map is based on Pachomian Koinonia, Vol. 2: Pachomian Chronicles and Rules, trans. Armand Veilleux (Kalamazoo, Mich. Cistercian Studies, 1981), pp. 145-67. does bidding of the superior; second in command. Housemaster: one for each house; usually main disciplinarian and one who grants permission. Leaders: those who have been appointed specific duties or areas of expertise.

Thus the hours for meals and the extent of his fasting were settled by him alone, he might eat with the others in common or have bread and salt provided in his own cell every day or every second da. .His rule was translated into Latin by Saint Jerome. Honoratus of Lérins followed the Rule of St. Pachomius

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Volume 2. Pachomian Chronicles and Rules. Volume 2. Pachomian Koinonia Vol 2.