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TitlePachomius in Christian Egypt
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Pachomius as Discovered in the Worlds of

Fourth Century Christian Egypt,

Pachomian Literature and Pachomian

Monasticism:

A Figure of History or Hagiography?



by



James M. Drayton




A Thesis submitted to the

Faculty of Arts
in Fulfilment of the

Requirements for the Degree of
Master of Philosophy







Department of Studies in Religion
University of Sydney

Australia



2002

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