POLLADY (Palladios)( Greek Christian historian and hagiographer)
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Palladium; Palladios, OK. 363-425 years. n. e., Greek Christian historian and hagiographer. Was born in Galatia. After graduation in 386 g. He became a monk, first in Palestine, then in Egypt, from where many travel on church affairs. In 412 g. Aspuny became bishop of Galatia, and there remained until the death. A disciple of Evagrius of Pontus, a friend and biographer of John Chrysostom and authoritative historian of the life of ancient monasteries. Survived an essay on the history of the monks for Lavsa (Lausiakon), dedicated to the imperial podkomoriyu Lavsu, in which the author tells about the life of the Desert, the product includes the legendary stories, folk legends and is moralistic nature. It had a considerable influence on monastic literature.