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Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol VIII:
Pseudo-Clementine Literature.: Chapter I

Early Church Fathers  Index     

p. 280 Homily X.

Chapter I.—The Third Day in Tripolis.

Therefore on the third day in Tripolis, 1120 Peter rose early and went into the garden, where there was a great water-reservoir, into which a full stream of water constantly flowed.  There having bathed, and then having prayed, he sat down; and perceiving us sitting around and eagerly observing him, as wishing to hear something from him, he said:—


Footnotes

280:1120

[Book v. of the Recognitions, assigned to the second day at Tripolis, contains most of the matter in this Homily, but has many passages without a parallel here.—R.]


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