JOHN OF PAKE

(feast day: 19 ), of the fifth or sixth century who does not appear in the but who is well known from inscriptions of monasteries. It is probable that he was considered a saint by the monks. As the inscriptions show, he was no doubt a native of Pake, a village to the north of in Middle Egypt.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • , W. E. “Fragments of a Church .” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 73 (1938):23-32.
  • Drew-Bear, M. Le nome Hermopolite. Toponymes et sites. American Studies in Papyrology 21. Missoula, Montana, 1979.

RENÈ-GEORGES COQUIN

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