Adolegus the Tartosi

St. Bladios told us that he met the monk Aodolegus (Adolius or Adelfios) the Tartosi in Jerusalem, which is not one of the fore monks of Natria( Wadi El Natroon): the monk Adelfios who was exiled away to Palestine by Los the Arian, the fake bishop. This was by the push of the ruler Valens and he was exiled accompanied by the forefathers Aisdhurs, Herachleds, Pemwa, Bismenus , Pfnotios and Aminus who had one ear. St Bladios told us that Aodolegus origin was Tartus and he came to Jerusalem to exercise difficult and strange life. He ate once every two days, and during the great lent every five days. At the sunset he headed to the Mount of Olives, where our LORD and MASTER JESUS CHRIST Ascended to heaven. He stayed in the middle of the severe cold and heavy rains worshiping in the open every day. When it was time for the midnight prayer he awakened the other monks and gathered them for praying together. They praise the LORD in the two groups by praying the Psalms {(The same as the current tradition(Taks)}. The monks had petty on him. They squeezed his wet clothes and dried them for him. He slept for a little while until dawn when he got up to pray and then to work for the full day until sunset. Reference: Palladius: The Lausiac History, ch 43 May the Blessing of his prayers be with all of us Amen.

Arabic biography source of: Adolegus the Tartosi
Translated by: Maged (servant of the LORD)
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