Syncletica of Alexandria

Syncletica of Alexandria
Syncletica of Alexandria (Greek: Συγκλητική, translit. Synkletikḗ) was a Christian saint and Desert Mother from Roman Egypt in the 4th century. She is the subject of the Vita S. Syncleticæ, a Greek hagiography purportedly by Athanasius of Alexandria (d. 373) but not written in fact before 450.[1] She then appears as amma Syncletica, an anchorite to whom are attributed twenty-eight sayings in the Apophthegmata Patrum, compiled c.480–500.[1]
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