[Serf] John of Damascus, St (c. 676 - 749) [Serf]
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* Barlaam and Ioasaph by St John of Damascus
"It is not known where or when this story was written, but it is believed to have been translated into Greek (possibly from a Georgian original) sometime in the 11th Century A.D. Although the ultimate author is usually referred to as "John the Monk", it has been traditionally ascribed to St. John of Damascus."
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