Of the miracle which Abbot Abraham wrought on the breasts of a woman.
WHY also need I mention the acts of Abbot Abraham,868868
who was surnamed `aplous, i.e., the simple, from the simplicity of his life and his innocence. This man when he had gone from the desert to Egypt
for the harvest in the season of Quinquagesima869869
was pestered with tears and prayers by a woman who brought her little child, already pining away and half dead from lack
of milk; he gave her a cup of water to drink signed with the sign of the cross; and when she had drunk it at once most marvellously
her breasts that had been till then utterly dry flowed with a copious abundance of milk.