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Eusebius undertook a rigorously ascetic life living without shelter near a mountain village named Asicha.
According to Eastern Christian sources:
Though he was elderly and infirm, he ate only fifteen figs during the Great Forty day Fast. When many people began to flock to St. Eusebius, he went to a nearby monastery, built a small enclosure at the monastery walls and lived in it until his death.