Saints Maximus and Domatius
Maximos and Domadious were the sons of a Roman governor named Valentinian. Their father was a Christian and raised them as Christians. At a young age, they decided to become monks asked their father to send them to Nicaea so they could pray where the First Council of Nicaea had taken place. Their father rejoiced and sent a group of soldiers with them. When they arrived at the place, they asked the soldiers to return to their parents and tell them that they had decided to stay there.
They recognized a monk named Hanna who asked them to go to Syria to learn the origins of monastic life by a monk named Aghabus. When Aghabus felt close to the date of his death, he told them that he saw a vision and a man named Macarius of Egypt told him that Maximos and Domadious should go to him in Egypt after his death.
At that time, the Patriarch of Constantinople died. King Theodosius asked to see the monk Maximos to told him he wished to make him the patriarch of Constantinople. When Maximos and Domadious learned of this, they fled together and stayed with one of the shepherds, where they prayed to Christ to guide them to Macarius. They traveled about nine days near the seashore, and found themselves in Šihēt (the valley of Natrun now). Macarius met them and helped them build a modest house and taught them a simple work to support themselves. They did not deal with anyone or go out of their house except to go to Saint Macarius to take holy sacraments. Macarius marveled at their silence and that during that time they did not talk to him, so he went to their place of residence and stayed there. And during the night he awoke and saw Maximos and Domadious praying, surrounded by a light from heaven and an angel guarding them with a sword of fire. Macarius shouted, Pray for me