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3 i.e. Nov. 27, 395 a.d.

4 Soc. vi. 22. Soz. is careful to omit the joke on John Chrysostom.

5 Pallad. Dialog. de vita Chrys. 5, 6; Soc. vi. 2, 3; Theodoret, H. E. v. 27. Soz. works his material for the most part independently.

6 Some of the disciples of Libanius, who had the habit of attending the public instructions of John in the church, were converted by him to the faith of Christ.

7 Chrys. ad Theodorum lapsum, xlvii. 1. Migne.

8 Soc. also attests to the presence of Theophilus at the ordination of John. vi. 2; Pallad. Dialog. 5.

9 Soc. vi. 4. Cf. Theodoret, H. E. v. 28; Pallad. Dialog. 5.

10 Soc. vi. 3; Theodoret, H. E. v. 23.

11 Chrys. Homilia cum Saturninus et Aurelianus acti essent in exsilium, iii. 413; Soc. vi. 6. He advises the curious to read the Gainia, a poem by Eusebius the Scholastic; and the verses on the same theme by the poet Ammonius. Philost. xi. 8; Theodoret, H. E. v. 32, 33; Eunap. Fragm. ii. 62-65, iii. 17; Zos. v. 7-22.

12 Flavita was consul with Vincentius, a.d. 401. See under Marcell. Com. chron.

13 Arcadius and Honorius, each in their fifth consulate. Theodosius junior was made Caesar a.d. 402.

14 Independent chapter.

15 Soc. vi. 11; Pallad. Dialog. 13-20. Soz. has material of his own.

16 Independent chapter. Cf. Soc. vi. 5; Philost. xi. 4-6; Chrys. Homilia in Eutropium eunuchum patricium; homilia de capto Eutropio et de divitiarum vanitate; Claudianus in Eutropium, i. ii.; Eunap. Fragm. ii. 53-56; Fragm. iii. 16; Fragm. iv. 20-23; Fragm. v. 3; Zos. v. 3, 8-18.

17 Soc. vi. 8.

18 Soc. vi. 4, 11: Pallad. Dialog. Pallad. H. L. cxliv.; Epp. xvii. ad Olympiadem. Soz. has independent material concerning Olympias and Isaac.

19 Soc. vi. 11; Pallad. Dialog.

20 A number of the homilies still attributed to Chrysostom, as well as those now acknowledged not to be his, were from the eloquent Severian.

21 Chrys. Homilia de recipiendo Severiano; and Sermo ipsius Severiam de pace, iii. 421-423.

22 Soc. vi. 7.

23 This epistle is no longer extant; it is alluded to by Cassianus in his Collatio, x. 2; Opp. i. p. 821, 822.

24 Soc. vi. 7, 9; Pallad, Dialog. 6. Soz. has different order and some new opinions.

25 Pallad. Dialog. 7; Soc. vi. 7, 9. Soz.'s has independent matter.

26 Mainly after Soc. vi. 10, 12, 14; Pallad. Dialog. 8.

27 Independent chapter. Cf. Soc. vi. 14.

28 See above, vi. 32.

29 Soc. vi. 15; Pallad. Dialog. 3, 8-10; also Chrysostom's letter to Innocent, ibid. 2, Cf. Theodoret, H. E. v. 34.

30 References in preceding chapter. Soz. has independent material.

31 Soc. vi. 16; Pallad. Dialog. ibid., and Chrysostom's Ep. ad Innocentem; Chrys. Sermones antequam iret in Exsilium; Sermo cum iret in Exsilium; orationes et sermones post Reditum ab Exsilio, iii. 427-448. Soz., while guided by the order of Soc., works the material in a different form. Cf. Zos. v. 25.

32 Soc. vi. 17; Pallad. ibid.; and Chrys. Ep. ad Inn. Soz. has independent material.

33 Soc. vi. 18; Pallad. Dialog. 9-12; Chrys. Ep. ad Inn. ibid. 2.

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