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34 Soc. vi. 18; Pallad. ibid. Soz. has much distinctive material.

35 Soc. vi. 18; Pallad. ibid. and Chrys. Ep. ad Inn.; Theodoret, H. E. v. 34. Soz. has distinct material. Cf. Zos. v. 24.

36 Soc. vi. 19; Pallad. Dialog. 11-20. Cf. Theodoret, H. E. v. 34. Soz. has much separate material.

37 Pallad. Dialog., ibid. Soz. has an independent chapter in large part.

38 Cf. Claudianus in primum consulatum Fl. Stilichonis, i., ii.; de secundo consulatu Fl. Stilichonis; de bello Getico; de sexto consulatu Honorii Augusti panegyris, 57-v. 38; Olymp. beginning with Fragm. 2; Eunap. Fragm. ii. 72.

39 Independent chapter; cf. Pallad. Dialog. 1-3.

40 Innocent I., a.d. 402-417.

41 The reckless historical sense of the West has a strong proof here.

42 Soc. vi. 19, 20, vii. 2; Pallad. Dialog. ibid. Soz. has new facts, and a sobered judgment of Atticus.

43 Pallad. Dialog. ibid.; Soc. vi. 21; Theodoret, H. E. v. 34. Soz. has new material. Cf. Chrys. Epp. in exil., vol. iii. 2 PGM.

1 Soc. vi. 23; Philost. xii. 7; Theodoret, H. E. v. 36. Soz. is independent. Cf. Zos. v. 31; Olymp. Fragm. 1 and 2.

2 This chapter is independent.

3 Cf. Acta Sanct. Boll. under March 10, where the names acts, orations of Basil, and Soz.'s story of the invention are given. Basil, Oratio in laudem ss. Quadraginta Martyrum, vii. 749.

4 This chapter is independent. For an opposite estimate, see Eunap. Fragm. ii. 70, 71, and the allegations in Suidas, s.v.

5 Independent; cf. Poems of Claudianus, as above; Olymp. Fragm. 2-11; Zos. v. 4-38; Philost. xii. 1-3.

6 His name was Longinianus. Zos. v. 32.

7 Independent chapter; cf. Zos. v. 22.

8 Independent; cf. Olymp. Fragm. 3-10; Zos. v. 37-40; Soc. vii. 10.

9 Independent chapter; cf. Olymp. Fragm. 3; Zos. v. 41-51.

10 Independent chapter; cf. Olymp. Fragm. 3. 13; Zos. vi. 6-13; Soc. vii. 10; Philost. xii. 3.

11 Independent chapter. Soc. vii. 10; Philost. xii. 3; Oros. vii. 39.

12 He is called Sigesarus by Olympiodorus, Fragm. 26, who speaks of him as having endeavored in vain to rescue the sons of Ataulph, the king of the Goths, from death.

13 Independent narrative. Oros. vii. 39.

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