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Rutilius Namatiānus

Claudius. A Latin poet of Gallic birth who in the fifth century of our era wrote an elegiac poem in several books, of which the first (644 lines) and a fragment of the second are extant. It describes his return from Rome to Gaul (De Reditu, also called Itinerarium). Rutilius was a pagan and attacked both the Jews and the Christian priests. Edited by L. Müller (Leipzig, 1870).

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