was bishop of Toledo from A. D. 646 to 657.
Editor and Enlarger of a work by Dracontius upon the Creation
He is mentioned under DRACONTIUS as the editor and enlarger of the work by Dracontius upon the Creation.
He is known also as the author of thirty-two short original poems composed on a great variety of subjects, chiefly however moral and religious, in heroic, elegiac, trochaic, and sapphic measures.
These were publisted by Sirmond at Paris, 8vo. 1619
, will be found also in the collected works of Sirmond (Paris 1696 and Venice 1728)
, in the Bibl. Patr. Max. Lugdun. 1677, vol. xii. p. 345
, and in the edition of Dracontius by Rivinus, Lips. 1651.
Two Epigrams by Eugenius--one on the invention of letters, the other on the names of hybrid animals, survive.
They are contained in the Anthologia Latina of Burmann, 2.264, 5.164, or n. 386, 387, ed. Meyer.