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Eulo'gius, Favo'nius

a rhetorician of Carthage, and a contemporary and disciple of St Augustin. (August. de Cur. pro Mort. 11.)


a disputation on Cicero's

Under his name we possess a disputation on Cicero's Somnium Scipionis, which contains various discussions on points of the Pythagorean doctrine of numbers.


The treatise was first printed by A. Schott at the end of his Quaestiones Tallianae (Antwerp, 1613, 8vo.), and afterwards in the edition of Cicero's de Officiis, by Graevius (1688), from which it is reprinted with some improvements in Orelli's edition of Cicero, vol. v. part. 1, pp. 397-413.


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