a fellow-student and correspondent of Sidonius Apollinaris, and consequently lived between A. D. 430-480. Felix was of the family of the Philagrii (Sidon. Propempt. ad Libell.
2.3), and was raised to the rank of patrician (Ep.
The letters of Sidonius to Felix are curiously illustrative of the distress and dismemberment of the Roman provinces north of the Alps in the fifth century, A. D.
A poem (Carm.
ix.) and five letters (2.3, 3.4, 7, 4.5, 10) are addressed by Sidonius to Felix.