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the author of a panegyric in thirty-nine hexameters, on the glories of the Vandal king Thrasimund and the splendour of Carthage under his sway, must have flourished about the close of the fifth century. These verses, which are expressed in harsh and almost barbarous phraseology, present nothing except a cumbrous tissue of coarse flattery. [FELIX FLAVIUS; LUXORIUS.] (Antholog. Lat. 6.85, ed. Burmann, or n. 290, ed. Meyer.)


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