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12. VICARIUS AFRICAE. Macedonius, who held the office of Vicarius Africae, in the early part of the fifth century, was the friend and correspondent of Augustin, who has described him as a person of many eminent qualifications. Two of his letters to Augustin, with Augustin's replies, are given in the works of that father. (Augustin. Epistolae, li.--liv. editt. vett., clii.--clv. ed. Caillau.)


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