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He seems to have died in 404, four years before the murder of Sti Ucho by the jealous Honorius and six before the sack of Rome by Alaric — a disaster which Stilicho ^ alone, perhaps, might have averted.vix haec amentia nostris excubiis, nedum puero rectore quiesset.

He sexually Service did not start here, but only the service.Et V hi Bipyi Xio Lo vbov \ Kal 'Movaau 'O/xrjpov \ KXavdiavdv 'Piojx T] Kal | /Sacrt XTjs ideaav.Speaking, moreover, of Stilicho's consulship in 400 Claudian mentions a five years' absence.^ Not long after January 3, 395, Claudian seems to have betaken himself to the court at Milan, and it is from there that he sends letters to Probinus and Olybrius.® Here the poet seems to have stayed for five years, and here he seems to 1 Sid.stringebat vetitos etiamnum exercitus enses Alpinis odiis, alternaque iurgia victi 295 victoresque dabant.mmmmm Mimmmmmmmmmmsmsmmj Mm MM 1 m i i 1 i 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 i i i i 1 1 1 1 i i i i i i i i i @ LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY CLAUDIAN I Translated by MAURICE FLA INAIIHR i i igjfgjfmifgjfgjfg Jr EJ mmmmmmmmmmm^mmmm CLAUDIUS CLAUDIANUS, Latin poet of great affairs, flourished during the joint reij Jns (a.i).Scarce could this madness have been calmed by my vigilance, much less by a boy's rule.394—5^ onwards) of the brothers Uonorius (Lmperor in the West) and Arcadius (in the Hast).

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Speaking, moreover, of Stilicho's consulship in 400 Claudian mentions a five years' absence.^ Not long after January 3, 395, Claudian seems to have betaken himself to the court at Milan, and it is from there that he sends letters to Probinus and Olybrius.® Here the poet seems to have stayed for five years, and here he seems to 1 Sid.

stringebat vetitos etiamnum exercitus enses Alpinis odiis, alternaque iurgia victi 295 victoresque dabant.mmmmm Mimmmmmmmmmmsmsmmj Mm MM 1 m i i 1 i 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 i i i i 1 1 1 1 i i i i i i i i i @ LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY CLAUDIAN I Translated by MAURICE FLA INAIIHR i i igjfgjfmifgjfgjfg Jr EJ mmmmmmmmmmm^mmmm CLAUDIUS CLAUDIANUS, Latin poet of great affairs, flourished during the joint reij Jns (a.i).

Scarce could this madness have been calmed by my vigilance, much less by a boy's rule.394—5^ onwards) of the brothers Uonorius (Lmperor in the West) and Arcadius (in the Hast).

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