32. Lactantius de M. P. c. 28. Zosim. l. ii. [c. 11] p.82. A report was spread that Maxentius was the son of some obscure Syrian, and had been substituted by the wife of Maximian as her own child. See Aurelius Victor [Epit. 40], Anonym. Valesian. [12], and Panegyr. Vet. ix. 3, 4.
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