5. Jamque oblita sui, nec sobria divitiis mens In miseras leges hominumque negoti a ludit: Judicat eunuchus . . . Arma etiam violare parat.... Claudian (in Eutrop. i. 229-270), with that mixture of indignation and humour which always pleases in a satiric poet, describes the insolent folly of the eunuch, the disgrace of the empire, and the joy of the Goths. --Gaudet, cum viderit, hostis, Et sentit jam deesse viros.
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