21. A copious and circumstantial narrative (which he might have reserved for more important events) is bestowed by Zosimus (1. v. [c. 10, sqq.] p. 304-312) on the revolt of Tribigild and Gainas. See likewise Socrates, 1. vi. c. 6, and Sozomen, 1. viii. c. 4. The second book of Claudian against Eutropius is a fine though imperfect piece of history.
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