29. See the Homily [i. in Eutrop.] of Chrysostom, tom. iii. p. 381-386, of which the exordium is particularly beautiful; Socrates, 1. vi. c. 5, Sozomen, l. viii. c. 7. Montfaucon (in his Life of Chrysostom, tom. xiii. p. 135) too hastily supposes that Tribigild was 'actually' in Constantinople, and that he commanded the soldiers who were ordered to seize Eutropius. Even Claudian, a Pagan poet (Praefat. ad. 1. ii. in Eutrop. 27), has mentioned the flight of the eunuch to the sanctuary. Suppliciterque pias humilis prostratus ad aras Mitigat iratas voce tremente nurus.
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