51. See Socrates, l. vi. c. 18. Sozomen, 1. viii. c. 20. Zosimus (1. v. [c. 24] p. 324, 327) mentions, in general terms, his invectives against Eudoxia. The homily which begins with those famous words is rejected as spurious. Montfaucon, tom. xiii. p. 151. Tillemont, Mem. Eccles. tom. xi. p. 603.
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