Gregory of Nazianzus on the Death of Julian the Apostate (Or. 5.13)

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Mnemosyne

A Journal of Classical Studies

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BaldwinB. Gregory Nazianzus, Ammianus, Scurrae, and the Historia Augusta Gymnasium 1986 93 178 180

BaynesN.H. The Death of Julian the Apostate in a Christian Legend JRS 1937 27 22 30

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7

Baldwin 1986. On the classical meaning of scurra, see old, 1713.

8

See e.g. Matthews 1989, 507, n. 3; Lugaresi 1997, 200; den Boeft et al. 2005, 68; Elm 2012, 455, n. 74.

12

Von Petrikovits (1980) suggests that the lixae included professional entertainers among their number, but Vishnia (2002, 267) dismisses his arguments as “highly speculative”.

15

Speidel 2004. On the significance of this name, see also Wagner 2006, 191-193.

22

See Baynes 1937; Hahn 1960.

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