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Julius Firmicus Maternus

(d. 360)


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(d. after 360),

a rhetorician converted to Christianity in adult life. His chief work, De errore profanarum religionum, is an appeal to the Emps. Constantius and Constans to destroy the pagan idols by force.

Subjects: Classical Studies — Christianity.


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