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Paulinus


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Of Pella, a Gallo-Roman aristocrat, wrote the Eucharisticon, a Christian poem of thanks for his misfortunes, c.ad 460, when in his eighties. The grandson of Ausonius, he was born at ...

Subjects: Archaeology — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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