All works cited in the notes by author surname and year of publication are listed with full details in the bibliography. In order to keep it within bounds I have not included encyclopedia entries, most editions of texts used, and a few passing references or reviews cited only once or for a marginal detail. References to commentaries (mainly on Vergil) are given in the traditional manner (Pease on Aen. iv. 18, Horsfall on Aen. iii…). Again, to save space, in the case of articles published more than once, I usually cite only the first version, unless the later version is more accessible. When the writer cited has published more than one item in a given year, I normally assume that readers will be guided by the title, subject matter, and pagination, but where there is ambiguity I have distinguished items by adding a or b. Note that I cite Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire as PLRE, Consuls of the Later Roman Empire (ed. R. S. Bagnall, A. Cameron, S. Schwartz and K. A. Worp) as CLRE, and Prosopographie chrétienne du Bas-Empire as PCBE. Most other abbreviations follow the usual conventions. I cite R. Herzog and P. L. Schmidt (eds.), Handbuch der lateinischen Literatur der Antike (1989-) by volume and section numbers, which are the same in the French translation (Nouvelle histoire de la littérature latine, 1993-).

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Adkin, N. “Juvenal and Jerome,” CP 89 (1994), 69–72.

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