By examining an obscure passage of Jerome’s Ep. 60, dedicated to the description of the death of the emperor Gratian, it is possible to identify an allusion to the Pseudo-Quintilianic Major Declamations, which has hitherto been overlooked, referring in particular to the trail of bloody prints that appears on the wall at the centre of Decl. mai. 1, “Paries palmatus”.

Graziano e le mura insanguinate di Lione

Santorelli Biagio
2017

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By examining an obscure passage of Jerome’s Ep. 60, dedicated to the description of the death of the emperor Gratian, it is possible to identify an allusion to the Pseudo-Quintilianic Major Declamations, which has hitherto been overlooked, referring in particular to the trail of bloody prints that appears on the wall at the centre of Decl. mai. 1, “Paries palmatus”.
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