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THE POET FROM EGYPT I
FROM PANEGYRIST TO PROPAGANDIST
TECHNIQUES OF THE PROPAGANDIST
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Africa Alaric Alaric's Alexandria alleged allusion Ammian Anicii Anth Arcadius army audience Augustine barbarians Bastarnae battle Birt certainly Christian claim Claudian Claudian wrote Claudian's day Claudian's poems Cons Constantinople consulate contemporary course CQ n.s. death Demougeot doubt earlier East eastern Egyptian Emperor Empire epic epigrams Eucherius Eunapius Eutr Eutropius example fact Fargues Florentinus fourth century Gainas Gigantomachia Gild Gildo Goths Greek Hadrian Heitsch Honorius Illyricum interesting invective Italy Keydell later Latin less Libanius lines literary Lucan Mascezel Mazzarino Milan natural Nonnus Nupt obvious once pagan panegyric parallels passage perhaps poetry poets political Pollentia praises preface probably Prudentius quae quoted Rapt reason recited refers rhetorical Roma Roman Rome Rufinus Rutilius Seeck seems senate Serena Sidonius simile speech Statius Stil Stilico suggest supposed surely Symmachus Synesius Tatian theme Theod Theodorus Theodosius Tribigild Triphiodorus Vergil victory writing written Zosimus