Julian. Orat i. p. 36, 37; and Orat. ii. p. 59, 60. Zonaras, tom. ii. l. xliii. [c. 8] p. 17. Zosimus, 1. ii. [c. 49-52] p. 130-133 The last of these celebrates the dexterity of the archer Menelaus, who could discharge three arrows at the same time; an advantage which, according to his apprehension of military affairs, materially contributed to the victory of Constantius.