Jerom, tom. i. p. 93 [Epist. cxxiii. c. 16, tom. i. p. 908, ed. Vallars.]. See, in the first volume of the Historians of France, p. 777, 782, the proper extracts from the Carmen de Providentia Divina, and Salvian. The anonymous poet was himself a captive, with his bishop and fellow-citizens.