The same writer affirms, that
Virgil captus a Romanis invisibiliter exiit, ivitque Neapolim.
A Roman magician, in the 11th century, is introduced by William of Malmsbury (de Gestis Regum Anglorum, l. ii. p. 86); and in the time of Flaminius Vacca (No. 81, 103) it was the vulgar belief that the strangers (the Goths) invoked the daemons for the discovery of hidden treasures.