The panegyric of Eumenius (vii. [vi.] inter Panegyr. Vet.), which was pronounced a few months before the Italian war, abounds with the most unexceptionable evidence of the Pagan superstition of Constantine, and of his particular veneration for Apollo, or the Sun; to which Julian al1udes (Orat. vii. p. 228, ). See Commentaire de Spanheim sur les Cesars, p. 317.