Chrysostom, tom. i. p. 580, advers. Judaeos et Gentes [c. 16], tom. ii. p. 574, de Sto. Babyla [c. 22], edit. Montfaucon. I have followed the common and natural supposition- but the learned Benedictine, who dates the composition of these sermons in the year 383, is confident they were never pronounced from the pulpit.