Olympiodorus ap. Phot. p. 188 [p. 59, ed. Bekk.]. Philostorgius (1. xii. c. 5) observes, that when Honorius made his triurnphal entry he encouraged the Romans, with his hand and voice to rebuild their city; and the Chronicle of Prosper commends Heraclian, qui in Romanae urbis reparationem strenuum exhibuerat ministerium.