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Cf. E. ) Most importantly of all, Symmachus patronized Augustine (354–430) when the latter aspired to become a man of letters. 47 Augustine had been to school in Apuleius’ home town of Madauros (366–9) and, like the speaker of Apuleius’ prologue, he had experienced in Italy the paradox of being simultaneously an accomplished rhetorician and a rudis locutor (AA 1. 50 Both depict the fall, suVering, and redemption of a well-born young man; both involve a combination of curiositas and sexual indulgence; both comprise an odd number of books.

Augustinus Epist. V [ ¼ Ep. 138] Quis autem vel risu dignum non putet, quod Apollonium & Apuleium, ceterosque artium Magicarum peritissimos conferre Christo, vel etiam præferre conantur? Apuleius enim, [PL: ut de illo potissimum loquamur] qui nobis Afris Afer est notior, non dico ad regnum, sed nec ad aliquam qui[):(10]r dem iudiciariam potestatem cum omnibus suis Magicis artibus potuit peruenire: honesto patriæ suæ loco natus, & liberaliter educatus, magnaque præditus eloquentia. An forte ista, vt Philosophus, voluntate contemsit, cui cum sacerdos prouinciæ, pro magno fuit: vt munera ederet venatoresque vestiret, & pro statua sibi apud Oeenses locanda, ex qua ciuitate habebat vxorem, aduersus contradictionem quorundam ciuium litigaret?

O’Daly, Augustine’s ‘City of God’: A Reader’s Guide (Oxford: Clarendon, 1999), 115–21; V. Hunink, ‘Apuleius, qui nobis afris afer est notior: Augustine’s Polemic against Apuleius in De Civitate Dei’, Scholia ns 12 (2003), 82–95. 57 The Protestants who turned to Augustine in support of their doctrine of predestination would also Wnd ammunition here for their attacks on the theatre. 58 ed. D. AschoV, CCSL 58A (Turnhout: Brepols, 1975). 26 From Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages The Apologia and The Golden Ass are also introduced into the De ciuitate dei as part of Augustine’s attack on Apuleian daemonology: Lib.

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