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“About the year 330, Juvencus, a Spaniard, wrote the evangelical history in heroic verse.”
“The poem is skilfully written and is more original than that of Juvencus.”
“In the prologue Juvencus announces that he wishes to meet the lying tales of the pagan poets, Homer and Virgil, with the glories of the true Faith.”
“St. Jerome tells us that Juvencus composed another, shorter,”
“Other traces of symbolism have been found in Juvencus, the most notable being the significance attached to the gifts of the Magi -- the incense offered to the God, the gold to the King, the myrrh to the Man.”
“The Bible text which Juvencus paraphrased was of course an ancient one.”
“The two best editions of Juvencus are those of Marold (Leipzig, 1886) in the "Bibliotheca Teubneriana", and of Hümer (Vienna, 1891) in the”
“Likewise we approve Orosius; 24. … the works of Sedulius; 25. … the works of Juvencus.”
“Juvencus, put the Gospel narrative into respectable hexameters, which are still extant.”
“The classics were allowed to perish, and their place was taken by Christian poets such as Prudentius or Juvencus, by moralizations of Aesop, patchwork compositions known as 'centos' on Scriptural themes, and the like.”
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