Alcimus


Alcimus

Alcimus, ī, m. (Ἄλκιμος), latein. Eigenname, a) Latinus Alcimus Avitus Alethius, ein lat. Rhetor u. Epigrammatist ums Jahr 360 n. Chr., Auson. prof. 2. Sidon. ep. 5, 10 u. 8, 11. Vgl. Teuffel Gesch. d. röm. Liter.5 § 417, 3. – b) Alcimus Ecditius Avitus, Bischof von Vienna, als christlicher Schriftsteller u. Dichter bekannt, gest. 523 n. Chr., Isid. vir. ill. 23. Vgl. Teuffel Gesch. der röm. Liter.5 § 474, 5.


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