Part Three: The Pelagian Crisis (411–430)
Edited By Frederick Van Fleteren
Note 87: Maximinus and Sigisvultus
Maximinus and Sigisvultus
The Arian bishop Maximinus says in the conference with Augustine, missus a Comite Regis multa contemplatione pesis adveni.2 It is not to be doubted that in place of a Comite Regis multa, a Comite Sigivulto should be read.3 The Benedictines have placed it in their text on the authority of various manuscripts. Others have Fegisvulto which is not so different. The title of Augustine‘s Sermo 140 reports Maximus an Arian bishop is in Africa with Count Sigisvultus where he spreads blasphemy. ← 494 | 495 →
1 See Art. 334.
2 Contra Maximinum.
3 Rivius 583.
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