prudentius was a layman, a native of Saragossa, and it was in the Spanish ritual that his hymns were most largely used.
It is mentioned by prudentius as being in the vicinity of the Via Sacra.
They agreed in the desire of wealth, but with this difference, that prudentius was for growing rich by gain, Furia by parsimony.
Of those who attempted this task, prudentius is perhaps the greatest name.
It should be noted that he (with prudentius) was the sole lyric poet after Horace.
prudentius, a distinguished Latin Christian writer of a succeeding age, was also a Spaniard.
They agreed in the desire of wealth, but with this difference: that prudentius was for growing rich by gain, Furia by parsimony.
prudentius, for instance, is called as an historical witness, yet convicted of fable in much of what he says.
prudentius, bishop of Troyes, definitely states that he was of Irish extraction.
prudentius calls Mentor and Phidias the makers and parents of the heathen gods.