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Augustine’s letters are an important source for information on Bonifacius’s life Ep. 220, on the compatibility between military and Christian life Ep. 189, on military and administrative activity Ep. 185 A; 17, and on Bonifacius’s works in favor of the church of Hippo Ep. 7. Augustine himself wrote the De correctione Donatistarum liber = Ep. 185; Retr. II, 48, addressed to Bonifacius in ca. 417, when the latter had reassumed the position of tribune of Numidia.

Atlanta Map An anonymous Cadurci, cantor of the comes Africae Bonifacius, wrote a panegyric reported by Sidonius Apollinarius Carm. IX, 289- 295; Consolino, 183. Augustine, Ep. 185, 185 A, 189, 220, 7 and 17; Sidon. Apoll. Carmina IX, 279-280 PL 58, 702; Prosper Aquit. Chronicon 1294 MGH 9, 471-472; Procopius, Bell. Vandal. 1,3 ed. G. Wirth, 317-324; DHGE IX, 924-931; PLRE II, B. 3, 237-240; PCBE I, B. 13, 152-155; R. Gentili, La rivalit  tra Ezio, Felice e Bonifacio e l’invasione dei Vandali nell’Africa, in Il mondo classico, 1955, 363ff.; J.B. Bury, History of the Later Roman Empire, I, London 1923, 196, 223, 243-247; H.J. Diesner, Die Laufbahn des Comes Africae Bonifatius und seine Beziehungen zu Augustinus, in Kirche und Staat im sp¤trmischen Reich, Berlin 1963, 100-126; Id. Forschungen und Forschritte, t. 35, 281 with ample bibl.; A. Lippold, Der Kleine Pauly Lexikon der Antike I, Stuttgart 1964, 926-927; O. Seeck, Pauly Real-Encyclop¤die der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft 5, III, 1, 698-699; Id. Geschichte des Untergangs der Antiken Welt, VI, Stuttgart 1966, 54, 89-90, 105-117; V. Paronetto, Nota sulla datazione dell’epistolario agostiniano Ep. 220; 229; 230; 231: Augustinianum 14 1974 363- 367; R. Delmaire, Contribution des nouvelles lettres de saint Augustin   la prosopographie du Bas-Empire romain, in Les lettres de saint Augustin d©couvertes par Johannes Divjak, Paris 1983, 83-86; G. Zecchini, Aezio: l’ultima difesa dell’Occidente romano, Rome 1983, 141-165; F.E. Consolino, Poesia e propaganda da Valentiniano III ai regni romanobarbarici secc. V-VI, in Letteratura e propaganda nell’Occidente latino da Augusto ai regni romanobarbarici, Rome 2000, 183-184.

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