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- Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Vol 1,
1867, p. 859-860: "Coronatus, styled in MSS. Vir Clarissimus, the author of three pieces in
the Latin Anthology .....The first, consisting of twenty-nine hexameters, is a poetical
amplification, possessing no particular merit, of the Virgilian line " Vivo equidem, vitamque
extrema per omnia duco
" the second and third are short epigrams ingeniously expressed..."
Vandals, Romans and Berbers: new perspectives on late antique North Africa , 2004, Andrew H. Merrils, pg. 138-139- "Our knowledge of the poets of Vandal Africa is skeletal...The sparse remains of works of other poets who wrote during this period survive in the Anthologia Latina, a collection of African poems first made by Burman, revised by Meyer in 1835 and Riese in 1869 and 1894, and known also in Baehens version of 1882. It is not known, however, when these poets lived and worked , or much more about them other than their names: Avitus, Bonosus, Calbulus, Cato, Coronatus, Felix, Florentinus, Lindinus, Luxorius, Modestinus, Octavianus, Ponannus, Regianus, Tuccianus and Vincentinus..."
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