Note 091
From Chapter 40 of the Decline & Fall

One of these, Anatolius, perished in an earthquake — doubtless a judgment! The complaints and clamours of the people in Agathias (l. v. p. 146, 147) are almost an echo of the anecdote. The aliena pecunia reddenda of Corippus (l. ii. 381, etc.,) is not very honorable to Justinian's memory.

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