INTRODUCTION TO 'ON THE GODS AND THE WORLD' BY SALUSTIUS
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The identity of the author of 'On the Gods and the World' is object of a controversy. Scholars distinguish two personages to which could have been attributed with equal probability the paternity of the work, Flavius Sallustius and Saturninius Secundus Salustius (Salustios). Traditionally, the work is called the catechism of pagan religion, but perhaps it was rather intended as a kind of homage to Julian the Apostate.
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