Damasus of Rome. The Epigraphic Poetry.
Oxford University Press, 2015. 256p. Hardback. Series: Oxford Early Christian Texts. Trout, well known for his studies on early Christian Rome and its epigraphy, presents the poems in an expert but at the same time accessible way [...] The volume should therefore appeal to a relatively broad audience at different levels, students and scholars alike, who are interested in (late) Latin poetry, in epigraphy, in early Christian and late antique Rome, in Damasus and his time, in the Romanmartyr cult and in the developing cult of saints, and, more generally, in the Christianisation of late antique Rome. Josef Lossl, Cardiff University, Journal of Ecclesiastical History |a 14/06/2019 (Publisher's information).