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Ep. 75 (21) was addressed to the emperor Valentinian II in January or early February 386 – or so we argue. Ep. 75a (21a), also known as Contra Auxentium, is the text of a sermon, which, if its heading is to be believed, was presented to the emperor Valentinian II, though its aggressive tone makes this most unlikely. Its most probable date is January 386. Ep. 76 (20) was sent to Ambrose’s sister around Easter 386. Of these documents Ep. 75 is a real letter. Ep. 76, though addressed to his sister, includes the text of a sermon.
71 (56a) of AD 393 to the bishops of Macedonia, concerning Bishop Bonosus, who was alleged to teach that the Virgin Mary had given birth to sons after Jesus. There are no reasons to believe that these letters were not composed and sent to the addressees in the circumstances implied by their subject matter. Next we have a group of three documents: Ep. 72 (17) of AD 384 addressed to the emperor Valentinian II; Ep. 72 a (17a), which is not by Ambrose at all, but by Symmachus, the famous Third Relatio, pleading for the retention of the altar of Victory; and Ep.
Letters to bishops and members of the clergy in other books, impersonal though they may seem at ﬁrst sight, display qualities that made him admired and beloved. As the son of a praetorian prefect Ambrose belonged to the senatorial aristocracy of the Empire. In this he was unusual among bishops of his time. But Ambrose was very careful not to allude to this elevated background in his writings. What the style of his letters must have made abundantly clear to those of his colleagues who could appreciate it was that Ambrose belonged to what one might call ‘the commonwealth of the lettered’, the citizenship that united the rhetorically educated all over the Empire.
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