137 On this visit of the empress to Jerusalem, see Evagrius, H. E. I. 20-23. During this visit for some reason or other-variously stated by the authors of the period-an alienation occurred between the emperor and Eudocia. See above, chap. 21, note 2.

138 439 a.d.

139 Evidently a round number, as he begun with the year 305 (cf. I. 1), and the exact number of years included in the history cannot be more than 135.

140 439 a.d.