Marius Victorinus: (b. c. 280/285; fl. c. 355-363) Grammarian of African origin who taught rhetoric in Rome and translated works of Platonists. In 354, he was honored with a statue in the Forum of Trajan. His conversion to the Christian faith (c. 355), made a deep impression on Augustine. After his conversion, he wrote against the Arians and composed commentaries on Paul’s letters.