Hidden irony against Justinian permeated correspondence between the emperor and the king of the Vandals Gelimer. Tips that Justinian gives Gelimer , are essentially a hint of the behavior of Justinian, when he actually rules when his uncle Justin, as Procopius condemned to say in the "Secret History" . Thus Procopius as it puts on the same level and Justinian, and cruel tyrant Gelimer not limited with only a hint of the moral side of their actions, but the resort and to the titles of. "King Gelimer king Justinian" , - so he begins a letter Gelimer. In its reply Gelimer Justinian threatened him that his punishment come upon the demon (devil) , as well as the king of the Vandals suffered punishment from Justinian, it turns out that he is a demon. This hidden hint "War of the Vandals" again echoes the "Secret History", where the theme of Justinian as the embodiment of the demon (devil) is one of the main topics.
Karl Kraus zum Vergnügen: "Erlaubt ist, was mißfällt."
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