M. Terentius Varronis Saturarum Menippearum Reliquiae,
edidit F. Oehler, Quedlinburg and Leipzig, 1844, p. 239.
In the Satires, Varro presented the God of Night as stupefied with deep sleep and drunkenness.
(Remains of Terentius Varro's Menippean Satires, edited by F. Oehler)
Oehler provides the following note on this spurious fragment:
Popma citat hunc locum ex Augustini libris de Civ. Dei; sed mihi, opere hoc paene sexcenties pervoluto, reperire eum non evenit.
[Ausonius van] Popma [1563-1613] quotes this passage from Augustine's The City of God; but having reread the work nearly six hundred times, I have not happened to find it.