Apuleius



Lucius, born a.d. 125? Roman philosopher and satirist.
Historical Examples

The work on which the fame of Apuleius principally rests has little claim to originality.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 3 Various

Apuleius had been changed, not into a nightingale, but into an ass!
The Red Romance Book Various

The sight of an Apuleius between the hands—pardon my bluntness!
The King of Alsander James Elroy Flecker

This course was followed, in a measure, at least, by Apuleius.
A History of Roman Literature Harold North Fowler

How Fotis told to Apuleius, what witchcraft her mistresse did use.
The Golden Asse Lucius Apuleius

The style of Apuleius is not the same in his different works.
A History of Roman Literature Harold North Fowler

It seems to have no connection with the Herbarium of Apuleius, which is nowhere cited.
Herbals, Their Origin and Evolution Agnes Arber

In lianos and Apuleius, the owls are spoken of as birds of ill omen.
Zoological Mythology (Volume II) Angelo de Gubernatis

I can only trust that the English of this translation has not wholly lost the colour to which Apuleius owes so much of his charm.
The Apologia and Florida of Apuleius of Madaura Lucius Apuleius

This was the same idea as that of Apuleius in the beautiful story of Psyche.
Ten Great Religions James Freeman Clarke

noun
Lucius (ˈluːsɪəs). 2nd century ad, Roman writer, noted for his romance The Golden Ass

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