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Apuleius

Line breaks: Apu|leius
Pronunciation: /ˌapjʊˈliːəs
 
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  • (Born circa 123 ad), Roman writer, born in Africa. His writings are characterized by an exuberant and bizarre use of language. Notable works: Metamorphoses ( The Golden Ass).

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