Luculus


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Noun1.Luculus - Roman general famous for giving lavish banquets (110-57 BC)
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See its golden treasures and fantastic frescoes of bull-dancers and dolphins, eat lunch at Luculus (Korai 5, 0030 2810 224435, for super grilled seafood, pasta or pizza, in a shady courtyard), or Parasies, (Platia Istorikou Mouseio, 0030 2810 225009, with outside tables and a view of the sea, both from around pounds 14-20 per head) - and be back at the pool by early afternoon.