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Lu·can(lo͞o′kən) Originally Marcus Annaeus Lucanus. ad 39-65.
Roman poet who wrote the Pharsalia, an epic account of the civil war between Caesar and Pompey.
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(Biography) Latin name Marcus Annaeus Lucanus. 39–65 ad, Roman poet. His epic poem Pharsalia describes the civil war between Caesar and Pompey
(Bible) of or relating to St Luke or St Luke's gospel
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(Marcus Annaeus Lucanus) A.D. 39–65, Roman poet, born in Spain.
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Lucan[ˈluːkən] N → Lucano
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