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 (ăp′yə-lē′əs), Lucius fl. second century ad.
Roman philosopher and satirist whose best-known work is The Golden Ass.
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(Biography) Lucius (ˈluːsɪəs). 2nd century ad, Roman writer, noted for his romance The Golden Ass
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(ˌæp yəˈli əs)

n. Lucius,
born A.D. 125?, Roman philosopher and satirist.
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[ˌæpjəˈlɪəs] NApuleyo
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