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The accusation that Apuleius was a magician, though it gives the work its conventional title, formed only part of the general charge, which was that he had used magical 1 Sabratha was a prosperous port city of eastern Tripolitania: Barrington Atlas 35 E 2: Bradley, Apuleius and Antonine Rome, 4.
Apuleius and Antonine Rome: Historical Essays. By Keith Bradley. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (Phoenix Supplementary Volumes 50). 2012. Pp. xii, 97, 14 images. This is a great book by a major Roman social historian that vastly enriches a reading of Apuleius. Composed of eight previously published essays and four new ones, the.
Having considered the Romans' relationship with Greek culture from Cicero by way of the Elder Seneca, Quintilian, the Younger Pliny, and Suetonius down to Apuleius, in particular, the implications of code-switching and the linguistic annexation that made Greek a resource for the improvement of Latin and a mark of superior Roman education, the chapter turns to the specific cases of Fronto, in.
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Apuleius of Madauros, writing in the latter half of the second century CE in Roman North Africa, is best known to us today for his Latin fiction, the Metamorphoses aka The Golden Ass, about a man who turned into a donkey and back again.
As well as being gripping adventures, Caroline Lawrence's bestselling novels are packed with facts about ancient Roman life. This quiz book includes over 500 questions based on the following six titles: The Enemies of Jupiter, The Gladiators from Capua, The Colossus of Rhodes, The Fugitive from Corinth, The Sirens of Surrentum and The Charioteer of Delphi.
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