Apuleius

Born: ca. 123
Died: ca. 180
Biography
Novelist, rhetorician, poet, philosopher. Trained in Carthage, Athens, Rome; active in Asia Minor, Egypt, Libya.
 
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Apuleius   The Fable Of Cupid And Psyche, Translated from the Latin of Apuleius: To Which Are Added, A Poetical Paraphrase On The Speech Of Diotima, In The Banquet Of Plato; Four Hymns, &c. &c. With An Introduction, In Which The Meaning Of The Fable Is Unfolded. - [Epigraph from Synesius] - - London: 1795.   
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Narra Apuleo, che (mentr'egli cangiato In Asino, serviva à genti ladre) Una sposa rubbaro il destinato Didele nozze le rapaci squadre. Cui (per farle scordare un sogno ingrato) Dona conforto una canuta madre, Che l'havea in guardia, e con grata favella Le racconta di Psiche la novella.   - [Rome:] [15--.]   
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Psyches Et Amoris Nuptiæ Ac Fabula A Raphaele Sanctio Urbinate Romæ In Farnesianis Hortis Transtyberim Ad Veterum Æmulationem Ac Laudem Colorum Luminibus Expressa a Nicolao Dorigny ad similitudinem delineata et incisa, et a Ioanne Petro Bellorio notis illustrata Ad Serenissimum Principem Ranutium Secundum Parmæ ac Placentiæ Ducem &c. Quae tua sunt Tibi sacro, Serenissime Princeps, ...   - Romæ Ad Templum S Mariæ De Pace Cum Privilegio Summi Pontificis, Et Sup. Perm. Ædita [1693]   
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