The Golden Asse (Illustrated) by Lucius Apuleius Africanus

The Golden Asse (Illustrated)

byLucius Apuleius Africanus

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LUCIUS APULEIUS African, an excellent follower of Plato his sect, born in Madaura, a Countrey sometime inhabited by the Romans, and under the jurisdiction of Syphax, scituate and lying on the borders of Numidia and Getulia, whereby he calleth himself half a Numidian and half a Getulian: and Sidonius named him the Platonian Madaurence: his father called Theseus had passed all offices of dignity in his countrey with much honour. His mother named Salvia was of such excellent vertue, that she passed all the Dames of her time, borne of an ancient house, and descended from the philosopher Plutarch, and Sextus his nephew. His wife called Prudentila was endowed with as much vertue and riches as any woman might be. Hee himselfe was of an high and comely stature, gray eyed, his haire yellow, and a beautiful personage. He flourished in Carthage in the time of Iolianus Avitus and Cl.

Title:The Golden Asse (Illustrated)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 30, 2014Publisher:Flying FishLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1632953803

ISBN - 13:9781632953803

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