Lucius


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Lucius,

in the New Testament. 1 Christian teacher at Antioch, a Cyrenian. 2 Christian at Rome.
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Lucius

transformed into ass, makes love with harlot. [Rom. Lit.: The Golden Ass]

Lucius

his insatiable curiosity involves him in magic and his accidental transformation into an ass. [Rom. Lit.: The Golden Ass]

Lucius

enjoyed Timon’s generosity; refuses him loan when poor. [Br. Lit.: Timon of Athens]

Lucius

metamorphosed into an ass, has a series of adventures. [Rom. Lit.: Apuleius Metamorphoses or The Golden Ass in Magill I, 309]
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References in classic literature ?
When at last Lucius Wilson was announced, Alexander sprang eagerly to his feet and hurried to meet his old instructor.
If his mind now and again picked a face out of the grayness, it was Lucius Wilson's, or the face of an old schoolmate, forgotten for years; or it was the slim outline of a favorite greyhound he used to hunt jack-rabbits with when he was a boy.
KING ARTHUR..............................................EMPEROR LUCIUS KING LOT OF LOTHIAN.........................................KING LOGRIS KING OF NORTHGALIS.................KING MERPHALT OF IRELAND KING MARSIL..............................................KING MORGANORE KING OF LITTLE BRITAIN................KING MARK OF CORNWALL KING LABOR........................................KING NENTRES OF GARLOT KING PELLAM OF LISTENGESE.........KING MELIODAS OF LIONES KING BAGDEAGUS.....................................KING OF THE LAKE KING TOLLEME LA FEINTES...........THE SOWDAN OF SYRIA
i The big field is quickly reduced to to a shortlist of Ben Vrackie, Baghdad, Aquarium, Lethal Steps, Lucius Tiberius and Sevenna Star.
Instead, it's Lucius, the son of Commodus's sister Lucilla (Connie Nielsen), who will drive the story forward.
Summary: The story will reportedly focus on Lucius, the son of Lucilla, played by Connie Nielsen in the 2000 original
Amid the disorientation and displacement of World War I, Lucius, a barely trained young medical student, reports to a remote church requisitioned as a field hospital in the Carpathian Mountains.
Preview USA 10.48pm ATR/RUK Secretariat Stakes G1 Arlington Park, 1m2f turf, 3yo NO FEWER than five of the 13 runners in this $400,000 contest have travelled from Ireland, headed by the Ballydoyle pair Hunting Horn (Ryan Moore) and Lucius Tiberius (Wayne Lordan) - easy Royal Ascot winner and hat-trick seeker respectively - in a race their trainer has won four times, writes Nicholas Godfrey.
A superbly crafted historical novel by a novelist with a genuine flair for consistently entertaining narrative storytelling and an impressive ability to engage his reader's total and continued attention from beginning to end, "Serah: The Daughter of Rebekah and Lucius" by Barry Connolly is an especially and unreservedly recommended addition to community library collections.
This accessible biography of Roman emperor Lucius Verus, who ruled with his adoptive brother Marcus Aurelius in the 2nd century AD, offers a special focus on his military decisions during the Parthian Warsand the invasions of Armenia and Syria.
The actor, who played the menacing Lucius Malfoy in the movie adaptations of JK Rowling's novels, is father to two daughters with his documentary filmmaker wife Emma Hewitt - Lily, 16, and Ruby, 12.