Article ID: CBB000019246

The significance of the name Apuleius to the Herbarium Apulei (1978)


Description “This herbal was written in the 4th century, and it may have been written in North Africa. We have no inkling as to the identity of the author, but we can be certain that it could not have been the man whose name the herbal bears, Apuleius of Madaura ... The unknown herbalist is now referred to as Pseudo-Apuleius Platonicus or as Apuleius Barbarus.”

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Voigts, Linda Ehrsam
Apuleius, <em>Pseudo</em>
Groos, Arthur
Il Polifilo
Apuleius, ---Pseudo---
Wolfram von Eschenbach
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