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Aelian a.k.a. Claudius Aelianus, often seen as just Aelian, born at Praeneste, was a Roman author and teacher of rhetoric who flourished under Septimius Severus and probably outlived Elagabalus, who died in 222. He spoke Greek so perfectly that he was called "honey-tongued"; Roman-born, he preferred Greek authors, and wrote in a slightly archaizing Greek himself.

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Google previewAelian's On the Nature of Animals (2012)

by Gregory McNamee

Aelian refers to the myth of Glaucus, which Euripides mentions in the ...

Google previewA Symbolical Dictionary; in which ... the general signification of the prophetic symbols, especially those of the Apocalypse, is laid down and proved from the most ancient authorities, sacred and profane ... A new and enlarged edition. With a memoir of the author; and a preface, by Matthew Habershon. [Extracted from "A Perpetual Commentary on the Revelation of St. John."] (1842)

According to AElian,t the lion has a very piercing eye, and is of brutes the only one that is not born blind. Fine LINEN. See GARMENTs. To LIVE. See under DEATH and RESURRECTION. LOCUSTS begin to appear in spring, about a month ...

Google previewLexicon Plutarcheum et Vitas et Opera Moralia complectens (1843)

' vel Aelian. Suppl.- 1056“Markl. Similis Kusler ...

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