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Căpella . ae, m.,
I.a Roman proper name.
I. An elegiac poet, Ov. P. 4, 16, 36. —
II. Capella Antistius, a teacher of rhetoric, Lampr. Comm. 1, 6.—
III. Martianus Mineus Felix Capella, a learned grammarian of Madaura, in Africa, in the second half of the fifth century; his Satyricon treats of the liberal arts.—Hence, Căpel-lĭānus , a um, adj., belonging to a Capella, Mart. 11, 31, 17.
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