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Appuleius, L. Caeci'licus Minutia'nus


the author of a work de Orthographia. Madvig has shewn (de Apuleii Fragm. de Orthogr., Hafniae, 1829), that the treatise de Orthographia is the work of a literary impostor of the fifteenth century.


Two other grammatical works, de Nota Aspirationis and de Diphthongis, which also bear the name of Appuleius. These grammatical treatises were probably written in the tenth century of our aera.


Considerable fragments of the de Orthographia were first published by A. Mai in "Juris Civilis Ante-Justinianei Reliquiae, &c.," Rome, 1823. They were republished by Osann, Darmstadt, 1826, with de Nota Aspirationis and de Diphthongis.

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