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Apocrypha by Lucius Apuleius is a captivating collection of lesser-known texts that provide insight into various aspects of ancient mythology and literature. The book offers a glimpse into the beliefs and stories of the time, shedding light on the religious and cultural practices of the ancient world.

Apuleius' writing is engaging and informative, with a poetic flair that brings these ancient texts to life. The translation is clear and accessible, making it easy for readers to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of myths and legends presented in the book.

One of the highlights of Apocrypha is the introduction by the author, which provides valuable context and background information on the texts included in the collection. This helps readers better understand and appreciate the significance of these ancient writings.

Overall, Apocrypha is a must-read for anyone interested in ancient mythology, literature, or history. It offers a unique and enlightening perspective on the ancient world, showcasing the richness and diversity of its cultural heritage.

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It is not generally agreed whether Plato was the author of any of these books.
I. Hippias Major
II. Second Alcibiades
III. Theages
IV. The Rivals
V. Hipparchus
VII. Clitopho
VIII. The Epistles
IX. Epinomis
X. Axiochus
XI. On Virtue
XII. On Justice
XIII. Sisyphus
XIV. Demodocus
XV. Definitions
XVI. Timaeus Locrus - Summary by Geoffrey Edwards

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