Apuleius

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Haihuwa M'Daourouch (en) Fassara, 125 (Gregorian)
ƙasa Romawa na Da
Mutuwa Carthage (en) Fassara, 170 (Gregorian)
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Sana'a marubuci, Mai Falsafa, novelist (en) Fassara da maiwaƙe
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Apologia (en) Fassara

Florence Nwanzuruahu Nkiru nwapa (an hai fetane a Oguta13 Janairu 1931 – 16 Oktoba 1993)kuma marubuciya ceyar Nigeria kuma ana kiranta da suna maman AfrikaApuleius masanin falsafa ne kuma mai iya magana da magana yana ƙoƙarin amfani da sihiri don cin nasarar tsohuwar amarya da wadata. An fi saninsa da labarinsa game da addinin Isis, labarin Cupid da Psyche, da kuma abubuwan da suka faru na gwarzo, Lucius.

An haifi Apuleius a kusan misalin 125, a Madauros, Numidia . Ba a san menene sunansa na farko ba, kodayake marubuta a Tsakiyar Zamani sukan kira shi "Lucius Apuleius" saboda jarumin littafin nasa ana kiransa Lucius. [1] [2] Apuleius ya yi karatu a cikin Carthage da Athens, sannan ya zagaya Bahar Rum yana koyon al'adun addinai. A shekarar 158 ya gabatar da jawabin da aka naɗa a matsayin Apologia Apuleii Bincike na Apuleius' a garin Sabratha, Tripolitania ( Libya ta yanzu ), a matsayin kariya daga tuhumar amfani da sihiri don cin nasarar wata tsohuwar amarya da ake kira Pudentilla. Apuleius, a cikin Bincike, ya ba da hangen nesa cikin dokar Roman ta ƙarni na biyu, yanayin tattalin arziki da zamantakewar Roman Arewacin Afirka, da kuma halayyar sihiri.

Apuleius ya mutu a kusan shekara ta 175 Miladiyya, bayan da ya rubuta littafinsa, wanda aka fi sani da The Golden Ass ko The Metamorphoses (kuma Transformations of Lucius), da Apology, da kuma littattafan Plato, Socrates, da Aristotle.

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  1. P. G. Walsh, (1999) The Golden Ass, page xi. Oxford University Press.
  2. Julia Haig Gaisser, (2008), The fortunes of Apuleius and the Golden Ass: a study in transmission and Reception, page 69. Princeton University Press.

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