Apion

Apion (Ἀπίων; 30-20 BC – c. AD 45-48), also known as Plistonices, a Hellenized Egyptian grammarian, sophist and commentator on Homer, was born at the Siwa Oasis, and flourished in the first half of the 1st century AD. Apion studied at Alexandria. He settled in Rome at an unknown date. Apion taught rhetoric until the reign of Claudius. He w...
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Apion

(lived 1st century AD) Greek grammarian and head of the Alexandrian school. Apion's story of `Androcles and the Lion`, from his Aegyptiaca, survives in Aulus Gellius' Noctes Atticae. His Homeric glossary, based on...
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Apion

Apion is a genus of Snout Beetles (Curculionidae) with over 1000 known species, 84 of which occur in Britain. They attack various parts of flowering plants.
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