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Iulus

noun
  1. Roman myth another name for Ascanius
  2. Roman myth the son of Ascanius, founder of the Julian gens or clan
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Historical Examples

  • Daughter of Latin shepherd;her stag was wounded by Iulus, 373.

    Myths of Greece and Rome

    H. A. Guerber

  • He himself, with his son Iulus and his friend Achates, was driven out of his course and carried to the shores of Libya.

  • He was of patrician birth and his family claimed descent from Ascanius; or Iulus, the son of neas.

  • I suspect that the specimens from the Sierra Guadalupe are intergrades between lloydi and iulus.

  • So they called to the nearest sentinels to relieve them of their guard and hurried to seek Iulus.


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