I come, Lucullus, to ask your assistance, to claim your sympathy and help.
Lucullus rose to his feet and paced the room in great agitation.
They may feast like Lucullus on fresh trout and on the dainty aniseed cakes which are a local speciality.
"It is well that you have addressed yourself to me, venerable man," said Lucullus.
The pale sad face of Lucullus was conspicuous among the mourners.
Did you not know, then, that to-day Lucullus sups with Lucullus?
Other anecdotes related by Plutarch also illustrate the luxurious life of Lucullus.
Lucullus was by far the most extravagant of these fish fanciers.
Elsewhere, I hope to become the rival of Lucullus in this admirable part of virtue.
Supposed to have belonged to the statue of Apollo brought from Pontus by Lucullus.