[ uh-myoo-lee-uhs ]
/ əˈmyu li əs /
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noun Roman Legend.
a son of Proca who revolted against his brother Numitor and seized the throne of Alba Longa.
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How to use Amulius in a sentence
On finding this out, they collected an army, with which they drove away Amulius, and brought their grandfather back to Alba Longa.Young Folks' History of Rome|Charlotte Mary Yonge
Amulius, a celebrated artist, was employed during the whole of his life to paint this palace.Ruins of Ancient Cities (Vol. II of II)|Charles Bucke
Quirinus was miraculously preserved in infancy, when threatened with destruction by the tyrant ruler Amulius.The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors|Kersey Graves
Amulius feared that these children might, at some future time, give him trouble, by advancing claims as their father's heirs.
Amulius then asked Faustulus what he had been intending to do with the trough, which he was bringing so secretly into the city.