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  • Aelianus Montaltus attributes so much to them, [3406] that he holds the rectification of them alone to be sufficient to the cure of melancholy in most patients.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • I had returned with my family, including my two young brothers-in-law, Camillus Aelianus and Camillus Justinus, a pair of patrician wild boys who were supposed to assist me in my work.

    Excerpt: The Accusers by Lindsey Davis

  • 'As for that young man you enquired about, Falc o - the Aelianus fellow — nobody else seems to have spotted it, but when we were all put under house arrest here, he took ofTsomewhere with the dead girl's husband.'

    See Delphi and Die

  • 'There is Aelianus!' exclaimed Albia, spotting him first.

    See Delphi and Die

  • 'Statianus and Aelianus are missing; so is someone else,' she said.

    See Delphi and Die

  • Minas chose me; next thing I knew he had persuaded Father's banker to pay him directly. leave it to me, dear Aelianus; I will arrange everything; you will be troubled by nothing! '

    See Delphi and Die

  • We saw why Aelianus had been sure he was not the killer.

    See Delphi and Die

  • You will come, and bring my dear young friend Aelianus.

    See Delphi and Die

  • I don't know who you are, Falc o - I trusted Aelianus and that's the only reason I'm talking to you. '

    See Delphi and Die

  • 'Wasn't there a young man from Rome, called Camillus Aelianus?'

    See Delphi and Die


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