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APICIUS
Form: Marcus Gavius.
A glutton, who lived under Augustus and Tiberius. He borrowed the last name from an epicure of the republican age, and wrote a book upon cookery. He poisoned himself for fear of starving, though at the time of his death he was still worth £75,000. His name became a proverb, so that we find an Apicius Caelius, author of a collection of recipes in ten books, De Re Culinaria, 3rd century A.D.
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