The first winner, Lucius Licinus Lucullus, still bequeathes to our language the adjective "lucullan."
In the book, Buddy wrote that Lucius proposed a deal: he would give their mother money in exchange for sex.
According to the book, Jodie was conceived after the couple split and their mother went to Lucius for child-support money.
The ass Lucius, after having eaten the roses of morning or the east, again becomes Lucius the luminous one (the sun).
I love you, Lucius; the laughter of the old days has passed.
Judson was the husband of Eliza, a sister of Lucius and his brothers.
Sir Lucius was to reap half the profit, and to undertake the whole management.
The table was decorated with Lucius's silver cups, standing on an artistically crinkled square of light blue silk.
Sir Lucius had been long maturing his pretensions to the vacant representation.
He was the father of the Lucius Murena in whose defence we have an extant oration of Cicero.
of Cyrene, a Christian teacher at Antioch (Acts 13:1), and Paul's kinsman (Rom. 16:21). His name is Latin, but his birthplace seems to indicate that he was one of the Jews of Cyrene, in North Africa.