m. minucius felix

Minucius Felix

[mi-noo-shee-uhs fee-liks, -shuhs, -nyoo-]
Marcus, Roman writer of the 2nd century a.d. whose dialogue Octavius is the earliest known work of Latin-Christian literature.
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