Pseudo-Apuleius is the name given to the author of a 5th-century herbal known as Herbarium Apuleii Platonici, De herbarum virtutibus, or simply Herbarium. A 10th-century manuscript of the work is in the Museum Meermanno in The Hague.
There are two 11th-century versions of the herbal (with coloured illustrations) at Oxford University:
- Ps. Apuleius, Herbal: England, St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury; 11th century, c. 1070–1100
- Ps.-Apuleius, Dioscorides, Herbals (extracts); De virtutibus bestiarum in arte medicinae, in Latin and English: England, Bury St. Edmunds; 11th century, late
- L. Apulei de medicaminibus herbarum liber I, 1587.
- Claudii Galeni pergameni liber de plenitudine; Polybus de salubri vistus ratione privatorum; Apuleius Platonicus de herbarum virtutibus; Antonii Benivenii libellus de adbditis nonnullis ac mirandis morborum et sanationum causis. 1528.
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