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  • His relative was adopted by Antoninus Pius and ruled together with Marcus Aurelius, whose son was also given the name Commodus. First/second declension
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  • From Latin Aurelius. Aurelius A male given name; of mostly historical use in the Anglo-Saxon world. 1992 Anne Rice, The Tale of the Body Thief, Arrow
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  • Fall of the Roman Empire, by Edward Gibbon, chapter III The virtue of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus was of a severer and more laborious kind. It was the well-earned
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  • North; General of the Felix Legions; loyal servant to the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius; father to a murdered son; husband to a murdered wife; and I will have
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  • Proponent of a school of thought, from in 300 BCE up to about the time of Marcus Aurelius, who holds that by cultivating an understanding of the logos, or natural
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  • spelling of Croesus 1692: Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) [aut.] and Meric Caſaubon [tr.], The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman Emperor
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  • marketplace. 1946, Bertrand Russell, History of Western Philosophy, I.27: Marcus Aurelius is persuaded that God gives every man a special daimon as his guide
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  • 108 CE, Arrian, Discourses of Epictetus 2.15.8 26 CE – 121 CE, Marcus Aurelius, Meditations 8.47 decree 60 BCE – 7 BCE, Dionysius of Halicarnassus
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  • abideth in the light, and there is none occasion of stumbling in him. Marcus Aurelius ...he is harmed who abideth on still in his deception and ignorance
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  • to notice. 1533 John Bourchier (Lord Berners), The Golden Boke of Marcus Aurelius 9: That al thyng be forgiven to theim that be olde and broken, and
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  • Oyster-crying Audience. 1692, Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) [author] and Meric Caſaubon [translator], The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman
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  • is unfairly and intentionally flavoured with vanilla. Confectionery soon disgusts the palate, whether you find it in Marcus Aurelius or Doctor Crane.
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  • 129 CE – 216 CE, Galen, Collected Works 19.529 26 CE – 121 CE, Marcus Aurelius, Meditations 4.48 160 CE – 210 CE, Sextus Empiricus, Against the
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  • inscriptions, they may have been in use from the age of Augustus to that of Marcus Aurelius, or even of Severus. 1864, Thomas John Gullick and John Timbs, Painting
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  • (transitive) To expend; bestow; employ. 1910, Frederick William Bussell, Marcus Aurelius and the Later Stoics - Page 297: Do those who bring into the world
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  • extremely uncommon in antiquity and that this exercise of Marcus Aurelius, praised by [Marcus Cornelius] Fronto for its elegant vocabulary but also criticized
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  • spelling of actor 1692: Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) [aut.] and Meric Caſaubon [tr.], The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman Emperor
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  • Philadelphia. 1913 [1863], Marcus Aurelius, George Long (translator), Matthew Arnold (essay), The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus, G. Bell and
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  • 200 BCE – 118 BCE, Polybius, The Histories 9.12.7 26 CE – 121 CE, Marcus Aurelius, Meditations 4.2 (euphemistically) to have sex 400 BCE – 300 BCE
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  • 68 4th century BC, Eubulus, Collected Works 115 26 CE – 121 CE, Marcus Aurelius, Meditations 3.2 (chiefly in Comic Poets) to gape in eager expectation
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