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  • domed form it retains to this day. Marcus Aurelius (161-180 CE) The last of the "Five Good Emperors", Marcus Aurelius was also one of the great philosophers
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  • "instruction and example to the young" and into public opinion. He quotes Marcus Aurelius in comfirming his belief that we should not dwell on past sins of history
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  • Marcus Cornelius Fronto in the 2nd century AD: Fronto imagines the Iberians (the ancestors of the Georgians) addressing the emperor Marcus Aurelius in
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  • same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present." --Marcus Aurelius Antoninus "The best way to predict the future is to invent it." -Theodore
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  • favourably viewed as behaving like good rulers, like Augustus Caesar or Marcus Aurelius, and not like bad Roman emperors, like Caligula or Commodus. The difference
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  • In 161, the Roman Emperor Antonius was succeeded by his adopted son Marcus Aurelius. Taking advantage of the presence of a minor on the throne of Rome
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  • Seneca (4 BCE-65 CE), Roman philosopher, statesman, and dramatist. Marcus Aurelius (121-180 CE), Roman Emperor and author of the Meditations, a literary
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  • power of the soul to maintain its own serenity and tranquility. . .” Marcus Aurelius Natur, adjective (formaliter) genommen, bedeutet den Zusammenhang
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  • throughout the Roman World until 180 CE (the death of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius and the succession of his despotic son, Commodus). Although the Roman
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  • into the generation after. Epictetus' works influenced Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (Evans, 291). (3.22.98) "If you censure others while you are hiding
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  • of the ages (Marcus 499). The second kind is a sign that proves the authority or authenticates the one of whom the sign is demanded (Marcus 499). The sign
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