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PRELOVED Meditations
By Marcus Aurelius
Format: Pocket Paperback
Penguin 60s
85 pages

This book is secondhand! It has been read!
Condition is very good. Pages are yellowing

The classic work of literature in which the second century Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius set out his thoughts on life and death.

Marcus Aurelius was emperor of Rome from 161AD to his death in 180, during which time he witnessed the gradual crumbling of the Roman frontiers, as well as famines and plagues. He turned more and more to the study of Stoic philosophy and, while staying in the Danube region, wrote down the reflections now known as his Meditations which reveal a mind of great humanity and natural humility. A selection of those meditations is now contained in this volume. Marcus Aurelius, in full Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus, original name (until 161 CE) Marcus Annius Verus, (born April 26, 121 CE, Rome [Italy]—died March 17, 180, Vindobona [Vienna, Austria] or Sirmium, Pannonia), Roman emperor (161–180 CE), best known for his Meditations on Stoic philosophy. Marcus Aurelius has symbolized for many generations in the West the Golden Age of the Roman Empire.

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