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The emperor Marcus Antoninus his conversation with himself. : Together with the preliminary discourse of the learned Gataker. As also, the Emperor's life, written by Monsieur D'Acier, and Supported by the Authorities Collected by Dr. Stanhope. To which is added the mythological picture of Cebes the Theban, &c. Translated into English from the respective originals, by Jeremy Collier, M.A. Preview this item
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The emperor Marcus Antoninus his conversation with himself. : Together with the preliminary discourse of the learned Gataker. As also, the Emperor's life, written by Monsieur D'Acier, and Supported by the Authorities Collected by Dr. Stanhope. To which is added the mythological picture of Cebes the Theban, &c. Translated into English from the respective originals, by Jeremy Collier, M.A.

Author: Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome
Publisher: London : Printed for R. Sare, and to be sold by William Davies at the Black-Bull in Cornhil, 1702.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome
OCLC Number: 642217167
Description: 1 online resource ([10], 240,36, cxxv, [3], 241-270, [2] pages) : portrait
Other Titles: Meditations.

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