Marcus Aurelius

[aw-ree-lee-uh s, aw-reel-yuh s]

noun

Marcus Annius Verus, a.d. 121–180, Stoic philosopher and writer: emperor of Rome 161–180.

Also called Mar·cus Aure·lius An·to·ni·nus [an-tuh-nahy-nuh s] /ˌæn təˈnaɪ nəs/.

Heliogabalus

[hee-lee-uh-gab-uh-luh s]

noun

Varius Avitus BassianusMarcus Aurelius Antoninus, a.d. 204–222, Roman emperor 218–222.

Antoninus

[an-tuh-nahy-nuh s]

noun

Marcus Aurelius. Marcus Aurelius.
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British Dictionary definitions for marcus aurelius antoninus

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

noun

original name Marcus Annius Verus. 121–180 ad, Roman emperor (161–180) noted particularly for his Meditations, propounding his stoic view of life

Antoninus

noun

Heliogabalus

Elagabalus

noun

original name Varius Avitus Bassianus. ?204–222 ad, Roman emperor (218–222). His reign was notorious for debauchery and extravagance
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Marcus Aurelius

[(aw-ree-lee-uhs)]

A Stoic philosopher and emperor of Rome in the second century a.d. He is best known for his Meditations, a philosophical autobiography that is a classic work of personal writing and a remarkable exposition on Stoicism.

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