Marcus Aurelius was the emperor of Rome from 161 to 180 AD and whose reign saw the beginnings of the decline of the empire. He authored twelve books compiled into The Meditations which conveyed a strong stoic philosophy. This was first printed in 1550 from a manuscript that has since been lost, but which was known to have been written in Greek.
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