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Seneca, Lucius Annaeus

Syllabification: Sen·e·ca, Lucius Annaeus
Pronunciation: /ˈsenəkə
 
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( Circa 4 bc- ad 65), Roman statesman, philosopher, and playwright; known as Seneca the Younger. Son of Seneca the Elder, he became tutor to Nero in 49 and was appointed consul in 57. His Epistulae Morales is a notable Stoic work.

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