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Seneca, Marcus Annaeus

Line breaks: Mar¦cus An|naeus Sen¦eca
Pronunciation: /ˈsɛnɪkə
 
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Definition of Seneca, Marcus Annaeus in English:

( Circa 55 bc-circa 39 ad), Roman rhetorician, born in Spain; known as Seneca the Elder; also called Lucius Annaeus Seneca. Father of Seneca the Younger, he is best known for his works on rhetoric, only parts of which survive.

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