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APA Citation

Marcus Aurelius, E. of Rome., Casaubon, M. (1692). The meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman emperor, concerning himself: Treating of natural man's happiness; wherein it consisteth, and of the means to attain unto it. Translated out of the orignial Greek; with notes by Meric Casavbon, D.D. The fifth edition. To which is added, the life of Antoninvs: with some select remarks upon the whole. By Monsieur and Madam Dacier. Never before in English. London: Printed for A. and John Churchill; and Sam. Smith and Tho. Bennet.

MLA Citation

Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180, and Meric Casaubon. The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman Emperor, Concerning Himself: Treating of Natural Man's Happiness; Wherein it Consisteth, And of the Means to Attain Unto It. Translated Out of the Orignial Greek; With Notes by Meric Casavbon, D.D. The Fifth Edition. To Which Is Added, the Life of Antoninvs: With Some Select Remarks Upon the Whole. By Monsieur And Madam Dacier. Never Before In English. London: Printed for A. and John Churchill; and Sam. Smith and Tho. Bennet, 1692.

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