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Seneca (1) [–0065]

This page covers the author of On the shortness of life.

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Seneca (1) has been aliased into Lucius Annaeus Seneca.

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Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 v.Chr.-65 n.Chr.) was een Romeins schrijver en stoïcijns filosoof. Hij bekleedde belangrijke posities in Rome ten tijde van keizer Nero. Om aan diens intriges te ontkomen trad Seneca terug uit de politiek. Enige jaren later werd hij gedwongen tot zelfmoord.

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