Seneca   - in ancient sources @

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  Seneca   (L. Annaeus Seneca) - Latin author, and tutor of the emperor Nero
Wikipedia entry
Hieron:Chron_2029   the philosopher and teacher of Seneca, was in his prime.
Plin:HN_6.60   is smaller than the Ganges. Seneca also, who among our own
Plinius:Ep_5.3   lus, Gaetulicus, Annaeus Seneca, Lucan, and, last of all,
Polyaen_8.62.1   picharis. Piso and Seneca were accused of a conspiracy aga

  Seneca 2   (M. Annaeus Seneca) - rhetorician, during the reign of Augustus
Wikipedia entry
30/51 Seneca the Elder and Latro are students of the rhetorician Marullus.
Suasoriae,- SENECA THE ELDER, Suasoriae

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