|Author:||Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180.|
|Title:||Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman emperor, his meditations concerning himselfe treating of a naturall mans happinesse; wherein it consisteth, and of the meanes to attaine unto it. Translated out of the originall Greeke; with notes: by Meric Casaubon ...|
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Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman emperor, his meditations concerning himselfe treating of a naturall mans happinesse; wherein it consisteth, and of the meanes to attaine unto it. Translated out of the originall Greeke; with notes: by Meric Casaubon ...
Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180., Casaubon, Meric, 1599-1671,
London: Printed by M. Flesher, for Richard Mynne, in Little Britaine at the signe of S. Paul, M DC XXXIV 
|Alternate titles:||Meditations. English Meditations. M. Aurel. Antoninus his meditations.|
The first leaf is blank.
"Notes upon Antoninus", 46 p. at end.
Running tile reads: M. Aurel. Antoninus his meditations.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
To the most R. Father in God, WILLIAM, BY THE DIVINE Providence, LORD Archbishop of Canterbury, Primat of all England, and Metropolitan, One of the Lo: of his Maties most Honorable privie Coun∣cell; and Chancellor of the Uni∣versity of Oxford My very Ho∣nourable good Lord.
SOME FEVV TESTI∣MONIES CONCERNING ANTONINVS, AND THESE HIS BOOKES.
Out of SVIDAS.
Againe out of the same.
Athenagoras, a Philosopher of Athens, in his Apo∣logie for the Christians addressed unto Marcus Antoninus, and his sonne Commodus, by way of humble Mediation and Intercession.
Iul. Capitol. in vita Marci.
Vulcatius Gallicanus in Avidio Cassio.
Aurelius Victor, in Breviario.
Is. C. Exercit. in Bar. pag. 85.
Canterus Nou. Lect. lib. 7. cap. 1.
TO THE READER.
A DISCOVRSE BY WAY OF PREFACE: Concerning The Vse and Subject of this Booke: The Author ANTONINUS; And this Translation of it.
M. AVREL. ANTONINVS THE ROMANE EMPEROUR, HIS FIRST BOOKE concerning HIMSELFE: Wherein Antoninus recordeth, What and of whom, whether Parents, Friends or Ma∣sters; by their good examples, or good advice and counsell, he had learned: Divided into Numbers, or Sections.
THE SECOND BOOKE.
THE THIRD BOOKE.
THE FOURTH BOOKE.
THE FIFTH BOOKE.
THE SIXTH BOOKE.
THE SEVENTH BOOKE.
THE EIGHTH BOOKE.
THE NINTH BOOKE.
THE TENTH BOOKE.
THE ELEVENTH BOOKE.
THE TWELFTH BOOKE.
NOTES VPON ANTONINVS.
UPON The first Booke.
Notes upon the second Booke.
Cursorie Notes and Illustrations, UPON The X. Bookes that remaine.