Antoninus (121180)

Antoninus (Antoni`nus) , Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor, successor to the following, and who surpassed him in virtue, being also of the Stoic school and one of its most exemplary disciples, was surnamed the “philosopher,” and has left in his “Meditations” a record of his religious and moral principles (121180).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Antoni`nus, Itinerary of * Antoni`nus Pius
Antiseptics
Antis`thenes
Anti-Taurus
Antium
Antiva`ri
Antofagas`ta
Antommar`chi
Antonelli, Cardinal
Antonel`lo
Antoni`nus, Itinerary of
Antoni`nus
Antoni`nus Pius
Antoni`nus, Wall of
Anto`nius, Marcus
Anto`nius, Marcus
An`tony, St.
Antony of Padua
Antraigues, Count d'
Ant`rim
Antwerp
Anu`bis

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