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  Seneca the Younger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Córdoba, Spain, Seneca was the second son of Helvia and Marcus (Lucius) Annaeus Seneca, a wealthy rhetorician known as Seneca the Elder.
Seneca's older brother, Gallio, became proconsul at Achaia (where he encountered the apostle Paul about AD Seneca was uncle to the poet Lucan, by his younger brother, Annaeus Mela.
In 65, Seneca was accused of being involved in a plot to murder Nero, the Pisonian conspiracy.
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 Seneca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marcus (or Lucius) Annaeus Seneca also called 'rhetor', Roman orator and father of Seneca the philosopher and dramatist.
Lucius Annaeus Seneca, also called 'the younger', 'philosophus' or 'tragicus', son of Seneca the Elder, Roman philosopher and playwright, ordered to commit suicide by Nero
Seneca Army Depot in Seneca County, New York
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 Seneca's Career and Works
Lucius Annaeus Seneca, the most brilliant figure of his time, was the second son of the great rhetorician of that name, and, like him, a native of Corduba in Spain.
Seneca is one of the most eminent among the Latin writers of the silver age, and in a special sense their representative, not least because he was the originator of a false style.
Seneca had the wit to discover that conduct, which is, after all, "three-forths of life," could furnish inexhaustible topics of abiding and universal interest, far superior to the imaginary themes discussed in the schools of philosophy.
www.theatrehistory.com /ancient/seneca001.html   (864 words)

  
 Lucius Annaeus Seneca - Philosopher - Biography
Early in life, Seneca went to Rome with his Aunt, who was wife to the prefect Gaius Galerius, and there he was educated in philosophy in the school of the Sextii.
Seneca considered himself to be a Stoic, although his personal life seems to contradict the noble attitude of his texts.
Seneca's works were studied by Augustin, Jerome, and Boethius, and were included in anthologies used in the Middle Ages.
www.egs.edu /resources/seneca.html   (828 words)

  
 Seneca - Crystalinks
Seneca was also the author of a lost historical work, containing the history of Rome from the beginning of the civil wars almost down to his own death, after which it was published by his son.
Born in Cordoba, Hispania (in modern Spain), Seneca was the second son of Helvia and Marcus (Lucius) Annaeus Seneca, a wealthy rhetorician known as Seneca the Elder.
Seneca was uncle to the poet Lucan, by his younger brother, Annaeus Mela.
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 Seneca, the younger, c.3 B.C.-A.D. 65, Roman philosopher, dramatist, and statesman. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth ...
Seneca, the younger, c.3 B.C.-A.D. 65, Roman philosopher, dramatist, and statesman.
In the first years of Nero’s reign Seneca was virtual ruler with Afranius Burrus, and their influence on the emperor was probably for the best.
Seneca was a Stoic, and his writings show a high, unselfish nobility considerably at variance with his own life, in which greed, expediency, and even connivance at murder figured.
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 Seneca Cigarettes - Seneca of New York Tobacco - Seneca Full Flavor Cigarettes
Seneca Lights Premium Cigarettes are available in both the 100 mm and 85 mm King sizes, have 10 packs in a carton and 20 cigarettes in a pack.
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Seneca Menthol Premium Cigarettes are available in both the 100 mm and 85 mm King sizes, have 10 packs in a carton and 20 cigarettes in a pack.
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 Seneca articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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In W Pennsylvania she was captured (1758) by a French and Indian War party, taken to Fort Duquesne, and given to two Seneca women, who adopted her.
Seneca Falls, N.Y. He studied in New York City with William Merritt Chase, and spent most of his life on Cape Cod.
www.encyclopedia.com /articles/11686.html   (463 words)

  
 Ancient History Sourcebook: Tacitus: The Death of Seneca
Tacitus: The Death of Seneca, 65 CE Seneca had been a friend and confidant of Nero, but, esevtually was susepcted by Nero of plotting against him.
Seneca replied that Natalis had been sent to him and had complained to him in Piso's name because of his refusal to see Piso, upon which he excused himself on the ground of failing health and the desire of rest.
Seneca, as his aged frame, attenuated by frugal diet, allowed the blood to escape but slowly, severed also the veins of his legs and knees.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/tacitus-ann15a.html   (923 words)

  
 SENECA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE..... HELPING SENECA GROW....   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Seneca Chamber of Commerce has become a unified group of business men and women who take active roles in promoting the economic and social development in Seneca.
The Seneca Chamber of Commerce has taken great strides this year to accomplish many goals which were set forth.
The Seneca Chamber of Commerce has become more attentive to the business of Seneca and continually are seeking new ideas and ways to help assure that those businesses succeed in this ever competitive market.
www.senecamo.org   (607 words)

  
 Seneca Philosophy: Truth Reality of Famous Roman Stoic Philosopher Seneca. Quotations Seneca
Seneca was a Roman Stoic philosopher who lived 3 B.C. to 65 A.D. The philosophy of Seneca is refreshingly simple, sensible and virtuous - an obvious contrast to most modern abstract philosophy.
Seneca adopted a political career, and was moderately successful when he was banished to Corsica (A.D. 41) by the Emperor Claudius, because he had incurred the enmity of the Empress Messalina.
Seneca was judged, in future ages, rather by his admirable precepts than by his somewhat dubious practice.
www.spaceandmotion.com /Philosophy-Seneca.htm   (3895 words)

  
 Seneca Indians - Tribal History
The Seneca were the largest of the 5 tribes which comprised the Iroquois League or the Five Nations.
The Seneca were also great conquerors, highly skilled at warfare, and having been given guns by the Dutch colonists, were fierce adversaries to any other tribe who tried to resist their takeover.
The Ohio Seneca were just a few of the many tribes who had been oppressed by the Iroquois, most had not been so lucky, having been taken over, and integrated into Iroquois society; a clever way of ensuring that the remnants of the tribes they had conquered would not rise up against them.
www.senecaindians.com /seneca_tribal.htm   (854 words)

  
 Seneca Indians - Historical American Indian Resource
The Seneca were on of the most important tribes in the Iroquois League of 6 Nations; they were a proud people, a conquering tribe who let nothing stand in the way of their tribal expansion.
Several key historical figures were Seneca Indians, the most notable being Red Jacket, a great orator and wise man, famous for his quotes.
We have also added a discussion board so that you may exchange comments, ideas, and information; whether it be about your ancestry, or news about the current events which concern you, feel free to share your thoughts.
www.senecaindians.com   (248 words)

  
 Seneca Creek State Park
The Seneca Schoolhouse, located on Route 190 west of Seneca, is a restored 19th century one-room schoolhouse, originally built for children of the Seneca Sandstone quarries along the Potomac River.
Seneca and Patuxent: Hunting not permitted between the close of Spring Turkey Season and September 1.
Join the Seneca Creek State Park Friends Of Group and support your park.
www.dnr.state.md.us /publiclands/central/seneca.html   (1038 words)

  
 Seneca Missouri - www.senecamo.com - In Seneca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Seneca is bisected by two natural waterways - a great place for kids (and adults) to play and fish.
Local government consists of your neighbors and friends who are willing to contribute their time and expertise to insure Seneca retains the small town qualities.
Withing a short travelling distance, major hospitals, modern malls, cultural activities, sports events, technical schools and schools of higher education are all available.
www.senecamo.com   (111 words)

  
 The Onodowahgah: Seneca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Seneca are known as the Elder Brothers, which has significance when the Grand Council of Chiefs, composed of all fifty chiefs of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, meet to discuss matters of importance to the entire Confederacy.
The Seneca wear their eagle feather in an upright position, whereas, the Cayuga wear, in their gustoweh, their eagle feather in an downward tilted position.
One of the many jobs of the Clan Mothers, who are the female leaders, is to raise (to bring forth) a new chief from her clan, when one passes on or is removed.
www.peace4turtleisland.org /pages/seneca.htm   (733 words)

  
 Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry - Seneca Falls, NY
The Seneca Museum celebrates historic Seneca Falls, Seneca County, and the Finger Lakes region of central New York State.
The Museum illustrates how the Seneca River and the Cayuga-Seneca Canal powered the rise of industry and fostered cultural development, helping to spread social reform movements.
Bounded east and west by the two largest of the Finger Lakes, Seneca County's people live harmoniously with the County's greatest natural beauty.
www.senecamuseum.com   (217 words)

  
 Seneca State Forest - West Virginia State Parks
Oldest of West Virginia's state forests, Seneca borders the beautiful Greenbrier River in Pocahontas County.
The forest offers pioneer guest cabins; a four(4) acre lake for trout, bass and bluegill fishing; a small campground and 11,684 acres of lush woodlands for hiking, hunting or communing with nature.
Seneca's large size and modest development make it a great place to find peace and solitude.
www.senecastateforest.com   (98 words)

  
 Seneca Cigarette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
After nearly two hours of debate, the seneca cigarette House voted 55-52 to send the seneca cigarette proposal back to committee, killing it.
S.C. David McNamara, the seneca cigarette group's lawyer, said his case was bolstered...
Officials in Seneca County say they filed the lawsuit yesterday in state...
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 Hobart and William Smith Colleges :: Academic Community: Seneca Review
Seneca Review, founded in 1970 by James Crenner and Ira Sadoff and edited since 1982 by Deborah Tall, is published twice yearly, spring and fall, by Hobart and William Smith Colleges Press.
In 1997, Seneca Review began publishing the "lyric essay," creative nonfiction that borders on poetry, under the associate editorship of John D'Agata.
Library Journal praises Seneca Review for "a thoughtful, considered view that one rarely finds anywhere else." Editor Deborah Tall won a citation from CCLM for "excellence of editorial vision." Poems from Seneca Review are regularly honored by inclusion in The Best American Poetry and Pushcart Prize anthologies.
www.hws.edu /senecareview   (431 words)

  
 Seneca Tank- Supplier of truck tanks, fuel delivery trucks, liquid transport trucks, water tanks, delivery tanks and ...
WHAT'S NEW AT Seneca Tank is an international supplier of new petroleum tank trucks &, transports, truck tank parts, used tank trucks and trailers.
Seneca Tank is a family owned business with over 26 years of service.
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 seneca falls
The proceedings in Seneca Falls, followed a few days later by a meeting in Rochester, brought forth a torrent of sarcasm and ridicule from the press and pulpit.
In 1851 she met temperance worker Susan B. Anthony, and shortly the two would be joined in the long struggle to secure the vote for women.
When national victory came in 1920, seventy-two years after the first organized demand in 1848, only one signer of the Seneca Falls Declaration-Charlotte Woodward, a young worker in a glove manufactory -had lived long enough to cast her ballot.
www.npg.si.edu /col/seneca/senfalls1.htm   (803 words)

  
 Home Page, Town of West Seneca, New York, USA
West Seneca Veteran's Real Property Tax Exemption Form You will need Adobe's Acrobat® Reader to view and print the West Seneca Veteran's Exemption form in PDF format.
West Seneca Senior-Star and/or Local Senior Citizen's Exemption Form You will need Adobe's Acrobat® Reader to view and print the West Seneca Senior-Star Exemption form in PDF format.
West Seneca Partial Tax Exemption for Real Property of Persons with Disabilities and Limited Incomes Form You will need Adobe's Acrobat® Reader to view and print the West Seneca Disabilities and Limited Incomes form in PDF format.
www.westseneca.net   (1874 words)

  
 Seneca Caverns, Largest Caverns in West Virginia: Go WebSite Live™
We encourage that everyone bring their own lawn chair for their comfort due to the fact that we do not have seating available.
Our famous "Seneca Caverns Restaurant", will be open with full service.
If you visit "Seneca Caverns" or "Stratosphere Caverns", we will take $1.00 off of your golf ticket, your cost will then be $3.00 to mini-golf.
www.senecacaverns.com   (498 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Stoic Philosophy of Seneca Essays and Letters: Books: Seneca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Seneca's one hundred and twenty four letters to Lucilius constitute a secular bible, an ethical catechism written in a gnomic and epigrammatic style that sparkles as it enlightens.
So impressed were the early church fathers with Seneca's moral insights that they advanced (fabricated?) the speculation that he must have come within the influence of Christian teachings.
T.S. Eliot sneers at Seneca's boyish, commonplace wisdom and points out that the resemblances between Seneca's 'stoic philosophy' and Christianity are superficial.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0393004597?v=glance   (694 words)

  
 Welcome to the Seneca Hotel
The Seneca Hotel and Suites is an intimate escape, just a block off Michigan Avenue…Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.
The Seneca is exceptional for all that Chicago has to offer.
Whether you’re planning a vacation, weekend getaway, or a business or convention trip, The Seneca Hotel and Suites is the place to be…in Chicago.
www.senecahotel.com   (125 words)

  
 Seneca
All Scout Troops from Seneca District are welcome to attend the Spring Camporee for Seneca District.
The Annual Seneca District Pinewood Derby and Mall Show was held at the Northway Mall on February 4.
A full year of training is available from Seneca for Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, Committee members and Cubmasters.
www.gpc-bsa.org /districts/seneca   (979 words)

  
 Seneca, South Carolina SC
Seneca, South Carolina SC Seneca South Carolina SC
Seneca is located in Oconee County, which forms the northwestern tip of South Carolina and borders both Georgia and North Carolina.
Seneca is an Iroquois Indian word, and "Seneca City" was founded in 1873 at the point where two railroad lines connecting Atlanta and Charlotte crossed.
www.sciway.net /city/seneca.html   (168 words)

  
 Seneca Reference,
The Seneca Indians lived for centuries in the western third of New York State, being one of the Five Nations that formed the League of the Iroquois.
Today about 1,000 Senecas live on two reservations in western New York—the Cattaraugus Reservation near the town of Irving, and the Allegany Reservation near Salamanca.
The Seneca language belongs to the Iroquoian family.
www.worldlanguage.com /Languages/Seneca.htm   (216 words)

  
 Seneca Language - Ohwejagehka Hadegaenage
The Seneca Nation is one of the "older brothers" of the Iroquois Confederacy and are known as the "People of the Great Mountain" and are "Keepers of the Western Door".
The Seneca's originally lived between the Genesee River and Canandaigua Lake in what is now, Western New York State.
The Seneca's have eight clans, Turtle, Bear, Wolf, Snipe, Hawk, Heron, Beaver and Deer.
www.ohwejagehka.com /seneca   (92 words)

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