Roman Emperor - Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus was a Stoic philosopher and Roman emperor. His philosophical writings are known as the Meditations. He was considered the last of the five good emperors and was succeeded by his son the infamous Roman emperor Commodus.
Picture and brief identification of the last of the five good emperors.
Marcus Aurelius Meditations, Introduction
The etext of the introduction to a public domain translation of the Meditations of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius.
Chronological list of Greek and Roman philosophers and mathematicians with dates.
Eutropius: The Reign of Marcus Aurelius
Ancient History Sourcebook passage of Eurtropius on the reign of Marcus Aurelius. Mentions that Plutarch's grandson taught Marcus Aurelius Greek.
Of the Constitution of the Roman Empire Age of the Antonines
Section of Edward Gibbon's The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire In The West relevant to the reign of Marcus Aurelius.
Stemmata of the good emperors
The family tree of the good emperors is loosely connected through marriage. The emperors on its branches are Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Lucius Verus, Marcus Aurelius, Antoninus Pius and Commodus.