Seneca   

Lucius Annaeus Seneca (around -4 – around 65)

Also called Seneca the younger (better known that his father, Seneca the Elder). He was the uncle of the famous Ancient-Roman poet Lucan.
As a playwright, his tragedies were widely read in medieval and Renaissance Europe. They influenced Shakespeare and other English Elizabeth-era playwrights, as well as France's Corneille and Racine

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