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Lep·i·dus

 (lĕp′ĭ-dəs), Marcus Aemilius Died 13 bc.
Roman leader. He was a member of the triumvirate with Augustus and Mark Antony (43-36 bc).
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Lepidus

(ˈlɛpɪdəs)
n
(Biography) Marcus Aemilius (ˈmɑːkəs iːˈmɪlɪəs). died ?13 bc, Roman statesman: formed the Second Triumvirate with Octavian (later Augustus) and Mark Antony
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Lep•i•dus

(ˈlɛp ɪ dəs)

n.
Marcus Aemilius, died 13 B.C., Roman politician: member of the second triumvirate.
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References in classic literature ?
Preliminary information about 'Sejanus:' Of the characters in the play the following are patriots, opposed to Sejanus: Agrippina, Drusus, the three boys, Arruntius, Silius, Sabinus, Lepidus, Cordus, Gallus, Regulus.
Comparative ecology of the mottled rock rattlesnake, Crotalus lepidus, in Big Bend National Park.
This phase ultimately came to an end after Octavian and Antony joined forces with Lepidus to form the Second Triumvirate.
However, the simulation overestimated these common species by at least three steps: Agrostis diegoensis, Carex limnophila, Hypochaeris radicata, Lupinus lepidus, Racomitrium sp.
Differences between the k means and classical agglomerative clustering procedures concern species such as Pterostichus lepidus, Cicindela campestris, Carabus nemoralis, and Amara aulica, which are present in at least two habitat groups and are generally located at the cluster's border.
Once Pompey, made an ally, serves the triumvirate's purposes, Caesar moves against him, then against Lepidus, the weaker of Caesar's co-rulers, and finally against Antony.
His desertion of Fulvia's memory in 40, and, much later, of Lepidus, Sextus Pompey, and Octavia, produced significant political gains.
During primary succession on volcanic substrates, Morris and Wood (1989) measured both interfering and facilitating mechanisms by which Lupinus lepidus interacted with secondary invaders, but they concluded that the net effect of lupine was facilitative.
Cicero had made an enemy of Caesar's adopted son Octavian, and, when the triumvirate of Octavian, Antony, and Lepidus was formed at the end of October 43, Cicero was executed.
against Caesar's actions against Pompey, Lepidus," and Antony (64).
[35.] Chambers CV, Balaban DJ, Lepidus Carlson B, Ungemack JA, Grasberger DM.