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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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