Agrippa

Agrippa

[uh-grip-uh]
noun
Marcus Vipsanius [vip-sey-nee-uhs] , 63–12 b.c, Roman statesman, general, and engineer: defeated Antony and Cleopatra at Actium.
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Agrippa (əˈɡrɪpə)
 
n
Marcus Vipsanius (ˈmɑːkəs vɪpˈseɪnɪəs). 63--12 bc, Roman general: chief adviser and later son-in-law of Augustus

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agrippa

ancient Greek philosophical skeptic. He is famous for his formulation of the five tropes, or grounds for the suspension of judgment, that summarize the method of argument of Greek skeptics generally

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