Gaius Marius Victorinus  

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Gaius Marius Victorinus (also known as Victorinus Afer, fourth century) was a Roman grammarian, rhetorician and Neoplatonic philosopher. Victorinus was African by birth and experienced the height of his career during the reign of Constantius II. He is also known for translating 2 of Aristotle's books from ancient Greek into Latin: the Categories and On Interpretation (De Interpretatione).

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