By Marjorie Lightman
Profiles the lives of ladies from archaic Greece within the 7th century BCE to the autumn of Rome in 476 CE, together with poet Julia Balbilla, Boudicca, Cleopatra III, Sappho, and Eurydice.
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In the political battles around the land bills supported by her grandsons, her son-in-law, Scipio Nasica, emerged as a leader of the conservative faction that assassinated Tiberius. 6 An aprocryphal story about the marriage of the younger Cornelia possibly suggests something of Aemilia’s expectations of her husband. Attending a dinner of senators, Scipio was urged by those present to arrange his daughter’s marriage with Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus. He agreed, and the contract was concluded on the spot.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. O’Donnell, James J. Augustine: A New Biography. New York: HarperCollins, 2005. Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire. Vol. I. Edited by A. H. M. Jones, J. R. Martindale, and J. Morris. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971. Reprinted 1992. p. 33. Yarbrough, Anne. ” Church History 45, no. 2. (June 1976): 149–165. ) Roman: Rome alleged conspirator; convicted adulterer Albucilla, notorious for her many lovers, divorced her one and only husband, Satrius Secundus.
Her intention may well have been to ally herself with a man of suitable background who could and would promote her interests. Gallus was known to be ambitious, and married to Agrippina, he might become the stepfather of an emperor. Tiberius, however, hated Gallus, who had once married his former wife, Vipsania Agrippina. Sejanus harassed Agrippina and fed her belief that the emperor had poisoned her husband. She came to believe that Tiberius intended also to poison her. While dinning with the emperor, she did not eat and when oﬀered some fruit by Tiberius, she instead handed it to her servants.
A to Z of Ancient Greek and Roman Women (A to Z of Women) by Marjorie Lightman