Calpurnia



flourished 1st century b.c, third wife of Julius Caesar 59–44.
Compare Cornelia (def 2), Pompeia.
Historical Examples

Roads from Rome Anne C. E. Allinson
Nero Jacob Abbott
The Caesars Thomas de Quincey
Roman Women Alfred Brittain
Roads from Rome Anne C. E. Allinson
The Pursuit of the House-Boat John Kendrick Bangs
Mary Anerley R. D. Blackmore
Roads from Rome Anne C. E. Allinson
History of Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt Jacob Abbott
History of Julius Caesar Jacob Abbott

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