Calpurnia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- (fictional) daughter of Marius
rius sacrifices his daughter Calpurnia to ensure victory against the
- daughter of L.Piso; wife of Julius Caesar
→ Wikipedia entry
Caesar marries Calpurnia.
and especially his wife Calpurnia, who was terrified by
have no heart. His wife Calpurnia dreamt that the pediment of
For he had heard that Calpurnia the wife of his father
- wife of Pliny the Younger
to her. & Farewell.  & To Calpurnia. Never before hav
hetoric from Smyrna.  & To Calpurnia. You say that you
consul in 40 B.C.  & To Calpurnia. You would scarce
Hispulla - aunt of Pliny’s wife
Farewell. (*) & Calpurnia Hispulla: see letter 19 of
rum Natura', i.832.  & To Calpurnia Hispulla. As you
joy ! & Farewell.  & To Hispulla. When I think of
lpurnius Fabatus. (†) & Calpurnia Hispulla. 
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