Calpurnia   - in ancient sources @

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  Calpurnia   - (fictional) daughter of Marius
101/5 rius sacrifices his daughter Calpurnia to ensure victory against the

  Calpurnia 2   - daughter of L.Piso; wife of Julius Caesar
Wikipedia entry
59/24 Caesar marries Calpurnia.
    Within translations:
NicDam_130.83   and especially his wife Calpurnia, who was terrified by
Obseq_67   have no heart. His wife Calpurnia dreamt that the pediment of
ValMax_1.7.2   For he had heard that Calpurnia the wife of his father

  Calpurnia 3   - wife of Pliny the Younger 
Plinius:Ep_6.4 to her. & Farewell. [4] & To Calpurnia. Never before hav
Plinius:Ep_6.7 hetoric from Smyrna. [7] & To Calpurnia. You say that you
Plinius:Ep_7.5 consul in 40 B.C. [5] & To Calpurnia. You would scarce

  Calpurnia 4   Hispulla - aunt of Pliny’s wife
  + Hispulla
Plinius:Ep_4.1 Farewell. (*) & Calpurnia Hispulla: see letter 19 of
Plinius:Ep_4.19 rum Natura', i.832. [19] & To Calpurnia Hispulla. As you
Plinius:Ep_8.11 joy ! & Farewell. [11] & To Hispulla. When I think of
Plinius:Ep_10.120 lpurnius Fabatus. (†) & Calpurnia Hispulla. [121]

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