Sempronia   - in ancient sources @

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  Sempronia   - the wife of Scipio Aemilianus
Wikipedia entry
Oros_5.10   murdered by his wife Sempronia, a sister of the
Schol:Bob_118   .Gracchus himself and his wife Sempronia. Scipio was fifty
ValMax_3.8.6   and directs. And therefore, O Sempronia, sister of Ti. and C.

  Sempronia 2   - the wife of Decimus Brutus
Wikipedia entry
63/3 Catilina gains the support of Sempronia and other women.

  Sempronia   - in documents
CIL_6.26192 10 ft. CIL_6.26192 Latin Text Sempronia Moschis. F

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