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(RE ‘Antonius’ 115),

daughter of Claudius and Aelia Paetina, married in ad 41 Cn. Pompeius Magnus and afterwards Faustus Cornelius Sulla. Her first husband was put to death by Claudius ...

Subjects: Classical Studies.

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