'Celia' can also refer to...


Celia Amorós Puente (b. 1944)

Celia Applegate

Celia Bizony (1904—1987)

Celia Bryce

Celia Cruz (1925—2003)

Celia De Fréine (b. 1948)

Celia Eggeling

Celia Fiennes (1662—1741) traveller

Celia Franca (1921—2007) ballet dancer, choreographer, and ballet director

Celia Hoyles (b. 1946)

Celia Levetus (c. 1819—1873) writer

Celia Lipton (b. 1923)

Celia Szusterman

Celia Thaxter (1835—1894)

Celia Valiente

Dame Celia Johnson (1908—1982) actress

David Celia


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(Haydn: La fedeltà premiata). Sop. Beloved of Felino, threatened with being sacrificed by the evil priest Melibeo who tries to force her marriage to various gentlemen. Felino attacks the monster and the goddess Diana blesses his union with Celia. Created (1781) by Maria Jermoli.

Subjects: Opera.

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