Licinia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Roman woman, accused of murdering her husband, 2nd century B.C.
Publicia and Licinia are put to death on suspicion of having murdered
- a Vestal Virgin, accused of breaking her vows, 114 B.C.
shrine dedicated by the vestal Licinia is not properly consecrated.
The Vestal virgin Licinia is acquitted after a speech by L.Crassus.
into the Vestal Virgins, and condemns Marcia, Licinia, and others.
nded the [Vestal] virgin Licinia, when he was only twenty-
- another Vestal Virgin, first century B.C.
Plotius of an improper relationship with the Vestal virgin Licinia.
- the daughter of L.Crassus, and wife of P.Scipio Nasica
Crassus, the son of that Licinia, who was adopted by Crass
- a city in Cappadocia, founded by the Romans
and founded the city of Licinia by the border of Mithrida
- in documents
(c. 45) eria, Caecilia, Scribonia, Licinia, Fulvia, Saluta
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