Livia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Livia   (Livia Drusilla) - the wife of the emperor Augustus
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58/11 The birth of Livia, the future wife of Augustus.
40/7 Tiberius Nero and his wife Livia escape from Campania to Sicily.
38/1 Octavianus marries Livia.
38/3 The birth of Drusus, the son of Livia.
35/14 to Rome, where he grants additional honours to Octavia and Livia.
    Within translations:
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   e every year. Julia Augusta and Tiberius Augustus
ElegMaec_2.27 may your Empress Livia be free from anxiety : let a son-
Ovid:Cons_165 ows to gods who are not? Livia moved them not, even Livia,
Ovid:Cons_21 hopes, has perished : undo, Livia, your undeserving loc
Ovid:Cons_329 station ; bear your burden, Livia, to the end. You draw
Ovid:Cons_41 self. Forsooth, if Livia alone had been immune from grief,
Ovid:Cons_411 our consort and of your son, O Livia, you did survive. Ref
Ovid:Cons_469 it becomes not your house, O Livia, to mourn.

  Livia   - in documents
CIL_1.379 Given by Mania Curia and Pola Livia. CIL_1 .375 Latin


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