Atia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- niece of Julius Caesar, and mother of the emperor Augustus
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persuaded by his mother Atia that he should not go to Africa wit
The death of Atia, the mother of Octavianus.
brought up by his mother Atia and her husband Lucius Phili
on the city, his mother Atia and Philippus quietly sent
found that his mother Atia was opposed he said nothing
succeed in persuading Atia at all, nor her sister, to
aesar had enjoined Atia, the youth's mother, to take charg
 His mother Atia, when she saw the glory of fortune
do. Philippus and Atia his mother came also, at a loss
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