Porcia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Porcia   - the daughter of Cato, and wife of Brutus
Wikipedia entry
45/30 Brutus marries Porcia.
44/27 Porcia stabs herself to prove her loyalty to her husband Brutus.
42/43 Porcia, the widow of Brutus, commits suicide.
    Within translations:
Cic:Att_15.11   tulla [wife of Cassius], Porcia [wife of Brutus] and a lot
Polyaen_8.32.1   lso: Plutarch, Publ.19] [32] Porcia. Porcia, the daughte
ValMax_4.6.5   revere your chaste fires, O Porcia, daughter of M. Cato. When

Porciasee Basilica

Porciasee Lex

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