Vestal   - in ancient sources @

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  Vestal   Virgins - priestesses of Vesta at Rome
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278/35 A Vestal Virgin is found to have been seduced, and is put to death.
273/14 The punishment of Sextilia, a Vestal Virgin.
265/24 The punishment of Caparronia, a Vestal Virgin.
236/10 Tuccia, a Vestal Virgin, is put to death for breaking her vows
215/42 Some Vestal virgins are buried alive.
184/16 mus P.Crassus punishes a Vestal Virgin for carelessness in guarding
143/14 with the support of his daughter Claudia, who is a Vestal virgin
114/19 The Vestal virgin Aemilia is found guilty of breaking her vow of
114/20 The Vestal virgin Licinia is acquitted after speeches by L.Crassus
113/4 to head an enquiry into the Vestal Virgins, and condemns Marcia,
73/39 na is accused of defiling a Vestal called Fabia, but he is acquitte
55/43a Plotius of an improper relationship with the Vestal virgin Licinia
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_160 defended the [Vestal] virgin Licinia, when he was only
Cic:Brut_236 but in the trial of the Vestals, he again recovered it
CIL_6.1272 . . .]; led the Vestal [Virgins] to Caere, [when
Ennius:Ann_474 punishment of Minucia, a Vestal virgin : Ennius - since
Hieron:Chron_1752 iance with them. A Vestal Virgin at Rome was condemned for
Hieron:Chron_1781 [1780 in Ar.] A Vestal Virgin at Rome was defiled by
Hieron:Chron_1802 41.2 . [1802] Some Vestal Virgins were buried alive at Rom
Plinius:Ep_4.11 rnelia, the chief of the Vestal Virgins, as he thought to
Plinius:Ep_7.19 ursing Junia, one of the Vestal Virgins, a duty she undert
Schol:Bob_85 ich are performed by the Vestal virgins and the the most

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