Vestal - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Virgins - priestesses of Vesta at Rome
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A Vestal Virgin is found to have been seduced, and is put to death.
The punishment of Sextilia, a Vestal Virgin.
The punishment of Caparronia, a Vestal Virgin.
Tuccia, a Vestal Virgin, is put to death for breaking her vows
Some Vestal virgins are buried alive.
mus P.Crassus punishes a Vestal Virgin for carelessness in guarding
with the support of his daughter Claudia, who is a Vestal virgin
The Vestal virgin Aemilia is found guilty of breaking her vow of
The Vestal virgin Licinia is acquitted after speeches by L.Crassus
to head an enquiry into the Vestal Virgins, and condemns Marcia,
na is accused of defiling a Vestal called Fabia, but he is acquitte
Plotius of an improper relationship with the Vestal virgin Licinia
defended the [Vestal] virgin Licinia, when he was only
but in the trial of the Vestals, he again recovered it
. . .]; led the Vestal [Virgins] to Caere, [when
punishment of Minucia, a Vestal virgin : Ennius - since
iance with them. A Vestal Virgin at Rome was condemned for
[1780 in Ar.] A Vestal Virgin at Rome was defiled by
41.2 .  Some Vestal Virgins were buried alive at Rom
rnelia, the chief of the Vestal Virgins, as he thought to
ursing Junia, one of the Vestal Virgins, a duty she undert
ich are performed by the Vestal virgins and the the most
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