Agrippina the Younger  

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The Remorse of Nero After the Murder of His Mother (1878) by John William Waterhouse Background: In AD 59, the Roman Emperor Nero is said to have ordered the murder of his mother Agrippina the Younger
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The Remorse of Nero After the Murder of His Mother (1878) by John William Waterhouse
Background: In AD 59, the Roman Emperor Nero is said to have ordered the murder of his mother Agrippina the Younger

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Julia Agrippina; known as Agrippina Minor (Minor Latin for the ‘younger’, Classical Latin: IVLIA•AGRIPPINA; from the year 50, called IVLIA•AVGVSTA•AGRIPPINA, Greek: η Ιουλία Αγριππίνη, born November 6, CE 15; died between March 19 and March 23, 59) was a Roman Empress. She was a great-granddaughter of the Emperor Augustus; great-niece and adoptive granddaughter of the Emperor Tiberius; sister to the Emperor Caligula; niece and wife of the Emperor Claudius; and mother of the Emperor Nero.




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