Cornelia

(lived 2nd century BC) Mother of the Roman reformers Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus (whom she described as `her jewels`) and daughter of Scipio Africanus Major who defeated the Carthaginian Hannibal 202. Her daugher...
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Cornelia

(died c. 69 BC) Daughter of the Roman politician Lucius Cornelius Cinna, and first wife of Julius Caesar, by whom she had a daughter, Julia, Caesar's only (legitimate) child. ...
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Cornelia

(from the article `Caesar, Julius`) In 84 Caesar committed himself publicly to the radical side by marrying Cornelia, a daughter of Lucius Cornelius Cinna, a noble who was Marius` ...
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Cornelia

highly cultured mother of the late 2nd-century Roman reformers Tiberius and Gaius Sempronius Gracchus.
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Cornelia

Cornelia (kôrnēl'yu) , fl. 2d cent. B.C., Roman matron, daughter of Scipio Africanus Major. She was the wife of Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus and mother of the Gracchi. She refused to remarry after her husband's death, devoting herself to her children, whom she educated well and inspi...
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Cornelia

Cornelia was the daughter of Publius Scipio Africanus, and the wife of Sempronius Gracchus whom she married in 169 BC. She was renowned for her pride in her sons who were reformers.
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Cornelia

Cornelia is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Cornelia

[gens] The gens Cornelia was one of the most distinguished Roman gentes, and produced a greater number of illustrious men than any other house at Rome. The first of this gens to achieve the consulship was Servius Cornelius Cossus Maluginensis, who held that office in 485 BC. The gens was a major contributor to the highest offices of the Rep...
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Cornelia

[wife of Aemilius Paullus] Cornelia (around 54-16 BC) was the daughter of Scribonia and a consular Publius Cornelius Scipio. She married the censor Lucius Aemilius Paullus, with whom she had three children. Their first son Lucius Aemilius Paullus, born c. 37 BC married his cousin Julia the Younger and their second son Marcus Aemilius Lepidu...
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Cornelia

Cornelia is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `Horn-colored, Horn blower` The name Cornelia is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. The chances are 100 times greater that girls are called Cornelia there. Use for the other sex: Cornelius What do they use in other countries? Neel The name sounds like: Carnyella, Carniella, Carniela See also: ...
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