Lucretia

[Casali] Lucretia is an oil on canvas painting by the Italian Rococo artist Andrea Casali, completed c. 1750. ...
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Lucretia

[gens] The gens Lucretia was a prominent family of the Roman Republic. Originally patrician, the gens later included a number of plebeian families. The Lucretii were one of the most ancient gentes, and the wife of Numa Pompilius, the second King of Rome, was named Lucretia. The first of the Lucretii to obtain the consulship was Spurius Lucr...
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Lucretia

[Veronese] Lucretia is a painting by Paolo Veronese from circa 1585. ...
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Lucretia

a woman from Roman legend who was renowned for her virtue; Lucretia was the wife of Collatinus and lived during the end of the Roman monarchy; the king Sextus Tarquin (Tarquin the Proud) desired Lucretia from the first time he saw her and sought to meet her when her husband was absent; he then threatened her life and raped her; after Lucretia told ...
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Lucretia

In Roman legend, the wife of Collatinus, said to have committed suicide after being raped by Sextus, son of ...
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Lucretia

In Roman legend, the wife of Collatinus, said to have committed suicide after being raped by Sextus, son of Tarquinius Superbus, the last king of Rome. According to tradition, this incident led to the dethronement of Tarquinius and the establishment of the Roman Republic in 509 BC
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Lucretia

In Roman legendary history, Lucretia was a lady of distinguished virtue who was raped by Sextus, son of Tarquinius Superbus, king of Rome. She stabbed herself, and her death was the signal for a revolution, by which the Tarqulns were expelled from Rome and a republic formed.
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Lucretia

legendary heroine of ancient Rome. According to tradition, she was the beautiful and virtuous wife of the nobleman Lucius Tarquinius Collatinus. Her ... [2 related articles]
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