Everything took place as arranged, except that the misguided Tarpeia received much more than she had bargained for.
And at last Tarpeia made a bargain, to betray her city to them.
The Tarpeian Rock received its name from the ancient story of Tarpeia.
Tarpeia buried under the shields and bracelets wasn't in it with us!
His praise had always been like the warriors' shields clanging over poor Tarpeia,—precious, but too crushing.
Shall we be buried under them like Tarpeia under the Sabine shields?
I read about that rock, and about Tarpeia, in a history in America, and I want to see how the rock looks.
Coming from the mouth of the perjured Tarpeia they were of course winged with point unmistakable.
There was once a girl named Tarpeia, whose father was guard of the outer gate of the citadel of Rome.
Imagine the man smothered under stacks of perfumed notes, as Tarpeia was under the shields and bracelets!