- a.d. 16?–59?, mother of the Roman emperor Nero and sister of Caligula.
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Historical Examples of agrippina
To love like this was of the gods, and he had never loved anything so but Agrippina.The Art of Disappearing
John Talbot Smith
The rank and station of Agrippina in Roman society was even higher than that of her husband.
Of course, Agrippina was in a state of great solicitude and apprehension.
The emperor ate the mushrooms, and Agrippina tremblingly awaited the result.
Both these men had long been in the service of Agrippina and of Nero.
- called the Elder. c. 14 bc –33 ad, Roman matron: granddaughter of Augustus, wife of Germanicus, mother of Caligula and Agrippina the Younger
- called the Younger. 15–59 ad, mother of Nero, who put her to death after he became emperor