[ pom-pee-uh, -pey-uh ]
/ pɒmˈpi ə, -ˈpeɪ ə /
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flourished 1st century b.c., second wife of Julius Caesar, divorced in 62 b.c.Compare Calpurnia, Cornelia (def. 2).
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How to use Pompeia in a sentence
Her name was Pompeia, He divorced Pompeia about this time, under very extraordinary circumstances.History of Julius Caesar|Jacob Abbott
Pompeia Paulina, a young and very noble Roman lady, had married Seneca in his extreme old age.The Essays of Montaigne, Complete|Michel de Montaigne
Finding the door open, he was safely let in by a female slave who was in the secret, and who forthwith ran off to tell Pompeia.Plutarch's Lives Volume III.|Plutarch
Csar's second wife was Pompeia, the granddaughter of Sylla, whose family Aurelia had but little cause to love.Roman Women|Alfred Brittain
In the Via Pompeia is an early Renaissance house with fine decorations in marble and terra-cotta.