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  • Certain wealthy Roman women of the period, including Terentia, Fulvia, and Livia herself, are known to have been considerable property owners in their own right.

    Caesars’ Wives

  • He also sent a note to Terentia to inform her of what had happened.

    CONSPIRATA

  • Terentia turned the full force of her scrutiny onto me.

    CONSPIRATA

  • But naturally Terentia would not leave it at that, and by a combination of flattery, cajolery, and threats that must have been worthy of her husband, she slowly extracted the truth.

    CONSPIRATA

  • Cicero was dining with Terentia, and I was still transcribing his speech.

    CONSPIRATA

  • Terentia and Tullia each had a litter to herself, carried by porters armed with concealed knives.

    CONSPIRATA

  • I recall having an argument about his visit with Terentia.

    CONSPIRATA

  • Terentia was doing her embroidery in a corner of the room, all was peaceful, and I debated whether or not to wake Cicero.

    CONSPIRATA

  • “If anything happens to me,” Cicero instructed, “dig it up and give it to Terentia and tell her to use it as she thinks fit.”

    CONSPIRATA

  • A few hours later Terentia came into the library to say goodbye to her husband.

    CONSPIRATA

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