Women in Roman Society

Noble Ladies, Warrior Queens, Soldiers' Wives, Farmer's Daughters, and Slaves


Livia
Cleopatra VII, Last Queen of Egypt
Agrippina the Elder
Agrippina the Younger
Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni
Sabina
Faustina the Elder
Faustina the Younger
Lucilla
Crispina
Julia Domna
Plautilla
Julia Maesa
Julia Soaemias
Julia Mamaea
Otacilia Severa
Herennia Etruscilla
Severina
Zenobia
Galeria Valeria
Theodora, First Wife of Constantius I
Fausta
Helena - The Tavern Girl Who Became an Empress and a Saint
Aelia Flaccilla
Eudoxia
Eudocia
Pulcheria
Galla Placidia, A Storybook Princess
Hypatia
Licinia Eudoxia
Amalasuntha, Queen of the Ostrogoths


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