A Tourist in Rome - Agrippina Minor

Birth:November 7, 15 AD or November 6, 16 AD
Death:March 19 or 23, 59 AD

Agrippina Minor (or Agrippina the Younger, or Julia Augusta Agrippina) was the great-granddaughter of Augustus, wife of Claudius and mother of Nero. Some suspect her of poisoning Claudius with mushrooms so her son could become emperor. After becoming emperor, Nero killed her.

    
Basanite statue of Agrippina Minor in the Room of the Machines of the Central Montemartini Museum
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Basanite statue of Agrippina Minor in the Room of the Machines of the Central Montemartini Museum
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Basanite statue of Agrippina Minor, in the Hall of the Machines, in the Central Montemartini Museum
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