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or Paullina.


See Lollia.


Pompēia, the wife of the philosopher Seneca. When her husband was condemned to death by Nero, she severed her veins, but Nero ordered them to be bound up, so that she lived for several years longer. See Tac. Ann. xv. 63, 64; and the article Seneca.

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