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Clu'via, Fau'cula

[CLUVII], a Capuan courtezan, who lived in the time of the second Punic war. She earned the good-will of the Romans by secretly supplying the Roman prisoners with food. When Capua was taken, B. C. 210, her property and liberty were restored to her by a special decree of the senate. (Liv. 26.33, 34.)


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