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2. The daughter of Ser. Sulpicius Paterculus, and the wife of Q. Fulvius Flaccus. She was declared to be the chastest woman in Rome, and was therefore selected, in B. C. 113, to dedicate the statue of Venus Verticordia, who was believed to turn the minds of women from vice to virtue. (V. Max. 8.15.12; Plin. Nat. 7.35.)

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