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[4] she was a daughter of Messala, a sister of Hortensius the orator, and her name was Valeria, and it so happened that she had recently been divorced from her husband. As she passed along behind Sulla, she rested her hand upon him, plucked off a bit of nap from his mantle, and then proceeded to her own place. When Sulla looked at her in astonishment, she said: [ldquo ]It's nothing of importance, Dictator, but I too wish to partake a little in thy felicity.[rdquo ]

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