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Amae'sia Se'ntia

is mentioned by Valerius Maximus (8.3.1) as an instance of a female who pleaded her own cause before the praetor. (About B. C. 77.) She was called Androgyne, from having a man's spirit with a female form. Compare AFRANIA and HORTENSIA.

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77 BC (1)
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