POSTHUMIA

POSTHUMIA
I.
POSTHUMIA
Servi Sulpitii uxor, cuius saepe meminit Clcero, Epist. l. 4.
II.
POSTHUMIA
virgo Vestalis, de incesto causam dixit, crimini obnoxia ob suspicionem cultûs elegantioris, ingeniumque liberius, quam virginem deceret. Tandem Pontificis maximi sententiâ absoluta, qui eam abstinere iocis, colique sancte potius, quam scite iussit. Volaterr. ex Plutarcho.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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