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People/Characters: Calpurnia

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Works (10)

Caesar : a novel by Allan Massie
The Devil in the Valley by Castle Freeman Jr.
I, Claudius: A Full-Cast BBC Radio Drama by Jonquil Panting
The Letters by Pliny the Younger
A Mist of Prophecies by Steven Saylor
Roman Holiday by Jodi Taylor
Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership by Keith R. A. DeCandido
The Throne of Caesar by Steven Saylor
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Leenot in English Common Knowledge
The Triumph of Caesar by Steven SaylorCaesar's Wife

Character description

1.) Calpurnia was the third and last wife of Julius Caesar. Born in 75 BC, she was the daughter of Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus, consul in 58 BC, and sister of Lucius Calpurnius Piso (Pontifex), consul in 15 BC. Calpurnia married Caesar in late 59 BC. and was married to him at the time of his assassination in 44 BC/BCE. Contemporary sources describe her as a humble, often shy woman. No children resulted from their union.

Calpurnia in Wikipedia

2.) (Fictitious character) In Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, Calpurnia is an African American woman who works for Attticus
Finch as cook, housekeeper, and child-minder.

3.) (Fictitious character) In The Devil in the Valley by Castle Freeman, Jr., one of the subplots is about a 98-year-old woman, Calpurnia, living out her last days in a hospice. Her story merges with that of Langdon Taft, the protagonist.

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