Numa Pompilius, King of Rome

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Numa Pompilius, King of Rome

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Birthplace: Sabínia (Itália)
Death: Died in Rome, Italy
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Son of Parapilius Pomponius and Silvia of Rome
Husband of Egeria of the Sabines; Tatia and Lucretia
Father of Mamercus Pompilius, ancestor of the gens Aemilia; Calpus Pompilius, ancestor of gens Calpurnia; Pinus Pompilius, ancestor of gens Pinaria; Pompo Pompilius, ancestor of gens Pomponia; Pompilia and 3 others

Occupation: andre konge av Rom
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About Numa Pompilius, King of Rome

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Numa_Pompilius

Plutarch reports that some authors credited him with only a single daughter, Pompilia, others also gave him five sons, Pompo (or Pomponius), Pinus, Calpus, Mamercus and Numa, from whom the noble families of the Pomponii, Pinarii, Calpurnii, Aemilii, and Pompilii respectively traced their descent. Other writers believed that this was merely a flattery invented to curry favour with those families. Pompilia, whose mother is variously identified as Numa's first wife Tatia or his second wife Lucretia, supposedly married a certain Marcius and by him gave birth to the future king, Ancus Marcius.