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Aemilia Lepida Minor

Also Known As: "Aemeilia", "Aelia", "Amelia", "Aemilia", "Aemelia"
Birthdate: (49)
Birthplace: Rome,,,Italy
Death: Died in Rome, Roma, Italy
Place of Burial: Rome, Roma, Italy
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Lucius Æmilius Paullus and Vipsania Julia Agrippina
Wife of Marcus Junius Silanus Torquatus
Fiancée of Claudius I, Roman Emperor
Mother of Decimus Junius Silanus; Consul (46) - Marcus Junius Silanus Torquatus; Junia Calvina; Junia Lepida; Marcus Aurelius Crispin "the Philosopher" and 2 others
Sister of Lepidus Aemilius Lepidus; Julia Paula and <private>

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About Aemilia Lepida Minor

Aemilia Lepida (fiancee of Claudius)

Aemilia Lepida (5 BC-53) was a noble Roman woman and matron. She was the eldest daughter and first born child of Julia the Younger (the first granddaughter of the Emperor Augustus) and consul Lucius Aemilius Paullus. Her father was of a distinguished and ancient patrician family. She was the first great-grandchild of Emperor Augustus, noble woman Scribonia and a great-grandchild of consul Lucius Aemilius Lepidus Paullus (brother of the triumvir Marcus Aemilius Lepidus). Aemilia Lepida had a younger brother named Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (6-39) who was married to Caligula's favorite sister Drusilla and who died in Caligula's reign.

In her younger years, Lepida was betrothed to Claudius, but her parents fell out of favour with Augustus so the emperor broke off the engagement. In 8, her mother Julia the Younger (otherwise called Vipsania Julia) was exiled for adultery, like her mother Julia. Her father Lucius was executed in 14 for participating in a conspiracy against Augustus.

Lepida married by 13 Marcus Junius Silanus Torquatus, a member of the patrician branch of the ancient gens Junia. Their children were:

Marcus Junius Silanus Torquatus (14-by November, 54), who was consul in 46.

Junia Calvina (died after 79) who married Lucius Vitellius the Younger (killed in 69), a brother of the future Roman Emperor Vitellius and was divorced by 49. She was accused of incest with her youngest brother, sent into exile by Emperor Claudius and recalled ten years later by Emperor Nero after he killed his own mother.

Decimus Junius Silanus Torquatus (d. 64, forced to commit suicide) who was consul in 53.

Lucius Junius Silanus Torquatus the Elder (committed suicide on New Year's Day, 49), praetor in 48 who was engaged to Claudius's daughter Claudia Octavia until Agrippina the Younger spread false rumors about his alleged incest with his sister Junia Calvina.

Junia Lepida who married Gaius Cassius Longinus, and raised her nephew Lucius Junius Silanus Torquatus the younger (50-66) after his father Marcus was murdered.

Lepida was killed in 53 on the orders by her maternal cousin Empress Agrippina the Younger for unknown reasons, possibly because of her imperial descent.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aemilia_Lepida_(fiancee_of_Claudius)


ID: I22758

Name: Aemilia Lepida

Given Name: Aemilia

Surname: Lepida

Name: Lepida Aemilia

Given Name: Lepida

Surname: Aemilia

Sex: F

_UID: 14D9A7EAFD50D811BE490080C8C142CCD272

Change Date: 18 Oct 2005 1 2 3

Death: 26

Father: Lucius Aemilius Paullus

Mother: Vipsania Julia Octavia of Rome

Marriage 1 Marcus Junius Silanus

Married:

Children

Junia Lepida Silanus

Marriage 2 Tiberius Claudius Caesar Nero of Rome b: 1 AUG 10 BC in Lugundum (Lyons)

Married: 1 4 3

Children

Genuissa (Venessa) Claudia of Rome
Marcus Aurelius Crispin

Sources:

Abbrev: Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Nevill

Title: Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville (published by author 1978)evilleeville. published by author 1978.

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J.H. Garner

Page: Chart 1826, p 393

Abbrev: Merriam Webster's Biographical Dictionary

Title: Merriam Webster's Biographical Dictionary (Merriam Webster Inc., Springfield, Massachusetts , 1995)field, Massachusetts , 1995.

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Call number:

Abbrev: Pullen010502.FTW

Title: Pullen010502.FTW

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Text: Date of Import: Jan 5, 2002

Abbrev: Merriam Webster's Biographical Dictionary

Title: Merriam Webster's Biographical Dictionary (Merriam Webster Inc., Springfield, Massachusetts , 1995)field, Massachusetts , 1995.

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Call number:

Text: his 1st m

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I22758


Aemilia Lepida

Aemilia Lepida (5 BC-c. 43 AD) was a noble Roman woman and matron. She was the eldest daughter and first-born child of Julia the Younger (the first granddaughter of the Emperor Augustus) and consul Lucius Aemilius Paullus. Her father was of a distinguished and ancient patrician family. She was the first great-grandchild of Emperor Augustus, noblewoman Scribonia and a great-grandchild of consul Lucius Aemilius Lepidus Paullus (brother of the triumvir Marcus Aemilius Lepidus). Aemilia Lepida was the cousin of Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (6-39) who was married to Caligula's favorite sister Drusilla and who was executed in Caligula's reign.

In her younger years, Lepida was betrothed to Claudius, but her parents fell out of favour with Augustus so the emperor broke off the engagement. In 8, her mother Julia the Younger (otherwise called Vipsania Julia) was exiled for adultery, like her mother Julia. Her father Lucius was executed in 14 for participating in a conspiracy against Augustus.

By AD 13, Lepida had married Marcus Junius Silanus Torquatus, a member of the patrician branch of the ancient gens Junia. Their children were:

  • Marcus Junius Silanus Torquatus (AD 14-54), consul in 46, put to death in order to ensure the succession of Nero, and to prevent him from avenging the death of his brother, Lucius.
  • Junia Calvina (fl. AD 79), married Lucius Vitellius, a brother of the future emperor Vitellius. Accused of incest with her youngest brother, she was exiled by Claudius, only to be recalled ten years later by the emperor Nero.
  • Decimus Junius Silanus Torquatus (d. AD 64), consul in 53, forced by Nero to commit suicide after being accused of boasting of his descent from Augustus.
  • Lucius Junius Silanus Torquatus (d. AD 49), praetor in 48, he was engaged to Octavia, daughter of Claudius. Agrippina spread a rumor that he had committed incest with his sister, as a result of which he was expelled from the Senate and deprived of his office. He committed suicide on the day that Claudius and Agrippina were married.
  • Junia Lepida who married Gaius Cassius Longinus, and raised her nephew Lucius Junius Silanus Torquatus the younger (50-66) after his father, Marcus, was murdered.

The time of her death is not known. She is sometimes said to have been poisoned on the orders of Agrippina the Younger during the reign of Nero, but this Lepida was evidently Domitia Lepida, the mother of Valeria Messalina and the second wife of Appius Junius Silanus.

Source :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aemilia_Lepida_(fiancee_of_Claudius)

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