Women in republican Rome

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History Today
Vol. 9, no. 7 (July 1959), p. 455-461

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After centuries of masculine predominance, as the Republic neared its end, a host of notable women crossed the stage of Roman history - the devoted Porcia, the beautiful Julia, the Amazonian Fulvia, described in this article as "a Lady Macbeth of the Roman world"