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Clodia

(klō`dĕə), fl. 1st cent. B.C., Roman matron, famous among the ancient Romans for her beauty; sister of Publius ClodiusClodius
(Publius Clodius Pulcher) , d. 52 B.C., Roman politician. He belonged to the Claudian gens (see Claudius), and his name is also written as Publius Claudius Pulcher. He was brother to Appius Claudius Pulcher and to the notorious Clodia. In 62 B.C.
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. She was suspected of murdering her husband, Quintus Caecilius Metellus Celer (see MetellusMetellus
, ancient Roman family of the plebeian gens Caecilia. Lucius Caecilius Metellus, d. c.221 B.C., consul (251 B.C.), fought in the First Punic War. He was pontifex maximus (from 243) and was said to have been blinded (241) in rescuing the Palladium from the burning
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, family), and she accused her lover, Marcus Caelius Rufus, of trying to murder her. According to tradition one of her many lovers was the poet CatullusCatullus
(Caius Valerius Catullus) , 84? B.C.–54? B.C., Roman poet, b. Verona. Of a well-to-do family, he went c.62 B.C. to Rome. He fell deeply in love, probably with Clodia, sister of Cicero's opponent Publius Clodius. She was suspected of murdering her husband.
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; if this is true then it was she whom he immortalized as Lesbia.
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Perrini, Francesco y Vurro, Clodia (2006), "Social Entrepreneurship: Innovation and Social Change across Theory and Practice", en Mair, Johanna, Robinson, Jeffrey y Hockerts Kai (eds.), Social Entrepreneurship, Palgrave Macmillan, Londres.
Ciceron, en el discurso Pro Caelio acusa de comportarse como una prostituta a la acusadora, Clodia Metella, para justificar cualquier ofensa contra ella, refiriendose explicitamente al fuego de su mirada y la libertad de sus palabras (37).
Se enamoro de la dama romana Clodia, casada con Quinto Cecilio Metelo Celer, gobernador de la Galia Cisalpina, y hermana del tribuno de la plebe Publio Clodio Pulcro.
No primeiro caso, Propercio inscreve Cintia como emulo de Sempronia (26), de Clodia (27), ou de Volumnia (28), ja que essas dominam a arte da musica, das letras e da danca, alem de serem paradigmaticas da vida cortesa (29).
Cicero holds her up as a model of Republican virtue in order to shame her contemporary kinswoman, Clodia: nonne te, si nostrae imagines viriles non commovebant, ne progenies quidem mea, Q.
(3.) Los ejemplos pueden venir tambien del lado literario, segun demuestran las mas que significativas palabras contenidas en la carta que Clodia Pulcher dirige a su amigo Catulo en Los Idus de Marzo, novela epistolar de Thornton Wilder publicada en 1948: "No has estado escribiendome a mi al escribirlas [tus cartas], sino a esa imagen que tienes alojada en la cabeza y a la cual no deseo parecerme" (135).
Tan irrelevante como es ahora para nosotros saber si la "Lesbia" de los poemas de Catulo aludia o no a Clodia Metelli (Clodia, esposa de Metelo), una supuesta amante del poeta sobre la que hoy poco o nada sabemos fuera de esos dos nombres y de una incierta fama de mujer licenciosa.
Una caracteristica de Saturnia es que es de las pocas colonias romanas de la epoca que carece de puerto (90), y por lo que parece estaria intrinsecamente ligada, como muchos otros centros, a una carretera, la via Clodia (91).
My Carmen, see, makes your Clodia seem blowsy, a diluted wine, a dull receptacle for perfumed, sheet-wrapped goatherds.
Romanian Social Dialogue Minister Aurelia, Bucharest Governor Paul Nicolae Petrovani Former Prime Minister and candidate for presidency Mihai Razvan Angureanux, EU deputy Clodia Tapardel and Bosnia Herzegovinian Ambassador to Bucharest Dusko Kovacevic attended at the event.
School youth will always favor Catullus and his passionate affair with Clodia (Lesbia) and the violent emotional changes from hating to loving, but one grows up and Horace is the antidote, as the author discovered.
Even within the so-called 'personal' poetry some narrative strands were suppressed in the continual recuperation of the one story that has dominated the reception of Catullus: the story of Catullus' love for Lesbia (commonly reckoned to be a pseudonym for the historical woman Clodia Metelli).