Domitia Lepida the Younger

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Domitia Lepida (c. 5 BC – AD 54) was a Roman aristocrat, related to the imperial family. She was mother of Valeria Messalina, wife of the Emperor Claudius. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Domitia Lepida the Younger has received more than 49,376 page views. Her biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia. Domitia Lepida the Younger is the 3,662nd most popular politician (up from 3,996th in 2019), the 1,164th most popular biography from Italy (up from 1,223rd in 2019) and the 262nd most popular Italian Politician.

Domitia Lepida the Younger was a Roman noblewoman who was the daughter of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. She was most famous for her marriage to Lucius Verus, who was co-emperor with Marcus Aurelius.

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Among politicians, Domitia Lepida the Younger ranks 3,662 out of 15,710Before her are Rafael Correa, Simeon of Moscow, Hsekiu, Huo Qubing, Princess Anna Sophie of Denmark, and Jules Ferry. After her are Phraates IV, Al-Mu'izz li-Din Allah, Muhammad al-Nasir, Fouad Mebazaa, Bayinnaung, and Emperor Seimu.

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Among people born in Italy, Domitia Lepida the Younger ranks 1,164 out of 4,088Before her are Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (1484), Angelo Secchi (1818), Giovanni Battista Venturi (1746), Cosimo Tura (1430), Giovanni Sartori (1924), and Andrea Luchesi (1741). After her are Arnold of Brescia (1100), Gelon (-600), Calpurnia (-77), Felice Beato (1832), Domenico Veneziano (1410), and Alessandro Stradella (1643).


Among politicians born in Italy, Domitia Lepida the Younger ranks 262Before her are Gaius Terentius Varro (-300), Marcus Claudius Marcellus (-42), Margaret of Savoy, Vicereine of Portugal (1589), Louis V, Duke of Bavaria (1315), Verres (-120), and Gaspar de Guzmán, Count-Duke of Olivares (1587). After her are Gelon (-600), Calpurnia (-77), Ottavio Farnese, Duke of Parma (1524), Maria Beatrice d'Este, Duchess of Massa (1750), Sebastiano Venier (1496), and Ferdinand II of Naples (1467).