Agrippina the Younger

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Noun1.Agrippina the Younger - wife who poisoned Claudius after her son Nero was declared heir and who was then put to death by NeroAgrippina the Younger - wife who poisoned Claudius after her son Nero was declared heir and who was then put to death by Nero
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4.53) notes that Agrippina Maior's daughter, Agrippina Minor, recorded in her memoirs the details of her mother's life, while Seneca (Dial.
The third daughter, Agrippina Minor, appears in the following chapter along with Messalina, Claudia Octavia, and Poppaea, all women connected to the reigns of the last two Julio-Claudian emperors, Claudius and Nero.
The emperor's wife Domitia appeared on imperial coins with her infant son safe from harm, happily apotheosed, (59) while the most famous mother of the period, Agrippina Minor, tried to rule her son and was murdered for the attempt.