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Mes·sa·li·na(mĕs′ə-lī′nə), Valeria Died ad 48.
Roman empress as the third wife of Claudius I. She was executed after Claudius discovered that she had married a lover in his absence.
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(Biography) Valeria (vəˈlɪərɪə). died 48 ad, wife of the Roman emperor Claudius, notorious for her debauchery and cruelty
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Mes•sa•li•na(ˌmɛs əˈlaɪ nə, -ˈli-)
Valeria, died A.D. 48, third wife of Claudius I.
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