7 edition of Agrippina found in the catalog.
October 1992 by Heinemann .
Written in English
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Wikipedia Book: Agrippina (HWV 6) is an opera seria in three acts by George Frideric Handel with a libretto by Cardinal Vincenzo Grimani. Composed for the –10 Venice Carnevale season, the opera tells the story of Agrippina. Agrippina the Younger attained a level of Agrippina book in first-century Rome unprecedented for a woman.
According to ancient sources, she achieved her success by plotting against her brother, the emperor Caligula, murdering her husband, the emperor Claudius, and controlling her son, the emperor Nero, by sleeping with him. Modern scholars tend to accept this verdict.4/5(3).
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Agrippina the Younger (Latin: Julia Agrippina; 6 November AD 15 – 23 March AD 59), also referred to as Agrippina Minor ("smaller", often used to mean "younger"), was a Roman empress and one of the more prominent women in the Julio-Claudian allesfuersjagen.com: Germanicus.
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The daughter of Agrippina book Caesar and Vipsania Agrippina, Julia Agrippina was the sister of Emperor Caligula or Gaius. Her influential family members made Agrippina the Younger a Agrippina book to be reckoned with, but her life was plagued by controversy and she would die Agrippina book a scandalous manner as well.
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In her own time, she was recognized. Sep 24, · Agrippina was the wife of the emperor Claudius, and mother, by a previous marriage, to Nero. The opera charts her attempts to secure the imperial succession for her son in.
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Sister of Caligula. Wife of Claudius. Mother of Nero. The story of Agrippina, at the center of imperial power for three generations, is the story of the Julio-Claudia dynasty—and of Rome itself, at its bloody, extravagant, chaotic, ruthless, and political zenith.
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Jan 01, · Julia Agrippina, mother of the Roman emperor Nero and a powerful influence on him during the early years of his reign (54–68). Agrippina was the daughter of Germanicus Caesar and Vipsania Agrippina, sister of the emperor Gaius, or Caligula (reigned 37–41), and wife of the emperor Claudius (41–54).
Agrippina the Younger attained a level of power in first-century Rome unprecedented for a woman. In this first biography of Agrippina in English, Anthony A.
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Nov 27, · Written by Emily Globe for CLASFallat Mount Allison University. Overview Agrippina the Younger (also called Agrippina II or Agrippina Minor) was a Roman Empress who lived in the early 1st century C.E.
She was one of the more well-known women of the Julio-Claudian family, and had direct connections to three Julio-Claudian. Agrippina synonyms, Agrippina pronunciation, Agrippina translation, English dictionary definition of Agrippina. Known as "the Elder." 13 bc?-ad Roman matron and mother of Caligula.
She was influential in the struggle for power during the reign of Tiberius. Aug 06, · The story of Agrippina, at the center of imperial power for three generations, is the story of the Julio-Claudia dynasty―and of Rome itself, at its bloody, extravagant, chaotic, ruthless, and political zenith.
In her own time, she was recognized as a woman of unparalleled power. Synopsis Sister of Caligula. Wife of Claudius. Mother of Nero.
The story of Agrippina, at the center of imperial power for three generations, is the story of the Julio-Claudia dynasty—and of Rome itself, at its bloody, extravagant, chaotic, ruthless, and political zenith.
Jul 08, · VI Agrippina, the mother of Nero. It is possible, as Tacitus says, that marriage with Claudius was the height of Agrippina's ambition, but it is also possible that it was an act of supreme self-sacrifice on the part of a woman who had been educated in the traditions of the Roman aristocracy, and who therefore considered herself merely a means to the political advancement of her relatives and.
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Agrippina the Younger's birth, 6 November ad15 Tacitus, Annals, Book 12, Chapter 27 [In the year ad50,] Agrippina, in order to advertise her strength to the provinces also, arranged for the plantation of a colony of veterans in the Ubian town where she was born.
By Tacitus Written A.C.E. Table of Contents Book XIII: A.D. The first death under the new emperor, that of Junius Silanus, proconsul of Asia, was, without Nero's knowledge, planned by the treachery of Agrippina.
Not that Silanus had provoked destruction by any violence of temper, apathetic as he was, and so utterly despised under. Murder of Agrippina the Younger (Book 14, A.D. 59) & The Great Fire at Rome (Book 15, A.D. 64) I. In the year of the consulship of Caius Vipstanus and Caius Fonteius, Nero deferred no more a long meditated crime.
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Beautiful and intelligent, she was portrayed as alternately a ruthless murderer and helpless victim, the most loving mother and the most powerful woman of the Roman empire, using sex, motherhood, manipulation, and violence to get her way, and. Jan 29, · 'Agrippina,' Handel's Unlikely Comedy In his first, true operatic masterpiece, Handel creates an odd-ball comedy filled with scheming characters from.
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Set in Ancient Rome, Agrippina plots the downfall of Emperor Claudius to secure the throne for her son Nero, in Handel’s first operatic triumph.