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Amata

by Micha F. Lindemans
The wife of King Latinus of Laurentum. She was the mother of Lavinia, whose fiancée Turnus she supported in his resistance against Aeneas. When she realized that Turnus would lose the fight against the Trojans she killed herself.

Virgil VII, 343; XII, 56, 593.


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