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His mother Lucina, born c. 400, descended from Flavius Philippus, Praetorian prefect of the East in 346, and was the daughter of the influential Flavius Anthemius, Praetorian prefect of the East ( 404 – 415 ) and Consul in 405.
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* 1 ( Kalends ): the original New Year's Day when the sacred fire of Rome was renewed, and the Feriae Marti, the dies natalis (" birthday ") of Mars, celebrated by the dancing armed priesthood of the Salii ; also the Matronalia, in honor of Juno Lucina, Mars ' mother
In ancient Roman religion, the Matronalia ( or Matronales Feriae ) was a festival celebrating Juno Lucina, the goddess of childbirth (" Juno who brings children into the light "), and of motherhood ( mater is " mother " in Latin ) and women in general.
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`` My mother read a book right after I was born and there was a Lilian in the book she loved and I became Lilian -- and eventually I became Paula ''.
Jemela ( surname: Gerby ), 23, seems Hong Kong Oriental but has a Spanish father and an Indian mother, was born in America and educated at Holy Cross Academy and Textile High School, says she learned belly dancing at family picnics.
I called the other afternoon on my old friend, Graves Moreland, the Anglo-American literary critic -- his mother was born in Ohio -- who lives alone in a fairy-tale cottage on the Upson Downs, raising hell and peacocks, the former only when the venerable gentleman becomes an angry old man about the state of literature or something else that is dwindling and diminishing, such as human stature, hope, and humor.
Lincoln's mother, Nancy, was the daughter of Lucy Hanks, and was born in what is now Mineral County, West Virginia, then part of Virginia.
The meaning of the epithet " Lyceus " later became associated Apollo's mother Leto, who was the patron goddes of Lycia ( Λυκία ) and who was identified with the wolf ( λύκος ), earning him the epithets Lycegenes ( ; Λυκηγενής, Lukēgenēs, literally " born of a wolf " or " born of Lycia ") and Lycoctonus ( ; Λυκοκτόνος, Lukoktonos, from λύκος, " wolf ", and κτείνειν, " to kill ").
His mother married Publius Julius Lupus ( a man of consular rank ) suffect consul in 98, and two daughters, Arria Lupula and Julia Fadilla, were born from that union.
For example, Oki, born as a child of an Ainu father and a Japanese mother, became a musician who plays the traditional Ainu instrument tonkori.
Agrippina ’ s mother Julia was the only natural child born to Augustus from his second marriage to noblewoman Scribonia.
However, this situation changed drastically when Alexios ' first son John II Komnenos was born in 1087: Anna's engagement to Constantine was dissolved, and she was moved to the main Palace to live with her mother and grandmother.
His exact birth site is unclear because he was born about the time his mother was making a difficult trip home from burying Jackson's father.
Afonso, born in 1109, took the title of Prince after taking the throne of his mother, supported by the generality of the Portuguese nobility who disliked the alliance between Galicia and Portugal Countess Theresa had come to, marrying a second time the most powerful Galician count.
Then looking at him darkly Zeus who gathers the clouds spoke to him :' Do not sit beside me and whine, you double-faced liar. To me you are the most hateful of all gods who hold Olympos. Forever quarrelling is dear to your heart, wars and battles .… And yet I will not long endure to see you in pain, sinceyou are my child, and it was to me that your mother bore you. But were you born of some other god and proved so ruinouslong since you would have been dropped beneath the gods of the bright sky.
Alexander Grothendieck was born in Berlin to anarchist parents: a Ukrainian father from an ultimately Hassidic family, Alexander " Sascha " Shapiro aka Tanaroff, and a mother from a German Protestant family, Johanna " Hanka " Grothendieck ; both of his parents had broken away from their early backgrounds in their teens.
When Bœotus and Æolus were born, they were raised by Metapontus ; but their stepmother ( Autolyte, wife of Metapontus ) quarrelled with their mother Arne, prompting Bœotus and Aeolus to kill Autolyte and flee from Icaria.
Alexis Andrew Nicholas Koerner was born in Paris to an Austrian Jewish father and a half-Turkish half-Greek mother, and spent his childhood in France, Switzerland, and North Africa.
Born from a noble family of the province of Soule, his father Michel was born in Arrast-Larrebieu and his mother was Irish.
His youngest son, Mahomed Omar Jan, was born in 1889 of an Afghan mother, connected by descent with the Barakzai family.
His mother, Virginia Dell Cassidy ( 1923 – 1994 ), traveled to New Orleans to study nursing soon after he was born.
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The earliest cited English usage in connection with marital status is from a manuscript of c. 1200, when Mary ( mother of Jesus ) is described as “ handfast ( to ) a good man called Joseph ”.
Fuchs ' grandmother, mother, and his older sister eventually committed suicide ( his mother in c. 1932, his sister in 1939 to avoid capture by the Nazis ), while his younger sister was diagnosed as schizophrenic.
His mother was an Arian, sister of Clearchus, also an Arian, and a paternal granddaughter of Gallus ( born c. 370 ), son of Anastasia ( born c. 352 ) and husband, in turn daughter of Flavius Claudius Constantius Gallus and wife and cousin Constantina.
He was the sixth child of Pieter Jiltes Tadema ( 1797 – 1840 ), the village notary, who had had three sons by a previous marriage, and the third child of his mother, Hinke Dirks Brouwer ( c. 1800 – 1863 ).
* Apama II ( about c. 292 BC-sometime after 249 BC ), wife of Magas of Cyrene and mother of Berenice II, who is also known as Arsinoe
* c. 2288 BC – 2224 / 2194 BC: Pepy II and his mother, Queen Merye-ankhnes, Sixth dynasty of Egypt, is made.
While Eirik's mother remains anonymous in the synoptic histories ( Ágrip ) and most of the Icelandic sagas, the Heimskringla ( c. 1230 ) claims that she was Ragnhildr, daughter of Eric, king of ( South ) Jutland.
* Olympias, Epirote princess, wife of Macedonian king Philip II and the mother of Alexander the Great ( b. c. 376 BC )
The earl's father, Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex by Isaac Oliver, c. 1597 Robert Devereux as a child with his mother Frances Walsingham, countess of Essexby Robert Peake the elder, 1594
William's eldest surviving son, Aymer ( c. 1265 – 1324 ), succeeded to his father's estates, but was not formally recognized as Earl of Pembroke until after the death of his mother Joan in 1307.
Buckingham's mother was Lady Margaret Beaufort ( c. 1427 – 1474 ), daughter of Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset.
( c. 1483 – 1544 ) George Hastings, 1st Earl of Huntingdon and was mother to Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon and grandmother to both Henry Hastings, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon and George Hastings, 4th Earl of Huntingdon.
* Joan Tudor, wife of William ap Yevan, son of Yevan ap William or Yevan Williams and Margaret Kemoys, and reported mother of Morgan ap William ( or Williams ) ( born Lanishen, Glamorganshire, Wales, 1479 ), later married at Putney Church, Norwell, Nottinghamshire, in 1499 to Catherine or Katherine Cromwell, born Putney, London, c. 1483, an older sister of Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex.
Leonardo da Vinci, a Study ( art ) | study of the Head of Mary, the mother of Jesus | Madonna, c. 1484 AD.
Nandi ( c. 1760 – October 10, 1827 ) was a daughter of Bhebhe, a past chief of the Langeni tribe and the mother of the legendary Shaka, King of the Zulus.
Yaa Asantewaa ( c. 1840 – 17 October 1921 ) ( pronounced YAA A-san-TE-WAA ) was appointed queen mother of Ejisu of the Ashanti Empire — now part of modern-day Ghana — by her brother Nana Akwasi Afrane Okpese, the Ejisuhene " ruler of Ejisu ".
Ælfgifu of Northampton ( c. 990 – after 1040 ) was the first wife of King Cnut of England and Denmark, and mother of King Harold I of England ( 1035 – 40 ).
# Eleanor de Braose ( c. 1226-1251 ), wife of Humphrey de Bohun and mother of Humphrey de Bohun, 3rd Earl of Hereford.