Octavia the Younger | further reading

Further reading

Life and virtues
  • Details on Octavia pt 1 "Octavian was much attached to his sister, and she possessed all the charms, accomplishments and virtues likely to fascinate the affections and secure a lasting influence over the mind of a husband. Her beauty was universally allowed to be superior to that of Cleopatra and her virtue was such as to excite even admiration in an age of growing licentiousness and corruption."
  • Details on Octavia pt 2
  • Nuttall Encyclopedia profile says merely that she was "distinguished for her beauty and her virtue"
Discussion
Family and descendants
Print sources
  • Cluett, Ronald. “Roman women and triumviral politics, 43-37 B.C.” Echos du monde classique. Classical views 17, no. 1 (1998), 67-84.
  • Erhart, K. P. “A new portrait type of Octavia Minor (?).” The J. Paul Getty Museum journal 8 (1980), 117-28.
  • Fischer. Fulvia und Octavia: die beiden Ehefrauen des Marcus Antonius in den politischen Kämpfen der Umbruchszeit zwischen Republik und Principat. Berlin: Logos-Verl., 1999.
  • Foubert, Lien. “Vesta and Julio-Claudian women in imperial propaganda.” Ancient society 45 (2015), 187-204.
  • Freisenbruch, Annelise. 2010. The first ladies of rome: The women behind the caesars. London: Jonathan Cape.
Other Languages
български: Октавия Младша
čeština: Octavia Minor
Deutsch: Octavia Minor
Esperanto: Oktavia Minor
français: Octavie la Jeune
italiano: Ottavia minore
עברית: אוקטביה
magyar: Octavia
português: Octávia
српски / srpski: Oktavija
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Oktavija Mlađa
українська: Октавія Молодша
中文: 小屋大薇