Tullia Ciceronis  

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Tullia Ciceronis, also Tulliola (as affectionately known to her father) (5 August 79 BC or 78 BC – February 45 BC) was the only daughter and first child to Roman orator and politician Marcus Tullius Cicero from his first marriage to Terentia. Her younger brother was Marcus Tullius Cicero Minor (born 65 BC), a consul of 30 BC.



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