- Expressions, Definition. Vibia Sabina, Vibia Sabina was an Empress and wife to Roman Emperor Hadrian.
- SIMPLIFIED STEMMA OF THE FAMILIES OF TRAJAN, HADRIAN
- Vibia Sabina. †138. P.
- The High Empire, A.D. 96-180
- He is married to Faustina, niece of Vibia Sabina and descended from Trajan's womenfolk. 11/30/2007. 32.
- The She-Wolf Motif with Romulus and Remus on a Tomb Stela of an
- (117-138) and his wife Vibia Sabina. The she-wolf with twins motif is present on funeral monuments through first and first half of the second centuries AD.
- Festambiente: conferenza-dibattito sul problema dei rifiuti in Campania
- Che dire poi della magnifica statua di MATIDIA, sorella dell'imperatrice Vibia Sabina e quindi cognata dell'imperatore Adriano, le cui statue si possono ammirare nel Museo del Castello.
- Vibia Sabina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Vibia Sabina (83-136/137) was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian.
- Vibia Sabina (C. 83/86-137AD)
- Vibia Sabina (C. 83/86-137AD).
- Category:Vibia Sabina - Wikimedia Commons
- English: Vibia Sabina was an Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Hadrian.
- Statue of Vibia Sabina, 2nd century CE - CojsWiki
- Aug 31, 2011 Statue of Vibia Sabina. Vibia Sabina (c. 86-136 or 137) was wife and third cousin of the Roman emperor Hadrian.
- Feb 5, 2007 Vibia Sabina. Bust of Sabina. Louvre, Paris (France).
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