Junia Claudilla (d. AD 34, 36 or 37), also known as Junia Claudia, was the first wife of the Roman Emperor Caligula before he came to power. They were married at Antium in 33. Her father was a distinguished senator named Marcus Junius Silanus. She died in 34, 36, or early 37 while giving birth to Caligula's first child, which also did not survive.
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- Suetonius, Life of Caligula
- Tacitus, The Annals/Book 6
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- Life of Caligula by Suetonius (Alexander Thomson translation)
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- - A collection of ancient texts regarding Caligula and the time period in which Junia Claudilla lived.
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