Talk:Julia Drusilla (daughter of Caligula)

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Suetonius states simply that "with him died his wife Caesonia, stabbed with a sword by a centurion, while his daughter's brains were dashed out against a wall". Cassius Dio writes that "When he had fallen, none of the men present kept hands off him, but all fell to stabbing him savagely, even though he was dead; and some even tasted of his flesh. His wife and daughter were also promptly slain". Properly sourcing the claim that Julia's head was "smashed against a wall after attacking her mother's assassin by kicking and biting him" would enhance the article. L'omo del batocio (talk) 08:23, 29 February 2008 (UTC)

Explaining how a 1 year old infant jumps on an adult and kicks and bites when 1 year olds are still learning to walk would really enhance the article... (talk) 01:45, 13 October 2015 (UTC)