Agrippina the Younger Net Worth

Agrippina the Younger was born in Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium, Ancient Roman, is Roman Empress. Agrippina the Younger or Agrippina Minor was the niece and fourth wife of Roman emperor Claudius and mother of Nero, the last Roman emperor of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Considered one of the leading ladies of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, Agrippina was known to be ambitious, powerful, dominating, and merciless. She was the daughter of Germanicus, an eminent general of the Roman Empire who once became heir apparent of the empire under Tiberius. Agrippina the Elder, her mother, was great-granddaughter of Augustus, the first Roman Empire. Agrippina the Younger faced exile for a couple of years for conspiring against her brother, Caligula, who succeeded Tiberius as the Roman Emperor. Her first husband and Nero’s biological father, Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus, died of edema. Her second husband, Gaius Sallustius Passienus Crispus, died of poisoning. Ancient historians believed that her uncle and third husband, Claudius, also died of poison, and many sources implicate Agrippina. Upon Claudius’s death, Nero, his stepson through Agrippina succeeded the throne. Initially Agrippina made efforts to play regent and dominate the empire, which eventually failed as Nero rose to power prompting power struggle between mother and son. Agrippina was later executed on Nero’s order.
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Who is it? Roman Empress
Birth Place Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium, Ancient Roman
Died On 23 March AD 59 (aged 43)\nMisenum
Birth Sign Scorpio
Tenure 1 January AD 49 – 13 October AD 54
Burial Misenum
Spouse Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus Gaius Sallustius Crispus Passienus Claudius
Issue Nero, Emperor of Rome
House Julio-Claudian Dynasty
Father Germanicus
Mother Agrippina the Elder

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Tacitus claims that Nero considered poisoning or stabbing her, but felt these methods were too difficult and suspicious, so he settled on – after the advice of his former tutor Anicetus – building a self-sinking boat. Though aware of the plot, Agrippina embarked on this boat and was nearly crushed by a collapsing lead ceiling only to be saved by the side of a sofa breaking the ceiling's fall. Though the collapsing ceiling missed Agrippina, it crushed her attendant who was outside by the helm.


Messalina considered Agrippina's son a threat to her son's position and sent assassins to strangle Lucius during his siesta. The assassins fled in terror when they saw a snake suddenly dart from beneath Lucius' pillow—but it was only a sloughed-off snake-skin in his bed, near his pillow.