JULIA THE ELDER
Daughter of Augustus, Julia the Elder died in shame. She married three times to further the causes of her father – the first time was to Marcellus, her cousin. The second was to Agrippa, and the two fell in love. When he died, she was forced to marry the future emperor Tiberius and it was an unhappy match. When Tiberius left Rome he left his wife behind and she embarked on a promiscuous life. After threatening her with death Augustus exiled her and she eventually died of malnutrition.
Julia had five children withAgrippa