Sempronia (sister of the Gracchi)

Sempronia (170 BC after 101 BC), was a Roman noblewoman living in the Middle and Late Roman Republic, who was most famous as the sister of the ill-fated Tiberius Gracchus (died 133 BC) and Gaius Gracchus (died 121 BC), and the wife of a Roman general Scipio Aemilianus.

Spouse(s)Scipio Aemilianus
A young Sempronia (in pink) holds the hand of her mother Cornelia (in white). Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi, Pointing to her Children as Her Treasures, by Angelica Kauffmann (1785, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)