Cornelia

Cornelia, the daughter of Scipio Africanus and the mother of the Gracchi (q.v.), the Roman matron who, when challenged by a rival lady to outshine her in wealth of gems, proudly led forth her sons saying, “These are my jewels”; true to this sentiment, it was as the mother of the Gracchi she wished to be remembered, and is remembered, in the annals of Rome.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Corneille, Thomas * Cornelius, Peter von
Corinthians, Epistles to the
Coriola`nus
Corioli
Cork
Cormenin
Cormontaigne
Cornaro
Corn-Cracker
Corneille, Pierre
Corneille, Thomas
Cornelia
Cornelius, Peter von
Cornell University
Corn-Laws
Corn-Law Rhymer, The
Corno, Monte
Cornwall
Cornwall, Barry
Cornwallis, Lord
Coromandel Coast
Coronation Chair

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