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Lots Cave INCEST NEWS: One Roman coin shows the Emperor Caligula on one side, and his three sisters on the other. This is in fact a story of incest; an acceptable practice throughout much of history.
The ROMAN COIN sestertius CALIGULA ROME
Roman coins were issued depicting images of Caligula on one side and his three sisters on the opposite. Roman coins like these were never issued before taking the women as lovers. Each of Caligula’s sisters had an incestuous relationship with their brother.
Caligula added his sister's names in to motions. In loyalty oaths, it meant, "I will not value my life or that of my children less highly than I do the safety of the Emperor and his sisters," or, if in consular motions it meant: "Good fortune attend to the Emperor and his sisters."
His sisters were Julia Livilla, Julia Drusilla and Agrippina the Younger. Agrippina would also become the fourth wife of the Emperor Claudius, thereby perpetuating the line through additional incest.
Caligula’s Incest Depicted on Roman Coins
Emperor Caligula Sibling Incest Depicted on Roman Coins
Incest may well have been the only family comfort Caligula knew
Caligula's Sisters Photo Gallery of Incestuous Sisters
Incest May Have Been Politically Expedient
Caligula coins tell the Roman story of
Incest and debauchery