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Tristes quidam et Tyberii Cesaris ate Gai Caligule iurgium cum Valeria Messalina; el texto llega hasta VII iii 6: Seu potius soporiferas herbas papavera opiumve et medicata vina ut occupantem libidines tuas Claudium non alto somno demersum, sed fere exanimem redderes?
3), Boccaccio grants Messalina a notable dignity (the only instance of such a gesture in all literature of any period), starting from the first verbal exchange in the chapter entitled: Tristes quidem et Tyberii Cesaris atque Gai Caligule iurgium com Valeria Messalina.
Quecedo Aracil, Pablo, Comentario al articulo 164 LC, en Derecho Concursal Practico, Comentarios a la Nueva Ley Concursal, La Ley/ Iurgium, Madrid, 2004, p.