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The Life of lust of Messalina, she had sex with more than 200 men!

The nymphomaniac empress Messalina
Messalina has gone down in history as a great nymphomaniac and a despot of power.

Born in Rome in the year 25 d. C. She was the of Consul Marco Valerio Mesala Barbado Mesalino and Domicia Lépida. He had a brother named Marco Valerio Mesala Corvino, who was consul, and a younger brother named Fausto Cornelio Sila Félix.

His family members were the poor relatives of the most powerful clan in the Roman Empire; the gens Julia. Messalina was not in good financial condition, her home was in decline. Her father was not a prominent politician, and her mother was a less than virtuous woman, who had squandered family fortune.

Messalina was a beautiful woman, she had a thin complexion, jet black hair, sinuous and rounded hips and she had a very suggestive smile that drove men crazy.

Not possessing a dowry worthy of attracting a renowned man, Messalina had to settle for accepting Claudius, who was the uncle of the then Emperor Caligula, whose attention he had captured by his youth and beauty. Claudio was Messalina's uncle and was thirty-six years older than her.

Claudio had already had marriages and divorces and was already skeptical of remarrying. However, this would be his third marriage, and this time, with a much younger woman, just sixteen, and in addition his own family. Messalina claimed love him and this was enough for Claudio reconsider his position regarding marriage.

In Robert Graves' well-known work titled ", Claudio", he described his wife Mesalina this way: " Mesalina was a very beautiful girl, slender and with fast movements, eyes as black as jet and masses of curly black hair. She barely spoke a word, and she had a mysterious smile that almost drove me mad with love for her. He was so glad escape from Caligula's hands, and realized so quickly the advantages that marrying would bring him, that he behaved in a way that made meafeeling sure that she loved me as much as I loved her. That was practically the first time I had fallen in love with someone since my youth, and when a fifty-something not very intelligent and not very attractive falls in love with a very attractive and very intelligent 15-year-old girl, he usually has very bad prospects . ”

Senator Claudio was a wealthy, old, lanky, sickly, lame, and stutterer. His own mother considered her as "an abortion that nature had left unfinished."

He had the reputation of being an idiot but he was the uncle of Emperor Caligula. For all these reasons, he was the perfect candidate to be a puppet under the whims of the young woman. However, many thought he was an idiot, but he was actually a cultured man and a good historian. He was brilliant when he had ever been a judge.

The marriage took place at the beginning of the year 40 AD. The marriage of Claudius and Messalina was surrounded by great ceremonies and celebrations. Messalina immediately discovered Claudius ugly body, his prominent bald head and huge belly. At the beginning of this marriage Messalina led a placid and calm life as the wife of a Roman senator. The result of this marriage was a , Octavia who will be the future wife of the emperor Nero and the second of the marriage will be British.

Messalina was described as a ruthless and ambitious woman and developed a great influence on the emperor Claudius, who favored certain Roman figures with government positions in exchange for total fidelity.

It was in 41 AD, when the Emperor Caligula of his wife and were killed by the Praetorian Guard. Claudius was the only direct relative of Caligula and consequently an aspirant to the throne of Rome. When Caligula's murder occurs, Claudio hides in fear for his life, convinced that the Senate is not going to allow him to be emperor and that meant in those historical moments in Rome his death.

However, the army supports Claudius and this causes him to be immediately appointed Emperor of Rome and consequently Messalina his wife as empress. Messalina went from being the wife of a Roman senator to being the wife of the Emperor of Rome with unlimited power.

When Claudius came to power, the Romans rejoiced at the new Caesar, after Caligula's excesses. They soon realized the power that Messalina had over the emperor. It influenced so that the most important positions in Rome were for people who had loyalty to Messalina.

Claudius sought his glory as Augustus and Tiberius had previously done, for which the conquest of Britannia is definitely planned. He led with great wisdom the Roman legions that conquered Britannia and his government work must be classified as very positive

Once Claudius was appointed emperor of Rome, as we see, the empress's wishes became irrepressible and he gave free rein to his lust, maintaining relations with soldiers, gladiators, nobles and anyone else that was of his desire.

The poet Tenth June Juvenal would write in his Satires: “ As soon as she believed that her husband was asleep, this imperial would wear the cloak that she wore at night and would leave the house accompanied by a slave, since she preferred a cheap bed to bed real. Concealing her black hair in a blonde wig, she made her way to the magnifying glass of worn upholstery, where she had a camera reserved. Then she took her place, naked and with her golden nipples, attending to the name of Lyscisca ... "

Among her lovers, the servant Narciso stands out, who was only one night, but Mesalina ended up mocking his poor sexual capacity, which caused an endless hatred of the servant towards Mesalina, which would have a subsequent impact in the future as we will see.

She also had sexual contacts with Lucio Vitelio but did not have a satisfactory relationship, given the excessive humiliation and adoration that she showed before the empress, made the relationship end. Lucio Vitelio constantly showed a sandal worn by Messalina, continually hanging it around his nec

Palas was another of his lovers and this was due the strong interest of Messalina, because he was the administrator of the coffers of the Empire, and had become wealthy with the looting of the Roman estate. As we see, Messalina also used sex to enrich herself.

Other lovers he had was the chief of the gladiators of Rome who stood out for his body strength. Claudio Vinicio's nephew. He knew that it was distinguished by its beautiful hair and its smells due to perfumes.

Along with them we also found other unknown men who were selected by the empress, because she liked the color of her eyes, for her warm hands, for being very hairy or for other bodily aspects that caught her attention.

Among his lovers we must highlight Tito, a beautiful young man of just fifteen years of age and of great sexual vigor, with whom he had a torrid relationship, but which spread throughout Rome causing a great scandal. Tito showed off his relationship with Messalina and in the face of the scandal, the empress decided to end this relationship and with the help of her friend Locusta poisoned him.

To understand the level of nymphomania that Messalina had, it is said that, after having worked as a in the Suburra neighborhood, he returned to the palace at midnight and when he entered the palace he greets the soldier on duty asking him if he knew who he was. The Praetorian replied that a brothel was dressed.

Messalina said that she was a and asked how much do you have a soldier ? He replied that only balls and Messalina said it was enough and had a relationship with him inside the guardhouse.

There are historians who narrate their adventures in the brothels of Suburra and did not hesitate to walk the dark streets looking for their possible night companions.

Suetonio said of Messalina that he liked masochism since he was flogged and he liked hard sex and said "he valued every horseback beating making himself , until the last sesterce, like a commissioner who goes after the debtors ". Suetonius himself indicates that he had sex with a thousand men of the Praetorian Guard and had several abortions.

Messalina was a whole box of surprises, as she especially liked having sex. They said that "he had fire in his body" . She was a nymphomaniac and her infidelities to Claudio were immediate. Already on the wedding night, while her husband slept, she found comfort, and sex, with a slave who was tending the garden.

With the passage of time and as his sexuality was not satisfied, he decided to visit the best-known lupanar in Rome located in the Suburra neighborhood. Her name was Lycisca. Every night he left the palace, previously wore a wig and his breasts covered in gold leaf, went to the magnifying glass and there he received the not caring what they were like physically.

He practiced and even challenged the most famous in Rome, Scylla, to see who slept with more men in one night. Claudius was then in the British campaign

The test consisted of a competition to see who managed to satisfy more men in a single day. In history it is written that while the professional had 25 services, the empress offered a total of 200, although that number is exaggerated by Messalina's enemies.

When he reached number twenty-five, Scylla left the competition . It is known that Messalina continued all night, because she was "tired but not satisfied" . It is said that even after having cared for 70 men she was not satisfied, incredible. When Messalina asked Scylla to return, she withdrew saying: " This unhappy woman has the insides of steel ."

The different historians of the time do not agree on whether Messalina was a in a continuous way as they defend Tacitus, Josephus or Juvenal while Dion defends that his was occasional.

Messalina wanted to compete with what Cleopatra had done, which she idolized. During her captivity in Rome, Cleopatra also frequently visited the Suburra neighborhood, and Messalina wanted to overcome her.

In imperial times, Roman women enjoyed comfortable freedom, both at the level of property and movement. It was a time of complacency and the image of Roman matrons, so important and praised during the Republican era, is left behind. In those historical moments it was easy to divorce women. No wonder infidelity was up to date in that depraved society.

Messalina's ambition was limitless and this led her to covet all men. She had her husband bring what his teenage Platonic love was from Hispania, the consul Cayo Apio Silano and after many hints from the empress he never wanted to have a relationship with her. .

Once she became empress, Messalina convinced her devoted husband to return him to Rome from Hispania, where he was relegated for his political views on Caligula. .

To get him even closer, Messalina persuaded Claudius to marry Silano to Domicia, the empress' own mother. Still, her brand-new stepfather didn't budge. Messalina accused Cayo Apio Silano of wanting to kill the emperor and hatched a conspiracy, which ended in 42 with Silano being executed for treason.

The death of Apio Silano fell ill to the Senate that did not understand that a brave and loyal man died assassinated by Claudio. The in, wheat of Messalina began to be on everyone's lips.

Other characters who also suffered his ambition and depravity were: Senator Vinicio, who after being widowed by his wife Julia due to Messalina's jealousy, was poisoned.

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Messalina also wanted the actor Mster, but he loved Popea Sabina la Mayor. Messalina also envied the magnificent gardens of Lucullus, owned by Tenth Valerius Asiaticus.

Valerio Asiaticus a warrior who returned to Rome victorious from the campaigns against the Germans. The latter had acquired gardens owned by Lucullus, which he made the most beautiful in Rome, and Messalina took a fancy to them, but Valerius was indifferent to the empress and also refused to cede the gardens to her.

The old consul Valerius Asiaticus had been his mistress, but accused him before the Emperor Claudius of treason. He also falsely accused Popea of ​​being an Asian lover. This infamy would provoke, as we see, the suicide of the unhappy people, both Valerius and Popea, and thus achieve with the gardens of Lucullus. Mesalina turned those gardens into the place where the most depraved and crowded festivals in the city were held.

Nor were their "competitors" free of their influence. Julia, the niece of her husband Claudio, was killed because of her jealousy. Popea, who was her rival before the love of the actor Mnester, as we have just seen, was accused of adultery and of having relations with Senator Tenth Valerio Asiatic and as we have been forced to commit suicide.

It was in 48 AD when Messalina fell head over heels in love with Consul Cayo Silio, who was considered one of the most handsome men in the Empire. He divorced his wife and had no better idea than to marry him. While Claudio was on the island of Ostia, Messalina took the opportunity to marry his lover.

The couple organized a grandiose wedding banquet and invited consuls, senators, and important members of Roman society. The celebrations lasted a whole day. But while Messalina was busy celebrating their nuptials, the freedman Narciso informed Claudio of his wife's actions and purpose, to repudiate him and finish him off.

A conspiracy was hatched against the emperor, whom she hoped to overthrow to put her new husband in his place. Warned by his freedman Narciso, Claudio discovered the bigamy of his wife and the plot that he plotted against him, so he had to condemn them, who was then twenty-, and Silio commit suicide.

For once, Claudio was not for the task of ignoring or not seeing the actions of his imperial wife, and left Ostia go Rome, and solve this bizarre story. Once there, he had the boyfriend killed and after getting drunk, he had his wife brought before him.

Messalina before the death penalty imposed by her husband tried to convince the servant Narciso so that the sentence was not carried out. However, Narcissus had her executed and was carried out in the gardens of Lucullus by a centurion. Messalina would die at 23 after a life full of excesses.

Claudio was never fully aware of his wife's chores, and since he was forgetful, Messalina made him believe that he had been the one who had given all those orders, signing them himself. In fact, the day he signed his own wife's death warrant he did not remember it, and learned of his death because he was surprised that she did not come down to dinner with him at night.

Claudio, due to the humiliation he had suffered, after Messalina's death decreed that the name and effigies of which his wife had been be removed from all public and private places where he was referred to, due to the high rank that had flaunted.

He even ordered his Praetorian guard to kill him if he remarried, a promise that he did not fulfill, since he married his niece Agripina the Younger, this being his last marriage. That one conspired against the of Messalina; questioned the paternity of British, this being disinherited in favor of Nero, the of Agrippina, who after the death of Claudius would succeed him as emperor.

Messalina has gone down in history as a great nymphomaniac and a despot of power.

Messalina

Messalina was a very beautiful girl, slender and fast-moving, with eyes as black as jet and masses of curly black hair. She barely spoke a word, and she had a mysterious smile that almost drove me mad with love for her. She was so glad to escape from Caligula's hands, and realized so quickly the advantages that marrying me would bring her, that she behaved in a way that made me feel sure that she loved me as much as I loved her. That was practically the first time I fell in love with someone since youth, and when a fifty-something not very intelligent and not very attractive falls in love with a very attractive and very intelligent 15-year-old girl, he usually has very bad prospects. This is how Claudio described his wife Mesalina in the well-known work titled “Yo, Claudio” by Robert Graves.

Messalina (from 25 AD to 48 AD) has gone down in history, thanks to the historians of his time, with Tacitus in Annals and with Suetonius in The lives of the twelve Caesars, like the Empress who lived for sex and for sex. But who was that young woman whom the Emperor Claudius loved so much? Valeria Mesalina had a very short life, she only lived 24 years, but, intense, full of murder, lust and perversion. of Marco Valerio Mesala and Dominica Lépida, they were the poor relatives of the most powerful family in the Roman Empire; the gens Julia. Her mother had squandered the family fortune and without waiting for her become a vestal, she only saw a plausible way for her 's future: marry her a wealthy man from Rome. The lucky one was Senator Tiberio Claudio César Augusto Germánico, Messalina's uncle and 36 years older than her. For Claudio, after divorces, this would be his third marriage, and this time, with a much younger woman, 16 years old, and related him.

The image of the Senator was of a rich, lanky, sickly, lame, and stuttering man. Not to mention the fame of "idiot" who had the emperor's uncle, Caligula, who was the perfect candidate to be a puppet under the whims of the young woman. Neither the gift of rhetoric nor of the young woman's oratory were the qualities that captivated Claudio, rather, the admiration and love that she said she felt for her person, apart from the extraordinary beauty that she possessed. The marriage took place around AD 39, and for a short time Messalina seemed to accept the placid and quiet life as the wife of a Roman senator as the mother of : of a named Claudia Octavia and of a man named Tiberius Claudius. Germanic or, later, known by the nickname of British. Locked in this apparent calm, Messalina's life had a revulsion in 41 AD, coinciding with the murder of Emperor Caligula at the hands of the Praetorian Guard and, with it, the election of her husband as emperor. Overnight, Messalina went from being the wife of a Roman senator to being the wife of the Emperor of Rome, and she, the Empress, the first woman of the Empire, with unlimited power for her young age. Behold, the beginning of its fatal outcome, the key to a path of lust and death. Messalina went from being the wife of a Roman senator to being the wife of the Emperor of Rome, and she, the Empress, the first woman of the Empire, with unlimited power for her young age. Behold, the beginning of its fatal outcome, the key to a path of lust and death. Messalina went from being the wife of a Roman senator to being the wife of the Emperor of Rome, and she, the Empress, the first woman of the Empire, with unlimited power for her young age. Behold, the beginning of its fatal outcome, the key to a path of lust and death.

Such was the power and influence that it exerted that very soon he began to use it without thinking about the future consequences. Messalina's life turned 180 degrees and she went from being the first woman in Rome to being considered the first . The number of her lovers is unknown, since she never had any qualms about having sexual relations with acquaintances or strangers regardless of her social or economic condition. Of his sexual wanderings, the poet Décimo Junio ​​Juvenal would write in his Satires: “As soon as she believed that her husband was asleep, this imperial wore the cloak that she wore at night and left the house accompanied by a slave, since she preferred a cheap bed to the royal bed. Concealing her black hair in a blonde wig, she made her way to the magnifying glass of worn upholstery, where she had a camera reserved. Then she took her place, naked and with her golden nipples, attending to the name of Lyscisca and exhibiting stomach from where you come from, British nobleman" Juvenal not only collected his sexual wanderings, but historians of his time narrated that he went to his brothels at Susurra's nightly appointments, which was considered one of the worst neighborhoods in Rome, to satisfy his sexual appetite and, who did not hesitate to visit the dark streets looking for their possible night companions. One of his critics and "chronicler" of his deeds was Suetonius, who told her he liked masochism since he was flogged and liked that were riding roughly, even more, to be more explicit said " tasaba each cavalcade hit making himself , the last sesterce, like a commissioner who goes after the debtors" All this made her name synonymous with a corrupted woman. A well-known and commented anecdote, which, would describe her sexual voracity, was the sexual competition that she organized during her husband's absence, in the city of Scylla. The test consisted of a competition between her and a well-known of her time (who had been chosen by her guild for this feat), to see who managed to satisfy more men in one day. In history it is written that while the professional had 25 services, the empress offered a total of 200, although that number is exaggerated by Messalina's enemies.

The Empress's freedom to move around Rome was due to the fact that in the imperial era, Roman women enjoyed comfortable freedom, both in terms of property and movement. And to this we must add the period of debauchery that traveled the streets of the city, leaving behind the image of Roman matrons, so important and praised during the Republican era. All this helped the fact that the husband's wife was easily divorced, the moment he became infatuated with a young woman he could dissolve his union and be free to relate to his new lover. So it was not surprising that infidelity was up to date in that depraved society.

But not only his circle of lust was related to the lower classes of society. Her ambition was limitless and this led her to covet important men, without considering her competitors or their willingness to relate to her. She had her husband bring from Hispania who was his platonic love of adolescence, the consul Cayo Apio Silano, with whom he wanted to have a relationship but he refused to do so. Then she wanted to marry him to her mother but even with those she could not succumb to his charm. In the end, using his power and influence and backed by Narcissus, Claudio's freedman, accused him of conspiring against her husband and was removed from the picture. Others who suffered his ambition and depravity were: Senator Vinicio, who after widowing his wife Julia because of Messalina's jealousy, was poisoned. And the old consul Valerio Asiaticus, who although he was his lover, accused him before her husband and died after having his veins opened. But neither were their "competitors" free of their influence. Julia, the niece of her husband Claudio, was killed because of her jealousy and Popea, who was her rival to the love of actor Mnester, was accused of adultery and forced to commit suicide.

The climax of all this madness occurred in 48 AD when Messalina fell head over heels in love with Consul Cayo Silio, who was considered one of the most handsome men in the Empire. He divorced his wife and had no better idea than to marry him while her husband was away from Rome. At marriage, the "girlfriend" managed to either falsify or have her husband sign a contract while he was drunk, in which she contributed a juicy dowry to that new bond. The couple organized a grandiose wedding banquet and invited consuls, senators, and important members of Roman society. The celebrations lasted a whole day. But while Messalina was busy celebrating their nuptials, the freedman Narciso informed Claudio of his wife's actions and purpose, to repudiate him and finish him off. For once Claudius was not in the business of ignoring or not seeing the actions of his imperial wife, and left Ostia to go to Rome, and solve this bizarre story. Once there, he had the boyfriend killed and after getting drunk, he had his wife brought before him. Messalina would die at 23 after a life full of excesses.

It is striking the freedom with which Messalina acted, the absolute power that he had over people's lives, his arrogance to act before a society scandalized by his debauchery, the arrogance with which he carried out the death sentence of so many people and its influence before the Emperor and its parsimony before all these events. Furthermore, Claudio was never fully aware of his wife's chores, and since he was forgetful, Messalina made him believe that he had been the one who had given all those orders, signing them himself. In fact, the day he signed his own wife's death warrant he did not remember it, and learned of his death because he was surprised that she did not come down to dinner with him at night.

If you want to read more:

The Twelve Caesars, by Suetonius.
The Powers of Venus, by Alicia Misrahi.
Real pleasures. Kings, queens, sex and cuisine, by Toti Martínez de Lezea. Maeva Publishing House.
Me, Claudio, by Robert Graves. Editorial Alliance.




Tags: Caligula , Emperor Claudius , Herminia Medina , Ancient History , women's history , Rome History , Roman Empire , Juvenal , The lives of the twelve Caesars , The Eyes of Hypatia , Messalina , Rome Women , Robert Graves , Rome , Senator Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augusto Germánico , Suetonio , Tácito , Valencia , Yo Claudio
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One response to “The murky story of Messalina”

Enrique

Jan 09. 2018

Very illustrative description of Messalina ... without interpretations, apparently brainy. So it must be. The character, more than the scribe

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5/24/2020 8:02 am

Italian Movie made of the life of Messalina


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5/24/2020 8:04 am

Mexican movie made of the life of Messelina


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German Movie Roman Emperor Caligula and Messina


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5/24/2020 8:19 am

Roman Senators having an Orgy with Messina painting


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5/24/2020 8:21 am

Messina on the arms of a Gladiator painting


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5/24/2020 8:27 am

Cayo Apio Silano with Messina..her last lover before both were killed by her husband Emperor Claudio..painting


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5/24/2020 8:30 am

Roman coin with her Face...only Emperors had their face printed on a coin, she convinced her husband the Emperor to make some in her honor


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5/24/2020 8:34 am

Cameo with the effigy of Messalina and the figure of his two sons


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5/24/2020 9:50 am

Messina was the Queen of the Wigs....she had more than 400...
Emperor Caligula wore a wig in his night walks, we assume that to avoid being recognized.
Mesalina takes advantage of the night rest of her husband Claudio , to flee the imperial palace in order to alleviate her unsatisfied sensuality, she used a blonde wig, according to Juvenal, these were preferred by courtesans and prostitutes. The wig, as the daughter of coquetry, is so ancient as the world.
The hair, if it was abundant better, because it responded to a seduction code: it embellished the woman. Tousled hair was a powerful erotic message, so wigs obeyed these patterns.


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5/24/2020 10:06 am

Messina wigs were made from her German slaves hairs.


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5/24/2020 10:11 am

Valeria Messalina the Nymphomaniac Queen


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