Lavinia Parilla Net Worth | Weight, Height, Age

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For 10.03.2020 – We have next information about Lavinia Parilla earnings, net worth: $56,018,585 Dollars*

Source of income: Actors.

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Birth date and age: February 9, 1994

The place of birth (POB): Italy

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How tall is Lavinia Parilla – 1,79m.**
How much weight is Lavinia Parilla – 82kg**
**We have a new information about height&weight of Lavinia Parilla. It was submitted by Jerrylee Damon, 42 years old. Job: (Stave-Machine Tender). From Cincinnati, Iowa.

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Summary

In Roman mythology, Lavinia (/l??v?ni?/, Latin: L?u?n?a [la??wi?nia]) is the daughter of Latinus and Amata and the last wife of Aeneas.Lavinia, the only child of the king and ripe for marriage, had been courted by many men who hoped to become the king of Latium. Turnus, ruler of the Rutuli, was the most likely of the suitors, having the favor of Queen Amata. King Latinus is later warned by his father Faunus in a dream oracle that his daughter is not to marry a Latin.Propose no Latin alliance for your daughter,Son of mine, distrust the bridal chamberNow prepared. Men from abroad will comeAnd be your sons by marriage. Blood so mingledLifts our name starward.

Children of that stockWill see all earth turned Latin at their feet,Governed by them, as far as on his roundsThe Sun looks down on Ocean, East or West.Lavinia has what is perhaps her most, or only, memorable moment in Book 7 of the Aeneid, lines 69–83: during sacrifice at the altars of the gods, Lavinias hair catches fire, an omen promising glorious days to come for Lavinia and war for all Latins.Aeneas and Lavinia had one son, Silvius. Aeneas named the city Lavinium for her. According to an account by Livy, Ascanius was the son of Aeneas and Lavinia, and she ruled the Latins as a power behind the throne, for Ascanius was too young to rule.

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