Category:Ancient Greek female painters in De mulieribus claris

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Iaia 
Roman artist
Woodcut illustration of the artist Marcia Varronis (or Iaia of Cyzicus) - Penn Provenance Project.jpg
Il·lustració de Màrcia Severa, per Giovanni Boccaccio, a De mulieribus claris (1376)
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Date of birthc. 100 BC (circa)
Cyzicus
Date of deathUnknown
ancient Rome
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Iaia (it); Iaia de Cízic (ca); Iaia (de); Iaia (en); Iaia från Cyzicus (sv); Iaia (fr); Iaia de Cícico (es); Iaia (nl) artista romana (ca); Roman artist (en); griechische Malerin (de); pittrice dell'antica Roma (it) Iaia of Cyzicus, Marcia, Marcia Varronis, Màrcia Severa (en); Iaia de Cízic, Lala de Cízic, Laia de Cízic, Màrcia Severa, Marcia, Marcia Varronis (ca)

six female artists of antiquity mentioned in Pliny the Elder's Natural History: Timarete, Irene, Calypso, Aristarete, Iaia, Olympias. They are mentioned later in Boccaccio's De mulieribus claris.

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