Lavinia (disambiguation)

Lavinia (disambiguation)

Lavinia was the daughter of Latinus and Amata in Roman mythology.

Lavinia may also refer to:

* Lavínia, São Paulo, Brazil
* Lavinia (band), a Virginia musical group
* "Lavinia (genus)", a genus of cyprinid fish containing the hitches
* "Lavinia" (song), a 2003 song and single by "The Veils"
* Lavinia Andronicus, a character in the Shakespearean tragedy "Titus Andronicus"
* Lavinia Arguelles, a fictional character in the television series "Bituing Walang Ningning"
* Lavinia Herbert, a character in the novel "A Little Princess"
* Lavinia Whateley, a character in the short story "The Dunwich Horror"
* Lavinia Mannon, a character in Eugene O'Neill's "Mourning Becomes Electra"
* "Lavinia", a 2008 novel by Ursula K. Le Guin

People named Lavinia:

* Emma Lavinia Gifford (1840-1912), first wife of the poet Thomas Hardy
* Lavinia Burnett (died 1845), first woman to be executed in the state of Arkansas
* Lavinia Byrne (born 1948), Roman Catholic former nun
* Lavinia Chilton (19th century), Texas politician
* Lavinia Crosse (19th century), founder of the Community of All Hallows
* Lavinia Fenton (1708-1760), English actress
* Lavinia Fisher (1793-1820), first female serial killer in the United States of America
* Lavinia Fitzalan-Howard, Duchess of Norfolk (1916-1995), British peeress
* Lavinia Fontana (1552-1614), Italian painter
* Lavinia Greenlaw (born 1962), English poet and novelist
* Lavinia Meijer (born 1983), Dutch harpist
* Lavinia Miloşovici (born 1976), Romanian Olympic gymnast
* Lavinia Padarath (21st century), Fijian politician
* Lavinia Ryves (1797-1871), impostor pretender
* Lavinia Warner (20th century), British television producer
* Lavinia Warren (1841-1919), American dwarf
* Lavinia Williams (1916-1989), African-American dancer and dance educator

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