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Dryadia, Julia – (c309 – c370 AD)
Julia Dryadia was the daughter of Julius Ausonius from Aquitaine in Gaul, praetorian prefect of Illyria (377 AD), and his wife Aemilia Aeonia. She was sister to the famous poet Decimus Magnus Ausonius (c310 – c394 AD) and became the wife of a senator, Pomponius Maximus of Bordeaux. Widowed when young, Dryadia never remarried and died aged sixty. Her son, Pomponius Maximus Herculanus was a pupil of Ausonius and later became a grammaticus at his uncle’s school in Bordeaux, but died young. Her daughter Megentira became the wife of Paulinus, governor of Tarraconensis, and left descendants.
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Druziakina, Sophia Ivanovna – (1880 – 1953)
Druziakina was born in Kiev, and received her vocal training from Anna Santagano-Gorchakova. She was appointed solist with the Zimin Opera (1910 – 1917). Druziakina appeared with the Russian Seasons in Paris (1910), and was later appointed as asolist with the Theatre of the Moscow Soviet of Workers’ Deputies (1917 – 1924). Appointed a professor at the Moscow Conservatory (1930), Druziakina retired fifteen years later (1945). Sophia Druziakina died in Moscow, aged seventy-three (Oct 30, 1953).