Agrippina may refer to:

In people:

  • Vipsania Agrippina (36 BC–20), daughter of Caecilia Attica and first wife of the Emperor Tiberius
  • Vipsania Marcella Agrippina (born 27 BC), daughter of Claudia Marcella Major and first wife of general Publius Quinctilius Varus
  • Julia the Younger or Vipsania Julia Agrippina (19 BC–28 or early 29), daughter of Julia the Elder and wife of Lucius Aemilius Paullus
  • Agrippina the Elder or Julia Vipsania Agrippina (14 BC–33), daughter of Julia the Elder, wife of Germanicus and mother of Emperor Caligula
  • Agrippina the Younger or Julia Agrippina (15–59), daughter of Agrippina the Elder and Germanicus, wife of Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus and later Claudius, mother of Nero
  • Agrippina of Mineo, 3rd-century Christian saint and martyr
  • Asinia Agrippina, a possible granddaughter of Vipsania Agrippina and possible second cousin to Agrippina the Younger
  • Antonia Agrippina, a possible granddaughter of Roman Governor of Judea, Antonius Felix
  • Vibullia Alcia Agrippina, mother of the Greek Senator and Sophist Herodes Atticus
  • Osinia Agrippina, a noble woman who descended from Julius or Iulius Capitolinus, who was one of the biographers of the Augustan History

In other uses:

  • Agrippina (opera), an opera by George Frideric Handel
  • Church of Saint Agrippina, a Catholic church founded in Mineo and named after Saint Agrippina of Mineo, who is the patron Saint of the town
  • Chapel of Saint Agrippina di Mineo, another Catholic Church located in Boston and named after Saint Agrippina of Mineo

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