I the name of a Roman gens. Its most celebrated members were Ti. and C. Sempronius Gracchus, after whom are named the leges Semproniae (v. infra, A.); fem. Sempronia, wife of D. Junius Brutus, and sharer in Catiline's conspiracy,
Sempronia Horrea, a place where, by a law of C. Gracchus, the public corn was stored,
senatusconsultum, introduced by C. Sempronius Rufus,
clades, suffered by the consul C. Sempronius Atratinus,
Charlton T. Lewis; Charles Short , A Latin Dictionary; Founded on Andrews' edition of Freund's Latin dictionary (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [latindico19].