Octavia     27mm aVF bronze of Cnossus, Crete
NERO CLAV CAES AVG IMP LVPINO VOLVMNIO II - Nero, bare head right, scepter over l. shoulder
NERO CLAV CAES AVG IMP ET OCTAVIA AVGVSTI - Bare head of Nero l., surmounted by star, facing draped bust of Octavia r., surmounted by crescent
Sear GIC-655
To me, Octavia is one of the supreme tragedies of history.  OK, she had breeding (which as we've seen in the case of Nero, means bupkis) but she was also a decent, upright and dignified lady who knew the the importance of the responsibility her birth had thrust upon her.  Being Claudius' daughter she was encouraged to marry Nero to secure his stepson's ascension.  He found others (which I'm sure she didn't find surprising), but then he sought to replace her with others, which she wouldn't tolerate.  She wound up divorced and banished to an island off Italy where within two days she was bound and her wrists slit.  She was twentyone.