Apud antīquās dominās, Cornēlia, Āfricānī fīlia, erat maximē clāra. Fīliī eius erant Tiberius Gracchus et Gāius Gracchus. Iī puerī cum Cornēliā in oppidō Rōmā, clārō Italiae oppidō, habitābant. Ibi eōs cūrābat Cornēlia et ibi magnō cum studiō eōs docēbat. Bona fēmina erat Cornēlia et bonam disciplīnam maximē amābat. (Beginner’s Guide to Latin)
Among the old mistresses, Cornelia, the daughter of Africanus, was especially famous. Her children were Tiberius Gracchus and Gaius Gracchus. These boys lived with Cornelia in the Roman city, the most famous city of Italy. There Cornelia cared for them and she taught them with great zeal. Cornelia was a good woman and she especially loved good discipline.