Vital Statistics
Gender Female





Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Light Brown
Cause of Death Unknown
Used Weapons


Sistina Decimia ​was a Roman woman of upper class and the daughter of Senator Decimus. She was later married to Praetor Titus Glaucia, and had two sons: Fulvius and Lucretius.


Sistina was born 97 BC ,as the first born daughter of Senator Decimusand his wife Aquilla. She grew up along with her sibling's. At some point of her life, Sistina got married to Titus Glaucia and became the mother of Fulvius and Lucretius. She had an affair with Marcus Licinius Crassus


Sistina was raised a lady, and possesses the traditional feminine graces of her milieu, with a keen interest in music, poetry, singing, dancing, embroidery, and other traditional feminine activities. Like many girls, Sistina was enthralled by songs and stories of romance and adventure, particularly those depicting handsome princes, honorable knights, chivalry, and love. She was often criticized for being too docile, submissive, and a bit of a doormat.

However, Sistina was a mature and collected individual, intelligent and elegant, she appreciates the value of patience and planning.To ease her stress, she may compose melodies or poems. Her art was her alternative means of inspiring courage and peace of mind to herself and others. She was a filial daughter to her peace-loving father. Sistina shared her father's sentiments of avoiding needless conflict and protecting order. 


Sistina was traditionally beautiful, with her high cheekbones, vivid blue eyes and with long, thick curled brown hair and a heart-shaped face with a wide forehead. Her nose was thin and her lips were full. Sistina's eyebrows are darker than her hair and are straighter than they are arched. Her figure has been described as tall, graceful and womanly. It was described that she moves very gracefully, continually cited as dancing and  has a soft spoken, high soprano voice.

Due to her father's and husband's wealth she was always seen wearing lavish dresses and extravagant jewelry. Sistina was rather pretty and unintentionally attracted the attention of several men.


Sistina was the wife of Titus Glaucia and the mother of Fulvius and Lucretius, as well as the daughter of Decimus Cruscellio and Aquilla. She was also the sister of Theon, Larcius and Luciella. Sistina was as well the sister-in-law of Helvia and the aunt of Sulpica.

Titus Glaucia

Fulvius and Lucretius




Luciella was Sistina's younger sister, they had an extremely close relationship as they shared a love music and poems.


Helvia was a kind and shy woman and sister-in-law of Sistina. Before Helvia married Theon, Sistina's brother, they shared a old friendship.  


Sulpicia was Sistina's niece and the daughter of Theon. Sistina took care of her, like she was her own daughter. Sistina brought her later to rome to find a husband for her. 


Aquilla was Sistina's mother. Sistina was very close to her mother, but not much was known about their relationship, but it was known that they cared for each other deeply.

Decimus Cruscellio


"Sistina" may have been derived from the Latin word sistere, meaning “to cause to stand.”