Queen Berenice

Born 28 A.D., eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa, King of the Jews. She had two sons by a marriage to her uncle Herod, King of Calchis; then lived in incest with her brother, King Agrippa II, whose favour Paul courted at Caesarea (see Acts xxv and xxvi); married King Polemon of Cilicia; deserted him and returned to her brother; did her best to prevent the Roman procurator Gessius Florus from massacring the Jews in 65 A.D.; joined the Romans just before the Revolt, and afterwards went with Vespasian to Rome. She was over forty when Titus fell in love with her.

Note from Titus by Suetonius