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Iulius Caesar, Gaius

(RE 131) born 100 bc (Suetonius Divus Iulius 88. 1), of a patrician family without social equals, as descendants of Venus and Aeneas, but with little recent political success. ...

Iulius (RE 135) Caesar Strabo Vopiscus, Gaius

Iulius (RE 135) Caesar Strabo Vopiscus, Gaius   Reference library

Ernst Badian

The Oxford Classical Dictionary (4 ed.)

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... ( RE 135) Caesar Strabo Vopiscus, Gaius , brother of Lucius Iulius Caesar (1) and half-brother of Q. Lutatius Catulus (1) , supported C. Marius (1) , who married Iulia (1) , and was land commissioner under a law of L. Appuleius Saturninus passed for Marius. He was aedile 90 bc and, without having been praetor, wanted a special dispensation to stand for the consulship of 88, hoping for the Mithradatic command ( see mithradates vi ). Opposed by Marius and by P. Sulpicius Rufus , he made them into allies. He was killed after Marius'...

Iulius (RE 134) Caesar, C. (3), Gaius

Iulius (RE 134) Caesar, C. (3), Gaius   Reference library

Geoffrey Walter Richardson, Theodore John Cadoux, and Ernst Badian

The Oxford Classical Dictionary (4 ed.)

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... ( RE 134) Caesar, C. (3), Gaius , eldest son of Agrippa and Iulia (3) , was born in 20 bc and adopted by Augustus in 17 . Augustus evidently hoped that he or his brother L. Iulius Caesar (4) would succeed him, and the favour he showed them probably caused *Tiberius' retirement in 6 . In 5 , when Gaius assumed the toga virilis , he was designated consul for ad 1 , admitted to the senate, and saluted by the equites as princeps iuventutis . From now on he was virtually heir apparent. In 1 bc he married Livia Iulia and was sent...

Iulius Caesar, Gaius

Iulius Caesar, Gaius  

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(RE 134)eldest son of Agrippa and Iulia (3), was born in 20 bc and adopted by Augustus in 17. Augustus evidently hoped that he or his brother L. Iulius ...
Iulius Caesar, Gaius

Iulius Caesar, Gaius  

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(RE 131)born 100 bc (Suetonius Divus Iulius 88. 1), of a patrician family without social equals, as descendants of Venus and Aeneas, but with little recent political success. His ...
Iulius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus, Gaius

Iulius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus, Gaius  

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(RE 135)brother of Lucius Iulius Caesar (1) and half-brother of Q. Lutatius Catulus (1), supported C. Marius (1), who married Iulia (1), and was land commissioner under a law ...
Iulius Caesar, Lucius

Iulius Caesar, Lucius  

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(RE 145)second son of Agrippa and Iulia (3), was born in 17 bc and at once adopted, with his elder brother Gaius Iulius Caesar (2), by Augustus. In 2 ...
Iulius Caesar, Lucius

Iulius Caesar, Lucius  

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(RE 144)son of (2), played a part, obscure in detail, in negotiations between Caesar and Pompey, under whom he was serving, in 49 bc. After failing to prevent the ...
Iulius Caesar Nero ‘Gemellus’, Tiberius

Iulius Caesar Nero ‘Gemellus’, Tiberius  

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(RE 156)one of the twin sons born in ad 19 to Drusus Iulius Caesar (1), son of Tiberius, and Livilla (Livia Iulia). Tiberius made him heir to his property ...
Iulius Caesar, Lucius

Iulius Caesar, Lucius  

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(RE 143)son of (1) and father of (3), hence uncle of M. Antonius (2). quaestor in Asia 77 bc, he was consul 64 and censor, with C. Scribonius Curio ...
Livia Iulia

Livia Iulia  

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(RE ‘Livius’ 38)daughter of Nero Claudius Drusus and Antonia (3), often called Livilla. Born c.13 bc, she married C. Iulius Caesar (2) and after his death Drusus Iulius Caesar ...
Avillius Flaccus, Aulus

Avillius Flaccus, Aulus  

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Schoolfellow of C. Iulius Caesar (2) and L. Iulius Caesar (4) and a friend of Tiberius and Macro. In ad 29 he prosecuted Vipsania Agrippina (2). As prefect of Egypt ...
princeps iuventutis

princeps iuventutis  

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The phrase first appears with constitutional significance after the reorganization of the iuventūs by Augustus (see iuvenes). Probably in 5 and 2 bc respectively the equestrian order gave silver ...
Aurelia

Aurelia  

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(RE ‘Aurelius’ 248),of the family of the Cottae, was the mother of C. Iulius Caesar (1). She watched over the conduct of his wife Pompeia and detected P. Clodius ...
Caninius Rebilus, Gaius

Caninius Rebilus, Gaius  

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(RE 9)of praetorian family, served as Caesar's legatus in 52 bc against Vercingetorix. In 49 he was sent by Caesar to Pompey to arrange a compromise, and then fought ...
Hyginus, Gaius Iulius

Hyginus, Gaius Iulius  

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A Spaniard (according to another account, an Alexandrian brought to Rome by Caesar), a freedman of Augustus, appointed by him librarian of the Palatine Library (Suetonius De grammaticis 20). A ...
Aelius Sēiānus, Lūcius

Aelius Sēiānus, Lūcius  

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Of Volsinïï, d. ad 31. Sejanus' father was an equestrian, Seius Strabo. Sejanus, who had attended Augustus' grandson Gaius Iulius Caesar (2) in the east, was made Strabo's colleague as praetorian ...
Rubellius Blandus, Gaius

Rubellius Blandus, Gaius  

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(RE 5; Suppl. 14)grandson of C. Rubellius Blandus, novus homo, suffect consul ad 18, governed Africa 35/6, pontifex. He married Iulia, daughter of Tiberius' son Drusus Iulius Caesar (1) ...
Verrius Flaccus, Marcus

Verrius Flaccus, Marcus  

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(RE 2) (c. 55 bc?–c. ad 20?),a freedman and innovative teacher who became tutor of Augustus' grandsons (see Iulius Caesar (2), C. and Iulius Caesar (4), L.). He was ...
Claudius Marcellus, Gaius

Claudius Marcellus, Gaius  

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(RE 216)first cousin of M. Claudius Marcellus (4), was consul 50 bc. Frustrated in his efforts to procure Caesar's recall, he called on Pompey to take command of the ...
Calvisius Sabinus, Gaius

Calvisius Sabinus, Gaius  

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(RE 13)of obscure and probably non-Latin family, served under Caesar in Greece in 48 bc and became governor of Africa in 45. Praetor in 44, he tried to protect ...

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