A naval battle was held on a flooded basin at the Field of Mars. Antonia would often offer Caligula advice, but he once told her, I can treat anyone exactly as I please! Father Gaius Julius III Caesar (124bc-84bc) Mother Aurelia. Between 58 and 50BC, Caesar enlarged his powerbase by conquering Gaul (much of modern France and Belgium). Caesar had four legions under his command, two of his provinces bordered on unconquered territory, and parts of Gaul were known to be unstable. When Caesar arrived there, he installed Cleopatra, daughter of the late King Ptolemy XII, as queen. ... republicans! However, the result was another Roman civil war, which ultimately led to the establishment of a permanent autocracy by Caesar's adopted heir, Gaius Octavianus. Brutus and his companions then marched to the Capitol while crying out to their beloved city: "People of Rome, we are once again free!" At the same time he saw to it that young Caesar was appointed flamen dialis, one of an archaic priesthood with no power. 2. Antonia had many male friends and they included the wealthy Jew, Alexander the Alabarch, as well as Lucius Vitellius, a consul and father of future Emperor Aulus Vitellius. The mob then attacked the houses of Brutus and Cassius, where they were repelled only with considerable difficulty, ultimately providing the spark for the Liberators' civil war, fulfilling at least in part Antony's threat against the aristocrats. In 52 bc, with Crassus out of the way, Pompey was made sole consul. Pompey was appointed sole consul as an emergency measure, and married the daughter of a political opponent of Caesar. Livilla  Erasmus, however, notes that the more accurate Latin translation of the Greek imperative mood would be "alea iacta esto", let the die be cast. This identified him with his uncle's extremist politics, and his marriage in 84 bc to Cornelia, the daughter of Marius's associate, Cinna, further confirmed him as a radical. On 14 January, Livia’s child was born. This united the two men, who also found common cause with Pompey. The new emperor awarded Antonia a senatorial decree, granting her all the honors Livia Drusilla had received in her lifetime. Since Caesar had no male heirs, he stipulated in his will that his grandnephew, Octavius, become his successor. Caesar was a gifted writer, with a clear and simple style. The earliest accounts of these seizures were made by the biographer Suetonius, who was born after Caesar died. The original /k/ is preserved in Norse mythology, where he is manifested as the legendary king Kjárr. Octavius was elected quaestor in 70 BCE. Many translated example sentences containing "Gaius Julius Caesar" – Italian-English dictionary and search engine for Italian translations. Drusus was the youngest son of Roman Empress Livia Drusilla from her marriage to Tiberius Nero (I). [Everyone... accept perhaps the losers... loves to celebrate a winner.] Caesar pursued Pompey, hoping to capture him before his legions could escape. Obviously, there was a LOT of sibling and cousin rivalry! Other works historically have been attributed to Caesar, but their authorship is in doubt: These narratives were written and published annually during or just after the actual campaigns, as a sort of "dispatches from the front." The other conspirators crowded round to offer support. Julia Caesaris Major Antonia was one of the most prominent Roman women. Married: When Caesar returned to Rome, the Senate granted him triumphs for his victories, ostensibly those over Gaul, Egypt, Pharnaces, and Juba, rather than over his Roman opponents. [Gee, I wonder why?]. [See what I mean?] The last tsar in nominal power was Simeon II of Bulgaria, whose reign ended in 1946. His mother Julia was a daughter of Lucius Caesar (consul 90 BCE, censor 89 BCE), another Marian victim slain with Antonius Orator. Her husband, the elder Gaius Caesar (III), was often away, so the task of raising their son fell mostly on Aurelia's shoulders. Julia was soon remarried to Publius Cornelius Lentulus (Sura) (consul 71 BCE), an eminent patrician politician and co-leader of the infamous Conspiracy of Catiline named after the latter... but apparently no one was related to Spartacus... at least no family relationship. Following Sulla's final victory, though, Caesar's connections to the old regime made him a target for the new one. He played a critical role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. római hadvezér és politikus. Marcia Regia  Quintus Marcius Rex  Two teenage sons  Ancus Marcius  Pompilia (=Marcius)  Numa Pompilius (=Tatia)... or direct from Romulus (=Hersilia)  Romulus (=Hersilia)  Rhea Silvia (=Mars/Ares)  Numitor  Procas  Aventinus  Romulus Silvius  Agrippa  Tibernius Silvius  Capetus  Capys  Atys  Alba  Latinus Silvius  Aeneas Silvius  Silvius (I)  Aeneas (=Lavinia)  Anchises (=Inanna)  Capys (=Themiste)  Assaracus (=Aigesta)  Tros (=Callirrhoe; or Acallaris)  Erichthonius (=Astyoche)  Dardanus (=Batea)  ---- Enki (=Electra)  Anu and Antu  Anshar and Kishar  Lahmu and Lahamu  Tiamat and Absu , Marcia Regia married Gaius Julius Caesar II. He was soon called back into military action in Asia, raising a band of auxiliaries to repel an incursion from the east. It's all about family. And yet... perhaps his greatest failure was to actually find a spot in the family lineage leading to all of the really interesting people... like myself, for example. He also extended Latin rights throughout the Roman world, and then abolished the tax system and reverted to the earlier version that allowed cities to collect tribute however they wanted, rather than needing Roman intermediaries. An image of her was paraded in a carriage. The Commentarii de Bello Gallico, usually known in English as The Gallic Wars, seven books each covering one year of his campaigns in Gaul and southern Britain in the 50s BC, with the eighth book written by Aulus Hirtius on the last two years. 3) Livia Drusilla (38 BC–AD 14), Children: [No one wants a senator to smells like a stable.] Caesar was now 22 years old. Appian documented the history of the Roman Empire. It’s the kind of thing that has just got to stunt your growth.]. Caesar had four documented episodes of what may have been complex partial seizures. Suetonius reports that others have said Caesar's last words were the Greek phrase "καὶ σύ, τέκνον;" (transliterated as "Kai su, teknon? However, Pompey apparently declined the proposal. It helped that he was Caesar's second cousin, once removed, by his mother Julia Antonia. Augustus declined some other honors decreed to her by the senate, for reasons unknown. 2. Magistrates held office for one year before joining Rome's powerful advisory council, the Senate. Ex-partner of Eunoë of Mauretania Dictator Gaius Claudius Crassus (c. 337 BC) [?] Tiberius CLAUDIUS Nero Julia with Cornelia Cinnilla, born in 83 or 82 BC. With the order that sent his legions across the Rubicon, Caesar began a civil war in 49 BCE from which he emerged as the unrivaled leader of the Roman world. The Roman middle and lower classes, with whom Caesar was immensely popular and had been since before Gaul, became enraged that a small group of aristocrats had killed their champion. Han ble senere diktator på livstid og utarbeidet mange reformer, både sosialt og politisk. • Ptolemy Philadelphus (Cleopatra), Octavia did not marry a third time. Together with Pompeius and Marcus Licinius Crassus, he was part of the first Triumvirate. Gaius Caesar (adoptive), oldest son of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Julia the Elder. Octavian divorced Scribonia in 39 BCE, on the very day that Scribonia gave birth to his daughter Julia the Elder (Cassius Dio)... in what has to be considered a masterpiece in timing. Gaius Julius Caesar III (ca. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Caesar''''', _UID: C40B2AFA5118D811BE490080C8C142CC63E2. He also wanted to convert Ostia to a major port, and cut a canal through the Isthmus of Corinth. A lifesize wax statue of Caesar was later erected in the forum displaying the 23 stab wounds. Octavia was his fourth wife (his third wife Fulvia having died shortly before). Much of the city was rebuilt under Augustus; and he wrote a record of his own accomplishments, known as the Res Gestae Divi Augusti, which has survived. By the following year all Optimate forces had been defeated and the Mediterranean world pacified. He set the length of the year to 365.25 days by adding an intercalary/leap day at the end of February every fourth year. Also, at the time, Sparta was conquering the Messenians, the Eastern Chou Dynasty in China was prepping for another 500 years or so of rule ...and finally the first dated performance of the Olympic Games in Greece was already in the record books. He was born to Gaius Julius Caesar and Aurelia putting him in probably the most prestigious and strong rooted clans, the Julian clan. After an astonishing 27-day route-march, Caesar defeated Pompey's lieutenants, then returned east, to challenge Pompey in Illyria, where, in July 48 BC in the battle of Dyrrhachium, Caesar barely avoided a catastrophic defeat. FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. In 55 BC, Caesar repelled an incursion into Gaul by two Germanic tribes, and followed it up by building a bridge across the Rhine and making a show of force in Germanic territory, before returning and dismantling the bridge. Despite scattered outbreaks of warfare the following year, Gaul was effectively conquered. ], • Atia Balba Prima - mother of Quintus Pedius who served as a general and consul. Nevertheless, his great-great-grandfather Gaius Octavius fought as a military Tribune in Sicily during the Second Punic War. married: On 15 March, 44BC, a group of Republicans stabbed Caesar to death in the Senate. Mye om hans liv er kjent, både fra hans egne verker og fra senere historikere som Suetonius, Plutark og Cassius Dio. The name Atia Balba was also borne by the other two daughters of Julia Caesaris Minor and her husband praetor Marcus Atius Balbus. Augustus expanded the Roman Empire, secured its boundaries with client states, and made peace with Parthia through diplomacy. Caesar manipulated the pirates and he began to have so much control over them that they would stop talking or making noise upon his demands if he was trying to sleep or read. The Forum of Caesar, with its Temple of Venus Genetrix, was then built, among many other public works. Gaius Julius Caesar OCTAVIANUS Thurinus AUGUSTUS (Augustus), In 59 BCE, Atia's husband Gaius Octavius died on his way to Rome to stand for the consulship and Atia promptly married a second time, her new husband a supporter of Julius Caesar IV. Octavian, aged only 18 when Caesar died, proved to have considerable political skills, and while Antony dealt with Decimus Brutus in the first round of the new civil wars, Octavian consolidated his tenuous position. The later biographies of Caesar by Suetonius and Plutarch are also major sources. Thus, his name is pronounced in a similar way to the pronunciation of the German Kaiser. Caesar would later fight these institutions to become dictator of Rome. This informal alliance, known as the First Triumvirate ("rule of three men"), was cemented by the marriage of Pompey to Caesar's daughter Julia. Caesar then increased the number of magistrates who were elected each year, which created a large pool of experienced magistrates, and allowed Caesar to reward his supporters. Check it out (under Descendants)! Except... of course... for Julia the Sandwiched (Sandwiched Latin for the in-between).]. Octavian set about solidifying his power, and the era of the Roman Empire began. He could not do both in the time available. Hans erobring av Gallia i Frankrike utbredte det romerske imperium helt til Atlanterhavskysten, noe som har gitt ringvirkninger helt opp til i dag. Caesar replaced this calendar with the Egyptian calendar, which was regulated by the sun. Marcus Atius Balbus  Marcus Atius Balbus (=Pompeia)  ...unknown. When Livia Drusilla died in June 29 CE, Antonia took care of Caligula, Agrippina the Younger, Julia Drusilla, Julia Livilla and later Claudia Antonia (Claudius's daughter through his second wife Aelia Paetina), and her younger grandchildren. Hearing of Sulla's death in 78 BC, Caesar felt safe enough to return to Rome. In 85 BC, Caesar's father died suddenly, so Caesar was the head of the family at 16. The cognomen "Caesar" originated, according to Pliny the Elder, with an ancestor who was born by caesarean section (from the Latin verb to cut, caedere, caes-). As a sign of leniency, he first had their throats cut. These attempts proved ineffective in obstructing Caesar's legislation. Caesar further charged him with Roman colonies in Gaul and other provinces. Tiberius would later marry Augustus' daughter Julia the Elder (from his marriage to Scribonia) and from this, be later adopted by Augustus. Sextus Julius Caesar III (a politician and supporter of Gaius Marius) The pirates demanded a ransom of 20 talents of silver, but he insisted that they ask for 50. Gaius Julius Caesar IV [JULIUS CAESAR] was a Roman military and political leader. In 47 bc he pacified Asia Minor and returned to Rome to become dictator again. Caesar's father, also called Gaius Julius Caesar, governed the province of Asia, and his sister Julia, Caesar's aunt, married Gaius Marius, one of the most prominent figures in the Republic. Plutarch writes that many Romans found the triumph held following Caesar's victory to be in poor taste, as those defeated in the civil war had not been foreigners, but instead fellow Romans. In 4 CE, Augustus finally decided in favor of Tiberius, his stepson, but he had apparently preferred to adopt Germanicus as a son and name him his heir. By covering his ear, Alexander indicated that he had turned his attention from an accusation in order to hear the defense. Provoking a war with the Parthian Empire, he was defeated and killed at Carrhae in 53 bc. Roman satirists ever after referred to the year as "the consulship of Julius and Caesar.". Young Caesar firmly refused, and by so doing, put himself at great risk from Sulla. As a model of clear and direct Latin style, The Gallic Wars traditionally has been studied by first- or second-year Latin students. At first life was great for him in Rome; he was young, well liked, and he had his wife, but soon Caesar heard of Sulla's hostility toward him and he fled to Bythinia, under orders from the praetor of Asia, where he sought to raise a fleet under King Nicomedes, which was his first military campaign, in 81Bc (Caesars-might and madness-Brownjohn p. 48). Caesar's cognomen itself became a title; it was promulgated by the Bible, which contains the famous verse "Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's". She did it simply in order to remove rivals. Pompey and Crassus both ran for the consulship—an office held by two men—in 70 bc. Besides rearing her children, Antonia was an active grandmother to the Emperor Caligula, the Empress Agrippina the Younger and through Agrippina, great-grandmother and great-aunt to the Emperor Nero. In response to Caesar's earlier activities, the tribes in the north-east began to arm themselves. Refusing that order, he found it prudent to leave Rome. Marcellus, a friend of Cicero, was an initial opponent of Julius Caesar when Caesar invaded Italy, but did not take up arms against his wife's great uncle at the Battle of Pharsalus, and was accordingly eventually pardoned by him. She was also offered the title of Augusta, previously only given to Augustus's wife Livia, but rejected it. This coalition gave Caesar the power to assume the consulship of Rome. In 50BC, the Senate, with support from Pompey, demanded that Caesar return to Rome without his army and surrender his office. Gaius Octavius, the Roman Macedonian governor and later, Senator This removed the last buffer between Caesar and Pompey; their family ties had been broken by the death of Julia in 54 bc. Come to think of it... there probably wasn't then either.] Caesar sidelined Bibulus and took steps to limit the power of the Senate. He didn’t do too badly for himself, either. Marius was seven times consul (chief magistrate), and the last year he held office, just before his death in 86 bc, he exacted a terrifying toll on the Optimates. This, however, threatened Pompey's position, and it became necessary for the triumvirs to arrange a meeting at Luca in 56 bc, which brought about a temporary reconciliation. Scholarly opinion of Caesar's accomplishments is divided. However, Caesar wrote those texts with his political career in mind, so historians must struggle to filter the exaggerations and bias contained in it. The basic prop for Caesar's continuation in power was the dictatorship for life. Nevertheless, Livia and Octavian clearly reached a rather unique understanding, and thereby remained married for the next 51 years... despite the fact that they had no children apart from a single miscarriage. With his ability to eliminate senatorial opposition by means of arms, the Senate became utterly docile towards his paramount position. Her funeral was a public one, with her sons-in-law carrying her to the grave. In 42 BCE, two years after his assassination, the Senate officially sanctified Caesar as one of the Roman deities. He was first appointed dictator in 49 BC, possibly to preside over elections, but resigned his dictatorship within 11 days. The Roman historian Suetonius describes Caesar as "tall of stature with a fair complexion, shapely limbs, a somewhat full face, and keen black eyes. Little is recorded of Caesar's childhood. While he was still campaigning in Spain, the Senate began bestowing honors on Caesar. Pompey accused Caesar of insubordination and treason. 140 BC–85 BC) was a Roman senator, supporter and brother-in-law of Gaius Marius. Other people in history, such as the French Napoleon Bonaparte and the Italian Benito Mussolini, have defined themselves as Caesarists. Is he the epitome of someone who figures being emperor gives one a lot of latitude in one's appearance, or what? Julia Caesaris Minor (101 BC-51 BC) (married Marcus Atius Balbus) Gaius Julius Caesar was born into a patrician family, the gens Julia, which claimed descent from Julus, son of the legendary Trojan prince Aeneas, supposedly the son of the goddess Venus.The Julii were of Alban origin, mentioned as one of the leading Alban houses, which settled in Rome around the mid-7th century BC, following the destruction of Alba Longa. In 80 BCE the 20-year-old Caesar was sent to the court of King Nicomedes IV of Bythinia to negotiate a naval cooperation treaty (Yes, he really was 20- it does help to have contacts). She raised her children by Marcellus; Antony's two sons by previous marriages, and their two daughters: Antonia Major and Antonia Minor, who were born there. Gaius Iulius Gaii filius Gaii nepos Caesar Imperator, ab anno 42 a.C.n. This caused a very dangerous situation in Rome as the triumvirs went to battle with each other. He picked up the Thurinus moniker from his father, and then in 27 BCE the Senate awarded him the honorific Augustus ("the revered one"). Birth 12 Jul 100 BC, Rome, Italy. She was buried in the Mausoleum of Augustus. Napoleon III wrote the scholary work Histoire de Jules César, which was not finished. --- others which did not survive, Antonia’s husband, Drusus, was a stepson of her uncle Augustus, second son to Livia Drusilla, and brother to future Emperor Tiberius. Caesarion, with Cleopatra VII, born 47 BC. Caesar's body was cremated, and on the site of his cremation, the Temple of Caesar was erected a few years later (at the east side of the main square of the Roman Forum). His short biographies of notable Greek and Roman figures are renowned not only for what they reveal about ancient life, but also for their study of character. 108 of 'Cæsar's Conquest of Gaul' (11253491253).jpg 2,477 × 1,988; 1.17 MB [Isn’t that nice? Tiberius Claudius Nero I  Drusus Claudius Nero  ... Consul Tiberius Claudius Nero [?] She was born in Athens, Greece and after 36 BCE was brought to Rome by her mother along with her siblings and half-siblings. 2. Thus, he could hold censorial powers, while technically not subjecting himself to the same checks to which the ordinary censors were subject, and he used these powers to fill the Senate with his own partisans. According to Plutarch, he said in Latin, "Casca, you villain, what are you doing?" in Greek ("ἀδελφέ, βοήθει", "adelphe, boethei"). Mark Anthony (40 BCE), Children: In 48 BC, he was reappointed dictator, only this time for an indefinite period, and in 46 BC, he was appointed dictator for 10 years. Philippus raised Atia's children alongside his own son and daughter from a previous marriage and arranged Octavia Minor's first marriage, to the consul and senator Gaius Claudius Marcellus Minor. Legend (being something of a die-hard romantic) said that Octavian fell immediately in love with Livia... despite the (minor) facts that: 1) he was still married to Scribonia, 2) Livia was still married to Tiberius, and 3) Livia's lineage had been Octavian's enemies. Slekten førte sitt stamtre tilbake til Julus, sønn av den trojanske prinsen Aeneas, som ifølge legenden var sønn av gudinnen Venus. His mother, Aurelia Cotta, came from an influential family. After the ransom was paid, Caesar raised a fleet, pursued and captured the pirates, and imprisoned them. Cicero stated that Pompey would say as a joke about Balbus, that he was not a person of any importance. At home he reconstituted the courts and increased the number of senators. Rejecting an offer from the Armenian King Artavasdes II to invade Parthia via Armenia, Crassus marched his army directly through the deserts of Mesopotamia. Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus (14 January 38 BCE - 14 September 9 BCE), born Decimus Claudius Drusus, but later called Drusus, Drusus I, Nero Drusus, Drusus the Elder, and perhaps, Drusus the Bewildered... not to mention... Drusus the Multiple Personality; was a Roman politician and military commander. and his mother Livia Drusilla, forbade Antonia to attend her eldest son’s funeral. Cornelia Cinnilla Han tilhørte patrisierfamilien gens Iulia. Crassus, a member of the First Triumvirate and the wealthiest man in Rome, had been enticed by the prospect of military glory and riches and decided to invade Parthia without the official consent of the Senate. Misc. Arrogant and confident, Caesar mocked them and he laughed at their demands. All three were born in Italy. [Apparently at a time when priesthoods were a bit more sought after.] When the mysteries of the Bona Dea, over which she presided, were violated, she was maligned by gossips, and Caesar then divorced her, telling the Senate that Caesar's wife must be above suspicion. [Good! About FamilySearch. The dictator's last words are not known with certainty, and are a contested subject among scholars and historians alike. After 3 years of fleeing from Octavian, Tiberius Nero returned to Rome with his wife and the younger Tiberius, aged 3. © 1993-2003 Microsoft Corporation. Father of Julia Caesaris and Ptolemy XV 'Caesarion', Pharaoh of Egypt On 14 January the child was born, and was named Decimus Claudius Drusus, which was later changed to Nero Claudius Drusus [aka Drusus the Elder]. After the impeachment of the two obstructive tribunes, Caesar, perhaps unsurprisingly, faced no further opposition from other members of the Tribunician College. The problem, of course, was that Julius Caesar’s wives and children did not fare all that well... and thus his blood line pretty well expired with precious little to show for all of his troubles. The elder of the two sisters of Julius Caesar is only known from a passage in which Suetonius mentions her two grandsons, Lucius Pinarius and Quintus Pedius. He was posthumously granted the title Divus Iulius or Divus Julius (the divine Julius or the deified Julius) by decree of the Roman Senate on 1 January 42 BC. Lucius Caesar (adoptive), second son of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Julia the Elder. Accusations of bribery were made by all sides. These plans were thwarted by his assassination. Octavia had opened the Library of Marcellus in his memory, while her brother completed Marcellus's theatre for similar reasons. Bonaparte did not focus only on Caesar's military career but also on his relation with the masses, a predecessor to populism. These achievements granted him unmatched military power and threatened to eclipse the standing of Pompey, who had realigned himself with the Senate after the death of Crassus in 53 BC. They were important in shaping Caesar's public image and enhancing his reputation when he was away from Rome for long periods. Sejanus was eventually beheaded on Tiberius’ order (for plotting regicide, as opposed to poor administrative skills). 2. Caesar's conquest of Gaul extended the Roman world to the North Sea, and in 55 BCE he also conducted the first Roman invasion of Britain. Julius Caesar was born in Rome on July 12, 100 Bc, and he was assassinated on the ides of March, the 15th of March, in 44Bc. Ironically, it had been the loss of his priesthood that allowed him to pursue a military career: the Flamen Dialis was not permitted to ride or even touch a horse, sleep three nights outside his own bed o… He was granted further honors, which were later used to justify his assassination as a would-be divine monarch: coins were issued bearing his image and his statue was placed next to those of the kings. They controlled Rome's public affairs and divided the provinces between them. Tiberius was made emperor, but he was highly unpopular and the legions rioted on the news. According to Cicero, Bibulus, Gaius Memmius, and others (mainly Caesar's enemies), he had an affair with Nicomedes IV of Bithynia early in his career. building the Gate of Octavia and Porticus Octaviae in her memory). It has no basis in historical fact and Shakespeare's use of Latin here is not from any assertion that Caesar would have been using the language, rather than the Greek reported by Suetonius, but because the phrase was already popular when the play was written. But in order to keep them straight, I’ve added Roman numerals. TIBERIUS Julius Caesar Augustus, born Tiberius Claudius Nero, Tiberius Julius Caesar (from adoption to accession) (November 16, 42 BCE – March 16, 37 CE), was the second Roman Emperor, following the death of Octavian Augustus in 14 CE, and continuing until his own death. He ran against two powerful senators. 1. Great games and celebrations were held in April to honor Caesar’s victory at Munda. The conquest of the north was soon completed, while a few pockets of resistance remained. In his will, he also left a substantial gift to the citizens of Rome. His family was respected, but not especially rich or influential. Coins bore his likeness, and he was given the right to speak first during Senate meetings. Gaius Julius Caesar (July 13, 100 B.C.E. Mark Antony charged that Octavian had earned his adoption by Caesar through sexual favors. Livilla had previously poisoned (slowly, over a period of time) her husband and Tiberius’ son, Drusus Julius Caesar (sometimes known by his nickname "Castor"). Caesar also wrote that if Octavian died before Caesar did, Decimus Junius Brutus would be the next heir in succession. Junia Tertia, the daughter of Caesar's lover Servilia Caepionis was believed by Cicero among other contemporaries, to be Caesar's natural daughter. The modern historiography is influenced by the Octavian traditions, such as when Caesar's epoch is considered a turning point in the history of the Roman Empire. The narrative recounts stories that later became the source material for much great British literature and art, such as the tales of Merlin and King Arthur, and King Lear and his daughters Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia. They maintain that to save the Roman world from chaos a new type of government had to be created. The family of the Aurelii Cottae was prominent during the Roman Republican era. The word is also used in a pejorative manner by critics of this type of political rule. Tiberius CLAUDIUS Nero Livia Drusilla Augusta  Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus (=Aufidia)  ... Appius Claudius Pulcher (c. 212 BCE) [?] Hans mot var fra Cottae-grenen av Aureliafamilien, en rik familie som tilhørte plebeierne. Based on remarks by Plutarch, Caesar is sometimes thought to have suffered from epilepsy. Casca, frightened, shouted, "Help, brother!" His uncle by marriage was Gaius Marius, leader of the Populares. Cleopatra visited Rome on more than one occasion, residing in Caesar's villa just outside Rome across the Tiber. Combined with his other powers, this gave him a formidable position. The survivors were (from oldest to youngest) Nero Caesar, Drusus Caesar, Caligula, Agrippina the Younger, Julia Drusilla and Julia Livilla. Despite his service with Caesar, he was a republican at heart. In relations to the other Roman Emperors of this dynasty, Tiberius was the stepson of the Emperor Augustus, great-uncle of the Emperor Caligula, paternal uncle of the Emperor Claudius, and great-great uncle of the Emperor Nero. Germanicus was married to Agrippina the Elder, daughter of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Julia the Elder (Augustus's only daughter). This emperorship was never an office like the Roman dictatorship which Caesar and Sulla had held before him. The first of these was his adopted successor, Octavian, in 31BC, Info from http://www.genealogy4u.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I52733&tree=western2007, -Mother Aurelia (related to the Aurelia Cottae), -Cornelia Cinnilla, from 83 BC until her death in childbirth in 69 or 68 BC, -Pompeia, from 67 BC until he divorced her around 61 BC, -Calpurnia Pisonis, from 59 BC until Caesar's death, -1. Pompey managed to escape before Caesar could capture him. Rome was on the brink of civil war. [Let’s see now: “prima”, “caesonia”, “tertia”... which would amount to (in English) as: “one, two, three”. Grandson from Julia and Pompey, dead at several days, unnamed. Gaius Claudius Marcellus Minor (her stepfather arranged marriage, c. 52 BCE) He established a police force, appointed officials to carry out his land reforms, and ordered the rebuilding of Carthage and Corinth.
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