Julia Caesaris (sister of Julius Caesar)

Julia Caesaris (Sister Of Julius Caesar)

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Julia is the name of two daughters of praetor Gaius Julius Caesar and Aurelia Cotta, the parents of dictator Gaius Julius Caesar. The sisters were born and raised in Rome.

The elder of the two is sometimes named Julia Major (Major Latin for the elder) by historians (but not to be confused with Julia the Elder, daughter of Emperor Augustus). Likewise, the younger of the two sisters of Julius Caesar is sometimes named Julia Minor, (Minor Latin for the younger) but not to be confused with Julia the Younger, Augustus‘ first granddaughter.

First elder sister of Julius Caesar

The elder of the two sisters of Julius Caesar the dictator is only known from a passage in which the biographer Suetonius mentions her two grandsons,Suetonius, 83. See also App. B. C. iii. 22, 23. Lucius Pinarius and Quintus Pedius. If the two men were actually her sons, as has been conjectured,Friedrich Münzer, Aus dem Verwandtenkreise Caesars und Octavians, in: Hermes, vol. 71, 1936, p. 222–230.Livy Ab Urbe condita i. 7 Suet. Caes. 74; Schol. Bob. in Clod. p. 337, Orelli. Nothing else is known about the life of the elder sister.


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