Julii Caesares

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Julii Caesares is a subdivision of the patrician Julii family in the Roman Republic, and the beginnings of the Julian side of the Julio-Claudian Dynasty. All its members had the nomen Julius and the cognomen Caesar and can only be told apart by numbers and differing praenomina.

Male members

Descendance (includes adoptions from Julius Caesar's posthumous adoption of his nephew Octavian):

Vertical descendancy tree

Horizontal descendancy tree

` (consul 267 BC)
  `--Lucius Julius Libo II
      `--Numerius Julius Caesar (b. bef. 300 BC)
              `-- ( 200 BC, military tribune, governor of Liguria)
                  |-- (consul 156 BC)
                  |   `--
                  |       |-- (c.130 BC - 87 BC, quaestor, aedile, killed by partisans of Marius)
                  |       `-- (d. 87 BC, praetor 94 BC, consul 90 BC, killed by partisans of Marius)
                  |           `-- (d. aft. 43 BC, consul 63 BC)
                  |               `-- (proquaestor 46 BC, killed soon aft. Battle of Thapsus)
                      `-- (also had a daughter: Julia Caesaris, wife of Gaius Marius)
                          |-- (d. 90 BC or 89 BC, consul 91 BC, military commander, supporter of Marius)
                          |   `-- (quaestor in 48 BC, military commander in Syria, friend of Julius Caesar)
                          `-- (c. 135 BC – 85 BC, quaestor, praetor, supporter of )

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