Lucius Julius Caesar

Lucius Julius Caesar

Lucius Julius Caesar

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In Ancient Rome, several men of the Julii Caesares family were named Lucius Julius Caesar. Distinct by their praenomen, "Lucius", none of these members of the Julii Caesares family can be confused with their distant relative and much more famous Gaius Julius Caesar, the Roman who conquered Gaul, became dictator for life, and then was murdered by Roman senators.<!---I think these latter phrases should be discarded--->

Lucius Julius Caesar I

Son of Numerius Julius Caesar and father to Sextus Julius Caesar I. Lucius was a great-grandson to Lucius Julius Libo.

Lucius Julius Caesar II

Son of Sextus Julius Caesar II. Married Poppilia. They had 2 sons Lucius Julius Caesar III and Gaius Julius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus and one daughter Julia Caesaris, who became the first wife of the dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla.

Lucius Julius Caesar III

Lucius Julius Caesar III (c. 135 BC &ndash; 87 BC) was a son of Lucius Julius Caesar II, and elder brother to Gaius Julius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus.

Lucius, consul in 90 BC, proposed Roman Citizenship laws to allies who didn’t participate in the Social War against Rome in 90 BC. This proposal became known as the Julian Law. During his consulship Lucius Caesar commanded one of the armies Rome employed against the Italians with mixed success as he was beaten a few times but was able to repulse an attack on his camp. He was elected censor in 89 BC

Lucius and his brother were killed together in 87 BC at the beginning of the Civil......
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