Julius Caesar


Julius Caesar

Iulius Caesar

Page d'aide sur l'homonymie Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différentes personnes de la Rome antique partageant un même nom.
Article détaillé : Iulii.

Les Iulii Caesar sont des patriciens romains membres d'une branche de la gens des Iulii que la tradition fait descendre du Troyen Iule (ou Ascagne). Ils apparaissent au IIIe siècle av. J.-C.

Pour l'étymologie du cognomen Caesar, voir la biographie de Jules César.

Le plus célèbre de ces Iulius Caesar fut le quatrième à porter le prænomen Caius (ou Gaius), Jules César. Il ne faut pas commettre l'erreur courante de croire que Jules César étaient en fait un prénom et un nom de famille.

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Arbre généalogique des Julio-Claudiens

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Lien externe

  • (en)entrée C. Julius Caesar, in Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology de Smith (Nr. 15 in v. 1, page 539).
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