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  Caesar 6   (Sex. Julius Caesar) - Roman consul, 157 B.C.
157/_ Consuls: Sex. Julius Sex.f. Caesar, L. Aurelius L.f. Orestes
147/19 Sex.Caesar leads another Roman embassy to Achaea.
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FastCap_p66   157] & Sex. Julius Sex.f. L.n. Caesar , L. Aurelius L.f.
Plin:HN_33.55   in the consulship of Sextus Julius and Lucius Aurelius {157 BC}

  Caesar 7   (Sex. Julius Caesar) - Roman praetor, 123 B.C.
123/18 Sex.Julius Caesar, as praetor, refuses to allow an action to proceed

  Caesar 9   (L. Julius Caesar) - Roman consul, 90 B.C.
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  + Julius
90/_ Consuls: L. Julius L.f. Caesar, P. Rutilius L.f. Lupus
90/8 The Samnites under Vettius Scato defeat L.Caesar.
90/13 L.Caesar is forced to withdraw from Acerrae, which is being besieged
90/21 L.Caesar is defeated by Marius Egnatius near Teanum.
90/22 Cretan makes an offer of betrayal to L.Caesar.
90/23 L.Caesar defeats the Samnites; the news of this victory is received
90/36 L.Caesar restores the temple of Juno Sospita, in response to a dream
89/48 The censors P.Crassus and L.Caesar impose curbs on luxury goods such
88/66 _440, the inscription from a statue in honour of L.Caesar at Ilium.
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Cic:DeOr_3.10   host,) with that of Lucius Julius his brother; so that he
Cic:Tusc_5.55   P. Crassus ** and L. Caesar, ** those excellent men, so
Diod_37.18   A Cretan came to the consul Julius and offered to act
FastCap_p74   [90] & L. Julius L.f. Sex.n. Caesar , P. Rutilius L.f.
Oros_5.18   and was defeated. 11 Julius Caesar fled after his defeat and
ValMax_9.2.2   the honoured body of L. Caesar, a man who had been

  Caesar 10   (C. Julius Caesar Strabo) - Roman aedile, 90 B.C.
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  + Julius
97/8 L.Sulla, as praetor, receives a sarcastic rebuke from C.Caesar.
89/40 C.Caesar attempts to stand as a candidate in the consular elections,
87/38 The speeches of C.Caesar are famous for their wit.
87/39 The brothers C. and L.Caesar are killed.
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Cic:Brut_177   ity." [177] & "C. Julius then," said I, (the son of Luciu
Cic:Brut_182   than the above-mentioned Julius, but almost contemporary
Cic:Brut_207   applied to Philippus, or Caesar; but when Cotta and Sulp
Cic:Brut_216   really such as C. Julius represented it, in a severe sarc
Cic:Brut_226   application of C. Julius for the consulship; and that so
Cic:Brut_301   afterwards Philippus and Julius, were in the height of the
Cic:Brut_305   pon the rostra. C. Julius too, who was then a curule aedil
Cic:Brut_307   Antonius, and C. Julius, three orators, who were partly
Cic:DeOr_2.12   elder, with his brother Gaius Julius, ** arrived there; and when
Cic:DeOr_2.16   "For my part, Crassus," answered Caesar, "I am indeed desirous to
Cic:DeOr_2.26     "Indeed, Catulus," replied Caesar, "I think I have
Cic:DeOr_2.40   but now, as Catulus and Caesar make part of the audience,
Cic:DeOr_2.59   is this, Catulus ?" said Caesar. "Where are they who say
Cic:DeOr_2.98   may be seen in you, Caesar and Cotta; for one of
Cic:DeOr_2.216   In that department you, Caesar, in my opinion, far
Cic:DeOr_2.229   at this, Antonius said, "But, Julius, while you denied that art
Cic:DeOr_2.231   said, "Shall we, then, suffer Caesar, who, though he allows wit
Cic:DeOr_2.295   no means," replied Catulus; "but Caesar seemed to want to say
Cic:DeOr_2.298   "I will readily tell you, Caesar, " replied Antonius, "what I
Cic:DeOr_3.10   exposed the head of Gaius Julius, (who was betrayed by his
Cic:DeOr_3.17   afternoon, waited upon Crassus, Caesar said, "Well, Crassus, shall
Cic:DeOr_3.30   [30] Has not our friend Caesar here, too, introduced a new
Cic:DeOr_3.92   must be made by you, Caesar, for the next year, **
Cic:DeOr_3.146   and against every question." [146] Caesar then said, "One thing in
Cic:DeOr_3.202   was the object of Caesar's instructions; [203] and digression
Cic:DeOr_3.226   I entreat you," interposed Caesar, "refrain from this sort
Cic:Tusc_5.55   I ever heard; and C. Caesar, who seems to me to
CIL_6.40955   _13.3.6 ) C. Julius Caesar Strabo C. Julius
Diod_37.2   hat war. For Gaius Julius and Gaius Marius, who had been
ValMax_5.3.3   a serious crime by C. Caesar, yet he did hesitate to

  Caesar 11   (L. Julius Caesar) - Roman consul, 64 B.C.
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64/_ Consuls: L. Julius L.f. Caesar, C. Marcius C.f. Figulus
43/111 L.Caesar, the uncle of Antonius, and Paulus, the brother of Lepidus,
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Cic:Fam_12.2   Senate less regularly; L.Caesar, most admirable and gallan
OGIS_444   (77) ile the quaestor Lucius Julius Caesar son of Lucius was residi
Oros_6.18   also his own uncle L. Caesar and - what made the

  Caesar 13   (L. Julius Caesar) - son of the consul of 64 B.C.
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49/12 L.Caesar carries messages between Caesar and Pompeius, but they fail
46/35 Faustus, L.Caesar and other leading opponents of Caesar are captured

  Caesar 15   (C. Julius Caesar) - the father of the dictator
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91/42 C.Julius Caesar goes to Asia as proconsul.
90/46 CIL_705, an inscription in honour of C.Julius Caesar at Delos
86/49 C.Caesar is nominated to be Flamen Dialis.
86/53 The poet Accius refuses to stand in the presence of C.Caesar.
85/33 The death of C.Julius Caesar, the father of the dictator.
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CIL_6.1311   13.3.75 ) C. Julius Caesar and C. Octaviu
CIL_6.40954   _13.3.7 ) C. Julius Caesar C. Julius [Cae
Plin:HN_7.181   in the morning, the two Caesars, the praetor and the ex-praetor,
THI_175.C   . . . to Gaius Julius, the son of Gaius .
ValMax_3.7.11   us produce him. When Julius Caesar, a great and powerful man,

  Caesar 17   (Sex. Julius Caesar) - Roman consul, 91 B.C.
  + Julius
91/_ Consuls: L. Marcius Q.f. Philippus, Sex. Julius C.f. Caesar
89/16 Sex.Caesar(?) dies at Asculum, and is succeeded in his command by C.B
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Diod_37.2   ius Philippus and Sextus Julius were consuls, in the hundr
FastCap_p74   lippus , Sex. Julius C.f. L.n. Caesar The Marsic War [90]
Oros_5.18   the consulship of Sextus Julius Caesar and L. Marcius Philippus 91
Plin:HN_33.55   in the consulship of Sextus Julius and Lucius Marcius {91 BC}

  Caesar 18   (C. Julius Caesar) - Roman dictator, 49-44 B.C.
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  + Caius , Divi , Gaius , Julius
100/3 The birth of C.Julius Caesar.
84/8 Caesar marries Cornelia, daughter of Cinna.
81/13 Caesar goes into hiding after antagonising Sulla, and avoids capture
81/33 Sulla reluctantly agrees to pardon Caesar.
81/44 Caesar visits the court of Nicomedes, and is accused of having an ind
80/14 ermus capture and sack Mytilene; C.Caesar wins an award for bravery.
77/3 C.Caesar decides not to join Lepidus.
77/35 n.Dolabella is prosecuted by C.Caesar on a charge of extortion in Mac
76/3 C.Antonius is accused by Caesar of extortion in the province of Achae
75/27 Caesar is captured by pirates near the island of Pharmacusa.
74/2 The pirates set Caesar free after receiving a ransom, but he returns
74/5 Caesar takes lessons in rhetoric from Apollonius Molon at Rhodes.
74/27 Caesar crosses over to Asia and helps to defeat Mithridates' supporte
73/30 C.Caesar spends freely and runs up large debts in order to increase
73/31 Caesar returns to Rome after being appointed pontifex in place of C.C
73/32 Caesar establishes a reputation as a good speaker, after returning
71/5 C.Caesar is elected military tribune, ahead of C.Popillius.
69/27 Caesar makes a public speech at the funeral of his aunt Julia.
68/14 Caesar serves as quaestor in further Spain; his ambition is stirred
68/21 C.Caesar incites unrest in the towns of northern Italy.
67/42 C.Caesar marries Pompeia, after the death of Cornelia.
65/13 Caesar as aedile spends large amounts of money in order to provide
65/14 Caesar restores Marius' monuments.
64/11 are prosecuted, possibly by C.Caesar, and convicted of murders commi
63/6 Caesar prosecutes C.Piso, who is defended by Cicero.
63/10 Labienus and Caesar accuse C.Rabirius of treason, but he is defended
63/15 Caesar is elected to be pontifex maximus.
63/87 this period include Cicero, Caesar, Sallustius, Lucretius and Catull
62/1 Caesar attempts to remove Catulus' power to control building work on
62/10 Caesar is suspended from his office as praetor, but then reinstated.
62/14 of Catilina are punished; Caesar strongly rejects accusations that
62/30 as a woman, in the house of Caesar during the rites of the goddess
62/35 General remarks on Caesar's year as praetor.
61/11 Caesar leaves for his province in Spain; Crassus protects him from
60/4 C.Caesar governs Further Spain, and fights against the Lusitani.
60/14 Cato forces Caesar to abandon his plans for a triumph.
60/15 ibulus overcomes L.Lucceius and is elected consul along with Caesar.
60/16 Caesar reconciles Pompeius and Crassus, and together they form the
60/17 senate attempts to curtail Caesar's power by allocating the "woods
59/_ Consuls: C. Julius C.f. Caesar, M. Calpurnius C.f. Bibulus
59/1 rves the young Octavianus while accompanying the new consul, Caesar.
59/3 out as governor of Nearer Spain, through the influence of Caesar.
59/4 Caesar proposes an agrarian law, but fails to gain the support of the
59/5 Pompeius and Crassus speak in favour of Caesar's law at an assembly.
59/6 Caesar attempts to put Cato in prison.
59/7 Caesar curbs opposition from Lucullus by threatening him with prosecu
59/8 Caesar's agrarian law is passed by the assembly of the people, after
59/9 ing Cato, are forced to swear to abide by the terms of Caesar's law.
59/10 Caesar grants a rebate to the contractors for tax-collecting in Asia.
59/11 Caesar passes a law to ratify Pompeius' arrangements in the East.
59/17 Pompeius marries Julia, the daughter of Caesar.
59/18 Caesar shows great respect towards Pompeius, following their marriage
59/19 Caesar buys an expensive pearl for Servilia, the mother of Brutus.
59/23 Caesar is given the provinces of Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum, throug
59/24 Caesar marries Calpurnia.
59/25 Caesar passes a law to distribute the Campanian land, in addition to
59/26 Cicero rejects Caesar's offers of appointments, including a place on
59/28 Vettius claims to be involved in a plot to kill Caesar and Pompeius.
59/30 Caesar establishes Ariovistus, the king of the Germans, as a Roman
59/31 ovince of Transalpine Gaul to Caesar, in addition to Cisalpine Gaul.
59/32 passes a law, on behalf of Caesar, to send colonists to Novum Comum
59/36 Caesar passes the Lex Julia de repetundis, a law to prevent extortion
59/44 Caesar publishes the Acts (proceedings) of the Roman senate and peopl
59/46 unsuccessfully advises Pompeius to curtail his support for Caesar.
59/47 Brithagoras goes to visit Caesar, in an attempt to restore the libert
59/48 Caesar steals 3,000 pounds of gold from the Capitol at Rome.
59/49 General comments on Caesar's first consulship.
58/10 Memmius attempt to prosecute Caesar for his activities as consul.
58/19 prosecution by accepting an offer to join Caesar's staff in Gaul.
58/24 Caesar rushes to Gaul, on hearing that the Helvetii have fixed a date
58/25 The start of Caesar's conquest of Gual.
58/28 The Helvetii ask Caesar to allow them to migrate, but he refuses and
58/29 erritory of the Aedui, while Caesar raises reinforcements in northern
58/35 Caesar and Labienus defeat the Helvetii by the river Arar.
58/40 Caesar defeats the Helvetii again, near Bibracte.
58/41 Caesar allows the survivors of the Helvetii to return home.
58/43 iviciacus and the Aedui urge Caesar to make war on the German king
58/48 Ariovistus rejects Caesar's demands, and they prepare for war.
58/49 Caesar quells a mutiny in his army, caused by fear of the Germans.
58/53 elected consul for the following year, with the help of Caesar.
58/56 Ariovistus agrees to meet Caesar, but their negotiations soon break
58/57 vistus enters into a battle with Caesar, and is completely defeated.
58/61 Caesar returns to Cisalpine Gaul.
58/64 Sestius attempts to win Caesar's support for Cicero's return.
58/68 istius attempts to prosecute Caesar, but is not allowed to proceed
57/12 Caesar relieves Bibrax, a town belonging to the Remi.
57/15 Caesar defeats the Belgae by the river Axona.
57/16 The Suessiones, Bellovaci and other tribes surrender to Caesar.
57/27 make a surprise attack on Caesar's army, but they are defeated wit
57/34 Caesar attacks the Atuatuci, and forces them to surrender.
57/44 Caesar establishes his army's winter quarters amongst the tribes
57/45 Caesar appoints Cavarinus as king of the Senones, and Tasgetius as
57/46 public thanksgiving of fifteen days for Caesar's victories in Gaul.
57/47 Caesar visits Illyricum.
56/11 Envoys from Issa meet Caesar at Aquileia.
56/20 proposes a motion to revise Caesar's allotment of Campanian land.
56/23 Caesar, Pompeius and Crassus meet at Luca, and agree to renew their
56/25 Caesar returns to Gaul, and sends out forces to stop the spread of
56/36 Caesar constructs ships in preparation for an attack on the Veneti.
56/41 Caesar punishes the Veneti and puts their leaders to death.
56/44 Caesar attacks the Morini and Menapii, but they avoid battle until
55/7 Caesar's command in Gaul is extended for a further five years.
55/18 Germans agree to withdraw under the terms of a truce with Caesar.
55/21 truce; their elders visit Caesar to apologise and to ask for the
55/22 Caesar attacks the German camp by surprise, and slaughters everyone
55/26 Caesar constructs a bridge over the Rhine, and briefly crosses over
55/29 cross to Britain, to gather information about the island for Caesar.
55/33 Julius Caesar lands in Britain, despite resistance from British force
55/35 Caesar's ships are damaged by a high tide on the coast of Britain.
55/36 ather fresh forces to attack Caesar, but he overcomes them in battle.
55/37 Caesar leaves Britain, after demanding hostages.
55/38 Caesar makes a punitive raid against the Morini and Menapii.
55/42 nksgiving of twenty days for Caesar's victories, despite the oppositi
54/5 Caesar demands hostages from the Pirustae, after they make a raid on
54/7 Cic:Fam_7.5, a letter from Cicero to Caesar, recommending Trebatius.
54/8 omitius unsuccessfully attempts to curtail Caesar's command in Gaul.
54/9 Caesar writes a work about linguistics, "De Analogia".
54/10 Caesar constructs a new fleet in preparation for another invasion of
54/12 Caesar settles a dispute amongst the Treveri, and kills Dumnorix, a
54/13 Caesar sails over to Britain, and lands there without resistance.
54/17 Julius Caesar pays 100 million sesterces to buy the site for his
54/21 Caesar's fleet is damaged in a storm.
54/24 M.Antonius goes from Egypt to join Caesar in Gaul.
54/28 Caesar's cavalry defeats the Britons.
54/29 Cicero is persuaded by Caesar to speak in defence of Vatinius.
54/30 Caesar crosses the river Thames at a ford, despite the sharpened stak
54/31 The Trinovantes and other British tribes surrender to Caesar.
54/32 -R} Julia, the daughter of Caesar and wife of Pompeius, dies in chi
54/35 Caesar captures the main stronghold of Cassivellaunus.
54/36 The Britons agree terms with Caesar, and promise to hand over hostage
54/38 Caesar leaves Britain, and sails back to Gaul.
54/39 General comments on Caesar's invasion of Britain.
54/51 Caesar defeats the rebel Gauls, and forces them to abandon the siege
54/53 Caesar spends the winter in Gaul, in order to quell further unrest.
54/56a T.Ligarius, as quaestor, is a loyal supporter of Caesar.
54/60 Catullus is reconciled with Caesar.
53/2 Caesar raises three new legions, one of which is sent to him by Pompe
53/5 after declining an invitation to serve as Caesar's quaestor in Gaul.
53/14 Caesar forces the Nervii and Senones to submit.
53/29 Caesar crosses the Rhine for a second time, but he decides not to att
53/32 Caesar ravages the territory of the Eburones, but fails to capture
53/39 Caesar returns to Cisalpine Gaul for the winter.
52/7 Caesar suggests that Pompeius should marry Octavia, the grand-daughte
52/7 tavia, the grand-daughter of Caesar's sister, although she is already
52/24 Caesar hurries back to Gaul despite the wintery weather, and invades
52/33 M.Antonius rejoins Caesar in Gaul, as his quaestor.
52/34 Caesar captures Noviodunum, a stronghold of the Bituriges.
52/35 tribunes pass a law enabling Caesar to stand as a candidate for consu
52/37 Caesar besieges and eventually captures Avaricum, another stronghold
52/38 Caesar settles a dispute between Cotus and Convictolitavis, as to who
52/39 Caesar advances into the territory of the Arverni, and captures a hil
52/40 revolt against the Romans, but the revolt is suppressed by Caesar.
52/41 for elections to appear at Rome, but he exempts Caesar from the law.
52/45 Caesar suffers a reverse, while attempting to capture Gergovia.
52/50 Vercingetorix attacks Caesar in the territory of the Allobroges, but
52/55 ercingetorix retreats to Alesia, where Caesar begins to besiege him.
52/62 Vercingetorix surrenders himself to Caesar.
52/63 Aedui and Arverni submit to Caesar, and he prepares to spend the win
52/64 orises a thanksgiving of twenty days for Caesar's victories in Gaul.
52/66 Caesar makes fresh efforts to win popular support at Rome.
52/79 Caesar sets out on a winter campaign against the Bituriges.
51/3 ersuade the senate to send a new governor to replace Caesar in Gaul.
51/4 Caesar attacks the Bituriges, despite the harsh winter weather.
51/6 Caesar attacks the Carnutes.
51/16 Caes:BGall_, Caesar's commentaries on the war in Gaul.
51/21 Caesar marches against the Bellovaci, who gather their forces to resi
51/31 Commius sails to Britain, to escape from Caesar.
51/32 Caesar ravages the territory of the Eburones.
51/33 romona, a city of the Liburnians, and defeat an army sent by Caesar.
51/37 oration in honour of his grandmother Julia, the sister of Caesar.
51/48 Caesar captures Uxellodunum.
51/51 Caesar completes the pacification of Gaul, and sends his army into
51/52 General comments on Caesar's conquest of Gaul.
51/55 Caesar wins the support of L.Paulus and C.Curio for the coming year,
50/7 icero, announcing that Curio has become an open supporter of Caesar.
50/8 enate to fix an end date for Caesar's command, but is vigorously oppo
50/12 hat Pompeius should lay down his command at the same time as Caesar.
50/25 ight lay down his command if Caesar does the same, but the offer
50/28 Caesar visits Cisalpine Gaul.
50/35 M.Antonius is elected to be augur, with strong support from Caesar.
50/38 The senate asks Pompeius and Caesar each to send a legion to defend
50/40 Caesar returns to Transalpine Gaul, and reviews his army in the terri
50/44 Caesar sends his army to winter quarters in the territory of the Aedu
50/47 the proposal of Curio, that Caesar and Pompeius should both lay down
50/48 of the senate, authorise Pompeius to defend Italy against Caesar.
50/49 tribune brings about an open split between Caesar and Pompeius.
50/51 uls reject a suggestion from Caesar, that he should be allowed to sta
50/52 ground, for soldiers to rise up in defence of Italy against Caesar.
50/53 envoy of Caesar threatens that Caesar will assert his rights by
50/58 Aemilia, allegedly using money given to him by Caesar as a bribe.
49/1 uls to publish a letter from Caesar, which has been brought to Rome
49/3 ies in vain to arrange a reconciliation between Caesar and Pompeius.
49/4 ius, Q.Cassius, Curio and Caelius leave Rome, and go to join Caesar.
49/6 resources and intentions of Caesar and Pompeius at the start of the
49/7 Caesar crosses the river Rubicon, and advances to Ariminum.
49/8 Caesar marches south through Umbria and Picenum.
49/9 Labienus deserts Caesar and joins his opponents.
49/12 sar carries messages between Caesar and Pompeius, but they fail to rea
49/13 avianus, the great-nephew of Caesar, is sent away from Rome to protec
49/17 Domitius attempts to resist Caesar at Corfinium, but is forced to sur
49/22 Caesar arrives at Brundisium, and attempts to obstruct the harbour
49/27 esEp_, a letter from Sallustius to Caesar, which may not be genuine.
49/29 Caesar visits Cicero at Formiae, but fails to win his support.
49/30 Caesar summons a meeting of the senate outside Rome.
49/31 Caesar seizes money from the public treasury, despite the opposition
49/32 Caesar releases Aristobulus, a Jewish prince, and sends him to Syria.
49/33 ing arrangements for his absence, Caesar leaves Rome to go to Spain.
49/34 Cic:Att_10.8b, a letter from Caesar to Cicero.
49/36 Caesar negotiates with the inhabitants of Massilia, after they refuse
49/40 Q.Valerius take control of Sicily and Sardinia, on behalf of Caesar.
49/41 Caesar attacks Massilia, but is unable to capture it quickly.
49/42 eius attack C.Fabius, the general of Caesar, near the river Sicoris.
49/47 Caesar arrives in Spain, and confronts the army of Afranius in skirmi
49/49 Caesar's army is trapped for a few days, when a flood breaks the brid
49/51 Caesar harries the army of Afranius and Petreius, as they attempt to
49/52 Afranius and Petreius surrender to Caesar.
49/57 Caesar accepts the surrender of M.Varro, and settles affairs in the
49/58 M.Antonius, acting as Caesar's deputy, visits many of the Italian tow
49/59 Massilia surrenders to Caesar after a long siege.
49/63 Caesar suppresses a mutiny in his army at Placentia.
49/64 Caesar is appointed dictator, and oversees the election of magistrate
49/65 Julius Caesar is considered by later writers to be the first Roman
49/67 Caesar introduces measures to ease the debt problems caused by the
49/68 {December -R} Omens as Caesar leaves Rome.
49/71 Bad weather prevents Caesar from crossing over the Adriatic Sea.
48/_ Consuls: C. Julius Caesar (II), P. Servilius Vatia Isauricus
48/1 Caesar sets sail from Brundisium, and lands with his army in Epirus.
48/2 Bibulus captures some of Caesar's transport ships while they are retu
48/3 Caesar captures Oricum and Apollonia.
48/5 ulus maintains a blockade of Caesar's forces, but dies at sea as a
48/8 Pompeius reaches Dyrrachium shortly in advance of Caesar.
48/9 Caesar sends Vatinius and Balbus to start talks with Pompeius' army,
48/14 Caesar tries to return to Italy, but his boat is forced back by a sto
48/17 ver from Brundisium to Lissus with the remainder of Caesar's forces.
48/20 Pompeius and Caesar take up positions around Dyrrachium.
48/21 Caesar attempts to surround Pompeius with a line of fortifications.
48/23 nia and fights against Cassius and Longinus, the generals of Caesar.
48/24 Caesar's army suffers from food shortages.
48/29 Caesar attacks Pompeius' forces at several points, but fails to break
48/30 Q.Fufius, one of Caesar's generals, advances into Boeotia and Attica.
48/32 a counter-attack and inflicts heavy casualties on Caesar's forces.
48/33 Caesar withdraws from Dyrrachium and marches inland towards Thessaly.
48/34 Caesar allows his soldiers to sack the town of Gomphi.
48/35 Pompeius decides to follow Caesar to Thessaly, instead of returning
48/40 Caesar decisively defeats the army of Pompeius near Pharsalus.
48/41 Caesar shows clemency in pardoning the survivors of Pompeius' army.
48/42 C.Cassius attacks Caesar's warships around Sicily.
48/47 L.Cassius surrenders to Caesar at the Hellespont.
48/49 Caesar settles affairs in Greece and Asia Minor, while following Pomp
48/50 statues dedicated to Julius Caesar after the battle of Pharsalus.
48/51a Cornificius governs Illyricum wisely, and keeps it loyal to Caesar.
48/61 Caesar arrives at Alexandria, and is shown the severed head of Pompei
48/62 Calenus, the general of Caesar, captures Megara and subdues the rest
48/66 Caesar is appointed dictator, with Antonius as his magister equitum.
48/68 tra secretly enters the palace at Alexandria, and meets with Caesar.
48/69 Alexandria stage violent protests against the presence of Caesar.
48/74 leads the Egyptian army into Alexandria, to fight against Caesar.
47/1 Caesar sets fire to warships in the harbour of Alexandria, and the
47/2 Caesar puts Pothinus to death, but Arsinoe escapes and joins Achillas
47/4 The Egyptians attempt to cut off Caesar's water supply.
47/5 Caesar defeats the Alexandrians in a sea battle.
47/8 ack on the island of Pharos, Caesar is forced to escape from his enem
47/9 forces that Mithridates of Pergamon is leading to relieve Caesar.
47/10 Caesar releases Ptolemy, who immediately joins the Egyptian forces
47/12 Gabinius, the general of Caesar, is defeated by the Illyrians, and
47/19 Caesar establishes Cleopatra and Ptolemy XIV as joint rulers of
47/23 M.Antonius, while acting as magister equitum in Caesar's absence.
47/24 Caesar goes on a cruise up the river Nile with Cleopatra.
47/27 Caesar confirms Antipater and Hyrcanus as rulers of Judaea.
47/28 Caesar settles affairs in Syria and surrounding regions.
47/29 Caesar stays at Tarsus, where C.Cassius surrenders to him.
47/34 Caesar meets Deiotarus, and allows him to retain his status as a tetr
47/41 Caesar negotiates with Pharnaces, while advancing against him.
47/42 Caesar defeats Pharnaces at Zela, and says: "veni, vidi, vici&qu
47/43 Caesar establishes Mithridates of Pergamon as tetrarch and king of
47/44 Sherk1_80, concessions granted to Pergamon by Caesar.
47/52 Caesar extracts large amounts of money from individuals and cities,
47/54 Cicero meets Caesar at Brundisium, and is treated with respect.
47/56 Caesar introduces measures to help the poor and reduce the unrest at
47/58 for the current year; and Caesar is elected as consul for the foll
47/60 Caesar sells off the property of Pompeius and his other enemies.
47/62 Caesar quells a mutiny in Campania, after the soldiers threaten the
47/66 aded by his mother Atia that he should not go to Africa with Caesar.
47/67 Caesar joins his army at Lilybaeum, to prepare for the invasion of
47/68 Caesar sails from Lilybaeum, and reaches Africa near Hadrumetum.
46/_ Consuls: C. Julius Caesar (III), M. Aemilius Lepidus
46/1 Caesar retreats from Hadrumetum and establishes a new camp at Ruspina
46/2 Caesar moves to Leptis, and sends Sallustius to the island of Cercina
46/3 Caesar moves back to Ruspina.
46/4 Caesar's army is attacked by Labienus and Petreius, and suffers many
46/5 Caesar attempts to gather more supplies for his army.
46/8 Caesar avoids battle with Scipio until reinforcements arrive.
46/9 Caesar beats back another attack by Labienus.
46/11 Scipio kills some of Caesar's soldiers, who had been captured at sea.
46/13 Caesar's camp is struck by a violent rain and hail storm.
46/14 Inconclusive skirmishes between Caesar and Scipio, near Uzitta.
46/15 Caesar receives further reinforcments, but dismisses Avienus and Font
46/18 Deiotarus hears rumours that Caesar has suffered setbacks in Africa.
46/19 Caesar moves to Aggar.
46/20 Caesar trains his troops to fight against elephants, and captures Sar
46/22 Caesar marches from Aggar to Thapsus.
46/23 Caesar decisively defeats Scipio and Juba at Thapsus.
46/25 Cato commits suicide at Utica, to avoid being captured by Caesar.
46/33 Caesar spares the lives of Q.Ligarius and some others who fought agai
46/35 aesar and other leading opponents of Caesar are captured and killed.
46/36 Caesar establishes Numidia as a Roman province, and appoints Sallusti
46/40 Caesar sails for Sardinia, after settling affairs in Africa.
46/41 Caesar leaves Sardinia, and sails back towards Rome.
46/44 Caesar arrives in Rome, and is awarded extraordinary honours, includi
46/52 Caesar forces Antonius to pay the full amount for the purchase of a
46/53 Caesar sends out further forces, commanded by Q.Pedius and Q.Fabius
46/56 her son Caesarion come to stay in Rome, with the approval of Caesar.
46/57 Caesar recalls M.Marcellus from exile, following a speech in the sena
46/58 Caesar recalls other exiles, and reinstates them as senators.
46/59 Caesar celebrates four triumphs on separate days, over Gaul, Egypt,
46/60 Caesar gives a public banquet and shows of various kinds, some in mem
46/60a Caesar stages a contest between Publilius Syrus and Laberius, two wri
46/61 The dedication of Caesar's forum, including the temple of Venus Genet
46/61a Servius Galba demands his money back from Caesar.
46/67 Caesar passes a law to change the composition of juries.
46/68 Caesar passes a law to restrict private spending on luxuries.
46/69 Caesar passes other laws, about large families, provincial governors,
46/70 Caesar carries out a census, revealing a large drop in the number of
46/71 Caesar reforms the Roman calendar; the new "Julian calendar" starts
46/78 ll]:CaesOr_, a speech of advice to Caesar, attributed to Sallustius.
46/80 of C.Julius Satyrus, an envoy from Chersonesus to Caesar at Rome.
46/81 Caesar is re-elected as consul, in elections that are supervised
46/82 Caesar leaves Rome for Spain, to fight against the sons of Pompeius.
46/86 Caesar orders Q.Cornificius to take command in Syria, against the reb
46/87 Caesar joins his army near Corduba.
46/88 Vibius is sent by Caesar to relieve Ulia, which is being besieged by
46/97 governs Cisalpine Gaul, which has been entrusted to him by Caesar.
46/98 Syll_764, a letter from Caesar to the city of Mytilene.
45/_ Consuls: C. Julius Caesar (IV) - sole consul
45/5 Cic:Fam_4.14-15 & 13.16, letters from Cicero to Plancius and Caesar.
45/6 Caesar captures Ategua.
45/8 Caesar regards the growth of a palm tree near Munda as a sign of the
45/10 kirmishes between the armies of Caesar and Pompeius, near Soricaria.
45/11 Caesar destroys the army of Pompeius in a hard-fought battle at Munda
45/12 Caesar besieges and captures Munda.
45/14 Caesar captures Corduba and other cities.
45/23 Caesar writes a pamphlet "Anti-Cato" in response to Cicero's encomium
45/28 Octavianus joins Caesar in Spain.
45/29 Caesar establishes colonies at Emporiae and other places in Spain.
45/36 Caesar completes the settlement of affairs in Spain.
45/37 Caesar gives increased powers to the city prefects within the city
45/43 Caesar sends Vatinius to exact tribute and hostages from the Illyrian
45/43a Caesar sends C.Carinas to pursue Sex.Pompeius, who is gathering rebel
45/44 Caesar's forces, under the command of Antistius, attack Caecilius Bas
45/45 Games are held in honour of Caesar's victories.
45/50 to Narbo, where C.Trebonius suggests forming a plot against Caesar.
45/51 Caesar composes his final will, which names Octavianus as his chosen
45/52 Caesar arrives back in Rome.
45/54 rther honours are awarded to Caesar, including the titles "imper
45/57 The triumph of Caesar, for his victory in Spain.
45/58 Caesar increases the number of magistrates and the size of the senate
45/59 Caesar directly appoints half of the magistrates for 44 B.C.
45/64 Caesar visits Cicero, near Puteoli.
45/77 Caesar starts work on many building projects, including a theatre,
45/78 tor, pretending to be the son of Asinius Dio, is punished by Caesar.
45/79 Caes:BCiv_, Caesar's commentaries on the civil war against Pompeius.
45/81 Ventidius wins the favour of Caesar during the civil wars and as trib
44/_ Consuls: C. Julius Caesar (V), M.Antonius
44/2 Caesar plans to found a Roman colony on the site of Carthage.
44/3 Caesar founds a Roman colony on the site of Corinth.
44/4 Other colonies founded by Caesar, at Forum Julii, Heracleia Pontica,
44/6 Caesar sends Asinius Pollio to command his forces against Sextus Pomp
44/7 Caesar extends the pomerium of the city of Rome.
44/8 Caesar recalls C.Antonius and other exiles.
44/9 Caesar restores the statues of Pompeius.
44/10 The month of Quintilis is rename July, in honour of Caesar.
44/11 The senate grants further extravagant honours to Caesar.
44/12 Caesar fails to stand for a delegation from the senate.
44/13 Some of the crowd acclaim Caesar as king during a procession from the
44/14 Caesar deposes the tribunes Marullus and Flavus, after they remove
44/16 Caesar rejects suggestions that he should have a bodyguard.
44/17 Caesar and the senate pass a decree confirming their friendly relatio
44/18 Caesar is appointed dictator for life (dictator perpetuus).
44/19 Antonius offers a diadem to Caesar at the festival of Lupercalia, but
44/20 Caesar allows Marullus and Flavus to return from exile, at the reques
44/21 Caesar appoints the magistrates for the next two years.
44/22 Caesar appoints Octavianus to become magister equitum, when Lepidus
44/23 ssius persuades M.Brutus to join him in a conspiracy against Caesar.
44/29 Rumours about Caesar's future plans, including a long expedition
44/30 Omens foretell the death of Caesar.
44/31 Stratagems employed by Caesar during his wars.
44/32 Various sayings of Caesar, including a comment on the dictatorship
44/33 Pompeius Trogus, Q.Sextius and Theopompus are associates of Caesar.
44/34 General comments on the brilliant and ambitious character of Caesar.
44/35 ing at the house of Lepidus, Caesar remarks that the best kind of dea
44/36 Julius Caesar is murdered in the senate-house by Brutus, Cassius and
44/39 ate authorises the publication of the full details of Caesar's will.
44/40 Caesar's funeral is followed by violent disturbances in the city
44/42 a public statement, denying that he took part in Caesar's murder.
44/45 Octavianus arrives at Brundisium, and takes on the name of Caesar.
44/46 plements, and allegedly falsifies, written proposals left by Caesar.
44/47 Antonius seizes all of Caesar's money from the temple of Ops.
44/54 Lepidus is appointed to be pontifex maximus, in place of Caesar.
44/58 is put to death by Antonius, after setting up an altar to Caesar.
44/64 own an altar and column, which had been erected in honour of Caesar.
44/69 ces to every Roman citizen, according to the terms of Caesar's will.
44/70 uls for recovery of property from Octavianus, as the heir of Caesar.
44/89 met appears, and is interpreted as Julius Caesar going up to heaven.
44/95 Bassus defeats Murcus, the general sent against him by Caesar.
43/127 "De Morte", probably based on the death of Julius Caesar.
43/40 Caes]:BAfr_, the accounts of Caesar's wars in Alexandria and Africa.
43/97 The murderers of Julius Caesar are condemned to death, as authorised
42/11 The ghost of Julius Caesar appears to Brutus in his tent.
42/16 promote the cult of Julius Caesar, including elaborate celebrations
40/27 lebrate a festival, to commemorate the defeat of Caesar's assassins.
33/_ Consuls: Imp. Caesar Divi f. (II), L. Volcacius L.f. Tullus
31/_ Consuls: Imp. Caesar Divi f. (III), M. Valerius M.f. Messalla Corvinu
30/_ Consuls: Imp. Caesar Divi f. (IV), M. Licinius M.f. Crassus
30/6 lius, one of the assassins of Julius Caesar, is put to death in Cos.
30/45 the last surviving member of the conspiracy against Julius Caesar.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Caesar
[sallustius],- [SALLUSTIUS], Ad Caesarem Epistula
[sallustius],- [SALLUSTIUS], Ad Caesarem Oratio
Suetonius,- SUETONIUS, Julius Caesar

  Caesar 24   (Sex. Julius Caesar) - Roman governor of Syria, 47 B.C.
  + Sextus
47/53 Sex.Caesar appoints Herodes to be governor of Coele Syria.
46/75 Sextus Caesar is defeated and killed by Caecilius Bassus.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_14.160 became known to Sextus Caesar, who was a relation of the
Joseph:AJ_14.170 [170] However, Sextus Caesar, president of Syria, wrote
Joseph:AJ_14.178 he had been with Sextus Caesar, and had put his own affai
Joseph:AJ_14.180 ll. [180] But when Sextus had made Herodes general of the
Joseph:AJ_14.268 design against Sextus Caesar, and slew him, and then
Joseph:AJ_14.270 Murcus came from Rome to take Sextus's government upon
Joseph:BJ_01.205 acquainted with Sextus Caesar, a kinsman of the great
Joseph:BJ_* 01.211-213 * However, Sextus Caesar was in fear for the young man,
Joseph:BJ_01.216 rous slaughter of Sextus Caesar, by Caecilius Bassus, whic
Joseph:BJ_01.217 out of Italy as successor to Sextus. [11.] & [218] There

  Caesar 25   (C. Caesar) - son of Agrippa and grandson of Augustus
Wikipedia entry
  + Agrippa , Caius , Gaius
AnthPal_7.626   ing in the desert, since Caesar the son has trapped the
AntipThes_9.59   mount to heaven. O Caius, & bulwark of your country, Rome
AntipThes_9.297   bably addressed to Gaius Caesar when sent by Augustus to
FastCap_p84   ifex maximus XXIII Consuls: C. Caesar Aug.f. Divi n. , L.A
Festus:Brev_19   Parthia. Claudius Caesar, grandson of Augustus, when he
Hieron:Chron_2001   [2001] Augustus adopted Gaius Agrippa as his son. [not
Hieron:Chron_2017   [2015 in Ar.] C.Caesar made a treaty of friendship with
Oros_7.3   Caesar Augustus sent his grandson Gaius to govern the provinces of
Plut:Mor_207   ay. & When he sent Gaius his daughter's son into Armenia,

  Caesar 30   - the traditional title of the Roman emperors
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Julian:Mis_340 nce once, after I became Caesar, it was by accident and
Julian:Mis_357 when he had appointed me as Caesar he did not put me

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