How old was Caesar's daughter when she married Pompey?

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Julia (c. 80-54): daughter of Julius Caesar, married to Pompey the Great. Julia, born between 83 and 76, was the daughter of Gaius Julius Caesar, a young Roman nobleman, and Cornelia.

Also to know is, how old was Julia when she married Pompey?

Julia (c. 80-54): daughter of Julius Caesar, married to Pompey the Great. Julia, born between 83 and 76, was the daughter of Gaius Julius Caesar, a young Roman nobleman, and Cornelia.

Beside above, how did Caesar's daughter Julia die? Childbirth

Similarly, it is asked, who married Caesar's daughter?

Pompey m. 59 BC–54 BC

How does Pompey bargain for Caesar's daughter Julia?

Pompey grants Julia's wish to free her enslaved teacher Abalonius. Abalonius refuses to be freed. Why? He is not Roman.

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How did Caesar's first wife die?

Cornelia (wife of Caesar)
Died circa 69 BC (aged about 28) Rome
Known for The first or second wife of Julius Caesar
Spouse(s) Julius Caesar (84-69 BC; her death)
Children Julia (76-54 BC)

When did Julia caesaris die?

54 BC

What age did Pompey die?

57 years (106 BC–48 BC)

Who killed Pompey?

Pompey the Great assassinated. Upon landing in Egypt, Roman general and politician Pompey is murdered on the orders of King Ptolemy of Egypt. During his long career, Pompey the Great displayed exceptional military talents on the battlefield.

Who was Pompey married to?

m. 87 BC–82 BC
Aemilia Scaura
m. 82 BC–82 BC
Mucia Tertia
m. 79 BC–61 BC
Julia Caesaris
m. 59 BC–54 BC
Cornelia Metella
m. 52 BC–48 BC

Who is Julius Caesar's son?


Why did Pompey marry Julia?

Caesar broke off this engagement and married her to Pompey in April 59 BC, with whom Caesar sought a strong political alliance in forming the First Triumvirate. A rumor suggested that the middle aged conqueror was losing interest in politics in favor of domestic life with his young wife.

What happened to Julius Caesar's grandson?

Julius Caesar had no grandsons. His daughter died in childbirth and the child did not survive. He reportedly had a son by Cleopatra. His other known offspring, by Cleopatra, Caesarion, was executed in infancy by order of Caesar Augustus, soon after the battle of Actium in 31.

Where did the phrase crossing the Rubicon come from?

Irrevocably commit to a course of action, make a fateful and final decision. For example, Once he submitted his resignation, he had crossed the Rubicon. This phrase alludes to Julius Caesar's crossing the Rubicon River (between Italy and Gaul) in 49 b.c., thereby starting a war against Pompey and the Roman Senate.

Who did Pompey marry after Julia?

Spouse(s) Antistia (86–82 BC, divorced) Aemilia Scaura (82–79 BC, her death) Mucia Tertia (79–61 BC, divorced) Julia (59–54 BC, her death) Cornelia Metella (52–48 BC, his death)
Children Gnaeus Pompeius Pompeia Magna Sextus Pompey Child with Julia (died young)
Parent(s) Pompeius Strabo (father)
Family gens Pompeia

Who said Caesar's wife must be above suspicion?

Caesar gave no evidence against Clodius at his trial, and he was acquitted. Nevertheless, Caesar divorced Pompeia, saying that "my wife ought not even to be under suspicion". This gave rise to a proverb, sometimes expressed: "Caesar's wife must be above suspicion".

Who were Caesar's siblings?

Julia Minor
Julia Major

Where is the ancient city of Gaul?

Gaul (Latin Gallia, French Gaule) is the name given by the Romans to the territories where the Celtic Gauls (Latin Galli, French Gaulois) lived, including present France, Belgium, Luxemburg and parts of the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany on the west bank of the Rhine, and the Po Valley, in present Italy.

What is the first triumvirate who was involved?

Triumph of the Triumvirate
One of the key factors was the First Triumvirate. The First Triumvirate was a political alliance between three powerful men in the Roman Republic: Gaius Julius Caesar, Marcus Licinius Crassus, and Gnaeus Pompey. It was formed in 60 BCE, and lasted until 53 BCE.

Did Caesar kill his father?

Little is recorded of Caesar's childhood. In 85 BC, Caesar's father died suddenly, so Caesar was the head of the family at 16.

Did Caesar and Cleopatra meet?

In 41 BC he summoned Cleopatra to meet him in the city of Tarsus in modern-day Turkey. Cleopatra was a seductive woman and she used her talents to maintain and expand her power. Her first conquest was Julius Caesar in 48 BC. He was 52, she was 22.

What happened to Pompey's wife?

After her first husband's death at the Battle of Carrhae, Cornelia became the fifth wife of Pompey in 52 BC. She was a faithful follower of Pompey and met him in Mytilene with his son Sextus Pompeius, after the battle of Pharsalus in 48 BC. Together, they fled to Egypt where Pompey was murdered.