Person:Julia Antonia (1)

Julia Antonia _____
b.104 BC
d.Aft 39 BC
  1. Julia Antonia _____104 BC - Aft 39 BC
  2. Lucius Julius Caesar IV _____ - Aft 43 BC
  1. Mark Antony _____83 BC - 30 BC
  2. Gaius Antonius _____ - 42 BC
  3. Lucius Antonius _____ - Aft 41 BC
Facts and Events
Name Julia Antonia _____
Alt Name Julia _____, Caesar
Alt Name Julia daughter of Lucius Caesar, III
Gender Female
Birth[1] 104 BC
Marriage to Marcus Antonius Creticus _____
Death[1] Aft 39 BC
Reference Number? Q6485329?

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Julia (104 – after 39 BC) or Julia Antonia (known from the sources to distinguish her from other Juliae) was a daughter of Lucius Julius Caesar, the consul of 90 BC, and mother of the future triumvir and deputy of Caesar, Mark Antony. She was a sister of the Lucius Julius Caesar who was consul in 64 BC.

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