Gaius Caesar


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Roman Emperor who succeeded Tiberius and whose uncontrolled passions resulted in manifest insanity

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This means that the order of Roman governors was Varus (4 BC)/Quirinius (3 BC and 2 BC)/ Varus again--but wait a minute here; we also know that Gaius Caesar became governor in 1 BC, so how could Varus possibly have been governor a second time--the Lapis Tiburtinus notwithstanding?
(39.) In addition to the statues of Lucius and Gaius Caesar (see n.
There are no other full heads of children to make a test comparison, but one might note the Alexandrian bronze with obverse head of Augustus (over 60) and reverse of the roughly eighteen-year-old Gaius Caesar, where the two seem almost to be coeval.(10) The alternative, that the coin is Neronian, can be all but ruled out.
Caligulabyname of Gaius Caesar, in full Gaius Caesar Germanicus (b.
Little Boots is the translation of Caligula, the nickname of Roman Emperor Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus.