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8630 SW Scholls Ferry Rd #133, Beaverton OR is my personal genealogy hobby site. The data contained here has been gathered through 20 years of genealogy. It contains everyone I know who are connected to European Royalty or Nobility. Some small part of it is my original research, but most of it has been generously shared with me!

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Family Sheet
Name: King Cotiso Of The Getae Born: Married: Died:
Name: Julia Iii Augusta Note Born: at Abt. 39 BC Died: at Abt. 14 Ad , Reggio Di Calabria, Italy Other Spouses: Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa Tiberius Caesar Emperor Of Rome(14-37 Ad) Marcus Marcellus Antyllus "the Younger'' (marcus Antonius) Father: Gaius Octavius (augustus) Caesar Emperor Of Rome Mother: Scribonia

2). When Augustus Casear her father learned of her adult e r i e s, heconsidered her execution, refu sed to see visi to r s f o r some time, thenforbid Julia from drinking win e o r e njo y a ny other lux ury during herexile denied al l ma le c ompa ny , whether free or servile. Julia was kept o n a pri s on is lan d for five years. While in exile, Jul i a gave birt h to a chil d which Augustus refuse d to all o w to be acknow ledge d or re ared. When her name came u p i n conversation , August us woul d sometimes quotefrom t he I liad Ah, neve r to hav e married , and childless t o hav e died! T he Roman e mperor August us on ly child, whose sca ndalous be havioureven tually ca used hi m to ex ile her. Julia s mother was Scribonia, who was divorced by Aug u s t u s when the childwas a few days old . Julia was brou g h t u p s trictly, her every word andaction being watche d . Af te r a br ief marria ge to Marcus Marcellus, whodie d i n 2 3 BC , Juli a wedded Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, Augu stus c h iefl ieutena nt, in 21 BC. Their two eldest son s wer e ado pted b y Augustu s in17 BC and given th e name s Gaiu s and L ucius C aesar. Jul ia had a third son,Agripp a Postu mus, an d two dau ghters, J u lia and Agrippina. With Agrippa s death in 12 BC, Augustus wife, Livi a , w a s a ble toconvince him to favour her o wn sons b y a f orm e r marr iage, Tiberius andDrusus, as possible su ccesso rs an d Augus tus force d Tiberius to divorcehis w ife an d ma rry J ulia i n 11 BC. It was an unwanted and un happyma rria g e fo r both o f them. Julia began to lea d a promiscu ous l ife, he radulteri es becoming common kn o wledge in Ro me. After an infant son by Julia perished in 6 BC, Tiberi u s w e n t intovoluntary exile, leaving Jul ia in Rome. Fi na ll y Au gu stus discovered howJulia was behaving. Afte r thr eat enin g he r with dea th, he banished her toPandat aria , an i slan d of f the coast of Campania, in 2 Bc. Sh e wa s later m ove d to Rh egium. Upon becoming emperor, Ti beriu s withhel d he r allowan ce,and Julia eventuall y die d of m alnutritio n. Julia s guilt is not doubted, but she was a witty and i n t e l ligent womanand was loved by the p eople. Augustu s sh ow e d h er no mercy, however,calling her a disease i n m y fle sh . S ource

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