DAUGHTER OF AUGUSTUS AND SCRIBONIA
- - born 39 B.C. See: Leon, Transactions of the American Philological Association 82 (1951) 168-175.
- - 37: betrothed to Antyllus, the son of Marcus Antonius
Dio Cassius, The Roman History 48. 34.3.
- - 25: married to her first-cousin M. Claudius Marcellus
Dio 53. 27.5; Suetonius Augustus 63. 1; Velleius Paterculus 2.93.1
- - 23, August death of Marcellus: Julia a widow at 16.
- - 21 married at the age of 18 to Augustus' friend, M. Vipsanius Agrippa
Dio 54. 6.5
- - Children:
20: Gaius (Caesar)
19: Vipsania Julia
17: Lucius (Caesar)
14: Agrippina (born at Athens in October)
12: Agrippa Postumus
(Agrippa died on March 12)
- - 17, Spring: Julia travelled with Agrippa to the East (Winter 15/14 at Lesbos,
Mitylene, Priene, Ilion, Pergamon, Ephesus, Andros, Athens)
- - 13, Spring: return to Rome.
- - 11 marriage with Tiberius at Augustus' order
- - 10 death of a son of Julia and Tiberius at Aquileia
Suetonius, Tiberius 7. 3.
- - 9 Death of Tiberius' brother Drusus
- - 6 B.C. Retirement of Tiberius to Rhodes
- - JULIA'S LOVERS:
Iullus Antonius (Velleius 2. 100)
Ti. Sempronius Gracchus
T. Quinctius Crispinus
Appius Claudius Pulcher
- - 2 B.C. Discovery of her adulteries by Augustus: matter referred to the Senate.
her divorce papers in Tiberius' name.
Julia relegated to an island (Pandataria),
joined by Scribonia. In 3 A.D.
allowed to stay at Rhegium (Reggio Calabria).
- - 14 A.D. Died of starvation
Tacitus Annales I. 53
-Fantham, Elaine, Julia Augusti: The Emperor's Daughter (London:-New York Routledge 2006).
-Barrett, Anthony R., Livia: First Lady of Imperial Rome (New Haven: Yale 2002).
January 28, 2010 4:02 PM
John Paul Adams, CSUN