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Julio-Claudian family tree

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Julio-Claudian family tree

The Julio-Claudian dynasty of the early Roman Empire has a family tree complicated by multiple marriages between the members of the gens Julia and the gens Claudia.

marriage 1, 2 spouse order

Family tree

Sextus Julius Caesar I
Gaius Julius Caesar I
Sextus Julius Caesar II Postumus
Gaius Julius Caesar II
Marcia Regia
Gaius Marius
Julia Caesaris
Gaius Julius Caesar the Elder
Aurelia Cotta
Sextus Julius Caesar I
3 Calpurnia Pisonis
Lucius Julius Caesar II
Julia Caesaris
Marcus Atius Balbus
Sextus Julius Caesar II
2 Pompeia
Lucius Julius Caesar III
Gaius Julius Caesar
Gaius Octavius
Sextus Julius Caesar III
1 Cornelia Cinna minor
Julia Antonia
2 Pompey
Julia Caesaris
1 Gaius Claudius Marcellus Minor
Octavia Minor
2 Mark Antony
1 Scribonia
Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus Augustus (Gaius Octavius)
Livia Drusilla Augusta
1 Tiberius Claudius Nero
1 Claudius Marcellus
2 Julia the Elder
3 Tiberius Claudius Nero
1 Vipsania Agrippina
Drusus the Elder
Antonia Minor
2 Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
1 Plautia Urgulanilla
Drusus the Younger
Claudius Drusus
Julia the Younger
Gaius Caesar
Tiberius Gemellus
Livia Julia
2 Aelia Paetina
Agrippa Postumus
Lucius Caesar
Agrippina the Elder
2 Claudius
Claudia Antonia
Lucius Cassius Longinus
Drusus Caesar
Julia Livilla
4 Agrippina the Younger
1 Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus (consul 32)
3 Valeria Messalina
Milonia Caesonia
Gaius Caesar (Caligula)
Nero Caesar
1 Claudia Octavia
Julia Drusilla
1 Otho
2 Poppaea Sabina
2 Nero
3 Statilia Messalina
Claudia Augusta

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