82 – Julia Caesaris born around 82 BC, after her mother died in childbirth.
She was the daughter of Gaius Julius Caesar the dictator, by Cornelia Cinna, and his only child in marriage. She was the wife of Pompey the Great and renowned for her beauty and virtue.
59 – Married to Pompey the Great in April, with whom Caesar sought a strong political alliance in forming the First Triumvirate.
54 – Fell into premature labour, and her constitution received an irreparable shock. She died in childbed on August and her infant, a son, according to some writers, survived her only a few days. Caesar was in Britain, according to Seneca, when he received the tidings of Julia’s death.