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Julius Caesar

 

Pronunciation:  DZHOU-lee-us + SEE-zsar

Occurrences:  2 – Commentary only

 

 

See:  First Track, First World, Rome

 

Summary:  Mentioned only in Azrael’s Commentary, Julius Caesar existed in both timelines — that of the First Track, as well as our present timeline that we are experiencing. In both timelines Julius Caesar was an emperor of the Roman Empire. It is unknown to what degree the two histories of Julius Caesar compare, other than in both timelines he led a prominent role in the history of the Roman Empire.

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Vespasian IV; para. 4

 

[...] Vespasian IV reigned for thirty-eight years and his passing was deeply felt by the empire he ruled. He had won the heart of his military by actually assuming command of Roman forces in his effort to seize Petragia. His courage, skill and cunning were undeniable. Vespasian had been a man of great intellect and foresight. Upon his death, the Roman senate commissioned a gold statue of the Emperor be made and placed in the Roman Forum along with that of Julius Caesar and other emperors of great merit.

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Sulla Cornellius; para. 5

 

[...] The severe measures taken against Sulla Cornellius by the Emperor and the senate was engineered solely by Commodus III and was meant to save the Emperor from the senate itself. The senate was ruled by very powerful Roman families. Families who could trace their senatorial seats back beyond Julius Caesar, to the very founding of the Roman Republic itself. So Sulla Cornellius became the scapegoat and with his public shame came the death knell of the last of the imperial line of the Cornelli clan.

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Julius Atticus
Julius Kasari