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'''Julia''' ([[Latin]]: "youthful") is a woman's name. In [[Ancient Rome]] women from all branches of the Julius family were called Julia.
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'''Julia''' ([[Latin]]: "youthful") is a woman's name. In [[Ancient Rome]] women from all branches of the Julius family had Julia as a type of honorary title as part of their full name.
  
*Julia Caesaris, the name of many Julias of the Julii Caesares (Julius Caesar branch)  
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*[[Julia Caesaris]] the name of many Julias of the Julii Caesares ([[Julius Caesar]] branch)  
*[[Julia the Elder]] (daughter of emperor [[Augustus]])
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*[[Julia the Elder]] (daughter of the emperor [[Augustus]])  
*[[Livia]] Drusilla, Julia Augusta, (wife of emperor Augustus)
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*[[Julia Drusi Caesaris]] (daughter of Drusus the Younger, granddaughter of emperor [[Tiberius]])
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*[[Julia Agrippina]] (Agrippina the Younger) (daughter of [[Germanicus]]) 
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*[[Julia Drusilla]] (daughter of Germanicus)
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*[[Julia Livilla]] (daughter of Germanicus).
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*[[Julia Drusilla]] (daughter of emperor [[Caligula]])  
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Latest revision as of 09:10, 12 July 2016

Julia (Latin: "youthful") is a woman's name. In Ancient Rome women from all branches of the Julius family had Julia as a type of honorary title as part of their full name.

Julia has more than one meaning. As such, this article is merely a disambiguation page, listing articles associated with Julia.

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