Caesar's First Wife

Monroe E. Deutsch
Classical Philology
Vol. 12, No. 1 (Jan., 1917), pp. 93-96
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Onomasticon in Forcellini's Totius Latinitatis Lexicon, s.v. "Cos- sutia,"
    • Liddell, History of Rome, 640, footnote.
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Histoire de Jules César (1867), I, 253
    • n. 5.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • History of the Romans under the Empire, I, 85, n. 3
    • Roman Triumvirates, 37.
  • 5
    Caesar: A Sketch, 77-78.
  • 6
    Caesar, 40.
  • 7
    Julius Caesar, 28.
  • 8
    Annals of Caesar, 6.
  • 9
    Caesar: Sein Leben, seine Zeit und seine Politik (Leipzig, 1913), 10.
  • 11
    IV, 938 (11th ed.)
  • 12
    IV (1901), 1674.
  • 13
    The Thesaurus (Onomasticon, Vol. II) s.v. "Cossutia"
  • 14
    III1, 762 (1837).
  • 15
    III2, 684 (n. 3) and 694.
  • 16
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Grandezza e Decadenza di Roma (I, 126, n. 1)
    • Caesar's wife in his later work on The Women of the Caesars (p. 20).
  • 1
    Suet, Tit. 7. 2
  • 3
    North's translation: "Afterwards, when he was come out of that office, he married his third wife Pompeia, having a daughter by his first wife, Cornelia."
  • 2
    Sihler (Annals of Caesar, 6)
  • 3
    Marquardt, Das Privatleben der Römer, I, 29.
  • 1
    CIL, V, 2, 5933.
  • 2
    L. Friedlaender, Darstellungen aus der Sittengeschichte Roms, I8, 469, n. 8.