Julia

(39 BC-AD 14) Roman noble, only child of the emperor Augustus and his first wife Scribonia. She married her cousin Marcus Marcellus 25 BC, and after his death two years later, she married Marcus Vipsanius...
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Julia

(39 BCE- 14 CE) daughter of Augustus and his first wife; she married three times, first to Marcellus, then to Agrippa, and finally to Tiberius; she had five children with Agrippa; in 2 BCE, Augustus sent his daughter into exile; Augustus wanted to tighten the morals of his empire but his daughter flagrantly committed adultery and caused vicious gos...
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Julia

(AD 18-c. 42) Roman noble, youngest daughter of Germanicus Caesar...
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Julia

(c. 19 BC-AD 28) Roman noble, daughter of Julia (the daughter of Augustus) and Agrippa. She was banished AD 8 by ...
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Julia

(died AD 59) Roman noble, daughter of Drusus Caesar and Livilla, granddaughter of the emperor Tiberius. ...
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Julia

(from the article `1977: Other Winners`) Original Screenplay: Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman for Annie HallAdapted Screenplay: Alvin Sargent for JuliaCinematography: Vilmos Zsigmond for ... Other Nominees Other Nominees[3 related articles]
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Julia

(from the article `Pompey the Great`) ...their continued solidarity was essential if they were to secure what Caesar gained for them in 59. Caesar, for his part, wanted a long-term ... ...active of Pompey`s obstructors so far. Only Caesar, on good terms with both, was in a position to reconcile them. Early in 59, Pompey sealed his ... ...
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Julia

(lived 1st century BC) Roman noble, sister of Julius Caesar and grandmother of the emperor Augustus. ...
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Julia

(1986) Julia (1986) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Julia

(POL_IPR_BON) Julia (POL IPR BON) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Julia

[butterfly] An index covering articles that describe Jalayirid rule of Iraq and portions of Persia in the 14th and 15th centuries. ...
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Julia

[daughter of Drusus the Younger] Julia Drusi Caesaris Filia (Classical Latin: IVLIA•DRVSI•CAESARIS•FILIA 5-43) or Julia Livia, commonly nicknamed Junilla, was the daughter of Drusus Julius Caesar and Livilla and granddaughter to the Roman Emperor Tiberius, she was also first cousin of the emperor Caligula and niece of the emperor Clau...
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Julia

[daughter of Tigranes VI of Armenia] Julia was a Herodian Princess who lived in the 1st century and possibly in the 2nd century in the Roman Empire. She was of Jewish, Nabataean, Edomite, Greek, Armenian and Persian ancestry. She was the daughter of the Herodian Prince, later King Tigranes VI of Armenia and his wife Opgalli. Her father in t...
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Julia

[gastropod] clade Euthyneura clade Panpulmonata clade Sacoglossa Julia is the type genus of the family Juliidae. As Tryon (1884) wrote in his description of the genus Julia: the shell is oblong, thick, and cordiform. The valves are closed, the margins entire and the valves are inequilateral. The lunule is deep circular, projecting into the ...
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Julia

[gens] The gens Julia or Iulia was one of the most ancient patrician families at Ancient Rome. Members of the gens attained the highest dignities of the state in the earliest times of the Republic. The first of the family to obtain the consulship was Gaius Julius Iulus in 489 BC. The gens is perhaps best known, however, for Gaius Julius Cae...
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Julia

[programming language] Julia is a high-level dynamic programming language designed to address the requirements of high-performance numerical and scientific computing while also being effective for general purpose programming. Unusual aspects of Julia`s design include having a type system with parametric types in a fully dynamic programming ...
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Julia

[river] Julia (Romansh: Gelgia) is a river in the Grisons canton, eastern Switzerland. It is a tributary of the Albula river, which it meets in Tiefencastel. The road to the Julier Pass runs through the Julia valley. ...
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Julia

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Julia

[unidentified sound] Description= A European jackal Source= Roosevelt in Africa, 1910 ...
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Julia

Julia is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Julia

Julia is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `young one, devoted to Jupiter` The name Julia is most commonly given to Dutch girls. Julia is at number 2 in the top 50 of Dutch girls (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Jilly, Juley Use for the other sex: Julius What do they use in other countries? Jules (English) Juul (Dutch...
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Julia

Julia is the beloved of Proteus in The Two Gentlemen of Verona,.
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Julia

the Roman emperor Augustus` only child, whose scandalous behaviour eventually caused him to exile her.[2 related articles]
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