Julius Caesar (disambiguation)
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Gaius Julius Caesar (100–44 BC) was a Roman military and political leader and one of the most influential men of classical antiquity.
Julius Caesar may also refer to:
- Any of the Julii Caesares, a branch of the patrician Julian family line, of which the famous Julius Caesar was a member
- Julius Caesar (judge) (1557/8–1636), a British judge and politician (MP for Reigate, Bletchingley, Windsor, Westminster, Middlesex and Maldon)
- Julius Caesar (cricketer) (1830–1878), a Surrey cricketer
- Cajus Julius Caesar (born 1951), German politician (CDU), member of the German parliament, the Bundestag
- Julius Caesar Aranzi, Italian anatomist
- Julius Caesar Capaccio, a learned Italian
On stage and screen:
- Julius Caesar (play), a 1599 play by William Shakespeare
- Giulio Cesare, a 1724 Italian opera by George Frideric Handel and Nicola Francesco Haym
- Film and video adaptations of the Shakespeare play:
- Julius Caesar (1914 film), an Italian film
- Julius Caesar (1926 film),
- Julius Caesar (1950 film), starring Charlton Heston
- Julius Caesar (1953 film), starring Marlon Brando, James Mason and John Gielgud
- Julius Caesar (1970 film), starring Charlton Heston, Jason Robards and Richard Johnson
- Julius Caesar (1979), a television version produced by the BBC and starring Richard Pasco, Charles Gray and Keith Michell
- Julius Caesar (TV miniseries), a 2002 TV miniseries directed by Uli Edel
In fictional characters:
- A number of fictionalized depictions of the Roman dictator, including:
- General Julicaesar, a villain from the series Great Mazinger
In other uses:
- Caesar (disambiguation)
- Jules (disambiguation), French form of "Julius"
- Cesar (disambiguation), French, Spanish and Portuguese form of "Caesar"
- Giulio Cesare (disambiguation), Italian form of "Julius Caesar"
- Julio Cesar (disambiguation), Spanish and Portuguese form of "Julius Caesar"
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