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Marcus Atius Balbus

Nicknames: "Minor"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Aricia
Death: Died in BC,Roma,,Italy
Immediate Family:

Son of Marcus Atius Balbus and Pompeia Strabo
Husband of Julia Caesar d.y. av Romarriket and Julia Caesaris Minor
Father of Atia Balba Caesonia; Atia Balba Prima and Atia Balba Tertia

Occupation: Praetor Of Rome, 'of Rome'
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About Marcus Atius Balbus

ID: I62051

Name: Marcus Atius Balbus of Rome

Given Name: Marcus Atius Balbus

Surname: of Rome

Sex: M

_UID: CEFEA4F6C68D974490309CF4CDB8D99DDFC0

Change Date: 3 Oct 2005

Death: deceased

Father: Marcus Aetius Balbus of Rome

Mother: Pompeia

Marriage 1 Julia of Rome

Married:

Children

Atia\Atila of Rome

Marriage 2 Julia of Rome Caesar

Married:

Children

Atia\Atila of Rome

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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I62051

Marcus Atius

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Marcus Atius Balbus (105 BC–51 BC) was the son and heir of an elder Marcus Atius Balbus (148 BC–87 BC) and Pompeia. Pompeia was a sister to consul Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo, father of triumvir Pompey. The family of the elder Balbus came from a Roman senatorial family plebs status from Aricia (modern Ariccia, Italy). ‘Balbus’ in Latin means stammer. The younger Balbus was born and raised in Aricia.

Balbus married Julia Minor, second eldest sister of dictator Gaius Julius Caesar.

Julia bore Balbus three daughters and they were:

-1. Atia Balba Prima - mother of Quintus Pedius who served as a general and consul.

-2. Atia Balba Caesonia - mother of Octavia Minor (fourth wife of triumvir Mark Antony) and of first Emperor Augustus.

-3. Atia Balba Tertia - mother of Lucius Pinarius, who was a political supporter of Mark Antony.

He served as a praetor in 62 BC and he managed to obtain the government of Sardinia. Under Caesar in 59 BC, Balbus was appointed along with Pompey on a board of commissioners under Julian Law to divide estates in Campania among the commoners. Cicero stated that Pompey would say as a joke about Balbus, that he was not a person of any importance.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Atius

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Atius -------------------- The Balbus family originated in Africa and could boast many ancestral busts of senators. His mother was also closely related to Pompeii 'The Great'. -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Atius

Marcus Atius Balbus (105 BC – 51 BC) was the son and heir of an elder Marcus Atius Balbus (148 BC – 87 BC) and Pompeia.

Balbus married Julia Minor, second eldest sister of dictator Gaius Julius Caesar. Julia bore Balbus three daughters and they were:

  1. Atia Balba Prima - mother of Quintus Pedius who served as a general and consul.
  2. Atia Balba Caesonia - mother of Octavia Minor (fourth wife of triumvir Mark Antony) and of first Emperor Augustus.
  3. Atia Balba Tertia - mother of Lucius Pinarius, who was a political supporter of Mark Antony.

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