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Atia Balba Caesonia

Also Known As: "Atia Balba Secunda", "Atia Balba Major", "Atia Balba Maior", "Ancharia"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Italy?
Death: Died in Italy?
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Daughter of Marcus Atius Balbus, Praetor and Julia Caesaris Minor
Wife of Augustus Ceasar Octavian; Marcus or Quintus Pedius; Paullus Fabius Maximus; Gaius Octavius, IV and Lucius Marcius Phillipus
Mother of Quintus Pedius; Octavia Major; Octavia Minor; Marcia Philippina and Fabia Numantina
Sister of Atia Balba Tertia and Atia Balba Prima

Occupation: of Rome
Managed by: Noel Clark Bush
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About Atia Balba Caesonia

Niece of THE Julius Caesar

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33740611072440471. Atia Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 daughter of Marcus Atius Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE and Julia ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in , , Roma, Italy and died in 43 B.C..

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a55.htm#i547459236

67481222144880942. Marcus Atius Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,1746 was born in 148 B.C. in , , Roma, Italy and died in 87 B.C. in , , Roma, Italy at age 61.

Marcus married Julia ROMAN EMPIRE in 98 BC, , Roma, Italy. Julia was born in 83 B.C. in Roma, , Italy and died in 51 B.C. at age 32.

The child from this marriage was:

33740611072440471 i. Atia Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE (born in , , Roma, Italy - died in 43 B.C.)

67481222144880943. Julia ROMAN EMPIRE,1746 daughter of Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE and Aurelia ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in 83 B.C. in Roma, , Italy and died in 51 B.C. at age 32.

Medical Notes:

Octavius, her grandson, delivered the eulogy at her funeral, which was his first public appearance as Emperor.

Julia married Marcus Atius Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in 98 BC, , Roma, Italy. Marcus was born in 148 B.C. in , , Roma, Italy and died in 87 B.C. in , , Roma, Italy at age 61.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a56.htm#i547458879

67481222144880943. Julia ROMAN EMPIRE,1746 daughter of Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE and Aurelia ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in 83 B.C. in Roma, , Italy and died in 51 B.C. at age 32.

Medical Notes:

Octavius, her grandson, delivered the eulogy at her funeral, which was his first public appearance as Emperor.

Julia married Marcus Atius Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in 98 BC, , Roma, Italy. Marcus was born in 148 B.C. in , , Roma, Italy and died in 87 B.C. in , , Roma, Italy at age 61.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a56.htm#i547458925

134962444289761886. Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Caius Julius II ROMAN EMPIRE and Marcia ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in 124 B.C. in Roma, Italy and died in 84 B.C. in Pisa, Roma, Italy at age 40.

General Notes:

Died suddenly "while putting on his shoes" at Pisa, 84 B.C.

Caius married Aurelia ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Rome, Italy>. Aurelia was born in <124 BC, , Roma, Italy> and died in Y.

Children from this marriage were:

67481222144880943 i. Julia ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 83 B.C. in Roma, , Italy - died in 51 B.C.)

                       ii.  Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar ROMAN EMPIRE was born in 100 B.C. in , , Rome, Italy, died on 15 March 44 B.C. in , , Rome, Italy at age 56, and was buried in , , Rome, Italy. The cause of his death was Assassinated. 

134962444289761887. Aurelia ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,1746 was born in <124 BC, , Roma, Italy> and died in Y.

Aurelia married Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Rome, Italy>. Caius was born in 124 B.C. in Roma, Italy and died in 84 B.C. in Pisa, Roma, Italy at age 40.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a57.htm#i547458863

269924888579523772. Caius Julius II ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Caius Julius I ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in 149 BC, , Roma, Italy and died in 125 BC, , Roma, Italy.

Caius married Marcia ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <124 BC, , Roma, Italy>. Marcia was born in 147 B.C. in Roma, Italy. The child from this marriage was:

134962444289761886 i. Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 124 B.C. in Roma, Italy - died in 84 B.C. in Pisa, Roma, Italy)

269924888579523773. Marcia ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 daughter of Quintus Marcius ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in 147 B.C. in Roma, Italy.

Marcia married Caius Julius II ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <124 BC, , Roma, Italy>. Caius was born in 149 BC, , Roma, Italy and died in 125 BC, , Roma, Italy.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a58.htm#i547458855

539849777159047544. Caius Julius I ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Sextus Julius I ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in 174 B.C. in Roma, Italy.

Caius married.

The child from this marriage was:

269924888579523772 i. Caius Julius II ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 149 BC, , Roma, Italy - died in 125 BC, , Roma, Italy)

539849777159047546. Quintus Marcius ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,1746 was born in 172 B.C. in Roma, Italy.

Quintus married.

The child from this marriage was:

269924888579523773 i. Marcia ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 147 B.C. in Roma, Italy)

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a59.htm#i547458951

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Atia Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE,daughter of Marcus Atius Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE. Marcus married Julia ROMAN EMPIRE in 98 BC, Roma, Italy. Julia was born in 83 B.C. in Roma,Italy and died in 51 B.C. at age 32. The child from this marriage was: Atia Balbus ROMAN EMPIRE (born in, Roma, Italy died in 43 B.C.) Julia ROMAN EMPIRE, daughter of Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE and Aurelia ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in 83 B.C. in Roma, Italy and died in 51 B.C. at age 32. Octavius, her grandson, delivered the eulogy at her funeral, which was his first public appearance as Emperor

ID: I62050

Name: Atia\Atila of Rome

Given Name: Atia\Atila

Surname: of Rome

Sex: F

_UID: 0239F5E6B4BBD342B2D9325C592218E72DEC

Change Date: 3 Oct 2005

Death: deceased

Father: Marcus Atius Balbus of Rome

Mother: Julia of Rome Caesar

Father: Marcus Atius Balbus of Rome

Mother: Julia of Rome

Marriage 1 Caius IV Octavius

Married:

Children

GAIUS @ OCTAVIAN JULIUS CAESAR b: 23 SEP 63 BC
Octavia of Rome

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Died : 43 BC


Died : 43 BC


Died : 43 BC


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Atia Balba Caesonia (85-43 f.Kr.) var systerdotter till Julius Caesar och mor till kejsare Augustus.

Hon gifte sig med provinsguvernören och senatorn Gajus Octavius. Deras barn var Octavia och den yngre Octavianus, senare Augustus. 59 f.Kr. avled Gajus Octavius på sin väg till Rom till sitt konsulat, och samma år gifte Atia om sig med en av Julius Caesars anhängare, Lucius Marcius Philippus, som blev konsul 56 f.Kr. Han älskade att uppfostra sina styvbarn vid sidan av sin son och dotter från ett tidigare äktenskap. Han arrangerade Octavias första bröllop med konsuln Gajus Claudius Marcellus.


Atia Balba Caesonia

Atia Balba Caesonia (85-43 BC) was the daughter of Julius Caesar's sister Julia Caesaris, mother of the Emperor Augustus, step-grandmother of the Emperor Tiberius, great-grandmother of the Emperor Claudius, great-great grandmother of the Emperor Caligula and Empress Agrippina the Younger, and great-great-great-grandmother of the Emperor Nero.

The name Atia Balba was also borne by the other two daughters[citation needed] of Julia Caesaris and her husband praetor Marcus Atius Balbus. They were Atia’s older sister Atia Balba Prima, and her younger sister was Atia Balba Tertia. As a result, she was sometimes referred to as Atia Balba Secunda to differentiate her from her two sisters. In former portrayals of the ancient history the mother of Augustus, Atia, was still described as the elder of two sisters.

Life

In his Dialogus de oratoribus, Tacitus notes her to be exceptionally religious and moral, and one of the most admired matrons in the history of the Republic:

In her presence no base word could be uttered without grave offence, and no wrong deed done. Religiously and with the utmost delicacy she regulated not only the serious tasks of her youthful charges, but also their recreations and their games.

Suetonius' account of Augustus mentions the divine omens she experienced before and after his birth:

When Atia had come in the middle of the night to the solemn service of Apollo, she had her litter set down in the temple and fell asleep, while the rest of the matrons also slept. On a sudden a serpent glided up to her and shortly went away. When she awoke, she purified herself, as if after the embraces of her husband, and at once there appeared on her body a mark in colours like a serpent, and she could never get rid of it; so that presently she ceased ever to go to the public baths. In the tenth month after that Augustus was born and was therefore regarded as the son of Apollo. Atia too, before she gave him birth, dreamed that her vitals were borne up to the stars and spread over the whole extent of land and sea, while Octavius dreamed that the sun rose from Atia's womb.

The day he was born the conspiracy of Catiline was before the House, and Octavius came late because of his wife's confinement; then Publius Nigidius, as everyone knows, learning the reason for his tardiness and being informed also of the hour of the birth, declared that the ruler of the world had been born.

Atia was so fearful for her son's safety that she and Philippus urged him to renounce his rights as Caesar's heir. She died during her son's first consulship, in August or September 43 BC. Octavian honored her memory with a public funeral. Another Philippus, consul suffectus in 38 BC and the son of her second husband from previous marriage, later married one of her sisters.

Marriage, offspring and descendants

Her first marriage was with Gaius Octavius, the praetor in 61 BC and then Macedonian governor. Her family lived close to Velitrae, ancestral home of the Octavii. They had two children: Octavia Minor, born in 69 BC, and the younger Gaius Octavius, born in 63 BC. Octavius died in 59 BC, when their son Gaius Octavius (future Roman emperor Augustus) was four years old. That same year Atia remarried to Lucius Marcius Philippus, consul in 56 BC. They had no known children.

Many of her children's descendants became major figures of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, among them were the emperors Caligula, Claudius and Nero.

Atia Balba Caesonia in popular culture

Television

A fictionalised Atia of the Julii is portrayed by Polly Walker in the BBC-HBO-RAI television series Rome. There she is portrayed as shrewd, manipulative, sexually uninhibited, and extremely mindful of her family's advancement. The surname "of the Julii" is entirely imagined, as it was her mother's family name.

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