Irrespective of his parents and the dual names for his sisters."Big" Julius did leave us with three important statements.1. "Crossing the Rubicon" ( no turning back)2. "The Dire is Cast" 3. "Veni, Vidi, Vici".Certainly a giant of men as a leader.CheersColin
Don't forget, "OUCH!! Hey, watch it! Those frikkin' knives are sharp!!"
Good one!But I think it was "Et Tu Brute"!!!Colin
how did they know which was being addressed?
Parents must have liked the letter J..
Strange, how can arents make such decisions.Greetings,Filip
Bet it was a family name and so they all received it...and also bet they ea had other names they answered by....:)
The most logical answer. I think in Roman times this was the norm.Colin
And we make fun of George Foreman for calling his sons "George."
I guess they really liked the name
And Caesar named his first daughter Julia, so it must have been a popular name.
Maybe they forgot they had one already.
I guess they didn't care about being unique.
Very interesting Adam.
I guess they really loved the name! Thanks for stopping by my blog Adam :)xxxE from Helsinki, Finlandhttp://dragonflyelisabeth.blogspot.fi/
Haha, maybe it was big in fashion at that time?-Kati
he's my favorite...It’s a GIRL Thing
Haha probably they just liked this name. But it's still strange a little bit.