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Julia Caesaris (c. 130 BC – 104 BC) or more commonly known as Julia Cornelia, was the daughter of consul Lucius Julius Caesar II and Poppilia. She was the sister of Lucius Julius Caesar III and Gaius Julius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus. She later became the first wife of future dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla. She married Sulla some time around 110 BC and had his daughter, Cornelia Sulla that fallowing year. She became pregnant again in 104 BC and gave birth to a son. Unfortunately, she died in childbirth. After her death Sulla married the noble woman Aelia, who became a devoted step mother to Julia's children.
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