Caesar comes from a Roman cognomen which possibly meant "hairy", from Latin caesaries "hair".
Individuals with the cognomen Caesar in the works of Harry Turtledove:
- Augustus (Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus), first Roman Emperor, appearing in Give Me Back My Legions! and referenced in numerous other works.
- Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus), third Roman Emperor, referenced in "Death in Vesunna".
- Julia the Elder or Julia Caesar, historical Roman imperial family member referenced in Give Me Back My Legions!
- Julius Caesar, historical leader of the Roman Republic, and author of The Gallic War, referenced in passing or extensively in numerous Turtledove works.
- Lucius Caesar, a historical Roman imperial family member referenced in Gunpowder Empire.
- Claudius (Roman Emperor) (Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus), fourth Roman Emperor, referenced in "A Massachusetts Yankee in King Arthur's Court."
- Nero (Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus), fifth Roman Emperor, referenced in "Death in Vesunna".
- Tiberius (Roman Emperor) (Tiberius Julius Casear Augustus), second Roman Emperor, referenced in Give Me Back My Legions!
Individuals named Caesar:
- Caesar (Southern Victory) fictional intelligence agent, minor character in Settling Accounts: Return Engagement.
- Caesar (sim), a sim from A Different Flesh story "Trapping Run".
- Caesar (elephant), a hairy elephant in A Different Flesh story "The Iron Elephant".
- Benjamin Harrison Caesar, fictional baseball legend and minor character in The House of Daniel.
- Sid Caesar, historical comic actor referenced in Joe Steele.
Things named Caesar:
Note: Caesar was used as a generic title for all Roman and Byzantine emperors after Nero's death, and was translated as Kaiser for rulers of German-speaking nations and Tsar for the Russian and Bulgarian monarchs. This list does not include them, but includes rulers who used Caesar as a family name in addition to a title.
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