Caesar, Julius

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Julius Caesar was born in 100 BCE. He rose to become one of the most powerful politicians in the Roman Republic through a number of his accomplishments, notably his victories in the Gallic Wars. During this time, Caesar became the first Roman general to cross both the English Channel and the Rhine River, when he built a bridge across the Rhine and crossed the Channel to invade Britain. Caesar's wars extended Rome's territory to Britain and past Gaul. The Senate ordered Caesar to step down from his military command and return to Rome. In order to not be charged as a criminal for waging unsanctioned wars, he crossed the Rubicon in 49 BCE and entered Rome illegally. This began Caesar's civil war, and his victory in the war by 45 BC put him in an unrivaled position of power and influence. When he controlled the government, Caesar began a program of social and governmental reforms and was eventually proclaimed "dictator for life." On the Ides of March (15 March), 44 BCE, Caesar was assassinated by a group of rebellious senators who stabbed him to death.
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creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS. Paper; ff. 92. British Library arrangement. A. Comparative sketch-plans of the Temple in Jerusalem and a Christian church, etc., made by Major-General Charles George Gordon while in Jerusalem; 1883. Ink. With signatu..., 1610-1918 British Library
referencedIn Lucan, Pharsalia. Manuscript (Ms 33) University of Chicago Library
referencedIn Giulio Cesare : opera in tre atti : rappresentativa al Teatro del Re nel Mercato del freno a Londra nell'anno 1723 / la musica del signor G.F. Handel ; arranged for the piano forte by Robt. Marques. Library of Congress
creatorOf COLLECTIONS relating to the Exchequer, etc., 1607, viz. (a) " Annuities and pensiuns graunted by his Maiestie." f. 1 ;-(b) " Fees " granted by the same. f. 4 b ;-(c) " A Parallele of the charges past and present, and what saved in Ireland, Lowe Count..., 1607 British Library
referencedIn C. JULII CÆSARIS Commentariorum de Bello Gallico libri viii. On vellum, xvth cent. On the first page is a coat of arms. Folio. [14,090.], 15th century British Library
referencedIn MEDICAL MISCELLANY, Consisting of translations and extracts from various authors. From allusions in two places (ff. 114, 169) to Master William, and in one place (f. 174) to Master Williain Somers, it is probable that the book was compiled for his us..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn TRACTS AND PAPERS RELATING TO TRADE, the City of London, etc.; 16th cent. Some Latin and French. Copies. Contents list, f. iii. Some titles and notes, by Beale passim. 1. ff. 1-7b. 'A discourse touchinge clothes and clothe makinge', by John Leake, de..., 12th century-16th century British Library
referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE and papers relating to the affairs of Dover and the Cinque-Ports, chiefly during the wardenship of Edward Lord Zouche, and also under George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, and Theoplilus Howard, Earl of Suffolk; 1615-1636. The correspon..., 1615-1636 British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of Sir Julius Caesar's Papers, relating to Admiralty cases, and other matters, viz. :-Depositions in the Admiralty touching an English fishing vessel captured by the Spaniards, and retaken by Capt. Henry Nott, 3 Apr. 1602, f. 3;-Bills of s..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn Giulio Cesare : 3 atti e 7 quadri da Shakespeare : G. Francesco Mailpiero : manuscript, 1934 Dec. 2 Harvard University, Houghton Library
referencedIn Additional papers, ca. 1870-1922. Houghton Library.
referencedIn OFFICIAL and political papers:-1. Extracts, with notes, from Acts relating to monastic lands and the Court of Augmentations; 26-37 Hen. VIII. f. 1.2. ',The Queenes ... oration in the Parliament howse, Marcii, 1576." f. 3. 3. The justices of Dorset t..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of the Collections made by Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, and Master of the Rolls, temp. James I containing original Letters and Papers chiefly relating to Admiralty affairs. Seventy two letters from [Charles Howard... British Library
creatorOf Vol. I (ff. 270). A -G.includes:f. 1 George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen; formerly Gordon; Prime Minister: Letter to A. Panizzi: 1856. f. 3 William Harrison Ainsworth, alias 'Cheviot Ticheburn'; novelist: Letter to A. Jones: 1840. f. 4 Ge... British Library
referencedIn Vol. III (ff. i + 207). This includes a letter signed by William Cobbett, 1801 (f. 55), and copies of letters from Sterne and Swift (ff. 178, 185). For the names of authors, publishers, etc., see the Index to this catalogue; and for the titles of lit..., 1801 British Library
referencedIn AUTOGRAPH Letter from Thomas [Buckhurst, Earl of] Dorset, Lord High Treasurer, to Sir Julius Cæsar, Chancellor of the Exchequer, touching the Lord Knyvet, dat. Horseley, 17 Aug. 1607;-Autograph Letter from Pietro Metastasio to ----, dat. Vienna, 4 Au..., 1607-18th century British Library
referencedIn Letters of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., collected and edited by George Birkbeck Hill, extra-illustrated, 1413-1900 (inclusive), 1775-1839 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. DCCLXIV. Further collections by Sir Julius Cæsar on the Court of Requests, etc. Chiefly autograph. This MS. is really a part of Lansd. MS. 125, which appears in the sale-catalogue (Lansd. MS. 123) as in two volumes. It includes..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANE0US official papers and letters, many of them being demands or orders for payment for public services, as carrying council letters, victualling ships for Ireland, etc.; 1446, 1561-1718. Among them are:-1. Acquittance from Henry Redford, Kn..., 1446-1718 British Library
creatorOf NEGOTIATIONS RELATING TO NAVIGATION: notebook of transcripts concerning the negotiations of Jean de Thumery, Sieur de Boissise, French ambassador to England, on the subject of mutual protection of shipping and the depredations of English pirates; 159..., 1598-1601 British Library
creatorOf De bello Gallico, civili, Alexandrino, Africae, Hispaniense : manuscript, [14--] Harvard University, Houghton Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of the Collections made by Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, and Master of the Rolls, temp. James I containing the following Papers and LettersNotes and accompts of the charges for works, etc. at the various Royal hous... British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of political and other papers made by Sir Julius Cæsar, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Master of the Rolls, etc., consisting of transcripts of state-papers, and various political and legal notes, together with a few private letters; 1524-163..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE and papers of Sir Julius Cæsar, chiefly in connexion with his offices of Judge of the Admiralty Court, Master of Requests and Chancellor of the Exchequer; 1547-1619. After the accession of James 1. a large proportion of the papers rela..., 1547-1619 British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION of Papers, upwards of seventy in number, made by Sir Julius Cæsar, Knt., Chancellor of the Exchequer temp. James I. [between 1603-1625], relating chiefly to projects for raising money, and for improving the king's revenue. Follo. [10,038..., 1603-1625 British Library
creatorOf De bello Gallico : manuscript, [14--]. Harvard University, Houghton Library
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. DCCLXIII. Notes on the Courts of Admiralty and Requests, etc., by Sir Julius Cæsar, Judge of the Admiralty Court 1584, Master of Requests 1591, Master of the Rolls 1614-1636. Autograph. The chief contents are:-1. The names of ... British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1874Paper, in Quarto, ff. 110, XVII Century; bound with No. 1879; the greater part in the handwriting of Sir Thomas Browne.1. 'A booke of the use of the crosse-staffe,' by Tho. Golding, 1660. ff. 1-17.Begin: — 'The crosse-staffe is an instrume... British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of the Collections made by Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, and Master of the Rolls, temp. James I containing the following miscellaneous Papers and Letters, for the most part Originals: Papers respecting the petition... British Library
referencedIn Witold T. Mars Papers University of Minnesota Libraries Children's Literature Research Collections [clrc]
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. DCCLXV. Transcript of some of Sir Julius Cæsar's collections on the same subject, viz.:-(1) Table to the Ancient State, etc. f. 3 b;-(2) "Acts, orders and decrees," etc., Hon. Vll.-Hon. VIII., from Add. 36,111, art. 9. f. 14. P..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn L. ANNÆI SENECÆ libri duo de Clementia;-Ejusdem Ludus de morte Claudii Cæesaris;-Ejusdem Proverbia, ordine alphabetico;-Versus de duodecim Cæsaribus, et de imperatoribus aliis;-Epitaphium Senecæ;-Versus Julii Cæesaris;-Versus Adriani imperatoris;-Se..., 11th century British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of the Collections made by Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, and Master of the Rolls, temp. James I containing the following legal,and miscellaneous Papers and Letters; most of which are originals:-Notes by Sir J. Cæsa... British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of Original Letters, addressed to Sir Julius Cæsar, when Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, upon Admiralty business, as follows :-Two Letters from Edward [Clinton] Earl of Lincoln, Lord High Admiral, 28 Oct. 1583, 25 Jul. 1584;-Two hundre..., 1583-1600 British Library
referencedIn Gonzalez Lodge papers, 1787-1932. University of California, Los Angeles
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS, 1400-1894 British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS relating to the Court of Requests; tempp . Edw.VI.-Jac. I. An index is added with the following heading:-"Hune tractatum habuj ex dono Thomæ Cotton baronetti ex studio suo antiquitatum, 1638. Hæc Index alphabetica facta fuit per me Rob. ..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Vindiciae brittannicae, or London righted : by rescues & recoveries of antiquities of Britain in general, and of London in particular, against unwarrantable praeiudices, and historical antiquations, amongst the learned, [17th century]. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
referencedIn E. 1. Ferdinand II. of Aragon, to [Domenico Grimani] Cardinal of St. Mark; Segovia, 18 Sept. 1505. Span. Signed. With fine seal. f. 2 1. 2. Copy of a brief from Pope Leo X. to Cardinal Domenico Grimani, summoning him to him election of cardinals, wit..., 1505-1516 British Library
referencedIn Houghton Mifflin Company contracts, 1831-1979 (inclusive) 1880-1940 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn A VOLUME of the Collections made by Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, and Master of the Rolls, temp. James I containing the following miscellaneous Papers and Letters. Certificate of the inhabitants of the precinct of St. Katha... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, chiefly of the Nobility, addressed (with few exceptions) to Sir Julius Cæsar, between the years 1579 and 1619. Vol. II.Edward Cecil, Viscount Wimbledon: Letter to Sir J. Caesar: 1611.Sir Julius Caesar, judge: Original Lett..., 1579-1619 British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, chiefly of the Nobility, addressed (with few exceptions) to Sir Julius Cæsar, between the years 1579 and 1619. Vol. I.Sir Julius Caesar, judge: Original Letters, chiefly of the Nobility, to: 1579-1619.Sir Henry Brouncker, ..., 1579-1619 British Library
referencedIn C. JULII CÆSARIs de Bello Gallico libri viii.;-Ejusdem de Bello Civili liber primus. On vellum, xvth cent. Duodecimo. [11,913.]Julius Cæsar; Emperor of Rome: De bello Gallico.Julius Cæsar; Emperor of Rome: De bello civili., 15th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS of Sir Julius Cæsar, Judge of the Admiralty; among which are, Latin verses by William Ravenseroft, addressed to Sir J. Caesar on new year's day;--Mr. Guyn's Preface to his Reading on the Common Law of England;-Observations on the... British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of the Collections made by Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, and Master of the Rolls, temp. James I containing the following Papers and Letters, most of which are originals, relative to Scottish Admiralty Causes, Londo... British Library
referencedIn Two PLANS Of J. J. C. Harrison's estate at Church End, in Colmworth, co. Bedf. by R. H. Jago. [12,535. a. b.] British Library
referencedIn COPIES of papers relating to the Privy Council and the Courts of Law, particularly the Court of Chancery, 1598-1625. Among them is a table of the fees due to Sir Julius Caesar, as Master of the Rolls, 1630. xviiith cent. Folio. [14,822], 18th century British Library
referencedIn 43830. MISCELLANE0US LETTERS AND PAPERS, 1300-1999 British Library
creatorOf Vol. III (ff. 226). P -Y.includes:f. 1 William Paley, Archdeacon of Carlisle: Letter to the Rev. A. Youle: 1795.f. 3 Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston; Prime Minister: Letter to — Thomson: 1836.f. 4 Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Pal... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters of Royal and other personages, principally English; 1596-1844. 1. Queen Elizabeth to Henry IV. of France; n.d. [Sept. 1596]. Fr. Holograph; with modern transcript. ff. 1, 3. 2. [Sir] Thomas Chaloner, tutor to Prince Henry, son of Jam... British Library
referencedIn Vita Caesaris 1,1-2,2, [2--]. Duke University Libraries, Duke University Library; Perkins Library
referencedIn ANTHONY BACON PAPERS Collection of letters and papers on state affairs, chiefly originals, from the papers of Anthony Bacon and addressed to him, used by Birch in his Memoirs of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, 2 vols., 1754, and his Historical View of ..., 1584-1657 British Library
referencedIn A LARGE collection of Papers by Sir Julius Caesar, alias Adelmare, concerning chiefly the private affairs of his family and himself, and comprising numerous Original Letters and Documents from 1549 to 1616; among which are Letters from John and Willi..., 1549-1616 British Library
referencedIn VARIOUS Exchequer documents chiefly referring to payments of money, between 1556 and 1667, among which occur the signatures of William Paulett, Marquess of Winchester, William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Sir John Fortescue, Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk, ..., 1556-1667 British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION formed by Sir Julius Caesar, Knt., Chancellor of the Exchequer temp. James I., of 400 papers, relating to the Mint and Mint affairs ; many of them originals, obtained by Sir J. Caesar, partly in his capacity of Chancellor of the Excheque... British Library
creatorOf " A BREIFE Collection of the State of the Kinges Maiesties Revennewes aunswereable in the Courtes of Tliexchequier, Duchie of Lancaster and Courte of Wards," etc. ; 6 May, 1606. Followed (f. 12) by a similar " Collection of the yerely paymentes and d... British Library
referencedIn Vol. II (ff. i + 61). Transcripts by Ainsworth, annotated here and there by Urry, of the following pieces "out of S. Pepys Esq. Mss of Chaucers fragments" [now Pepys MS. 2006, in Magdalene College, Cambridge, described by H. J. Todd, Illustrations of... British Library
referencedIn Winthrop Sargent Papers Historical Society of Pennsylvania
referencedIn [Cesare in Egitto] [microform] Princeton University Library
referencedIn Boswell's Life of Johnson : including Boswell's Journal of a tour to the Hebrides and Johnson's Diary of a journey into North Wales, edited by George Birkbeck Hill, extra-illustrated, 1464-1897 (inclusive), 1724-1874 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn COTTON CHANCERY COLLECTIONSCOLLECTIONS OF SIR ROBERT COTTON relating to the Courts of Chancery and Requests; 1433-temp. James I. Miscellaneous transcripts, excerpts, etc., in English, Latin, and French, similar in content for the Court of Chancery (a..., 15th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of papers relating to Trade, the Admiralty, Chancery, Exchequer, Star-chamber, etc., formed by Sir Julius Cæsar, Chancellor of the Exchequer and Master of the Rolls, temp. Jac. I [between 1603-1625]. Folio. [11,574.], 1603-1625 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS Bibliographical Memoranda, by John Holmes, F.S.A.; containing, among other papers, his controversy [with Marie Armand Pascal d'Avezac, Chef de Bureau in the French Ministry of Marine] on the "Cartes Catalanes" in 1840; with letters on t..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf 'ORDERS established to be observed by all gentlemen and officers of the Prince's households' (Henry, Prince of Wales). Birch in a note at the head of the roll says that it had belonged to Sir Julius Caesar, Master of the Rolls, at whose sale in 1757 ..., approximately 1610 British Library
creatorOf Autograph letter signed to Mr. Bracebridge, 1829 Sept. 19. Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
referencedIn Dole, Nellie. Nellie Dole Notebook, 1863. Peabody Essex Museum
referencedIn Johnsoniana; or, Supplement to Boswell: being anecdotes and sayings of Dr. Johnson, extra-illustrated, 1668-1866 (inclusive);, 1738-1836 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn Johnsonian Miscellanies, extra-illustrated, 1538-1900 (inclusive);, 1738-1866 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn Lucan, Pharsalia. Manuscript (Ms 33) University of Chicago Library
creatorOf Caesar, Julius. [1a] [C]aesar fuisse tradatur ex celsa stature./ Colore candido. Teretibus Me[m]bris. Ore paulo/ pleniore. Nigris uegetisq[ue] oculis. Valitudine/ prospera. nisi q[ui]d tpre extreme repente aio lingui./ atq[ue] et p somniu[m] ex terreri solebat. [7a. red] Cai Caesaris Imperatoris comentarior[ii]/ Belli Gallici primvs liber incipit/ feliciter./ [black] [G]allia est om[n]is diuisa inptes tris. Quar/ una incolunt Belge. [125b. red] Epistola A. Hircii ad Balbum. A Hircius Balbo suo salutem duit Lege feliciter. [126a. red] A. Hircij. Commentarior[ii] belli Gallici Liber octa/uus feliciter Iulius Celsus Constantinus V./ C. Emendauit. [140a. red] Comentarior[ii] C. Iulij C[a]e[sar]. de bello ciuili Pomep/iano Liber p[ri]mus Iulius Celsus Constantinus./ V.C. Emendauit feliciter. [206b. red] Commentarior[ii]C. Iulius C[a]e[sar] A. Hircij de Bello/ Alexandrino Liber Quartus Iulius Celsus Constantinus. V.C. Emendauit feliciter. [228a. red] Commentarior[ii] C. Iulij C[a]e[sar] A. Hircij de bello Ap/hricano Liber Quintus Iulius Celsus Constan/tinus. V.C. Emendauit feliciter. [254b. red] Commentarior[ii] A. Hircii de bello Hispaniensi Li/ber Sextus Iulius Celsus Constantinus. V.C/ Emendauit. feliciter. [266a. end] Quorum Laudib[us] et virtute. American Primers
creatorOf TRANSCRIPTS FROM PUBLIC RECORDS of the 13th-16th centt.; late 16th-early 17th centt. Chiefly Latin. Notes by Beale passim. 1. ff. 3-8. Perambulations of the New Forest and the Forests of Bere, Eversley and Pamber, all co. Southt., and Bagshot, co. Su... British Library
creatorOf Olivia E. Coolidge Papers University of Minnesota Libraries Children's Literature Research Collections [clrc]
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. CCCCLXXXIV. Miscellaneous State letters, etc. Vol. III. 1615-1625. The main part of this volume covers the years 1620-1625, the principal events referred to being: (a) the special embassy of Sir Edward Conway and Sir Richard We..., 1615-1625 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS; 1566-1961, n.d. Paper and vellum; ff. 200. British Library arrangement. A. Letter from Thomas James Wise, in the hand of his wife Louise Wise, to William O. Raymond Esq., of Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Quebec, ..., 1566-1961 British Library
referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE of factors in the East Indies, merchants, and sea captains, with Sir Thomas Smith and Sir Maurice Abbott, Governors, and the Board of the East India Company, and others, with bills of lading and other papers, original and copies; 1611-..., 1603-1644 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 340). Viz:-(1) Notes by Birch from the MSS. of Sir Julius Caesar, Master of the Rolls, relating to the latter's life and family, etc. ff. 1, 17-25. (2) Queen Elizabeth to Nicholas Throckmorton, Resident at the French Court, giving reason... British Library
referencedIn Notes on Julius Caesar in Britain, [ca. 1725] Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
referencedIn Dalby, Andrew. Dining with Caesar : food and power in ancient Rome [videorecording] / [lecture by] Andrew Dalby ; [sponsored by the J. Paul Getty Museum]. Getty Research Institute
referencedIn The campaigns of Julius Caesar / by Evan T. Sage. U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center
referencedIn C. JULII CÆSARIS de Bello Gallico Commentariorum libri viii.;-Ejusdem de Bello Civili libri iii.;-Ejusdem, sive A. Hirtii Pans& de Bello Alexandrino liber;-Ejusdem, sive Hirtii, de Bello Africano liber. On vellum, xvth cent., elegantly written and or..., 15th century British Library
creatorOf Caesar, translated by Jan Du Quesne (or Jean Duchesne), Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar), 1473-1476 British Library
referencedIn LES COMMENTAIRES de César, in ten books ; an anonymous French translation of the seven books of Caesar's Commentaries, with the continuation by Hirtius Pansa, here called Julius Celsus. The first and last book are compiled by the translator from Sall... British Library
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referencedIn Compleynt of Cryst ; Guy of Warwick ; etc. : manuscript, [ca. 1450] Harvard University, Houghton Library
referencedIn Chronicles, a treatise on planets, and poems : manuscript, 1408 Harvard University, Houghton Library
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associatedWith Croker, John Wilson, 1780-1857 person
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associatedWith Evans, Dr. person
associatedWith Gonzalez Lodge, 1863-1942. person
associatedWith Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. person
associatedWith Hill, George Birkbeck Norman, 1835-1903 person
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associatedWith Mars, W. T. (Witold T.) person
associatedWith Moss, William E., person
associatedWith Peabody, Josephine Preston, 1874-1922 person
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associatedWith Rawlinson, Richard, 1690-1755, person
associatedWith Sage, Evan Taylor, 1881- person
associatedWith Sargent, Winthrop, 1825-1870. person
associatedWith Solinus, C. Julius, 3rd cent.? person
associatedWith Stukeley, William, 1687-1765. person
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associatedWith Wodhull, Michael, 1740-1816, person
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