Following Caligula’s recovery in 38AD, Drusilla died perhaps of plague, at the age of about twenty-two and Caligula then had her deified. Julia Drusilla (Classical Latin: IVLIA•DRVSILLA;[1] middle of AD 39 – 24 January 41), known as Drusilla the Younger (Classical Latin: DRVSILLA•MINOR; transcribed as Drusilla Minor) during her lifetime, was the only child and daughter of Roman Emperor Gaius (Caligula) and his fourth and last wife Milonia Caesonia. The coin reads "to Drusilla, daughter of Augustus. ESCENA V HELICÓN (de un extremo a otro del escenario). Escena 4 Cayo Julio César Augusto Germánico Calígula, El emperador Romano está ausente, hace pocos días que murió Drusila, su hermana y amante y él desaparece ... toda Roma lo busca, a su regreso se enuentra con su sirviente Helicón: Helicón. Silencio HELICÓN. September AD 16 bei Confluentes (heute Koblenz); verstorben am 10. caligula.org. He likewise gave public notice, that he would receive new-year's gifts on the calends of January following; and accordingly stood in the vestibule of his house, to clutch the presents which people of all ranks threw down before him by handfuls and lapfuls. He promptly took up a collection for her education and dowry. Drusilla was born in Abitarvium, modern day Koblenz, Germany. Pareces fatigado. Mucho es lo que se ha escrito en época moderna sobre la relación entre Calígula y Drusila, pero las fuentes antiguas cuentan bien poco. She was therefore the sister of the Emperor Caligula. CALÍGULA (con naturalidad). A Calígula también se le atribuyen diversas relaciones homosexuales, por ejemplo con el actor Mnéster o con Emilio Lépido, su primo carnal y esposo de su hermana Julia Drusila. [3], The order of events suggests that he did not want to marry until a child of his had already been born, a child who would be the purpose of the union. [7] Drusilla was murdered by "having her brains knocked out against a wall. [4] Suetonius further claims that "[Caligula] considered [Drusilla] as his own child for no better reason than her savage temper, which was such even in her infancy, that she would attack with her nails the face and eyes of the children that play with her. Drusilla also had two sisters Julia Livilla and the Empress Agrippina the Younger who became the mother of the Emperor Nero. CALÍGULA ALBERT CAMUS. HELICÓN. He caminado mucho. Drusilla also had two sisters Julia Livilla and the Empress Agrippina the Younger who became the mother of the Emperor Nero. [6] By the time Caligula's loyal Germanic guard responded, the emperor was already dead. Drusila, hermana pequeña de Calígula, tuvo una influencia enorme en el emperador. Julia Drusilla (Classical Latin: IVLIA•DRVSILLA; middle of AD 39 – 24 January 41), known as Drusilla the Younger (Classical Latin: DRVSILLA•MINOR; transcribed as Drusilla Minor) during her lifetime, was the only child and daughter of Roman Emperor Gaius and his fourth and last wife Milonia Caesonia.The one-year-old Julia Drusilla was assassinated along with her parents on 24 January 41. CALÍGULA. The date of her parents' marriage has not been determined for certain, but it is known that it was sometime in the summer of AD 39. Calígula apareceu na série literária As Provações de Apolo, nos livros The The Burning e The Tyrant's Tumb Calígula foi encarnado por: John Simm na mini-série Imperium: Nerone (2004). Esta obra, dividida em dois episódios, narra a vida do imperador Nero da sua infância até a sua morte. Although these once did exist, no sculptures of Caesonia and Drusilla survive. Caligula stayed at her side and upon her death, he at first would not allow anyone to remove her body. In 33 AD, Drusilla was married to Lucius Cassius Longinus, a friend of the Emperor Tiberius. [12] Suetonius said that "after the birth of his daughter, complaining of his poverty, and the burdens to which he was subjected, not only as an emperor, but a father, he made a general collection for her maintenance and fortune. A few hours later, the Empress Caesonia was fatally stabbed by Lupus, a tribune especially sent by Chaerea to murder the two remaining family members. [5], The cryptoporticus (underground corridor) where this event would have taken place was discovered beneath the imperial palaces on the Palatine Hill. [2] Soon after her birth, Caligula set up donation boxes around Rome marked "Julia's Drink" or "Julia's Food". CALÍGULA ALBERT CAMUS. However, after Caligula became emperor in 37 AD, Caligula had her divorce and remarried her to his friend, Marcus Aemilius Lepidus. A conspiracy to assassinate Caligula and replace him with his uncle Claudius had been in discussion for some time and that day had been decided for the event. At last, being seized with an invincible desire of feeling money, taking off his slippers, he repeatedly walked over great heaps of gold coin spread upon the spacious floor, and then laying himself down, rolled his whole body in gold over and over again."[12]. Júlia Drusila (em latim: Julia Drusilla [1] Abitárvio, c. 16 de setembro de 16 — Roma, 10 de junho de 38) foi uma das filhas de Germânico com Agripina Maior e irmã do imperador romano Calígula.Além dele, Drusila teve também duas irmãs, Júlia Lívila e Agripina Menor, e quatro irmãos, Tibério e Caio Júlio, que morreram jovens, Nero e Druso César. Cuando cayó enferma y murió el 10 de Junio del año 38 d.C, Calígula sufrió un duro golpe . [9] The only surviving image of Drusilla is a coin issued by Herod Agrippa the Great, King of the Jews, that represents Drusilla as a small child sitting next to Victory. He had the Roman Senate declare her a Goddess as “Diva Drusilla”. Drusilla was Caligula’s favorite and was rumored to be his lover. Julia Drusilla (September 16 th, 16 AD – June 10 th, 38 AD) was the second daughter and fifth child to survive infancy of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder.She was therefore the sister of the Emperor Caligula. Escena 4 Cayo Julio César Augusto Germánico Calígula, El emperador Romano está ausente, hace pocos días que murió Drusila, su hermana y amante y él desaparece ... toda Roma lo busca, a su regreso se enuentra con su sirviente Helicón: Helicón. Cuando Calígula regresa al palacio, no parece la misma persona. The reason for Caligula's hasty marriage with the neither young nor beautiful Milonia Caesonia was the purported illegitimacy of his daughter: should Caligula marry his daughter's mother, the child would become his heir. Buenos días, Helicón. "[4], On 24 January 41, Julia Drusilla and her parents were at the imperial palace complex on the Palatine Hill in Rome. Drusilla shared a close bond with Caligula which is why some regarded her as his prostitute. El drama arranca con un Calígula que ha desaparecido del palacio y quien toda su corte anda buscando, sospechando que su desaparición está relacionada con la muerte de su hermana Drusila, a quien amaba profundamente y con quien mantenía relaciones incestuosas. She was buried with the full honors of an Augusta, as if she was Caligula’s wife. Júlia Drusila (em latim: Julia Drusilla [1] Abitárvio, c. 16 de setembro de 16 — Roma, 10 de junho de 38) foi uma das filhas de Germânico com Agripina Maior e irmã do imperador romano Calígula.Além dele, Drusila teve também duas irmãs, Júlia Lívila e Agripina Menor, e quatro irmãos, Tibério e Caio Júlio, que morreram jovens, Nero e Druso César. Buenos días, Cayo. Her savage temper also contributed to Drusilla's death. Coin depicting Drusilla and her mother Caesonia, Archaeologists unearth place where Emperor Caligula met his end, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Julia_Drusilla_(daughter_of_Caligula)&oldid=987703659, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 November 2020, at 18:49. Julia Drusilla (16 September AD 16 – 10 June AD 38) was a member of the Roman imperial family, the second daughter and fifth child of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder to survive infancy. Julia Drusilla (September 16 th, 16 AD – June 10 th, 38 AD) was the second daughter and fifth child to survive infancy of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder.She was therefore the sister of the Emperor Caligula. Pausa. The next year, Caligula named his only known daughter Julia Drusilla after his late favorite sister who was born in 39AD by his wife Milonia Caesonia. Calígula se detiene en el extremo del escenario y lo observa en silencio. Suetonius quotes him to have complained, "In addition to the burden of sovereignty, I must now shoulder that of fatherhood." According to the ancient historian Suetonius, Caligula believed that Minerva would supervise his daughter's growth and education. (De una punta a la otra del escenario) Hola, Cayo. The one-year-old Julia Drusilla was assassinated along with her parents on 24 January 41. "[10][11], Julia Drusilla's birth gave Caligula an additional excuse to impose heavier taxes on the empire for the burden of parenthood. Drusilla also had two sisters Julia Livilla and the Empress Agrippina the Younger who became the mother of the Emperor Nero. (De una punta a la otra del escenario) Hola, Cayo. [9] Although other, more powerful motives caused the deaths of her parents, Drusilla's murder was only justified by her paternity: as Caligula's only legitimate child, she could have claimed the throne for her descendants or even for herself. Juni 38) war als Schwester des Kaisers Caligula römische Kaiserin und Angehörige der iulisch-claudischen Dynastie. Die historische Iulia Drusilla (meist nur Drusilla genannt; geboren am 16. During Caligula’s illness in 37AD, he changed his will to name Drusilla his heir, making her the first woman to be named heir in an imperial will. Calígula se vuelve y lo ve. [2] When Drusilla, as the child was called, was born, Caligula took her to a temple that housed statues of goddesses and placed her on the lap of Minerva, instructing the goddess to nurse and train his new daughter. She returned to Rome after the death of her father. Iulia Drusilla (meist nur Drusilla; * 16 bei Confluentes (heute Koblenz); † 10. While Caligula was addressing an acting troupe of young men during a series of games and dramatics held for the Divine Augustus, the Praetorian Guard, led by Cassius Chaerea, stormed the imperial complex. Julia Drusilla (September 16th, 16 AD – June 10th, 38 AD) was the second daughter and fifth child to survive infancy of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder. Julia Drusilla, with her two sisters, were immortalized on a bronze sesterius issued by her brother, Caligula. Whether or not there was an incestuous relationship is not actually known. The one-year-old Julia Drusilla was assassinated along with her parents on January 24th, 41AD. Named after her late aunt and her father's favorite sister, Julia Drusilla, Julia was born not long after Caligula married Caesonia (some sources have her being born on the same day as the marriage). Ni siquiera está claro cómo murió la joven con sólo 22 años durante el año 38, aunque la versión más aceptada es que murió a causa de las fiebres provocada por alguna epidemia de las que asolaban Roma con frecuencia. Se dice que mantenía relaciones sexuales con ella, a pesar de estar casada y ser su hermana. She was portrayed by uncredited child actors in the 1976 miniseries I, Claudius, the 1979 film Caligula, and the third season (2019) of Netflix's anthology series Roman Empire. Antes de ser ejecutado, Lépido gritó que había tenido relaciones sexuales con el emperador y que tenía el vientre dolorido de la pasión que en ellas había puesto. "[8], After their murder, all images of Empress Caesonia and young Drusilla Minor were destroyed in hopes of making people forget they ever existed, as a sort of damnatio memoriae.
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