Julius

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Julius

[ˈdʒuːlɪəs] NJulio
Julius CaesarJulio César
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Stripping completely naked while playing the Roman politician's niece Atia of the Julii, the actress starred in multiple very racy scenes while the big-budget show.
As a result, they regarded Aphrodite (or Venus in the Italian language) as the supporter and protector of Rome and the great grandmother of Julii [...] (ibid.
Pordenone, Italy, August 05, 2017 --(PR.com)-- In the north-east corner of Italy, saffron producer Aurum Julii combines 4.0 technology and tradition to automate the farming process of one of the most labor-intensive crops.
Before being bound the letter was folded laterally into four sections (with possible evidence of filing holes) and docketed "6 [sic] Julii 1594 / De Martyrio unius sacerdotis P Jojannis] Cornelii ac trifum] Laico [rum] / in Anglia."
See Francis Bacon, "Imago Civilis Julii Caesaris," in The Works of Francis Bacon, ed.
She is also the recipient of Italy's Rhegium Julii Prize for Literature and a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship.
Rome's ultimate ace in the hole with regards to its characterization of Octavian, however, is Polly Walker's performance as his mother, Atia of the Julii. Walker creates an unforgettable screen presence that gets to very heart of Rome's import: at once sprightly and menacing, noble and earthy, evincing a mixture of cheerful villainy and mercurial flightiness; immediately likable and yet unmistakably dangerous.