Marble head of Gaius Caesar (20BC - AD 4), Roman, eldest son of Julia and Agrippa. Gaius was an obvious successor to Augusus and started his miliary and civic career when he was very young. His untimely death provoked unparalleled national mourning.

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Marble head of Gaius Caesar (20BC - AD 4), Roman, eldest son of Julia and Agrippa. Gaius was an obvious successor to Augusus and started his miliary and civic career when he was very young. His untimely death provoked unparalleled national mourning.
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Marble head of Gaius Caesar (20BC - AD 4), Roman, eldest son of Julia and Agrippa. Gaius was an obvious successor to Augusus and started his miliary and civic career when he was very young. His untimely death provoked unparalleled national mourning.