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Gaius Caesar

Two notable individuals of the Roman Empire were commonly called Gaius Caesar.

The first Gaius Caesar[?] was the son of Agrippa and Julia, and the heir apparent to Augustus Caesar, but died in 4 AD.

The second was the emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus, better known as Caligula.

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