Caesar (disambiguation)

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Julius Caesar (100–44 BC) was a Roman general and dictator.

Caesar or Cæsar may also refer to:

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  • Caesar (title), a title used by Roman and Byzantine emperors, and also at times by Ottoman emperors, derived from the dictator's name
    • Augustus (63 BC – 14 AD), adoptive son of the dictator and first Roman emperor
  • Other members of the Julii Caesares, the family from which the dictator came
  • Caesar, duc de Choiseul (1602–1675), French marshal and diplomat
  • Bernhard Caesar Einstein (1930–2008), Swiss-American physicist and grandson of Albert Einstein
  • Caesar the Geezer (born 1958), British radio personality
  • Derek Michaels (born 1973), an actor in gay pornography who performs under the name Caesar

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