Lucius Julius Libo was a member of the influential Julii clan. This patrician family was always of the most distinguished blood, however they had long since fallen out of the inner Roman elite. The Julii were active in politics since the Punic Wars. Libo descended from the Julii who fled from Alba Longa to Rome. This city was destroyed by the Roman king Tullus Hostilius. His ancestors claimed their descent from the goddess Venus and the first Roman king Romulus.

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  • Lucius Julius Libo was a member of the influential Julii clan. This patrician family was always of the most distinguished blood, however they had long since fallen out of the inner Roman elite. The Julii were active in politics since the Punic Wars. Libo descended from the Julii who fled from Alba Longa to Rome. This city was destroyed by the Roman king Tullus Hostilius. His ancestors claimed their descent from the goddess Venus and the first Roman king Romulus. He had a son of the same name Lucius Julius Libo II with Caecilia Metella Macedonica, daughter of Lucius Caecilius Metellus Denter and Barsine of Macedonia.Libo was consul in 267 BC. According to the Fasti Triumphales he celebrated a triumph over the Sallentini on 23 January 266 BC. His son of the same name was father to Numerius Julius Caesar, born before 300 BC. Numerius was a grandfather to Sextus Julius Caesar I.
  • Lucius Iulius Libo war ein römischer Politiker in der Zeit kurz vor dem Ersten Punischen Krieg.In welcher Weise er mit den Iulii der frühen Republik in Verbindung stand, ist nicht mehr feststellbar. Sowohl sein Großvater wie sein Vater hießen nach den Konsularfasten ebenfalls Lucius, sind aber historisch nicht greifbar. Er erreichte das Konsulat 267 v. Chr. zusammen mit Marcus Atilius Regulus und triumphierte mit seinem Kollegen über die Sallentiner. Weiteres ist über ihn oder eventuelle Nachkommen nicht bekannt. Er könnte vielleicht das Bindeglied zwischen den Iulii Iulli, die zu Beginn des 4. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. verschwanden, und den späteren Iulii Caesares darstellen, die am Ende des Zweiten Punischen Krieges hervortraten.
  • Lucio Julio Libón (en latín clásico: LVCIVS·IVLIVS·LIBO) fue un político y militar romano, que floreció en el tercer siglo antes de Cristo.
  • Lucius Julius Libo est un homme politique romain du IIIe siècle av. J.-C.En 267 av. J.-C., il est consul avec Marcus Atilius Regulus, et, avec son collègue, il bat les Salentins. Ils s'emparent de Brindisi, achevant la conquête romaine du Sud de l'Italie.Il est le père de Lucius Julius Libo le JeunePortail de la Rome antique Portail de la Rome antique
  • Lucio Giulio Libone (latino: Lucius Iulius Libo) (... – ...) è stato un politico e generale romano.
  • Lúcio Júlio Libão (em latim, L. Julius L.f. L.n. Libo) foi um cônsul romano, no ano 267 a.C., junto de Marco Atílio Régulo, três anos antes da Primeira Guerra Púnica. Os dois cônsules receberam um triunfo, por sua vitória contra os Sallentini.De acordo com o genealogista inglês William Berry, Lúcio Júlio Libão era filho de Lúcio Júlio Libão, e este era descendente, através de três gerações cujos nomes são desconhecidos, do tribuno militar Lúcio Júlio Iulo, e este era neto do cônsul Caio Júlio Iulo. Lúcio Júlio Libão, o cônsul, era pai ou avô de Numério Júlio César, ancestral de Júlio César, o ditador.Eutrópio, que o chama de Lúcio Júnio Libão, cita a campanha de Régulo e Libão contra os Sallentini, na Apúlia. Na campanha Brundísio foi conquistada pelos romanos, e o triunfo foi dado por esta vitória. Brundísio era famosa por seu porto. Pales, deusa dos pastores, recebeu um templo como preço da vitória.== Notas e referências ===== Notas ====== Referências ===en:Lucius Julius Libo
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  • Lucio Julio Libón (en latín clásico: LVCIVS·IVLIVS·LIBO) fue un político y militar romano, que floreció en el tercer siglo antes de Cristo.
  • Lucius Julius Libo est un homme politique romain du IIIe siècle av. J.-C.En 267 av. J.-C., il est consul avec Marcus Atilius Regulus, et, avec son collègue, il bat les Salentins. Ils s'emparent de Brindisi, achevant la conquête romaine du Sud de l'Italie.Il est le père de Lucius Julius Libo le JeunePortail de la Rome antique Portail de la Rome antique
  • Lucio Giulio Libone (latino: Lucius Iulius Libo) (... – ...) è stato un politico e generale romano.
  • Lucius Julius Libo was a member of the influential Julii clan. This patrician family was always of the most distinguished blood, however they had long since fallen out of the inner Roman elite. The Julii were active in politics since the Punic Wars. Libo descended from the Julii who fled from Alba Longa to Rome. This city was destroyed by the Roman king Tullus Hostilius. His ancestors claimed their descent from the goddess Venus and the first Roman king Romulus.
  • Lucius Iulius Libo war ein römischer Politiker in der Zeit kurz vor dem Ersten Punischen Krieg.In welcher Weise er mit den Iulii der frühen Republik in Verbindung stand, ist nicht mehr feststellbar. Sowohl sein Großvater wie sein Vater hießen nach den Konsularfasten ebenfalls Lucius, sind aber historisch nicht greifbar. Er erreichte das Konsulat 267 v. Chr. zusammen mit Marcus Atilius Regulus und triumphierte mit seinem Kollegen über die Sallentiner.
  • Lúcio Júlio Libão (em latim, L. Julius L.f. L.n. Libo) foi um cônsul romano, no ano 267 a.C., junto de Marco Atílio Régulo, três anos antes da Primeira Guerra Púnica.
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