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Καισάριον). The son of Cleopatra , said to be hers by Iulius Caesar. Plutarch calls him the son of Caesar, but Dio Cassius and Suetonius doubt the assertion. He was put to death by Augustus Caesar. See Dio Cass. xlvii. 31; Iul. 52; Aug. 17.

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