|Lucius Julius Caesar III 
(Abt 0135 B.C.-0087 B.C.)
Lucius Julius Caesar III 
- Born: Abt 135 B.C.
- Marriage: Fulvia (Cossutia) 
- Died: 0087 B.C. about age 48
Consul in 89 B.C., a Censor in 88 B.C. and the author of the Julian Law
Lucius Julius Caesar (known[by whom? ] with the numeral "III"; c. 135 BC\endash 87 BC) was a son of Lucius Julius Caesar (II) , and elder brother to Gaius Julius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus . Lucius was involved in the downfall of tribune of Lucius Appuleius Saturninus in 100 BC and became praetor in 94 BC without being a quaestor and aedile </wiki/Aedile> first. Later he became Macedonian Governor.
Lucius became consul in 90 BC. During his consulship, he defeated the Samnites . Lucius proposed Roman Citizenship laws to allies who didn't participate in the Social War against Rome in 90 BC. This proposal became known as the Julian Law . Later he became censor and due to the success of the Julian Law, became responsible for dividing new citizens into voting districts. His colleague in this was a former consul, Publius Licinius Crassus Dives (consul 97 BC) (father of triumvir , Marcus Licinius Crassus ).
Lucius and his brother were killed together in 87 BC at the beginning of the Civil War by partisans of Gaius Marius . They died fighting in the streets. According to Livy , their heads were exposed on the speaker's platform.
His children were Lucius Julius Caesar IV and Julia Antonia .
Lucius married Fulvia (Cossutia)  [MRIN: 551617471].