What does Caligula mean?

Answer Caligula was the nickname of Gaius Julius Caesar Augustu Germanicus, who was assassinated at the age of 28 in 41 AD. He was the emperor of Rome for the final four years of his life; his uncle, Clau... Read More »

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What is the origin of the name Caligula?

The origin of the name "Caligua" is Latin. With the meaning "little boot," it was the nickname given to Gaius Ceasar, a Roman leader who would become an infamous and decadent emperor, when he was a... Read More »