Historical Documents with Caligula on Ancestry: 9 Birth, Marriage, and Deaths Voter Lists: 1 Military Records: 1 Immigration Records: Member Trees Find out where people with the family name Caligula lived before coming to the. Genealogy for Caligula (12 - 41) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Januar in Rome, Roma, Lazio, Italy. Diese Informationen sind Teil von Family Tree Roldan Hamilton von Michael Hamilton bei Genealogie Online. Around the start of the Common Era , the family trees of the gens Julia and the gens Claudia became intertwined into the Julio-Claudian family tree as a result of marriages and adoptions. Ancient historians state that Caligula began falsely accusing, fining and even killing individuals for the purpose of seizing their estates. The paucity of sources has resulted in significant gaps in modern knowledge of the reign of Caligula. Join the world's largest family tree. Chaerea tried to persuade the military to support the senate. After Tiberius , the remaining three emperors of the dynasty had, outside adoptions, ancestors both in the Julian as the Claudian families. His forced father-in-law was Gaius Silanus His sisters were Agrippina the Younger , Drusilla, and Julia Livilla. Additionally, Tiberius's treason trials had eliminated a number of pro-Julian senators such as Asinius Gallus. According to Josephus, these actions led to several failed conspiracies against Caligula. This however didn't mean yet that the dynastic family trees of both gentes got merged into a single one: In AD 55, Nero began taking on a more active role as an administrator. By AD 65, senators complained that they had no power left and this led to the Pisonian conspiracy, led by Gaius Calpurnius Piso , an adoptive descendant of Triumvir Marcus Licinius Crassus , grandson of Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso , a governor of Syria who committed suicide after being accused of killing Germanicus, and first husband of Livia Orestilla , Caligula's second wife. In 35 AD, Caligula was named joint heir to Tiberius's estate along with Tiberius Gemellus. Perhaps most significantly, he restored the practice of democratic elections. In this generation the first marriages between Claudii and descendants of the Julii Caesares took place. However, after Drusilla's death, Lepidus was accused of having affairs with Caligula's other sisters Agrippina the Younger and Julia Livilla and he was executed. His uncle Claudius was spared only because Caligula preferred to keep him as a laughing stock.