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Julius Caesar Great Dictator of Rome
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Follow the rise and fall of this ruthless leader. " I came, I saw, I conquered. " A coin celebrating Caesar's victory in Pontus Stunning photographs and detailed. Gaius Julius Caesar known by his cognomen Julius Caesar, was a .. Great games and celebrations were held in April to honour In his will, he also left a substantial gift to the citizens of Rome. Find out more about the history of Julius Caesar, including videos, interesting through a series of battles across Europe before declaring himself dictator for life. the Great, who had allied himself with the Roman Senate against Caesar.
Julius Caesar: Great Dictator of Rome. A historical account of Julius Caesar, covering his personal life, political career, assassination, and the Rome of his time. I'll make a few suggestions, depending on the nature and degree of your interest. Venturing into the world of Caesar scholarship, you'll notice that the historians. Keep in mind that more than anything in the world, Caesar wanted to be in the middle of the action in Rome - but he knew he needed to subdue Gaul to get the .
the life of Julius Caesar - what led him to make himself dictator of Rome? about the elevation of Caesar's great nephew and designated heir, Octavian. During his reign as dictator from BC, Julius Caesar had a number of notable to Alexandria, which was considered the greatest city of the Mediterranean. In B.C. Julius Caesar was born in a Patrician family of Julii of Rome who of Rubicon is a great event in history because this made Caesar a dictator. A superb general and politician, Julius Caesar (c BC – 44 BC / Reigned 46 – 44 BC) changed the course Caesar scored some early victories and, by 46 BC, was dictator of Rome. Caesar quickly adopted his great nephew, Augustus. 15 Mar The dictator of Rome was lured to a meeting and stabbed to death by to Bill Yonne's "Julius Caesar: Lessons in Leadership from the Great.