Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar was born on the 12th of July 100 BCE. When he was 16 his father died and Julius Caesar became head of the family. He decided to join the army shortly after. He was an effective soldier, yet chose to become an orator, having a very successful career. Caesar was elected military tribune and after defeating the warring rival tribes in Spain he was awarded consulship. After a successful campaign in Gaul, Caesar decided to march on Rome. Rather than meet Caesar in battle Pompey fled the city and Caesar took control. On March 15th 44 BCE Caesar was assasinated by the senators. Among the assasins was Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus.


100B.C.-Born73B.C.-Elected Pontiflex63B.C.-Elected Pontiflex Maximus60 B.C.- Elected Consul49B.C.-Caesar and pompey go to war45 B.C.- Victorious Caesar takes the title of dictator44 B.C.- Died

-A successful statesman.-A historian and terrific orator.-High priest of Jupiter.-Created the Julian calendar we know today-Said to have created the first newspaper-Captured Gaul and extended Rome to the Atlantic Ocean-Centralized the bureaucracy of Rome

Lasting Impact

Many of Caesars military tactics are still used today. Created the Calendar we know today, and had a lasting impact upon education and politics.



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