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Julius was assassinated on March 15, 44 BC. Spanish researchers believe that they have found the place that Julius Caesar was assassinated which is in the Rome’s Largo di Torre Argentina archaeological area, once housed the Curia of Pompey. A comet flew through the sky in the same year that Julius was assassinated and was one of the brightest comets in recorded history. It is thought that the comet was the soul of Caesar. This is so understandable in this time as many comets have marked the deaths of important people.
84 BC - 44 BC
84 BC - Julius Caesar got married to Cornelia. 75 BC - Julius is captured by pirates, this was important because Julius was insulted by the ransom that the pirates demanded and saw it to be too low. 53 BC - Crassus died 4 years later 49 BC - Julius Caesar and Pompey started a war against each other. It was important for this war to happen so that Rome had a leader to follow at the end. 49 BC-48 BC - At the end of the year long war Julius emerged victorious, this was important as it set the path for him to name himself the dictator for Rome. 44 BC - Julius Caesar was assassinated by political rivals. This was a massive change for the Romans and the empire went into a downward spiral. This showed how important Julius Caesar was to the Romans.
Romes First Dictator
Gaius Julius Caesar started to have an impact on history at the age of 19 when he enrolled to be an officer in the army. In 59 BC Julius got a pro consulship in Gaul and, over the next 5 years, Julius proceeded to conquer territory in Gaul. Caesar later ran away and supporters murdered Pompey and Julius emerged, becoming Rome’s first real dictator. He was wise and controlled the way that, by granting more people citizenship and not purging anyone of his enemies. Napoleon embraced Caesar’s reign which was based on popularity and a cult fuelled by charismatic personality. Another reason that he was so popular was because he manifested the precedent that power now comes from the army, this was set by Sulla. Caesar was such a influence that the Roman Republic was in big trouble when he died.
July 13 100BC-March 15 44BC
Gaius Julius Caesar was born the 13th of July 100 BC and died 15th March 44 BC. As a kid his family was definitely not rich and when Caesar was 16 his father, Gaius Caesar, died. He received a classic Roman education at Rome and in Rhodes. When Julius Caesar was born Gaius Marius was the leading man. Marius had saved the Roman Republic by defeating two German tribes. The connections between the Marius and Julius families were very strong. When Julius was 19 he joined the army as an officer.
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