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julius caesar

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Double click anywhere & add an idea julius caesar July 13, 100 Caesar's Birth
84 Marries daughter of L. Cornelius Cinna
75 Captured by Pirates
73 Elected Pontifex
69 Cornelia dies
67 Marries Pompeia
65 Elected Aedile
63 Elected Pontifex Maximus
62 Divorces Pompeia
61 Governor of Further Spain
60 Becomes Consul and forms the Triumvirate
59 Consul
58 Defeats Helvetii and Germans
55 Crosses the Rhine; Invades Britain
54 His daughter, Pompey's wife, dies
53 Crassus killed
52 Clodius murdered; Caesar defeats Vercingetorix
49 Crosses the Rubicon - Civil War begins
48 Pompey murdered
45 Declared dictator for life
44 Ides of March, assassinated
Caesar was born July 13, 100 B.C. and died on the Ides of March in 44 B.C. During these 56 years Caesar accomplished more personally than most and brought more changes to Rome than any Roman before him. In 84 B.C. he was first married. When he was 25, he was captured by pirates. Ten years later he became aedile and two years after that he became pontifex maximus, an honor usually reserved for men much older. When he was 40 he became consul and formed the triumvirate (with Pompey and Crassus). In the 50's B.C. he waged successful campaigns in Europe, and in 49 B.C. he crossed the Rubicon, challenging the Roman status quo, and starting a civil war. A year before he was assassinated, he was made dictator for life He was stabbed to death in the Senate by a group led by his follower Marcus Junius Brutus. Death dramatized in the William Shakespeare play Julius Caesar, with Caesar's famous death line: "Et tu, Brute? Then fall Caesar!".
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