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Julius Caesar

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Autumn Blevins

on 14 April 2010

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Julius Caesar He was born on July 13, 100 BC, into a family of patricians A man who did many things and reformed the politcal veiw and calender 58 - 51 BC (The Gallic Wars): He worked quickly and concored the rest of Gaul (now known as France); during that time back in Rome Pompey, another consuel, broke his allaine whith Caeaser becasue Crassus was killed in a battle. one important battle was: the decisive Battle of Alesia in 52BC, where Caesar defeated Vercingetorix where he showed his skills even when the odds where not in his favor.
in 50 BC the senate and pompey ordered him to disband/abandon his army and return to Rome, but it was a test to see if he was a threat to Rome. When he crossed Rubicon River with his most storng people from his army from the 13th leagon. it iqnited civial war back in Rome. Pompey and Caeser prepared for battle. both battles: Dyrrhachium and Pharsalus (both in Greece) Caeser won. He was named Dictator back in Rome. Caesar got involved in a civil war in Egypt, which helped the Pharaoh Cleopatra become ruler.
In 46 BC he organized a whole new calander to the way it is now, in fact July is named after him in his honnor. On march 15th sadly, he was murdered by the senate by stabbing him 23 times He worked his way up in the ranks from assistant tribune to high priedt in Rome, to praetor, (a Roman judge), and a menber of the senate to consul (which is the highest civil head of goverment: there were two consuls, and they only served 1 yr terms.
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