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THE PLOT TO KILL JULIUS CAESAR

THE ASASSINATION
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james turner

on 31 January 2012

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Transcript of THE PLOT TO KILL JULIUS CAESAR

THE PLOT TO KILL JULIUS CAESAR The Plan:
"The conspirators never met openly, but they assembled a few at a time in each others' homes. There were many discussions and proposals, as might be expected, while they investigated how and where to execute their design.But the majority opinion favored killing him while he sat in the Senate, where he would be by himself since non-Senators would not be admitted, and where the many conspirators could hide their daggers beneath their togas. This plan won the day."


The Attack:
" Everyone involed in the plot stood near him. Cimber approached Caesar and grabbed his shoulder. Caesar wanted to get up and use his hands, but was prevented by Cimber and became exceedingly annoyed.
After the ambush of blows, he fell at the foot of Pompey's statue. Everyone wanted to seem to have had some part in the murder, and there was not one of them who failed to strike his body as it lay there, until, wounded thirty-five times, he breathed his last. "
•NAME: Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus Augustus
•OCCUPATION: General, Dictator
•BIRTH DATE: c. 100 BCE
•DEATH DATE: 44 BCE
•PLACE OF BIRTH: Rome, Italy
•PLACE OF DEATH: Rome, Italy
After Caesar's death, Antony read aloud his will to the public. The citizens learned that Julius had left them his garden to enjoy and a gift of money to every man. The pandemonium that ensued was considerable and everyone wondered how so many of Caesar's close friends could have turned against him. Antony's eulogy moved the people to compassion and pity for their former ruler, and hatred and anger against his murderers. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION After julius caesar died, there was another civil war

Octavius went on to become the first Emperor (Julius was officially Dictator for Life) and ruled Rome and the empire wisely and peacefully for many years.
life was peaceful for many years since the death of julius caesar life was more peaceful after julius' death.
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