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  • Gaius Julius Caesar
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    Gaius Julius Caesar: The Assassination Rome is a place of great historical achievements. Rich in history, it reveals to us a great deal about man and society. One of the most important characters in history is Gaius Julius Caesar. His very name strikes images of a powerful leader. Responsible for bringing Rome to great heights, he is said to be the man who changed the course of history, accomplishing the impossible and helping to further the Roman Empire. His military skill and excellent politic...
  • 82 Bc Caesar
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    Many people associate the 'Ides of March' with the play 'Julius Caesar. ' ; That particular day, March 15th in 44 BC, Rome lost not only a future king, but also a strong political and military leader. Julius Caesar's life, his accomplishments, and his unfortunate assassination have etched out a place in textbooks worldwide. Caesar's childhood was filled with many changes in the Roman Empire. Gaius Julius Caesar was born in Rome, Italy on July 12th or 13th in the year 100 BC. When he was young, C...
  • Killing Of Julius Caesar
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    Lauren San Pedro Julius Caesar Julius Caesar is a Shakespearean tragedy about the hunger for power. William Shakespeare explained the tragedy through the character development of hatred and envy. Caesar's life was cut short because several men around him looked at him to power hungry and weak. The killing of Julius Caesar was not justified because he was not proved to be ambitious and he acted for the good of Rome. The first way Julius Caesar was not ambitious was he refused the crown three time...
  • Assassination Of Julius Caesar The Senate
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    When the name Julius Caesar is heard, it can only trigger the image of a great leader that led Rome into prosperity. Caesar's military excellence brought more power and more land; that lead to the increase of size and strength in Rome. His dictatorship helped the stability and prosperity in Rome. Caesar's assassination lead to a monarchy that was ruled by Octavin. His death lead to a domino effect ending in the ultimate collapse of the Roman Empire. Many people of the 21st century follow the pat...
  • Characteristics Of A Tragic Hero As Caesar
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    Julius Caesar In William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, the literary element of the tragic hero is evident. In general, a tragic hero must meet several important qualifications. He must come from a good background and have high social status, he must have a tragic flaw that leads to his downfall, and this flaw must be punished either by death or banishment. In this portrayal of the history of the Roman Empire, Shakespeare explores the lives of Julius Caesar and his acquaintances. Though all o...
  • Early Life Of Julius Caesar
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    Julius Caesar 'I came, I saw, I conquered. ' These are the words of the man who changed the history of the world. This paper will show how no other man in the history of the world represented military and political power better than Julius Caesar. He became a legend for his military exploits and great leadership ability. The Early Life of Julius Caesar was spent studying the history of power and wealth in early Rome. Julius Caesar was born in Rome on July 12 or 13, in the year 100 B.C. His fathe...
  • Gaius Julius Caesar
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    Julius Caesar Julius Caesar was born on July 13th in 100 B.C. His full name is Gaius Julius Caesar, which was the same as his fathers name. Julius Caesar was the most famous Roman general and was one of the most influential political and military leaders in history. He helped establish the vast Roman Empire. Caesar gained all his power in four different areas. Those areas are politics, government, religion, and in the military. Using these amazing powers he controlled many aspects of Roman life....
  • Caesar's Death And Brutus's Speech
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    Character Counts William Wordsworth once said that "The best portion of a good man's life is his little, nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and love" (Health Communications, Inc. 213). In William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, Marc Antony exhibits the character counts pillars respect, responsibility, and also caring. Marc Antony shows his respect when everyone was against Caesar, but he still was tolerant of the difference. He displayed responsibility when after Caesar's death, and Brutu...
  • 44 B.C. Julius Caesar
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    Assassination of Gaius Julius Caesar Caius Julius Caesar, a Roman consul, was a great leader and a terrible dictator. Many of his reforms were excellent, but he also was hungry for the power of Roman Dictator, which would give him absolute power for as long as he required it. Throughout his life he did many things including creating the calendar that we know today, advancing mathematics, and many other scholarly things. When he became dictator in 44 B.C., those in power knew he must be stopped, ...
  • Early Life Of Julius Caesar
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    Julius Caesar: Military and Political Strength Perhaps no other man in the history of the world symbolizes military and political strength as much as does Gaius Julius Caesar. This man became a legend for his military exploits and an almost global setting, his political manipulations which covered decades of cycles which covered power and loss of power, and his personal life which to have been played in the most melodramatic and theatrical manner. It is Caesar whose life, betrayal, and death whi...
  • Impact Of Julius Caesar
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    William Shakespeare is one of the greatest play writers ever born, And this is shown by how popular his plays are still today even after thousands of years. One of his famous plays still in use today is Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar is one of the greatest plays ever written and has been read or seen by many generations. There are many topics that can be chosen to talk about in Julius Caesar and one of those topics is the presents of the supernatural Caesar or Caesar's ghost and what affect he has...
  • Caesar By Cassius
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    In Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, Brutus and Cassius are both considered honorable men by the public. But, like all traits honor is in the eye of the beholder. Honor is defined as evidence or symbols of distinction. Those who are placed in power are often chosen because of their traits, which include being honorable. If those in power have any faults, it could diminish their position in the eyes of the public. Brutus is considered an honorable man by all those who live in Rome. He is a close ...
  • 48 B.C. Caesar
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    Introduction: Julius Caesar is one of the most famous people in world history. He was a very interesting man. It was Caesar who changed the way that the Roman government worked. He was also a great warrior and claimed a great deal of land for the Roman Empire. Caesars Early Years Julius Caesar was born on July 12th or 13th in 100 B.C. His father died when he was 16 years old. Soon after this he was married. In 84 B.C. he married Cornelia, the daughter of Lucius Cornelius C inna. In 82 B.C., afte...
  • Kill Julius Caesar
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    In the play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare, one of the main characters, Brutus, is faced with a major problem. He has to decide whether or not to join the conspiracy, which is to kill his best friend Caesar or let him get crowned king. Throughout the play he has to decide and his choice may effect Rome forever. Brutus decides to join the conspirators and help kill Julius Caesar. His actions show that he is a very patriotic, one who loves his country and upholds its interests, citizen of R...
  • 86 B.C. Caesar
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    Julius Caesar was born in Rome on July 12 or 13, in the year 100 B.C... His Father Gaius Ceasar, died when Caesar was 16 year old, and it was his mother Aurelia, who proved to be quite influential in his life. Caesar's family was part of Rome's original aristocracy, called patricians, although they were not rich or particularly influential. At the time of Caesar's birth, the number of patricians was small, and their status no longer provided political advantage. To obtain distinction for himself...
  • Caesar From Rome
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    Gaius Julius Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar was an incredibly motivated man that thrived on power no matter how strong the opposition. He was a powerful leader and general in the Roman army. He was power hungry and rose up the ranks until he was king of all of Rome. According to legend Rome was founded in 753 B.C. by two brothers, Romulus and Remus. After many years and the death of one bother the Tarquin kings came to power. The first Tarquin king was a Greek noble who emigrated to Rome with his Et...
  • Caesars Major Flaw
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    In Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare the lives of the two main characters, Julius Caesar, the leader of Rome's army and Marcus Brutus, his loyal friend, tragically end. Julius Caesar and Brutus both have flaws. These flaws are what make this play great and tragic. Caesar was a proud ambitious leader who was feared to become too powerful and be made a dictator. Brutus' flaw was as Anthony said that he was an "honorable man". These flaws make the play interesting. Julius Caesar's biggest flaw ...
  • Ss Caesar
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    Character Sketch: Julius Caesar Julius Caesar was a tragedy written by William Shakespeare. Julius Caesar was a great Roman general and senator born in 100 B.C. He has a wife named Calphurnia but no children. Though he was an illustrious leader, Caesar was a physically weak man; he suffered from epilepsy and was deaf in one ear. In the beginning of the play, Caesar was returning to Rome in triumph after a successful military campaign against Pompey's sons. Caesar formed the first triumvirate wit...
  • Caesar For The Roman People
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    William Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar, is mainly based on the assassination of Julius Caesar. The various men who happened to object to his assassination had different personal desires for their actions. Depending on each of their actions, words or even tone of voice they may misrepresent them and may be misinterpreted. Brutus, Cassius, and Antony had motives for their actions. I will explain what each of them stood to gain from the death of Caesar. Brutus, servant and close friend to Caesar...
  • Caesar Left Rome
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    Julius Caesar's triumph in a civil war in the 40's BC made him the absolute ruler of Rome, but political jealousies among his opponents led to his assassination. Julius Caesar rose to power in Rome through his social status, financial support, military leadership, and political reputation. Caesar belonged to an old patrician family, the Julian clan. His aunt, Julia, married Gaius Marius, a supporter of the common people and an earlier Roman military leader. Caesar soon decided that he wanted to ...

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