Is This Thank You?
There are some people, sometimes, who owe you a lot of things but in the end, they’ll pay you with grudge, ill- responses, anger, jealousy and envy. This happened to Caesar. He helped a lot of people, the people of Rome, the senators, the soldiers and the Rome itself. But what had happened to him? Who is Julius Caesar, on the first place? What did he do?
* Julius Caesar
* Marcus Brutus
The story revolves around the life of Julius Caesar. He was born in a family which was part of the Julius Dynasty. They claim to be the grandsons and granddaughters of a goddess. Caesar had dreamed to have limitless power, the power to rule Rome. He had hardships, the king of Rome want him dead, fortunately, Pompey, a Roman general helped him. He went overseas, far from Rome to refrain the king from killing him. After some time he returned to Rome, where he left his family for safety. Many days had passed his wife died and he used her funeral to campaign. From here, began to raise the Roman republic. Pompey was the consul at that time; he had ruled Rome for quite some time. Then one time, he met Caesar’s daughter, fell for her, but Caesar’s witty, he used his child to get 50,000 soldiers from Pompey. After this, Caesar went on his way with his army to conquer the neighboring lands. After some time, he returned to Rome, victorious, and a consul. This drove the senators mad, the people who he’d helped, most important conspirators were Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junius Brutus. "Et tu, Brute" ("You too, Brutus") was Caesar's expression of his particular anguish at being stabbed by a...
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