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    Julius Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar is considered to be one of the greatest statesman and a Roman general. It is believed that Julius springs his family from the genetic factor Julia‚ the descendants of Lulus‚ who was the son of Aeneas‚ the Trojan prince‚ and the supposed son of Venus goddess. Caesar‚ the cognomen springs its origin from an ancestor born by a caesarean section. Caesar was born on 13th July 100 B.C. and died on 15th March 44 B.C. Julius Caesar was the son of Gaius Julius Caesar

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    The Themes of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" tells about the death of Caesar and what happened after his death. Caesar was stabbed 22 times. He died after the last stabbing. After Caesar died a war developed. After the play ends there are many questions about the theme of the play. One would say it was fate vs. freewill. One would say it was everyone isn’t what he or she seems. One would say

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    Julius Caesar A powerful leader being assassinated is not new in the history of the world. Some have been powerful and some have not. President John F. Kennedy is maybe the most famous in the history of the United States‚ except maybe President Abraham Lincoln. The murder of Julius Caesar is one of the most famous and popular too. The debate is whether he should have been assassinated or not‚ depending on what you think he was doing within the empire. It is true that Julius Caesar was

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    Julius Caesar was a Roman dictator. He was a liberal person and supported social programs. He reformed Rome by making the constitutional reforms. He is influential in history because he built an empire. Julius Caesar reformed Rome by making the constitutional reforms. One way he did this was by increasing the senate up from 600 people to 900 people. This was important because plebeians were added to the senate. Caesar also gave more rights to the plebeians by cutting their taxes and distributing

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    Loyalty in Julius Caesar Loyalty is the most important attribute. The definition of loyalty is faithfulness to one’s friends‚ country‚ ideals‚ etc. What would you do if your loyalties clashed with one another? You would have to pick. That choice can make or break a man‚ which I think ruined many men in Julius Caesar. No one knew who was an ally or an enemy. Someone who was one of your best friends could actually be your foe? This is what happened in Julius Caesar. I think loyalty is the very most

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    Dave Jones Julius Caesar Throughout the course of history there have been many great men who are known by many in the books that people read today. Julius Caesar is one man still regarded by historians as the greatest of all time. This paper will be focusing on the life of Julius Caesar and his key accomplishments. Julius Caesar was born on July 13 100 BC in Rome‚ Italy. He was the son of Aurelia and Caius Julius Caesar (Goldsworthy 30). During the time Julius was born‚ elite families

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    basically Julius Caesar is a huge character in which people looked upon on. Except the conspirators whom wanted him gone. They tried to avoid him from the beginning to not cause the death of him. But as time came and they noticed how everyone wanted him as their king. They became jealous of him. Let’s get to know who the conspirators are and why they did this to Julius Caesar. Was it for jealousy‚ anger‚ or was it for something that no one knows.          Were the conspirators wrong to kill Julius Caesar

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    Friendships In Julius Caesar The play Julius Caesar by William Shakespear‚ contains no true friendships. Friendship is an important element in the play and it also seals the protagonist’s‚ Julius Caesar’s‚ fate. The friendships in the play are used to blind Caesar from the truth and the plots against him. Little gestures the main characters bring about provide trust with Caesar‚ therefore portraying the key to all friendships. The trust would later be lost and transform into betrayal. Although

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    introductory paragraph. Use specific details from at least four documents in Part A. You may include any other outside information that you have learned. Finish with a concluding paragraph. Historic Background: Ever since Julius Caesar was a child he dreamed of having great power. During his early political years he used many ways to gain power including bribery‚ intimidation‚ and manipulation. He took Romans to new heights while he made Roman long lasting dreams finally come

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    Julius Caesar Julius Caesar was at one time the great leader of Rome before he was betrayed and assassinated by some of his closest friends and followers on one fateful night. Cassius‚ Brutus‚ and the rest of the conspirators killed Caesar because they were afraid that he may become King and revoke their privileges and take all their power from them. The senators and conspirators thought that Caesar wanted to rule Rome on his own and overthrow the Roman republic which also motivated them to kill

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