Compare And Contrast Julius Caesar And Romans

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There are many things we can learn from these two men who were heroes in their individual countries. Let me introduce to you two extremely extraordinary men, Julius Caesar from Rome, Italy and Yitzhak Rabin from Israel. Julius Caesar is remembered as one of the most honorable military minds ever and is also known for laying the foundation for the Roman Empire. His birth and contribution to this world allowed him to create a new chapter in the Roman history. Caesar battled in many wars and was also involved in Roman politics. He then became the dictator of the Roman Empire which carried on for the short span of a year before his unexpected death. However, he accomplished many duties and responsibilities by the young age of 31. The cause of Julius Caesar’s death was by assassination by his enemies. Caesar might have died but shortly after his death he became the scapegoat in the new Roman Empire. A clan of lower and bourgeois Romans huddled at Caesar’s funeral with the furious crowd ambushing and besieging the homes of Cassius and Brutus, the culprits who murdered Julius. Fun fact: Although most people assume that the Caesar Salad is named after Julius Caesar, it isn’t. The Caesar Salad legend is from the creation of the recipe to an Italian immigrant also known as Caesar Cardini.…show more content…
He was a politician, a statesman and a general in Israel. He was also the fifth prime minister of Israel, who worked two terms in the office until his death which was by assassination in 1995. Rabin was Israel’s ambassador to the United States from 1968 to 1973. He successfully managed to help strengthen and expand the US- Israel
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