Caesar is killed by conspirators who wanted freedom, liberty, and democracy. Though Caesar had ruled well, he wanted to be crowned and was ambitious. Caesar was killed because he was the one whose “abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power” (2.1.18, 19). But Brutus thought that “when he once attains the upmost round, he then unto the ladder turns his back” (2.1.24, 25). But Caesar loved the Romans according to what Antony spoke about Caesar 's death, “when that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept” (3.2.89).
No one would even talk bad about him, for fear of being executed. All independance was ripped from the people, they were mindless slaves to Vlad III, and if they couldn’t work, they would be killed. This doesn’t just mean the elderly or injured, he would even kill children if they weren’t working from birth. The dead bodies would be hung from trees and buildings in the towns, to do what leaving thousands of enemy soldiers impaled when the unstoppable Ottoman Empire was gaining on them, to strike a fear beyond what’s imaginable. Imagine walking outside and seeing a dead child hanging from a tree just because they were too young to work, or seeing an elderly woman rotting, hanging from a building.
Caligula was born as Gaius Julius Caesar, named in honor of his famous and much-beloved relative, in Anzio, Italy, a city just 40 miles south of Rome, on August 31, 12 CE to Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder. He was the third child of the six total, with two older brothers (Nero and Drusus) and three younger sisters (Agrippina the Younger, Julia Drusilla, and Julia Livilla). Through Agrippina the Elder, Gaius’ maternal great-grandfather was Augustus. Germanicus was an extremely successful military general who received his name after conquering Germania for the Roman Empire. During his military campaigns in the north, Germanicus was accompanied by Gaius, who was dressed in a miniature soldier’s outfit, with boots (called caligas) and armour.
This wouldn 't take long since Caligula is described as a very sick and twisted man. There are many different scenarios that could send caligula to jail, but of course the first one is murder. This is due to the fact that Caligula as an emperor loved to watch executions and killed or exiled many close to him.4 There is also a story that further backs this point about how Caligula ordered a section of his crowd to be thrown into the arena with lions and animals to be eaten alive because he was out of criminals and was not entertained enough. Furthermore, another way Caligula could be found behind bars is if he gets caught up in drugs. Since Caligula was addicted to meaningless sex, it is evident that he would also most likely be addicted to another type of short stimulation.
Violence and brutality comes from the defection of humans after being let free of limitations. example is after Vlad had absolute control over people he gained a fetish for impalement and brutal punishments for those same he believes are enemies or in some way unfit. Vlad would use impalement as a warning to enemies. Most who were impaled were alive for hours even days while impaled on the stake. This is a flaw in human nature after limitations were lifted Vlad started brutal punishments proving golding 's so point.
Julius Caesar, husband of Calphurnia and possibly the greatest ruler Rome has seen, was assassinated on the Ides of March. We cannot say this was a huge surprise to us, as a soothsayer had cautioned Caesar to “Beware the Ides of March” (Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Act 1 Scene 2, Line 20). Calphurnia allegedly begged Caesar to stay home on that very day fearing that something terrible would happen, but Decius persuaded Caesar otherwise. The great leader was later stabbed to his death by a group of conspirators, of which only 16 have been identified. The leaders of this conspiracy are known to be Marcus Brutus and Caius Cassius.
Octavian was the heir to the Roman Republic after Julius Caesar was assassinated. The Roman Republic was just coming out of a civil war and was falling to pieces. So Octavian decided he would put thing into his own hands to make things better. This is a quote from Octavian himself talking about the republic. “In my sixth and seventh consulships [28-27 BC], after I had extinguished civil wars, and at a time when with universal consent I was in complete control of affairs, I transferred the republic from my power to the dominion of the senate and the people of Rome…After this time I excelled all in influence [auctoritas], although I possessed no more official power [potestas] than others who were my colleagues in the several magistracies.” ( Before Octavian became had complete control of Rome, he had to gain control of over the senate.
Caligula died without an heir but his uncle, Claudius, had bribed the Praetorian Guard to support him in his ambition to be proclaimed as princeps. The Praetorian Guard had a lot to lose if they did not support him, so he was confirmed as princeps, high priest, and emperor days after the death of Caligula. Unfortunately for Rome and Claudius’ enemies, he was as vicious as his the past emperors and he executed many of Rome’s senators and elite. The Roman troops were also successful in putting down the rebellion in Britain during Claudius’ reign. Claudius had his wife, Messalina, executed after the discovery of her affair with another man and her part in a plot against him.
In the Elizabethan times they beheaded people and did many other horrific things. In The Hunger Games they killed people by attack and using strategies. Katniss and Peeta were chosen to go into battle to risk their lives for their families and their people. As there were multiple Hunger Games throughout time. Which was different than Romeo and Tybalt who would fight in the streets for fun whenever they felt the need to pick on each other.
These people would then euthanize their dogs in fear that they would turn against them (Delise 97). Even when a dog fighting scene is raided by the police and they rescue the dogs most of them would be euthanized, because of a supposed killer instinct (Delise 96). Most cities would kill any pit bull that is loose, because of the rumors and some still do (Kalof). Ever since the media started bashing
He also became the governor of Spain and Gaul. After he destroyed Pompey, a former ally, he was made dictator of Rome itself, in 45 B.C. But, Julius Caesar was considered arrogant to the people. People started to get suspicious when he made some political reforms which gave him more power than his peers. Julius Caesar had many occupations in his life.