Julius Caesar's Everlasting Impact On The World

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Julius Caesar left an everlasting impact on the world during his short time on earth. Julius Caesar started his reign in Spain when he became governor in 61 BCE, then only one year later he created the first triumvirate with his allies Crassus, and Pompey. As Julius Caesar continued his road to success, he became consul in 59 BCE. After becoming Consul for one year he spread his power to Gaul and became governor there in 58 BCE serving two four year terms. For the eight years Caesar expanded his power by winning every single battle he fought. Then in 49 BCE Julius Caesar led his troops across the Rubicon River to regain control over Rome. One year later in 48 BCE Julius Caesar served as consul again for four years until in 44 BCE Julius

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