Julius Ceasar: The Rise And Fall Of The Ancient Roman Republic

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The ancient roman republic stated to decline in 75 B.C. Rome became victim to many civil wars and its government was undecided. Along with these problems slaves were also starting to rebel. For all of this chaos came Julius Ceasar who was at the time a military commander. He eventually becomes dictator and makes some vary important decisions for Rome. Around 58 B.C Ceasar conquered Gaul, which is modern day Belgium and France. Pompey who was another brilliant military leader all but forced Ceasar to disband his army. Cease however did not follow this order and instead took his army into Rome from the North. Julius Ceasr completely destroyed Pompey and his followers. Leading on from this victory Ceasr went around the Mediterranean Sea taking

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