Julius Caesar: The Life Of Julius Ceasar

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The Life of Julius Ceaser Julius Caesar skillful and well-known leader of the Roman Republic who eventually was appointed king and turned the Roman Republic into a powerful Roman Empire. (https://www.biography.com/people/julius-caesar-9192504). He faced many obstacles starting at his child until death. Caesar did not have a chance to enjoy the typical childhood most children would actually enjoy had to become an adult earlier than the average person would have had to. He was born in. Rome around July 100 BC. His family did not have much and was not known to be rich. His father Gaius Caesar had died by the time Julius had reached the at sixteen. When his father died Julius had to take charge of the household responsibilities to help provide…show more content…
One of his female companions other than his wife was Cleopatra VII, the Queen of Egypt, whom he had a son with. His son name was Caesarion. (https://www.biography.com/people/julius-caesar-9192504). Caesar joined the military and had a very successful career. He became awesome military leader as well as a, awesome political leader. During Caesar military journey he had to face many difficult times. He fought in several wars and became involved in the Roman politic. Some wars that he was involved in were as follows: Galic War, Battle of Alesia, The Civil War and he Egyptian Pharaoh. In which he was victorious in them all. All of his victorious battles drew people in to loving Caesar for bringing justice to…show more content…
Even though they wanted Caesar to become king he did not accept the invitation immediately but he eventually became king of Rome. As king, a number of politicians saw Caesar as an aspiring king and romans had no desire about it. Everyone loved him and wanted him to be the King of Roman and they also wanted him to rule the world. (https://www.biography.com/people/julius-caesar-9192504). Although many loved Caesar he also has people to hate him also. They did not want him to be the King of Rome therefore, they planned his assassination. Some of the people that were not satisfy with him become king were Cassius and Brutus even though at one point in their life they were
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