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Biography of Julius Caesar


Gaius Julius Caesar (Latin: C · IVLIVS · C · F · C · N · CAESAR ) (July 13, 100 BC-March 15, 44 BC) was a military leader and politician roman rule against Gallia Comata expand the Roman Empire until the Oceanus Atlanticus Roman attack first to Britain, and introduced the Roman influence on Gaul (now France), a direct result of achievement is still visible to this day.

Julius Caesar fought and won a civil war that made the greatest ruler of the Roman world, and start a major reform of the Roman society and government. He became dictator for life, and focus government weakened the republic.

Caesar died on March 15, 44 BC due stabbed to death by Marcus Junius Brutus and several Roman senators. Action assassination on March Idi the second civil war triggered the end of the Roman Republic and early Roman Empire under the rule grandson and adopted son, Caesar Augustus.

Julius Caesar's military campaigns are known in detail through his own set of comments (Commentarii), and much of his life story as recorded historian Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, Mestrius Plutarch, and Lucius Cassius Dio.

Marriage of Julius Caesar and his descendants
Biography of Julius Caesar
  • Her first marriage with Cinnilla Cornelia, daughter of Cinna
  • Julia Caesaris, married to Pompey
  • A grandson, died after a few days old, has not been given a name
  • son who is still in the womb, has not been given a name
  • Second marriage with Pompeia Sulla
  • Marriage Pisonis third with Calpurnia, the daughter of Piso, consul 58 BC
  • The affair with Cleopatra
  • Caesar Ptolemy XV (Caesarion), pharaoh of Egypt
  • Adopted daughter who was appointed after the death, Octavian, the Roman emperor

Chronology
  • July 13 100 BC - Born in Rome
  • 84 BC - Her first marriage to Cornelia
  • 82 BC - Despite the death penalty Sulla
  • 81/79 BC - military service in Asia and Cilicia; meeting with Nicomedes of Bithynia
  • 70's - Career as an advocate
  • 69 BC - quaestor (treasurer kind) in Hispania Ulterior
  • 65 BC - Curule aedile
  • 63 BC - Inaugurated pontifex maximus and Urban praetor; conspiracy Catilinaria, Bona Dea scandal and therefore perceraikan Caesar of Pompeia
  • 59 BC - Position the first consul; early Triumviratus First with Marcus Licinius Crassus and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, Pompey married Julia
  • 54 BC - Death of Julia
  • 53 BC - Crassus's death: the end of the First Triumviratus
  • 52 BC - Battle of Alesia
  • 49 BC - Crossing the Rubicon, the start of the Civil War
  • 48 BC - Beat Pompey in Greece, becoming dictator; office of consul second
  • 47 BC - Campaigns in Egypt, met Cleopatra VII
  • 46 BC - Defeat Cato and Metellus Scipio in North Africa; office of consul third
  • 45 BC -Defeat your opponent in Hispania last
  • Return to Rome; held third consul44 BC -
  • inducted into perpetual dictator February, Refuse diadem offered Antonius
  • March 15, murdered Iunius Marcus Brutus, Gaius Cassius Longinus and the Romans else in the house Senate

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