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Gaius Julius Caesar (100–44 BC) was a Roman general who played a vital role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. He was dubbed the Republic’s “dictator in perpetuity.”
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Gladius. Although usually described as a short thrusting sword, it also worked well as a slashing sword. It should be noted that the full name for a gladius is Gladius Hispaniensis or hispanic sword.The Gladius was adopted by Rome during the third century BC. Made of Bronze or Iron, it is about 2 f…
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No-one knows for sure but they would all have been domesticated ones that were here already - no-one goes to conquer a country with pets or a zoo with them. --actually, Roman conquerers did bring exotic animals (notably, elephants) to Britain, in order to impress and awe the native population.
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He was killed by a group of conspirators, headed by his close friend and protégé, Marcus Junius Brutus.
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You deal with this by patting yourself on the back because you're one smart woman! As much as it crushes your heart you have come to the realization that this relationship will never work out. Love is just loving that person you are with and everyone else around is a mere shadow. Loving someone …
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A very good question.  Plot SourcesShakespeare's plots are Shakespeare used a variety of books, histories, and earlier plays as subject material for his plays. For instance, the English history plays rely heavily on Raphael Holinshed's "Chronicles" from 1587. This would have been blended with …
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Irish comes from Ireleand. Ireleand a small country in europe near the UK. Irish Flag Colors Green white and Orange. Irish have big holiday aka St . Pattricks Day. Irish have Many history.
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This question is too vague to be answered in any reasonably brief manner. Caesar would have treated conquered people of the Empire differently from Romans. He would have treated loyal people different from rebellious ones. He would have treated plebians differently from nobles. What does the author …
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Julius Caeser never really did have anything to do with English history. He did briefly invade the country, but did not stick around.
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Yes, The Eastern Roman(Byzantine)Empire asked The Pope for help against the Islamic Seljuk Turks That request resulted in The Crusades. Although the Western Roman Empire ended in 476, The Holy Roman Empire participants in the Crusades such as France, Germany & Austria as well other European…
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Augustus: 63 BCE - 14), known as Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus (the 'us' on the end of Octavian indicated that his father died before his birth). He was nominated as his heir by the assassinated Julius Caesar who had adopted him. After Caesar's death he joined in a triumvirate with Marc Antony and …
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Julius Caesar was born in 100BC and assassinated in 44BC Hope this helpsyou can use www.Google.co.UK or www.yahoo.co.UK also u could just stick on this site and i know quite alot. but the best is if you search for the rotten Romans or horrible histories on Google
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As far as i knowUmmm, well as far as i know, a long time because if it took the government that long to capture Osama then imagine Julius Caeser! :)
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At this point in history the Roman empire had no Government until the republic instated by Augustus so Julius Caesar was a dictator not like Momar Gadaffi or Hitler but had no Governmant.
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This is a very broad question, but I will give my take on it. One aspect of Cassius is his machiavellian plotting, driven by jealousy and hatred of Caesar. This interpretation would suggest that Shakespeare is using the character of Cassius to comment on this dangerous aspect of human nature. There …
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After they removed the trophies from Caesar's statues they chastised the common men. They pointed out that once these same men celebrate Pompey (whose death Caesar's perusal of Egypt led to) in the same way.
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In Roman-British Celtic mythology,Brutus is said to have been the founder of the British people.The great grandson of the Trojan Aeneas, he is supposed to have landed at Totnes in Devon and to have subjugated the giants who then inhabited the country.
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Mark Antony died by "falling on his sword". In other words he stabbed himself, which was an honorable way for a Roman soldier to die.
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During the era of the late Republic, Rome suffered through a reign of terror. Terror's tool was the proscription list, by which large numbers of important, wealthy people, and often senators, were killed; their property, confiscated. Sulla, Roman dictator at the time, instigated this carnage:31 Sull…
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Lead Poisoning. All the water pipes were made of lead. ... Oh yeah, when the republic gave in to the dictatorship of Julius Caesar, thus beginning the empire. Whit?Julius Caesar brought about Rome's glory! The empire crumbled when it grew beyond it's means, greedy senators fighting each other for p…
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The names of Cleopatra's sons were Ptolemy XV, nicknamed Caesarion, Alexander Helios and Ptolemy Philadelphios.
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You can't. In most democratic countries adults of sound mind have the constitutional right protected by law to freely chose and exercise their faith as they see fit.
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Answer Artemidorus first urges Caesar to read his letter in ACT II SCENE III. ARTEMIDORUS O Caesar, read mine first; for mine's a suit That touches Caesar nearer: read it, great Caesar. CAESAR What touches us ourself shall be last served. What Caesar says is that I will serve my own needs last,…
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Julius Caesar's death left Rome without a leaderbut after a little bit Augustus came into play and made some great changes to Rome.
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it's possible but we don't have any proof
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Marc Antony said he found the will in Caesar's closet.
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He led Rome as consul, first with co-consul Marcus Crassus, then with Julius Caesar. For a time, the two men were allies as long as he was married to Caesar's daughter, but after her death they they became rivals in a struggle for power, and enemies in a civil war. Pompey lost the war and fled to Eg…
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I think she had no kids and had no husband. by:coolgirl
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Cesar conquered everything from span to Asia Minor. Cesar also gained territories off the coast of Italy and in Northern Africa.
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The Second Triumvirate is the official political alliance of Octavian (later known as Augustus), Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, and Mark Antony, formed on 26 November 43 BC with the enactment of the Lex Titia. Unlike the earlier First Triumvirate, the Second Triumvirate was an official legally established…
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Caesar wasn't loved The people's attitude varied. Some were excited. (Typically the poor farmers and peasants) Smarter people were mad at Caesar because in order to become supreme ruler, he had to engage the entire country in civil war. Another Answer: Most people would not accept Caesar as thei…
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An example of a tragic flaw would be Oedipus' lack of knowledge about his adoption. Not knowing who his real parents were led him to unknowingly murder his father and marry his mother.Another example is Othello, whose flaw was his jealousy. It lead him to murder his wife, thinking she had been unfai…
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In a nutshell, Caesar contributed to the decline of the Republic by accepting the title Dictator for Life. The senate had already given extraordinary honors, but the Dictator for Life title was the cause of his assassination, the civil war afterwards, and the eventual rise of Octavian as the first e…
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Answer Julius Caesar was not uninfluenced by corrupt politicians but he was one himself in the sense that, he was determined to advance his career and become dictator of Rome through pragmatist actions. First and foremost politicians within Roman society during Julius Caesar's reign were Roman …
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Well good leadership traits in my oppinion involve recognising each individuals strengths and weaknesses and using them within a team to good effect. It also think that a leader needs to realise their own limitations and strengths because if they don't have a real idea of them selves they wont ever …
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Pax = Peace Romana = Rome The peace of Rome. This was a time where the Romans did not have a major confrontation. However, there economy and religion began to crumble.It was also a term that refered to the peace the Romans imposed (or attempted to impose) on all their captured territories. Sometim…
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he had said that he didn't like how Caesar was getting all of the credit for everything and that he was wrong for helping the plebiansmortem tyrannis
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Julius Caesar is very important to our history because of his military tactics and the way he changed ROME. Some will say he was a tyrant but in those times he would have had to be ruthless. To add to that, he about ended the civil war going on in Rome with Pompeii and he is responsible for changing…
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Cassius has a beef with Julius Caesar, the dictator of Rome, and he is trying to recruit like-minded souls like Brutus and Casca to his cause. The conflict we see in Act 1 is between Cassius and Caesar.
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Julius Caesar is the uncle of Augustus Caesar and later adopted son and heir.Octavian, the man who would become Augustus, was Julius Caesar's great nephew. He was the son of Caesar's niece, Atia, who was the daughter of Caesar's sister, Julia. Making Octavian more popular among the supporters of the…
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He fought battles, subdued provinces, defeated internal enemies, but then so had plenty of others who had won most of the empire. Fabius Maximus got Maximus - the Greatest, while Pompey and even Alexander only got Magnus - the Great. It might have been the greatest problem of all of stabilising the …
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In the beginning of the play, Brutus is trusted by Caesar, and they have a filial sort of relationship. But Brutus plays a large role in Caesar's assassination. Caesar's dying words are, "Et tu, Brute?" (you too, Brutus?) because he can hardly believe that someone he loved and was close to would mur…
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One of the themes of Julius Caesar is the method of selection of a leader. At the time when the play was written, Elizabeth I, the English Queen, was too old to bear children and did not have an heir. Shakespeare's selection of themes reflected the interests and concerns of his times.Of course the r…
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He was buried in the family plot at his birthplace, a farm called "Byerly", although the exact location of the grave isn't known.
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He is not a mystery - he made a point of being transparent to keep popular support. He even wrote an autobiographical account Res Gestae Divi Augusti which you can look up on the internet where he details his actions. He gets a large section in the TV series I Claudius which gives a good background.
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Centurion of the Roman Army was a rank of the Roman Army officials. Centurions were in command of about 80 men, contrary to the popular belief that it was 100. Centurions were Roman soldiers that showed enough skills in combat, discipline, and leadership that they were promoted to Centurion.The high…
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Rome became a Republic in 509 BC.
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He was a Greek author that was really into stereotypes. See the related link for more information.
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he was stabbed to death by rivals in politics and even friends in politics who wanted his job.
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Women gained political power by protesting the unfair situation in the United States. The protests and other political activity brought about change that resulted in suffrage.
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His most influential person in his life was probably his first wife,Cornelia.
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Julius Caesar was about 56 when he was Emperor of Rome. Julius Caesar was never Emperor of Rome. He was proclaimed Dictator of Rome See the link below
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Answer Caesar and the Calendar The short answer is: July ("Julius" in Latin) was named in honor of Julius Caesar after his death, since Julius is the one who created the modern calendar (and his birthday was in July). August (originally "Augustus") was named in honor of Augustus later, after he…
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Caesar never know that it was going to happen burts and cicero were jelous and stuck up dicks they killed Caesar by stabbin him
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what did he eat daily? Julius, like other Romans of his time, ate pretty much what we eat today. Porridge, bread, omelettes, stews, roasts etc. You will read about dolphin steaks and fried giraffe etc but these were like, for example, pate de foie gras and caviar to us. We may eat them once a yea…
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CaesarGaius Iulius Caesar was murdered by members of the senate because he began acting like a king, a very dangerous thing to do in a recently repuclicenated republic.Recent? The Republic was founded in 510 B.C. so it wasn't recent. It was because he was acting like a king, something that was frown…
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Marcus Junius Brutus [June 85 B.C.E.* - October 42 B.C.E.] is manipulated into killing his friend, Gaius Julius Caesar [July 13, 100 B.C.E.* - March 15, 44 B.C.E.]. Oedipus likewise can be said to be manipulated, by the gods, into killing his own father and sovereign. Brutus ultimately is tracked do…
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Julius Caesar, having just finished conquering Gaul (France) in 55BC, set his sights on Britain. Though he made two attempts to conquer Britain, both of them failed - partly because of the weather, partly because of the Britons. but in AD 43, the best part of a century later, Claudius made a success…
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Brutus gets angry with Cassius because he denied to lend him money
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Julius Caesar, full name Gaius Julius Caesar, was born on 13 July 100 BC in Rome.
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yes even some of his solders wold try to over through him
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Peace in Rome [Professor Irwin Corey]: or, actually, "Roman Peace", the term loosely used to describe the general lack of bloody wars in the territory controlled by the Roman Empire. Since the only armed personnel were Roman soldiers, it somewhat reduced the amount of internecine warfare usually…
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the answer is perfectly fine, actually i have to give a speech on this topic for 10 minutes and want some material He meant that the reason they are underlings (not in a high position) is not because of their astrological charts, but is their own fault. Ancient Romans were deeply into astrology. R…
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Oaths and Swearing The bible (KJV) states in Matthew 5:33-37 these words, Again, ye have heard that it hath been said by them of old time, Thou shalt not forswear thyself, but shalt perform unto the Lord thine oaths: But I say unto you, Swear not at all; neither by heaven; for it is Go…
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The Roman empire was where the Romans took over. It stretched from Europe to around Egypt. The Roman Empire was the world's first Super Power
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Julius Caeser was a famous military general who conquered Gaul (France) after this the senate demanded he return to Rome and relinquish his command in Gaul. He led his army into Rome with his new allies (Lepidus and Marc Antony) and took control. Lepidus retired shortly after and Antony and Caeser s…
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Julius Caesar, one of Ancient Rome's most famous individuals, was born in 100 BC - or near to that year. Julius Caesar joined the Roman Army in 81 BC and was the first Roman army commander to invade England which he did in 55 BC and again in 54 BC. Caesar was born into a wealthy family and he was a …
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Post lithotripsy reactions I've had lithotripsy twice. I didn't feel well at all after them. I felt dizzy, and my side bothered me. I just wanted to close my eyes, but the nurse wants you to wake up and start moving. The symptoms eased gradually. I took a few days off work, and each day I felt gr…
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most familiar leader of gurjarsi think from the last two decade mr shyamdev bhadana is struggling for right dountroden and labour class right as i reading news papers of India . he allready done first gurjar samalan in Shrinager after the freedom of India . he have voiced for 35 lac gurjars in j&…
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Caesar Caesar's way to fame was that he was the first man to take charge of rome since the republic had over thrown the Kings. He was an exceptional general and a wise politician.He was also kno for being the first Roman army commander to envade England.
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Gaius Julius Caesar, dictator of the Roman Republic, was assassinated in the Theatre of Pompey in Rome on the ides of March (March 15), 44 BCE, by as many as 60 or so senators who feared that Caesar plotted to overthrow the Republic and become king. The great irony of Caesar's murder is that, aft…
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you need not to flirt in front of her. more a girl like a committed man, with a direct approach. If you feel that you are in love with her, take out, if possible - 'and express how much you love her', girls likes if a boy/man having a good eye contact. And, its easy for you to get the result. Yo…
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The play Julius Caesar covers the events in Ancient Rome between 45 and 42 BCE. Julius Caesar was one of the members of the First Triumvirate of powerful men with Crassus and Pompey. Caesar had declared war on Pompey by crossing the Rubicon River with his army against the express orders of the Senat…
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Some of the supernatural elements : At the end of Act I, a terrible storm comes up. Casca and Cicero each believe that the storm foreshadows events surrounding Caesar's impending assassination. Casca is fearful of a host of strange sightings and believes that these signs prognosticate evil. Cicero …
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Cassius tells Brutus that Caesar refused the crown of a king three times, but each time he refused it more reluctantly, which convinces Brutus that Caesar has been tempted by the thought of absolute power.
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No, he first invaded Britain in 55bc because there was a lot of tin, copper and lead to be found in Britain No, he did not sail to Britain, he went there after going to Germany. He didn't invade, he explored.
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Yes, Caesar wrote about his battles in his conquest Gaul and the peoples who lived there in his Commentarii de Bello Gallico (Commentaries on the Gallic War).
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Traits that hinder leadership ability might include introversion and a fiery temper. Traits that help in a leadership position would include a strong personality and fairness.
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he comittted suicide because of the sorow of knowing that his wife died because of lonieness
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Julius Caesar was killed in the year 44 BC He was stabbed to death and left with 37 wounds.Brutus, Cassius, Ligarious, Metallus, Casca, Trebonius and Cinna killed him.
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Answer He wasn't buried but if you wish to know where his remains were placed you would be dissapointed to know he was cremated and his ashes were placed in the royal family's tomb (Now St. Angelos Castle in Rome), but will be further dissapointed to know during the 410 AD Sack of Rome, the visig…
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Understand that the Senate was in a different location than the Roman Forum. There is some dispute about whether it was near Piazza Navona or on the other side of the Tiber in what is currently called Trastevere. Can anyone be more specific than this?Julius Caesar was assassinated in the Theater of …
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9-11 brought a lot of change to the world.
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There are a couple of suggested theories as to the origin of this salad...see the Related Links below for the information. The Caesar salad is not named after Julius Caesar. It is named for its creator, Caesar Cardini, who first prepared the salad in his Caesar's Palace Restaurant in Tijuana, Mexic…
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Answer he felt the same but he was also sad because he had kill someone Answer he felt the same but he was also sad because he had kill someone
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The Roman Republic was brought into the Latin league by force but became a major power in it using its safety from outsiders to build itself up and eventually conquered all of them.
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Roman scholars had a great respect for Greek literature and and the Greek civ in general (something that carried through the Renaissance, effectively stopping scientific thought) and were more prone to translate and analyse the Greek best plays/poems/essays etc . I believe originality and language t…
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Flambe gained popularity in the late 19th century. Henri Charpentier claims to have discovered the technique by accident in 1895. He unintentionally set fire to a tray of crepes for Prince Edward and his companion Suzette, leading to the name Crepe Suzette.
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Rome became a republic by revolution against their Etruscan kings.
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The Roman Republic was a democratic nation, focused on alliances and trade and military around the Mediterranean Sea. The empire was led by a monarch, or emperor, who (in almost every way) had total control. Usually, they squandered the nation's wealth on personal wars, great palaces, and anything e…
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Julius Caesar had one child, a daughter, named Julia. She was the result of his first wife Cornelia. There is a suspicion, and only a suspicion, that he was also the father of Cleopatra's son, nicknamed Caesarion. (Many questions about this and we will never know the truth) He also had an adopted so…
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Answer Knowing the Spanish language is good for many reasons! A few are that 35 million people speak Spanish, you might be able to receive a promotion / raise at your job, You may be able to travel and meet new people, and Songs on the radio start to make sense. You might think, "A raise? In m…
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Julius Caesar was a dictator of the Roman Empire. He commanded the Roman armies which conquered Gaul and helped pave the road for the Roman Empire. Caesar is remembered as one of history's greatest generals and a key ruler of the Roman empire. As a young man he rose through the administrative rank…
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