Where was Julius Caesar buried?
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 visigoths stormed the tomb and threw all the ashes of former great emperors such as Caesar, Hadrian, and Marcus Aurelius in the floors and will later become lost forever.
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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 a…rmy 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 well educated child who was good at sport.he was probably the greatest genral out af all romans.. by zehra
Julius Caesar was a dictator of the Roman Empire. He commanded theRoman armies which conquered Gaul and helped pave the road for theRoman Empire. Caesar is remembered as one …of history's greatest generals and akey ruler of the Roman empire. As a young man he rose through theadministrative ranks of the Roman republic, accumulating poweruntil he was elected consul in 59 B.C. Over the next 15 years heled Roman armies against enemies abroad, especially in Gaul, whilefighting Pompey and others for political control at home. In 43B.C. he reached his ultimate success, being named dictator of Romefor life. That rule was short-lived: the next year he was stabbedto death in the Senate by a group led by his follower Marcus JuniusBrutus. he died of 23 stab wounds all over his body. He was also ina relationship with Cleopatra in 46 B.C. When Cleopatra heard ofCaesar's death, she went off in a relationship with Marcus Antonyand also died. Julius Caesar is seen as the greatest military commander the Romans ever had. He was also a statesman, a lawyer and an author. Cesar is famous for his conquest of Gaul during the Gallic Wars he fought between 58 BC and 50 BC. He also fought the Great Roman Civil War (also known as Caesar's Civil War, 49-45 BC) against the forces of the senate which opposed him. He won all the battles of this war and during its course became the ruler of Rome. Caesar concentrated power in his hands and ruled for five years, even though constitutionally, you could be the head of the Roman Republic for one year. Caesar wanted to restore stability in a Roman Republic which was poorly equipped to deal with the weight of imperial expansion. The central government had lost control over the empire. The governors of the Roman provinces (conquered territories) behaved as if the provinces were their personal fiefs. Tax collection was entrusted top private individuals who "farmed" taxation to line their pockets. Military commanders used military violence, or the threat of it, to obtain what they wanted. Corruption was rampant. Caesar concentrated power in his hands because he wanted a strong central government which was capable of controlling the empire. He also implemented a land reform to redistribute land for farming to the poor, wrote off Â¼ of all debts, and donated money to the poor. He reformed the Roman calendar and introduced the Julian calendar, which, apart from some minor modifications introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, is the calendar we still use today. Caesar is also famous for his assassination. There were people who thought that Caesar wanted to become a tyrant and murdered him in a conspiracy. After Cesar's death there were more civil wars. The Roman Republic eventually fell and Augustus established the absolute personal rule by emperors.
Julius Caesar was a Roman general and later self-proclaimed emperor, who rose through the administrative ranks of the Roman Republic. He was assassinated by his rivals in the …Roman senate on March 15, 44 BC. Caesar is noted for accomplishments including: . Made the first Triumvirate with Pompey and Crassus . Learned from Antinous . Wrote a poem about Hercules . Published his history "The Gallic Wars" . Made the calendar that we use today
Gaius Julius Caesar is one of the first greatest generals in Roman history. HE ROCKS.
Julius Caesar was a roman genral and a leader of rome, he came from rome.
Some of the official titles he held were: Pontifex Maximus High priest of Jupiter Quaestor Military Tribune Consul He had won a civic crown (2nd highest military honour) Gove…rnor of Spain Imperator
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Julius Caesar was a Roman general and a statesman. He proclaimed he was dictator for life. He broke Roman laws and didn't care. He was murdered by his best friend Brutus in th…e Forum. Well that's a good summary.
Now Julius Caesar is dead.He was the leader of Rome. Also a general of the army. The soldiers loved him because he encouraged them to keep going. The people also liked him bec…ause he helped the poor by letting them not pay taxes, giving them food, and giving the soldiers land. To the people he was great but to political leaders he was dangerous. He was dangerous because they thought he was gaining too much power and would crown himself dictator.
He left to each Roman citizen (male) 75 drachmas (silver coins) and all his walks, his private arbors, and new-planted orchards to be recreational areas for the citizens of Ro…me. (Act III, Scene 3, lines 242-254)
Because he had a massive ego.
Julius Caesar was about 5' 4" - 5' 10"
There's this guy named Julius Caesar and he is a dictator of Rome. Some other guys think he's getting too powerful and full of himself, so they get together and kill him. They… think that killing one guy will restore the republic. But it just results in civil war and the assasins die, and a new dictator arises to replace Caesar.
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Julius Caesar was one of the most famous Romans. He was a great dictator and ruler, and he conquered much of what is present- day Rome. whoops! He conquered much of present da…y France.
Yes, Caesar, like all wealthy Romans had a will. The important points in it were that he stipulated a donative to every citizen, and adopted his grandnephew Octavian as his so…n, and made Octavian his principle heir.