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What did Julius Caesar accomplish?

Julius Caesar's main accomplishment was enlarging the Roman empire by his military conquests in Gaul. He was also the only man in Roman history to have been made a perpetual d (MORE)

What was Julius Caesar?

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 (MORE)

What does Julius Caesar do?

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 (MORE)

Why was Julius Caesar called dictator?

Gaius Julius Caesar[2] (Classical Latin: [ˈɡaː.i.ʊs ˈjuː.lɪ.ʊs  ˈkaj.sar],[3] July 100  BC[4] - 15 March 44  BC)[5] was a Roman general, statesman, Consul, and  n (MORE)

What do Julius Caesar and Caesar Augustus have in common?

1: Bloodline; Augustus was Julius's great nephew whom he adopted as his heir. 2: Rule; They were both generals in the army before being raised to a ruling status. Also they bo (MORE)

How did Julius Caesar become Caesar?

He didn't become Caesar - it was his father's name and means  hariy, or a fine head of hair. It was a joke name as the family had  inherited baldness (Romans did have a sens (MORE)

What is julius Caesar?

Julius Caesar is a man who was in the First Triumvirate of Rome. He also was the first dictator of Rome. A correction here. Julius Caesar was not the first dictator of Rome. T (MORE)