Gaius Julius Caesar


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conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)

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His real name was Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus.
If you are interested in The Commentaries by Gaius Julius Caesar or are a history buff, you'll thoroughly enjoy this series by John Timbers, a consummate writer and historian.
If you thought the Bush administration was rife with political maneuvering, its pols have nothing on Gaius Julius Caesar (Ciaran Hinds) and the Roman senate 52 B.C.
Fue en la epoca del emperador romano Gaius Julius Caesar cuando se introdujo en el ano 45 a.C.
The story opens in 52BC and Gaius Julius Caesar is eager to return to Rome after eight years of war.
The reputation of her Roman counterpart Venus (originally the goddess of Spring) was better so that even Gaius Julius Caesar proudly named her as a "divine ancestor." In astrology, Venus is qualified as being female, beneficial, warm, moist, fruitful and negative.
First, she prefaced her article with a recently debunked piece of Internet hoax, the ersatz "quote" for Gaius Julius Caesar. Anybody who has studied him would know that Caesar referred to himself in the third person, so the first person references should have made it suspect from the beginning.
The Roman statesman Gaius Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.) admired the Egyptian solar calendar, however, and brought in a Greek astronomer, Sosigenes (1st century B.C.), to work out a version of that calendar for use at Rome.
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