Biography Of Julius Caesar 's Life

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Greatness is best defined as an individual who has a collection of desirable and positive traits. Throughout history there have been many individuals who have been looked up to, who have had certain traits that made them famous. These leaders have shared powerful leadership skills which has resulted in fame and marked them as great in their field of expertise. All societies have been obsessed with fame. Modern society is obsessed with celebrity culture, but this is not unique to western society in the 20 first century, ancient society also had celebrity culture. One significant leader of this time period was a man named Gaius Julius Caesar, who became one of the most famous Romans of all time. Caesar’s life is full of cruel acts which is why he suffered an early assassination. Although Caesar was clearly intelligent and won many battles with his military tactics he led the Romans to commit numerous unpleasant deeds. Therefore, Caesar does not deserve all his fame because of his immortality, cruelty and lack of benefit to Rome.

To begin, Caesar’s life is full of cruel acts which is why he suffered an early assassination. Julius Caesar was born on July 13th, 100 BCE and belonged to one of the most famous families in Rome. Caesar was well educated, he learned to write and speak Greek as well as Latin. In fact, he later became an exceptional writer. Caesar also claimed to be a descendant of the goddess Venus, on his father’s side and Ancus Marcius, the forth of legendary…
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