Julius Caesar Unification

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Subsequently, Julius Caesar himself had hardly recorded history of forcing himself or his army upon others. In actuality, much of the trouble led to him, and many of his offerings were for signs of peacefulness and meant for unification; it was Julius who knew how to get rid of a threat if he were to be opposed on any front. Julius’s most famous unification would be the First Triumvirate, built for power, but soon falling due to death with an unrelated cause, and jealousy. “Caesar’s daughter died, and soon after did Crassus in the Battle of Carrhae. Pompey grew frightened of Caesar’s power and grew jealous, thus Pompey began to work with the senate to combat him.” (Funk & Wagnalls 1). These all contributed towards a person of great leadership,
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