Gaius Cassius Longinus

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  • The Character Of Brutus In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

    Caesar decided he was city praetor in 44 with Gaius cassias Longinus and he name Brutus and Cassius in advance as consuls for the 41. Brutus and Cato’s daughter parcia got married after her father death. In Brutus early Career he was picked to be quaestor. Now that he is quaestor, he now uses the financial magistracy of a…

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  • Compare And Contrast Julius Caesar And Malcolm X

    in Egypt when Caesar pushed him back. Julius upon his return was made dictator for life and helped reform Rome. During his time a dictator he would invite his former Roman enemies into the government. Caeser a year later was assassinated by Gaius Cassius Longinus, Decimus Junius Brutus, and Marcus Junius Brutus. Malcolm X a Civil rights activist, and Minister born on May 19, 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska. Having a rough childhood experiencing racism, and death threats, and also the death of his…

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  • Julius Caesar's Political Career

    The Life and Political Career of Julius Caesar Julius Caesar is known as one of the greatest military minds of all time, he is also given credit for laying out the foundation of the Roman Empire. Julius Caesar is thought to been have born around 100 B.C. His family was a senatorial, patrician family. His uncle was actually another famous Roman general, Marius. When he was sixteen his father Marius had past away and Julius Caesars life became quite difficult, however he turned everything…

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  • Absolute Power In Julius Caesar

    Robert Harris published a novel called Dictator, that is a description of his miserable end of the despotic monarch of Rome. I remembered It was a coincidence, but on the same day of his book published, North Korea held a stage the massive military parade in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Labor Party in 2015. There are political and social leaders who still seem to be symbols of absolute power. It continues even without changing in the world. As the power of power grows, there is a…

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  • Spartacus: A Slave Who Rebelled Against Rome

    The story of Spartacus, a slave who rebelled against Rome during the 73rd BC is one that has attracted endless fascination. Several years ago, this was the subject of myth making, today it is a movie making story that has been expressed in various different versions that try to convey the same message. In an attempt to bring a clear picture of the occurrence of events, Aldo Schiavone explores Spartacus from a more from a more historic point of view. In the historic evaluation of Italy, the Roman…

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  • Julius Caesar: The Breakdown Of The Roman Republic

    Julius Caesar was a great political leader who was the bridge from the old Roman Republic to an Empire. One of the most famous Roman Rulers of the time Julius Caesar, through his reforms and actions he brought the Roman Republic to its knees. Although Julius Caesar was an accomplished military leader, statesman and politician, his motives and actions would damage the Roman Republic. The way Julius Caesar contributed to the breakdown of the Roman republic was through his involvement in the…

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  • Compare And Contrast Lincoln And Julius Caesar

    Why were Julius Caesar and Abraham Lincoln such strong staples in history? When considered separately they seem to be two completely different individuals but, when compared side by side there is much common ground between the two. Both of these men had suffered the death of a parent at a relatively young age. Also they were assassinated after a great victory, coincidentally the pair died at the age of fifty-six years old. Their assassins were carried out by people who had disagreed with the way…

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  • Comparison Of Julius Caesar And Czar Nicholas Ll.

    wealth and these men plotted against him. On March 15, 44 BCE, Caesar was assassinated by the senators in the portico of the basilica of Pompey the Great. Among the assassins were Marcus Junius Brutus, Caesar’s second choice as heir, and Gaius Cassius Longinus, along with many others. Caesar was stabbed twenty three times and died at the base of Pompey’s statue. Julius Caesar assassination initiated the end of the Roman Republic and the beginning of the Roman…

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