Julius Caesar Summary
William Shakespeare

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Julius Caesar Overview

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare examines the rise and fall of Julius Caesar. Caesar’s skill on the battlefield propels the Roman Empire to great heights, but not everyone is pleased with his results. Brutus and Cassius become worried about his rise to power and start to plot his assassination while recruiting help from their peers. Despite several warnings, Caesar is assassinated leaving Mark Antony, Caesar’s friend, to seek revenge on the conspirators, which results in a battle to the death.

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1,750 words, approx. 6 pages
Caesar and the Gauls Overview Julius Caesar's military expeditions to Gaul in the first century B.C. marked a dramatic turning point in the history of continental Europe. After Caesar's ... Read more
1,261 words, approx. 5 pages
Gaius Julius Caesar 102 B.C.-44 B.C. Roman General and Statesman Without a doubt the most significant figure in the history of Rome, Julius Caesar paved the way both for the end of the republic and th... Read more
3,808 words, approx. 13 pages
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare Born in England in 1564, William Shakespeare wrote Julius Caesar in 1599. The play follows events that actually took place in ancient Rome in the first century ... Read more

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