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Essay | The Power of Julius Caesar

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The Power of Julius Caesar

Summary: A brief description of the life of Julius Caesar and the power he obtained as a ruler.
For Gaius Julius Caesar, every action was motivated by political calculation. Caesar's unquenchable thirst for power and political progress was the major cause for the fall of the great Roman Republic. The downfall of the First Triumvirate and the subsequent hostility between Pompey and Caesar which led to Civil War was the most influential factor in regards to the demise of the Roman Republic.

"A realist by his fingertips, not led astray by ideals or ideologies. He was not afraid to temporarily grovel..." (Cicero)

From the onset of the young patrician's life, he was deeply immersed in the political going-ons of Rome and from a young age was given a priesthood and even as a teenager showed astute political intelligence and potential by changing his arranged marriage from a rich equestrian woman but with no political background to a young lady by the name of...

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