Chapter 1, Gaius Julius Caesar
• The Twelve Caesars is the most in depth book ever written about the personal lives of he twelve Caesars.
• The actions of each emperor is examined, and his motives beyond politics and professionalism are revealed.
• After learning about the leaders' lives, their deaths and the events leading up to them are detailed.
• The book begins with Julius Caesar.
• Julius Caesar is nominated to the priesthood of Jupiter.
• The Dictator, Sulla, tries to make Caesar divorce his wife, Cornelia, who has born him a daughter.
• Julia is Caesar's daughter's name.
• After a few years of military service and Sulla's death, the Assembly grants Julius the rank of colonel and quickly helps undue Sulla's legislation.
• One night, Julius has a dream that he rapes his own mother.
• The soothsayers tell Julius that his dream is a sign that he will conquer the earth.
• In 62 BC Julius...
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