Caesar's Women - Study Guide Part I June of 68 B.C.- March 66 B.C.: Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Caesar's Women recounts Gaius Julius Caesar's path to prominence in Roman politics during June of 68 B.C. through March of 58 B.C. It is a story which explores Caesar's poltiical as well as private life.

Caesar returns to Rome after a fifteen month absence in the province of Spain. While in Spain, he serves as second in command to Governor Antistius Vetu. He forms a friendship with Lucius Cornelius Balbus Major and his nephew Balbus Minor. Balbus Major teaches Caesar all about accounting and Caesar uses this skill to fix the province's fiscal purse.

When Caesar arrives home, he is greeted by his mother Aurelia and his devoted daughter Julia. Aurelia is holding a social club meeting at the house where all of Roman's noblewomen come to...

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