Caesar's Women - Part VI May of 60 B.C.- March of 58 B.C.: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part VI May of 60 B.C.- March of 58 B.C.: Chapter 3 Summary

For a large sum of money, Caesar agrees to put forth legislation granting King Ptolemy Philopator Philadelphus tenure over the Egyptian throne and Roman Friend and Ally status. With the help of Crassus and Pompey, Caesar controls the Assembly. Caesar's tribune Vatinius not only puts forth Caesar's name as proconsul over Italian Gaul and Illyricum but also mandates that the Senate not be able to change any of the Assembly's legislation. The triumvirate's plebeians speak in favor of the motion, leaving the boni completely perplexed. They cannot understand why no one will speak out against it. As a result, Caesar' second land act, his consulship of the Italian Gaul provinces, King Ptoloemy tenure over Egypt, and the Roman Friend and Ally status successfully pass. With...

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