Caesar's Women Characters

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Gaius Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar is the main character of this novel. He is intelligent, charming, ruthless, and meticulous. He is a thinker and is very disciplined with his emotions. Born into a an patrician family known as the Junii, Caesar knows he is destined for greatness. He grows up in Subura an area mainly filled with foreigners, Jews, and lowly Romans. As a child, he forges a friendship with Lucius Decumius, who introduces Caesar to the everyday Romans. As a result, almost everyone in Rome regardless of status knows and loves Caesar. Unlike most Romans of his class, Caesar does not discriminate. He values a man's abilities instead of his ancestry. Regardless of class and race, he will form alliances with individuals that can serve is ultimate goal of becoming Rome's greatest First Man.

At the age of twenty, he wins the Civic Crown for his outstanding...

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