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1. Caesar, Gaius Julius - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
Caesar, Gaius Julius (100–44 BC) Roman general and dictator, considered Rome's most successful military commander. He formed with Pompey the Great and Marcus Licinius Crassus (the
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3. Caesars Ermordung
Beschreibt die Situation in Rom 45 und 44 v. Chr. nach dem beendeten B rgerkrieg Das Wirken des Diktators Caesar, der republikanische Widerstand und schlie lich die Ermordung des Alleinherrschers stehen dabei im Mittelpunkt.
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Man schreibt die Iden des Monats Martius und nach dem Schriftsteller Marcus Terentius Varro das 710. Jahr seit Gründung der Stadt.
Es ist ruhig in Rom, da verbreitet sich am späten Vormittag eine unglaubliche Botschaft wie ein Lauffeuer: Der Imperator Caesar wurde ermordet! Die Bevölkerung gerät in Panik. Krawalle erschüttern die Stadt. Unschuldige werden massakriert, Häuser verwüstet. Die Senatoren verstecken sich. Die Veteranen besetzen das Forum. Es dauert Tage, bis die Senatorenschaft die Stadt wieder halbwegs beruhigen kann.
»Ich kam, sah, siegte!«
Ein Jahr zuvor hatte Caesar den Bürgerkrieg erfolgreich beendet. Scheinbar nichts stand ihm mehr im Wege, fast niemand wagte noch, ihm die Stirn zu bieten. Er war alleiniger Consul und Dictator zugleich, ebenso oberster Priester und Sittenwächter. Nun endlich - so glaubte Caesar - kam ihm die Anerkennung zu, die der Dignitas, der Ehre eines Mannes von ältestem römischem Adel und Siegers über Gallien zustand.
So feierte er bei seiner Rückkehr aus Africa vier Triumphe hintereinander für seine Siege über Gallien, Pontos, Ägypten und Africa. Ein fünfter kam im Oktober 709 a.u.c. hinzu nach seiner Rückkehr aus Spanien.

4. Caesar, Gaius Julius - Definition Of Caesar, Gaius Julius By The Free Online Dic
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Gaius Julius Caesar conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC) Caesar, Julius Caesar
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6. Julius Caesar - Einleitung
Nach einer Einf hrung, die die Zeit vom Triumvirat bis zum Ausbruch des B rgerkrieges behandelt, besch ftigt sich die Hausarbeit mit mehreren Aspekten der Alleinherrschaft des gro en R mers und Gallienbezwingers.
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1. Julius Caesar - Einleitung
Diese schriftliche Hausarbeit schließt unmittelbar an das mündliche Referat im Hauptseminar Alte Geschichte am Fachbereich Philosophie und Geschichtswissenschaft der Universität Hamburg an. Im Seminar wurde im Rahmen der Untersuchung des Untergangs der römischen Republik auch die Frage der Rolle Caesars aufgeworfen und in besagtem Referat speziell auf die Frage eingegangen, inwieweit Caesar seine diktatorische Herrschaft in eine monarchische umzuwandeln gedachte, welche konkreten Beweise für daraus entstandene Thesen zu finden sind und ob er dies überhaupt im Sinn hatte. Diese Fragestellung soll auch Hauptbestandteil dieser schriftlichen Arbeit sein, nachdem sie im Referat weder inhaltlich noch zeitlich befriedigend behandelt werden konnte.
Die Darstellung bezieht sich auf den Zeitraum des ‚Ersten Triumvirats’ bis zu Caesars Ermordung im März 44 v.Chr. und schließt den späteren Übergang von der Republik zum Prinzipat des Augustus aus. Caesars Handeln und Streben, oder auch sein Unterlassen, soll hier im Mittelpunkt stehen und nachvollzogen werden.
Die Quellenlage zu dieser speziellen Fragestellung ist als äußerst dürftig zu bezeichnen. Zwar stellen viele antike Autoren Caesars Wirken bis zur Alleinherrschaft im Rahmen einer Römischen Geschichte dar, doch zu der obigen Fragestellung ist es – wie noch gezeigt wird – äußerst schwierig, passende Antworten zu finden. Cassius Dio, Sueton und Plutarch sind hier hauptsächlich zu nennen. Die Literaturlage ist dagegen als reichlich zu bewerten. Ob dies hier allerdings eher positiv als negativ zu beurteilen ist, wird sich im Laufe der Arbeit zeigen. Im Großen und Ganzen lässt sich bei vielen Althistorikern etwas zu der Fragestellung finden, das Literaturverzeichnis stellt einige hier behandelte Werke vor.

7. Caesar, Gaius Julius Definition Of Caesar, Gaius Julius In The Free Online Encyc
Caesar, Gaius Julius . Born 102 or 100 B.C. in Rome; died there Mar. 15, 44 B.C. Roman statesman, political leader, general, and writer. Of the patrician Julian clan and
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8. The Gallic War - Caesar, Gaius Julius
Libro de Caesar, Gaius Julius Harvard University Press 9780674990807 30,10 €. Caesar left wonderfully detailed accounts of his strategies and campaigns. The eight books collected
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9. CAESAR (100 - 44 V.Chr.)
Ausf hrlich dargestellt wird in 10 Kapiteln die Geschichte der R mischen Republik von 133 v. Chr. (Volkstribunat des Gracchus) bis 44 v. Chr. (Iden des M rz), wobei schwerpunktm ig die Rolle Caesars behandelt wird.
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  • 10. Julius Caesar - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Gaius Julius Caesar (13 July 100 BC – 15 March 44 BC) was a Roman general and statesman. He played a critical role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire.
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Julius caesar Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Julius Caesar (disambiguation) Gaius Julius Caesar Consul Dictator of the Roman Republic The "Tusculum portrait", possibly the only surviving bust of Caesar made during his lifetime. Reign October 49 BC –
    15 March 44 BC (as dictator and/or consul) Full name Gaius Julius Caesar Born 13 July 100 BC Birthplace Subura , Rome Died 15 March 44 BC (aged 55) Place of death Curia of Pompey , Rome Consort Cornelia Cinna minor 84 – 68 BC
    Pompeia
    68 – 63 BC
    Calpurnia Pisonis
    59 – 44 BC Offspring Julia Caesaris 85/84 – 54 BC
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    63 BC – 14 AD (grand-nephew, posthumously adopted as Caesar's son in 44 BC) Royal House Julio-Claudian Father Gaius Julius Cæsar Mother Aurelia Cotta Gaius Julius Caesar (13 July 100 BC – 15 March 44 BC) was a Roman general and statesman . He played a critical role in the gradual transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire In 60 BC, Caesar entered into a political alliance with Crassus and Pompey that was to dominate Roman politics for several years. Their attempts to amass power for themselves through

    11. Quotations
    ATTRIBUTION Julius Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar (100–44 B.C.), Roman general, political leader, and first Roman dictator, and first Roman dictator.
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    By William Shakespeare QUOTATION : How many ages hence
    Shall this our lofty scene be acted over
    In states unborn and accents yet unknown!
    ATTRIBUTION QUOTATION : There is a tide in the affairs of men
    Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;
    Omitted, all the voyage of their life
    Is bound in shallows and in miseries.
    On such a full sea are we now afloat, And we must take the current when it serves Or lose our ventures. ATTRIBUTION QUOTATION And drawing days out, that men stand upon. ATTRIBUTION QUOTATION : Men at some time are masters of their fates, The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars

    12. Julius Caesar
    People Menu. Caesar, Gaius Julius. 100 44 B.C.E. Gaius Julius Caesar was born 12 July, 100 BC. He was an only child in a family that traced its lineage back to Iulus, the son
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    100 - 44 B.C.E. Gaius Julius Caesar was born 12 July, 100 BC. He was an only child in a family that traced its lineage back to Iulus, the son of Aeneas. Thus the Julian clan claimes descent from Venus, mother of Aeneas. Caesar had an upbringing similar to other patrician boys of the epoque. His father was often away in military service and his mother, Aurelia, was a stern Roman matron. He studied in the grammatica with such notables as Marcus and Quintus Tullius Cicero. He followed the traditional path of study in rhetoric, oratory, philosophy, literature, Greek and music. After his studies in Rome he traveled to the island of Rhodes to study with the famous orator Molo. Land ownership was a constant subject of political debate. Small farmers were unable to maintain their property and had to sell their holdings to the large conglomerates (latifundi) run by patricians. There was much heated argument about whether there should be a general redistribution of land. The concern for land reform took on new urgency when Caesar's uncle, Marius, became consul for the first time (he would be consul seven times in all). Until Marius' time, a prospective soldier had to own land and have sufficient funds to find a place in the military because he had to buy his own supplies and necessary gear. Further, when a veteran mustered out he had his own farm and occupation to return to. He would not become an out-of-work soldier, trained to fight and sufficiently skilled to start a rebellion.

    13. Gaius Caesar: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
    Gaius Julius Caesar most commonly refers to* Gaius Julius Caesar , conqueror of Gaul and Roman dictator.Others with the name include* Gaius Julius Caesar I, son of Sextus Julius
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    See also Gaius Julius Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar most commonly refers to:* Gaius Julius Caesar , conqueror of Gaul and Roman dictator.Others with the name include:* Gaius Julius Caesar I, son of Sextus Julius Caesar I...
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    Gaius Julius Caesar (20 BC - AD 4), most commonly known as Gaius Caesar or Caius Caesar , was the oldest son of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa was a Roman statesman and general. He was a close friend, son-in-law, lieutenant and defense minister to Octavian, the future emperor Caesar Augustus...
    and Julia the Elder Julia the Elder Julia the Elder , known to her contemporaries as Julia Caesaris filia or Julia Augusti filia was the daughter and only natural child of Augustus, the first emperor of the Roman Empire...
    .. He was born between 14 August and 13 September 20 BC or according to other sources in 23 September 20 BC with the name Gaius Vipsanius Agrippa , but when he was adopted by his maternal grandfather Roman Emperor Roman Emperor The Roman Emperor was the ruler of the Roman State during the imperial period . The Romans had no single term for the office: Latin titles such as imperator , augustus, caesar and princeps were all associated with it...

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    100? B.C.- 44 B.C.
    Political Leader, Roman General, Lover of the People
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    Gaius Julius Caesar (100? -44 B.C.) was born to a patrician family in Rome. At age 17, he married Cornelia, the daughter of Lucius Cornelius Cinna. Caesar and Cornelia had a daughter, Julia. Sadly, however, in 68 B.C. Cornelia died. In 65 B.C., Caesar became increasingly interested in public affairs and tried to gain favor with the people. When he was elected to the office of aedile, he went deeply into debt trying to provide recreational activities for the people. In 62 B.C. he was elected to praetor, which is second to consul, the highest position in Rome. In 60 B.C. Caesar allied himself with Marcus Licinius Crassus and Gnaeus Pompey in the First Triumvirate, a very powerful alliance in Rome. Through violent and under-handed means the alliance succeeded in having Caesar elected to consul in 59 B.C. Caesar also tried to pass laws to give more power to the Triumvirate. Later that year Caesar married Calpumia, daughter of Lucius Piso and Pompey married Caesar's daughter Julia.
    Hungry for more power, Caesar raised an army of 50,000 men and began conquering Gaul (France). Throughout the entire nine-year campaign he was defeated only twice, which showed his military genius. He also conquered land east of the Rhine River and marched into the Rhine to drive out the Germans. He successfully invaded Britain twice, in 55 and 54 B.C. as well.

    15. Julius Caesar - Definition Of Julius Caesar By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesa
    Julius Caesar conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC) Caesar, Gaius Julius Caesar. Translations. Julius Caesar. n → Julius Caesar m
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    Caesar, Gaius Julius (100–44 BC) Roman general and dictator, considered Rome's most successful military commander. He formed with Pompey the Great and Marcus Licinius Crassus
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    18. Caesar, Gaius Julius - Cosmeo
    SPAN CLASSscbcSPAN Roman general and statesman who laid the foundations of the Roman imperial system.
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    19. Caesar Essay
    An essay or paper on Caesar. Gaius Julius Caesar was an extremely powerful politician and a brilliant general. He also gained the respect as a good leader and was appointed
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    Caesar
    Gaius Julius Caesar was an extremely powerful politician and a brilliant
    general. He also gained the respect as a good leader and was appointed
    dictator of Rome. Caesar helped Rome and the present day world become
    what it is today by his great leadership qualities.
    Caesar was born on July 13, 100 BC. Legend has it that Caesar was born
    threw an incision in his mothers stomach, that is how the term Caesarean
    Section originated (Isenberg, pg 11). Caesars father was also named Gaius
    Julius Caesar
    as was his father. Caesar mother name was Aurelia which was
    connected with the prominent Aurelii family (Ward, pg 1). Caesar had three
    names because he was the eldest son. His personal name is Gaius, his second name is the name of his family's clan (Julius), and his third name is the family name (Caesar), which means "hairy." Caesar was introduced into politics at a very young age. Almost everyone in Caesars family had a position in the senate or held a political office. When Caesar was twelve, he went to the Curia which is the Senate

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