In 84BCE, Caesars social standing became stronger as he married the daughter of a consul- Cornelia.
In 65BCE, Caesar organised magnificent games for people. This left him in debt for a few years.
In 63BCE, Caesar was a praetor, aiming to become a consul.
In 59BCE, Crassus and Pompey (the two most powerful men in Rome) helped Caesar became consul. Crassus was rich and could help Caesar pay of his dept from the games and Pompey had powers given to him by the senate. In return Caesar would provide Pompey with land for his soldiers.
In 48BCE, (a couple of years after Cornelia's death) Caesar fell in love with Cleopatra.
On the 16th of March in 44BCE, Caesar was assassinated by a group of senators.
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