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Julius Caesar was one of the first kings and dictators ever to rule Ancient Rome. He was a ruler who wanted nothing but power and he had the hunger for the conquest of other civilizations and to make Rome the greatest.
Caesar also intended to have all of the people of the empire to support him, along with the government.
Julius Caesar was a very strict commander. He urged his massive empire to be the best and conquer the world. He once intended to travel and conquer Germany, but a massive river postponed their travels. So in order to succeed, Caesar had his troops build a massivbridge across the river. The bridge ended up being 4 football fields long, and it only took his troops ten days.
At one point, the senate had ordered that Caesar had to give up his power and command, but Caesar disobeyed the senate's orders. Because of Caesar's disobedience, the senate had been talking together about ways to end Caesar's rule time as ruler, and eventually, word of assassination came up. After careful consideration, the senate and most of the empire was sure about the plan. Caesar was stabbed 27 times on the senate floor on March 15, 44 BC.
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