Julius Caesar story board

Julius Caesar story board
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  • Hi my name is Julius Caesar and I will be telling you how and when I came into power.
  • It was all the way back in 58 B.C. when my armies conquered Gaul, Present day France. I became very popular and later lead my soldiers into Rome. And when I arrived I made myself dictator for life.
  • I revised the Roman calendar, gave land and grain to the poor also increased the number of people in the senate and granted citizenship to forigeners. 
  • After the Punic Wars ended, several civil wars erupted between wealthy Romans and powerful generals. also 58 B.C. was when Julius Caesar came into power.
  • On march 15th in 44 B.C. my enemies surrounded me and stabbed me to death.
  • In 58 B.C. his armies conquered Gaul, present-day France. He became wildly popular and later led his soldiers into Rome. Once there, he made himself dictator for life. 
  • After Caesar died me and the generals Anthony and Lepidus killed Caesars killers in 43 B.C.  
  • After my victory I was named imperator. 
  • Caesar made many changes. He revised the Roman calendar. He gave land and grain to the poor. He increased the number of people in the senate and granted citizenship to foreigners. Caesar however had many enemies. 
  • Tradition says Caesar ignored a warning to ''beware the ideas of March,'' March 15th. On that date in 44 B.C., Caesar's enemies surrounded him at the senate building and stabbed him to death.
  • Octavian and Anthony divided the Roman world between themselves. Octavian took the west and Anthony took the east. Anthony fell in love with an Egyptian Queen Cleopatra and formed alliance with her. Octavian told the Romans that Anthony with Cleopatras help planned to make himself ruler of the republic. It alarmed the senate then Octavian had a war with Anthony.
  • After his victory Octavian was named imperator. Octavian had the power to veto any law rule all roman provinces and to control the army. 
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