Julius Caesar Timeline

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Create a timeline of the tragic life and death of Julius Caesar!

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  • Formed First Triumvirate (60 BCE)
  • Crosses the Rubicon (49 BCE)
  • Born (100 BCE)
  • The triumvirate was an alliance between Crassus and Pompey. Together they ruled Rome, and their policies favored Caesar.
  • Julius Caesar
  • Elected Pontifex Maximus (63 BCE)
  • Elected Consul (59 BCE)
  • During his time as Consul, Caesar conquered Gaul.
  • Julius was the chief high priest in the Collegium Pontificum.
  • Caesar's enemy, Pompey, viewed the crossing of the Rubicon as a threat. The act helped facilitate the Roman Civil War.
  • Assassinated (44 BCE)
  • The senators assassinated Julius Caesar to keep him from becoming too powerful. Two years later, he was named the Divine Julius.
  • Becomes Dictator for Life (45 BCE)
  • The Senate declared Caesar Dictator Perpetuus. During his reign, Caesar reformed the tax system and changed the calendar, among other changes.
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