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The Death of Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar was, probably, a central figure of the last years of Roman republic. He was great orator, politician and general. He always had to be the first and was totally ruthless in pursuit of his goals and ambitions. He was loved by a lot of Romans, especially by lower class, and a lot of people recognized him as a human god. On 15th of March, 44 B.C. he was called to the Theatre of Pompey to discuss the preparations for the war against Parthia, and was killed by a group of 23 senators which pulled out knifes from under their togas stabbed him to death 1 time each. But was his death g…
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