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Gaius Julius Caesar

Born: 100 BC - Died: 44 BC
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Death Summary: He was brutally killed by several men in a fake senate meeting specially organized to kill him. The conspirators were led by Marcus Junius Brutus and Caius Cassius. He died of several dagger wounds.

Who was Gaius Julius Caesar : Emperor of Rome.
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  1. Gay Ass Cunter Says:

    Lol He got pwnt by his buds

  2. threeman3 Says:

    hahahahahahaaaahaaahaahhhhhahaha…he died

  3. likin Says:

    i killed you in my 2nd life now im in my 453 life hahah u bastard

  4. emmy Says:

    rome needed you

  5. gaius Says:

    Imperator (Victorious General) is the story of Julius Caesar’s youth before he appears in the historical record. The reader witnesses the collapse of the four centuries old Roman Republic that ruled the World but could not govern its self, through the eyes of young Caesar. It’s a young adult, action/adventure/ political intrigue story where the reader is intimately introduced to the personalities that shaped the modern world we live in. The great events and great personalities are reborn as flesh and blood people struggling with the day to day decisions that would resonate through the millennia. “Imperator” details the political struggles, the lust for power and the ideological fight to preserve Rome by a small group of pragmatic reformers that would result in Civil War on an epic scale time and time again.

  6. Hans van Poelgeest Says:

    smart and genius or unlucky and unfortunat, this man orgistrated his own dead.. arrogant or just stupid. A fact many rulers wish to be a ceasar or caiser or tsar etc..

  7. mary argo Says:

    so sor5ry to hear of your being killed.only cowards attack a man who is unarmed,sothats what you get for paroning these crapholes,never turn your back on your enemies rome was beyyer with you rest in peace julius.

  8. mario boulet Says:

    Remember when I warned you about Brutus?
    And your answer was: Yeah, whatever..

  9. Monic Says:

    Happy Leap Day! One interesting Leap Day lgened goes back to the 5th Century when an Irish nun St Brigid of Kildare asked St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, to allow women to propose marriage after hearing complaints from single women whose boyfriends were slow at proposing. At first he granted the women the right to propose once every seven years, but at Brigid’s insistence, he allowed proposals every leap day.The tale suggests that St. Brigid at that instant dropped to one knee and proposed to St. Patrick, but he refused, kissing her on the cheek and offering her a silk gown in exchange. The Irish tradition therefore dictates that any man who refuses a woman’s leap-day proposal must give her a silk gown. Even though St. Brigid would of been just 9 or 10 years old when St. Patrick died in 461 A.D making this lgened implausible, it’s an interesting fact nonetheless. I have no idea what color the silk gown had to be, but for me make it black. Always bet on black!

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