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Julius Caesar

  • 144

    Ceasars Death

    Ceasars Death
    At the last senate meetig before his scheduled departure Ceasar was stabbed 23 times by daggers.
  • 144

    "Dictator Perpetuus"

    Ceasar wore his purple garb in public for the first time while being named "dictator perpetuus."
  • 147

    Defeated the Egyptian army.

    Defeated the Egyptian army.
    When in Alexandria, Ceasar reciveved his wifes head on a platter and said she had betrayed them. This made Ceasar want revenge.
    47BC
  • 147

    Cleopatra named ruler

    Cleopatra named ruler
    Ceasar establishes Cleopatra as a client ruler in alliance with Rome.
    47 BC
  • 154

    Ceasars daughter dies

    Ceasars daughter dies
    Julia dies giving birth to her child.(date not exact)
    54BC
  • 158

    Ceasar left Rome

    Ceasar left Rome
    Ceaser left Rome and would not return for 9 years until he had conquered most of Central Europe.(date not exact)
    58 B.C.
  • 168

    2nd Marriage

    2nd Marriage
    Julius Ceasar was elected questar and obtained a seat in the Senate. All of this was at the same time he married Pompeia.
  • 172

    Elected military Tribune

    Elected military Tribune
    72 B.C. (date not exact)
  • 174

    Captured by Pirates

    Captured by Pirates
    Julius Casar was captured by Cilician pirates, who infested the Mediterranean sea. The Romans had never sent a navy against them, because the pirates offered the Roman senators slaves, which they needed for their plantations in Italy. 74 B.C.
  • 179

    Awarded Civic Crown

    He was awarded this crown fro saving a civilian life in battle; rumor has it he only got it because he slept with the king who was homosexual.(Date not exact) 79 BC
  • 185

    Marries daughter of L. Cornelius Cinna

    Marries daughter of L. Cornelius Cinna
    Married Cornelia at age 18 who was the daughter of a high political figure. At that time. (Date Not Exact) 85 B.C.
  • Julius Ceasar Birth

    Caesar was born in Rome to a well-known patrician family, which supposedly traced its ancestry to Julus, the son of the Trojan prince Aeneas. 102 BC