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 When did julius caesar cross the rubicon river&change the history of rome forever?

Answer Julius Caesar led his loyal army across the Rubicon River in 49 BC. This event marked the beginning of a civil war that would result in the institution of the Roman dictatorship and the expansion o... Read More »
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Who assassinated Julius Caesar?

Per Eyewitnesstohistory.com, 60 Roman senators coordinated and carried out the murder of this self-appointed "dictator for life" on March 15, 44 B.C. (the "Ides of March"). These politicians--direc... Read More »
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What is the theme of'Julius Caesar'?

Though it's impossible to pinpoint one topic as "the" theme of William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" without asking the author himself, some of the text's more prominent themes are almost universal... Read More »
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Did Julius Caesar have a medical history?

Julius Caesar is believed by many historians to have had a mild form of epilepsy. In various accounts, he is described as having mental lapses or body shaking. At the time, this disease was thought... Read More »
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In Julius Caesar who is The falling sickness?

The falling sickness was not a person. It was what Caesar experienced; he had epilepsy.
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