The Irish were based in Lugdunum, the capital of France which would later be known as Gaul. It was here that Julius Caesar first started his diary De Bello Gallico (The Bells of Gaul).
His big break came in the spring of 44BC. He was in a tent preparing for peace talks with the Gauls with the General Menander when he died from a terminal heart attack... displayed 300 characters
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The Gallic chief Asterix was due at any moment. Without any thought for personal safety Julius Caesar sat in the chair previously occupied by Menander and ordered the legionaries to quickly bury Menander’s cremated remains under the conference table before Asterix arrived. He then negotiated with Asterix surrendering the whole of southern France to the Gauls... displayed next 300 characters
The ability to make things happen by words alone is the most powerful type of authority. It is shown the Caesar has that type of power when he says " Do this,' it is performed," says Antony, who attaches a similar weight to Octavius's words toward the end of the play (I...
In the beginning of the play, Cassius uses his sly tongue, and wit, to manipulate Brutus to join the conspiracy to kill Julius Caesar. For example, Cassius states, in an attempt to incite Brutus against Caesar, "Ye gods, it doth amaze me, a man of such feeble temper should bear the palm alone!"...
In Act I, Scene 2 of Julius Caesar, a Soothsayer calls out from the crowd to Julius Caesar, warning him to "Beware of the Ides of March!" (Line 21). Caesar asks the Soothsayer to come forward and repeat the warning again and decides, "He is a dreamer, let us leave him" (Line 29)...
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