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Julius Caesar By Jaskirat and Harnoor As an aristocrat, young Julius Caesar received a good education as a child. He learned Greek and Latin, philosophy, and most importantly, rhetoric the art of persuasive argument. When Julius was only twelve, he was taken to the senate to hear the speeches and debates and to watch the politicians at work. Pompey feared Julius’ rising power and popularity, and ordered him to Rome without his army. On Jan 10, 49 BC, he defied Pompey’s orders, crossed the Rubicon River and marched into Rome. Pompey fled Rome and Julius’ armies, defeated Pompey’s forces throughout the Roman Empire. In 49 BC he returned to Rome where her has the support of the army and the masses. The same year the Roman Senate appointed Julius dictator for life. Caesar was • one of the most successful military leaders in all of history • accomplished political leader leader of numerous successful military campaigns • was responsible for an expanding roman empire • he reformed the government of Rome and created the framework for history’s greatest empire. His greatest qualities were • Decisiveness • Boldness • Eagerness • Motivation • Opportunism • strategic planning Julius Caesar passed away on March 15, 44 BC .