I Came; I Saw; I Conquered: Analysis of Julius Caesar's Quote


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''I came; I saw; I conquered'' is a quote by Julius Caesar that originated in what year?

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1. Julius Caesar was a successful Roman _____.

2. ''I came; I saw; I conquered'' was a quote from Julius Caesar that was included in a letter to who?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Julius Caesar's famous message, 'I came; I saw; I conquered,' sums up the clear and resolute style of military leadership he used to control the provinces of the Roman Empire. This quiz and worksheet focus on the circumstances of this famous quote.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz helps you assess your knowledge of the following topics:

  • Caesar's military role in the Roman Empire
  • Important dates
  • Caesar's adversary referred to in the quote
  • The purpose of the quote

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access your knowledge of Julius Caesar and his words, 'I came; I saw; I conquered'
  • Interpreting Information - make sure you can review information about Caesar's quote and understand its significance
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the conflict that inspired Caesar's words

Additional Learning

To learn more, review the lesson, 'I Came; I Saw; I Conquered': Analysis of Julius Caesar's Quote. The following objectives are part of the lesson:

  • Explain the conflict that led to the Battle of Zela
  • Understand how the quote characterizes Caesar's leadership
  • Describe Caesar's role in expanding the Roman Empire