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This chapter helps students review the concepts in a Julius Caesar history unit of a standard Julius Caesar course. Topics covered include:
- Pompey and Julius Caesar
- The life and assassination of Julius Caesar
- Biographies and deaths of Marcus Licinius Crassus, Marcus Junius Brutus and Mark Antony of Rome
- The First and Second Triumvirates
- Julius Caesar's relationships with Spartacus and Cleopatra
- Family of Julius Caesar, including his parents, wife, and descendants
- Legacy of Julius Caesar
1. Marcus Junius Brutus: Biography & Overview
This lesson is a biography of the life and background of Marcus Junius Brutus, one of Julius Caesar's primary assassins and later a rebel who held all of Roman Asia under his rule.
2. Marcus Licinius Crassus: Biography & Death
This lesson will be about Marcus Licinius Crassus, better known as the third Triumvir beside Julius Caesar and Pompey the Great. Read on to survey his early career and the development of his wealth.
3. Mark Antony of Rome: Biography, Facts & Death
Explore the life and times of the Roman politician and general Mark Antony and test your understanding about the foundation of the Roman Empire and the ancient world.
4. The Death of the Republic: Julius Caesar & Pompey
This lesson explores the factors that led to the death of the Roman Republic. We start with class warfare. We then move onto the exploits of Pompey. Finally, we see how Julius Caesar delivered the death stroke to the Roman Republic.
5. Julius Caesar & the First Triumvirate
What was the First Triumvirate? More importantly, who were the men behind this Roman political force? In this lesson, you will learn about the motives and actions of Julius Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey.
6. The Second Triumvirate: Members & Overview
This essay will explain the development and uses of the second triumvirate in the aftermath of Julius Caesar's assassination, from their creation to its dissolution.
7. Who was Julius Caesar? - Life & Assassination
In this lesson we will learn who Julius Caesar was. Together, we will take a closer look at his history, his personal life and his legacy. We will analyze the improvements he made to Rome and how that may have led ultimately to his assassination.
8. Julius Caesar & Spartacus in History
Although movies show Julius Caesar and Spartacus together, there's no evidence that they ever met. But this lesson will seek to establish that in spite of their varied backgrounds, the two men had many things in common and made their mark on history.
9. Where & When Was Julius Caesar Born?
Born in Rome at the start of the last century before the common era, Julius Caesar (c. 100 BCE to 44 BCE) came into the world during a tumultuous time for the Roman Republic.
10. Julius Caesar's Early Life & Parents
You might know a lot about Caesar's accomplishments as a general and dictator of Rome, but what events in his early life helped to get him to that point? In this lesson, you'll learn the early history of Julius Caesar.
11. Julius Caesar's Personality Traits & Characteristics
The answer to the question, Who was Julius Caesar? seems pretty obvious. He was an accomplished Roman general who seized control of the Republic, but who was he as a person? In this lesson, you will learn about Caesar's personality traits and characteristics.
12. Who Was Julius Caesar's Wife?
Who was Julius Caesar's wife? Caesar actually had multiple wives, so perhaps the better question is, 'Who wasn't Julius Caesar's wife?' In this lesson, you will learn about the Roman ruler's multiple marriages and love affairs.
13. Julius Caesar & Cleopatra
Cleopatra VII Philopator (69 BCE to 31 BCE) and Gaius Julius Caesar (c. 100 BCE to 44 BCE) were perhaps the original power couple, building kingdoms and empires amidst their great love affair. But could they hold it together, or was their union doomed for failure?
14. Who Assassinated Julius Caesar?
Imagine walking into a meeting with people you consider to be your friends. Within seconds, you realize you've walked into an assassination plot, and you're the target. In this lesson, you will learn about the assassination of Julius Caesar.
15. Julius Caesar's Last Words
The last words of Julius Caesar are the stuff of legend, holding a place in popular culture more than 2,000 years after his death. But did he really say those words?
16. Julius Caesar's Legacy
Few people change the course of history, but Gaius Julius Caesar was undoubtedly one of those rare individuals. This lesson will examine the tremendous life of Caesar and how his many accomplishments create his enduring legacy.
17. Temple of Julius Caesar: History
Julius Caesar was a powerful ruler of Rome, but did you know that he was also considered a god? The Temple of Julius Caesar was built to commemorate him. In this lesson, you will learn about the history of the Temple of Julius Caesar.
18. Descendants of Julius Caesar
You probably know about Julius Caesar's spectacular military accomplishments and his epic rise and fall as the dictator of Rome, but how much do you know about his family tree? In this lesson, you will learn about the descendants of Julius Caesar.
19. Importance of Julius Caesar to History
In this lesson, you will learn about Julius Caesar and why he is such an important figure not only to Roman history, but to the history of the world as well.
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