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Julius Caesar Caesar proceeded by forced marches to the territory of the Nervii and there learnt from prisoners what was happening in Quintus Ciceros camp and how critical the position was He then induced one of his Gallic horsemen to convey a letter to Cicero which he wrote in Greek characters for fear it might be intercepted and his plans known to the enemy If he was unable to get into the camp the man was to tie the letter to the thong of a javelin and throw it in over the rampart The letter informed Cicero that Caesar was on the way with some legions and would be there shortly and told him to keep up a bold front Julius Caesar De Bello Gallico One of the most important men in Roman history said that Julius Caesar This essay will address many aspects of Caesars life from birth up to his death and also how his death was avenged This will be told through a few sources which will be mentioned later on Julius Caesar was going to be a very influential and powerful leader someday but first he had to have his beginnings Some sources say that Julius Caesar was born around the years 102 BC or 100 BC during the month of Quinctilis Quinctilis is now known as July it was named from Julius to honor him He was a descendant of a poor patrician family which had ties to the Roman Senate The Caesars regained political influence when Julius aunt married a general and consul member named Gaius Marius Some sources say Caesar was the Flamen Dialis high priest of Jupiter He would have gotten this position from either Marius or an ally named Cornelius Cinna but its not known if he actually held the position or he was just nominated for it After this a man named Sulla who was Dictator of Rome gave Caesar his chance at
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