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The Assassination of Julius Caesar Extra Credit Report Julius Caesar 100 44 BC was a very gifted and also a motivated leader He was appointed dictator of Rome for ten years after he defeated the Senates forces Some of the senators such as Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassuis who he had previously been pardoned feared that Julius Caesar aimed to establish a monarchy over Rome with himself as the absolute ruler king The Romans despised the word king because it went against their belief of being free citizens of a century old republic Julius Caesars life came to an end on March 15 44 BC when about sixty senators attacked and beat him to death Cicero who was not one of the assassins believes the The tyrant deserved his death for having made an exception of the one thing that was the blackest crime of all He does not only call Caesar a tyrant but also in his writing called On Duties he calls him a madman He feels that a man who has the objective of being King of the Roman people and master of the world has to be an insane man He thought it was not morally correct for a Roman person to be an absolute leader of his own people On the other hand a man by the name of Dio Cassius feels that Caesar did many good things while he was alive Dio Cassius also thinks that Caesar is not blameless for his own death He says that Caesars killers thought that they did a positive thing when they murdered Caesar however they put the city into an uproar after it finally had stabilized their government Dio Cassius also compares Democracy and Monarchy in this passage on page 127 of the sourcebook He says that Democracy has a fair-appearing name and conveys the impression of bringing equal rights to all through equal laws and that Monarchy on
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