Gaius Julius Caesar â€“ Emperor of Rome ObituaryPaper Rating: Word Count: 604 Approx Pages: 2
The greatest warrior and emperor of Rome, Gaius Julius Caesar, died today, March 15th BCE, at about 10:00 a.m. Roman time, in the portico of the "Pompey the Great theater. He was stabbed twenty-three times by at least sixty conspirators lead by Marcus Junius Brutus. It is being reported that Caesar said in Greek to Brutus "You, too, my child? All the senators fled after his death. Three slaves carried his dead body to his home in Calpurnia, several hours later.
Last year in February 44 BCE, Caesar became the dictator perpetuus, the supreme dictator of life. Caesar was preparing to lead a conquest against the Parthians, but, today his end in life has come.
Julius Caesar was born to Aurelia and Gaius Julius Ceasar, on the 13th day of Quintilis 100 BCE. From his early, he was very enthusiastic to learn the art of war and his quick wits helped him to mas