TITLE: The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Author: William Shakespeare
Overview of The Tragedy Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar (full name – Gaio Julio Kaiser; Latin: CAIVS IVLIVS CAESAR, pronunciation: (ɡaː.i.us juːli.us kaɪsar). Ancient Greek Καίσαρ, Kaiser; born on 13 July 101 or 100 BC – Romm – Death 15 March 44 BC) was a commander and dictator of the Roman Empire. Besides, his writings in the Latin language also demand the mention of prose literature.
At the end of 49 BC, Julius Caesar was the dictator of Rome. From 47 BC to 46 years ago. Ten years in charge and 44 years ago, as an infinite dictatorship. Some historians were considered by the first emperor of Rome
With the victory of Galileans, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Rhine, the race expanded the rule of the Roman people. For the first time. The Roman armies took the war to attack Britain and Germany and also fought Spain, Greece, Africa, Egypt, and Puente. Hope you enjoy The Tragedy Julius Caesar by Shakespeare.