Caius Julius Caesar was born around July 13, 100 B.C. and was stabbed to death in the Roman senate on March 15, 44 B.C. 

By the time he was killed he had been appointed Rome’s dictator for life and was the most powerful person in the Roman Republic. “He was a politician and statesman who eventually took supreme power in the Roman Republic and made himself a monarch in every practical respect, although he never took the name king,” wrote historian Adrian Goldsworthy in his book “Caesar: Life of a Colossus” (Yale University Press, 2006). 


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