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    Julius Caesar made government announcements, in metal or stone, in Ancient Rome.

  • Michael Doan

    46. Julius Caesar- a Roman general and statesman and a distinguished writer of Latin prose. He played a critical role in the events that led to the end of the Roman Republic and the creation of the Roman Empire.

  • J. E. Bruce

    Bust of Gaius Julius Caesar in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.

  • Winston Akins

    Gaius Julius Caesar was a Roman general, Consul, and eventual dictator-for-life of the Roman Republic. He is often considered one of the greatest military leaders in history, and was assassinated by his senators in 44 BC.

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