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  • Tiffiney

    1 to 4 Year Latin Track for Middle School, High School, and Adults

  • Erika Minchey

    Julius of the great military leaders in history.

  • Fiona

    This is the best person in Rome's history, Ceasar....

  • ☜☆☞ Ŝãmîã (° ͜ʖ ͡°) Šälêêm ☜☆☞

    Caesar, also known as Augustus, became the first emperor of the Roman Empire and ruled from 27 BC until his assassination in 14 AD. His rule established an era of unfamiliar peace and quiet, known as the Pax Romana, a feat that had never before been accomplished. Caesar managed to acquire total power but he didn’t have to use any false promises and lies like rulers before him.

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