Commemorative Stamps of Julius Caesar

10 Mar 2021  Wed

Julius Caesar was a renowned general, politician, and scholar in the history of ancient Rome. He conquered the vast part of the region of Gaul and helped initiate the end of the Roman Republic when he became dictator of the Roman Empire.

Julius Caesar was born in Rome around 100 B.C into the prestigious Julian clan. His family was closely connected with the Marian Fraction in Roman Politics. Due to his adorable skills, he quickly rose in the rank of Roman Government. But, despite his brilliant military prowess, political skills, and his popularity with Rome’s lower- and middle-class, his rule was cut short when opponents — threatened by his rising power — brutally assassinated him.

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