Early life and work of Julius Caesar

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Early life and work of Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar was born in an ancient family of Roman supervisors who, during his adolescence, lived in the era of deprivation (the denial of the protection of the law) imposed by his father’s brother Marius. He also lived under the dictatorship of Sola and the early Pompey era.

In the neighborhood of Saboura – a neighborhood of the old-fashioned, and from the neighborhoods where there are many shops, bars and brothels. In this house Caesar was born in 100 BC. He was born as a result of surgery which was the reason for his first name. Julius Caesar was a student of science since his childhood, where he studied Greece in many sciences. Greece was the center of science at the time, and the children of Rome’s wealthy sent her to learn, then to step down in political work or the like. Caesar joined the political arena from its beginnings, where the family of Caesar was traditionally hostile to minority rule represented by a group of noble members of the Senate.

Caesar came to follow this tradition. Sulla was jailed for a short time but managed to maintain good relations with the nobles for 10 years after his release. He was even chosen as a new fellow at the College of Pastors in 73 BC. He joined the ranks of the Roman army as an officer and accountant of the Romanian government until he led his special army, known as the most disciplined Roman army. Caesar stood by Pompey in favor of him explicitly in 71 BC. Caesar, Pompey and Crassus became the first tripartite government.

Ethics and Politics

He was an aristocratic young man who was not afraid of apostasy and was not morally wrong to commit any sin. He came down from his lofty rank, as did Catalin and Caesar, to lead the public in their struggle against the rich. He wanted to have the right to choose us. He persuaded one of the poor families to adopt him. He wanted to redistribute the wealth that had accumulated in the hands of some classes in Rome, And to destroy Cicero

Many witnesses testified that Claudius was in touch with Claudia and that his sister, Tercia, had married his sister, Lucas. Claudius protested that he had been absent from Rome on the day that the alleged accusation was attributed to him, but Cicero testified that Claudius was with him in Rome On that same day.

The people thought that the whole matter was a conspiracy by the Senate to eliminate a leader of his leaders, and demanded his innocence of the charge against him. In the interest of Claudius, a number of judges – at the instigation of a Caesar – bribed Caesar, and for the first time, the extremists were able to provide more money than the conservatives and to absolve Claudius. Caesar did not invite this opportunity to slip away from his hand, replacing the wife of the conservative sons of a sheik who support the cause of the people. Caesar was barely resigning until some conservatives proposed repealing all legislation he had issued.

He did not conceal his opinion in these “Julian laws” and asked to be removed from the records of Romanian laws. The Senate hesitated to respond to this frank challenge to Caesar and the Roman legions, and to Claudius who controlled the Tribune

Claudius wanted to be more than to appease the public and took the distribution of the grain of non-price to all who request it, and approved the Assembly at his request draft laws prohibiting the rejection of legislative actions on the basis of religious arguments and make the formation of trade union bodies of legitimate rights and the Senate had tried before resolving . He reorganized these bodies and gave them the right to vote together, thus winning their allegiance and loyalty to him.

Concerned that after his term in office, Cato and Cicero would have tried to abolish Caesar’s actions, he persuaded the Assembly to appoint Kato as Romania’s representative in Cyprus and to issue a decision to deport anyone who caused the death of any Romanian citizen without the approval of the Assembly, As required by the laws of the State. Cicero saw that he meant this law, so he fled to the country of Greece, where the cities and the big figures competed in honoring and honoring the provider. The Assembly’s response to the decision was to confiscate the property of Cicero and to demolish its home on the Palatine Platinum Hill. It was fortunate Cicero that Claudius was overwhelmed by the victory, he took to attack Bambi and Caesar, and trying to monopolize the leadership of the people. Bembi’s answer to Claudius’ plans was to support the request by Countess

The military campaigns of Julius Caesar

During the nine years that followed were busy Caesar led his campaigns in different parts of the world included the expansion of the influence of Rome to each of the country گal (France), Syria, Egypt and others, where most of his campaigns successful in a dramatic end when he was appointed governor of Spain distant to be elected consul. He was the ruler of the Gaul, a task he occupied for nine years during which he left Pompey and Crassus to protect his interests in Rome.

But there were many differences between them at this time made them meet in Lucca in 56 BC. In an attempt to resolve those differences. Pompey was appointed as the sole Consul in 52 BC. After the death of Crassus, which resulted in civil war and the defeat of the Pompey Army in Spain in 45 BC. Then returned Caesar than to Rome to be its absolute dictator.

Caesar began his political life by secretly allied with Catelin and concluded by bringing life back to Rome.

Caesar Costra was chosen in 68 BC. , And sent to work in Spain, where he led the military campaigns that went to discipline the national tribes, Vhbb cities, and looting of funds was unable to make some of his debt. However, at the same time, these cities were able to reduce the benefits of their loans from the Roman financiers. When he came to the city of Gaddis and saw a statue of Alexander the Great, he blamed himself for not working as little as the age when the Macedonian boy Average.

He then returned to Rome and rushed into the current struggle for office and power. Edela was chosen as a supervisor of public buildings in 65 BC. , And spent his money any funds of the Crown – to decorate the public market, including the building of new buildings and columns; and took to the public to spend what was spent on the Games.

Caesar entered the city and ran the electoral battle with the skill and skill of his opponents’ inability to resist. His success was due to his skill in bringing Pompey to the cause of freedom. Pompey had just returned from the lands of the East after a series of glorious military and political acts. He cleansed the sea of pirates, secured trade routes in the Mediterranean, and restored prosperity to the cities whose prosperity depended on the trade.

Established thirty-nine new cities and recognized the rule of law, order, and peace. In short, before that time, he had followed the course of the wise politician and the able ruler, and that his course returned to the country with abundant money. When he returned to Rome, he carried a great wealth of taxes, abscesses, goods that he had plundered in his wars, and the money that slaves were redeemed or sold, Thus enabling the state treasury to be built

 

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