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Richard a billows, julius caesar: the colossus of rome roman imperial biographies london/new york: routledge, 2009 pp xv, 312 6 p of plates isbn 9780415333146. The most famous ancient roman of them all was never himself emperor but julius caesar's military and political domination of rome - as popular general, consul and finally dictator - made the switch from republican to imperial government possible. Roman general and statesman julius caesar turned the roman republic into the powerful became dictator of the roman empire this led to a senatorial coup, and. Plutarch's life of caesar deals with the best known roman of them all, julius caesar, and his vivid narrative covers most of the major events of the last generation of the republic, as well as painting an insightful picture of this man who sacrificed everything for power.
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