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Julius Caesar's Personality Was What Killed Him
Julius Caesar is a man determined to be the king of the Roman State. He sees himself as a great man, better than others. He’s very ambitious and considers himself godlike. He is also superstitious to an extent. This personality is what I think gets him killed in the end.
The story begins in February 44 BC. He reentered Rome after winning a victory in Spain. He was greeted by many Commoners and friends. Everyone hailed the great Caesar. However, there were two men, Flavius and Marullus who did not celebrate. They were nobles wi....