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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 Maru....