Successes of the Republic
Crossing the Rubicon
On 10 January 49 BC, leading an army, General Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River, the boundary between the Gaul province, to the north, and Italy proper, to the south, a legally-proscribed action forbidden to any army-leading general. The proscription protected the Roman Republic from a coup d'etat thus, Caesar's military action began a civil war.
he later on Expanded citizenship to more citizens outside of Rome, expanded the Senate to 900 allowing more to serve and rewarding his followers, and many more amazing achievements.
He got the attention of the Roman people returned to Rome and was named dictator for ten years. Caesar ruled with the support of the army and the poor citizens of Rome.
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