Julius Caesar

The man that was stabbed 23 times.

Julius was born and died in Rome.

Born July 13, 100 BC, and died March 35, 44 BC. He was 56 years old when he died. Being that he was stabbed 23 times and left to die there wasn't anything that could have been done for him. Julius was killed for being a good person and helping his people. Julius bled to death, but if it wasn't for that he would have died from the pain. Today people still get stabbed but there is more they can do to help people that have been stabbed.

Fun facts

Caesar was kidnapped by pirates in his mid-20s.

Caesar had a complicated love life.

Caesar had a son with Cleopatra.

Caesar is considered the father of Leap Year.

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Time line

Julius Caesar was born in Rome, Italy on July 100, BC. While sailing to Greece for further study, Caesar was kidnapped by Sicilian pirates and held for ransom in 75 BC. Caesar was elected military tribune (note that Pompey and Crassus were the consuls for 70 BC) in 72 BC. Caesar was assassinated in Rome, Italy on March 15, 44 BC.

Key words

Mortgage (verb) - convey (a property) to a creditor as security on a loan.

Assassination (noun) - the action of assassinating (killing) someone.

Murderous (adj.) - capable of or intending to murder; dangerously violent.

Trek (noun) - a long arduous journey, especially one made on foot.

Work cited

Bragg, Georgia, and Kevin O'Malley. How They Croaked: The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous. New York: Walker, 2011.


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By: Lucas Pullins