The Life of Julius Caesar with Simon Elliott
Ancient • 20m
Historian and archaeologist Simon Elliott has written extensively on the Roman world. He answers the key questions surrounding one of history's most compelling figures - Julius Caesar. Who was Julius Caesar and what was his family history? How did military and political changes aid the rise of Julius Caesar? What did Julius Caesar do in his early career? How did Julius Caesar conquer Gaul? What were Julius Caesar's main accomplishments? Who were Julius Caesar's enemies and who assassinated him?
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