NATS Julius Caesar's Consolidation Of Power History Essay Help

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Julius Caesar lived from c. 100 BC- 44 BC. He was known as both an excellent general and politician. He ruled Rome from 46 - 44 BC. and although this was a short time, he made his mark on history and his actions would lead to the end of the Roman Republic and the start of the Roman Empire.

Answer the following in 500 words and include a reference list and citations:

Select ONE Of the following questions:

1. Trace Caesar’s consolidation of power and his eventual appointment as dictator for life.

2. Explain the important contributions that Caesar made to Rome, particularly his expansion of Roman citizenship. Define and explain the importance of citizenship.

3. Summarize the transition from Republic to Empire with the emergence of Augustus.

Instructions:

1. Review the Learning Activity and Study Tools in Module Three.

2.Write a short answer assignment of at least 500 words.

3. Includes at least one secondary and one primary source. not including the lecture videos. Review the links in the Learning Activity to find appropriate sources. You can also research through the library.

4. Plagiarism is not tolerated and assignments will be evaluated through a plagiarism tool.

5. Please use APA Writing Style. See the Research Toolkit for more information.


****Like the instructions says NO PLAGIARISM******

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Julius Caesar Outline
Introduction


Julius Caesar’s background

Factors that led to Caesar’s governorship position in Spain


Caesar’s appointment

Formation of the triumvirate


Association between Pompey, Caesar, and Crassus

Collapse of the triumvirate


Death of Crassus, and split of Caesar and Pompey

Civil wars


The battle of Pharsalus

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Running head: CONSOLIDATION OF POWER

Julius Caesar's Consolidation of Power
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CONSOLIDATION OF POWER
Julius Caesar's Consolidation of Power
Julius Caesar, the most famous leader of the prehistoric period, was known for his rule
and conversion of Rome from a republic into an empire. He was born on 12 July 100 BC to his
father Gaius, a praetor, and Aurelia Cotta, his mother, who was of noble birth. Although he was
born in a noble f...

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