Gaius Julius Caser Biography
Gaius Julius Caser was a well-skilled politician and Roman Republic leader who brought
great transformations such as putting an end to the Rome Republic and to the rise of the Rome
Empire. He also contributed to the expansion of the Rome Empire territories and command as
well as establishing its imperial system. Gaius Julius Caser was born on July 12th or 13th 100 BC
in Rome, Italy an area that was known as Subura (Lintott, 634-635). He was born in an
aristocratic family where it is possible to track back his bloodlines to the founding of Rome. He
is alleged to be the descendant of Trojan Prince called Aeneas. His parents were wealthy, but
according to the Rome Standards, they were not rich.
At the age of six years, Julius Caser started his education where he was taught by a
private tutor known as Marcus Antonius Gnipho where he was taught to write and read. He was
also taught to speak in public and the Roman law by the teacher which became the foundation
skill later in life as a Roman leader. The father died while he was sixteen years old and from then
he was responsible to take care of his mother and sister, Aurelia and Julia respectively. In 84 BC,
he married his first wife at the age of seventeen known as Cornelia who was the daughter of one
of the powerful politicians in Rome. Unfortunately, after having their first girl child, his wife
died at around in 69BC and in 67 BC, he married Pompeia who was a granddaughter to a dictator
in Rome called ...
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