Julius Caesar was one of the world’s greatest influential people in history. Not only did he have the guts to step up to the senators of the Roman Empire and make new laws, he also set a new foundation for the Roman people. He created many new laws and lead people to see things in a different prospective. As military leader, he won a great series of battles. Buying the trust of his people and supplying his country with more money.
Both leaders are good and influential leaders from their time, but it is Alexander the Great that is better. Caesar was born into a traditional influential and respected family. It is this influence that he used to make his way to the top of the Roman leadership. His use in warfare and military conquests are legendary although he had at first concentrated in pursuing political actions. He won the first elections in his political career at the early forties.
Caesar In history it is rare to find truly great leadership, but every once in a while someone comes along so charismatic that even his enemies cannot but admire him. Rome in the first century B.C. was replete with statesmen, generals and leaders who to this day are remembered as being among the greatest and most fascinating that ever lived. But there is no doubt as to the most memorable of these. Gaius Julius Caesar lived from 100 to 44 B.C.
He was a amibious person who restored the Republic through his dictatorial leadership. Julius Caesar was an influential leader among the Roman citizens, he provided hope and a strong foundation, that lasted for ages. He was one of the most rich orators and latin prose authors, he was killed before finishing his life’s work. Because of his achievement, he is one of the few individuals who changed the course of history. He definitely changed the asspescts of the Roman Empire.
Slowly but surely throughout his lifetime he worked his way up the political ladder, eventually becoming Consul, and finally Dictator Perpeteus – Dictator for life. One of the most influential political and military leaders of all time, Caesar was also a highly intelligent man and an exceptional orator. However, acquiring this absolute power was no mean feat, and Caesar had well equipped himself through previous expeditions with all the resources necessary to gain power in Ancient Rome. One such “expedition” was Julius Caesar’s conquest of Gaul. Through Gaul, Caesar found a way to acquire power and prestige for himself within the Roman political arena.
Julius, born in July 100 BC, was a Roman general as well as a statesman. He played a critical role in the events which led to the fall of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. Julius was deemed to be one of the greatest military minds in history. The quote “I came, I saw, I conquered” is not only commonly know, but it accurately explains Julius' life. Caesars was born into a family of patricians, which was a ruling class in ancient Rome.
Julius Caesar was a trendsetter during his time and even after. Above all, Julius Caesar was the greatest military mind in history. His military power helped Rome shape into one of the greatest and most memorable civilizations in history. He had many victories, and rarely lost a battle. He had received many victories in Egypt, Pontus, Gaul, Africa, and parts in Asia Minor, there he received some of his greatest honors.
This was the start of Julius Caesar’s rise to power. From the time Julius Caesar joined the military to when he conquered Gaul and Spain to when became dictator shows and proves why he was arguable the greatest military general of all time. When Julius Caesar first joined the military, he served in the province of Asia and following that he served in Cilicia (Television). Since Caesar was part of an aristocratic family, he started out as a military assistant to a provincial governor (Julius Caesar). He proved himself an important soldier, even being awarded an honor for saving a soldier’s life in a battle.
His father had gained some fame in Rome due to being a senate. The Julli family was one of the founding families to inhabit Rome, which made them popular and one of the richest in Rome. Caesar’s aunt was married to Gaius Marius, the most powerful man in Rome at the time. Marius was the leader of a rivaling family, but the marriage to his aunt ended the rivalry. This, in return, granted more revenue to the Julii family from outside sources and gave more insight to the political world for young Julius.