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Julius Caesar Fun Facts

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Julius Caesar was born into the "gens Julia," which was a Roman clan that claimed to have been started centuries prior by a son of the mythological hero Aeneas.
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While campaigning in Egypt, Julius Caesar had an affair with Cleopatra and fathered a son named Ptolemy XV Caesar, who was the last pharaoh of the Ptolemaic dynasty.
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Julius Caesar worked with an astronomer named Sosigenes to create the Julian Calendar, which improved accuracy by adding a leap year.
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Prior to Julius Caesar, no Roman politician had ordered the minting of denarii coins in his own image. These silver coins are now worth thousands as collector's items.
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According to the Roman historian Suetonius, Julius Caesar said, "The die is cast," as his legion of soldiers crossed the river toward the city of Rome itself.
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After seeing a bust of Alexander while in Spain, Julius Caesar became so ambitious that he set out to win several wars and become ruler of Rome.
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Julius Caesar was held for ransom after pirates kidnapped him on the Aegean Sea. Caesar insisted the pirates ask for a larger ransom, then he later returned and hunted them all down.
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Julius Caesar defeated Pharnaces II in a five-day campaign that ended in the Battle of Zela, which Caesar won despite being outnumbered by approximately 5,000 soldiers.
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Augustus was first known as "Octavian" and was Julius Caesar's great-nephew on his mother's side.
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Over 60 senators conspired to murder Julius Caesar, including his former friend Marcus Junius Brutus. It is not certain if Caesar directly addressed Brutus as he was being killed.

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