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Julius Caesar
(-100 - -44)

-0044 Ides of March, assassinated on 15 March
-0045 Declared dictator for life
-0048 Pompey murdered
-0049 Crosses the Rubicon - Civil War begins
-0052 Clodius murdered; Caesar defeats Vercingetorix
-0054 His daughter Julia, Pompey's wife, dies
-0055 Crosses the Rhine; Invades Britain
-0058 Defeats Helvetii and Germans
-0059 Consul. Marries Calpurnia
-0060 Becomes Consul and forms the Triumvirate
-0061 Governor of Further Spain
-0062 Divorces Pompeia
-0063 Elected Pontifex Maximus
-0065 Elected Aedile
-0067 Marries Pompeia, a granddaughter of Sulla
-0069 Cornelia dies, Caesar elected quaestor
-0073 Elected Pontifex
-0075 Travels to Rhodes for philosophical and oratorical studies with the famous teacher Apollonius Molon; captured by pirates
-0081 Serves in Asia Minor on the personal staff of Marcus Minucius Thermus, praetor
-0082 Daughter, Julia, born (year approx)
-0084 Marries Cornelia, daughter of L. Cornelius Cinna
-0085 Caesar's father dies; nominated for the position of Flamen Dialis (high priest of Jupiter)
-0100 13 July - born into a patrician family, the gens Julia, which claimed descent from Iulus, son of the Trojan prince Aeneas, himself the son of the goddess Venus

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