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"Emperor"?Julius Caesar may not be technically referred to as the first"Emperor" of Rome, however he started a dynasty that would certainly preeminence the RomanRealm for a a century.In 44 B.C. the Senate bestowed upon him thetitle of "Imperator" which is where the word "emperor" originates.Though he was acting as dictator, he would certainly not permit himself to bereferred to publicly as king or emperor however "Caesar" instead. He wasassassinated in 44 B.C. by some of his cshed friends, including Brutuboy the Ides of March, the 1fifth.

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Julius Caesar Busts and Statues
1. Portrait Map out of Julius Caesar
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Thissketch of the portrait bust at Museo Archeologico Nazionaledi Napoli was replicated from the College Of Texas LibraryPortrait Gallery, by H.F. Helmolt (ed.): History of theWorld. New York, 1902.

2. Julius Caesar: Roman General
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Hewas a Roguy General famous for dominating Gaul (now Franceand Belgium) and his succeeding coup d'état. He readjusted theRomale Republic into a monarchy therefore his single heir was GaiusOctavian, the first Emperor of Rome.

3. Dictator Julius Caesar
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JuliusCaesar was chosen Dictator, in the time of those time dictators areonly elected in times of crisis yet Julius Caesar waschosen for life because of his popularity as a battle hero anda political leader. He provided his powers to make many type of changesin Rome. The image is from www. bible-history.com

4. Bustof Julius Caesar
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Thiswas the initially well-known public rendition of Julius Caesar thatis completely lifeprefer. His portraiture represents a strongcharacter; he was indeed a brilliant leader. The bust is ondisplay at archaeological nationwide museum, Napoli.

5. Head of Julius Caesar
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JuliusCaesar was a guy of excellent stature that had the ability to changethe background of Rome. The resource of the image is create GeorgeWillis Botsford, A History of Rome, McMillan, 1921 and also thebust itself is from British Museum.


6. Julius Caesar Bust
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JuliusCaesar was almost bald, as the sculpture depicts, and also via adark skin complexion. According to Suetonius, "He wasembarrassed by his baldness, which was a regular topic ofjokes on the component of his opponents; so much so that he usedto comb his straggling locks forward from the earlier, and also oloss honours heaped upon him by senate and also human being, the one hemost appreciated was to be able to wear a wreath at alltimes..." The bust is on screen at Altes Museum,Berlin.

7. Image of the Great Ruler of Rome
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Theresource of the photo was remastered from Alfred vonDomaszewski Geschichte der Romischen Kaiser Verlag vonQuelle & Meyer in Leipzig 1914.

8. Bust Sculpture of Julius Caesar
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Hewas the initially dictator of Rome and also the one who befriendedthe Jews by helping them spcheck out the gospel. Christians weretreated as a Jewish sect; they were allowed to accomplish simply asJews were permitted their synagogues. The bust is on displayat the Art History Museum, Vienna, Austria.
9. Bronze Statue of Julius Caesar
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JuliusCaesar was one of the the majority of influential guys in human being background.He was well-known for his duty in transforming the Roguy Republicinto a Romale Realm. This contemporary statue deserve to be viewed inRimini, Italy.
Julius Caesar Coins

1. JuliusCaesar Denarius
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This coin was produced in Italy roughly 49 BC. On the obverseis an elephant walking and also trampling on a horned serpent.Below that is the emblem "CAESAR" and also on the reverse areculullus, aspergillum, axe and also apex.

2. Headof Julius Caesar
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Laureate head of Julius Caesar can be viewed on the left partof the imperiods, while on its opposite are cornucopia onglobe, rudder on left, caduceus and apex are emblem.

3. Headof Venus via Captives
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Julius Caesar Denarius via the Head of Venus wearing acrvery own as a authorize of royalty is on the left. On its ideal isthe Trophy of Gallic arms via seated captives at eitherside of base, via "CAESAR" listed below as emblem.

4. Veiled Head of Caesar Coin
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Laureate and also veiled head of Caesar is on the left, and also onthe best is Venus, the goddess of beauty and also love, standingand also holding Win and scepter collection on star.

5. Julius and Venus
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Wreathed head of Julius Caesar on the obverse and behind himis the lituus and also simpulum. On the reverse is Venus restingher elbow on a rounded shield set on globe holding Victoryand a scepter.

6. JuliusCaesar with Veil on Head
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The wreathed and also veiled head of Julius is on the leftportion of the photo. On the reverse is an emblem "CCOSSVTIVS", "MARID-IANVS" and "AAN A A FF". It was minted inRome in 44 BC.

7. Mark Antony and Julius Caesar
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Bare head of Mark Antony is on the obverse(Front) and also on the reverse is the wreathed head of JuliusCaesar. This coin was army minted by the persontraveling with Antony in Cisalpine, Gaul.

8. JuliusCaesar and Octavian
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On the obverse are the heads of Julius Caesarand also Octavian earlier to back, and a prow on the reverse side.

9. JuliusCaesar and Pax
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Julius Caesar via Pax the Goddess of Peace.Posthumous coin of Caesar bearing his wreathed head via noengravings or emblems. Opposite is Pax, the goddess ofpeace holding the caduceus and also scepter.

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10. GoldCoin of Julius Caesar
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This gold coin reveals the veiled head ofJulius Caesar on the front side with emblem "CAESAR COS TER".At the ago of the coin is a lituus, a jug and an axe withemblem "A. HIRTIVS P.R".

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