100 BC. Julius Caesar was born on July 13th to a ruling family in the city of Rome.

116 BC. Due to his father’s death, Caesar became the head of the family.

69 BC. Caesar was elected as military tribune and quaestor.

63 BC. He was elected as a curule aedile, a magistrate position which he used in order to stage public games of entertainment. In the same year, he won the position of Pontifex Maximus, the highest position in the Roman religious structure.

62 BC. Julius Caesar was appointed as governor of the western Iberian Peninsula and later on made Imperator.

60 BC. Caesar formed the first Triumvirate, an informal alliance between him, Marcus Licinius Crassus, and Gnaeus Pompeius.

53 BC. With the death of Crassus, the alliance of the first Triumvirate came to an end.

46 BC. Caesar was appointed dictator of the Roman Republic.

44 BC. Julius Caesar was assassinated by his rivals during a session of the Roman Senate. He was attacked by approximately 60 senators and stabbed 23 times.

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