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Abdramn_: I still remember when i was a kid when I told you that i was a lazy student, a failure.. and that I would not become something.
So you told me the story of Julius Caesar in ancient Rome.. how he was a brilliant young boy, yet he was also a rake who wasted his youth in pleasures.
iamobiemeka: It’s like Julius Caesar crossing the Rubicon. There is no turning back. A thread has been torn. The fabric will no longer hold. There will be a semblance of enforced peace but the lions have tasted human blood. They will not stop hunting. And the future hunts will go unnoticed.
isaiah1_onyango: “If you must break the law, do it to seize power: in all other cases, observe it.”
~ Julius Caesar - 100 BCE ~
MjTomera: Ah, both Emma and Bibi withdrawing, LL Julius Caesar making it through
gfiorelli1: And here below Julius Caesar and a Middle Age Franciscan monk (for this last one I clearly had The Name of the Rose in mind).
kalifani6: Mom Delivers EPIC Takedown To 'Julius Caesar"
Phoenix9169: "He surpasses Julius Caesar" had me rolling but I have to agree
Margare42025254: Mom Delivers EPIC Takedown To 'Julius Caesar"
Napoleonismo: Hasbulla vs Sassuolo and now Ibañez vs Lazio, Mourinho have the biggest bunch of boycotters I have ever seen, if he wins the EL with this team he surpasses Julius Caesar
thecachinnator: After the civil war between Julius Caesar and Pompey culminated at the Battle of Pharsalus, Pompey fled to Egypt where his friend Ptolemy XII had left two of his children as co-rulers, and where Pompey intended to regroup and rearm. 17/22
NewbyDood: The ides (15th) of March, 44 BC. Julius Caesar was assassinated by Roman senators who feared he would destroy the republic. Gen. Mark Antony vowed revenge on the assassins and plunged the Roman Empire into civil war which led to the collapse of the empire.
Marmarsua: Edward Poynter (1836-1919), was an English figurative painter.
"The Ides of March" (1883). We can see Caesar & his wife Calpurnia. The Ides were the times the full moon fell on the 15th & derives from the hist. fact that Julius Caesar was murdered on the I. of March 15th- 44BC.
litsequels: Wouldn't it be great if Shakespeare's classic play had a sequel? I bet it would be called Julius Caesar With A Vengeance.
ToddStein_28: I’ve been reading a book on Roman history and, coincidentally, just came to the part where Julius Caesar does his republic-ending constitutional norm-breaking to avoid prosecution.
KnowledgeArchiv: Julius Caesar was 32 years old and as he looked at a statue of Alexander the Great, he began to cry.
But why was this 32-year-old Caesar crying?
AL3KATMUSIC: lol I really had a Julius Caesar moment that cost me all because I wanted more discounts
YsaacFranklin: The “ides of March” or assassination of Julius Caesar by his friend Brutus happened March 15. Who killed the truth are now news
BruleChevalier: Depictions of the assassination of Julius Caesar
FlowersmkUwU: The greatest enemy will hide in thr last place you would ever look- Julius Caesar
truefactsbot: Julius Caesar had called it something else because it's the stupidest f*cking band name in the world"
GuthrieTheater: We are deeply saddened by the news of acclaimed actor Lance Reddick's passing today. Lance took the Guthrie stage as Mark Antony in JULIUS CAESAR, directed by Joe Dowling, as part of our 1998-1999 Season.
Our hearts go out to his family and friends.
Photo: Michal Daniel
SusanMillerRep: Stanford theater group reimagines ‘Julius Caesar’ with ‘female-identifying’ actors
CassRMorris: Taking part in an online reading of Julius Caesar tonight -- and I'm playin' the big man JC himself!
So excited! I haven't done one of these in a while.
StabbinsMcGee: Julius Caesar’s death always sounds weird to me until I remember that I’m a math teacher and 60 people would absolutely get together to stab me.
FPWellman: Luxury golf clubs and a life size portrait of Orange Julius Caesar.
Insert <we’re all trying to find the guy who did this.gif>
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MightyM55070329: What happened on the Ides of March? Julius Caesar, a successful military leader and dictator of the Roman Republic, was stabbed to death on March 15, 44 B.C.E. in Rome, Italy.
ToiletGuru: OTD in 45 BC, in his last victory, Julius Caesar defeated the Pompeian forces of Titus Labienus and Pompey the Younger in the Battle of Munda
BrazyTkachuk: julius caesar after being surrounded by brutus and 60-70 roman senators
romanhistory1: Today March 15, 44 BC: Dictator Julius Caesar, one of the greatest of all generals, equalled perhaps by only Alexander the Great and Hannibal is stabbed to death by Brutus, Cassius and several other Roman Senators on the Ides of March in Rome.
tequieremos: On this day, the Ides of March, in 44 BC, Julius Caesar, one of the greatest generals in history, was stabbed to death 23 times by 30 Roman senators. Shakespeare dramatized the assassination in his eponymous tragedy.
"He was my friend, faithful and just to me.
SparkNotes: me at the assassination of julius caesar: um????
NatGeo: Julius Caesar's bloody assassination in 44 B.C., forever marked March 15, or the Ides of March, as a day of infamy. It has fascinated scholars and writers ever since
BluntBlackJew: Today is the Ides of March, the date of Julius Caesar's infamous assassination in 44 BCE.
For ancient Jews dealing with Rome, Caesar was considered a "friend" due to his tolerance.
eeberquist: please remember that Julius Caesar won't see your jokes but your friends who have been stabbed will
levanrami: Father dresses as Julius Caesar to protest NH elementary school teacher's gender-fluid clothing
MattLewisAuthor: 15 March 44 Murder of Julius Caesar on the Ides of March in the Theatre of Pompey during a Senate meeting. Reportedly stabbed 23 times, his attackers claimed to be liberating the Republic from Caesar's oppressive power.
AkhilKumarSaho8: I don't think English translation of the last word of Caesar is correct.
iRajeevR: What really happened on the Ides of March?
romanhistory1: Today in 44BC Julius Caesar was assassinated, marking end of the Roman Republic & start of the Empire
UpdatingOnRome: I asked ChatGPT to write some tweets for me in the style of famous people, celebrating the life of Julius Caesar. I only did a couple because ChatGPT sucks and kept refusing. Lets start with Don!
BokononsProphet: “Julius Caesar died after a knife-related incident.” - Rome Tribune, 44 BC
romanhistory1: Today 44BC Julius Caesar is stabbed to death by Brutus, Cassius and several other Roman senators on the Ides of March in Rome.
Appointed Dictator of Rome in 48BC he defeated his opponents before instigating a series of reforms, including the Roman calendar.
culturaltutor: The year is 44 BC. Julius Caesar has just been declared "Dictator for Life" and is the most powerful man in the Roman Republic.
In 48 BC he had defeated Pompey the Great, another Roman general, and by 45 BC he had put down all other resistance - the civil wars were over.
SparkNotes: On this day in 44 BC, Julius Caesar looked around and said, "Kind of a weird vibe in here."
CharlotteAbotsi: Had a Caesar salad for dinner on the Ides of March RIP Julius you would’ve loved it
RobDenBleyker: RIP julius caesar, killed by the woke mob
eduardo_garcmol: It is the Ides of March, the time when Classicists and Ancient Historians reverently reenact the assassination of Julius Caesar by taking stabs at writing jokes.
culturaltutor: On this day 2,067 years ago Julius Caesar was assassinated in broad daylight in the middle of Rome.
But it wasn't a mob or a popular uprising - Caesar was killed by a group of disgruntled senators.
Here's how it happened, moment by moment, on that fateful day in 44 BC...
InternetHippo: Thanks to a 3D reconstruction of his vocal chords, for the first time we can hear Julius Caesar's last words as they sounded during his assassination by the Senate
smdailyjournal: On March 15, 44 B.C., Roman dictator Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of nobles that included Brutus and Cassius.
SantaMariaTimes: Today is Wednesday, March 15, the 74th day of 2023. There are 291 days left in the year.
Bath_Drama: “The ides of March are come.
Aye, Caesar, but not gone. ”
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SanjibA96160619: Today-in History (Mar 15): In 44 BC, Julius Caesar was stabbed to death by Brutus, Cassius and several other Roman senators on the Ides of March in Rome.
wantedinrome: "Beware the Ides of March." Julius Caesar was assassinated in Rome on this day in 44 BC. His murder will be re-enacted today at Largo Argentina, followed by a funeral procession to the Roman Forum.
divyanshmal: izz the ides of march. Today is the official “remember we studied Julius Caesar” day for all ICSE kids
Vaya_Online: Anyone wanna play among us with me this evening where everyone is named after various individuals present at the stabbing of julius Caesar. You know. For the hell of it.
MooreintheAM: March 15th. Not a great day for Julius Caesar.
schimanski99: Today is Julius Caesar's death anniversary and all eyes are on Julian Hettwer.
joybhattacharj: 15th March. Exactly 2067 years to the day Julius Caesar was stabbed to death by fellow senators at the Curia of Pompey in Rome.
Here's a fascinating excerpt from Plutarch's Life Of Julius Caesar.
LowElsielow: I love the name of honor, more than I fear death.
– Julius Caesar
theangelremiel: "let's make this the best Ides of March Rome has ever seen!"
Julius Caesar, 44 BC
asamiaudition: happy julius caesar stabbing day share this post with 17 friends to get stabbed
bettielaven: Oh, and this is the last Tweet of the morning....if your name is Julius or you eat Caesar Salad at lunch, BEWARE!
FlimsyDignitas: Ides of March: Rome re-enacts assassination of Julius Caesar
ProfKinyon: Soothsayer: Caesar!
Caesar: Speak, Caesar is turned to hear
S: Beware the Ides of March
S: Because your friends think it would be in poor taste to stab you on Pi Day, so they're going to wait until the day after
( Julius Caesar , Act I, Scene 2, early draft)
DrBeauBeaumont: RIP Julius Caesar. Can’t believe it’s been 1,979 years already.
artnews: After Julius Caesar was murdered, Brutus minted coins to commemorate the historical event. Only three of these such “Eid Mar” (Ides of March) coins are known to still exist.
drmataya: Yeah seeing stuff we like but can’t support / get down on a book that limits us.
Waiting till julius Caesar gets involved.
aramashira: Missed opportunity releasing the second half of the Egypt event on the 14th and not the 15th. You know, since it involves Cleopatra, and she had that thing with Julius Caesar, and he
linwood88w: The Oxford Shakespeare: Julius Caesar (Oxford World's Classics) EGI4I41
UpdatingOnRome: The Britons shortly clashed with Julius Caesar during his trips to the Island and would not come under Roman control until the reign of Claudius. The Romans never fully conquered the island, building walls in an attempt to keep the barbarians at bay.
JackStr42679640: In modern times, the Ides of March is best known as the date on which Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BC.
SwedishCanary: If Karine Jean-Pierre had been Caesar’s press secretary on March 15, 44 BC: “Gaius Julius Caesar, Roman General, Statesman and Emperor of Rome passed away today surrounded by friends”
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stephenlc: I feel like this guy just wanted to show off his Julius Caesar costume and was reaching for a reason to justify it
NatsLeader: Tomorrow is the Ides of March, the anniversary of the assassination of Julius Caesar. Imagine being stabbed in the back by your fellows! I'm sure my day will be much less eventful. LOL.
HBhurgri: The Amna Mawaz Khan: protector of the Harassers, brutus to julius caesar. Stabbing her own to be the good girl..
Acquitmenow: he's not Julius Caesar
litsequels: Wouldn't it be great if Shakespeare's classic play had a sequel? I bet it would be called Julius Caesar! Here We Go Again.
eridanbot: i wwould like to thank julius caesar for originatin my hair style
Text_Messages1: What was the Impact of Julius Caesar’s Murder? What was the Impact of Julius Caesar’s Murder? Katie Holyoak Tue, 03/14/2023 - 08:00
litsequels: Wouldn't it be great if Shakespeare's classic play had a sequel? I bet it would be called Julius Caesar Too.
WMMB: …DAVE DOES HISTORY
FXMC1957: 14 March 44 BC. Casca and Cassius decide on the eve of the planned assassination of Julius Caesar that Mark Antony (depicted) should live.
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COLLEEN36716253: In the year 44 BC, Julius Caesar was assassinated.Assassin's Creed III takes place in the year 1857, three years after the death of Julius Caesar. The assassin Connor is seeking revenge for Caesar's death.
Carol38553: WATCH: Dad Dresses as Julius Caesar at School Board Meeting to Protest Teacher’s Gender-Fluid Attire -
damian2649: JULIUS CAESAR (not yet a king but he wished to restore monarchy to Rome and was killed for doing so, his brutal assassination PLUNGING ROME INTO A BRUTAL
A spokesperson for the BBC said that the poet/dramatist, a American Shakespeare would be
aelinwa: "So are they all, all honorable men?"
- Mark Anthony (Julius Caesar).
Okutepa (SAN) vs Festus Keyamo (NAS)
One approached from the front signifying "Honorable"
The other approached from the back signifying "Dishonorable."
goldsaucerdoll: i feel like if my blorbo in law is graha tia that means my friends blorbo in law is about to be real life julius caesar bc its almost the ides baby
Musketeer_IV: March 15, the Ides of March, is forever associated with the assassination of Julius Caesar by senators hoping to preserve the Roman Republic. The aftermath was not what they had hoped.
_jimalo: "In assassinating Julius Caesar they thought they could preserve the republic.
But what they did is that they brought tyranny into the republic." ~ Tawanda (via Techzim Whatsapp group )
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Bath_Drama: ***Big announcement coming on 15th March***
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lauren_minette: So I went upstairs to cover the birds and forgot Caesar was by my chair. This was sent usually a problem but without me there to catch him he went after Julius again. My husband caught him before the fight got bad. Now they have separated into their separate packs.Knees knocking
N1GHTHAWKS: she march on my ide til i julius on her caesar