Julius Caesar Julius caesar as a military leader

How did Julius Caesar become the leader of Rome? Julius Caesar started his important role in the government by becoming the governor of Transalpine Gaul in 58 BC. After the previous governor suddenly died, Caesar took the position. As Julius Caesar was associated with the military, he took part in the Gallic wars and against Pompey. After he returned home from the battles and forming many alliances, he was appointed dictator for 10 years and was later made Dictator for life. Shortly after, though,

What tactics did Julius Caesar use? Julius Caesar had about 120,000 people in his army during wars. Julius Caesar line his troops up in a wall facing the enemy. This would allow them to move easily towards their enemies. While enemies were on their way towar


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