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Why did he have to die bros?
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Everyone does eventually. Unless you'd go back in time and make him go cybernetic.
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>Ban weapons.
>Get stabbed.
He deserved it the filthy liberal.
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>>6299742
He killed 1 grelion gaulians that was a crime and turned Rome into a personal dictatorship
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>>6300086
Remember the Gaulocaust. Papal reperations now!
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>>6300086
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Thus always to tyrants. He is in the deepest circle of hell, being chewed on by the devil for his repeated betrayal of Rome.
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>>6300955
I never got why in Dantes Inferno apparently Brutus is being personally tortured by Satan alongside Judas.

Why is a Christian metaphysical place concerned with treachery from the history of a pagan nation ?
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>>6300974
Cassius is there too. Apparently Caesar ranks up there with the big J.
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>>6300974
Medieval Rome LARPing
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Because the senators in the Roman Republic were fearing that he would become mightier than he already was as Rome's dictator.
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>>6299742
So that Augustus could rise to power
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>>6300098
What does Caesar have to do with the Pope?
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>>6300974
Because Europeans during the Renaissance era were LARPing hard as Romans. Saying that Caesar's assassins were the most terrible sinners in history gave you mad cultural cred.
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>>6301256
Ironic, when they stuck him down he become ever mightier than they could possibly imagine.
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>"Hardly any of his assassins survived him for more than 3 years, or died a natural death.." ~ Suetonius, Life of Julius Caesar, 89.
maybe it wasn't such a good idea after all
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>>6301016
>>6300999
>>6300974
it's because of the theory of the king's two bodies; caesar is the first incarnation of this
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>>6303459
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>>6300974
>>6303459
Because Dante was such an incredible romaboo. What’s funnier is the fact that Dante put so many ancient Greeks in his divine comedy



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