Julius Caesar


Julius Caesar Facts

The great Julius Caesar never ruled as a Roman Emperor. Even if he never got to that level, he set an excellent example for the people under him to emulate. He conquered lands for Rome, dominated its politics at home, and even gave his name as their title. Even after Rome fell, Caesar’s legacy continues to influence generations of rulers across history. Many history books are full of amazing Julius Caesar facts.
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Review: Julius Caesar at Stone Bridge High School

“Et tu, Brute! Then fall, Caesar.” Stone Bridge High School’s production of Julius Caesar launched directly into action with the most iconic betrayal in literature. This fascinating production was filled with captivating vocal expression and detailed sound effects transporting the audience to the streets of Ancient Rome. This classic Shakespearean...

Julius Caesar: Ambitious As Ever, the Best Indica I Smoked This Week

What pairs better with gloomy rain showers than a hard-hitting Indica? I’ll tell ya…nothing! So if this dreary weather has you down, let Julius Caesar lift your spirits. This strain’s genetics promise to make it a burst of California sunshine on an overcast Oklahoma day. Of all the cannabis I...
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FSU/Asolo Conservatory's Julius Caesar Is a Very 2021 Production

It’s challenging enough to teach FSU/Asolo Conservatory acting students to perform Shakespeare. Throw in a pandemic that makes it impossible for the cast to appear onstage together—even outdoors, as originally planned for its spring production of Julius Caesar—and the challenges multiply. With the help of cameras, projections, green screens, masks...
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Julius Caesar, MLK Plays Coming to Boone Woods

Shakespeare and more are coming to Boone Woods Park in Burlington, courtesy of ArtsWave, the Cincinnati region's arts booster organization, as part of its free monthly outdoor concert series, Enjoy the Arts @ Parks. Julius Caesar will be presented by the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company on Saturday, April 24, at 1...
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A tale of Julius Caesar: Floyd Wayne Smith found guilty of murder

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A jury has found Floyd “Wayne” Smith guilty on all three of his charges: conspiracy to commit murder, murder and assisting a criminal. As we previously reported, Donald “Donnie” Alkire was fatally stabbed in the neck by Joseph Wilkerson on March 7th, 2020. Wilkerson is currently serving a 57 year sentence after taking a guilty plea agreement last July. Smith and Donnie had been best friends since childhood.
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Broadway Theater offers Julius Caesar at home

ROCK SPRINGS — This year’s tour of Julius Caesar by Utah Shakespeare Festival will be filmed and made available to guests of the Broadway Theater until March 29 for free. Viewers can choose which day they would like to watch the performance by visiting www.broadwayRS.com and look under Upcoming Events. Viewers are also invited to participate in a live workshop.
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On that time John Wilkes Booth and his brothers starred in Julius Caesar.

Sic semper tyrannis—a quote attributed to Brutus, one of Julius Caesar’s assassins; the motto of the Commonwealth of Virginia; and the cry of John Wilkes Booth right after he shot Abraham Lincoln in Ford’s Theatre in 1865. Although one might imagine John Wilkes Booth was referring to the commonwealth’s motto, it’s clear that Julius Caesar was lodged in his psyche at the time of assassination—and a production of Julius Caesar he performed with his two brothers was a turning point in his life.

Everything You Should Know About the Ides of March and Why Julius Caesar Should be Thanked for Our Calendar

Monday is March 15, a recognizable day on the calendar for history buffs that is tied to Roman Emperor Julius Caesar. Also known as the Ides of March, March 15 was the last day of Caesar’s life. Caesar himself had a lot to do with how we use calendars today. He made the Roman calendar 365 days long, bringing it in line with the lunar cycles. “We still live on Caesar's time," Amanda Wilcox, a classics professor at Williams College, told Inside Edition Digital.

That Time Julius Caesar Was Kidnapped and Insisted His Captors Increase Their Ransom

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Sixteen years before Julius Caesar first became Consul of Rome and more than three decades before he declared himself "dictator for life," Julius Caesar was well on his way to becoming, well, Julius Caesar. Even as a 25-year-old man, he had more confidence than the typical person his age, or most people for that matter.
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Julius Caesar

Sunday, March 14 at 7 p.m. As the soothsayer warns Julius Caesar, “Beware the ides of March.”. On March 14, the eve of that fateful date, join WVXU and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company for an hour-long radio adaptation of The Bard's Julius Caesar. This epic tale of conspiracy, power, and political...
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Are Cesarean Sections Named After Julius Caesar?

Sign up for our email newsletter for the latest science news. Cesarean sections have been a part of human culture since ancient times. This surgery, which is characterized by the delivery of a baby through the mother’s abdomen, is referenced in ancient Hindu, Egyptian, Grecian, Roman and other European folklore. But where did the term originate?