What reforms did Julius Caesar bring to Rome?
Caesar, as Dictator of Life, focused on economic reform and improved land and waterways. His political reforms were focused on building physical structures, rebuilding temples and cities, and improving the Senate, Rome’s main ruling body.
What is one of Julius Caesar’s reforms that is still around today?
His reforms were focused on building physical structures, rebuilding temples and cities, and improving Rome’s Senate, the main ruling body. He also created a new Julian calendar, a 365-day calendar, with assistance from astronomers and mathematicians that is still in use today.
What was Julius Caesar’s goal?
Second. He wanted to establish a strong central government at Rome. He also wanted to unite the whole Republic. Caesar defeated Pompey, his supporters and achieved the first goal.
Why did the Senate dislike Caesar?
The senators are also jealous of Julius Caesar, and they do not want him to be exalted. Senators are worried about Caesar’s popularity and fear that he will overthrow the Republic, which would effectively remove their elected positions.
What does Antony say about Brutus in his speech?
A statement that Mark Antony made in his speech in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. This speech is Antony’s funeral oration for Caesar (see also Brutus). Ironically, Antony is trying to portray Brutus’s unreserved and treacherous nature by saying “Brutus Is an Honorable Man”.
What reason does Brutus give for murdering Caesar what is the crowd’s reaction?
Julius Caesar Study Guide Questions 1 – 48
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|What reason does Brutus give for murdering Caesar? What’s the reaction of the crowd? Brutus is more concerned about Rome.||Brutus cares for Rome more. The crowd wants him to become king|