Only the person who knows the Latin words for Julius Caesar will score 10/10 on this test.

Enigma – “Caesar”, “Caesar” … The Roman emperor, who died 2067 years ago, left his mark not only on history, but also on the language. Do you know his legacy?

by
Le Figaro

published to update

This content is not accessible.

Ruslan Gelmanshin / Ruslan Gelmanshin – stock.adobe.com

Julius Caesar was assassinated on March 15, 44 BC. J. -C, on the “Ides of March”, under the “Porch of Pompey”, where the Roman Senate met. Lord of Rome and Italy, he radically changed the Roman Republic and was appointed dictator. He made his mark in history to us thanks to the writings of the writer Suetonius, who brought us these famous quotes. do you know them?

Also read – If you get 10/10 on this test, you have an excellent pen.

Julius Caesar died at the age of 55, of the illustrious Julia family used since the usurer Sixtus Julius, an eventful young man – captured in particular by Sicilian pirates – before revealing himself as a good soldier and political strategist. Then his name was taken by the Roman emperors in his memory. When a person is said to be inclined to “Caesar,” a term attested in the sixteenth century, it means that he is inclined to “behave like Caesar, as an absolute master.” So… will you pass this test?

This content is not accessible.

This content is not accessible.

This content is not accessible.


See also – Irene Frein: “I started writing thinking I was Madame de Sevigny”

READ  Four days to approve the objectives of the future financial dialogue

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *