Julius Caesar was a popular Roman general, statesman and creator. He was conceived in Rome around 100 BCE to a noble family. He turned into the leader of his family at the youthful age of 16 after his dad passed away. Julius Caesar joined the Roman Army in 81 BCE and was the main Roman to attack England in 55 BCE and again in 54 BCE.
In 65 BCE, Caesar was selected an “adele”, which place him responsible for Rome’s open diversion. He turned out to be exceptionally well known among the Romans. Before long, Caesar joined the military and left Rome so as to maintain a strategic distance from Sulla, the despot of Rome and his partners.
At the point when Sulla passed on, Caesar came back to Rome in around 46 BCE. He was a military legend from his years in the military and he rapidly ascended the positions of the Roman government. He rolled out noteworthy improvements to Rome by developing new structures and sanctuaries. He before long turned into the most influential man in Europe as the Senate made him the tyrant. He was killed on fifteenth March, 44 BCE.
Julius Caesar changed the antiquated timetable to the cutting edge Julian date-book with 365 days and a jump year.