I would have killed him. Because he would have taken over. He would have ruined The roman republic.
how would he ruin the Roman Republic if he strengthen it and made Rome bigger than it previously...
i disagree because he most likely would have helped the overall Rome, the republic was dying anyways. they were selfish senators going downhill. Cesar was slowly stopping Rome´s downfall. the senators were so blindsighted by their greed they didn't realize this and killed him.
Julius Caesar didn't want to take over he wanted to help others. Also his friends where jealous of him because he was popular.
But is the Republic worth it? He had the potential to be the best ruler of all time. So the Republic would be useless to keep if you could have an even better empire.
I disagree Spencer because he was starting to treat lower class members as actual people instead of nothing. By killing Caesar, you have effectively turned almost all of Rome against you while you are parading down the streets saying "We killed Caesar, aren't you all happy?". Even if he was a threat to the Roman republic, the Roman empire still became a thing.
I agree with Ryan, Miah, and Kevin. I agree with them because Julius Caesar would not take over. He helped the plebeians in a lot of different ways. He gave soldiers land and money. He also gave this to the poor. The senators killed him just because he was taking away the power that they had. Even if they thought they were doing it to save the republic most of them probably just did it for their own selfish needs, then made the excuse to seem like heroes. They soon found out that nobody thought that they were heroes because a lot of people really liked Julius Caesar.
I disagree with Spencer because he helped the poor and he gave money and land to the soldiers for their hard work.Also he helped the country by trying to control the number of slaves in Rome and worked to increase jobs.
I guess I'm not the only crazy one here! I think the senators should have killed Caesar. He was destroying the republic. The govt. was set up a specific way and there were laws to protect it. The fear most Romans had at the time was one person gaining to much power and becoming a king like Tarquin. That is why there are 2 consuls and they each could have power for only 1 year. Caesar destroyed all of that. He became "Dictator for life." What if he was just helping out the poor to gain popularity and once he had the power he would have begun to abuse the power? Now murder is never right. But what if President Elect Trump declares himself President for life? How would you feel then?
I would not kill him because he did not diverse it. He was helping Rome and they repayed with death. I would not have killed him.
I agree! If I were a senator, I would realize that many people support him, and try to persuade the other senators to not kill him.
I agree with Jack. He does not deserve it. He helped many people and that is why they like him. He has done good things for Rome.
I disagree with you Jack. Though he was helping the lower class the Republic was being destroyed slowly. He was taking power away from people who had supported all peoples opinions in who to have rule over them.
I would have killed him because he would have taken over the kingdom
I agree with you because he would have ruined the republic and taken the kingdom.
I disagree, because Julius Caesar created opportunities for others. He helped the poor, gave money and land to soldiers, and he still asked for opinions of others. He helped, not hurt Rome.
I agree, he did so many great things. Plus, there wouldn't be a civil war.
I agree with you because he would have taken over, but I don't think Rome if a kingdom.
I would NOT have killed him because he did so many great things and he would have been a great leader to all those people who loved him.
I agree with Erin because there were some people who liked him, and that would not be fair to them.
I agree with you because he helped the country, but he got killed in return.
I would not kill Julius Caesar because he was a good ruler and a lot of poor people loved him...He also brought strength and won a lot of battles.
I would not kill Caesar because I think killing is wrong. If he hasn't been killed already, he must be liked.
See this is my problem of killing Caeser and not killing him. I wouldn't kill him because he was just trying to make Rome a lot more fair. I also wouldn't kill him because a lot of people like him making more laws fair. I would kill him because he might have taken over the Republic and made himself a king. I gave my two points of view and here is my final answer. I WOULDN'T have killed Caeser.
I would not have killed Julius Caesar, because he was a good ruler and he treated others respectfully. He made Rome stronger, and concord many areas expanding Rome. He gave others land and paid the soldiers for their hard work.
I agree Mary! He made life so much easier by 1. Treating people with fairness. 2. He made laws much more easier for people with less money/land. 3. By expanding Rome, a LOT more people without as much land.
I disagree because even though he did many things to win loyalty from the Plebians, he was taking power for himself. It was supposed to be a triumvirate, 3 men holding power not one. The Romans tried to avoid having one ruler, and when they did, it was for a short amount of time.
I disagree Julius Caesar was destroying the republic. He also almost put the senators out of there jobs.
I wouldn't kill Julius Caesar because if i did every one would want to kill me. Because Julius Caesar helped Rome and then the senators killed him. Also because the people loved Julius Caesar so they killed the senators who killed him.
I wouldn't have killed him because he wouldn't destroy the republic. Even if he did live there would still be an empire
I would kill Caeser because he was slowly taking power for himself. He named himself dictator for life, the people tried to avoid the point of that.
I would not kill Julius Caesar because he helped Rome become better. He defeated their worst enemy, Gaul, but he got killed for helping the nation.
I would not kill Caesar because he was full of potential. He was very talented and was a leader in war. He started a civil war which I disagree with but at the end of time, he was one of the best roman leaders. His friend literally stabbed him in the back.
I would not have killed Cesar because he was for the people, the most important factor of Rome. without their love and support the republic and empire would fall. and if i said yes i would have died because THE PEOPLE loved Cesar and thought he was a good leader.
I would have killed him even though I don't like blood, killing, and death because he would have taken over and gotten even more power.
I disagree because people that take over usually try to keep their people happy and not to overthrow them. He gave money to the poor, etc. and he was very popular. He would take over even more land. . . .
I, in a way agree, but then disagree with Lidia K. I disagree with Lidia because most times people that take over are mean cruel and any others that aren't that way don't give money to the poor.
I would not kill Julius Caesar because anything that the general republic likes, you don't want to kill it. Everyone who likes this thing that everyone likes, everyone will not be happy with your decision which is why I would stand back and not get in the way so I wouldn't get stabbed myself. Anyone who took part in the murder should've had common sense and said that they would obviously be shunned for their terrible actions. On the other hand, I could see why people would want to kill him, but, he was a very good person, right? If he was emperor and the patricians were put down to plebeians, Julius Caesar treated plebeians very well, so it would be a lose-lose if you killed Caesar.
If I where to be a senator I wouldn't kill ceaser if I had a choice... but even if I did save him I might have been killed myself because everyone else would have. If I didn't then they will most likely kill me along with Julius Ceaser
As a senate I would kill Julius Caesar. The only reason I would is because he had to much power. Julius Caesar was destroying the republic by declaring himself as King.
I would not kill Caesar. I would not kill Julius Caesar because all the poor people of Rome liked him. The plebeians liking Caesar was important because they were the Roman army. So if the plebeians did not like him they would not easily follow him into war causing them to maybe loose some of the important wars and or battles that Rome had fought ad won. It was also important for them to be happy because they made up most of Rome's population, and you want to keep the people happy so their are no revolts and or rebellions. I would also not kill him because I would not be as worried as the other senators about having power over Rome. So this is why I would not join in on killing Julius Caesar.
I would not kill Julius Caesar. Julius C's murder led to the end of the Roman Republic. Also I think he wouldn't have taken over and gotten even more power.
I would not kill Caesar because he did good things for Rome. Most people like him because of the good things he did for Rome. The patricians did not like him because they got almost equal rights as the peblians. I think Caser was a good leader.
I would kill Julius Caesar because he was slowly taking all the power for himself and taking it away from the Roman people. Julius was chipping away the Republic. Even though it may be dangerous for me I would try to help fight for the Republic.
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