The First of the Caesars

Gaius Julius Caesar, the man known as the first of the Caesars, was born in July of 100 B.C. to Gaius Caesar and Aurelia. A known epileptic, Caesar was an ambitious man who meticulously gained power until in 44 B.C. he was made dictator for life. With that first taste of power, Caesar began a imperical legacy that carried on until the end of the Roman Empire.