Statue of emperor Titus. Detail. Marble. 79—81 A.D. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Found in the so-called “basilica” Herculaneum, now in the Naples Museum (photo from the “Divus Vespanianus” exhibit, 2009, Curia, Roman Forum).
Julius Caeser was a dictator and ruler of Rome for a long period of time, and accomplished many things during his reign. He played a very important role in the rise of the Roman Empire. He was a very valuable general, and statesman. He was also he author of the Latin prose. He also became romantically involved with the famous, Cleopatra.
ROMAN MONEY 1ST-3RD CE Gold aureus with facing portrait of Postumus (260-269), who led a revolt against Emperor Gallienus and ruled over Britain, Gaul and Spain but never acchieved total control. CM 1864.11-28.141 British Museum, London, Great Britain