What were Julius Caesar's strengths and weaknesses?


Julius Caesar was a Roman statesman, general, consul, and notable author of Latin prose. Julius Caesar played a critical role in the events that led up to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. Julius Caesar had many strengths. He was a powerful man. He was also fascinated with the military and made them his number one priority. However, one of Julius Caesar's biggest weakness was that he did not have the necessary authoritativeness to check corruption and administrative weakness.
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