Yacoub1993
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can anyone give me an introduction paragraph comparing Julius Cesar and Abraham Lincoln
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Yacoub1993
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ANY HELP PLEASE
Yacoub1993
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check if there is any error please The topic that I am going to talk about is comparing two great leaders that were in powerful government positions. But it is going to be complicated because there are a lot of differences between the two of the individuals but a little comparable. The life of Julius Cesar and his assassination was a lot different than Abraham Lincoln. The two individuals both came from two different time periods. According to julius-caesar2.tripod.com “Julius Caesar was born in 100 BC in Rome to Aurelia and Gaius Julius Caesar”. At the time of Julius Caesar birth, Rome was still a republic and the empire was only beginning. Julius Caesar was a leader in republic country where the people are not involved with the decisions. Therefore, Julius Ceasar had most for the power in his country and was able to form a large army. “With the help of the army at his command, it was possible to conquer new territories and so gain a triumph and the pleasure of knowing that your name would be remembered forever in statues and inscribed in monuments, paid for by the war” (Summary of Julius Caesar's Life and Death). As time went on Julius Caser began to develop more power over the years. Julius made his way to praetor ship by 62 BC and many of the senate felt he was a dangerous, ambitious man. Julius went to Rhodes to study oratory, but on his way he was captured by pirates whom he charmed and seemingly befriended. After he was freed, Julius arranged to have the pirates executed. (Julius Caser Biography) Just like Abraham Lincoln, Julius Cesar began to have more enemies once he started getting more power. With the amount of power Julius Cesar had, he started to become a threat to the senators who did like him and the changes he was making in the country. Julius Caesars pushed through a special law giving him a five-year command in Cispine Gaul and Illyricum, both provinces in the empire covering North Italy and the Adriatic coast of Yugoslavia (Summary of Julius Caesar's Life and Death). Unlike Abraham Lincoln, Julius Cesar wanted to control as much land and power as possible. Although Julius Cesar wanted a lot control; Julius thought it was best for Rome to have peace. A quote from Julius Cesar says, "It is more important for Rome than for myself that I should survive. I have long been sated with power and glory; but should anything happen to me, Rome will enjoy no peace. A new civil war will break out under far worse conditions then the last"(Julius Caesar Biography). By fighting for peace Julius Cesar was going to start conflict with the senators, but he did not stop. Much like Abraham Lincoln, Julius Cesar started a war to fight for change. Julius Cesar started his war for more power and control. Julius had all the fame he could hope for and the triumph to back it up, but to get the position he felt his achievements deserved, he had to take his troops across the River Rubicon and in doing so declare civil war on the state and Pompey. (Julius Caesar Biography) According to julius-caesar2.com “Julius Caesar left Alexandria, having established Cleopatra as a client ruler in alliance with Rome. Either immediately before or soon after he left Egypt, Cleopatra gave birth to a son, whom she named Caesarion, claiming that he was the son of Julius”. The battle for Rome continued for five years of bloody fighting and he was assassinated by a group of senators, who stabbed with a dagger in the back, on the Ides of March 44 BC below a statue of Pompey, possibly in support of Pompey (Julius Caesar Biography). Much like Abraham Lincoln, Julius Caesar was assassinated and had a child. Abraham Lincoln life and assassination was a lot different than Julius Cesar but a little comparable. According to About.com, Abraham Lincoln was born in Hardin County, Kentucky on February 12, 1809. Just like Julius Cesar, Abraham Lincoln lost a parent at a young age. Abraham Lincoln was involved in the military much like Julius Caesar. In 1832, Lincoln enlisted to fight in the Black Hawk War (Martin). According to About.com in 1832, Lincoln enlisted to fight in the Black Hawk War. He was quickly elected to be the captain of a company of volunteers. Abraham Lincoln life fell into politics after being elected as a Whig to the Illinois legislature in 183(Martin). Abraham Lincoln is regarded as one of America's greatest heroes due to both his incredible impact on the nation and his unique appeal. His is a remarkable story of the rise from humble beginnings to achieve the highest office in the land. Unlike Julius Caesar, Lincoln had to debate against his opponent, Stephen Douglas, seven times in what became known as the Lincoln-Douglas Debates (Martin). While they agreed on many issues, they disagreed over the morality of slavery. Abraham Lincoln was not a huge fan of slavery. George B. McClellan, the former commander of the Army of the Potomac, challenged him for the presidency, but the contest wasn't even close. Lincoln received 55 percent of the popular vote and 212 of 243 Electoral votes. Much like Julius Cesar, Abraham Lincoln was a leader that everyone looked up to. In September 1862, Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. This allowed Abraham Lincoln to free all the slaves in the southern states. Both Julius Caesar and Abraham Lincoln wanted to make changes in their county. Just like Julius Caesar, Abraham grew enemies from the southern states that did not want the change. The civil war can also be compared to the Julius Caesar War. According to About.com both the Civil War and the Julius Caesar war lasted five years and won by the two men. On April 14, 1865, Lincoln was assassinated while attending a play at Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C. Actor John Wilkes Booth shot him in the back of the head before jumping onto the stage and escaping to Maryland. Lincoln died on April 15th (Kelly). Unlike Julius Caesar, Abraham Lincoln was assassinated with a shot to the head by one person. According to About.com Julius Caesar was killed in a theatre called the Theatre of Pompey. Julius Caesar may have died instantly while receiving 33 stab wounds by the senators. Abraham Lincoln is considered by many people to have been the best President.

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sorry my head hurts right now :/
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origt help me out with the intro paragraph comparing both

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