The Life of Julius Caesar
- 1. Caesar sides with Marius against Sylla.
- 2. Caesar taken by Pirates.
- 3. Caesar's eloquence.
- 4. Cicero's judgment of Caesar. Caesar's funeral oration over his aunt Julia.
- 5. Caesar sets up images of Marius.
- 6. He is made chief Bishop of Rome.
- 7. His action in the case of Catiline's conspiracy.
- 8. Intrigue of Clodius with Caesar's wife Pompeia.
- 9. Caesar's acts in Spain.
- 10. He reconciles Pompey and Crassus.
- 11. His first consulship and laws.
- 12. His daughter Julia is married to Pompey; he himself marries Calphurnia.
- 13. He sends Cato to prison, and drives Cicero out of Italy.
- 14. His conquests in Gaul.
- 15. The valour of Acilius, Cassius Scaeva, and Granius Petronius.
- 16.Description of Caesar's valour, bounty, health and habits.
- 17. His first war with the Gauls and victory over the Helvetti.
- 18. His second war, against Ariovistus.
- 19. He defeats the Belgae.
- 20. He defeats Nervii.
- 21. His conference with Pompey, Crassus and others at Lucca.
- 22. His war against the Ipes and Tenterides.
- 23. He makes a bridge over the Rhine.
- 24.His expedition to England. Death of his daughter Julia.
- 25. Rebellions of the Gauls, and defeat of Vercingetorix.
- 26. Siege of Alexia.
- 27. Discord between Caesar and Pompey.
- 28. Caesar bribes the magistrates at Rome.
- 29. He crosses the Rubicon.
- 30. Pompey flees to Epirus.
- 31. Caesar is made Dictator. His advanture in the pinnace.
- 32. His ill success in Epirus.
- 33. Battle of Pharsalia dand defeat of Pompey.
- 34. Caesar makes Cleopatra Queen of Egypt.
- 35. "Veni, vidi, vici."
- 36. Adventures in Afric and death of Cato.
- 37. Caesar's three triumphs.
- 38. His expedition to Spain against the sons of Pompey; battle of Munda.
- 39. He is chosen perpetual Dictator.
- 40. He reforms the Calendar.
- 41. Feast of the Lupercalia. Caesar twice refuses the diadem.
- 42. Brutus conspires against him.
- 43. Prognostics of his death.
- 44. He is assassinated.
- 45. Events following his death.
- 46. Fate of Brutus and Cassius.
Caesar joined with Cinna and Marius.
Caesar took sea and went unto Nicomedes, king of Bithynia. Caesar taken of pirates.
Junius Praetor of Asia.
Caesar loved hospitality.
Caesar a follower of the common people.
The love of the people in Rome unto Caesar. Caesar chosen Tribunus milium.
Caesar made the funeral oration, at the death of his aunt Julia.
Caesar the first that praised his wife in funeral oration.
Caesar made Quaestor.
Pompeia Caesar's third wife.
Caesar accused to make a rebellion in the state.
The death of Metellus chief Bishop of Rome.
Caesar made chief Bishop of Rome.
Caesar suspected to be confederate with Catiline in his conspiracy.
Caesar went about to deliver the conspirators.
Cato's oration against Caesar.
The love of P. Clodius unto Pompeia, Caesar's wife. The good doddess, what she was, and her sacrifices.
Clodius taken in the sacrifices of the good goddess.
Clodius accused for profaning the sacrifices of the good goddess.
Caesar putteth away his wife Pompeia.
Clodius quit by the judges for profaning the sacrifices of the good goddess.
Caesar Praetor of Spain.
Crassus surety for Caesar to his creditors.
Caesar's acts in Spain.
Caesar's order between the creditor and the debtor.
Caesar's soldiers called him Imperator.
Caesar reconcileth Pompey and Crassus together.
Cato's foresight and prophecy.
Caesar's first Consulship with Calpurnius Bibulus.
Caesar's laws. Lex agraria.
Caesar married his daughter Julia to Pompey.
Caesar married Calphurnia the daughter of Piso.
Pompey by force of arms authorized Caesar's laws.
Caesar sent Cato to prison.
Caesar, by Clodius, drave Cicero out of Italy.
Caesar a valiant soldier, and a skilful captain.
Whose fame ascendeth up unto the heavens:it will appear that Caesar's prowess and deeds of arms did excel them all together. The one 66, in the hard countries where he made wars: another 67, in enlarging the realms and countries which he joined unto the Empire of Rome: another, in the multitude and power of his enemies whom he overcame: another, in the rudeness and austere nature of men with whom he had to do, whose manners afterwards he softened and made civil: another, in courtesy and clemency which he used unto them whom he had conquered: another, in great bounty and liberality bestowed unto them that served under him in those wars: and in fine 68, he excelled them all in the number of battles he had fought, and in the multitude of his enemies he had slain in battle.
Caesar's conquests in Gaul.
The love and respect of Caesar's soldiers unto him.
The wonderful valiantness of Acilius, Cassius, Scoeva, and divers others of Caesar's soldiers.
Caesar had the falling sickness.
The temperance of Caesar in his diet.
Caesar's civility not to blame his friends.
The Tigurinians slain by Labienus. Arax fl.
The Helvetians slain by Caesar.
Rhenus fl. Caesar made war with king Ariovistus.
The wise women of Germany; how they did foretell things to come.
King Ariovistus overthrown by Caesar.
The Belgae overcome by Caesar.
Nervii the stoutest warriors of all the Belgae.
The Nervii slain by Caesar.
The great lords of Rome came to Lucca to Caesar.
Ipes and Tenterides, people of Germany.
Caesar's horsemen put to flight.
The Ipes and Tenterides slain by Caesar.
Sicambri, a people of the Germans.
Caesar made a bridge over the river of Rhine.
Caesar's journey into England
The death of Julius Caesar's daughter.
The rebellion of the Gauls.
Cotta, and Titurius, with their army, slain.
Caesar slew the Gauls led by Ambiorix.
The second rebellion of the Gauls against Caesar.
Vercingentorix captain of the rebels against Caesar.
The Hedui rebel against the Romans.
Vercingentorix overthrown by Caesar.
The siege of Alexia.
Caesar's great victory at Alexia.
Alexia yielded up to Caesar.
The discord betwixt Caesar and Pompey, and the cause of the civil wars.
The people's voices bought at Rome for money.
Pompey governed Spain and Africa.
Caesar sueth the second time to be Consul, and to have his government prorogued.
Caesar bribeth tha magistrates at Rome.
Pompey abused by flatterers.
Caesar's requests unto the Senate.
Antonius and Curio, tribunes of the people, fly from Rome to Caesar.
Caesar's doubtful thoughts at the river of Rubicon.
Caesar took the city of Ariminum.
Rome in uproar with Caesar's coming.
Labienus forsook Caesar, and fled to Pompey.
Domitius escaped from Caesar, and fled to Pompey.
Pompey flieth into Epirus.
'Silent leges interarma.'
Caesar taketh money out of the temple of Saturn.
Caesar's journey into Spain, against Pompey's lieutenants.
Caesar and Isauricus Consuls.
Caesar goeth into the kingdoms of Epirus
Complaints of the old soldiers against Caesar.
A great adventure of Caesar.
Caesar's dangers and troubles in the realm of Epirus.
Caesar's army fled from Pompey.
Caesar's words of Pompey's victory.
Caesar troubled in mind after his loss.
Pompey's determination for the war.
Pompey called Agamemnon, and king of kings.
Pompey's dream in Pharsalia.
The security of the Pompeians.
Pompey's army as great again as Caesar's.
A wonder seen in the element, before the battle in Pharsalia.
Caesar's army and his order of battle, in the fields of Pharsalia.
Pompey's army and his order of battle.
An ill counsel and foul fault of Pompey.
The battle in the fields of Pharsalia.
Caesar overcometh Pompey.
Brutus that slew Caesar taken prisoner at the battle of Pharsalia.
Signs and tokens of Caesar's victory.
A strange tale of Cornelius an excellent pronosticator.
Caesar's clemency in victory.
The cause of Caesar's war in Alexandria.
Pothinus the eunuch caused Pompey to be slain.
Cleopatra came to Caesar.
Cleopatra trussed up in a mattress, and so brought to Caesar, upon Apollodorus' back.
The great library of Alexandria burnt.
Caesar's swimming with books in his hands.
Caesar made Cleopatra queen of Egypt.
Caesarion, Caesar's son, begotten of Cleopatra.
Caesar's victory of king Pharnaces.
Caesar writeth three words to certify his victory.
Caesar's journey into Africa against Cato and Scipio.
Caesar's troubles in Africa.
Alga and dog's-tooth given to the horse to eat.
Caesar's dangers in Africa.
Caesar's great victory and small loss.
Caesar's trouble with the falling sickness.
Caesar was sorry for the death of Cato.
Caesar wrote against Cato being dead.
Cicero wrote a book in praise of Cato being dead.
Juba, the son of king Juba, a famous historiographer.
Caesar's feasting of the Romans.
The muster taken of the Romans.
Caesar Consul the fourth time.
Battle fought between Caesar and the young Pompeys, by the city of Munda.
Caesar's victory of the sons of Pompey.
Caesar's triumph of Pompey's sons.
Caesar Dictator perpetual.
The temple of clemency dedicated unto Caesar, for his coutesy.
Caesar;s saying of death.
Goodwill of subjects, the best guard and safety for princes.
Caninius Rebilius consul for one day.
Anienes, Tiber flu.
Caesar reformed the inequality of the year.
Why Caesar was hated.
The feast of Lupercalia.
Antonius, being Consul, was one of the Lupercalians.
Antonius presented the diadem to Caesar.
Caesar saved Brutus' life, after the battle of Pharsalia.
Brutus conspireth against Caesar.
Cassius stireth up Bruteth against Caesar.
Predictions and foreshews of Caesar's death.
Caesar's day of his death prognosticated by a soothsayer.
The dream of Calpurnia, Caesar's wife.
Decius Brutus Albinus' persuasion to Caesar.
Decius Brutus brought Caesar unto the Senate house.
The tokens of conspiracy against Caesar.
The place where Caesar was slain.
Antonius, Caesar's faithful friend.
Casca the first that struck at Caesar.
Caesar slain, and had 23 wounds upon him.
The murderers of Caesar do go to the market-place.
Cinna's dream of Caesar.
The murder of Cinna.
Caesar 56 years old at his death.
The revenge of Caesar's death.
Cassius being overthrown at the battle of Philippes slew himself with the selfsame sword, wherewith he struck Caesar.
Wonders seen in the elements after Caesar's death.
A spirit appeared unto Brutus.
The second appearing of the spirit unto Brutus.