AVAST, YE PIRATES!
- CAESAR'S WORLD. // Calliope;Dec2006, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p2
The article presents various facts about the life of Roman emperor Julius Caesar.
- AN ENCOUNTER WITH PIRATES. Kugler, R. Anthony // Calliope;Dec2006, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p4
The article presents information about ancient Roman emperor Julius Caesar's conflict with pirates.
- CAESAR, JULIUS. // Religion Book;2004, p97
A profile of Roman emperor Julius Caesar is presented. It states that Caesar built the foundation of Rome for its European domination. He was well aware that his political future depends on military victories to the north and west of Italy. He commissioned a calendar that was called the Julian...
- CELTIC. // Religion Book;2004, p110
Information about Celtic which refers to the religious practices of Celts people in Europe in the pre-Christian era is presented. It states that Celts people connect with their environment as their cathedral. Accordingly, Celtic religion went underground when the Roman emperor Julius Caesar...
- Kidnapped! Maule, David; Holden, Susan // Pirate Tales;2000, p6
A chapter of the book "Pirate Tales" is presented. It relates an incident where pirates attacked the ship ferrying Julius Caesar from Rome to Rhodes. The pirates took Caesar and his men to a small island and went to collect ransom from his family. Caesar went to see Flavius, borrowed 500 men and...
- Caesar and the Pirates. Graves, Robert // New Republic;5/26/58, Vol. 138 Issue 21, p17
No abstract available.
- Caesar's Triumph in Gaul. Goldsworthy, Adrian // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History;Summer2007, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p16
The article focuses on the military campaign led by Roman emperor Gaius Julius Caesar in Gaul at the start of 52 B.C. It states that Gaul is inhabited by mutually hostile tribes which joined forces to expel the Romans from their land. It notes that Caesar was considered as more of a politician...
- I Came. I Saw. I Spun. Karpf, Jason // Military History;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p18
The article profiles Roman Emperor Julius Caesar. He used his crag media to sway public opinion and climb to power. His genius in projecting his image helped him dominate wealthier and stronger rivals, securing his place in history. Throughout his career, he had to address two primary...
- Julius Caesar's First Landing in Britain. Cavendish, Richard // History Today;Aug2005, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p54
Presents historical information on the first expedition of Roman Emperor Julius Caesar to Great Britain on August 26, 55 BC. Purpose of the expedition; Total number of ships assembled by Caesar for the expedition; Outcome of the expedition.