Dramatize the Shakespeare Tragedy of Julius Caesar’s Assassination with this Bust
Julius Caesar was a general and a leader during the late Roman republic. He expanded the Roman empire to include present day Belgium and France even as he was not yet the empire’s ruler. His progress into politics is credited to his having been born into a largely political clan. He became quaestor, aedile, praetor, and governor. It was when he was governor that he allied with Pompey and Crassus to propel him to become consul and this was also when he made France and Belgium become part of the empire.
Caesar also had a stubborn attitude that he disregarded those in authority and won against the republican army. While he was in pursuit of Pompey, a republican general, Caesar fell in love with Cleopatra, the infamous Egyptian queen. Around this time, he proclaimed himself as ruler and dictator of the Roman empire. His opposition to republicans ultimately led to his own demise through an assassination perpetrated by Cassius and Brutus.
For the unfortunate Shakespearean demise, this Julius Caesar Bust in roman stone finish commemorates the glory and tragedy of Julius Caesar. Side-glancing, the Julius Caesar sculpture would be an intrigue enough to attract viewers in museums, galleries, educational facilities, and even themed cafes.