"OUR MOST DIVINE CAESAR"
By: Valdemir Mota de Menezes
General Julio Caio, later known as Julio Cesar, after conquering Gaul (now France), Britain (Current England), with his troops across the Rhine River and to penetrate the forests of Germania (The Netherlands and Germany today), was covered boast of being loved and of the Roman people deified by his soldiers.
The name "Cesar" means 'Lord'. This title was inherited this general, Julio Cesar. He joined the first Roman triumvirate in 59 BC, Pompey and Crassus. Once ruled alone as dictator. Already after the Battle of Farsalia, several cities in Asia, especially Ephesus celebrated Gen. Julio Cesar (100-44 BC) as a god, "son of Ceres and Aphrodite, savior of all men." In Rome itself, in 45 BC, was recorded at the base of a statue of the dictator the inscription: "To God undefeated."