Flag of Montgomery, Alabama, Because... Hail Caesar?
In "Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011), Maurice understands Caesar before he is even given the Intelligence-enhancing serum. This is a reference to the fact that orangutans are fucking awesome.
TIL Not long after Julius Caesar was assassinated, a comet shone for seven successive days. This signified Julius Caesar's ascension to Godhood, and propaganda for Caesar's nephew. The comet was described as: "To make that soul a star that burns forever, Above the Forum and the gates of Rome." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cae…
The pattern on the Little Caesars toga is an acronym.
We’ve all been distracted by Buffalo Shill, but can I get a little hate for Q-lius Caesar?
New Roman Mod with Caesar, Augustus, Marc Anthony, Pompey, Brutus and many more is in Development - Crossing the Rubicon
Julius Caesar's grave; the remains of his alter in The Temple Of Divus Julius in the Roman Forum in Rome, Italy. [768x576]
My 3D printed Julius Caesar pencil holder
Looking at you Columbus, Alexander, Caesar, Charlemagne, Genghis Khan, Churchill, Gandhi, Boudica, Tsar Peter, Catherine the Great, Ashoka, Cao Cao, etc.
Caesar salad or Charlie Brown Christmas tree?
Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and unto Girls the things that are Girl’s
Westholme Wagyu Fillet & Caesar Salad
The truth is... I am Easy Pete, of Caesar's Legion. I serve my master as the greatest of his Frumentarii.
How quickly will Caesar's Legion fall if both Caesar and Lanius die?
I can imagine that the entire Legion will fall into chaos without strong leadership and probably be split into multiple warlord territories. But how quickly would that happen? And assuming the NCR annexed the Mojave, how long would it take for them to conquer former Legion territories? Shouldn't that be quite easy since it's implied that the Legion is devoid of raiders and feral ghouls?
Conflicts between the Germanic Tribes and the Romans existed for centuries, spanning from before the time of Caesar, to when the Western Roman Empire fell which would mean that these conflicts lasted for at least 400 years. What made the Germanic tribes so difficult to defeat for Romans?
EDIT - Sorry, my bad. I did not realise that Gauls, Celts, and Germanic tribes were not the same thing.
From the history that I gathered of the Classical Roman Empire, the Germanic tribes have been a persistent problem for the Romans.
Even when people like Caesar managed to conquer some lands that were owned by the Gauls (who were one of the many Germanic tribes that existed) or when Germanic tribes even fought for the Roman empire like Caesar's elite Germanic cavalry, the Germanic tribes, which were of many different kinds and had different names and sub-cultures like the Franks and the Celts, they kept on being a persistent problem for the Roman empire.
Sometimes, there were constant battles within the borders of the empire where no side managed to advance or conquer tiny bits of lands so they were in a constant stalemate.
So what made the Germanic tribes a persistent issue for the Roman empire? Was it because there were more tribes than the Roman empire thought or because the Germanic tribes continued to band together against the Roman empire or managed to involve in their technologies and strategies the same way the empire did?
Gaius Octavius/Caesar Augustus, based on his looks on HBO's Rome played by Simon Woods
Caesar and Joseph spitting facts
Little Caesars has better pizza than Papa John's
Just what the title says. Papa John's does last longer in the fridge in the unlikely event all pizza isn't devoured. But, fresh out of the oven and steaming? Little Caesars $5 pizza trumps Papa John's. Hands down.
Have a little break from the Caesar memes with this fun fact
My level 44 character sitting on caesars throne after beating all add-ons 😤
someone should totally just stab caesar again - ⚠️snrf⚠️
Bear with me; My heart is in the coffin there with Caesar, And I must pause till it come back to me. (Marc Anthony)
This is Caesar - we found him alone under a shrub.
Joseph-Caesar by me. Hope you like it :3
(Spoiler) Origins completely wastes Caesar's character
I can't believe that the game's writers had one of history's most interesting characters at their disposal, and that he's used instead as a one dimensional villain. His speech at the end of the game sounded like it was written by a 12 year old. The part where Brutus (or maybe it was Cassius) decries Caesar for not acting on behalf of the people was especially laughable, seeing as how Brutus and Cassius were aristocratic conservative Optimates while Caesar was a reformist populist Populare.
All in all, I found the game's ending extremely disappointing. The game started off with a very powerful narrative, but after Ptolemy's death the story quickly fizzled out to the point that it basically felt that I was just mopping up by killing the remaining members of the Order. From a narrative stance, ending the game as Aya in a different country was also a little jarring. On that note, I also found Aya's character to be pretty unlikeable. I admittedly took a very long break from the game in the middle of the story, so I may have forgotten some of her character development, but my God her ending speech was edgy. Her character reminds me of how the Game of Thrones writers had trouble writing women, so they made them cold and edgy in order to portray them as strong.
The game had a absolutely wonderful open world, fantastic soundtrack, and I enjoyed the hell out of most of the story. I'm just bummed that it had to end so disappointingly.
I did a drawing of Caesar a while back :)
Caesar and Sam O' Nella breaking the law
Anyone know who this Chubbius Tubbius Caesar is? (From Bellingcat Dump)
Salmon Kale Caesar Pasta Salad
Caesar using his bubbles to wash the cars in LA.
Gaius Caesar, the second Augustus that should have been
Julius Caesar explaining his plans to conquer Gaul in front of the senate (57 BC, colorized)
"Caesar, Fortification Hill is on fire!" "No Lanius, that's just slaves spreading rumors of the Burned Man!"
Le assassination of Cringus Caesar has arrived
"Delightfully Dialectical, Caesar..."
I'm Caesar the Cane Corso
Can't believe Sir Digby Chicken Caesar was looking for his nemesis at the Super Bowl half time show last weeknd.
If you pronounce it as Caesar than you deserve to get crucified
Director Enrico Guazzoni reportedly used 20,000 extras for his 1914 Italian production of Julius Caesar
Caesar’s conquest of Gaul be like
Little Caesar's Pizza in a former Sonic Drive-In; location unknown