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He only realised when a day-trip, which he was told was to see a flock of interesting pigeons, turned out to be a trick. He was in fact thrown to the Christians in the Coliseum. Aristotle says he died with a smile on his face, appreciating the practical joke. Julius Caesar was so successful with this trick he played it again and again...
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The whole of France was captured without a single drop of blood being spilt. To celebrate he changed France’s name to Gaul, after himself. But then he was worried people might think him egotistical, and so this was when he changed his own name to Caesar, because he had ‘Seized’ Gaul.
Emboldened by his successes in France which he moved on to Britannia...
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