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Why was Julius Caesar assassinated

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Moreover, many senators who had conferred honorific titles and powers on the general were shocked when he used this largely symbolic powers to cement his position in Rome.<ref>Holland, p. 199</ref> The senators believed that the conqueror of Gaul was engaged in illegally gathering more personal power at the expense of the traditional elite and was subverting the constitution. The strained relationship between Caesar and the Senate was one of the factors that persuaded many that Caesar had to be assassinated.<ref>Plutarch xxi</ref>.
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