Historic Marto Collection
Julius Caesar, Gaius Julious Caesar (101 B.C. - 44 B.C.) was the greatest militar and political leader of ancient Roma. During his lifetime the frontiers of the empire were pushed forward and secured; Rome was transformed from a republic into a goverment with a single ruler, and Caesar was its first dictator.
He wrote some of the finest works of history in Latin describing the campaings he fought in Gaul and the Civil Wars; he was an architect, a mathematician and one of the anciant's world orators. There is no doubt that Caesar was ambitious and that he enjoyed the great power placed in his hands. It is said that he wished to be crowned king. This was that the conspirators led by Cassius and Brutus gave for his murder: that Caesar had become too powerful and a danger for the survival of the republic.
Julio Cesar's Sword replica, excelent blade forged in high carbon stainless steel. Hilt made of cast.
Overall length: 71 cm. / 28 Inches