Julius Caesar

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Gaius Julius Caesar (Latin-gí IPA: [ˈgaːius ˈjuːlius ˈkaɪsar]; BC 100 nî 7 goe̍h 13 ji̍tBC 44 nî 3 goe̍h 15 ji̍t[1]) sī Lô-má Kiōng-hô ê kun-sū chham chèng-tī léng-tō-chiá, sī Lô-má tùi kiōng-hô-kok chóan-piàn sêng Lô-má Té-kok ê koan-kiān jîn-bu̍t.

Caesar gôan-pún sī chham kî-thaⁿ ê siú-léng kiōng-tī Lô-má. I āu-lâi sut-niá Lô-má kun-tūi cheng-ho̍k Gallia, ji̍p-chhim Britain. I tī BC 49 nî ê sî-chūn hoat-khí lāi-chiàn, khòng-chè kui-ê Lô-má Kiōng-hô.

BC 44 nî, Caesar hō͘ chi̍t-kóa gôan-ló chhì-sat sí-bông. Sui-jiân chhì-sat Caesar sī ūi-tio̍h chó͘-chí Caesar ê to̍k-chhâi thóng-tī, m̄-koh Lô-má soah iū-koh lāi-chiàn, chòe-āu Gaius Octavius tit-tio̍h léng-tō-khôan, jî-chhiáⁿ kái chò hông-tè.

Chù-sek[siu-kái]

  1. Caesar chhut-sì chham kòe-sin ê sî-kan iáu-ū cheng-lūn.