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The personal journal of Caius Julius, born 251 BC, was uncovered in an archaeological dig in Northern Italy in the winter of 2009 AD. His personal account covering five generations of the Julii family from 270 BC to 183 BC reveals and uncovers much of the mystery of the Julii family and their rise to power as well as outlines the genealogy of the ancestral line to the famed Julius Caesar.
This historic find also fills in many of the gaps that have puzzled historians for centuries on the rapid expansion and decline of the Romans in their early years before once again regaining world domination. The personal accounts of Caius Julius covers personal, political and military operations within the various families of Rome to include the Scipii and the Brutii families, which led to their dominance as a people.
This is the first translated volume of various other literary finds that were preserved in the depths of various ruins protected from the decay of time.