What the papers say...
The Roman Times
A Great loss
Julius Caesar, conqueror of Gaul and Britannia has been murdered. No longer can Rome call upon her greatest son to lead us to more victories and further glory. This day shall long be remembered as one of the saddest in Rome's Glorious history.
The Daily Parchment
Rome has been given a new hope of lasting peace and democracy following the brave actions of an unknown killer. Julius Caesar's plans to become king have finally been stopped by the courageous act of this unknown activist. No longer will Romans have to wake in fear of another tyranny, Rome is once again free to be ruled by the Senate and can again look brightly towards her future.
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