Crassus puts forth a motion to the senate as the

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Crassus puts forth a motion to the Senate as the Roman tax collectors in Asia. So he asks  concession for tax collection and is blocks in Senate by Cato the Younger. Caesar, who was governor of Spain, asks for a triumps and wants to run for consul, in 60  BC. He asks for an exception. By law you can only have a triump if you still hold  imperium But you can’t keep  imperium  when you’re in Rome. Cato the Younger thinks it is not  traditional.  All these men unite and try to go against Cato the Younger and to share power. Caesar becomes consul and they all intermarry Caesar and Pompey makes patronage to Rome (voting booths and stone theater of  Pompey) Crassus invades Parthian (Persian) Empire and dies Pompey joins forces of the  optimates  and Caesar is with the  populares Pompey eventually sides with Cato Caesar asks for the ability to stand for election as a consul without putting down  imperium   Senate says no so they kill Mark Anthony (A Tribune of the Plebs) Caesar crosses his army across the province, which was illegal from Sulla’s law. Caesar  says it’s to protect the rights of the Tribune of the Plebs since MarcAnthony dies Caesar takes the power of the Dictator and privaledges and named  dictator perpetuo  in 44  BC After 44BC, people who Caesar pardoned, they stab Caesar
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