Investigating the role of Caesarians in the attempt on the life of G. Julius Caesar on 15th March
44 BC, the author of the article makes an attempt to explain several issues connected with this
First of all, he establishes the criteria serving the purpose of distinguishing Caesarians.
He defines them analysing the ways of presenting politicians connected with who participated
in his murder typical of the authors of Ancient source texts and contemporary historians. He also
brings the profiles of assassinators closer and clarifies motives which could make the senators
befriended with Caesar act against their protector and leader. Having presented the very issues, the
author discusses the role of Caesarians in the attempt on the life of G. Julius Caesar. He considers
it relatively thoroughly, examining the activity of the best‑known
Caesarians in the conspiracy
organized against Caesar and in the course of the assassination which ended in his death on a day
of the Ids of March in 44.