Julius Caesar’s enemies assassinated him because
A. they were angry with him for his military failures in Gaul.
B. they feared he planned to make himself king of Rome.
C. they were opposed to ...
... his expansion into other lands.
D. they were fearful when he refused to disband his army.
the answer is B. they feared he planned to make himself king of Rome.
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