Discussion in 'Archive: Census and Games' started by Tyi-Maet_Nefer, Mar 10, 2007.
Gaius Julius Caesar.
Caesar. He had a bigger influence on the world as a whole--two entire millennia were shaped off of his work and the entire history of the world was altered for good. He's responsible in a great deal for the Western world and its influence over the rest of the planet.
Didn't see that one coming.
This one was SO hard!! Damn! I'm sorry Mr. Albert, my vote goes to
Exactly. Caesar's name literally became the title for rulers throughout the world.
My vote is for
Thank goodness for the 3rd place result.
Albert Einstein ftw
Caesar's influence isn't quite that grand. He only ruled briefly before his murder. Even the influence of Rome was short-lived; within a few hundred years, it collapsed and Europe descended into a millenium of chaos. I don't see how Caesar secured Western influence over the globe. If anything, that began around the 16th century--long after Caesar's death.
Julius ,simply due to the fact I want some variety because Albert won the Senate title. In any other competiton Albert would have gotten my vote.
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