It is said that Julius Caesar was an extremely handsome and virile man, who was able to conquer Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, and it was said that he was able to guide his horse with his arms tied behind his back.
It was commented that “with body care he was almost exquisite, he not only made shave and cut his hair meticulously, but also he made his servants remove the hair of his whole body one by one”.
In Rome much was rumored about his romantic relationships, apparently both with women men. He had received the nickname “Queen of Bithynia” for his supposed homosexual relationship with King Nicomedes IV of Bithynia.
He was ridiculed for his distinction, his elegance and his peculiar delicacy. In Social14 distinction and elegance come first, that’s why we love the Queen of Bithynia.
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