The ‘expansion’ of the dictatorship led to the crisis. Caesar's decision to identify his own real power indefinitely with the traditional, constitutional dictatorship was not in reality a matter of choice. The dictatorship was the only instrument that allowed him freedom of action with respect to his followers. The stages through which the ‘revitalisation’ of the dictatorship had been achieved by the beginning of the civil war are reviewed.
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