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, XVIII, 31, (2018). ISSN 1695-6214 © Andrés Lorente González, 2018
suficiente reputación militar y pudiendo contraer sus deudas, el siguiente paso
fue presentar su candidatura al senado, apartado en el que finaliza este trabajo.
The following work focuses on the short period Julius Caesar held the
administration, first as quaestor (69 B.C.) and then as Praetor (61 B.C.). It
should be bear in mind that, even though he developed a political-
administrative program, he stayed in charge a shorter period of time than
other positions, but laid the foundation of his figure in a territory used for
personal promotion itself. In this regard, it is noticeable how he makes contact
during quaestorship, establishing relationships that will help them to settle in
the town, and having an experience in the temple of Hercules. Not to forget
the support of Lucio Cornelio Balbo, a resident of Gades with whom he
established an important relationship that his quaestorship ended and he went
through a bridging period. That made him to accumulate debts while trying to
approach the most important political figure in Rome at that time, Pompey.
When he returns to Hispania in 61 B.C., after the draw of the provinces
where he was assigned Hispania Ulterior, he became the praetorship. When
he established himself on the territory, he did not do it in the same way as its
predecessors, since he enacted a policy of loots and wills to the people in the
territory and imposed the Roman civitas to annex the territory and to manage
it jointly. The campaign of Lusitania was essential to achieve all of this. Thus
he ended his period in Hispania and the subject of my work. He returned to
Rome after getting enough military reputation and as he was able to get into
debts, the next step was to file his candidacy to the Senate.
Palabras Clave
Julio César, cuestor, pretor, Hispania Ulterior, clientelas, programa
administrativopolítico, civitas romana.