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First of all, Caesar is never actually seen among the gods; secondly, his assassins' punishment is never hinted at; finally, the protagonist's post-mortem apotheosis--featured for example in Caesar's Revenge--is a traditional literary motif that Alexander drew either from Seneca's Hercules Furens through Marc Antoine Muret's Iulius Caesar (c.
There is a thorough analysis of Muret's tragedy Iulius Caesar, the most important and influential of the works collected in the Juvenilia (omitted from Summers's recent edition of the Juvenilia).
Pierre Lardet offers an analysis of Iulius Caesar Scaliger's De causis linguae Latinae, a grammatical treatise with a philosophical perspective published in 1540.