During his reign, he was supported and influenced by the Order of the Ancients. Because of this, on 24 January 41 CE, the Roman Hidden One Leonius assassinated Caligula with a dagger in an underground corridor beneath Palatine Hill.
- In 1503, the Italian Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze compared Cesare Borgia–Captain General of the Papal armies and a member of the Templar Order–to Caligula, due to his cruel and tyrannical manner of ruling.
- Historically, Caligula was assassinated by three of his Praetorian Guard, led by Cassius Chaerea.
- In the Latin language, Caligula means "little boot", a nickname he acquired as a toddler when his father brought him to the battlefield dressed in a miniature military outfit.
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