It is known that Caesar did not want to accept the royal title, and Cromwell – the royal one. Are the reasons for this the same?

The reasons are somewhat different. Caesar did not want to accept the title “river, so as not to offend the senators and ordinary people of Rome beyond measure (the legionaries would be pleased with the triumph of their leader). Cromwell was afraid of offending the soldiers of the Republican army, reviving the royal title “king” that he hated.

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