In April 46, Caesar had celebrated four battle wins. The four wars that were celebrated were: The war in Gaul, The war is Egypt, The war against Pharnaces of Pontus and The war against King Juba and Numidia. He was careful not to label anything because the Civil Wars were dishonorable to himself and bad for the Romans. In a parade, he carried twenty varied pictures from the triumphs showing the events and who were involved in them, except for Pompey because he was missed by everyone. Everyone was thrilled over Achillas and Pothinus and laughed at Pharnaces. 65,000 talents were shown in the parade and also there was 2,822 golden crowns weighing 20,414 pounds. He gave 5,000 denarii to each soldier, to each centurion double that amount, military and cavalry double, and each member of Plebs one hundred denarii. There was various shows, horse-racing, musical contests, and combats. He built the temple of Venus Genetrix and around it he laid out a square for the Romans where people could meet for business.