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The Ides of March: the Context and Consequences of Caesar’s Death

March 14 and 15; 3:00 PM
Villa Auditorium
Free

From the Consulship to the Ides: Julius Caesar and the Fall of the Roman Republic 59–44 B.C.
Saturday, March 14th

Historian Stefan Chrissanthos chronicles the dramatic rise and sudden fall of Gaius Julius Caesar and his prominent role in the collapse of the Roman Republic. Before the talk, learn the dangers that threaten all republics and visit our soothsayers to experience a sheep's-liver-reading of the sort Caesar foolishly ignored in 44 B.C.

 

The Month that Changed Rome–and the World: March 15-April 15, 44 B.C.
Sunday, March 15th

Historian Edward Watts discusses the assassination of Julius Caesar and how the battle over his legacy transformed Rome’s future. Before the talk, learn the dangers that threaten all republics and visit our soothsayers to experience a sheep's-liver-reading of the sort Caesar foolishly ignored in 44 B.C.

 

 

 

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Saturday, March 14
3:00 PM
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3:00 PM

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