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Julius Caesar Revealed - BBC one

last modified Feb 13, 2018 11:37 AM
Mary Beard looks into some of the big questions surrounding one of the most prominent rulers in history.

On Monday 12th February at 9pm, Mary Beard and the BBC endeavoured to reveal the truth about the famous Roman emperor - Julius Caesar.

Who was Julias Caesar and how does his influence resonate in our everyday lives? How have dictators since utilised his PR tricks in striving to achieve autonomous power? 

Catch up with the episode HERE.

PHOTO CREDIT: BBC

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