Shaka Zulu and Julius Caesar throw down in a viral installment of "Epic Rap Battles of History." In our opinion, the African leader delivers another Ides of March to the Roman dictator with lyrics like, "I got the strength of a lion and the speed of a cheetah, and everyone knows you're just a chicken, Caesar." Hail, Shaka. Show More Summary
The historic Ford stage. Image courtesy of the Ford. In May 1916, an event occurred in rural Beachwood Canyon that forever changed the cultural landscape of Los Angeles. A production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, featuring a cast including Tyrone...
In May 1916, an event occurred in rural Beachwood Canyon that forever changed the cultural landscape of Los Angeles. A production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, featuring a cast including Tyrone Power Sr., was presented in the Canyon's vast natural...
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African warrior king Shaka Zulu faces off with Roman Empire ruler Julius Caesar in the latest episode of Epic Rap Battles of History.
The Emmy nominations were announced yesterday and there’s a mix of the expected (Jessica Lange for her final season on American Horror Story), the bizarre (the much-maligned biopic Grace of Monaco as Outstanding TV Movie) and the sublime (RuPaul‘s Drag Race‘s Mathu Andersen for Outstanding Makeup For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special). There are many, many […]
It's July 15th, which is way better than April 15th, and, if your name is Julius Caesar, March 15th. Depending on whom you root for, we're about 90 games into the 2015 MLB season. Mike Trout just won his second straight All-Star Game...Show More Summary
image credit Though his name has come to mean monarch or ruler, Julius Caesar was never an Emperor of Rome. However, first as Consul then as Dictator for life, he paved the way for the end of the Republic and the dawn of the Empire. A victorious general, popular political leader and prolific author, his memoirs are a vital historical source for the era. The Presurfer
Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog, Before leaving the house early one morning in 63 BC, an anxious Julius Caesar told his mother, “Today thou shalt see thy son either pontifex maximus… or an exile.” Caesar was running for his first BIG elected office- pontifex maximus, the high priest of Rome. Show More Summary
Say it ain't so!! On Sunday's Game of Thrones' season finale, it seemed that everyone's favorite Lord Commander received a Julius Caesar like death when members of the Night's Watch turned on him! Et tu, Olly?! However, Kit Harrington, AKA Jon Snow, confirmed that the show-runners, David Benioff and Dan Weiss, told him that his character was gone [...]
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is nothing new, having been used even in ancient Rome with the help of electric ray fish, according to Scribonius Largus, Julius Caesar’s own physician. A new TENS device soon to beShow More Summary
Julius Caesar lay dead. The senators who took his life stood dumbstruck, faced with the foul deed they had done, and then fled in a panic. Mark Antony stared at
Rather than put up a post every time one of my pieces comes out at Forbes, I have decided to collect them at all the end of the week. Here's what was on offer from May 11 through May 15: Alexander the Great's Father Found in Tomb with Foreign Princess. Show More Summary
Two medical doctors propose a radical new diagnosis for Julius Caesar's health issues: cardiovascular disease. Their theory calls into question a centuries-old suggestion that Caesar had epilepsy.
Julius Caesar decreed that only the Emperor could wear purple. Isn’t it fun to break the rules! Tibi Silk Faux-Wrap Dress $158, saksfifthavenue.com Robert Rose Fan Drop Earrings $32, nordstrom.com Alice + Olivia Menagerie Shoulder Bag...Show More Summary
Cassius: “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” Julius Caesar (I, ii, 140-141) The supernatural figures into more than a few crimes that are chronicled in The Malefactor’s Register, although most, if not all, can be
Scientists from Imperial College London have released new research arguing that Roman general Julius Caesar suffered from mini-strokes, going against previous diagnoses of epilepsy. More than 2,000 years since Caesar died - assassinated...Show More Summary
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2015 Nude statue of Julius Caesar. Photographed at The Musée du Louvre in Paris, France byMary Harrsch © 2008 A recently published article, "Has the diagnosis of a stroke been overlooked in the symptoms of Julius Caesar", by Francesco M. Show More Summary
Julius Caesar crumpled to the ground during the Battle of Thapsus in 46BC, and theories for the dizziness and limb weakness said to have caused that fall have ranged from epilepsy to malaria seizures and parasitic infection, the Guardian notes. But now two Imperial College London researchers have proposed his...
Roman emperor Julius Caesar may have suffered a series of mini-strokes, explaining his dark mood in later life, according to doctors at London’s Imperial College. Caesar, who lived from 100 to 44 BC, has long been the focus of medical debate, with the common assumption being that he suffered...