The anniversary of William Shakespeare's death is getting proper attention. Here is a famous illustration of the man's genius from the film based on the play, Julius Caesar: Antony's funeral oration.
The wounds were still fresh on this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, especially when Shakespeare tragedy, Julius Caesar, was quoted and Ramona Singer was compared… READ ON
On a trip to Spain when he was about 31, Julius Caesar came across a statue of Alexander the Great—and started to cry. This was shortly after the death of Caesar's wife, many years before he would transform the Roman Empire. A low-level...Show More Summary
The Roman Republic was decaying long before Julius Caesar marched on the city in 49 B.C. and toppled it for good. One of the pivotal moments in that decay came just three decades earlier, during the brief dictatorship of Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix. Comparisons between 21st century America and the...
March 15, 2016 — Just as 2060 years ago today, the Ides of March 44BC, Julius Caesar uttered his last words, “Et tu, Brute” when he was without warning murdered, today fierce competitors without warning are attacking established businesses and seemingly overnight taking over the leadership position. Most attacks come through [...]
"Great Caesar's Ghost!" indeed.
Todd Klein on Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 1. James Kaplan on Turncoat #1. John Kelly has an article up at Comics Workbook on Bill Griffith's Weird Pittsburgh. here's 13 comic book Julius Caesars. there is a lovely Ed Graham on-line...Show More Summary
Tuesday, March 15th is known throughout political circles as the Ides of March. The term originated more than 2,000 years ago and marks the date of the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 B.C.E., transforming the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. Show More Summary
It’s March 15, also known as the Ides of March, the day that Julius Caesar famously got whacked. Which makes today a great opportunity to sit down and watch some YouTube tutorials on ancient Roman hairstyles. Read more...
Caesar's death paved the way for the Roman empire after a bloody cycle of civil wars, and secured him the hallowed immortality he always craved Spurinna was a haruspex. His calling was vital, if a little unusual, requiring him to see the future in the warm entrails of sacrificial animals. Show More Summary
It’s the ides of March, but Donald Trump, cast as a bloviating, bellicose Julius Caesar in this political play, isn’t facing his doom.
The Ides of March has become a memorandum of sorts for the brutal murder of poor old Julius Caesar, but on today it means free ice cream from Dairy Queen! March 15, marks free cone day at Dairy Queen, per annual tradition. Participating Dairy Queen stores will be packed today as patrons figure out how... Show More Summary
Beware: It’s the Ides of March. Related: When Julius Caesar was kidnapped by pirates Watching a log cabin hand-built from scratch will make you want to live in a forest. A series of 1917 photographs of the Lincoln Memorial’s construction...Show More Summary
On this very date, on the Ides of March some 2,060 years ago, Julius Caesar was stabbed to death on the floor of the Roman Senate.…
Brown Paper Box Co.'s eight-person cast is diverse in race and gender, and acclaimed director Lavina Jadhwani guides her cast in intelligent choices from beginning to end. This Julius Caesar will have you thinking for days afterwards. Highly Recommended! (read Lauren Whalen's entire review...)
Video: The assassination of Julius Caesar and which has served as guide for The Tory Party in the past on deposing leaders. Nota bene, the video contains graphic violence not suitable for minors nor those of a delicate disposition. The Tory Party has a ruthless tradition of deposing leaders even the electorally successful ones, unlike […]
What would you do if someone gave you the gift of an entire day? Well, you're in luck. Thanks to Julius Caesar, we get an extra day every four years, and this February 29th you have the chance to put that windfall to good use. Caesar...Show More Summary
In Roman times Julius Caesar was famously murdered when he wouldn't play ball with the powers that be. Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men found a modern equivalent for Caesar in the story of the rise and fall of Huey Long, the legendary governor of Louisiana. Show More Summary
Slick version of well-known play uses animation to boost understanding
12 Famous Quotes Updated for Millennials Bible: Let he who is without sin podcast throwing the first stone Shakespeare's Julius Caesar: iCame, iSaw, iConquered Rene DeCartes: I think therefore I.M. Admiral John Paul Jones: Don't shoot...Show More Summary