Julius Caesar assassinated on the Ides of March In 44 bce Roman dictator Julius Caesar was launching a series of political and social reforms when he was assassinated this day, the Ides of March, by a group of nobles, among whom were Cassius and Brutus. According to Plutarch, a soothsayer warned Caesar to be on his guard on the Ides (or midpoint) of March. But the warning came a 'long time afore' the actual assassination. On the day itself (March 15) Caesar met the soothsayer again and told him, 'The Ides of March be come. Image: The Tusculum portrait, possibly the only surviving sculpture of Caesar made during his lifetime. Archaeological Museum, Turin, Italy.
Remains of Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, England

Hadrian’s Wall and Vindolanda – Remains of a Roman Britain

Here is a video and blogpost on Hadrian's Wall and Vindolanda - Remains of a Roman Britain, They ruled for 400 years and built forts, roads and walls.

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