Caesar Part 3: The Real Story of the Ides of March
In this episode of The Brain Food Show, we start out by discussing in more detail the events surrounding Caesar’s momentous decision to cross the Rubicon, then jump into the real story of what happened on the Ides of March which isn’t exactly the one popular history remembers largely thanks to the notable play by Shakespeare.
Over the course of the episode we also discuss why likely most every quote you’ve ever read from Socrates was not actually something Socrates said, among other tangents.
And just a small correction: “Sherlock” not “Shakespeare” (You’ll know when you get there.)
This is part 3 of our 4 part series on Julius Caesar. Stay tuned next time for when we look at a variety of interesting facts related to what we’ve discussed in parts 1-3.
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I’ve really enjoyed these podcasts. I’ve spent a good potion of this last school year teaching about Julius Caesar and the history of the Roman Republic. It’s just nice to sit back and listen to these discussions.