Julius Caesar and the Devil’s Threeway: The Show Notes

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Here are some of the important people in this story. Crassus:

You’ve been Crassus rolled.


Always with the widow’s peak.



Our modern sources included:

Adrian Goldsworthy’s Caesar: Life of a Colossus

Jack Johnson’s Ambition without Boundaries: How Julius Caesar’s Thirst for Conquest Shaped the Ancient World, and Impacted the Modern One

Richard Bauman’s Women and Politics in Ancient Rome

We also relied on these ancient sources:

Plutarch’s Parallel Lives (Bernadotte Perrin translation):

Life of Caesar
Life of Crassus
Life of Pompey
Life of Cicero

Suetonius’ Twelve Caesars: Life of Caesar (J.C. Rolfe translation)

Cassius Dio’s Roman History (Earnest Cary translation)

Sallust’s War with Catiline (J.C. Rolfe translation)

Livy’s History of Rome (Rev. Canon Roberts translation)

1 Comment on Julius Caesar and the Devil’s Threeway: The Show Notes

  1. Working my way through the back catalogue, I didn’t even know there was a website too. Also great that years later there’s still new episodes coming!

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