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By W. Jeffrey Tatum

Through studying his army and political profession, domestic lifestyles and relationships with girls, Always i'm Caesar presents a shiny portrait of Caesar’s existence and the days of historic Rome in the course of its transition from republic to empire.

  • Provides a richer portrait of Caesar’s lifestyles via viewing him from a number of viewpoint and touching on him to broader Roman society
  • Explores facets of Caesar’s profession in cultural and social terms
  • Engaging and witty type will attract common readers

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