created another cipher that now bears his name.
The conspirators presented Caesar
with a bogus petition to return power to the Senate, but the moment he began to read it, the conspirators stabbed him to death, ending his rule on a dramatic note.
Cicero's aphoristic lines transcend their context as a mild rebuke of the frightened Casca; they are the focus of the entire play, encapsulating the manner by which characters and events, especially Caesar
and his assassination, are interpreted in the play.
Narrator C: The following year, Caesar
receives a military command that includes the Roman province of Cisalpine Gaul.
In spite of the scandal, Caesar
, returning to Rome after Sulla's death, was able to build a creditable career as an advocate and gained a reputation as an unusually powerful and persuasive orator.
Then reality returned: one soldier with part of his calf blown off; another who would lose an arm; and Caesar
, unaware that his right leg was dangling by skin below the knee.
The most common explanation is that Caesar
was using die as the singular of dice (as in the gaming cubes).
Both God and Caesar
set up services for the disadvantaged, though it was hard to compare what they were doing, because they approached the problem so differently.
project came about as the result of ongoing efforts by the seven nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Consultation, Command and Control Agency, under the sponsorship of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, to foster interoperability of national ground surveillance systems and to promote integration of the data from these systems into NATO command and control systems.
VEGETARIAN: pancakes, eggs, French toast, waffles, omelet, hash browns, cold cereals, garden salad, Boca Burger, mozzarella sticks, onion rings, baked potato, cottage cheese, green beans, Baby carrots, corn, dressings (bleu cheese, French, Thousand Island, Caesar
, creamy Italian, ranch), honey mustard sauce, chocolate silk pie, cheesecake pie, cheese pizza, sugar cone, dinner roll
Into this void comes Cutter's Island: Caesar
in Captivity, a new novel by Vincent Panella that narrates the forty-odd days when Caesar
, then 24, was held for ransom by pirates.