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Posca (Character)
from "Rome" (2005)

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Rome: :  -- A saga centered set during the last years of Julius Caesar's reign, centered on two Roman soldiers, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo, and their families.
Rome: :  -- A saga centered set during the last years of Julius Caesar's reign, centered on two Roman soldiers, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo, and their families.
Rome: :  -- A saga centered set during the last years of Julius Caesar's reign, centered on two Roman soldiers, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo, and their families.

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  1. "Rome"
        - Deus Impeditio Esuritori Nullus (No God Can Stop a Hungry Man) (2007) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Woodeson
        - A Necessary Fiction (2007) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Woodeson
        - Death Mask (2007) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Woodeson
        - Philippi (2007) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Woodeson
        - Testudo et Lepus (The Tortoise and the Hare) (2007) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Woodeson
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From "Rome: Pharsalus (#1.7)" (2005)
[Caesar orders the army to prepare for battle]
Posca: We are outnumbered three to one on foot and five to one on horse. What uninjured men you have are scared and hungry and desperate.
Gaius Julius Caesar: That is the advantage we must press home.
Posca: I was not aware that irony had military usage.
Gaius Julius Caesar: We must win or die. Pompey's men have other options.
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