Atia and her family have stayed behind when Pompey and others fled and she now throws a party for her triumphant uncle, Julius Caesar. She clearly has her sights set on the great leader and is puzzled when he sends her a guest list that includes Servilia of the Junii. She soon finds out why. Pompey wants to find out what happened to the gold from the Roman Treasury and sends his son Quintus to Rome to find out what happened. They go directly to Vorenus' home but he has no idea what they are talking about. Pullo arrives however and Vorenus tells him to go directly to Caesar himself and explain. Octavian meanwhile learns of one of his uncle's secrets. Written by
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Although most scholars believe Caesar suffered from epilepsy, other possible ailments include absence seizures or possibly hypoglycemia, which can induce fits similar to epilepsy. See more
It is obvious that Mark Anthony is circumcised in his scene with Vorenus. This would not be the case. Only Jews, Jewish Christians, and some Egyptians would be circumcised in this era. See more
I dare say I can kill a man, so long as he's not fighting back.