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Title Eight Days That Made Rome : Crossing The Rubicon - Ep 3.

Published Australia : SBS [broadcaster], 2018 February 18 at 19:35:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2017.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (42 min. 39 sec.) ; 247915263 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Historian Bettany Hughes looks at the day in 49BC that Julius Caesar led his army across the River Rubicon. By doing so he ignored the orders of the Roman Senate, and effectively declared war on his rivals in Rome. In time, it would prove a fatal blow to the Republic - the system of elected officials that had governed for nearly half a millennium. Hughes analyses Caesar's character and reveals how new theories about his health shed light on his decision-making, while archaeological finds recently dredged from a Dutch river reveal the true genocidal horror of his conquest of Gaul.
Audience Classification MA ACMA.
Other author Alborough, Roger, actor.
Dimitrov, Martin, actor.
Dimitrova, Diana, actor.
Dossev, Dobrin, actor.
Ellis, Jack, actor.
Ganchev, Stanislaw, actor.
Georgiev, Boris, actor.
Rahal, Bashar, actor.
Rashev, Dani, actor.
Williams, Nathan Dean, actor.
Hughes, Bettany, host.
Subject Excavations (Archaeology)
History, Ancient -- Historiography.
Imaginary wars and battles.
Kings and rulers, Ancient.
Romans.
War and civilization.
Drama.