The Triumvirate of Caeser, Pompey and Crassus: "Rome's Last Citizen: 2 of 3: The Life and Legacy of Cato, Mortal Enemy of Caesar by Rob Goodman (Author), Jimmy Soni (Author)

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(Photo:English: Pompey the Great. Marble. Beginning of the 1st century A.D. Inv. No. 733. Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.

Date 16 April 2008

Source http://ancientrome.ru/art/artworken/img.htm?id=3262

Author Sergey Sosnovskiy

Susanna Braund argues that, were the poem to have been finished, it would have ended with Cato's death. )

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The Triumvirate of Caeser, Pompey and Crassus: "Rome's Last Citizen: 2 of 3: The Life and Legacy of Cato, Mortal Enemy of Caesar by Rob Goodman (Author), Jimmy Soni (Author)

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"A truly outstanding piece of work. What most impresses me is the book's ability to reach through the confusing dynastic politics of the late Roman Republic to present social realities in a way intelligible to the modern reader. Rome's Last Citizen entertainingly restores to life the stoic Roman who inspired George Washington, Patrick Henry and Nathan Hale. This is more than a biography: it is a study of how a reputation lasted through the centuries from the end of one republic to the start of another."―David Frum, DailyBeast columnist, former White House speech writer, and New York Times bestselling author of The Right Man