029 - Stubborn Nags of Ancient Rome, Part V

History's Trainwrecks

Jan 15 2022 • 24 mins


The ancient Roman Republic was under threat from all sides. Catiline's insurgency was coming to a head. Cicero was dictator of Rome. Julius Caesar, Pompey Magnus, and Marcus Crassus waited to see how it all turned out. Rome stood on the brink of empire, and the only one trying to stop it was Cato the Younger. He had his work cut out for him.

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