If you remember the play Julius Caesar from high school, you might think of today as a somewhat unlucky day. We'll chat with a historian about the Ides of March.
It's one of the most significant days in ancient history. On the 15th of March, more than two thousand years ago, the Roman leader Julius Caesar was assassinated.We still remember the warning he received before his murder: "beware the Ides of March." It was a line made famous by Shakespeare's tragedy, Julius Caesar. For more on the ominous Ides of March, talked to Angela Kalinowski.She teaches Roman history at the University of Saskatchewan.
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