Idi Di Marzo

Author: Valerio Massimo Manfredi
Editor: Edizioni Mondadori
ISBN: 885201067X
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Un thriller politico incalzante, un memorabile ritratto di Giulio Cesare e un'attualissima riflessione sul tema del potere e della democrazia.

Le Idi Di Marzo

Author: Colleen McCullough
Editor: Bur
ISBN: 8858677102
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Il romanzo racconta il culmine della parabola di Giulio Cesare dopo la vittoria a Farsalo contro Pompeo, l’amore per Cleopatra e la nascita del figlio Cesarione, i malumori dei circoli aristocratici che sfociano nella congiura di Bruto e Cassio, fino all’assassinio di Cesare e all’ascesa di Ottaviano, erede designato e futuro imperatore. In un turbinio di intrighi, battaglie e tormentate storie d’amore, Colleen McCullough ci mette davanti agli occhi uomini e donne d’eccezione - Cesare e il suo genio politico, Cleopatra regina innamorata, l’avido e brutale Marco Antonio, il giovane Ottaviano, feroce, vendicativo, destinato a fondare e guidare l’Impero - e racconta un’epoca capitale nella storia dell’umanità.

Idi Di Marzo

Author: Thornton Wilder
Editor:
ISBN: 9788838924729
Size: 13,90 MB
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Le Idi Di Marzo

Author: Sergio Flamigni
Editor:
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Idi Di Marzo Mancate

Author: Maurizio Costa
Editor: Soldiershop Publishing
ISBN: 8899158371
Size: 15,55 MB
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la storia delle idi di marzo rivisitate, con Cesare che non ne rimane vittima. Il testo è stato stimolato dalla lettura di un saggio che riferisce del programma di Cesare chiarendo quella che l'autore definisce una prpospettiva illuminista. Il divieto all'utilizzo del lavoro servile in agricoltura, ovvero un provvedimenmto decisamente favorevole ai populares e agli italici si accompagnava al taglio del canale di Corinto e all'unificazione di pesi e misure in area romana e altro. Poi, approfondendo le motivazioni dei cesaricidi, è emerso dalle letture che quegli uomini erano coinvolti nel pubblicanato e nel prestito a strozzo in Asia e nel settentrione africano. Sapendo che Cesare aveva mobilitato il suo amico Servilio Isaurico per contrastare la prevaricazione dei pubblicani contro coloro ai quali lui voleva estendere la cittadinanza. Lavoro dotto e interessante, consigliato a tutti gli appassionati di Cesare e della stroia romana antica

The October Horse

Author: Colleen McCullough
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743214692
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In her new book about the men who were instrumental in establishing the Rome of the Emperors, Colleen McCullough tells the story of a famous love affair and a man whose sheer ability could lead to only one end -- assassination. As The October Horse begins, Gaius Julius Caesar is at the height of his stupendous career. When he becomes embroiled in a civil war between Egypt's King Ptolemy and Queen Cleopatra, he finds himself torn between the fascinations of a remarkable woman and his duty as a Roman. Though he must leave Cleopatra, she remains a force in his life as a lover and as the mother of his only son, who can never inherit Caesar's Roman mantle, and therefore cannot solve his father's greatest dilemma -- who will be Caesar's Roman heir? A hero to all of Rome except to those among his colleagues who see his dictatorial powers as threats to the democratic system they prize so highly, Caesar is determined not to be worshiped as a god or crowned king, but his unique situation conspires to make it seem otherwise. Swearing to bring him down, Caesar's enemies masquerade as friends and loyal supporters while they plot to destroy him. Among them are his cousin and Master of the Horse, Mark Antony, feral and avaricious, priapic and impulsive; Gaius Trebonius, the nobody, who owes him everything; Gaius Cassius, eaten by jealousy; and the two Brutuses, his cousin Decimus, and Marcus, the son of his mistress Servilia, sad victim of his mother and of his uncle Cato, whose daughter he marries. All are in Caesar's debt, all have been raised to high positions, all are outraged by Caesar's autocracy. Caesar must die, they decide, for only when he is dead will Rome return to her old ways, her old republican self. With her extraordinary knowledge of Roman history, Colleen McCullough brings Caesar to life as no one has ever done before and surrounds him with an enormous and vivid cast of historical characters, characters like Cleopatra who call to us from beyond the centuries, for McCullough's genius is to make them live again without losing any of the grandeur that was Rome. Packed with battles on land and sea, with intrigue, love affairs, and murders, the novel moves with amazing speed toward the assassination itself, and then into the ever more complex and dangerous consequences of that act, in which the very fate of Rome is at stake. The October Horse is about one of the world's pivotal eras, relating as it does events that have continued to echo even into our own times.

Giulio Cesare Le Imprese Il Potere Le Idi Di Marzo

Author: Ermanno Detti
Editor:
ISBN: 9788847221697
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I Cesariani Dalle Idi Di Marzo Alla Costituzione Del Secondo Triumvirato

Author: Pio Grattarola
Editor: Tirrenia-Stampatori
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The Ides Of March

Author: Valerio Massimo Manfredi
Editor: McArthur & Co
ISBN: 1770870261
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The 15th of March, 44 BCE. A day of infamy. A day that fascinates scholars and writers. A crucial moment for humanity. The date of the assassination of the man who could have radically changed the history of the world. With THE IDES OF MARCH, Manfredi revisits the three days in the life of Julius Caesar that led to his assassination in the Senate – a death that set off waves of repercussions throughout the Roman world and beyond.