An academic and graphic account of the rule of the famously narcissistic Roman Emperor Commodus, who inherited the Roman Empire from his father, Marcus Aurelius, at the height of its expansion in the second century AD, told over a backdrop of violence, sex, and corruption. —Craig
Narrator states that Julius Caesar is stabbed on March 14th, thus reinventing history's Ides of March, being March 15.
- Aug 11, 2018
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