Spanish Researchers Find the Exact Spot Where Julius Caesar Was Stabbed
There are 1 comment on the California Computer News story from Oct 13, 2012, titled Spanish Researchers Find the Exact Spot Where Julius Caesar Was Stabbed. In it, California Computer News reports that:
Several ancient Roman texts describe the assassination of Julius Caesar in Rome, at the Curia of Pompey in 44 BC, which was the result of a plot among a group of senators to eliminate the General.
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#1 Oct 13, 2012
Here you can see the spot on a map: http://vici.org/vici/Location_of_the_assassin...
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