Picking up exactly where Season One left off on the Ides of March, 44 BC, Caesar has been assassinated, stabbed to death, and his bloody corpse lays in the senate. The rapidly spreading news shocks the city. Even consul Marc Antony must run to the safety of Atia's house where he swears to take bloody revenge on Caesar's murderers, but for the time flees with Caesar's family to the north. But Octavian keeps a cooler head then his mother. Calpurnia insists on the private reading of Caesar's will, which names Gaius Octavian as his adopted son and full heir and makes a gift to each citizen while freeing Posca (the slave who reads it out) with a stipend, but they must fear a rightful tyrannicide will be declared allowing full confiscation. Octavian points out legally declaring Caesar a tyrant would also invalidate all his deeds, including mandates held from him, so Brutus' followers have an interest in a full pardon instead. Hearing about Vorinus accidental killing of Niobe, Pullo rushes ...
Did You Know?
Contrary to popular belief, coins are not put on the eyes to pay the "ferryman" to crossover. The appropriate way is as in Niobes funeral, put under the tongue so as when she enters her first word would be to pay the "ferryman" for her journey to the afterlife. See more
After the death of Caesar the slave Posca becomes a freedman and starts working for Mark Antony. However, under the Roman code of patronage freedmen remained in service with their former master and subsequent heir. So Posca should have started working for Octavian, not Mark Antony. See more
Mother, I must stay in Rome.
Atia of the Julii
I must stay in Rome. I am Caesar's son. I must protect my legal rights.
There's blood? Quite the little Spartan.
Opening Montage (Point Pleasant score)
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