81. Octavian And Antony (Part 1)

In this episode we talk about the tumultuous final decades of the Roman Republic and the early responses of Mark Antony and Octavian to the assassination of Julius Caesar. Dan McGinnis returns as guest.

 

 

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6 thoughts on “81. Octavian And Antony (Part 1)”

  1. Adrian Zelisko says:

    You mixed up Crassus with Croesus.

    1. Adam Adam says:

      Hi Adrian,

      Would you mind expanding a bit? I’m pretty sure everything we said was about Crassus, but if I’m missing something I’d love to know about it!

  2. Adrian Zelisko says:

    “To be rich like…” was suppose to be rich like Croesus, a king of Lydia.
    Not Crassus from Rome.
    Sorry for my english, it’s not my first language.

    1. Adam Adam says:

      Oh interesting, you’re absolutely right! I had no idea. Thank you very much. So the information was okay other than that specific saying, which I’d always thought was about Crassus due to his vast wealth. I learned something new today!

      Don’t worry about your English at all, it’s better than plenty of native speakers you see on the internet 🙂

      Thanks once again! I’ll make a note to add a correction.

  3. Adrian Zelisko says:

    “In Greek and Persian cultures the name of Croesus became a synonym for a wealthy man. Croesus’ wealth remained proverbial beyond classical antiquity: in English, expressions such as “rich as Croesus” or “richer than Croesus” are used to indicate great wealth to this day. ”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Croesus

  4. Adrian Zelisko says:

    Yeah, just a detail but I thought it’s an interesting one:) Love Your podcast man;)

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