Lecturer: Chiara Strazzulla
Tuesday 4.30-6.30 PM
£20 – notes only £10
He was the defining political figure of many a moment in the later Roman Republic. Lawyer, consul, philosopher, public speaker, few men left such an imprint on their time as Marcus Tullius Cicero did.
Yet at the end of his career the great politician made a crucial mistake, one that would cost him his life…
Was Cicero a victim of political turmoil? Could his death have been avoided? Who was truly responsible for it? We do a deep dive in the Roman Civil Wars to find an answer to these questions.
No Reviews found for this course.