The Romans are in an organisational frenzy. Grab your red tape and sword, we’re off to 443 BCE for a little bureaucracy and war in Ardea.
Tag: Titus Quinctius Capitolinus Barbatus
Rome is ruled by three military tribunes with consular power. What happens with three men in place of the consuls? We find out!
It’s 445 BCE and the republic is still young enough to fail. How will Rome face the chaos outside while weakened from internal conflict?
After seizing power, the decemvirs under Appius Claudius realise that they might need the Senate as Rome faces war on two fronts!
The Romans find themselves on the wrong end of Aequian aggression and its not long before we meet Cloelius Gracchus!
Our jaunt through the history of ancient Rome continues apace! In this episode we cover c. 472-1 BCE. Dr Radness is reading Livy and Dr G is reading Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the comparisons of our sources is quite something! The main stars are the tribunes Volero and Laertorius.