The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People's History of Ancient Rome Free Audiobook Download by Michael Parenti

The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People's History of Ancient Rome is a history book that argues that the Roman Republic fell not just because of the assassination but due to many other factors. Michael Parenti talks about how this event had a long-lasting effect on ancient Rome and its society.

Michael Parenti has been called one of the most important voices in political dissidence and history. This book is a collection of Parenti's lectures on Rome's recent history, starting with Julius Caesar's assassination and working through to the end of the empire.

There are many twists to the story of how Julius Caesar was assassinated. The Roman Senate was meeting to discuss what to do with the conspirators that had organized the assassination when a man entered the meeting and stabbed Caesar in the side. That assassin, Brutus, claimed he did it because of his love for Caesar. For his part, Brutus argued that he only killed Caesar as a means to an end, not out of personal hatred or revenge.

If you want to learn more about the assassination of Julius Caesar, this audiobook is a great choice. It's narrated by David Stifel who does an excellent job giving the reader insight on what it was like during the Roman Empire.

One of the most important books on the assassination of Julius Caesar is Michael Parenti's "The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People's History of Ancient Rome". This book is a popular history that argues that Caesar was killed by a group of Roman senators as part as a conspiracy to overthrow the republic, not by an angry mob.

Michael Parenti's book read by David Stifel chronicles the events of what is considered one of the most famous and influential Roman Emperors, Julius Caesar. Caesar was celebrated for his achievements on the battlefield as well as his contributions to Roman culture, but this book depicts that he also made grave mistakes that led to the civil wars after his death.

Published Date 2022-02-15
Duration 7 hours 19 minutes
Author Michael Parenti
Narrated David Stifel
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Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category History
Parent Category Ancient Civilizations, World

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