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What are the ?

During the late Roman Republic, a new year?s festival was held on the in which people would gather a mile outside of Rome on the Via Flaminia by the banks of the Tiber River. (5 years ago)

The (2011)

An idealistic staffer for a new presidential candidate gets a crash course on dirty politics during his stint on the campaign trail. (6 days ago)

: What is it and why should we 'beware?'

March has 31 days, so the is on March 15. Roman dictator Julius Caesar heard ? and ignored ? the infamous warning about the in the first act of Shakespeare?s play (7 months ago)

What is the and why should we beware?

SAN FRANCISCO ? March 15 is the . But there's no need to be on guard. Julius Caesar probably should have been. But then, he blew off the soothsayer who told him to "beware the Ides (2 years ago)

Beware the ! Julius Caesar's Fateful Day

The ("Eidus Martiae" in Latin) is a day on the traditional Roman calendar that corresponds to the date of March 15th on our current calendar. Today the date is commonly associated with bad luck, a reputation that it earned at the end of the reign of the Roman emperor Julius Caesar (100?43 BCE). (8 months ago)

What exactly are the ?

The marked the day the Julius Caesar was assassinated by members of the Roman Senate in 44 B.C.E. A soothsayer, or psychic, warns Caesar to beware the day, but Caesar doesn't heed him. (2 years ago)

The (band)

The began in Berwyn, Illinois (a near western suburb of Chicago) on October 16, 1964, as a four-piece band called "The Shon-Dels." Their first record , "Like It Or Lump It," was released on their own "Epitome" record label in 1965. (5 days ago)

Top Ten Reasons to Beware the | History

Top Ten Reasons to Beware the March 15 will live in infamy beyond the murder of Julius Caesar. Here are 10 events that occurred on that date Tom Frail is a senior editor for (9 years ago)

Definition of Ides

in the Roman calendar the 15th of March or May or July or October or the 13th of any other month

Definition of March

the month following February and preceding April; the act of marching walking with regular steps especially in a procession of some kind; a steady advance; a procession of people walking together; district consisting of the area on either side of a border or boundary of a country or an area; genre of music written for marching; a degree granted for the successful completion of advanced study of architecture in a procession; force to; walk fast with regular or measured steps walk with a stride; in protest take part in a demonstration; walk ostentatiously; cause to or go at a marching pace; lie adjacent to another or share a boundary