🎧 Clodius: Best Villain of the Roman Republic?
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Rome saw some of the most gruesome battles in the Late Republic as violence had gotten out of control, aided by the escapades of Titus Annius Milo and Clodius Pulcher. A feud of large portions, that ultimately lead to murder, but what were the events leading up to this brutal killing. And amongst the orchestrated chaos, did anything good arise from their rein? In this episode, Tristan is joined by Historian and Author Dr. Emma Southon as they discuss the lives and legacy of Milo and Clodius, taking us through the case of the fatal day of 18 January 52 BC that left Rome divided.
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