Cicero wrote: "History is the witness of the times...."
But could history be a false witness? Revelations and interpretations of historical events are sometimes questioned and their veracity disputed.
Theories of conspiracies surface when cover ups are suspected.
The three short stories in this Roman trilogy are purely fictional and not based on facts. They aim to show alternative scenarios of Julius Caesar's death based on the different perception of three women.
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