Constantine is an enigma and his legacy is perhaps the greatest of any Roman emperor. The story of how he brought Christianity to the western world is one of war, love, treachery and murder.
The Jewish Revolt was the biggest rebellion in Roman history threatening to destabilise the empire. At this time Rome turned to General Vespasian and his son Titus who unleashed the might of Rome on the Jewish people.
Rome was once a democratic society with regular elections to ensure no one held too much power. This republic lasted for 500 years and was finally brought down because of a young brave soldier named Tiberius Gracchus.
Probably the most famous Roman of them all, Caesar overthrew a 500 year old republic and seized power for himself in perhaps the single greatest turning point in the history of Rome.
Part love story, part cautionary tale, this episode shows how the ruler of a quarter of the people in the known world went insane and took Rome to the edge of ruin.
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