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I, Caesar: The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire

Julius Caesar's ambition created a colossal empire, and he gave his name to the rulers who succeeded him. He has been a symbol of power and majesty for 2,000 years.
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Overview

Julius Caesar's ambition created a colossal empire, and he gave his name to the rulers who succeeded him. He has been a symbol of power and majesty for 2,000 years. But to his countryman, Caesar was an upstart, a gambler and a tyrant who destroyed the Roman Republic and paved the way for the rule of emperors.

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Julius Ceasar: I Am Not King but Caesar

01: Julius Ceasar: I Am Not King but Caesar

Julius Caesar's ambition created a colossal empire, and he gave his name to the rulers who succeeded him. He has been a symbol of power and majesty for 2,000 years.

49 min
Augustus: First of the Emperors

02: Augustus: First of the Emperors

Caesar's military brilliance forged a new Rome, but it was Augustus' political genius that made it an empire for the ages.

49 min
Nero: The Power and the Madness

03: Nero: The Power and the Madness

He was 17 when he took the throne, and during his capricious, fourteen-year rule, Nero almost brought the Empire to ruin. He was unable to quell rebellions and he had many political enemies killed.

49 min
Hadrian: Within These Walls

04: Hadrian: Within These Walls

He overturned centuries-old policies, declaring an end to expansions and abandoning far-flung territories. Hadrian was an enthusiastic patron of the arts.

49 min
Constantine: Bearing the Cross

05: Constantine: Bearing the Cross

Constantine revitalized a fading empire and built a glittering new capital that would stand for over 1,000 years. But his strongest legacy is religion.

49 min
Justinian: Last of the Romans

06: Justinian: Last of the Romans

He lived more than 500 years after Caesar. He ruled from Constantinople, not Rome. But Justinian restored the Empire to its former glory one last time.

49 min