CoinWeek Podcast #154: Beware the Ides of March

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While the particulars of the Roman calendar, with its demarcation of kalends, nones, and ides, are now largely forgotten by those not ensconced in academia, one date, immortalized by a history-changing bloody coup and popularized by a famous bard from Stratford-Upon-Avon, remains in the collective consciousness and carries with it an ominous warning – BEWARE!

In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, CoinWeek Ancients writer Mike Markowitz lays down his pugio and tells you the gripping story of the death of Julius Caesar and its impact on coins.

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