The Ides of March is now widely known as the day Julius Caesar was murdered in the Roman Senate. The Greek philosopher Plutarch wrote that Caesar was warned by a “seer” to be aware of that day. Read some of Plutarch’s essays here. William Shakespeare is probably responsible for making this day a part of the lexicon via his classic Julius Caesar play.
For me … I’m making Roman-Style Chicken from Giada deLaurentis.
EAT YOUR HISTORY!
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