What is the Ides of March?



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denarius julius caesar. Jennifer Mei

It's the day when Roman Emperor Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44BC. It's marked on the 15 March. The phrase "Beware the Ides of March" comes from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar Act 1 Scene 2, when Caesar is given a warning by a soothsayer. People now use it at a phrase, especially in politics, but there's no particular reason to.

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