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Caesar's Women Setting & Symbolism

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Roman Forum

The Roman Forum is the center of all public life located in Rome. It is a large open space surrounded by buildings devoted to politics, law, religion, and business.

Gold of Tolosa

The Gold of Tolosa consists of more than 50,000 fifteen pound gold bars that was taken from the city of Tolosa when Servilia's grandfather Caepio the Elder raided the city. When the gold along with huge amounts of silver was sent to Rome, the wagons were attacked and the gold was stolen. It is believed that Caepio the Elder orchestrated the theft and kept the gold for his family. It has never been proven, but the Caepio are known for being extremely wealthy.

Italian Gaul

Italian Gaul is the province on the other side of the Alps, divided into two areas by the Padus River. Caesar requests the proconsulship of Italian Gaul and is the...

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