Killing Jesus - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard
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Summary

On March 15, 44BC, it is 11 a.m. in Rome as dictator Julius Caesar is conveyed to his meeting with the Roman Senate with only an hour to live, and while he is concerned by rumors of his death, he has no clue how imminent it is. Caesar is the most powerful man in the world, and though he indulged his wife, Calpurnia’s, fears and canceled the meeting with the Senate, his great general Decimus Brutus convinced him to ignore his wife’s fears by insinuating he will be named King of Rome before he leaves to subjugate the Parthians. Disregarding another soothsayer’s warning, Caesar steps from the litter to join the Senate, hopeful of being pronounced King. Instead, assassins await Caesar’s arrival, and among these are some of his closest friends and allies who fear his growing power.

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