Four years of bloody Civil War, with 100,000 Romans dead, all comes down to this place, this day, this battle – The Battle of Munda. Julius Caesar uses his big balls to take on Pompey’s brat sons and his old mate Labienus. According to Plutarch, Caesar later said “In the past I fought for victory – at Munda I fought for my life!” We also talk about Cicero’s book on Cato and Caesar’s reply, the Anti-Cato.



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