On the Ides of March 44 B.C. the history of Rome veered off its preprogramed course. Julius Caeser was ambitious, and his ambitions caused him to be hated and then finally assassinated by some of his closest friends. It is a web of greed, jealousy and bloodshed. One that didn’t simply end the rule of one dictator, but rather birthed the reign of countless others.
IT IS ONE OF HISTORY’S DARKEST CHAPTERS.
FOUR ROMAN LEGIONS SURROUND JERUSALEM.
AT THE COMMAND OF GENERAL TITUS THEY DESTROY THE CITY AND ITS TEMPLE.
OVER A MILLION PEOPLE PERISH.
THE FALL OF JERUSALEM, A STORY OF LOST OPPORTUNITIES, AND FORGOTTEN WARNINGS.