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C.E. Stevens

Caesar once crossed the Thames on the back of an animal previously unseen by Britons. Here, C.E. Stevens assesses just how much of a historical anomaly this pairing was.

The Rubicon to the right of Cesena, at Pisciatello

C.E. Stevens explains how, by crossing the Rubicon, Julius Caesar challenged the power of the Roman Senate, and opened the way for the foundation of the Roman Empire.

C.E. Stevens searches the elusive world of ancient Britain.