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Two Roman soldiers are caught up in the historical events of an era that included the death of a republic and the birth of an empire. They encounter war, political intrigue, assassinations, family tragedies and more, all while surrounded by historical figures such as Gaius Julius Caesar, Mark Antony, Gaius Octavian and Cleopatra.

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In the aftermath of battle, Mark Antony returns to Alexandria; Octavian tries to convince Pullo to give up Cleopatra's palace; Vorenus flees with Caesarion.
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A grain shortage in Rome triggers fresh hostilities between Octavian and Mark Antony.
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Octavian proclaims a new era in Rome; Vorenus uncovers treachery behind a missing gold shipment.
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Servilia drives Atia to distraction; Octavian, Mark Antony and Lepidus agree to divide Rome's territories; Eirene insists that Pullo punish Gaia for insubordination.
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Vorenus receives orders to execute scores of Rome's elite; Octavia reveals a secret to Atia; two armies clash, with the future of Rome at stake.
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Vorenus returns to the Collegium; two former adversaries patch up their differences.
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Atia turns the tables on Servilia; Octavian wins a battle; Vorenus learns of his children's fate.
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Brutus and Cassius struggle to raise foreign money for an army; Cicero sends a message to the Senate in which he gives his support to Octavian.
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Cleopatra arrives in Rome; Vorenus is ordered to assume Erastes' captaincy; Octavian infuriates his mother and Mark Antony.
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Mark Antony makes plans to leave the city; Vorenus mourns his wife; Vorenus and Pullo learn that Erastes has abducted Vorenus' children.
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Pullo and Vorenus receive rewards; Caesar decides to overhaul the Senate; Servilia hurdles the final obstacle in her revenge scenario.
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Pullo descends into Rome's netherworld; Vorenus receives rewards for his allegiance.
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Caesar becomes emperor; Vorenus and Pullo plan their futures.
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Caesar returns home; Vorenus and Pullo have a showdown with a local thug; Servilia's plan backfires.
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Caesar arrives in Alexandria and meets the king; Vorenus and Pullo free Ptolemy's incarcerated sister; Caesar seeks payment from Egypt for past debts.
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Vorenus and Pullo are marooned in the Adriatic Sea; Pompey decides to attack Caesar's depleted forces; Atia enlists Octavia to ask a favor of Servilia.
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Mark Antony runs Rome while Caesar pursues Pompey; Pullo takes Octavian to a brothel; Atia tries to mend fences with Servilia.
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Caesar weighs Pompey's counteroffer; Vorenus must reconsider his career choices; Atia concocts a scheme to come between Caesar and Servilia.
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Caesar seeks to consolidate his hold on Rome; Atia throws a party; Pullo delivers Quintus Pompey to Caesar.
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Pompey makes an unusual tactical decision; Atia enlists her mercenary to ensure her family's security; Pullo's unit intercepts a cargo wagon.
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Mark Antony returns to Rome; Vorenus heads home to his family; Pompey drafts an ultimatum stripping the general of his power.

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