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Rome: Egeria

Caesar is in the middle of a fight with Pompey’s forces when he realizes that he’s become severely outnumbered. He sends a request to Mark Antony in hopes of having him come with reinforcements, though Mark Antony is deciding whether or not he should join Caesar or try to stay as Rome as a ruler himself. Meanwhile, Niobe discovers that the man she loved while Vorenus was gone has recently been murdered, though such turns out to be the catalyst for her renewed love for her husband.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x6
Airdate: Sunday October 02nd, 2005

Alternate Airdates:

NL (SBS 6) Oct 05, 2008

Guest Stars
Alessio Di CesareAlessio Di Cesare
As Rubio
Anna Fausta PrimianoAnna Fausta Primiano
As Vorena the Younger
Esther HallEsther Hall
As Lyde
Ian McNeiceIan McNeice
As Newsreader
John BoswellJohn Boswell
As Curial Magistrate
Lydia BiondiLydia Biondi
As Merula
Manfredi AliquoManfredi Aliquo
As Castor
Paolo RisiPaolo Risi
As Cato the Dwarf
Georgie GlenGeorgie Glen
As Poppea
Lynda BaronLynda Baron
As Madame
Norma AtallahNorma Atallah
As Female Merchant
Simon CallowSimon Callow
As Publius Servilius
Stan RosenStan Rosen
As Numa
Main Cast
Kevin McKiddKevin McKidd
As Lucius Vorenus
Ray StevensonRay Stevenson
As Titus Pullo
Polly WalkerPolly Walker
As Atia of the Julii
Lindsay DuncanLindsay Duncan
As Servilia of the Junii
Tobias MenziesTobias Menzies
As Marcus Junius Brutus
Kerry CondonKerry Condon
As Octavia of the Julii
Indira VarmaIndira Varma
As Niobe
Max PirkisMax Pirkis
As Gaius Octavian
Lee BoardmanLee Boardman
As Timon
Ciarán HindsCiarán Hinds
As Julius Caesar
James PurefoyJames Purefoy
As Mark Antony
Kenneth CranhamKenneth Cranham
As Pompey Magnus


With Caesar chasing Pompey in Greece, Mark Antony is in Rome pushing through laws on his behalf - insisting that the few remaining senators agree to anoint the general "co-Consul," free more slaves and create more jobs for the populace. The senior senator protests, arguing that such efforts would be too expensive. "Only to those few rich men that own all the land," Antony replies, "and they will have the consolation of doing something eminently patriotic." ..

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