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Bridge Over the Rhine.
Rome's colossal architecture spanned three continents and unleashed the power and promise of the world's most technologically advanced civilization. While the Romans dominated the landscape with massive feats of destruction, they were ultimately powerless to prevent their own self-destruction.
March 15, 44 B.C. Julius Caesar dies. As a general, he more than doubled the Empire. As a politician, he rose to power as an emperor and established an empire that would last for centuries.
As an ambitious general, he wanted to travel to Germania (Germany) by crossing the Rhine River. His soldiers…
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