Crossing the Rubicon

@article{Ehrhardt1995CrossingTR,
  title={Crossing the Rubicon},
  author={Christopher Ehrhardt},
  journal={Antichthon},
  year={1995},
  volume={29},
  pages={30 - 41}
}
Everyone knows that Caesar crossed the Rubicon because his political enemies at Rome had manoeuvred him into a position where he would soon be forced to leave his province, give up his imperium, and return to Rome as a private citizen, there to be put on trial, found guilty and have his political career ended. Yet over thirty years ago, Shackleton Bailey, in less than two pages of his introduction to Cicero's Letters to Atticus, destroyed the basis for this belief, and in the three decades… 
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