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"octavian" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"As soon as the Romans docked in the port, they would be able to storm the gates and conquer the city. And kill its leaders Antony had very little time left and he knew he wished to spend it at Cleopatra's side. Antony returned to Cleopatra's palace and demanded to know the Queen's location. That's when a messenger arrived to break the terrible news. Cleopatra. Had died by suicide. Antony's army had betrayed him and his lover was dead. He had nothing left. So he decided to join Cleopatra in the afterlife he ordered his loyal. Guard arrows to stab him in the stomach. In Ancient Rome falling on your own sword to evade defeat was an honorable act but arrows could not bear to kill his commander. So Arrows stabbed himself instead. Bewildered and desperate. Antony realized he'd have to do this on his own. He gripped his sword and plunged it into his ribs failing to pierce his heart. Antony bled out onto the palace floor but was still conscious when a few of Cleopatra Servants were said to have found him. They delivered stunning News Cleopatra was still alive. Earlier news of her death was ally and some believe it was one told by Cleopatra herself her critics believe it was because she struck a deal with Octavian and needed antony out of the picture. Her champions insisted that she hoped Antony would escape and save himself. If he had nothing left to fight for either way for a dying Mark Antony, it didn't matter he loved Cleopatra and he wanted to spend his final moments by her side Mark Antony died in his lover's arms on. August. I thirty B C E. Several days later, Cleopatra Actually did die by suicide to avoid Octavian Wrath. Antony and Cleopatra. Deaths were the tragic conclusion to an epic romance but there are questions about the story's validity. Some historians believe the lovers were actually murdered by Octavian Forces Antony's men did betray him and one theory is that a deserter killed him to curry favor with Octavian similarly Greek and Roman historians were responsible for popularizing the idea that Cleopatra died by suicide while Octavian held her captive it's not inconceivable that Octavian took her out instead which would make. Antony and Cleopatra's deaths to of history's most famous unsolved murders regardless of how it happened. There's no doubt that the battle of Alexandria and Mark Antony's ensuing death changed the world forever Octavian conquered Egypt renamed himself Augustus and became the first true emperor of Rome if Antony and Cleopatra had survived history of Rome and the world might have played out quite differently. We'll never know what that world would have looked like. But history will always remember how hard mark. Antony. To make it a reality. Thanks for listening today in true crime I'm Vanessa Richardson for more stories about the political machinations and epic Love Affairs of Ancient Rome, checkout Parkhouse, original famous fates today in true crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other park has two originals freon on spotify, not only to spotify already have your favorite music. But now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today and true crime for free from your phone desktop or. Smart Speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar, we'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler and his podcast studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler sound designed by one Boorda with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Joshua Kern this episode of today and true crime was written by a mean Osman with writing assistance by Nora Patel I'm Vanessa. Richardson..
"octavian" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Were MANICA. Today's legend was one of the most powerful women in the Roman Empire as wife of Emperor Stas and his most important political adviser. She built it considerable influence on the workings of the Empire. Even while living in the shadow of her powerful husband she used her considerable skills and potentially significant amount of scheming and treachery to ensure that her descendants rose to power. Please welcome Livia. Drew Silla Livia. Jerusalem was born on January thirtieth in either the year fifty eight or fifty nine BC. Probably in the city of Rome. Her father. Marcus viest RUSSA's cloudiness was a senator in the Roman republic and a member of the powerful off family beyond this very little is known about Libya's early life when Livia was fifteen or sixteen years old. Her father arranged marriage between Livia and her cousin. The Roman politicians TIBERIUS CLAUDIUS NERO A YEAR. Later in forty see. She gave birth to a son named Tiberius. At that time there was a lot going on in Rome and particularly in Roman politics following the assassination of Julius Caesar and Forty Four B. C. E. There were a number of players fighting for power. Livia husband and father sided with Julius Caesar's assassins against the Forces of Caesar's adopted son Octavian soon to be known as Augusta's and Mark. Antony this fighting culminated at the battle of Philip. By and forty two CE with the victory by Octavian and Mark Antony Forces lluvias father committed suicide at by but her husband continued fighting in order to avoid punishment for supporting the losing side Livia and her family fled Rome and forty BC. I living in Sicily and then moving to crease a year later general. Amnesty was declared allowing Livia her husband and young son Tiberius to return to Rome upon her return. Livia Matt Octavian for the first time in thirty nine you see. The story goes Octavian fell in love with her. At first sight Octavian who was already married quickly divorced his wife the day after she gave birth to his daughter. Julia. Libya's husband was also forced into a divorce. Even though his wife was six months pregnant with their second child at the beginning of thirty eight you see the newly divorced Livia gave birth to a son named Druce just a few days later. She Octavian remarried in a weird twist. Her first husband played the role of father and gave her away at the wedding. Whether or not this was truly a love match. It was certainly politically savvy marriage as it united two of the most powerful. Roman families three years into the marriage. Octavian Livia the power to rule over her own finances which at the time was unprecedented in Rome and was an incredible show of trust and respect. This freedom allowed her to form her own political alliances and to help proteges. Favorites RISE THROUGH THE POLITICAL RANKS. Octavian also had a public statue erected and dedicated to his wife following a triumphant victory at the battle of axiom in thirty one B. C. E. Over his once ally. Mark Antony and Cleopatra Octavian consolidated singular power over the Roman Empire on January Sixteenth Twenty seven BC e the Roman Senate Octavian the honorary title of Gustis. The name by which he would be known going forward and handed him unlimited governing power over Rome under the title. I citizen of the state to be clear. Augusta's was the first Roman emperor but because of political sensitivity surrounding the death of the Roman Republic. He chose not to use any title. That might suggest a monarchy from the start. Livia was a highly supportive partner to Augustus. Both as a wife and his a political strategist. It was well known amongst the Roman political class that she wielded significant influence over affairs of state she was also considered to be generous and convinced. Augusta's to be the same particularly when it came to the treatment of his opponents. The Roman public saw her as the epitome of a proper Roman Lady Role Model. She and Augusta's made a point of modeling approved behavior. I living and dressing relatively modestly and maintaining a proper Roman household as supportive as Livia was of her husband. Her primary concern was ensuring that one of her two sons from her first marriage succeeded. Augusta's emperor she and Augusta's had no children together. Augusta's did have one child from his previous marriage. His daughter Julia and Julia had three sons. Who were in line for the throne ahead of Libya's sons since they were direct blood descendants Livia was ultimately successful in her goal but whether it was a matter of good fortune or outright scheming and intrigue somewhat murky I her second son. Druce died in battle in nine BC e then into to e one of August. Is's grandsons died from while in Gaul and just two years later. Another grandson died in battle. Finally Augusta's last grandson was exiled when he was still young and eventually executed leaving. Libya's eldest son Tiberius as the lone air though Augustus. His grandsons died abroad. Rumors spread. That Livia had arranged their deaths. While Libya's eldest son Tiberius had distinguished himself on the battlefield and enrollment politics. He did not have a good relationship with his stepfather. Augustus and always felt that he was treated poorly by him. Part of this may have been a result of Tiberius is extremely stormy. Forced marriage to Augusta's daughter Julia. A move made by Livia to ensure type areas as legitimacy is air. The marriage was so bad in fact the Tiberius self exile to roads in six P. C. E. supposedly to get away from his wife returning to Rome. Eight years later in four. Livia finally saw her work to fruition. When Augusta's officially adopted Tiberius who was in his forties at the time with the adoption Tiberius became the official heir to the throne on August Nineteenth Fourteen C E. Augustus died while he and Livia were away from Rome. Some dispute the state of death believing that Augusta's had died days earlier but that Livia put off making the announcement until Tiberius could return to Rome to ensure his ascent historians over. The years have suggested that Livia may have also had a hand in her husband's death claiming that she fed him poisoned figs following Augusta's death Tiberius became emperor he quickly tired of his mother's influence and meddling and removed her from politics. Some believe that when he eventually left Rome to live in Capri. It was an order to get even further from his mother. Livia died in twenty nine Ce. She was eighty six years old. Whether Livia was involved in the deaths of her stepsons and husband remains unclear. What is clear is that Livia wielded considerable influence over Augusta's and the formation of the early Roman Empire. She used her power and political skill. Help her husband rule Rome all while working diligently to ensure it was her own line. Who would succeed him all? May We're talking about Mavericks and LEGENDS FOR MORE ON. Why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter. Manica weekly you can also follow us on facebook and INSTAGRAM AT ENCYCLOPEDIA. Will Manica and you can follow me. Directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan special. Thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and Co Creator and special. Thanks to all the maniacs out there to join our brand new membership program go to glow DOT FM slash Lamonica. It really means a lot to us. Go be supporting the work. That goes into encyclopedia. Amanda and you'll get special access to weekly live events. Go to glow DOT FM slash will Manteca Talk to you tomorrow..
"octavian" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Ireland he is the principal and founder of Octavian a firm that will be very helpful in the coming days for recovery Octavian dot I II is the website however lessons learned market I've been together for many years and he was a he was in the European bank as system but he was also a broadcaster watching Ireland's to we're going to do both now because Ireland in the Great Recession suffered a blow that at the time two thousand nine two thousand ten appeared to be insurmountable today it is a prosperous land especially when it comes to the east coast of Ireland where Dublin as and the professional class because it has relations the relationships with international companies however we want all parts of Ireland to recover after the blow the virus market very good evening to you if I understand it we can divide Ireland simply enter to a condom is the domestic and the international right now the virus is preying on all of those people are working at home people are asking to stay at home like you're anticipating that the international will come back very strongly do I read that correctly and what advantages does the international part of the Irish economy half good evening thank you John what a what a pleasure to be on the show again and yes you're broadly right in Denton well what I believe is that the last time we had a recession which was the worst in Europe by the way it was a decline of twelve percent it was the worst in Europe on a visit from a profoundly painful experience for us but the multinational sector not only bounce back rapidly large parts of it didn't even have a recession and the activity and employment kept growing and growing and growing now this time that may be different than the reason that maybe differences because where is our land has very rapidly learning the lessons from the past very rapidly clamp down lock down immediately responded with the correct measures because our our teacher corporate minister is a medical doctor who understands the need for decisive action death rates and reported rates of the disease are beginning to decline quite rapidly so we make and we may exit the health crisis in the next couple of weeks only to find John but because of a lack of global coordination and a lack of global synchronization we suddenly get hit by waves economic waves that are caused by the fact that the diseases taken around the globe so this time unfortunately I'm not so confident the multinational sector however the world is so big and Ireland is so small but if we are clever we're like a little bicycle in a traffic jam we can weave in and out of our front drum sexually divide diversify geographically diversify a written a couple books on this so in theory all we were very good and industrial and development agency which is very good tracking progress in Boston so in theory if we if we box clever we can use the multinational economy to bounce back quickly the question is do we increase taxation that is what we did the last time and it was an unmitigated letters I'm not let me speak to that because I want to tell an anecdote from twenty ten at the time Bloomberg was doing reporting about the crash of the Irish economy and had great promise real estate prices were skyrocketing this is early in the globalization that Ireland experience because if your good education and your younger population however what happened is that all these wonderful projects these men make mansions that were around Dublin I've never seen them I've only been described to me they stop building right away are there was no money the banks were not available to extend loans and many of these housing units were not properly fenced in and children were wondering and one particular tragedy a child died in a pool of water next to an unbuilt house now that was them I imagine those houses are fully occupied today and you cannot make up for the loss of the child but the construction business then recovered it recovered slowly however and today that's part of the economy I want to speak to the domestic part of your economy your government has made a package available to a bridge package to the unemployment now what needs to happen to maintain the domestic especially the construction and the the trades to match the international market that's an excellent question John so yes the government's come out with the package about two percent of gross national income modify modified measure we used to just for the fact that multinationals are so present present here last time out you put your finger on it I was pleading with everybody John I wrote two books one is called the best is yet to come twenty twenty a road in two thousand eight I launched at New York and the second was back from the break and I said look I have predicted the crisis the year before but I said we are going to bounce back keep the cook construction sites open keep investing in building get the government to spend on capital spending what to do instead of the previous governments prioritize current spending that was of not great value to the economy and increased taxes out of that capital spend the collapse to results John one is that we have tens of thousands of more construction workers in fact over a hundred and fifty construct thousand construction workers needlessly lost their jobs and to our population in the last ten years grew by a quarter third of a million which is very significant for a small country like Ireland we now have a housing crisis because we didn't build those homes so what I'm saying this time out is that we've got to do two things one we've got to prioritize capital spending because it creates jobs and creates infrastructure the durability of the value for money for the taxpayers to fund secondly the small business sector has to be the big focus this time multinationals have deep cash at cash pockets they have the reserves the expertise the size and strength to ride this out the mom and pop stores to small factories they do not so we are going to have to take aim at this thing that is charging out of us from this dark forest with a double barrel shotgun the first of those barrels of capital spending the second is a big tax cut aimed at stimulating the economy I'm measure to support lending to small business sector I will be coming out early next week with a hundred page report on how we do that there there is a great great response from the small business sector but I'm getting a lot of people on board all right let's talk about your government I remembered that I take tea sets right that's the name for the teacher to shock you've got you've got to put a at the end of the day as that's always been a challenge for me mark the Gaelic and the middle eastern I can't do that very well I'm sorry John I'll tell you something about how Gaelic is related to a Syrian it has an automatic substrate does have that that sounded and cheese the two shock all right he is offering a bridge package is he also looking we just have about a couple minutes here is you're also looking at increasing taxation which was the burden for your economy those many years of the recovery no he is not and I don't think so but at the previous budgets did not cut taxes back to where they had been before the crisis so public spending was restored public servants got a restoration of a pay cut which everybody said was a good idea because they have taken the paint on it was deserved to take up the pay restoration but the folks in the pipes after we're told sorry we can't give you a tax cut because of brexit which was a bit disingenuous so while we had a phenomenal recovering the multinational sector and what public spending did very well out of the recovery the private sector the small private sector got a bit left behind so I think it's not just enough not to increase taxes this time out I think tax cuts will be essential not only to restoring the feeling amongst a lot of them will be cool middle Ireland which would be fly over America that they got left behind but the recovery but it's not just about fairness it's about necessity if you want a V. shaped recovery if you want the economy to bounce back up like a rubber ball and tax cuts aimed at stimulating consumption are critical particularly for art and where a lot of stuff happens on the east coast that's where the highest concentration of high value added to the group goes out and maintain for Facebook's The Dallas further west you go John the more you're into a small town on it I'm Bob reed is still feeling the pain of the loss for San Marco Mendez mark Coleman of Octavian that's R. K. B. and I eat here him on my eyes on the emerald Ireland because we're all going to experience a recovery differently and lessons learned from two thousand eight two thousand nine are especially rich now facing what we have ahead of us which is taxation and stimulus and packages and growth mark Coleman he is in Dublin I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show Washington's mall W. M. Washington comes to talk.
"octavian" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Anthony begs to be allowed to just live out the rest of his days as an Egyptian citizen never to return to Rome. And another letter Octavian doesn't reply to that. He then offers up his life. If Octavian will spare Cleopatra's life, no dice attainments. Not agreed any terms Cleopatra's sends letters Cleopatra Asif she and anti both have to die. Can she at least pass kingdom on down to her kids? Nope, cleopatra. As taping gets closer, even sends you know him and his troops. Golden sceptre crown and throne. She offers to step down as ruler. If you will just let her and her family live. He finally replies. Okay. I'll do that one condition. You have to arrange for Anthony's execution or least exile him. She refuses. I think she really did love this do. She refuses and Octavian prepares to conquer Egypt Cleopatra enjoys the next few months knowing they may be her last. They celebrate Cleopatra's thirty eighth birthday. Anthony's fifty third. I bet they drank a lot of wine on those birthdays. Can you drink away the knowledge that the most powerful military leader in the world is now coming to kill you as Octavian advances on Alexandra Anthony decides at the last second to go to go out fighting he rallies a modest force. It's pretty bad ass. He rather modest force rides out to meet Octavian much larger advance guard and the outskirts of the city several miles east of the famed canopic gate, Octavian. Army depleted from the March incredibly get their ass kicked. Anthony's cavalry. Does win the day. They route Octavian men exalted by his victory. Anthony returns to the palace. Kisses Cleopatra and presents to her one of the soldiers who had fought well that day for his courage Cleopatra rewards, this dusty young man with the golden breastplate and helmets with respect. And gratitude he accepts and then that night, he defects Octavian. Dammit, Anthony is undaunted by this though, he knows he can still win. He knows. Sure has many many more men than he does. Sure. More of his men are defecting to Octavian side by the minute. But he has found a new God he has found a new God who will for surely victory. Anthony had found solace in guidance at night. None other than Nimrod hail Nimrod. Luckily, there wasn't Nimrod. Alternate Alexandra Nimrod the ancient God of time. Suck the Babylonians the Samaritans beyond the great and mighty hunter. The ancient Lord of battle of knowledge. Master of the new Nikki Nimrod, the giants space sasquatch the size of an entire galaxy with the head of macabre who rides the black unicorn with flaming sons for is. He of the great alpha and omega ball sack. He the flaming butthole of hell Anthony finds a cocker spaniel that ancient vary gypsum dog. And smashes it skull at the altar of Nimrod to pay tribute, which I should mention is not necessarily how you're supposed to worship Nimrod. Now. Some THEO think that the old stomped the skulls of cocker spaniels every month to show loyalty to Nimrod. It was actually a metaphor. They believe it was never meant to be taken. Literally, it just meant illustrate the point of sacrificing ignorance cocker spaniels not known to be very smart dogs. Both my dogs have a little cocker in them. And I'm pretty sure that's where all the penny. Gingers dumb comes from some believe cocker spaniels represent ignorance right in this kind of allegory this metaphor, the cocker spaniels represent ignorance in rod mythology and by stomping out, the ignorance, your thereby worshiping and paying tribute to Ron that's how I interpret others. However, the is they do actually stop the cocker spaniels, which is unfortunate. And I'm pretty sure vary legal from what I can tell from what I've gathered. I don't think you can buy a cocker spaniels smashing permit anywhere..
"octavian" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The supplies required to sustain a vast. Army his case, seventy five thousand legionnaires twenty five thousand infantry twelve thousand cavalry for the duration of war and things are going. Well for a time things. Go continue to go well for time for Cleopatra and anti they raised their kids. Enjoy ruling over a vast land probably have a bunch of crazy sex. You know, enjoy being super-duper obscenely rich and then late thirty two the Octavian declares war on fifty one year old Anthony and Thirty-seven-year-old Cleopatra. Surprised it took that long but ship moved a lot slower in the age before phones ships with engines, even the pony express mail before this declaration, many of Anthony's allies. A third of the Senate the Roman Senate argued that Anthony should leave Cleopatra returned to Rome to rule with initially. Anthony did consider this. But Cleopatra argued that she'd fed his troops. She provided his fleets uses capable to him as any man, he didn't need them. She earned his loyalty and the ends up a green he chooses to stay with her bold. Fucking move Octavian is a powerful powerful Roman general who now has the full support of the Senate supportive. Most of Rome soldiers Anthony is placing a lot of faith in the support of Cleopatra in April of thirty two BC Antony and Cleopatra sale with Anthony staff. The island of same off the coast of modern day Turkey, staying a residence Anthony, formerly shared with Octavia. And then in may he divorces Octavia he showers Cleopatra with gifts in the summer of thirty two BC. He gave it gives Cleopatra the library of Pergamum angel library that rivaled the library of Alexandria. As far as the great libraries of the ancient world back. In Rome, Octavian conducts a smear campaign against Anthony. Warns the Senate that Anthony had become a slave to his love for Cleopatra. Egyptian Queen had subdued anti Rome. Octave. Ian warned would be next to fall to gyp shins to Cleopatra's dejection charm, big big Luther FINA as the end of October. He declares war, Anthony and Cleopatra. The Senate strips Anthony of his ship and relieves him of all thirty Antony and Cleopatra are now. The main enemies of Rome in early thirty one BC, Octavian. Superb naval Admiral Aggripa made a swift surprise crossing degrees and disrupts Anthony supply lines and captured his southern base. And then a stalemate ensues Octavian could not lure anti out to see where grip would crush him anti cannot cope uptaking onto onto land battle where he could perhaps crush him after sixteen weeks of the blockade. Anthony supplies are running low. He doesn't have the manpower to power his men overland all the way into Rome, if you wait much longer his men are gonna starve so what does he do? He decides to sneak out at night across. The water late in the evening of September. First Cleopatra's officers secretly load her chest of treasure under her ship. An anti loads of twenty thousand soldiers with them thousands of archers slingers around sunrise, Octavian men, look on and amazement as Cleopatra's speeds, south and her majestic flagship. And then they say Anthony transferred from his flagship to a swift galley follows behind her with forty ships of his personal squadron Antony and Cleopatra had slipped away with a third of the remaining fleet. And Oliver treasure Antony, then heads to Libya where he has posted four legions, we can rally perfume more troops just left most of his troops behind Cleopatra heads Alexandria. They had escaped but Octavian had now one bittersweet victory. Right. They'd left nineteen legions of men and twelve thousand cavalry behind who after a week of negotiations surrender to Octavian and become part of his army Anthony is alive. But now is without an army big enough to fight. He was as the historian Plutarch so cleverly wrote motherfucking because. Couldn't do it motherfucker MacOS big time. Kaz just because a lot of me is not true. He Plutarch wrote motherfucker kiss bid time 'cause he was a Chivas out of accussed Lucca cass-. Of course, not true. That was hard to say that I thought would be I don't know why I had confidence and being able to say anti round of it with Cleopatra in Alexandria, African troops in Libya. They both send Octavian letters now letters that are basically, hey. Oh, sorry. Sorry about stuff. They ask him to kind of like we attempt to reach some kind of resolution that doesn't include you coming to Egypt and killing us Octavian. Does not re- reply initial letters..
"octavian" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"And she knew the pure extravagant fun of everything she was doing with appeal greatly to him. You know, what other hostess in the world could show him this decadent of a good time on his way to Tarsus Anthony had been hailed as Cleopatra new as the new diagnosis Dyonisis every oh God of wine fertility the-the or more engine. Greek religion myth, the party got a party boy. So her display play works one story instead her effect on Anthony was immediate and electrifying. She had seduced a second incredibly powerful Roman man. Impressive for a woman back, then especially impressive for a woman who is not a Roman citizen is usually the Roman leaders stayed within their own kind of circles for dating Cleopatra state a few weeks accomplished a great deal. She'd resecure thrown for the time being by the time, she sailed home Anthony had in his hand a list of demands from Cleopatra one of which was killing her. Last surviving sibling told me they love to kill their siblings. Anthony ordered are. Away to be forcibly removed from the temple of Artemis, and she was killed on the temples marble steps before the ornate ivory doors that her father had once donated to this place years earlier now Cleopatra has no remaining kin to put to death her immediate bloodline. They're gone. Anthony, also has the trade as traders governor of Cyprus put to death, and she is fully restored to power. They'll there as well. Short time later, Mark Anthony travels to Egypt stain as a guest of Cleopatra's. He visits Alexandra's golden temples frequent frequency gymnasiums attend scholarly discussions parties ask off just to do on top of the world and join the Splendors of a foreign kingdom having sex with their Queen known. He could conquer the land. If he if you wanted to God, he's got to feel good about himself when he wakes up in the morning. I am the greatest man alive. Now the day for me. On April of forty BC, Anthony leaves Egypt for Syria to prepare for battle against the Parthenon's. A major longstanding Iranian empire. He also receives a letter from his wife full via oops that I mentioned he was already married. Phobia was was worried that her life and the lives of their two sons were endangering Greece. And she had reason to be worried the drama continues. While Anthony was busy getting busy. We Cleopatra his ally against Cassius. Adopted son Caesar Octavian had returned to Rome to Spence land. Seizures veterans Octavian was married to full his daughter Claudia for marriage previous to Mark Anthony. And now had divorced. Claudia? Which is an insult to Mark Anthony divorces, Mark, Anthony, stepdaughter, and he also accuses full via of aiming at supreme power for herself an Anthony. So now is fueling with aunties wife. She does getting tense between the two most powerful men in Rome. The tension is not good for Cleopatra who could get brought down via some classical damage. If shit goes real sour between the two full via now fears that Octavian is spending too much time getting veterans loyalty, turning his men against Anthony and our family frayed for life. She flees decrease full view than allies with her brother in law. Lucius Antonius, Mark aunties brother public endorses. Her husband to rule alone without Octavian. She is getting serious. So in forty BC anti-sales for Rome to deal with this new rivalry with his previous ally, Octavian shortly after he leaves Fulvio gets sick and dies, and this ends up being actually pretty good news Francey not not that he was running around. Just you know, you know, his ship just. I five soldiers. She's dead Roman weapon thin now can focus on my gypsy wife. No this works out in favor of for Anthony. Because we when he arrived in Rome. It's easier for him and Octavian to pass things up. It was full V as daughter that Octavian, divorced. Not anthony's. And now as a sign of peace, Octavian gives his sister, Octavia not real created with names these people to Antony to wit had. He still been married to Fulvio he could not under Roman law. You know, Mary Tapia says is good for Anthony politically this is also terrible for Cleopatra..
"octavian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Not not edge servers, and when you when you part of our technology will actually create a copy of this network and software, and then we will explore where every possible packet could ever go in this environment, which is a super set of the standard packet capture and sampling that people are used to. But when we when we actually explore this customer's network there are five Octavian different ways for traffic to flow in this environment. You may not be familiar with that number. I was not when I saw it. It's it's a five by twenty seven zeros and just to put some context in that. That's that's multiple orders of magnitude larger than the number of grains of sand on planet earth and on par with the number of expected stars in the known universe. So if you have. Humans that are trying to prove the security properties of this network or even just the connectivity to ensure that all of the sites that you need connected. The opposite unique connector always connected. You have no hope of doing that. Unless you've got incredibly smart software that can that can explore that. And then be actually prove properties of it for you. So in this case is it simply from an analysis perspective, or is it also monitoring these networks to this kind of granularity. Yeah. Great question today as a company we focus exclusively on the analytics, and providing sort of read only type value to you. It's a little bit of Ken. If you're familiar with the software development life cycle. There's a step called unit testing where people write some code, and then they right unit tests to ensure that the code actually does what you expect. And then also as you move forward through time, and you're changing code you. Don't break somebody else's that you didn't have visibility into so similar to networks. We. We go and explore all of these paths. We allow you to provide the unit tests and quotes that that define what a working network is for you from a connectivity and a security perspective. And then we do this on an ongoing basis. So you will recollect from the network at whatever interval matches your business needs. Whether this is minutes hours days. I mean, it's up to you on on. How often you want to look at it? So. So what are the questions that the cluster mors are trying to answer? You know, what you've done the analytics? But what's the what's the real question? They're trying to get an answer to. Yeah. I'll give you a couple of quick examples. So one is I have these very mission critical business applications, right like an anecdote, we heard from one of our one of our customers was that their payments system their tax system, actually lost connectivity. And so nobody could ring up an invoice because the tax computation part could not be done. And so ensuring that all of your mission critical applications are both connected. The way they need to be have the levels of redundancy that she want. Another example is security segmentation insuring your network is actually segmented as desired, but super common one is just on a day-to-day basis. Simply show me how traffic goes from point a to point being my network. This may traverse tens of of devices across a variety of vendors and sin taxes and can take anywhere from minutes to tens of minutes to hours, actually, get a fully. Detailed answer on. And we make that instant in Google timescales. So we'll come back a quick commercial break when we come back wanna pick up this conversation because I'm going to quote throughout an analogy. And you're probably going to barf all over which is you're basically talking about a trace route on like mega steroids. So we're gonna come back..
"octavian" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"It wasn't successful so I didn't even get the child out of that. And now I, what did that do to me? I don't know what's the long term effect. We don't know. Hopefully nothing, you know. But I, I don't know. I don't know. I went through that and then exhausted that. And. Met not had already met Stephanie, but ran into our again, and I was very lucky that she even though there is the fifteen year difference, she didn't see yourself having kids for maybe another five years. But when we got together. She was like, you know what? Let's do it. And I had my motivations of health issues and my age and all of that. I'm just I'm ready. I was ready and I was very lucky that shoes like move forward. So we did, and it is. It's a lot of and there's. You know, there's miscarriages. There's a lot of the private aches and pains that you go through and there's also going to adoption agencies and filling out applications and turn to Stephanie. And I was like, I look terrible on paper and she's like, what do you mean? I said. I'm, I'm not religious. I don't have a high school diploma. I'm gay. I have not hit my five year Mark. I'm not technically in remission. I'm not a candidate that people would hide give their baby to, you know, when people say, why aren't you adopting? Why don't you adopt? That's like, why don't you shut your mouth? I would love to. I'm I'm in a, I'm in a situation, you know, all of the not that I can't get a child, but that's it's already a hard road when you are a gay person to adopt. It's all hard road in the percentage. It's a longer wait period. And then when you add onto it that you have health issues and your religious. Or lack of religious beliefs. They do decide like this is where I want my child to go or this is the pick the parents and anyway. So, yeah. I mean, it's, I'm, I think that that why don't you just for kids is something that gay people here a lot like and especially lesbians on like a bunch of different. You know, like fill in the blanket the end like why don't you just go to interest? Go find some sperm or why don't you just adopter like as if any as if any of those options would be? Like inherently, yeah, easy, right. And I think that they're all really complicated and I that doesn't mean that they're not doable, but I do think that we're kind of we kind of talk about it as a culture as if it's just like a box that your checking to decide which way you're going to do it, and then it will. And then whatever you decide will happen quickly and in a way you can control, you know, like four successful successfully? Yeah, and it's expensive to adopt. It's expensive to it up. He's really expensive do foster foster Dopp we can foster with the intention to adopt, which is not expensive. Right. But it's also a lot of heartbreak and heartache. Actually, the movie that I'm in with Octavia Spencer that's coming out in November. It's called instant family, and you know, I was excited to work with her just in the well, we're gonna be social workers together, but it's the writer director, Sean Anders. It's his story of going to adopt a child and coming home with three kids and. And I was kind of in my head like us called a work with Octavian terrorist-sponsor and then it hit me. And I sat down and wrote Sean and I was like, I can't believe that I'm just now really understanding how lucky I am to be a part of this movie. This is going to change so many people's lives. Of course, I could be wrong and only one person will go see the movie. I doubt it, but it's it's exciting. I'm very excited for the world of adoption, and I think it gives a nice mix of comedy and drama. There's if feels is real and. Obviously not a documentary, but this is his story and it's it's really something. So I'm excited for that to come out. I'm glad you got to be a part of that. That feels that feels healing. That feels like a helpful thing..
"octavian" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"I thought you know when i heard about what they do okay that's interesting i'll see by one oh what a terrible idea or you know okay let's see i was attracted to the idea that was part of it was like okay potentially provocative potentially controversial let's see where they got high risk high reward right again if you get this right you could do something really special if you don't it's a long way down so let's see what happens and played the game yeah i have seen that generally people seem strangely enough i thought it'd be the opposite i what people would say like oh like the story telling the world is really writing about the game the gum plays not that great it's the opposite i'm seeing people people really enjoying the game if the story is the dotes disappointing aspects given that there was so much pre exposure to this and so many people saying oh what are they doing this could go wrong if they get this wrong they can off the christian riot and everyone and blah blah blah i wonder if they put him wind mound up pulling that punch a little bit what do you think i don't know i don't know why she does most of what it does i love that we have them because they're says any weird we need we need to be soft in the world we designate them doing this ripple a madness a trip aaa company that does slightly mad stuff who is doing that ain't doing active ain't doing it i love them for it i love that they're just like you know what we're gonna make a aaa adventure game about the ptolemaic period ancient egypt and the roman occupation during the time of octavian and anthony or antony and people will buy it let me ask you this can you imagine assassin's creed origins or under that's on the back of alone franchise but can you imagine assassin's creed origins all faulk rifai coming from e r activision i can't comment it's inconceivable to me that they would do that that is as a as a former employee of electronic arts and a current stockholder would be appropriate for media answer that one.
"octavian" Discussed on WTMA
"Senate demanded of them and when the when the when the senators demure the centurian takes out his sword and says either either i will persuade you or this will and octavian gets council ship this is when aunt and went octavian has the senate passed the lex padilla did i say that correctly professor this is the condemnation of the assassins yes yes in which octavian who's a master of betraying everybody in order to be a number one condemns the assassins compromises the compromise of the year before is abolished and he makes peace with antony after trying to kill him he knows how to play the game and he's a very young man very impressive that he can you know he he can play with the big boys at a very early age so octavian is now part of a triumvirate who could have guessed this was coming antony has gaul octavian has sicily sardinia rome and and lapidus has nar be narva knees gall and nearest so these are the three men for the moment it's exhausting barry to follow them these are the three moment is at the end of forty three they believe themselves in charge of rome do they do they have the power in rome they do they do have the power in rome three hundred and they and they start a purge they confiscated property they confiscate the eighteen largest cities income they in fact their plunder italy a what they call it they plunder all of it and they have cicero executed why they do well anthony hated cicero because cicero was his arch enemy cicero branded anthony is the enemy of the republic he saw antony armies is the major obstacle to the senate retaining power in rome and in fact cicero made an alliance with octavian although he knew he wasn't trustworthy in order.
"octavian" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In machiavelli and ism and he'd also learned from cesar he'd spent six months with caesar in spain even before then caesar was impressed by the young man but caesar was even more impressed when in by octavian behavior in spain and i'm sure octave and learn from caesar here the power is not brutus and caches that's one decimates that's another six pompey that he's in spain that's another mctavish and have not yet clear and then there are also is cicero who remains in rome to manipulate everybody all the time including the senate all right let's stay with octavian he seeks a meeting this is now forty three bc the spring he seeks a meeting with desma why what does he want well octavian who's one shrewd guy originally allies with decimals and cicero in the senate against octavian he wants a victory against octavian against anthony excuse me and allies with desma cicero on the senate against anthony octavian wants he wants to take anti down inox because anthony scott armies of his own now in italy joins he joins with decimals against octavia everybody needs money octavian scott money brutus needs money cashes needs money cicero needs money for heaven's sakes there they're all looking for cash now one of the aspects of the new men that i loved about caesar is that he threw out the old nights just because they were born to the right families and he brought in propagandists financiers fixers lawyers what we would call a professional men that's what those were a new man now everybody needs a professional man they all need sources of cash brutus in cash is get the money raised their money in a way that's acceptable to romans they steal it from the provincial they extort money from provincial cities and we're necessary they make war on provincial cities to give their money up to them and octavian has some money from caesar anthony has some money from caesar but the only way they're going to get all the money they need is they make war on feb fellow italians eventually they come to rome and they begin a reign of terror in which they announced that some people are as good as dead and whoever kills the movie paid about the and the rest of the money breast of their property will be confiscated by antony and octavian everybody's against everybody else because antony.
"octavian" Discussed on WTMA
"Octavian took lessons from phillipus in in in machiavelli innocent and he'd also learned from cesar he'd spent six months with caesar in spain even before then caesar was impressed by the young man but caesar was even more impressed when in by octavian behavior in spain and i'm sure tv and learn from caesar here are the power is not brutus and caches that's one decimal that's another six promptly that he's in spain that's another octavian of not yet clear and then they're also is cicero who remains in rome to manipulate everybody all the time including the senate all right let's stay with octavian he seeks a meeting this is now forty three bc the spring he seeks a meeting with desma why what does he want well octavian who's one shrewd guy originally allies with decima and cicero in the senate against octavian he wants a victory against octavian i against anthony excuse me octavian allies with desma cicero on the senate against anthony octavian wants he wants to take anti down and watch because anthony scott armies of his own now in italy six he joins with decimals against octavian everybody needs money octavian scott money brutus needs money cashes needs money cicero needs money for heaven's sakes there they're all looking for cash now one of the aspects of the new men that i loved about caesar is that he threw out the old nights just because they were born to the right families and he brought in propagandists financiers fixers lawyers what we would call a professional men that's what those were a new men now everybody needs a professional.
"octavian" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Shades national pie week this week answer and we are about the malvo said reportedly pons is going to pop him with some pies now you've got an issue with pies have any are only seven pounds absolutely if you are going to each supply or if you are going to a restaurant older apart from or pub it has to be short cross pastry it has to be completely encased arm no hiring a casserole daesh with a bit of puffpastry on saw it is absolutely ridiculous the number of sarin nub isn't this illness in all part of this thing is now is he could go bust jeff deconstruct are now not doctored by is is is a cancer a little bit patriot exactly yeah uhhuh and he said then you saw was the points that i will chicken obey all of the chicken praising it comes up think now it's that cats are all let let atlantic alkanova i'm not having his a more angry about value too brcko crying have come out it table would make you i greet the one of the chris williamson's a vegan pa came angry at the villa at full dark get me started dr bigham pas graded so it's okay can you have a vegan pastries children copatron it you can do you can do because he pastry without butter kush cancer is back grace our low oh a is a big into inherit the earth this can be pretty boring though it's now fisticuffs turk the travel update the tally 744 is it still rabia across the uk online and on aw shoul radio dj can give it some led hey you come to you the rather brilliant british business leaders out there i know you've got give zillion plates to spin and octavian things on your todo list but let me ask you this debs of doggy daycare deluxe neabry i'm a team and yet to be named tech startups which who's taking the time to check.
"octavian" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"This is all you need on your morning drive you might even lack a little or i'll watch the tom andrezy show six to nine am right here octavian anti and now of america's number one show one pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day in his greatest nation on god's green earth great nation where one of our great tourist attractions of you can call it that is the vietnam memorial in washington dc the wall where it's profoundly eloquent you cannot come to that wall without crying it is impossible because there is name after name after name of the fifty eight thousand americans who gave their lives fighting in the vietnam war over the course of really what was almost fifteen years it was a long long struggle fifty eight thousand people dead andrew sullivan makes the point that in one year alone not in all of those years of involvement vietnam in one year alone we have sixty six thousand americans who have died in a different kind of struggle the struggle with addiction opioid addiction andrew sullivan has a terrific new piece is called the poison we pick and it's about opioid addiction and the difficulties we face the president of the united states today spoke to an opioid summit that the white house has rightly and appropriately uh convened andrew thanks very much for joining us on what i know must be a very very busy day for you know it's always a pleasure michael thank you thank you that the this scale the sheer scale.
"octavian" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"By the end of book has established this new constitution which is supposedly going to restore the republic um to its former glory but the people who came after him the generations after him julie caesar pompey crisis those guys they they don't care about the written constitution that style has laid down they just looked at his biography they looked at his life and they said look if if your powerful enough and your daring enough in bold enough um you can do anything you want that's that's the lesson of cell was a life they're not not we should just follow the senate yes the complete breakdown of most my orum yeah i think sell a pretty much represents that in speights uh an an businesses vase as the storm before the storm republic fall into what at what point would you say like yeah the republic no longer exist it is now officially roman empire was just when the sesar was made yeah it's it's a that's another one of these great in a running debates in history um because we aware t where do you where are you mark the end of the republic um you know he say okay will julius caesar comes along and you on the forty species could you could say was from when he are now we cross the rubicon in forty nine bc douse the end of it or you could say oh and he was himself appointed dictator for life five years later which is ripe for the assassination dam in then but then his air saw mark antony and octavian wind up fighting a battle with the last remnants of the senatorial aristocracy a couple years later and.
"octavian" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Ninety hugh did kid going to be one december eight ninety two of mccann make it to ninety two will see is kid grudge we are think mic seriously even though he he's he's been a rock and roll icon when surprise mood mick jagger made it to two he's really fit as whether media works out somewhere what would devereaux who he's the kid who is just point in december be to hit denmark's devereaux devereaux octavian basil jagger devereaux octavian basil flag raised will you put in your salad basil jagger okay so he has a great granddaughter so what would devereaux lead to that greatgranddaughter devereaux is his son she would be her uncle ordina so the sun would be bianchi be the uncle now the baby is the uncle of all the grill immigra granddaughters like 24 her uncle this ten but but what would be the great cause he's a great grandfather great uncle great uncle afect daves wrote appreciably gregorio here i already got my mind blown on the decision to try to get how old mic would be when when the queued graduates from high school because he has five grandchildren and one greatgrandchild while while seventy four years old mick jagger we make it a little rain here today it's not that bad outside right it was seventy four degrees when i was driving it it was hard today was heart the small uber uber muggy this morning there's some humidity out there it's just it's it's cooler than it has been the last couple of days we could get some rain let's hope so we certainly could use a brain that we way way below our normal average is.
"octavian" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"Bridge that i didn't remember was in this song it all like i was thinking you know i heard the of the radio but i was leo this i don't remember this part of it at all kind of goes up and octavian it's kind of like this more amfam iq part of the song as opposed to like the the groove the heavy groove that's been going on phnom i don't remember this part at all i was thinking like you know how like sometimes win win lyrics win like a whole section of the song is like to graphic or whatever like those sometimes just cut it out or like the songs to launder whatever a navy has cut it cut it out owes thing will maybe maybe this bridge just wasn't allowed on the radio maybe maybe they just didn't let it of maybe it wasn't fit for radio play like don't i don't trust myself tonight may was was what snapping what they maybe just a bad bridge was are loud cut it wasn't allowed on the radio no but the lyrics to this are take me there take me with you i can't be alone tonight i can't trust myself tonight so this is a guy who's like got serious issues with like i i dunno sue south and suicidal tendencies or like self destructive habits and so like he's telling this girl to be like a human shield puts screen him and his own suicidal tendencies so that he has somebody else to hurt yes i see i like the the the evolution of the song think go through atlanta terry evolution the revolution of the lyrics where he goes to the very the the beginnings very kind of down in and dreadful and then he goes into this like very uplifting very right very charismatic in.