Julius Caesar, the Lover

Julius Caesar, the Lover

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NTNU Dragvoll,
Café Sito
Thursday 1 February
12.00
Tickets
Ida Östenberg är docent och forskare med inriktning på antiken skriver även i Svenskan och fick nyligen pris av Svenska Akademien

Julius Caesar, the Lover

Caesar is perhaps most known for his triumphs, in the classical sense of the term: after having conquered Gaul, he threw his dice, crossed the Rubicon and became sole dictator of Rome. He is less known as a lover, yet was known as ‘every man’s woman and every woman’s men’, he had a child with Cleopatra, and is said to have left progeny in Gaul. Ida Östenberg speaks with Thea Selliaas Thorsen, who is artistic leader of the festival and a specialist on love in Rome.

(The event is free, but all interested are recommended to reserve a free ticket. The event is in Norwegian.)

With:

Ida Östenberg
Thea Selliaas Thorsen