Post-Caesar Civil Wars – Battle of Mutina – Roman History DOCUMENTARY

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Kings and Generals’ historical animated documentary series on the history of Rome continues with a the episode of the post-Caesar Civil Wars, as we look at what happened after the initial shock of Caesar’s assassination. This episode will feature the rise of Octavian to prominence as well as Antony’s attempts to take over in Rome, which led to the battles of Mutina and Forum Gallorum in 43 BC

What Happened In Rome After Caesar’s Assassination:
Caesar in Gaul:
Caesar against Pompey:
How Caesar Won the Great Roman Civil War:
What Happened In Rome After Caesar’s Assassination:
Medieval Battles:
Roman History: Rise of the Vandals:
Marcus Aurelius:
Aurelian:
Commodus:
Claudius:
Sejanus:
Milvian Bridge:
Origins of the Germanic Tribes:
Julian and battle of Strasbourg:
Arminius: Cimbrian War: Teutoburg:
How the Fall of Rome Transformed the Mediterranean:

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Script: Peter Voller
Animation: Martin Stamatov
Illustration: Nargiz Isaeva
Machinima: MalayArcher ( using Total War: Rome II engine
Narration: Officially Devin (

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Sources:
Appian ‘The Civil Wars’ Book 3 & 4
Cassius Dio, ‘Roman Histories’ Books 45-48
Plutarch, ‘Life of Cicero’, ‘Life of Brutus’ and ‘Life of Antony’
Paterculus, ‘The Roman History’ Book 2
Cicero, ‘Letters to Friends’ 10.30
Tacitus, ‘Annals’ Book 1
Suetonius, ‘Life of Augustus’

Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound:

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Comment (26)

  1. Octavian and The Senate defeat Antony
    Senate: yay we did it! Now be a good boy Octavian and give your legions to papa Brutus 🤗
    Octavian: I have a better idea; joins Antony
    Senate: uh oh…

  2. clicked this video as part of the playlist for Rome, but it starts off as a video after "The assassination of Ceasar." So I know it's not chronological. Is there another playlist where these videos are chronological?

  3. Great work Kings and Generals! This video and the previous one are absolute masterpieces and I'm looking forward to the next installment in the series! I really hope that's coming soon as I believe it's been over a month now, and I am eager to see what happens next.

  4. Oke HistoryMarch and Kings and Generals are the best history channels :P. But historymarch has better voice overs but i don't know why i feel that way 😛

  5. I've said it before and I'll say it again Antony is a world class pr*ck. These battles were unnecessary and the soldiers didn't need to die for a vainglorious attempt of a naked power grab.

  6. Fool that i was to have ever admired this barbarian thug of a murderer. Gaius Octavian Caesar misnamed Augustus (ie the revered). . . .

    but well done, and bravo for not sugarcoating the thing

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