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Homosexuality in ancient rome often differs markedly from the contemporary west. Latin lacks words that would precisely translate homosexual and heterosexual. The primary dichotomy of ancient roman sexuality was activedominantmasculine and passivesubmissivefeminine. Roman society was patriarchal, and the freeborn male citizen possessed political liberty (libertas) and the right to rule. of course, like us, romans and latins had been having sex forever but, according to roman historian titus livius patavinus (aka livy), soon after the founding of rome (in 753 bc), sex attained indelible and inextricable political and historical importance in the annals of rome. Right from the start, sex was linked to momentous constitutional development for the roman state. the battle of alesia or siege of alesia was a military engagement in the gallic wars that took place in september, 52 bc, around the gallic oppidum (fortified settlement) of alesia, a major centre. Also, the story of cleopatra and caesar is full of love, romance, greed, and war. Caesar was pursuing (going after, chasing) a roman army that tried to keep him from returning. In another case of same sex in the army, de bello hispaniensi, a book believed to have been written by julius caesar (although the authorship is heavily disputed) details caesars campaigns on the iberian peninsula and mentions a roman officer who engages in. mark antony and octavians bitchfight from season 2 of hbos rome. No judgments on anal sex here, but putting professional anal sex experts on the imperial payroll is a bit much. He has 80,000 soldiers at hand, which might give the reader some sense of the scale involved. in the power vacuum left by julius caesars death, a struggle commenced to gain control of rome. The main contenders were caesars grandnephew octavian and mark antony, who partnered with the famed cleopatra. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the battle between octavian and mark antony, as well as its aftermath. the sex life of julius caesar compared to some of the deviant roman emperors that followed, julius caesar almost seems tame.