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Kirsty Corrigan writes for History Today

7 March 2018

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Dr Kirsty Corrigan, Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies, has contributed the cover article to the latest edition of History Today magazine, March 2018, entited 'Brutus: Character Assassination’.

Launched in 1951, History Today is a monthly magazine dedicated to bringing history to a wide audience. Its circulation is approximately 18,500 readers.

Kirsty's article argues that Marcus Junius Brutus (85–42BCE), the conspirator behind the assassination of Julius Caesar (100–44BCE), did not always act for moral principles or for the benefit of the Roman Empire, as is usually portrayed.

The edition of History Today is on sale now, and full article is available here with an online subscription.


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