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It is the Ides of March and Twitterati are busy cracking Caesar jokes

Published by Ishita Sengupta
| New Delhi |
Posted: 15 Mar 2018 3:11 pm

 March Ideas, Julius Caesar, Roman Calendar, March 15, Julius Caesar&#39s Assassination, Pompey Theater, Ides of March celebrations, Ides of Customs, Idea of March, indian express The Roman General Julius Caesar was assassinated the Ides of March . (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

This is the (in) famous March Ideas again. The date, 44 BC AD, is associated with the assassination of the Roman general Julius Caesar and, according to the Gregorian calendar, March 15. In Roman history, Caesar was stabbed that day by Senators and his friend Marcus Brutus on Capitol Hill. The death of Caesar made the Ides of Mars a turning point in Roman history. It is generally considered one of the events marking the passage from the historical period known as the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire.

It is also believed – and so was written by William Shakespeare in his play Julius Caesar – that Caesar was warned by a soothsayer to “be wary of the ideas of March,” even a few moments before d & # 39 to be murdered.

However, over the years, the day has also become famous for being one where bad things happen. And people on social media mark this day by sharing jokes, both about their lives and about the date. And this year has not been different. While one writes, “Why is there no taxi company called Caesar? Just greet Caesar and you can take a ride anywhere!” Another , evoking an imaginary situation inside the Roman theater, wrote, “Brutus: Wait, who is my seat again? Julius (sighs): A2, Brute. Some have also opined that “IdesOfMarch C is the only day you can tell anyone to be suspicious” and not end up on some kind of government watch list! “

Here are some of the tweets.

Watch out for the March ideas, maybe?

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