As the wars in Gaul finally come to an end, Caesar is faced with both triumph and tribulation.
With growing political tensions at home, Caesar needs a voice within the Senate.
Caesar, at the head of his still advancing army, sends Vorenus and Pullo on a mission to scout out Pompey's defenses.
Pompey, Brutus, Cicero, Cato, and Scipio discuss the current situation.
Pompey must stall for time, and his supporters urge him to make peace with Caesar.
With Caesar leading his legions against Pompey, Mark Antony is left to govern Rome
Caesar is desperate for troops after the tragedy in the Adriatic.
Having pursued Pompey into Egypt, Caesar arrives in Alexandria and meets the boy king Ptolemy XIII.
With Scipio and Cato defeated, Caesar returns home to a hero's welcome.
Unanimously proclaimed Dictator by the Senate, Caesar pronounces the civil war over and proclaims a triumph.
While Pullo descends into Erastes' netherworld, Vorenus negotiates a severance for veteran soldiers.
As a result of their exploits in the arena, Pullo and Vorenus have become heroes in Rome.