Book signing

February 17, 2013 @ 8:00 pm – February 18, 2013 @ 12:00 am
Las Vegas

This is a live reading of various scripts by Media Guilds group, including two by MP Soldo, and will include a book signing of “Alexandria, the Stones of Macedonia” afterwards.

Date: Sunday, Feb 17, 2013. 2:00PM

Location: Las Vegas, Clark County Library, 1401 E Flamingo Rd.

I met some wonderful people today, and hope to hear from you! (my email is

MP Soldo 2-17-13 book signing 1

MP Soldo 2-17-13 book signing 2

MP Soldo 2-17-13 book signing 4

MP Soldo 2-17-13 book signing 3

MP Soldo 2-17-13 book signing 5

MP Soldo – Book Signing



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  1. Posted April 11, 2013 at 12:48 pm | Permalink

    1. Caesar was in Spain when he saw the statue of Alexander and wept, for at Caesar’s age Alexander had adarely conquered the known world and Caesar had only just begun on the path to glory.2. There were many great generals in the history of Rome but at the time Caesar was running for consul’ the greatest general was indeed Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, or Pompey the Great.3. Caesar had an affair, and a child, with Cleopatra VII, whom he met when he went to Egypt in pursuit of Pompey during the civil war. He didn’t marry though, it was strictly an affair of mutual convenience. It was Marc Antony that married Cleopatra a few years after Caesar’s assassination.

  2. Posted April 11, 2013 at 4:21 pm | Permalink

    3.) He had an affair w/t egyiptan queen Cleopatra whom he later married she was 21 he was around 54 sooooo1.) He found the statue of Alexander the Great in Spain, and wept..find that he was the exact same age as him when he conquered the world2.) Caesar’s consulship of 59 BC, Caesar sought the office of consul in 60BC .so I would say 59-60BC he sought consulship in RomeScipio Africanus, surely the greatest general that Rome produced OR during this time: Caesar, not Pompey, was now Rome’s great new general

  3. Posted April 12, 2013 at 12:00 am | Permalink

    I think Caesar played a big part in the fall of the Republic and the eslebtishmant of the Princeps for life title. But i think Caesar was just the final straw for the Republic. The Republic was well doomed before Caesar took total power. The actions of Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus, Marius, Sulla, Pompey all played a part in the fall of the Roman Republic.But the dependence on strong military leaders was a fatal flaw in the constitution of the Republic which allowed for the rise of Caesar. The senate was never strong enough to stand up to the military dictators that it helped to create. When the senate tried to stop Caesar from entering Rome the very army it gave him to conquer Gaul, Caesar used it to conquer Rome.Caesar actually expanded Rome’s borders to include Gaul, Germania, Britain, Egypt. But it was Caesar’s Dictator of Life’ that turned the position of military consul into the one man rule dictatorship and set the scene for the civil war and the Emperors the princeps of Augustus and later emperors.

  4. Posted April 12, 2013 at 3:03 am | Permalink

    All the other answers are right, but Caesar hmeislf was the greatest general Rome ever produced, many say he was the greatest general the world has ever produced.

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