The Ides of March history is taught in just about every school across the country. Some see this historical day as just another day like any other, but one important figure in history would certainly disagree.
Today, we note that the Ides of March is the day when Julius Caesar met his untimely end. Julius Caesar was stabbed to death in the Roman senate on this very dire and fateful day. Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus were among those included in this tragic event.
Some people today still look with dread at this very historical day. They see it as foreshadowing something wicked or evil that is about to happen.