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McFarland, Melanie (11 January 2007). "On TV: Hail to the return of HBO's 'Rome' ". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Archived from the original on 15 November 2020 . Retrieved 25 April 2009. Epic Roman drama unveiled". BBC. 27 October 2003. Archived from the original on 18 September 2017 . Retrieved 25 April 2009.
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Annual DGA Awards". aDirectors Guild of America. Archived from the original on 15 November 2020 . Retrieved 21 July 2012. Lynette Rice (4 March 2010). "Exclusive: HBO series 'Rome' may finally be headed to the big screen". Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on 15 November 2020 . Retrieved 2 August 2010. Neigher, Eric (21 September 2005). "Rome: Season One". Slant Magazine. Archived from the original on 12 November 2005 . Retrieved 20 October 2010.
Mark Antony runs Rome while Caesar pursues Pompey; Pullo takes Octavian to a brothel; Atia tries to mend fences with Servilia. View Details Capping its successful first season, Rome won four Emmy Awards out of eight nominations in 2006, for the episodes " Caesarion", " Triumph", " Kalends of February" and " Stealing from Saturn".  The series also won an Art Directors Guild (ADG) in the category "Excellence in Production Design – Single-Camera Television Series" for the pilot episode "The Stolen Eagle". Michael Apted won the Directors Guild of America (DGA) in the category "Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Night" for "The Stolen Eagle". The series itself was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the category " Best Television Series – Drama", and Polly Walker who portrayed Atia of the Julii was nominated in the category " Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series – Drama".   The series was also nominated for three Satellite Awards, two for season 1 and the last for season 2.  The pilot episode "The Stolen Eagle" won a Visual Effects Society (VES) award in the category "Outstanding Visual Effects – Broadcast Series". Writers Guild of America (WGA) nominated the series for the category "Best Writing – New Television Series" in 2005. The series was also nominated for four British Academy Television Awards (BAFTA), three in season 1 (2006) and one in season 2 (2008).  In 2005, the series was nominated for a Cinema Audio Society Award (CAS) in the category "Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series" for the episode " The Spoils".  The British award ceremony nominated the series for the Royal Television Society (RTS) award in the category "Best Visual Effects – Digital Effects".  For season 2 (2007) Alik Sakharov won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series, for the episode " Passover".
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Bruno, Mike (12 December 2007). "The 14th Annual SAG Award Nominations". Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on 3 January 2008 . Retrieved 11 May 2018. Mark Wilson (2007). "2007 Emmy Awards Nominations". About.com. Archived from the original on 4 September 2009 . Retrieved 25 April 2009. David Bamber as Marcus Tullius Cicero, a moderate politician and scholar, faced with trying to save the traditional Republic from the ambitions of the various characters on the show. He is depicted as craven and willing to take any position to save his own skin. The real Cicero was a Roman politician, writer and orator.
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Historical accuracy [ edit ] Gorgoneion from credits, depicting its use in the ancient world as a protective apotropaic symbol.  Gold, Matea (24 August 2005). "HBO's Rome wasn't built in a day". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on 15 July 2014 . Retrieved 10 July 2014.
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Educational Television Awards 2003". Royal Television Society. 2007 . Retrieved 25 April 2009. [ permanent dead link]Prince Herod has shipped in a secret consignment of gold for the Triumvirate, and Octavian instructs Vorenus to oversee its safe passage discreetly into Rome. Vorenus delegates the task to Pullo, who is known and trusted by both Octavian and Mark Antony, much to the ire of Vorenus' third man, Mascius. However, Gaia poisons Eirene's tea, causing Eirene to die in childbirth with a stillborn baby boy. Pullo is incapacitated with grief, so Mascius takes over the operation. An ambush results in the theft of the gold and the near death of Mascius. As accusations fly, Maecenas is convinced that Antony and Posca are the culprits. He had earlier plotted with Posca to steal a portion of the gold for themselves, but now believes that he has been double-crossed. He exacts his revenge by revealing to Octavian that sexual relationships still exist between Antony and Atia and between Octavia and Agrippa. Octavian sends Marc Antony away to Egypt, and Lucius Vorenus joins him. Great series, mostly accurate from a historical perspective. But, still able to flesh out a good fictional story. You follow two soldiers, who happen to be there, when history plays out.