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Flash!: Complete Rome Season 2 Schedule

HBO is re-running the entire Rome Season 1 in the week before the premiere of the first episode of Season 2.

Here is the schedule for both the Season 1 repeats and the so far announced episodes of Season 2.

SEASON 1 RE-BROADCASTS

2007 -

Sun Jan 7 8:00 PM 1- 1 The Stolen Eagle
Sun Jan 7 9:00 PM 1- 2 How Titus Pullo Brought Down the Republic
Sun Jan 7 10:00 PM 1- 3 An Owl in a Thornbush
Mon Jan 8 8:00 PM 1- 4 Stealing From Saturn
Tue Jan 9 8:00 PM 1- 5 The Ram Has Touched the Wall
Wed Jan 10 8:00 PM 1- 6 Egeria
Wed Jan 10 9:00 PM 1- 7 Pharsalus
Thu Jan 11 9:00 PM 1- 8 Caesarion
Thu Jan 11 10:00 PM 1- 9 Utica
Fri Jan 12 8:00 PM 1-10 Triumph
Fri Jan 12 9:00 PM 1-11 The Spoils
Sun Jan 14 8:00 PM 1-12 Kalends of February


SEASON 2 ORIGINAL BROADCASTS

Sun Jan 14 9:00 PM 2- 1 Passover (recap)

Sun Jan 21 9:00 PM 2- 2 Son of Hades (recap)

Sun Jan 28 9:00 PM 2- 3 These Being the Words of Marcus Tullius Cicero (recap)

Sun Feb 4 9:00 PM 2- 4 Testudo et Lepus (The Tortoise and the Hare) (recap)

Sun Feb 11 9:00 PM 2- 5 Heroes of the Republic (recap)

Sun Feb 18 9:00 PM 2- 6 Philippi (recap)

Week of 25 Feb, first six season 2 shows repeat, as follows
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Sun Feb 25 8:00 PM 2- 1 Passover
Sun Feb 25 9:00 PM 2- 2 Son of Hades
Mon Feb 26 9:00 PM 2- 3 These Being the Words of Marcus Tullius Cicero
Wed Feb 28 9:00 PM 2- 4 Testudo et Lepus (The Tortoise and the Hare)
Thu Mar 1 12:00 AM 2- 5 Heroes of the Republic
Fri Mar 2 9:00 PM 2- 6 Philippi
Sun Mar 4 12:45 AM 2- 6 Philippi
Sun Mar 4 8:00 PM 2- 6 Philippi
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New episodes resume:

Sun Mar 4 9:00 PM 2- 7 Death Mask (recap)

Sun Mar 11 9:00 PM 2- 8 A Necessary Fiction (recap)

Sun Mar 18 9:00 PM 2- 9 Deus Impeditio Esuritori Nullus (No God Can Stop a Hungry Man) (recap)

Sun Mar 25 9:00 PM 2- 10 De Patre Vostro (About Your Father) (recap)

All times EST until March 10, EDT after March 11

All the episodes will be simultaneously broadcast on HBO, HBO Latino, and HBO High Def

Some season 1 episodes are also available currently on HBO On-Demand

SEASON 2 WEEKLY RE-BROADCASTS

Each new Season 2 original episode will be repeated during the week following on these days and times:

All showings simultaneously on HBO / HBO Latino / HBO HD unless otherwise noted.
All times EST/PST

Sun..........9:00 PM (Original Showing)
Mon.........1:00 AM (HBO2)
Mon.........9:00 PM
Tue........10:00 PM (HBO2)
Wed.......11:00 PM
Thu........11:00 PM (HBO Signature)
Fri...........1:00 AM
Fri..........10:00 PM
Sun........12:15 AM (12:30 Some Sundays, check your schedule)
Sun.........8:00 PM

These should be the times in Eastern and Pacific Time zones, Central and Mountain make the usual adjustments

If you get both East and West, of course, then you can watch at 3 hour offsets from the times listed.

All episodes will be available in HBO OnDemand the Monday following the original showing

- Cecil


Posted by Cecil on January 5, 2007 6:52 PM
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what does mascius mean when he says "...the caelian boys ..have been going at us like belgians."?

-- Posted by: joaquin at January 30, 2007 10:56 AM

Caesar, right in the beginning of his Gallic comentaries (Book 1, Chapter 1), describes the Belgians (Belgae) as the bravest - I think meaning fiercest - of the 3 main Gallic tribes. He attributes this to them being the furthest from the civilizing (and effeminizing) merchant trade, and from living right next to the equally fierce Germanic tribes, as is also true of the Swiss (Helvetii). Not our modern view of the Belgians, is it?

His comments: "Of all these, the Belgae are the bravest, because they are furthest from the civilization and refinement of [our] Province, and merchants least frequently resort to them, and import those things which tend to effeminate the mind; and they are the nearest to the Germans, who dwell beyond the Rhine, with whom they are continually waging war; for which reason the Helvetii also surpass the rest of the Gauls in valor, as they contend with the Germans in almost daily battles, when they either repel them from their own territories, or themselves wage war on their frontiers."

-- Posted by: Cecil Rose at January 30, 2007 11:19 AM

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