The Many Loves in Rome

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THE MANY LOVES IN ROME
Atia and Mark antonyVorenus and NiobePullo and EireneLivia and Octavian

This page is basically to show you the many love relationships that were made between the Rome characters.

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Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar


Julius Caesar's relationship with Calpurnia was that they were married and later Calpurnia found out that he had been messing around with Servilia of the Junii.







Servilia of the Junii once had only love for dear Caesar and they were both lovers. But when Atia paid to have graphic sexual depictions of Servilia and Caesar drawn on almost every street corner literally humiliating Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, it caused Caesar to end the love affair coldly. Servilia cursed Caesar and Atia and schemed against them for vengeance.





Cleopatra was another lover of Caesar. She had enough will to set plans in motion to secure her foothold on him by purposely impregnating herself (with Titus Pullo's baby of course) before an encounter with Caesar to ensure a birth that she hoped would give her political status in Rome. Caesar and Cleopatra named the baby Caesarion, even though it truly wasn't his child. And in the end left him out of his will when he died.

Calpurnia
Calpurnia


Servilia
Servilia of the Junii


Cleopatra
Cleopatra



















Mark Antony
Mark Antony
















Octavia and Mark Antony didn't really have a true love connection towards one another on the show. It was more that they were forced into marriage by Octavia's brother, Octavian. Octavian thought it was a more suitable match and it was to suggest a public gesture of unity between himself and Mark Antony. Also Octavia's childbearing age made her more of a suitable match towards the marriage to Mark Antony. Octavia did have a child, a daughter named Antonia, while married to Mark Antony but she was also having an affair with Agrippa, the man she truly loved, so its not sure whether the child is Antony's or Agrippa's.




Mark Antony and Cleopatra's relationship began when Octavian forced Antony to relocate to Egypt because he finds out about Antony and Atia are still together as well as Octavia and Agrippa, regardless that their family behavior reflects upon Octavian's own honor. So when Antony arrives at the Egypt palace, he looks at Cleopatra with new eyes. After years go by, they have 2 children of their own Helios and Selene and are madly in love. But while he is with her he descends into a drunken and opium induced self-indulgent stupor. When Antony loses the battle against Octavian he tells Cleopatra the only way out of the situation is suicide. Octavian makes Cleopatra a secret offer: she can keep her life and her crown in exchange for allowing his men into the palace to take Antony. She is genuinely torn between her love for Antony, her duty as queen and her personal honor. She and Antony agree to die by their own hands, but with the help of her servant, Cleopatra later fakes her own suicide, prompting Antony to kill himself with the assistance of Vorenus. Cleopatra soon realizing that Octavian only wants her as a trophy and will never let her keep her throne and will kill her son Caesarion, since he is a threat to Octavian and his inheritance, foils him by allowing a venomous snake to bite her and dies by it while sitting on her throne next to Mark Antony for the very last time.
Atia
Atia of the Julii


Octavia
Octavia of the Julii








Cleopatra
Cleopatra



Lucius Vorenus
Lucius Vorenus
Vorenus and Niobe married when she was thirteen summers old. He went off to fight in the Gallic War for 8 years, she was forced to function as a single parent to their 2 daughters, Vorena the Elder and Vorena the Younger. During the 7 of the 8 years he was off at war the bureaucrats who had been delivering Vorenus's pay to her stopped doing so, claiming that he was dead. So she was astonished to see that he was in fact alive when he finally came home only for him to see her holding a baby. Niobe explains that the child was in fact, his grandson, the son of his now teen aged daughter, Vorena the Elder. But little did Vorenus know that Niobe's secret was that the "grandson" Lucius was actually her son by her sister Lyde's husband, which is Niobe's brother-in-law, Evander Pulchio, who had been her lover in Vorenus absence. He finds out about the secret when Servilia sends her assistant to inform him of his wife's infidelity. When Vorenus returns home grief stricken by the news and confronts his wife about it she doesn't deny it and tells him that she thought he was dead. At this Vorenus sits menacingly brandished a kitchen knife but shows no sign of directing violence against Niobe with it. Niobe seeing this, walks over to their balcony, tells Vorenus that the child is blameless and then commits suicide by falling off the second-floor balcony onto the stone ground below. Leaving Vorenus in shock by what she has just done. Niobe
Niobe











Titus Pullo
Titus Pullo
Titus Pullo first met Eirene when he saw her being dragged along by the treasury thief's. Pullo felt sorry for her and went against his superior Lucius Vorenus' wishes when he returned and set Eirene free. He made her his slave and soon fell in love with her. After a troublesome beginning in which Pullo killed Eirene's fiancee after learning of their relationship Pullo fell into a downward spiral. Eirene initially hated him and even considered killing him, Pullo over time convinced her he was sorry. Eirene
Eirene


Gaia
Gaia




Octavian
Gaius Octavian

Livia
Livia



Agrippa
Marcus Agrippa

Octavia
Octavia of the Julii



Mascius
Mascius

Gaia
Gaia



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Servilia of the Junii
Servilia of the Junii

Octavia
Octavia of the Julii




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