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The phenomenom where the actors in movies about ancient Rome speak with British/Australian accents. This goes way back to the films with Richard Burton up to modern day films with Russell Crowe.
Julius Caesar wasn't British was he? No,it's just a Roman paradox.
by wolfbait51 April 10, 2011

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