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June 16, 2004
Marcius is greeted by his fellow Patricians, from left Menenius (Tim Baird), Senator (Michelle Doucet), Cominius (Cedrick Hill), Marcius (Rich Warren) and Titus (Freeman Borden).
Marcius denounces the gathered Plebians.
Aufidius (Jonathan Brown), the Volscian general, is informed by his aide Adrian (Zach Symons) that the Romans are on the move against his territory
After the town of Corioli is taken, Aufidius and Marcius square off one on one.
The Tribunes, Brutus (Rachel Wahl) and Sicinius (Lyndsay Becker), Marcius' enemies at home plot to keep him from obtaining a superior political office to theirs.
and keep Marcius' political allies like Menenius (Tim Baird) off balance.
As things begin to unravel for the new war hero cum political campaigner, Marcius powerful mother Volumnia (Amanda Ifrah) and wife Virgilia (Tiffany Climenti) begin to ask questions.
Their plot a success, the Tribunes force the populace of Rome to mark Marcius a traitor and banish him from Rome.
No home now, Marcius prostrates himself to ask help of his sworn enemy Aufidius.
After a little payback, Aufidius accepts Marcius into his home and to plan the siege of Rome.
Menenius and Cominius deliver news of the new alliance and mounting forces outside of Rome to the two Tribunes.
On the eve of attack Volumnia asks her son to spare the city.
A mother's love and words begin to work on Marcius as Aufidius sees his visions of conquest go up in smoke.
Angered at what he saw as a betrayal and the mounting popularity of Marcius in his own troops, Aufidius spurns his own mob to kill Marcius.
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