A bit of twisted humor that serves a useful purpose. Slide pens or pencils into the holes on back and it looks like Caesar is being stabbed—which he was, on the Ides of March (March 15) in 44 B.C. A gift for history buffs, Shakespeare fans, and anyone who still speaks Latin. Heavyweight painted resin, about 7½" high. Pencils not included.
Ides of March Julius Caesar Pen and Pencil Holder