'Woman Looking Across the Rubicon.'
A woman looks across the Roman Bridge over the Rubicon river (towards the ancient Roman Republic), the boundary of ancient Cisalpine Gaul and the Roman Republic. The river is famous for it being crossed in 49BC by Julius Caesar who was the Governor of Gaul, therefore sparking a civil war. "Cross the Rubicon" is an idiom which means to commit to a plan or course of action that cannot be reversed. August 2020. Savignano Sul Rubicone, Italy.