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    Octavian who is later known as Caesar Augustus is the grand nephew of Julius Caesar. Caesar Augustus, like Julius Caesar, will use a Triumvirs to gain political power. In his Triumvirs is M. Antony and Lepidus, from 43 BC to 38 BC. This began as a 5-year agreement and the men have 45 legions combined. Their first course of action is proscription list with the names of three hundred senators and two thousand Equites. This proscription was for revenge and to increase their funds and M. Antony made…

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    their overall success during each specific reign. With that being said, rulers such as Augustus, and Alexander met these qualifications as they each held a strong significance in regards to ancient history. Over the course of time Ancient Greek Biographers began to recount these influential men’s lives: First it can be shown in Plutarch’s, “The Life of Alexander,” and then secondly in Suetonius’s “The Life of Augustus.” Each of the leaders discussed have an array of similarities, as well as…

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    on the name of Caesar Augustus from his given name of Octavian. When Octavian was 18, Julius Caesar made him his heir and adopted son. He joined Marc Antony and ruled Rome and western land and Antony ruled Egypt and east. Due to confliction with each other, Octavian persuaded Rome to invade Egypt and ultimately won after Antony committed suicide following the news of his wife’s passing. This is when Octavian now ruled all Roman lands and gave himself the title of Augustus, which means…

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    glorified achievements. It is likely that, before inscriptive publication, the recording may have gone through several drafts and corrections by both Augustus himself, and his predecessors. Although the recording might not be considered genuinely factual (given its first person narrative nature), it certainly provides insight into the accomplishments of Augustus and furthermore, is a notable piece of…

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    Although he was the heir of Augustus and the throne was rightfully his, he lacked the strength and character that his father Augustus had. This would continue on with the next four emperors; Caligula, Claudius, and Nero. Until this point these emperors were known as the Julio-Claudian Dynasty. This was due to the last name. They…

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    Born the son of Gaius Octavius and Atia Balba Caesonia, Augustus Caesar was known by many names, each possessing a certain period of his long life. He was born on the 23rd of September, 63 B.C, and was given the name Octavius then Octavian after the Emperor Julius Caesar adopted him. Only after he was appointed the first emperor of Rome was he given the title of Augustus Caesar. Octavian’s father, Gaius Octavius, was first in the family to be elected into the high office of the Roman senate.…

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    found. After the founding of the coin Laurie Rimon turned the coin into the Israel Antiquities Authority. The coin was so rare that there was only one other coin of that type in the world besides that one. The coin had the face of the Roman emperor Augustus. The Roman coin actually turned out to be a dime and was worth and sold for 2k. Dr. Danny Syon a coin expert stated that the coin was rare at a global level. For Laurie Rimon it wasn’t easy parting with the coin. ‘’ It’s not easy…

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    Why Was Julius Caesar Bad

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    Augustus also held multiple powers handed to him for the rest of his life by the Senate, which including supreme military command. To determine the exact layout which a Republican state could be led under only Augustus took some time, and it did not just happen overnight. This type of layout or constitution led to the creation of the Roman Empire. The Mediterranean world remained at peace for more than two centuries under the rule of Augustus Caesar, something that Julius…

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    Even though she thinks Augustus is beautiful and, hot and charming, his driving isnt exactly any of those. Speeder Augustus tells Hazel that getting his driver's license next fall.Hazel tells Augustus all about her disease and how everyone thought that she was going to die until she took a pill, which made her tumors smaller.Once entering Augustus's home, she notices a lot of inspiring phrases all over the wall—they're Encouragements there explains. Augustus wants to watch a movie with Hazel in…

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    This was mainly possible because of influential leaders that steered the empire. The first ruler, Augustus, was a merciless rebel early in his career, but soon became an astute general by winning numerous wars and uniting the people in his empire. After more than a century of Augustus’s reign, Marcus Aurelius championed the highest seat in Roman society. Aurelius, unlike his counterpart Augustus, was a benevolent commander who practiced stoicism. The two emperor’s respective natures are…

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