Augustus: The Golden Age of Rome
One in a series on leaders in the ancient world, this book examines the life of Gaius Octavian Augustus (63BC -14AD), first emperor of Rome and founder of a Roman state that endured for centuries. It also traces his path to power, as he outmanoeuvred Cassius, Brutus, Cleopatra and Mark Antony.
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The young Marcus Antonius
Caesars Mantle At Rome
Head of Augustus as a child
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