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Augustan Age Study Notes

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Complete summaries for the Augustan Age option for the HSC Ancient history course

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1st millennium BC Ancient Rome Julio-Claudian dynasty Time Cleopatra Augustus Julius Caesar 43 BC Second Triumvirate Mark Antony Battle of Actium Sextus Pompey Wallace-Hadrill Augustus Octavian Caesar Octavianus Early
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1st millennium BC Ancient Rome Julio-Claudian dynasty Time Cleopatra Augustus Julius Caesar 43 BC Second Triumvirate Mark Antony Battle of Actium Sextus Pompey Wallace-Hadrill Augustus Octavian Caesar Octavianus Early
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Antony and Octavian sought to fill this vacuum - Octavian’s early career shows ambition, determination and political astuteness - Antony’s actions made him lose popularity within Rome, one of his power bases, given he was Caesar’s right hand - Caesar’s will nominated Octavian as his chief heir and adopted son - On hearing news of the assassination, Octavian headed to Rome to claim his inheritance and avenge Caesar’s murder - Enroute to Rome, Octavian presented himself to Caesar’s veterans in Campania, securing their support by giving them large donations. This act suggested that Octavian had already decided to become Caesar’s political and military heir - On arrival to Rome, he accepted th...
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