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The Second Triumvirate of Rome

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Evaluates the significance of the second triumvirate prior to Antony's death. Marked 80%

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1st millennium BC Ancient Rome Time Julio-Claudian dynasty Cleopatra Augustus 43 BC Julius Caesar Second Triumvirate Battle of Actium Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Empire Edward Arnold Lucius Caesar
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1st millennium BC Ancient Rome Time Julio-Claudian dynasty Cleopatra Augustus 43 BC Julius Caesar Second Triumvirate Battle of Actium Marcus Aemilius Lepidus Empire Edward Arnold Lucius Caesar
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1 This new government was essentially a joint dictatorship, where the three members of Antony, Lepidus and Octavian had ultimate authority, capable of completely disregarding Republican and Senatorial tradition through the use of political and military force. Thus, the utmost political and military significance of the Second Triumvirate cannot be underestimated. With their alliance firmly in place, the triumvirs significantly impacted life in Rome by enforcing proscriptions, avenging the death of Julius Caesar, and marking the effective end of the Republican party as well as ending the Senatorial supremacy; each of these demonstrating the sheer military and political significance ...
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