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The Rise of Julius Caesar

Summary: Through tragedy, poor health, enemies, and obstacles Augustus was able to rise to a position of a Great Emperor. Julius Caesar.
Octavian's Beginning

When Octavian was born in 63 BC, his parents new he was destined for great things. His birth name was Gaius Octavius, he would later be known as Augustus Caesar. His father was a knight, whose whole career was sponsored by Julius Caesar and his mother was the niece of the great Julius Caesar. Caesar was the one who introduced Octavian to public life and adopted him in his will. Octavian was plagued with bad health since he was in his teens. His health was part of the reason that he didn't go in and lead much of his battles when he was an adult.

Octavian's Rises to Power

After Julius Caesar assassination Octavian began to rise to power. He started by taking his adopted father's name Gaius Julius Caesar. When hearing about Julius Caesar death he vowed revenge. Octavian was pitted in a...

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