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Octavian Augustus

Summary: Highlights Octavian's career as ruler of the Roman Empire. Touches base on how he came to power, his rule and reformation of government, and explores the legacy he left behind.
The Roman Empire was the most powerful and dignified civilization in the history of the western world. Rome's military and government were responsible for making it the extensive empire it is known as today. The government however did not always run smoothly. There was a period of violence and pandemonium in the government. When Rome was a republic, the governing body was not structured at all. There was no constitution and legislation depended on an agreement of Senators. Although it was an effective form of government throughout the third century B.C., by the year 2000 B.C. it began losing competency for handling the riots and corrupt politicians. Even in political assemblies, violence prevailed rather than debate. There was a desperate need for change, and Caesar had the will to make it happen. He brought upon the Roman Revolution, gaining control of the empire. By doing this, he...

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