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VII. Augustus and the End of the Republic: Part 1

Augustus of Prima Porta
Statue-Augustus” by Till Niermann is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

 

Gaius Octavius Thurinus was no one special. At least, that was how he would’ve seemed to anyone who knew him as a boy. As the clever but perpetually ill son of a minor Roman nobleman, no one could have known that little Gaius would grow up to change the course of Roman history. No one could have known that Continue reading VII. Augustus and the End of the Republic: Part 1