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Augustus Emily Heffernon Desiree Dybala
Augustus 63 BC – AD 14 real name: family background:Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus family background: father: Roman Senator mother: Julius Caesar’ niece adopted by Julius Caesar died of natural causes
Second Triumvirate political alliance by Augustus formed in 33 BCAntony and Lepidus help Augustus
Civil War Augustus declares war on EgyptAntony committed suicide with Queen Cleopatra of Egypt Julius Caesar was murdered Augustus returned home triumphantly
Augustus’ reign built roads governmentships to police the Mediterranean political system lasted for 3 centuries more territory wrote works promoted the arts
Cool Facts :] the month of August is named after himAugustus means Exalted or Sacred One
Emperor Augustus 63 B.C. – 14 A.D.. Family Background He was born Gaius Octavius on September 23, 63 B.C. He was born Gaius Octavius on September 23,
Fall of the Republic and the Rise of the Triumvirates.
General Powerful Public Speaker Had huge following among Rome’s poor.
Augustus Following the murder of Julius Caesar, the assassins were forced to flee for their lives.
The Roman Empire. The Result of the Assassination After Caesar’s assassination, three men took control of Rome forming the 2 nd Triumvirate. After Caesar’s.
Octavius BY HASSAN HOSSAYRAMI & JOSH HOUSMAN. Background OCTAVIAN WAS BORN on September 23rd 63 B.C. TO GAIUS OCTAVIUS—AND OLD, WEALTHY EQUESTRIAN FAMILY—AND.
Section 2. Triumvirate – group of three rulers Pax Romana – Roman Peace Civil War – conflict between groups within the same country Julius Caesar.
Roman Empire and Roman Peace. Do Now (U4D8) 12/9/2013 Write your Answer on an index card Question: Why did Roman Senators conspire and kill Julius Caesar?
Republic to Empire.
RULERS OF ROMAN EMPIRE. FIRST TRIUMVIRATE 60 BCE- Three army generals unite to rule Rome. Pompey Crassus Julius Caesar Caesar becomes consul and.
Rulers of Roman Empire. First triumvirate 60 BCE- Three army generals unite to rule Rome. –Pompey –Crassus –Julius Caesar Caesar becomes consul and commands.
Agustus By Joe Sasson. The Beginning Augustus was born Gaius Octavius on 23 September 63 BC in Rome. In 43 BC his great- uncle, Julius Caesar, was assassinated.
Caesar Augustus. Early Life Augustus was born on September 23, 63 B.C. in Rome His original name was Gaius Octavius, the same as his father. This is why.
From Republic to Empire. I. Political Reforms Change the Roman Republic A.Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus ’ political reforms for Rome: 1. Proposed laws limiting.
The Birth of the Roman Empire. Caesar in Power 60 BCE—Julius Caesar formed the FIRST TRIMVIRATE (rule of 3) with Pompey and Crassus 60 BCE—Julius Caesar.
Shadows of the Empire Caesar’s assassins believed they were saving the Republic The people of Rome did not share this belief Octavian, Caesar’s.
The Triumvirates and the Birth of an Empire Unit I Chapter 5 Section 2.
Imperial Rome Fall of the Republic Rise of the Empire.
Ancient Rome The Roman Empire (Continued). Key Terms Augustus Pax Romana.
7.3: Caesar and The Emperors. Julius Caesar *Nephew of Gaius Marius *Becoming a very popular Roman general *Powerful public speaker *Spent great amounts.
Republic to Empire AIM: How did the Roman Empire begin? Do Now: Why was Egypt important to the Romans? (Hint: Think River Valley)
Make a prediction: What do you think will happen in Rome after the death of Julius Caesar?
Chapter By: Alexis, Madi and Ana. Julius Caesar gained power though the political deal of the First Triumvirate When the Triumvirate broke up,
MARK ANTONY. Born April 20 th 83 BC He was born in the City of Rome Died August 1 st 30 BC Died in Alexandria, Ptolemaic Kingdom Was 53 years old. BirthDeath.
THE ROMAN EMPIRE UNIT 1 – GREECE AND ROME Chapter 5 – Greece
According to His Purpose 1.All things work together for good Romans 8:28 2.Things work out because they were designed to work out Ephesians 3:9-11 Ephesians.
DO NOW What characteristics make someone/character a hero? What characteristics make someone/character a villain?
The Death of Julius Caesar
Augustus. How Augustus Came To Power Augustus, formerly known as Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus was born on September 23 in 63 BC. He ended a century.
Collapse of the Roman Republic Goal: Explain the causes and outcomes of the end of the Republic.
A2 Classical Civilisation. The next three weeks… Everyone signing on to Introduction to the A2 course (unit 4) - Prezi Source work.
Chapter 12 The Roman Empire 50-BC to AD 150
The First Triumvirate Caesar Crassus Pompey
Gaius Octavius Thurinus (Caesar Augustus) Made By: Hannah Durynski & Tori Hagerty.
Through trade and conquering, the Roman Empire became incredibly wealthy. With this new wealth came new problems –Discontent among the lower classes of.
1) Why were troops more loyal to their generals than to their government? 2) How did political events help weaken the Roman Republic ( ). List 3.
Accelerated World History SEPTEMBER 18, Warm Up Explain the difference between a republic and a direct democracy.
Rome Becomes an Empire Key Question: What causes Rome to change from a Republic to an Empire?
DROPBOX ROME HW #3 TAKE OUT JULIUS CAESAR QUESTIONS YOU DID AFTER THE ROME TEST ON THURSDAY.
The Second Triumvirate and the Birth of Empire After his murder, the friends of Caesar, especially his second-in-command Marcus Antonius (Mark Antony)
Augustus and the Pax Romana
The Gracchus Brothers Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus attempt reform. Tiberius (133 B.C.E.) limited the amount of public land senators could use & moved landless.
From Republic to Empire SOL 6e,f Causes of Roman Republic Collapse Causes for the decline of the Roman Republic Spread of slavery in the agricultural.
Julius Caesar His role in the collapse of the Roman Republic.
Julius Caesar. Gaius Julius Caesar BC Born into a patrician family who claimed to be descended from Venus. – Patrician: upper-class, noble – Plebeian:
Ancient Rome Republic to Empire
Mark Antony and Octavian by Josh Portman and Chad Yip.
Julius Caesar Facts
Part 4 Notes: The Fall of the Republic. After the Punic Wars 1. Rome becomes the superpower of the Western Mediterranean Sea after the Punic Wars 2. Seen.
The Roman Empire. Roman Historians Pliny the Elder – questionable depictions of emperors Josephus (Jewish) – extra-Biblical information about Jesus Christ.
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