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Octavian 62 B.C.-14 A.D. A. Grand nephew of Julius Caesar B. Will of Julius Caesar was read by Mark Antony, Octavian was in Greece 1. Octavian became the adopted son of Julius Caesar 2. ¾ of Caesar’s wealth 3. ¼ to the citizens of Rome C. Octavian’s army defeated Mark Antony D. Second Triumvirate, 43 B.C. 1. Octavian – Italy 2. Mark Antony – Egypt
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Lepidus North Africa E. Octavian joins with Mark Antony to defeat Brutus and Cassius in Greece, 42 B.C. F. Lepidus expelled in 33 B.C. G. Battle of Actium, 31 B.C. Octavian and Agrippa / Mark Antony and Cleopatra H. Octavian declared Emperor Caesar Augustus, 27 B.C. I. Pax Romana J. Died at age 76 in year 14 A.D....
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course HUMANITIES 2220 taught by Professor Elizabetheschbach during the Winter '08 term at Valencia.

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