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Dear Octavian When Lepidus retired why did you choose to take the west and not the east What strategies did you use to defeat Marc Antony and win the Battle of Actium to become the sole Dictator Did it feel invigorating to know that you had earned even more power than Julius Caesar You then were made the one who made all of the final decisions including laws and foreign policy Was it hard to live up to all of your peoples expectations Did you return Rome to power and glory like you promised How did you act to end all civil wars expand territories and create more jobs which you also promised the people of Rome I think that you were a very positive Emperor and probably the best one Rome has had in all of history Your popularity with the people must have influenced them in many ways I am sure that you improving the Roman military helped get you tasks such as expanding territories done Being the commander of the army and navy must have meant that you were a great strategist It was extremely smart of you to offer citizenship to anyone who joined the army or navy and doubling the size of the military How did you think of that Extending trade routes to Europe Asia and Africa must have increased the trade significantly Did your Empire make a lot of profits from trade How exactly did you better the living conditions inside the Empire Who were allowed inside the schools that you founded Were people excluded because of their gender or race Did encouraging the arts and literature have a large affect on your people because they adored you When architecture increased did the cities become more compact Thank you for all of the great tasks you have succeeded in doing that have effected life everyday up un till this year 2002 I
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