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Julius Caesar was assassinated by his colleagues due to treachery and fear of his rule which led to a civil war His death brought about a war between two strong political figures Octavian the step son of Julius Caesar and protg and Mark Antony a once ally to Octavian The two strong leaders of Rome came to conflict after the second triumvirate had spilt in two sections of Rome Octavian controlled the west and Antony the east The two had come to a conflict and another civil war was sparked With Octavian as the victor and Antony in Egypt the age of Rome as a Republic had ended forever With Octavian in power Rome flourished like it had never done before The reading Augustus Res Gestae is about the accomplishments Octavian had written himself These writings were well written in 3rd person form and were quite accurate to a point The points Octavian makes our about himself sort of a manifesto In the reading he only tells of the good he has committed for Rome He wrote this to have people remember what he has accomplished and hopes to have this remembered therefore engraving the writings into bronze The bronze manifesto tells us about how he brought peace and prosperity to Rome and how he brought Egypt into the Roman empire and so on The article on the tablets was well placed because it was a page after the story of the second triumvirate The manifesto sums up the good Octavian had brought to the Roman empire and was good at showing the basics of he had accomplished therefore the article was very informing for that chapter If the article was placed elsewhere it would have been awkward do to the fact of how the 6th chapter opens up Octavian explains his good in a fashion that may be related to the president of the United States Bill Clinton On occasion when the President makes
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