Title: Pax Romana
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119). Octavius changed his name to Augustus Caesar as he took supreme control over the Roman Empire and was given the ‘authority of tribune’ which gave him the ultimate power of veto over the senate. He became Rome’s first true Emperor and ruled until his death 45 years later in A.D. 14 (Kreis, 2001)...
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He became Rome’s first true Emperor and ruled until his death 45 years later in A.D. 14 (Kreis, 2001).
This period of time was so important to the empire, because it represented a time to restore peace to, reform and reconstruct the Roman Empire. Augustus quietly retained the ultimate control over the senate and the Roman government, but kept the appearances of being confined by the government’s constraints (Greer & Lewis, p...
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