Analysis Of The Deeds Of The Devine Augustus

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Augustus wrote the Deeds of The Devine Augustus, it was a first person account of his rule over Rome. It was written before his death in 14 A.D. Augustus wrote this document as part autobiography and part last will and testament. The main story line of The Deed of The Devine Augustus describes Augustus’ political career, his military success, and ultimately serves as propaganda to inspire the Romans to continue in the path of his empire. The intended audiences of “The Deeds of The Devine Augustus” were the people of Rome, he wanted to shape the way the Roman people would remember him. It was written to give account to the current and future Roman people of all the things he accomplished throughout his lifetime and reign. We can safely assume
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