Augustus Caesar was one of the most powerful leaders in Rome’s history. He was born on September 23, 63 BC, and died in August 19, AD. As the first emperor of Rome and for establishing the Roman empire, he is very well known for doing these things for Rome. His birth name was Gaius Octavius Thurinus, but people usually called him Octavian. Octavian’s mother was related to Julius Caesar.
My timeline project will be talking about things I chose from chapter 8 through chapter 13 such as Greek Mythology, Socrates, Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar's, and Cincinnatus. My first topic I will be talking about Greek Mythology it will be going in chronological order. The timeline will go from Greek Mythology all the way to Julius Caesar. It will include facts about the topic and what and why they did what they did. In the timeline it will include their date of birth and there death date and how they died if they did die.
Octavian (Augustus) Caesar was the adoptive son of Julius Caesar and became the emperor of Rome in 33 B.C . Augustus was a good leader of Rome because he was very humble, he was an excellent military leader, and restored Rome to its highest potential. Augustus was a very humble ruler. When he was approached with the title “dictator for life”(multiple times), he turned it down.
Osiris: Osiris represented the dead pharaoh, who was brought to a new life and reigned the underworld. Osiris is thought to have been killed by the evil god Seth, but then brought to life by Isis, his wife and sister. In their new life, the Egyptians believed that men and sacred animals would become “Osirified”. Seti I: Seti I was the second pharaoh of the nineteenth dynasty in Egypt.
Claudius was a strange, but an amazing emperor. He did many great things and is sometimes considered one of the best Roman Emperor ever. He was the first emperor not be born in Italy, he reformed the military and financial affairs, and he was terrible at finding love. One incident resulted in his death. He was also the first emperor to be made emperor by the praetorian guard.
Before gaining an understanding towards the "Siege of Alesia", we must recognize the leader which led the legions during the Gallic Wars, named Gauis Julius Caesar. Gauis Julius Caesar was born on the 13th of July, 100 BC. Julius Caesar was a Roman politician and general who played a vital role in the events of destroying the idea of a Roman republic resulting with the rise of the Roman Empire. During his early life, Caesar was born to one of Rome's leading families, which came from a senatorial class. Rome was divided into two broad classes, the Patricians, which were a small group of aristocratic families having relations to the upper class societal level, and the Plebeians, which represented everybody else resembling the lower class societal
Have you ever looked at great presidents in U.S.A, and wondered if that happened before in history? In Ancient Rome, there was a leader named Julius Caesar who was one of the great leaders in history. He reformed the Roman republic and was great military strategist who expanded and strengthened Rome. Soem people though say he was a villain because he had ambitios,and sought for power and glory, which sometimes might be at the expense of the republic. So that is why people wonder, was Julius Caesar a hero or villain?
Who do you picture when you imagine Cleopatra? Some may see a beautiful, powerful, and alluring pharaoh, the last in a dynasty of Macedonian rulers founded by Ptolemy. Others may see a sex-crazed, attention-hogging harlot who would have slept with anyone for power. The truth is, Cleopatra VII of Egypt was a popular, charming leader, although many people do not realize this because they are imagining her through Roman eyes. Roman propaganda painted her as a crazy, seductive queen who wanted too much power—something women were not allowed to have.
Julius Caesar achieved such a great amount of influence after he vanquished Gaul and brought back much riches, most of the Romans loved and cherished him, yet some didn 't. He made more employments and numerous changes that helped poor ranchers, merchants, artisans. On the other hand he was the most recent in a long line of officers and tribunes who had misused their authority and harmed the republican foundations which were vital to the Roman government. He made himself out to be a king, something discredited by most romans since the fifth century BC when it turned into a full republic kept running by the senate rather than rulers. "Friends" of Caesar and other people 's issues with him was that they were jealous of him, their own
The Roman leader Julius Caesar was a great reformer that helped restore and reform Rome. He had done a lot to help Rome and had brought many good things to Rome under his rule. He reformed government, stopped corrupt nobles in power, and helped restore cities that were destroyed by the republic. Firstly, he reformed government in Rome.