It was a promise that he granted to the roman people and Caesars bequests as soon as he had some type of power after the death of Julius Caesar. In 42 BC, Octavius and Mark Anthony (the second triumvirate) assembled twenty eight thousand legions and engaged the main instigators ' of Caesars death in which was Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junius Brutus in Philippi Macedonia. Brutus and Cassius had an army of around nineteen thousand legions, around ten thousand legions less but had occupied the best position as they at the top two little hills in west of Philippi. Under mark Anthony 's order, the armies between the second triumvirate and Brutus and Cassius engaged twice and the triumvirs being successful in both battles. Octavian played little role in both battles as he was young ( around 18-20 years of age) and unexperienced with combat tactics.
Historians today are convinced that Alessandro was fathered by the seventeen year old Cardinal Giulio de Medici. His father would later become Pope Clement VII. Cardinal Giulio was the nephew of Lorenzo the Magnificent. When Giulio was being elected Pope in 1523, he was forced to relinquish the lordship of Florence but he appointed a regent for his thirteen year old son Alessandro who had just been created Duke of Penna, and a nephew, Ipollito. They were the last of what has come to be referred to as the elders of the family.
The mighty Roman Empire was divided for easier control in 285 CE by emperor Diocletian. The wealthy eastern empire lived on as the Byzantine Empire, while the western half declined into the middle ages from 500-1500 CE. In an attempt to revive the Holy Roman Empire, the Frankish Empire emerges, ruled most importantly by Charlemagne. In this time period, the Church was able to become higher than the state with a partnership between the pope and the emperor. The Frankish Empire lasted 35 years after Charlemagne’s death, but his three grandsons went to war over who the successor of the Frankish empire was.
The senators and consuls make up the republic. Octavian made himself senator year after year. Then both consuls died and they made Octavian consul. One year he told them he would give away his power but they refused and cave Augustus more power than a normal consul. The Republic helped create the roman empire through Augustus.
In his mind, he felt he was doing the white man a favor. Eventually, he was exiled for the first time due to his distasteful leadership skills. He eventually learned slavery was wrong. The first time Napoleon was exiled. He was exiled to an island off the coast of Italy known as Elba.
The Stamp Act required may printed materials in the colonies be produced on stamped paper that came from London Richard boycotted against the Stamps in Westmoreland Country and lead an armed party against the local stamp distributor. He would make his own clothes and wine so that he would not give them any of his money. Richard was the more energetic in significant member of the First and Second Continental Congresses. Richard assisted in the Declaration of Rights, the Address to the King, the Memorial to the people of British America and the letter to the people of Canada and Florida. Richard Lee and John Adams became leaders of the movement of independence in 1776.
Buchanan made the Northerners even more angry by supporting the Lecompton Constitution, which would have allowed Kansas to become a slave state, but it was voted down and Kansas became a part of the Union. The republicans then started to block most of Buchanan’s agenda, so James vetoed republican legislation. James did not want reelection in 1860. Buchanan didn 't think that states had the right to become independent, but he didn 't have any proof from the constitution to prove it. In the end, Buchanan left the whole slavery problem to be resolved by Abraham
Introduction John Cabot was an Italian navigator and explorer. He who was also the first European to discover the coast of North America. John Cabot was born in Genoa, Italy somewhere around in the 1450 and died in 1509 late after his successful voyage he later died in 1509. His father, Giulio Caboto, was a spice merchant. John Cabot had a brother named Piero.
Octavian eventually exiled Octavian, and defeated Antony at sea, who eventually committed suicide with his Egyptian wife Cleopatra. Being the only remaining ruler, Octavian Returned to Rome and declared himself princeps of Rome. In 27 BC, the Senate gave Octavian the holy title of Augustus, and later ruled for 41 years. The policies he enacted set the groundwork for the era of peace known as the Pax
Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, better know as Quintilian today, is know as one of the greatest teacher’s of rhetoric from the roman time. In 35 CE, Quintilian was born in Calagurris in the Roman Province of Hispania Tarraconensis, the region we call Spain today. Not much is known of Quintilian’s youth, but around 50 CE his father, who was also a rhetorician, sent him to Rome for education. When in Rome, Quintilian studied under Remmius Palaemon for grammar and Domitius Afer for rhetoric. Along with being a rhetorician, Afer was also a consul, or high-ranking politician in Rome.