After this defeat, they both committed suicide. In 27 BC the Roman Senate gave Octavian the title of Augustus. So he now was Emperor of Rome. He was a great leader of Rome because he built many buildings, roads, and bridges in Rome, he brought peace to the land, and strengthened the army which conquered the Mediterranean Sea. Pax Romana, “Peace of Rome”, was a time where Rome sustained internal peace for about 200 years.
That is basically what Vespasian, the first emperor in the Flavian Dynasty, did, he cleaned up that big mess. He did everything they could to create a better Rome than what the last few people in power did. This Dynasty was modest, simplistic, and was faithful to the old ways.
In addition he was one of the first lieutenants since George Washington. This can reveal that he was highly respected among many men. After the American Civil War Grant went on a two year trip around the world being viewed as a hero. The son of the Duke of Wellington viewed him as a Primary Architect(Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History). He was not only the Lieutenant, he became president in 1869.
Akhenaten, also known as Amenhotep IV, was one of the most intriguing Pharaohs of Egypt. His 17-year old reign (c.1353-1336 BCE) was revolutionary to the country of Egypt. Under his leadership, he transformed the cultural, spiritual, and political life of the people in Egypt during 1353-1336 BCE. The life-giving sun deity, Aten, was a new religion honoring a single God founded by Amenhotep. Following this new religion, he changed his name to Akhenaten; making it known that he will be active on behalf of Aten as the ruler of his country.
Julius Caesar is considered one of the world’s best military leaders. He is known for his military power that influenced Rome from 60 B.C. - 44 B.C. He played a huge role in how Rome developed throughout the years because of his military contributions that either played a positive or a negative effect on Roman society. Caesar put in a lot of his effort and energy during the first triumvirate on the conquest of Gaul.
Caesar Augustus, the adopted son of Julius Caesar and Ruler of Rome, and God, the evident ruler of the Kingdom of God, have the same leadership goal; to bring peace and stability to their chaotic empire. The empire of Augustus was Rome, whereas God’s empire is the whole universe. In 27 BC, the start of his reign, Augustus created a period of Roman peace, called the Pax Romana for 207 years. Augustus worked to stabilize and glorify Rome through the building of beautiful monuments and buildings and creating a sound government system. This stability in the empire lasted long after Augustus’ death in AD 14.
He also introduced Rome’s calendar, the namesake Julian calendar. After his death, Caesar distributed his wealth back to the Roman people. It is evident that Caesar was a true man of the people, who gave his life to the glory of Rome. Though his reign was somewhat tumultuous, he ultimately was able to restore the Republic. Caesar was a stern, yet generous leader, who only had in mind the best interest of his city.
The source is a campaign speech advocating for imperialism. A written speech can be difficult to analyze because the tone the speaker uses when he speaks can imply more meaning than the words he says. Not all the details of the speech are included when it is typed up because the written version is missing the gestures, inflections, and tone of the original speech. The source is a persuasive speech intended to create voters for imperialism. The speech begins by inciting religion.
Marcus Aurelius, better known as Marcus Aurelius Antonius Augustus. He was born in April 26, 121 a.d. His occupation was known to have Scholar, Emperor, and even Military Leader. Marcus was born in Rome, Italy, but unfortunately, he died on March 17, 180 a.d. Marcus Aurelius kept the empire safe from the Parthians and Germans, from 161-180 a.d. as the emperor of Rome. Marcus was a well-known person due to his intellectual pursuits. He was known for his philosophical interests, Aurelius was one of the most respected emperors through out the whole Roman history.
(Unknown, Julius Caesar: Historical Background) Caesar also continued to use relationships as a catalyst to gain leverage in his aligning of the First Triumvirate, a loose coalition between Caesar, Pompey, and Crassus. Though not politically legitimate, this alliance had great influence and was used by Caesar to boost his political career by his because of his association with the other, influential members, and their financial support. (Plutarch 13). Caesar’s intelligence and carefully planned actions were critical in ensuring the success of his various ambitions, and ultimately allowed him to gain the favor of the Roman people through his persona and actions, and created a dominant