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But his tact did not fail him in winning Octavianus, as before it had made Antony his friend.
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Octavianus Augustus, second emperor of the Romans, meeting on a day a country fellow named Eutychus -that is, fortunate-driving an ass named Nicon-that is, in Greek, Victorian-moved by the signification of the ass's and ass-driver's names, remained assured of all prosperity and victory.
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Commencement of the revolutionary century at Rome, I.E. from the time of the excitement produced by the attempts made by the Gracchi to reform the commonwealth, to the battle of Actium (B.C. 31), which established Octavianus Caesar as sole master of the Roman world.
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Caesar is killed in the Senate-house; the Civil wars are soon renewed, Brutus and Cassius being at the head of the aristocratic party, and the party of Caesar being led by Mark Antony and Octavianus Caesar, afterwards Augustus. 42.
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Dissensions soon break out between Octavianus Caesar and Antony. 31.
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Antony is completely defeated by Octavianus Caesar at Actium.
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Egypt becomes a Roman province, and Octavianus Caesar is left undisputed master of Rome, and all that is Rome's.
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High in his hall the Imperator sate- OCTAVIANUS CAESAR AUGUSTUS sate.
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Caesar is killed in the Senate-house; the Civil wars are soon renewed, Brutus and Cassius being at the head of the aristocratic party, and the party of Caesar being led by Mark Antony and Octavianus Caesar, afterwards Augustus.
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A curiate law passed, by which Octavius was adopted into the patrician gens of the Julii, and was put into legal possession of the name which he had already assumed-C. Julius Caesar Octavianus.
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True, at this hour commerce had ceased; but many had gone to the port in search of news, or even to greet before others the first ship returning from the victorious fleet; for that Antony had defeated Octavianus in a great battle was deemed certain.
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At first he protested that he had witnessed on the Peloponnesian coast a great victory gained by the Egyptian galleys over those commanded by Octavianus; but the queries of the two friends involved him in contradictions, and he then pretended to know nothing, and to have spoken of a victory merely to please the Alexandrian gentlemen.
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The captured sailors had said that the fleet of Octavianus had defeated Cleopatra's, and the Queen had fled, but that the land forces were still untouched, and might yet decide the conflict in Antony's favour.
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Had Octavianus taken possession of them?
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No possible chance, not even the most terrible, was forgotten, and when he saw her sinking in the ship, stretching her beautiful arms imploringly towards him, to whom she had so long turned in every perilous position, when he beheld her a captive in the presence of the hostile, cold-hearted Octavianus, the blood seemed to freeze in his veins.
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Calm thought convinced him that nothing had yet happened which compelled belief in the worst result; and, as one who needs consolation often finds relief in comforting another, Archibius cheered his own heart by representing to his younger friend that, even if Octavianus were the victor and should deprive Egypt of her independence, he would scarcely venture to take from the citizens of Alexandria the free control of their own affairs.
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He is too closely connected with Octavianus.
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He would have sought the Queen's presence at once-if necessary, forced his way to it; but the historian Timagenes, who had just come from Rome, was expecting him, and he had not returned to his birthplace as a private citizen, but commissioned by Octavianus to act as mediator in putting an end to the struggle which had really been decided in his favour at the battle of Actium.
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There he soon purchased his freedom, and attained such distinction that Octavianus entrusted this important mission to the man who was so well known in Alexandria.
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Actium ere the ships arrived, and had already made overtures to Octavianus when the Imperator came.
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Examples of Octavianu

Example #1
The seventh year, which is there a relative one, has here become fixed,-not varying for the various properties, but common for the whole land, a sabbatical year after the manner of the Sabbath day.
Example #2
This amounts to a serious increase in the difficulty of the matter, for it is not one and the same thing to have the abstinence from harvest spread over seven years and to have it concentrated into one out of every seven.
Example #3
And believe me, upon mine honour, they at his request went to her burial and funeral obsequies.
Example #4
In the meanwhile, poor Gargantua staying at home, and willing to have somewhat in remembrance of her to be engraven upon her tomb, made this epitaph in the manner as followeth.
Example #5
Throughout this period Rome was engaged in important foreign wars, most of which procured large accessions to her territory.
Example #6
After his murder, caused by the treachery of Saepio, 140, Lusitania was subdued; but the Numantine war became still more violent, and the Numantines compelled the consul Mancinus to a disadvantageous treaty, 137.