Augustus. The life and times of the founder of the Roman Empire (B.C. 63-A.D. 14)
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- Childhood and Youth, B.C. 63-44
- The Roman Empire at the Death of Iulius Cæsar
- The Inheritance
- The Consulship and Triumvirate
- Perusia and Sicily
- The New Constitution, B.C. 30-23
- The First Principatus, B.C. 27-23
- The Imperial and Military Policy of Augustus
- Augustus and His Worshippers
- The Reformer and Legislator
- Later Life and Family Troubles
- The Last Days
- The Emperor Augustus, His Character and Aims, His Work and Friends
- Augustus's Account of His Reign
- (From the Inscription in the Temple of Rome and Augustus at Angara)
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