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)
This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.