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The Lighter Side:

Fun Facts About Augustus Caesar

  • The month of August derives it name from Augustus Caesar, the first emperor of the Roman Empire. Augustus preferred the more humble title “First Citizen.”
  • Augustus was adopted by his great-uncle, Julius Caesar, who was murdered when Augustus was 19 years old.
  • Augustus was originally named Octavius, but changed his name to Gaius Julius Caesar when he was adopted. The Senate named him Augustus, or "the illustrious one.”
  • Augustus claimed power through an alliance with a talented general, Marc Antony, and a relationship with Cleopatra.
  • Augustus expanded the Roman empire into Egypt, Northern Spain, and Germany. His rule increased trade and travel between these regions.
  • Upon his death in 14 A.D. the Roman Senate declared Augustus a god.

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