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Imperator Gaius Julius Caesar
Octavianus Divi Filius Augustus
Samulus Maximus
Source: Mrs. Robinson’s notes and www.roman-emperors.org
Imperator Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus Divi Filius
Augustus passed away at the age of 76 on August 19, 14
A.D. in Nola, Italy The cause of death is unspecified.
Augustus was the founder of the Roman Empire, its first
Emperor. He ruled from 27 B.C. until his death in 14 A.D.
His parents were Atia and Gaius Octavius. His sibling was
Octavia Minor. He had three spouses; Clodia Pulchra (42
B.C. – 40 B.C.), Scribonia (40 B.C.-38 B.C.), and Livia (37
B.C. – 14 A.D.). His daughter is Julia and his adopted son is
Tiberius. His two adopted grandchildren are Gaius and Lucius Agrippa. He lived
simply and desired peace, order, and stability as emperor of Rome. Augustus had
had many major accomplishments and achievements throughout his life. He paid the
soldiers. He also paid good governors and removed corrupt ones. Augustus put
soldiers on the borders of his empire to protect his people. He taxed fairly to pay for
roads, bridges, aqueducts, monuments, temples, library, theatres, police and fire
departments, postal system, and the civil service system. Augustus gave citizenship
to people living in provinces and gave land to the veterans. He publicly gave power
to the Senate because Caesar did not last long as a dictator. Augustus ended the civil
wars. He improved sanitation, constructed new buildings, and streamlined the city’s
civil administration. As many say, “Augustus found Rome in brick and left it in
marble.”
The funeral service will be held at
Nola Cemetery on the 29 of August 14,
A.D. Augustus will always forever be
in our hearts as he was an excellent
ruler of the Roman Empire and had
achieved so many great things to help
benefit our magnificent empire.