Augatus Rising Power (sep 25, 62 BC – aug 2, 56 BC)
After the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BC, Augustus joined forces with Caesar’s former chief lieutenant, Mark Antony, and his magistrate equitation (“master of the cavalry”), Marcus Lepidus, to form the Second Triumvirate of Rome. The Second Triumvirate did not last long. About 40 BC Antony began a consequential love affair with Cleopatra, queen of Egypt. Shortly thereafter Lepidus fell from power, and Augustus waged war against Antony and Cleopatra. Augustus emerged victorious in 30 BC.
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Marwan And Youssef