Caesar Augustus is a historical figure, and a literary icon. He was born in 67 BC and passed away in 14 AD. There are many different and very important elements to the years that Caesar Augustus ruled over the Roman Empire. Some of the most important elements of his reign include the fact that he was the heir to Julius Caesar, he had a number of conflicts with Antony, the second Triumvirate, and the legacy that he left behind. While these are far from the only elements of his reign, they are among some of the most important pieces of history that were referenced by the literature of William Shakespeare and many other writers of the time.
Julius Caesar was the ruler of Rome before Caesar Augustus. In fact, Caesar Augustus did not adopt that name until later in life. He was actually born with another name, and took the name Caesar as a reference to his late uncle Julius Caesar. Through out history, there were a number of important conflicts that became noteworthy. Among the most notable was the first struggle with Antony. There was a lot of violence and death at the order of Antony, and Caesar Augustus, or Octavian, went to battle to stop the violence and to neutralize the situation. Then there was the second Triumvirate. This point in history was composed of proscriptions, the battle of Philippi, separations of territory, rebellion of the people, finding new alliances, the war with Pompeius, and the ultimate war with Antony. This was one of the most impactful and influential times in history, where the leadership was changing, and the processes of maintaining and protecting a society was changing as well. There were many accomplishments of Caesar Augustus during his reign from 27 BC until he passed away.
There were many notable accomplishments and conflicts that happened during the reign of Caesar Augustus. Some of the most important elements of his reign include the fact that he was the heir to Julius Caesar, he had a number of conflicts with Antony, the second Triumvirate, and the legacy that he left behind. Caesar changed the way that people ruled over Rome for many years after his passing in 14 AD. He left behind a very positive legacy that is still referenced today. Both reigns of Caesar Augustus, and his great-uncle Julius Caesar are still taught in history and English classes around the world.