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SS Unit 3 Chapter 8

Section 3 - vocab

Rubicon a small river at the southern boundary of Caesar's command area: "crossing the Rubicon"
Actium cape on the western coast of Greece
Julis Caesar member of the First Triumvirate who declared himself dictator of Rome for life in 44 B.C.; made many changes \ reforms in Rome
Octavian Caesar's grandnephew; member of the Second Trimvirate; laid the foundation for a new system of government in Rome - the Roman Empire
Antony member of the Senond Trimirate; formed an alliance with the Egyptian queen Cleopatra; defeated by Octavian at the Battle of Actium
Cicero political leader, writer, and public speaker; argued against dictators and favored representative government with limited powers
Augustus name assumed by Octavian once he became Emperor of Rome; means "the revered or majestic one"
latifundia large farming estates in ancient rome
triumvirate in ancient Rome, a three-person ruling group
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