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roman empire

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Rubicon a small river at the Southern boundary of Julius Caesar’s command area. He crossed this river when he marched into italy.
Julius Caesar part of the first Triumvirate. A successful military man who took over Rome as a military dictator.
Latifundia large farming estates
Triumvirate a political alliance of three people.
Actium The Battle of Actium was off the coast of greece where Octavian crushed the army and navy of Antony and Cleopatra
Octavian Caesar's grand nephew, who inherited his fortune and two of his top generals.
Antony One of Caesar’s top generals who fought with Octavian and then against him
Cicero a political leader, writer, and Rome’s greatest public speaker
Augustus The title that Octavian took when he restored the Roman Republic and became the leader
Created by: don elozier