Octavius,[3] also known as Octavian[1] or Augustus, was the foster son of Julius Caesar, Consul then Dictator.

After "Julius Caesar"'s "assassination", Augustus battled for control of Rome, and proclaimed himself Rome's first emperor in 27 B.C.[2]

In events involving Marc Antony, he would have a role in Cleopatra's demise.[3]

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