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Department
History
Course
HISTORY 1M03
Professor
Sean Corner
Semester
Winter

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History 1M03 March 19 2014 Dr. Sean Corner Lecture▯C01 • Octavian: divi filius • 40: Antony and Octavian’s marriage alliance & division of the world • Octavian vs. Antony & Cleopatra, represented by Octavian as Rome vs. Egypt • 31: Battle of Actium • 30: deaths of Antony, Cleopatra & Caesarion • 1st Settlement, of 27: annual consulship, & provinces of Spain, Gaul, Cilicia,  Cyprus, Syria, & Egypt for 10 years (legates)­ Augustus • 2nd Settlement, of 23: resigns consulship and takes proconsular maius imperium  & tribunicia potestas • Princeps: first citizen in restored republican government, but: • Augustus commander of virtually all armies had formal powers over governors  and to propose & veto laws • Patron of the people • Dependence of senators and magistrates on Augustus’ favor • Augustan Principate: • Augustus ruling through the aristocracy, senate & magistrates governing  according to the wishes of the princeps • Salvation of the republic through monopoly of the 1st citizen • Res publica restituta (‘the republic restored’): a conservative revolution: a civil  monarchy • From 2 CE: Pater Patriae • Gradual monarchical drift: identification of public authority with Augustus as a  private person, and with his family • Procurators in the provinces • ‘City of brick to a city of marble’ • Curia Julia (Iulia) • Temple of Mars • Ultor (‘the Avenger’) • Ara Pacis Augustae • (Altar of the Augustan • Peace) • mont
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