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Cleopatra's involment in roman issues began with the civil war between Pompey and Caesar. after Caesar was killed and Octavius came into power, Antony was losing soldiers and Cleopatra offered help. Antony turned on his own people and went with the Egyptian queen.
Augustus was emperor of rome after the battle of Philippi was over and power shifted over to him and antony. Later in his career he would go to war with Antony. 27 B.C.
On his way to the capital, Caesar was assassinated by a group of conspritors who wanted Caesar's ambition ended. March 15th, 44 B.C
Marcus Brutus was a senator in Roman during the civil war between Pompey and Caesar. Brutus went with Pompey but Caesar forgave him and let him come back to Rome as a friend. Brutus was also the leader of the Conspirators against Ceasar during his short time as ruler.
Mark Antony was a loyal friend to Caesar during his rise to power and during his short Reign. After the battle of Philippi, Antony let octavian take power, but years after he would go to war with him alongside cleopatra. 23 B.C.
Pompey had a great rule with Ceasar and Crassus, but after Crassus's death Caesar and Pompey went to war agaisnt each other. Pompey lost his life by his betrayers Achillas, Septimius and Salvius. 103 B.C.
Just before he could call himself dictator of Rome, Caesar had to conquer all other leaders and power figures like Pompey, so he could rule alone. 49 B.C.
Crassus was a general and politician during the time of the Roman republic. He shared power with Pompey and Caesar until he was killed by parthians in a fight started by his junior officer Octavius. 115 B.C.
Junius Brutus was the man that started the revolution agianst the Roman king Tarquinius Superbus in 509 B.C. He was also the son of the fifth king of Rome Tarquinius Priscus. 509 B.C.
the Roman republic was created after the over throw of the old government of kings and rulers were destroyed and the people and the senate will created all of the laws and Roman Constitution. 509 B.C.
Tarquinius Superbus, the son of Tarquinius Priscus, and he became king by having Servius Tullius assassinated. during the last years as king, the Romans had a Uprising which ended the Roman empire and created the Roman Republic. 539 B.C.
the Century assembly was a democratic assembly of Roman Soldiers. during this time the people of Rome where organzied in groups by roman soldiers for military purposes.
Servius Tullius was the son in law of of the Trarquinius family. He took the spot of the rightful aire which was Ancus Marcis son. Dirng his reign he created the Century Assembly. 578 B.C.
Circus Maximus was first used by the fifth king of Rome Traquinius Pricus during his rule. 585 B.C.
Tarquinius Priscus was the son of Demaratus the Corinthian and came from Tarquinii. He was elected king of Rome because the actual son of Ancus Marcius was still only a teenager. Priscus is credited with the building of Cirus Maximus. 579 B.C.
Ancus Marcius was the grandson of the second king of Rome Numa Pompilius. Ancus wanted to restore his grandfather's why of ruling but he could lead a war just like Tullus. He also founded the Port of Ostia. 640 B.C.
known to be a warlike king, Tullus Hostilius was the knig that began the real expansion of the Roman Empire. after his defeat over Alba Longa, Fidenae and the Veii, all of the former citizens of the defeated empires were migrated into Rome and became citizens their. 672 B.C.
Born on April 21, 753 B.C. Numa was the youngest of four boys in his family. at first he didn't want to be king, but his father and two senators convienced him otherwise. People now remember him by his preist like apperance and his development of Preisthoods, cults, and rituals. 715 B.C
Twin brothers Romulus and Remus,founders of Rome, got into a fight over who would rule the city. Romulus killed Remus and gained control of Rome. april 21, 753 B.C.
The small agricultural community began to rise to power and would be come ancient rome that would rule most of south-western Europe. 10th century B.C.