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Res Publica Constituta

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Octavian returned to Rome in 29 BC and entered the city in a triple triumph 13-15th August. He remained in Rome until the summer of 27 BC. This chapter looks at monuments built in the Forum Romanum in connection with the victories over Antonius and Cleopatra. This was a virtual rebuilding of the Forum Romanum. The chapter suggests that the settlement of 28-27 BC equals the accomplishment of the triumviral assignment. The old political centre of the res publica now commemorated the victories of Octavian. The res publica was constituted in 28-27 BC and the powers of the triumvirate were given back.

Keywords: Cleopatra; Forum Romanum; Octavian; res publica



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