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This is the conclusory chapter of the book, which presents the story belongs to the time just before the death of Augustus, when he was on his way to quinquennial games at Neapolis, held in his honour. The religious character of the setting is obvious; it sounds like a prayer to a god. The triumvirate was an assignment with the main task of ending the civil war, pursuing and punishing the remaining assassins of Caesar, and constituting the res publica. The murderers of Caesar were defeated by Antonius and Octavian at Philippi. The battle of Actium was a huge success, as it was the battle that effectively decided the war. One of the temples mentioned in the Fasti of the Arvals is Neptunus in campo.

Keywords: Actium; civil war; res publica; triumvirate



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