Mythical and Historical Roman figures.

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Mythical and Historical Roman figures.

  1. 1. Mythical andHistoricalRoman figuresBy: Danielle Lavallee, CaitlinMiville, and GemmaLombardozzi
  2. 2. Julius Caesar and Augustus Born September 23rd 63 BC- August 19th 14 BC Born with the name Gaius Octavius Thurimus Then officially named Gaius Julius Caesar In 27 BC the Senate awarded him with the name Augustus
  3. 3.  In43 BC, Octavian joined forces with Mark Anthony and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus As a triumvir Octavian ruled Rome The triumvirate was eventually torn apart under the competing ambitions of its rulers
  4. 4. Romulus and Remus  Twin sons of Rhea Silvia and Mars  Romulus killed Remus and became the sole ruler if the new Rome  TheSabines agreed to accept Romulus as their king after a few wars.
  5. 5.  Romulus name Rome after himself. Romulus died in 717 BC. When they were born, their father was afraid they would try to take his place so he put them on a riverside to die.
  6. 6. Hadrian  Was born in Rome in the year 76 AD  Hadrian’s Father’s was a cousin of the emperor “Trajan”  Trajan died in 117 AD and Hadrian immediately became Emperor
  7. 7.  His real name is Publius Aelius Hadrianus Hewas in a relationship with a man named Antonius. Hadrian died of illness on July 10, 138 A.D at the age of 62 years old.
  8. 8. Cicero  His name is Marcus Tullius Cicero  He was born January 3, 106 B.C  He was sometime know as “Tully”
  9. 9.  Hewas a wonderful speaker, when he spoke people would listen. Hedied by assassins on December 7th, 43 BC. He was a roman Philosopher, statesman and lawyer
  10. 10. Hannibal and theCarthaginian Wars He was born in 247 BC. He died in 183 BC. At the age of 9 Hannibal vowed eternal hatred toward Rome.
  11. 11.  Within 2 years Hannibal had conquered all of Spain between the Tajo and Iberus rivers. The Romans claimed this attack was a violation of their treaty between Rome and Carthage and demanded that the Carthage surrendered Hannibal to them. When they refused to do so, the Romans declared war on them in 218 BC.

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