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In what sense, if at all, was the Roman Republic "restored" in January 27 B.C.?
After his victory at Actium in 31 BC, Octavian became the undisputed ruler of the Roman World. The troubled period of the triumvirs and endless civil war had finally come to an end. Octavian spent the next two years travelling around and organising Rome's Eastern provinces before finally returning to Rome in 29 BC. There he celebrated a magnificent triple triumph on the 13 - 15 of August. No one was to be in any doubt who was in charge. However, Octavian must have been conscious to avoid the fate of his great-uncle, Julius Caesar. His first priority was to ensure the stability and continua…
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