Who united Rome after the death of Julius Caesar?

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Who united Rome after the death of Julius Caesar?

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Augustus Caesar

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Much of the Roman public hated the senators for the assassination, and a series of civil wars ensued. In the end, Caesar's grandnephew and adoptive son Octavian emerged as Rome's leader. He renamed himself Augustus Caesar. The reign of Augustus marked the end of the Roman Republic and the start of the Roman Empire.

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Augustus Caesar

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The three men who rule Rome after Caesar's death are Antony, Lepidus, and Octavius Caesar. Antony was a friend of Julius Caesar's and was dismayed over his death; however, he was smart enough not to tell the conspirators that immediately after the assassination!

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