After the battle of Actium in 31 BCE, taking the name Augustus, with solemn, quasi-religious overstones, learning from Julius Caesar's fate to veil his power beneath traditional forms, he ruled for forty-five years, and when he died, father of his country and full of honours, the transfer of power to his stepson Tiberius went almost without a hitch. (Colin Michael Wells, 2004: 14)

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