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Agrippa builds a fleet. Conference at Taren- tum. Antony lends skips to Octavian.
him. At a conference near Misenum, in which Antony acted as peacemaker,
Octavian agreed to repatriate Sextus and the other refugees, and to recognise
him as ...
A promise of better administration had been given in 33, when Agrippa stepped
down from his quarter-deck to assume the homely office of aedile and carried out
its duties with exemplary vigour, making personal inspections of all the public ...
So long as his daughter Julia was unmarried, and his stepsons Tiberius and
Drusus were mere boys, Augustus had no option but to look beyond his family
circle, and here the claims of his friend Agrippa were irresistible. Accordingly,
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A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine
M. Cary,H. H. Scullard
Anteprima non disponibile - 1976