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by Christa Hook,Si Sheppard

Author: Christa Hook,Si Sheppard
Subcategory: Ancient Civilizations
Language: English
Publisher: Osprey Publishing; 2nd Printing edition (June 23, 2009)
Pages: 96 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.2
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Si Sheppard is a Professor of American Government and Politics at Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York.

Si Sheppard is a Professor of American Government and Politics at Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. This is his third Osprey title in a trilogy detailing the fall of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Empire.

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On September 2, 31 BC, the forces of Octavian and Marcus Agrippa managed to trap their .

On September 2, 31 BC, the forces of Octavian and Marcus Agrippa managed to trap their enemies in the Gulf of Actium. Although Anthony and Cleopatra managed to escape, their army and navy, along with their hopes for victory were crushed. A few months later, the lovers would commit suicide. Their death saw the end of the war and the end of the Roman Republic. Now wielding supreme power, Octavian declared himself Emperor. This new book tells the true story of the decisive and bloody battle that would once and for all seal the fate of the Roman Republic. Sheppard, . Hook, C. (Illustr. Actium 31 BC. Downfall of Antony and Cleopatra.

Although Anthony and Cleopatra managed to escape, their army and navy, along with their hopes for victory were crushed.

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Osprey's examination of the Battle of Actium, which was the decisive confrontation of the Final War of the Roman Republic (32-30 BC). In 32 BC, the Roman Republic declared war on Egypt and set in motion a chain of events that would tear the Republic apart.

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Actium 31 BC Downfall of Antony and Cleopatra by Osprey PublishingItem Number: OSPCAM211Campaign 211Author: Si SheppardIllustrator: Christa HookAbout this bookIn 32 BC, the Roman Republic descended into civil war between the forces of the Octavian in the west and the famous lovers Cleopatra and Marc Antony in the East. Acting quickly, Octavian managed to trap his foes in the Gulf of Actium.

Campaign 211. The battle of Actium is one of the most famous clashes in Roman . Antony and Octavian's strategies are explained clearly, a. . The battle of Actium is one of the most famous clashes in Roman history, although admittedly most people are only aware of it as the background to the romance between Anthony and Cleopatra. In fact the battle was one of the most important of the Ancient world, and marked the final end of the civil wars that had destroyed the Roman Republic. Octavian's victory at Actium decided the course that the Roman world would take, and gave birth to the Empire. The chapter on Actium itself takes up one quarter of the book, with fifteen pages of text and two double-spread full colour maps. Antony and Octavian's strategies are explained clearly, as is the course of the battle.

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Osprey's examination of the Battle of Actium, which was the decisive confrontation of the Final War of the Roman Republic (32-30 BC). In 32 BC, the Roman Republic declared war on Egypt and set in motion a chain of events that would tear the Republic apart. In Rome, the forces of the western republic were marshaled together under Octavian (the future Emperor Augustus) and Marcus Agrippa. In the east, armies were gathered under the leadership of the famous lovers, Marc Antony and Cleopatra.

On September 2, 31 BC, the forces of Octavian and Marcus Agrippa managed to trap their enemies in the Gulf of Actium. Although Anthony and Cleopatra managed to escape, their army and navy, along with their hopes for victory were crushed. A few months later, the lovers would commit suicide. Their death saw the end of the war and the end of the Roman Republic. Now wielding supreme power, Octavian declared himself Emperor.

Actium has remained one of the most famous battles of the Ancient World thanks to its colorful cast of characters that have been reinvented by the writings of Shakespeare and the stars of the silver screen. This new book tells the true story of the decisive and bloody battle that would once and for all seal the fate of the Roman Republic.