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By Bruno Aguilera-Barchet

The ebook outlines the ancient improvement of Public legislations and the nation from precedent days to the fashionable day, supplying an account of proper occasions in parallel with a basic historic history, setting up and explaining the relationships among political, spiritual, and financial events.

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Morgan (2003, 284) cites another example related to the family of Augustus: “Julia, the sister of Caius Julius Caesar, married Marcus Attius Balbus. Her name shows that she belonged to the Julian gens. Her daughter Attia, according to custom, took the gentile name of her father and belonged to the Attian gens. Attia married Gaius Octavius, and became the mother of Augustus the first Roman emperor. The son, as usual, took the gentile name of his father and belonged to the Octavian gens”. Upon his adoption by Caesar he became Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus.

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