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In making the accolade a permanent attribute, Octavian implicitly signalled he was the imperator, a title that became hereditary with the accession of his successor Tiberius in AD 14. (Classical Numismatic Group) Perhaps the greatest irony of the terminal Republican period is that, in an era dominated by the sword, a succession of inspired military leaders - Marius, Sulla, Pompey, Caesar - failed to impose a viable alternative to the Republican constitution. Conversely, for all the martial qualities implied in the name he bore after his adoption, Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus never won a set-piece battle in his life - Hirtius was owed the laurels at Mutina in 43 BC, Antony at Philippi in 42 BC, Agrippa at Naulochus in 36 BC and Actium in 31 BC, while Antony's army simply melted away at Alexandria in 30 BC - but it was he who laid the foundations for an imperial system that dominated the Mediterranean world for centuries after his death.
27 BC January 1 Octavian takes office as consul for the seventh time. by sea. September 2 Octavian celebrates three triumphs for his Sicilian, Illyrian and Egyptian Agrippa seizes Methone. Octavian Actium. August 2 9 Antony's army collapses outside Alexandria. He commits suicide. BC Summer Antony drives Octavian's advance parties from the suburbs of Alexandria. Antony distributes garrisons along the headquarters at Patrae. 36 the west and Pelusium in the east. July 3 1 The communities of the west bound at Actium, and establishes his Spring Octavian commences Egyptian campaign.
5 knots of the ' 3 ' , could be maintained for about 2 0 minutes before the oarsmen would be completely exhausted. Other factors specific to a particular vessel might place additional strain on performance. Rather like modern AFVs, galleys could be 'up-armoured' by their crews for additional protection. In his account of the clash at Actium, Plutarch describes the hulls of Antony's ships as being reinforced with great squared pieces of timber, fastened together with iron bolts, and bristling with brass spikes.
Actium 31 BC: Downfall of Antony and Cleopatra by Si Sheppard