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Ecce Romani III 57A Translation
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Ita bellis per totem orbem confectis Octavianus Augustus Romam rediit, duodecimo anno quam consul fuerat.
Thus after he had finished the wars through the entire world, Octavian Augustus returned to Rome, in the 12th year after he had (first) been consul.
Ex eo rem publicam per quadraginta et quattour annos solus obtinuit.
From that time he, alone, possessed (held) the Republic (gov't) for 44 years.
Ante enim duodecim annis cum Antonio et Lepido tenuerat.
For previously, he had held it with Antonius and Lepidus for 12 years.
Ita ab initio principatus eius usque ad finem quinquaginta et sex anni fuerunt.
Thus from the beginning of his leadership (principate) up to the end, there were 56 years.
Obiit autem septuagesimo sexto anno morte communi in oppido Campania Atella
Moreover, he died in the 76 year of a natural death in the Campanian town of Atella.
Romae in campo Martino sepultus est, vir qui non immerito ex maxima parte deo similis est putatus.
He was buried in Rome in Campus Martinus, a man who, not undeservedly, was considered, for the most part, like a god.
Neque enim facile ullus eo aut in bellis felicior fuit aut in pace moderator.
For not easily was anyone more lucky than he in wars, or more restrained in peacetime.
Quadraginta et quattor annis, quibus solus gessit imperium civilissime vixit, in cunctos liberalissimus, in amicos fidissimus, quos tantis evexit honoribus ut paene aequaret fastigo suo.
In the 44 year period, in which he alone managed the empire, he lived very politely, very generous to all, and very loyal to his friends, whom he raised up with
he almost made them equal to his greatness.
Nullo tempore ante eum magis res Romana floruit.
At no time before him did Romans' condition flourish more greatly.
Nam exceptis civilibus bellis, in quibus invictus fuit, Romano adiecit imperio Aegyptum, Cantabriam, Dalmatiam saepe ante victam sed penitus tum subactam, Pannoniam, Aquitiam, Illuricum, Raetiam, Vindelicos et Salassos in Alpibus, omnes Ponti maritimas civitates, in nobilissimas Bosporum et Panticapaeum
For with the civil wars having been waged, in which he was undefeated, he added to the Roman empire Egypt, Cantabria, Dalmatia, often having been conquered before
at that time completely subdued, Pannonia, Aquitania, Illyricum, Raetia, the Vindelicos and the Salassos in the Alps, all the Bosporus and Panticapeaum.
Vicit autem multis proeliis Dacos.
Moreover, he conquered the Dacians in many battles.
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