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LATIN MIDTERM PEOPLE
Dictator who took over Rome with his army, only to be assassinated.
Gaius Octavianus (Augustus)
Julius Caesar's heir. Ruled the Roman Empire for many years.
Queen of Egypt. Had an affair with Julius Caesar. Married Antony. Killed herself by getting an asp to bite her.
Nymph who deceived Hera and had her voice taken away apart from repeating others. Fell in love with Narcissus.
Wife of Orpheus. Died. Orpheus failed to save her from the Underworld.
Roman general. Part of the First Triumvirate. Later fought against Julius Caesar. Was assassinated in Egypt.
Politician who tried to overthrow the Senate.
Politician who became a mediator between Antony and Augustus and later formed the Second Triumvirate with them.
Formed an alliance with Augustus and Lepidus in the Second Triumvirate, but was later killed by Augustus.
Provided financial support to Julius Caesar. Third member of the First Triumvirate.
Roman orator who verbally condemned Catiline.
Conceited hunter who fell in love with his own reflection.
Married to Eurydice. When she died, followed her into the Underworld and charmed Hades with his music. Was unable to keep himself from looking back, and lost her again.
Group of people who were often at odds with the Roman Empire.
Egyptian king who assassinated Pompey to win Julius Caesar's favor. It backfired.
Location of final battle between Augustus and Antony.
Egypt. Eventually overtaken by the Roman Empire.
Field outside of Rome used for training.
First territory given to Julius Caesar as a consul.
Location of the battle wherein Julius Caesar defeated Pompey.
Roman official in charge of games.
Highest elected official (two at a time) ruling for a year.
Course that a Roman politician followed on his climb to the top.
Unelected official ruling alone in emergency times for six months.
Period of Rome started by Augustus.
When a king rules. First period of Rome.
Roman official in charge of financial affairs.
Middle period of Rome, ended with Julius Caesar.
Elected representatives in charge during the republic.
Roman official in charge of the Plebeian Counsel.