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You may wish to consult Augustus (disambiguation) for other, similarly-named pages.

Augustus, formerly known as Octavian, (PROSE: Rome) was an Emperor of Rome.


Octavian had a daughter named Julia and two grandsons named Gaius and Lucius. (PROSE: Rome)

In 30 BC, Octavian conquered Egypt, making it a Roman province. (PROSE: The Ruby's Curse)

Later, in the eighth century after the foundation of Rome, (PROSE: Warlords of Utopia) Octavian became known as Augustus and began his reign as the first emperor of the Roman Empire. (PROSE: The Ruby's Curse)

Augustus was married to Livia. (PROSE: Warlords of Utopia) Her son Tiberius (PROSE: Running with Caesars) replaced him as Emperor in AD 14. (PROSE: Byzantium!)


The First Doctor and Susan visited Rome during the time of Augustus. While there, the Doctor obtained gold coins called aurei, which were still in his possession when he and Susan visited Berlin in January 1933. (AUDIO: The Alchemists)

According to Trix, he was played by Brian Blessed in I, Claudius. (PROSE: The Gallifrey Chronicles)

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