Rome from Republic to Empire

In 60 BC a famous politician and army General was elected to lead the Roman Republic.
In the year 46 BC, Caesar was appointed as Dictator of Rome for a 10-year period.
Only two years after being appointed as Dictator, Caesar was assassinated.
After Caesar died, a civil war emerged. Octavian, Caesar's nephew, was ultimately appointed as the new leader of the Emperor of the Roman Empire.

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