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The battle of Actium secured the Roman world for Augustus and he has cited it as one of his finest achievements--worthy of celebration. The morning of September 2, 31BC, thirteen years after the death of Julius Caesar, the naval forces of Antony and Octavian stared at each other across the fog. To the victor of this battle will be dominion of the entire Roman world. To the The battle of Actium secured the Roman world for Augustus and he has cited it as one of his finest achievements--worthy of celebration. The morning of September 2, 31BC, thirteen years after the death of Julius Caesar, the naval forces of Antony and Octavian stared at each other across the fog. To the victor of this battle will be dominion of the entire Roman world. To the loser a curse upon his name and eternal condemnation. But forgotten were the men who struggled both above and below the surface. Men like Appius Caecilius Denter who, like so many of his fellow countrymen, found himself an unwitting pawn for a war that he didn't understand. And atop the waves crashing against the warships in the open waters of Actium, Appius could only muster a distant memory of peace and a deep seated desire to a place called home.


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The battle of Actium secured the Roman world for Augustus and he has cited it as one of his finest achievements--worthy of celebration. The morning of September 2, 31BC, thirteen years after the death of Julius Caesar, the naval forces of Antony and Octavian stared at each other across the fog. To the victor of this battle will be dominion of the entire Roman world. To the The battle of Actium secured the Roman world for Augustus and he has cited it as one of his finest achievements--worthy of celebration. The morning of September 2, 31BC, thirteen years after the death of Julius Caesar, the naval forces of Antony and Octavian stared at each other across the fog. To the victor of this battle will be dominion of the entire Roman world. To the loser a curse upon his name and eternal condemnation. But forgotten were the men who struggled both above and below the surface. Men like Appius Caecilius Denter who, like so many of his fellow countrymen, found himself an unwitting pawn for a war that he didn't understand. And atop the waves crashing against the warships in the open waters of Actium, Appius could only muster a distant memory of peace and a deep seated desire to a place called home.

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