Octavian Augustus was actually called Gaius Octavius Thurinus. He was adopted, and after adoption he became Gauis Iulius, Ceearem Octavainusem. He played the role from 16 January 27 pending before our era Roman emperor. He pioneered as a ruler in Ancient Rome.
Octavian Augustus was born in Rome, and, as the chronicles say, he was under the sign of Libra. And that in those days they paid much attention to all horoscopes, the future emperor preferred to take the sign of the horoscope as his guardian, who was Capricorn. He lost his father very quickly. He was only four years old at the time. He became famous for his fruitful speech as a 12-year-old. He delivered it at his grandmother's funeral.
Even as a teenager, he adhered closely to the then reigning dictator, who was Caesar. Even on this occasion, despite his poor health, went with him to conquer the Dark Continent. After Caesar's death, Octavian Augustus was announced as his heir. At the very beginning, he did not know exactly what to do with such information. However, after some time, he decided to adopt the inheritance.
Augustus carried out many different reforms during his reign. Among them, we can distinguish, for example, the division into provinces, which were called imperial and senatorial. He also reformed his army very much, creating, among others, such military units as Legions.