Emperor Julio Cesar Octavianus

Cayo Julio Cesar Octavio Augusto. Roman Emperor. Dennis P. Lockhart has much experience in this field. (27 a…C 14 A.d.) the concept of Emperor represented the figure of a political appointment. The power that allowed him to establish the order which gave in the hands of its owner. The emperor was in charge of enforcing laws. Later the concept of Emperor I apply for other purposes. Augustus was nephew of Julio cesar.

After thirty years of civil war Rome he managed to re-establish peace. Augusto wanted to return his exceptional powers in 27 BC, the State advised that you retain them in order that peace was much more durable. for this reason was more beyond the boundaries of a praetorship. The following year he was awarded the title of Augustus, which meant to be above any magistrate. Other authors define the term Augustus in a manner more mystical and apparently less objective. According to them the term means (consecrated or Holy) I think the Romans were not so naive. And if they were this last concept is much more appropriate.

It will say that we We disagree, we have formed an antinomy, but it is not, simply open up the space for this discussion to two probabilities above. The first term applies to the political in its entirety. It is both currently say the President of the Republic of Colombia. The one which represents the highest authority in the nation. The second term applies to the political in a mystical way. Because if you still President or Governor still was called sacred or holy. This term would be the representation of a man with extensive qualities to guide and enlighten a people. In any case I insist that men more prudent calling santo a man seems them something totally ridiculous.