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Twelf Emperors by Suetonius

Chapter index of Augustus

Chapter 1: The Octavii family.
Chapter 2: The Octavii family. Cont.
Chapter 3: His father.
Chapter 4: His descent.
Chapter 5: The youth of Augustus.
Chapter 6: The youth of Augustus. Cont.
Chapter 7: The youth of Augustus. Cont.
Chapter 8: The youth of Augustus. Cont.
Chapter 9: 5 Battles
Chapter 10: Siege of Modena [43 BC]
Chapter 11: Siege of Modena. Cont.
Chapter 12: Change of party.
Chapter 13: The battle of Philippi [42 BC]
Chapter 14: Siege of Perugia [42 BC]
Chapter 15: Siege of Perugia. Cont. [42 BC]
Chapter 16: The Sicilian War [42-36 BC]
Chapter 17: Battle of Actium [31 BC]
Chapter 18: In Egypt.
Chapter 19: Conspiracies against Augustus
Chapter 20: Military actions in the East
Chapter 21: Military actions in the East
Chapter 22: Augustus closes the doors of the Janus temple
Chapter 23: Varus and the Germans [9 AD]
Chapter 24: Military affairs.
Chapter 25: Military affairs. Cont.
Chapter 26: As a consul.
Chapter 27: As a triumvir.
Chapter 28: Augustus introduces the Principate
Chapter 29: Augustus reconstructs Rome.
Chapter 30: The internal affairs of Rome
Chapter 31: Religious measures.
Chapter 32: Justice.
Chapter 33: Justice (Cont.)
Chapter 34: Laws on marriages.
Chapter 35: The senate.
Chapter 36: Further political measures.
Chapter 37: Further political measures
Chapter 38: Military measures.
Chapter 39: The knights.
Chapter 40: Further legislation.
Chapter 41: Further legislation.
Chapter 42: On gifts.
Chapter 43: On spectacles.
Chapter 44: On seats at the public games.
Chapter 45: His personal interest.
Chapter 46: The population of Rome.
Chapter 47: On provinces.
Chapter 48: On Kingdoms.
Chapter 49: The army.
Chapter 50: His seal.
Chapter 51: On insults.
Chapter 52: No divine honour for him.
Chapter 53: His modesty.
Chapter 54: Freedom of speech.
Chapter 55: Infamous libels.
Chapter 56: His modesty (cont.)
Chapter 57: How he was honoured.
Chapter 59: Further honours.
Chapter 60: Further honours.
Chapter 61: His family.
Chapter 62: His first marriages.
Chapter 63: On his daughter.
Chapter 64: His grandchildren.
Chapter 65: Problems in the family.
Chapter 66: His friends.
Chapter 67: His servants.
Chapter 68: Infamous character?
Chapter 69: Adultery.
Chapter 70: The Supper of the Twelve Gods.
Chapter 71: Girls and gaming.
Chapter 72: His houses.
Chapter 73: Furniture and cloths.
Chapter 74: His diners.
Chapter 75: Festivals and holidays.
Chapter 76: His food.
Chapter 77: His drinking.
Chapter 78: His sleep.
Chapter 79: His appearance.
Chapter 80: His health.
Chapter 81: His diseases.
Chapter 82: Other habits.
Chapter 83: Exercises.
Chapter 84: The study of eloquence.
Chapter 85: His writings.
Chapter 86: His style.
Chapter 87: His conversation.
Chapter 88: His spelling.
Chapter 89: His literature.
Chapter 90: Dread of thunder.
Chapter 91: Dreams.
Chapter 92: Omens.
Chapter 93: On religion.
Chapter 94: Omens at his birth.
Chapter 95: Further omens.
Chapter 96: Omens in his wars.
Chapter 97: The death of Augustus. [14 AD]
Chapter 98: His last disease. [14 AD]
Chapter 99: His last words. [14 AD]
Chapter 100: His funeral. [14 AD]
Chapter 101: His last will. [14 AD]