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>mfw the book opens with a discussion on what won Augustus the Empire, and it wasn't armies nor strategy, but a stellar propaganda campaign.

You're in for an amazing read, anon.

And if you want to *continue* your studies on the Empire well into the Byzantine Age, I'd recommend picking up pic related. It is quite easily one of the comfiest, readable, "sit out on the porch and read" books you'll ever get concerning history.



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