Caesar's reforms: building projects, reduction of interest, poor relief, the calendar of Sosignes, sumptuary laws.
Senatorial opposition; the consulship; insults
The conspiracy. Gaius Cassius and Marcus Brutus. The assassination
Mark Antony and the funeral
Caesar's will and Gaius Octavius
Antony and Lepidus in Rome; Brutus and Cassius in the East to raise troops and money.
Antony becomes governor of Gaul to fight Decimus Brutus.
Senate tries to play Octavian off against Antony.
Octavian crosses the Rubicon and is elected consul.
Antony links up with Lepidus.
Octavian meets with Antony and Lepidus at Bononia.
The Tribal Assembly recognized the Second Triumvirate "for restoring the republic." Proscriptions
Battle of Philippi. Deaths of Brutus and Cassius.
Brundisium Conference 40 BC
Octavia; the division of East and West
Tarentum Conference 37BC
Antony marries Cleopatra
36 BC Defeat of Sextus Pompey and "retirement" of Lepidus, the Pontifex Maximus
Antony's Defeat in the Parthian Invasion
Antony defeated in Parthian invasio
34 B.C. The Donations of Alexandria
The Battle of Actium 31 B.C.
Death of Antony, Cleopatra, and Caesarion