Emperor Augustus, the nephew of Julius Caesar, was one of the greatest and, some say, the most successful Roman emperor. This book presents a history of his life and deeds, so it's not a mere biography; it analyzes his activity as a ruler and a Politian. The author follows the great emperor from his succeeding to the throne after the death of Julius Caesar, pays special attention to his reforms, a new constitution, his relations with the triumvirate, and his family life and worshippers. The author takes a deep insight into different sides of Augustus's life and follows the great emperor up to his death. Although the book is historical, it is written in a light and understandable manner and contains some interesting details, making it an easy, informative, and captivating read.