Augustus - Politics and Political Life
Augustus and The Augustan Age
He may have been benevolent, but he was still a dictator.
From your Guide, the names and dates of rule of the emperors from Augustus in 27 B.C. to Numerian (285 A.D.).
Octavian and Antony: The Rise of Augustus
University of Saskatchewan's John Porter's predictably excellent resource on the rise of Augustus, the aftermath of Caesar's death, the Second Triumvirate, Actium, and the Principate.
Chart of developments in government, law, engineering, language, literature, and religion during the Pax Romana from 27 B.C. to 180 A.D.
Julian Marriage Laws
Mary Lefkowitz and Mureen Fant, in Legal Status in the Roman World explain that Augustus hoped to elevate both the morals and the numbers of the upper, enacted laws to encourage marriage and having children (lex Julia de maritandis ordinibus), which made adultery a crime.
Res Gestae Divi Augustus
In Latin, the accomplishments of the divine Augustus.
Triumvirate means three men and refers to a group of three men who hold political power, regardless of whether or not the trio has been elected.