13. Attila the Hun
The Hun Empire extended from the Steppes of Eurasia through most of modern Germany and south into Thermopylae.
See: Augustus Timeline.
18. Cato the Elder
Cato the Younger is the name of one of Julius Caesar's staunchest opponents. Cato the Elder is his ancestor.
Cato the Elder served in the military, especially in Greece and Spain. He became consul at 39 and later, censor. He influenced Roman life in law, foreign and domestic policy, and morality.
Cato the Elder despised luxury, especially of the Greek variety his enemy Scipio favored. Cato also disapproved of Scipio's leniency towards the Carthaginians at the conclusion of the Second Punic War.