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Recent excavations of a city in Greece unearthed Emperor Augustus collection of trophy relics and weapons captured from the defeated fleets of doomed lovers Cleopatra and Marc Antony.

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Archaeologists and historians are shedding extraordinary new light on one of the most important events in human history – the horrific battle which gave birth to the Roman Empire.

A detailed study of a unique victory monument, overlooking the sea in northwest Greece, is revealing some of the long-lost secrets of that crucial military engagement – a great sea battle, fought between Julius Caesar’s adoptive son and heir, Octavian (who became Rome’s first emperor) and Egypt’s Queen Cleopatra (and her Roman lover, Mark Antony).

Read more on The Telegraph, here 

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