Department of Ancient History

Documents Illustrating the Reigns of Augustus and Tiberius

Translations from

Documents Illustrating the Reigns of Augustus and Tiberius

collected by

V. Ehrenberg and A.H.M. Jones

I. Res gestae divi AugustusVIII. Senators

nos 187-218a

II. Fasti and CalendarsIX. Equestrian Order

nos 219-241

III. Historical Events

nos 1-54

X. Army and Navy

nos 242-277

IV. The Imperial Family

nos 55-97

XI. Public Works

nos 278-298

V. Imperial Cult

nos 98-142

XII. Administration of the Empire

nos 299-322

VI. Imperial Dependants etc 

nos 143-161

XIII. Cities of the Empire

nos 323-356a

VII. Foreign Kings

nos 162-186

XIV. Varia, Appendix, Addenda

nos 357-379

Res gestae divi Augustus

Chapters: 1-5,6-10,11-15,16-20,21-25,26-30,31-35


The achievements of the Divine Augustus in subduing the world to the dominion of the Roman people,and the funds he spent on the commonwealth and people of Rome,are set out, as engraved upon the two bronze pillars erected at Rome, in the copy below.

c.1 At the age of nineteen years,by my private decision and at private expense, I raised the army through which I liberated the commonwealth from the control of the faction which had suppressed it.On that account, the senate co-opted me into its order with complimentary decrees in the consulship of C. Pansa and A. Hirtius,allotting me consular status in the debates,and conferred the imperium upon me.It ordered me as propraetor, along with the consuls, to see to it that the commonwealth suffered no harm.The people, too, in the same year, elected me consul, after both the consuls had fallen in action,and one of the three commissioners for the settlement of the state.

c.2 Those who had killed my father I drove into exile,avenging their crime by legitimate procedures,and when they subsequently made war upon the commonwealth I twice defeated them in battle.

c.3 I frequently waged wars by land and by sea, both civil and foreign, throughout the whole world, and as victor I spared all who sought mercy being citizens.In the case of foreign peoples whom it was safe to pardon, I preferred conservation to extermination.Roman citizens serving under oath to me have numbered about 500,000.Of these I settled in colonies or returned to their own towns upon earning their discharge rather more than 300,000, and to all of them I allotted land or granted money as the reward for their service.I captured 600 ships, not counting any smaller than triremes.

c.4 I twice triumphed with ovation, conducted three curule triumphs and on twenty-one occasions was saluted imperator, the senate voting me further triumphs all of which I resigned. The laurel from my fasces I laid in the Capitolium in discharge of the vows I had made in each war.In recognition of achievements successfully completed by me or through my legates under my auspices by land and by sea the senate on fifty-five occasions voted supplications to the immortal gods.The days upon which supplication was made by ruling of the senate totalled 890.In my triumphs there were led before my chariot nine kings or children of kings.I have been consul thirteen times at the time of writing and am for the thirty-seventh time of tribunician power.

c.5 The dictatorship offered to me both in my absence and in my presence both by the people and by the senate in the consulship of M. Marcellus and L. Arruntius I did not accept.I did not object in the face of extreme scarcity of grain to the curatorship of the corn-supply,by my management of which I was within a few days able to free the whole state from its fear and immediate peril by my own expense and effort.The consulship also, offered to me at that time on an annual and perpetual basis, I did not accept.


c.6 In the consulship of M. Vinicius and Q. Lucretius and then of P. Lentulus and Cn. Lentulus and thirdly of Paullus Fabius Maximus and Q. Tubero, the senate and people of Rome being agreed that I should be made custodian of law and morals with supreme power and alone,I did not accept any magistracy offered contrary to traditional practice.What the senate wished performed through my agency at that time I carried out through the tribunician power,in which I myself spontaneously on five occasions requested and received from the senate a colleague.

c.7 I was one of the three commissioners for the settlement of the commonwealth for ten successive years.I have been head of the senate, up until the day I write this, for forty years.I have become high priest, an augur, one of the fiften in charge of feasts, an Arval brother, a Titian fellow and a fetial.

c.8 The number of the patricians I increased in my fifth consulship on the instructions of the people and senate.I selected the senate on three occasions.And in my sixth consulship I conducted the census of the people with M. Agrippa as colleague. I held the lustrum after a gap of forty-two years. At this lustrum there were assessed 4,063,000 Roman citizens.Then on a second occasion by virtue of my imperium I held the lustrum alone in the consulship of C. Censorinus and C. Asinius. At this lustrum 4,233,000 Roman citizens were assessed.And on a third occasion by virtue of my consular imperium I held the lustrum with Tib. Caesar my son as colleague in the consulship of Sex. Pompeius and Sex. Appuleius. At this lustrum 4,937,000 Roman citizens were assessed.By new laws passed upon my initiative I reintroduced many traditional standards which were already going out of fashion in our age,and I myself left standards in many matters for the imitation of posterity.

c.9 Vows for my health the senate decreed were to be undertaken by the consuls and priests every fifth year.In accordance with these vows games have frequently been held during my lifetime, sometimes by the four major colleges of priests, sometimes by the consuls.In addition, both individually and by communities the whole body of citizens have unanimously and continuously prayed for my health at every shrine.

c.10 My name was included by ruling of the senate in the Salian hymn,and, that I should be sacrosanct in perpetuity and that, so long as I lived, the tribunician power should belong to me, was secured by law.I refused to become high priest in place of my colleague during his lifetime though the people offered me that priesthood, which my father had held.But some years later, on the death of the person who had seized it under cover of civil disorder,when the crowds poured in from all over Italy for my election, greater than any ever recorded before at Rome, I did accept it, in the consulship of P. Sulpicius and C. Valgius.


c.11 An altar of Fortune the Homebringer in front of the temple of Honour and Enterprise at the Capena gate was consecrated by the senate on account of my return.In it the priests and Vestal virgins were ordered to make an annual sacrifice on the day upon which in the consulship of Q. Lucretius and M. Vinicius I had returned to the city from Syria.The day was named the Augustalia after our cognomen.

c.12 On the authority of the senate a part of the praetors and tribunes of the plebs together with the consul Q. Lucretius and the leading gentlemen were sent to meet me in Campania,an honour up to that time decreed to no one but me.When I returned to Rome from Spain and Gaul in the consulship of Ti. Nero and P. Quintilius after successful achievements in those provinces, the senate approved the consecration in the Campus Martius of the altar of Augustan Peace in honour of my return.On it the magistrates, priests and Vestal virgins were ordered to make an annual sacrifice.

c.13 The Quirinus Gate, which our ancestors had desired should be closed whenever throughout the whole dominion of the Roman people by land and by sea peace had been born of victories,although before my birth it had traditionally been closed twice altogether since the founding of the city, was by senatorial approval to be shut three times during my ascendancy.

c.14 My sons Gaius and Lucius Caesar, whom fortune robbed me of during their youth,the senate and people of Rome in my honour, while in their fifteenth year, were designated as consuls, to enter upon the magistracy after a five year interval.And from the day upon which they were introduced into the forum the senate decided that they should take part in the public councils.The Roman knights, too, unanimously named each of them leader of the younger generation and presented them with silver shields and spears.

c.15 To the Roman plebs individually I paid out 300 sesterces under the terms of my father's will,and in my own name I gave 400 sesterces from the spoils of war when consul for the fifth time Then on a second occasion, in my tenth consulship, I distributed from my family estate an individual bounty of 400 sesterces,and when consul for the eleventh time I measured out twelve allowances of grain from grain bought privately,and in my twelfth year of tribunician power I gave individual gifts of 400 nummi for the third time.These bounties of mine never reached fewer than 250,000 persons.When in tribunician power for the eighteenth time, and consul for the twelfth, I gave to 320,000 members of the urban plebs 60 denarii individually.To the colonists from among my soldiers when consul for the fifth time I gave individually a lump sum of 1,000 nummi, a triumphal bounty received in the colonies by about 120,000 persons.When consul for the thirteenth time I gave 60 denarii to the plebs who were then receiving public grain, that was a little more than 200,000 persons.


c.16 A cash price for the land which in my fourth consulship and later in the consulship of M. Crassus and Cn. Lentulus Augur I allotted to the soldiers was paid by me to the municipalities.The total amount was about 600, 000,000 sesterces which I paid out for Italian properties and about 260,000, 000 sesterces which I paid for provincial lands.This I was the first and only one of all those who founded colonies of soldiers in Italy or the provinces within recorded history to do.And later in the consulship of Ti. Nero and Cn. Piso and again of C. Antistius and D. Laelius, of C. Calvisius and L. Pasienus, of L. Lentulus and M. Messala, and of L. Caninius and Q. Fabricius, I paid to the soldiers I settled in their own towns upon earning this discharge full rewards in which end I spent about 400,000, 000 sesterces.

c.17 Four times I subsidised the treasury from my own funds, transferring to the officials in charge of the treasury 150,000,000 sesterces.And in the consulship of M. Lepidus and L. Arruntius I transferred to the military treasury, which had been established on my advice for the payment of rewards to soldiers who had completed twenty years or more of service, 170,000,000 sesterces from my family estate.

c.18 From the year in which Cn. and P. Lentulus were consuls whenever the revenues fell short I supplied the grain and monetary allowances sometimes for 100,000 persons, and sometimes for many more, from my own granary and family estate.

c.19 The senate house and adjacent Chalcidicum and the temple of Apollo in the Palatium with the porticoes,the temple of Divine Julius, the Lupercal, the portico at the Circus Flaminius, which I allowed to be called Octavia after the person who had built an earlier one on the same site,the gallery in the Circus Maximus, the temples of Jupiter the Trophy-Bearer and Jupiter the Thunderer in the Capitol, the temple of Quirinus, the temples of Minerva, Juno Regina and Jupiter Libertas on the Aventine,the temple of the Lares at the head of the Sacred Way, the temple of the home gods on the Velia, the temple of Juventas, and the temple of the Great Mother in the Palatium were built by me.

c.20 The Capital and the theatre of Pompey I restored at great expanse in either case without any inscription of my own name.Conduits which were breaking up in a number of places due to age I restored, and the aqueduct called Marcia I duplicated, diverting a new spring into its channel.I completed the Forum Julium and the basilica between the temple of Castor and the temple of Saturn, works begun and nearly finished by my father,and when the same basilica was destroyed by fire I commenced rebuilding upon an enlarged site in the name of my sons and ordered it to be completed by my heirs if I had not finished it in my lifetime.Eighty-two temples of the gods I reconstructed in the city on the authority of the senate when consul for the sixth time,passing over none that required rebuilding at that time.When consul for the seventh time I rebuilt the Via Flaminia from the city as far as Ariminum,together with all the bridges except the Mulvian and Minucian.


c.21 On private property I built the temple of Mars the Avenger and the Forum Augustum from the spoils of war.The theatre at the temple of Apollo I built upon a site bought for the most part from private persons, to go under the name of my son-in-law M. Marcellus.Goods from the spoils of war I dedicated in the Capitol, in the temple of Divine Julius, the temple of Apollo, the temple of Vesta and in the temple of Mars the Avenger, which cost me 100,000,000 sesterces.The 35,000 pounds of crown-gold contributed by the towns and colonies of Italy for my triumphs when I was consul for the fifth time I sent back,and subsequently, upon every occasion when I was saluted imperator, I did not accept the crown-gold, though the towns and colonies decreed it as generously as they had done before.

c.22 Three times I gave a gladiatorial show in my own name, and five times in the names of my sons or grandsons, in which shows about 10,000 men fought to the death.Twice I offered the people a display of athletes recruited from all quarters in my own name, and a third time in the name of my grandson.Games I gave in my own name four times, and in place of other magistrates twenty-three times.On behalf of the college of fifteen I as its master with M. Agrippa my colleague held the centennial games in the consulship of C. Furnius and C. Silanus.When consul for the thirteenth time I was the first to hold the Martial games, which from that time onwards the consuls held in successive years by ruling of the senate and law.African wild beasts hunts in my own name or that of my sons and grandsons I gave to the people in the circus or in the forum or in the amphitheatre twenty-six times.In these about 3,500 beasts were despatched.

c.23 An exhibition of naval warfare I gave the people on the other side of the Tiber at a place where the grove of the Caesars is now, excavating the site to a length of 1,800 ft., and a width of 1,200 ft.Here thirty armoured vessels, either triremes or biremes, and a larger number of smaller size, engaged each other.In these fleets there fought, apart from the rowers, about 3,000 men.

c.24 In the temples of all the states of the province of Asia after my victory I restored the ornaments which the person I had been at war with had plundered and kept in his private possession.Statues of myself on foot, mounted, and riding in a chariot, made of silver, stood in the city, about eighty in number.These I myself removed and from the proceeds deposited gifts in gold in the temple of Apollo in my name and the name of those who had honoured me by the statues.

c.25 The sea I freed of pirates.In that war slaves who had fled from their masters and taken up arms against the commonwealth were captured to the number of about 30,000 and handed over by me to their masters for punishment.The whole of Italy swore an oath of loyalty to me and demanded me as leader in the war which I won at Actium.The same oath was sworn by the provinces of the Gauls, the Spains, Africa, Sicily and Sardinia.Beneath my standards at that time there served more than 700 senators,of whom those who were made consul either before or since up until the time of writing numbered eighty-three and those made priests 170.


c.26 Of all the provinces of the Roman people which had as neighbours nations not subject to our dominion I extended the borders.The provinces of the Gauls and the Spains, also of Germany, bounded by the ocean from Cadiz to the mouth of the river Elbe, I pacified.The Alps from the region nearest the Adriatic sea to the Tyrrhenian sea I had pacified without committing wrongful aggression against any nation.My fleet sailed through the Ocean from the mouth of the Rhine eastwards almost to the lands of the Cimbri,which no Roman had approached by land or by sea before that time,and the Cimbri, the Charydes, the Semnones and the other German peoples of the same region sent ambassadors to seek a pact with me and with the Roman people.At my orders and under my auspices there were led two armies at about the same time against Ethiopia and Arabia called Eudaemon,and large numbers of the enemy from either nation were killed in action and many towns captured.In Ethiopia they reached as far as the town of Nabata, which is next to Meroe.In Arabia the army marched into the land of the Sabaei as far as the town of Mariba.

c.27 Egypt I added to the dominion of the Roman people.Armenia Major, which I could have made a province after the killing of its King Artaxes,I preferred, on the example of our ancestors, to hand over as a kingdom to Tigranes, son of King Artavasdes, and grandson of Tigranes,acting through Ti. Nero who was then my stepson.And when the same nation afterwards seceded and revolted, and had been subdued through the agency of my son Gaius, I handed it over to be ruled by King Ariobarzanes, the son of Artabazus, king of the Medes, and after his death to his son Artavasdes.On his being killed, I sent to that kingdom Tigranes, who was descended from the royal stock of the Armenians.All the provinces across the Adriatic sea eastwards, and the Cyrenes,when they were for the most part in the hands of kings,and on a previous occasion Sicily and Sardinia after they were seized in the servile war, were recovered by me.

c.28 Colonies in Africa, Sicily, Macedonia, either Spain, Achaia, Asia, Syria, Narbonese Gaul and Pisidia I founded for the soldiers.Italy too has twenty-eight colonies, which have become very busy and populous within my own lifetime, founded on my authority.

c.29 A number of military standards lost under other commanders I have recovered by defeating the enemy, in Spain, Gaul and Dalmatia.The Parthians I compelled to restore the spoils and standards of three Roman armies and as suppliants to seek a pact with the Roman people.The standards in question I deposited in the sanctuary in the temple of Mars the Avenger.

c.30 The nations of Pannonia, never approached by Roman armies before my ascendancy,after being overthrown through the agency of Ti. Nero who was then my stepson and legate,I subjected to the dominion of the Roman people, and extended the boundaries of Illyricum to the bank of the river Danube.When the river was crossed by an army of Dacians it was defeated and overwhelmed under my auspices, and later my army was led across the Danube and compelled the nations of Dacia to bear the rule of the Roman people.


c.31 There were frequently sent to me from India royal embassies which had not been seen before that time with any Roman leader.A pact with us was sought through ambassadors by the Bastarnae, the Scythians, the kings of the Sarmatians from the nearer and the farther sides of the river Don, and by the kings of the Albani, of the Hiberi and of the Medes.

c.32 There fled to me as suppliants the kings of the Parthians Tiridates and later Phrates, the son of King Phrates, Artavasdes king of the Medes, Artaxares king of the Adiabeni, Dumnobellaunus and Tincommius kings of the Britons, Maelo king of the Sugambri, and [. . .]rus king of the Marcomanni Suebi.To me in Italy Phrates king of the Parthians, son of Orodes, sent all his sons and grandsons,not after a military defeat, but seeking a pact with us on the security of his children.Very many other nations put the Roman people's trust to the test under my ascendancy,although previously there had existed no diplomatic or treaty relations with the Roman people.

c.33 From my hand the nations of Parthia and Media received the kings they sought through ambassadors who were the leaders of their nation, the Parthians Vonones, son of King Phrates, grandson of King Orodes, the Medes Ariobarzanes, son of King Artavazdes, grandson of King Ariobarzanes.

c.34 In my sixth and seventh consulships, after I had extinguished the civil wars,having been by unanimous agreement placed in full control,I transferred the commonwealth from my power to the discretion of the senate and people of Rome.In return for this service I was by ruling of the senate named Augustus,the doorposts of my house were officially dressed with laurel and the civic crown was fixed above my door,and a golden shield was set in the Julian senate house testifying by its inscription that it was presented to me by the senate and people of Rome to mark my enterprise, clemency, justice and loyalty.After that time I was in influence superior to all,while of power I possessed no greater measure than the rest of my colleagues in each magistracy.

c.35 During my thirteenth consulship the senate and equestrian order and people of Rome unanimously saluted me father of my country and voted that this should be inscribed in the vestibule of my house, in the Julian senate house and in the Augustan forum beneath the chariot which had been set up in my honour by ruling of the senate.At the time of writing I am in my seventy-sixth year.

app.1 Total funds he gave to the treasury, the Roman plebs or the discharged soldiers was 600,000,000 denarii.

app.2 New works he built were the temples of Mars, of Jupiter the Thunderer and the Trophy-Bearer, of Apollo, the Divine Julius, Quirinus, Minerva, Juno the Queen, Jupiter Libertas, the Lares, the home gods, Juventas and of the Great Mother, the Lupercal, the gallery in the circus, the senate house with Chalcidicum, the Augustan forum, the Julian basilica, the theatre of Marcellus, the Octavian portico, and the grove of the Caesars across the Tiber.

app.3 He reconstructed the Capitol and the temples to the number of eighty-two, the theatre of Pompey, the conduits of the aqueducts and the Via Flaminia.

app.4 Expenses incurred upon the stage displays, the gladiatorial shows, the athletics, the beast hunts and the naval battle, and the funds granted to colonies, towns and places destroyed by earthquake and fire, or individually to his partners and to senators whose capital rating he made up, are beyond reckoning.



Translation from: E.A.Judge, Augustus and Roman History: Documents and Papers for Student Use (Macquarie 1987)pp.59-63

7 Jan. (43 B.C.) On this day Caesar first assumed the fasces: supplicatio to everlasting Jupiter.

8 Jan. (A.D. 13) The statue of Augustan Justice was dedicated.

11 Jan. (29 B.C.) [...] Imperator Caesar Augustus brought wars to an end for the third time since Romulus and closed Janus.

13 Jan. (27 B.C.) The senate decreed that the oak crown should he placed above the door of the house of Imperator Caesar Augustus because he had given back [liberty] to the Roman people.

14 Jan. (82 B.C.) The day has been declared black by s.c., being the birthday of Antonius.

16 Jan. (27 B.C.) On this day Caesar was named Augustus: supplicatio to Augustus.

        (9 B.C.) Tiberius Caesar entered the city with ovatio from Pannonia.

        (A.D.10) A holiday by s.c. because on this day the temple of Augustan Concord was dedicated in the forum.

17 Jan. (38 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Augusta married Deified Augustus.

        (A.D. 5 or 9). The priests (pontifices), augurs, the college of fifteen for sacred rites (quindecimviri sacris faciundis), and the college of seven for feasts (septemviri epulones) sacrifice victims to the divinity of Augustus on the altar which Tiberius Caesar dedicated. A holiday by s.c. because on this day Tiberius Caesar dedicated the altar to his father, Deified Augustus.

27 Jan. (A.D. 6) The temple of Castor and Pollux was dedicated.

30 Jan. (58 B.C.) [...] the birthday of Julia Augusta [ . . . ].

        (9 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day the altar of Augustan Peace was dedicated in the Campus Martius: supplicatio to the Imperium of Caesar Augustus, the guardian of [Roman citizens and of the world].

5 Feb. (2 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Imperator Caesar Augustus, pontifex maximus, in his twenty-first year of tribunician power, consul for the thirteenth time, was named father of his country by the senate and people of Rome.

21 or 22 Feb. (A.D.4) [...] and this day, on which Gaius Caesar died, should be handed down to memory as a day of mourning like that of the Allia[...].

6 Mar. (12 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Imperator Caesar Augustus was elected pontifex maximus. Supplicatio to Vesta, to the public gods and penates of the Roman people, the Quirites. On this account the duumviri sacrifice, while the people wear garlands and holiday clothes.

10 Mar. (A.D. 15) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Tiberius Caesar was elected pontifex maximus.

14 Apr. (43 B.C.) On this day Caesar was victorious for the first time: supplicatio to Augustan Victory.

16 Apr. (43 B.C.) On this day Caesar was first saluted imperator: supplicatio to the Felicity of the Imperium.

23 Apr. (A.D. 22) Julia Augusta and Tiberius Augustus dedicated a statue to his father, Deified Augustus, at the theatre of Marcellus.

24 Apr. (27 B.C.) Tiberius Caesar assumed the toga of manhood (toga virilis).

28 Apr. (12 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day the chapel and altar of Vesta were dedicated in the house of Imperator Caesar Augustus, pontifex maximus.

12 May (19 B.C.) On this day the temple of Mars was dedicated: supplicatio to the Might (Moles) of Mars. Martian games in the circus.

24 May (15 B.C.) Birthday of Germanicus Caesar: supplicatio to Vesta.

26 Jun. (A.D.4) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Imperator Augustus adopted Tiberius Caesar as his son.

4 Jul. (13 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day the altar of Augustan Peace was set up in the Campus.

1 Aug. (30 B.C.) Egypt brought under the control of the Roman people: (For ? To ?) Victoria Virgo on the Palatium; Hope (Spes) in the vegetable market. A holiday by s.c. because on this day Imperator Caesar Augustus freed the commonwealth from terrible danger.

       (10 B.C.) Birthday of Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augllstus.

3 Aug. (A.D.8) Tiberius Augustus was victorious in Illyricum.

10 Aug. (A.D.7) A holiday because on this day altars were set up in the Vicus Jugarius to Mother Ceres and Augustan Plenty (Ops) in accordance with the vow undertaken.

14 Aug. (29 B.C.) Augustus celebrated a triumph.

18 Aug. (29 B.C.) The temple of Deified Julius was dedicated.

19 Aug. (43 B.C.) On this day Caesar entered upon his first consulship: supplicatio to [...]

        (A.D.14) A terrible day: Augustus died.

20 Aug. (A.D.2) Funeral of Lucius Caesar: [...] annually on public [...] to his spirit.

28 Aug. (29 B.C.) A holiday because on this day the altar of Victory was dedicated in the senate house.

31 Aug. (A.D.12) Birthday of Gaius Caesar Germanicus.

1 Sep. (22 B.C.) (For ? To ?) Thundering Jupiter on the Capitol. (For ? To ?) Jupiter the Liberator and Queen Juno on the Aventine.

2 Sep. (31 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Imperator Caesar Augustus, son of the Deified, was victorious at Actium.

3 Sep. (36 B.C.) A holiday and supplicationes at all shrines because on this day Caesar Augustus was victorious in Sicily.

4 Sep. (?) (36 B.C.) [...] on this day the army of Lepidus surrendered to Caesar: supplicatio to [...].

17 Sep. (A.D.14) A holiday by s.c. because on this day heavenly honours were decreed by the senate for Deified Augustus.

23 Sep. (63 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Caesar Augustus, the pontifex maximus, was born. (For ? To ?) Mars and Neptune in the Campus, and Apollo at the theatre of Marcellus. Games in the circus.

5 Oct. (A.D.14) Games celebrated for Deified Augustus and Fortuna Redux.

7 Oct. (15 B.C.) (?) Birthday of Drusus Caesar: supplicatio to Vesta.

9 Oct. (28 B.C.) (For ? To?) Public Genius, Fortunate Prosperity (Felicitas), Victorious Venus on the capitol, Apollo on the Palatium. Games. Augustus dedicated the temple of Apollo.

12 Oct. (19 B.C.) A holiday by s.c. because on this day Imperator Caesar Augustus returned to the city from the overseas provinces and the altar of Fortuna the Homebringer (Fortuna Redux) was set up. Augustan games.

18 Oct. (48 B.C.) (?) On this day Caesar assumed the toga virilis: supplicatio to Hope and Youth.

23 Oct (42 B.C.) Imperator Caesar Augustus was victorious at Philippi in the second battle, after the death of Brutus.

       (A.D.12) Tiberius Caesar rode in triumph over Illyricum.

16 Nov. (42 B.C.) Birthday of Tiberius Caesar: supplicatio to Vesta.

15 Dec. (19 B.C.) On this day the altar of Fortuna Redux was dedicated, she having brought Caesar Augustus home from the overseas provinces: supplicatio to Fortuna Redux.