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    Imperator Caesar Augustus: Following his 31 BC defeat of Mark Antony and Cleopatra, partly on his own insistence, ...

  2. Early life. Born in Tenby, at 11,12 or 13 The Esplanade now known as The Belgrave Hotel. Pembrokeshire, John was the younger son and third of four children. His father was Edwin William John, a Welsh solicitor; his mother, Augusta Smith from a long line of Sussex master plumbers, died young when he was six, but not before inculcating a love of drawing in both Augustus and his older sister Gwen.

  3. Augustus Gregory, esploratore britannico; Augustus Henry FitzRoy, nobile e politico britannico; Augustus Le Plongeon, fotografo e archeologo britannico; Augustus Meineke, filologo tedesco; Augustus Mongredien, scacchista e scrittore britannico; Augustus Pablo, musicista e produttore discografico giamaicano; Augustus Phillips, attore statunitense

  4. Henry FitzRoy, who died in 1245. Osbert Gifford, who was given lands in Oxfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Sussex, and is last seen alive in 1216. Eudes FitzRoy, who accompanied his half-brother Richard, Earl of Cornwall, on Crusade and died in the Holy Land in 1241. Bartholomew FitzRoy, a member of the order of Friars Preachers.

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  6. 01/04/2021 · View from Gardens of Augustus in Capri Ana Linares Capri is home to both rural farming and fishing communities, most obviously reflected in the island's well-known culinary traditions, based on simple, fresh ingredients from land and sea and overflowing with the big, bold, sunny flavours of southern Italy .

  7. The office of prime minister developed in Britain in the 18th century, when King George I ceased attending meetings of his ministers and it was left to powerful premiers to act as government chief executive. Sir Robert Walpole is generally considered to have been Britain’s first prime minister. This is a chronologically ordered list of the prime ministers, from the earliest to the most recent.