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User avatar #146 - tylosaurus (06/18/2015) [-]
Unfortunately, not as good at all.
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#512 - I agree with the part about KEEPING power, but the original co…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2015 on Fitness Success... +1
User avatar #604 - imperiumromanum (05/25/2015) [-]
Fair point, but you have to remember that Rome was, essentially, split between Antony and Augustus, rather than giving Augustus full power, and he wasn't the Princeps, it was more of a Triumverate with Augustus, Antony, and one other whose name I can't remember at this point. Augustus did seize power by taking the third guys territory when he died, declaring war against Antony, and labelling him a traitor to Rome, then working his way up into the position of Princeps. But again, you have a fair point, my comment did say that, and I am wrong, wasn't really thinking about what I was typing then.
#369 - So you're telling me a man born to a lesser known family of Ro…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/25/2015 on Fitness Success... +3
#437 - imperiumromanum (05/25/2015) [-]
I'm neither, I know what I'm talking about. Sure he conquered large swaths of territory from the Gauls, he was a great general, don't get me wrong. The only problem was that he was a soldier first and a politician second, which was the opposite of Augustus. He declared himself dictator for life, but had too many enemies to be able to keep his life for long, as the Senate soon had him killed. Augustus knew exactly how to take complete control of Rome, I'd argue from the moment Caesar died based on how fast and smartly he moved.

Caesar was assasinated on the steps of the Senate by some of what he thought were his greatest friends, Augustus lived for around 70+ years, and ruled for around 40 years, Caesar was only Dictator for Life for around 5 years, not counting his Consulship. Caesar's problem was not that he was too ambitious, but that he wanted his ambitions to be achieved too quickly, which is fine if you're a leading an army, sometimes, but not working through politics. Augustus worked slowly and methodically to gain his Emperorship, starting with the war against Antony by having all the people and soldiers on his side swear an oath of loyalty to him and him alone, which helped to ensure that people would not betray him. Then, through the war, he slowly eliminated all those who could be seen as a threat to him, either by assassination or imprisonment, then execution, and calling them traitors. After the war was over, and all of his enemies were dead, he had to deal with the Senate. He did so by making himself Consul for life, along with Agrippa, his trusted general.

He started with his First Settlement (27 BC) in which he gave up his senate responses, but gave himself the name Augustus, and started the creation of the Principe ruling system, he also created new Imperial provinces, the most important one being Egypt, which for all the Empire would never be controlled by a Senator, and he also had the loyalty of much of the army for his victories. In the Second Settlement (23 BC) he gave up his consulship and all of his other official magistrate titles and allowed the Senators to run for these positions again, and even made several new ones to appease the Senate because, he knew, that the Senators figured, what's the point of being in power but having no positions to run for. He did retain his princeps titles though, meaning he was still in charge, but the Senate thought that it was actually in charge. Basically, the senate had a say in how things would be run, but Augustus had final say in everything, whether the Senators knew it or not. Later on, in 12 and 2 BC respectively, he also named himself Pontifex Maximus and Pater Patriae (Father of his country). With him being the Princeps, first among equals, he, officially, ruled within the republican constitution and, by the time of his death, there was no threat against the Princeps, at least in the sense that they would be assassinated for having too much power and return the country into a republic.

He also won over the military by sending them to war to expand the borders further than they already were, which earned him more loyalty from the army, as the army always loved a successful general, rather than an unsuccessful one.

I see where you're coming from, I just want you to understand why I believe Augustus was a better ruler than Julius, I'm not uneducated in this subject, though I'm also not an expert. Hope that clears up my opinion!
User avatar #512 - JuliusC (05/25/2015) [-]
I agree with the part about KEEPING power, but the original comment you made stated that he wasn't good at TAKING power, which is absolutely false. Julius was also an excellent politician, he played the power game with the wealthiest and most influential figures of rome until his ends were met. The problem is that his two most powerful allies were lost. Crassus died in battle while ceasars daughter, wife of Pompey died in childbirth, greatly weakening the alliance.
Also the thing about Augustus is that he never really went throug all the work of seizing power like Julius did, as he was already named heir by right all that was left of him was to defeat brutus, pompey and the rest of the conspirators, and with Julius leaving half of his will to the Roman people and augustus sharing the name he really didnt have to do too much to get the support of the people.
User avatar #604 - imperiumromanum (05/25/2015) [-]
Fair point, but you have to remember that Rome was, essentially, split between Antony and Augustus, rather than giving Augustus full power, and he wasn't the Princeps, it was more of a Triumverate with Augustus, Antony, and one other whose name I can't remember at this point. Augustus did seize power by taking the third guys territory when he died, declaring war against Antony, and labelling him a traitor to Rome, then working his way up into the position of Princeps. But again, you have a fair point, my comment did say that, and I am wrong, wasn't really thinking about what I was typing then.
#316 - A roman theme account, i admire/ resent you for this.  [+] (6 new replies) 05/25/2015 on Fitness Success... +10
#363 - imperiumromanum (05/25/2015) [-]
Pff, named after the one who didn't even know how to correctly take power, nice try Julius, but you should leave ruling to the better Caesar's
User avatar #378 - Gandalfthewhite (05/25/2015) [-]
He knew how to take power, he just might not have been as good at keeping it
#369 - JuliusC (05/25/2015) [-]
So you're telling me a man born to a lesser known family of Rome who died Dictator for Life after successfully conquering large swaths of Europe previously thought untouchable by Romans didn't know how to take power? As opposed to the rest of them who just kind of inherited it? Are you stupid or just trolling
#437 - imperiumromanum (05/25/2015) [-]
I'm neither, I know what I'm talking about. Sure he conquered large swaths of territory from the Gauls, he was a great general, don't get me wrong. The only problem was that he was a soldier first and a politician second, which was the opposite of Augustus. He declared himself dictator for life, but had too many enemies to be able to keep his life for long, as the Senate soon had him killed. Augustus knew exactly how to take complete control of Rome, I'd argue from the moment Caesar died based on how fast and smartly he moved.

Caesar was assasinated on the steps of the Senate by some of what he thought were his greatest friends, Augustus lived for around 70+ years, and ruled for around 40 years, Caesar was only Dictator for Life for around 5 years, not counting his Consulship. Caesar's problem was not that he was too ambitious, but that he wanted his ambitions to be achieved too quickly, which is fine if you're a leading an army, sometimes, but not working through politics. Augustus worked slowly and methodically to gain his Emperorship, starting with the war against Antony by having all the people and soldiers on his side swear an oath of loyalty to him and him alone, which helped to ensure that people would not betray him. Then, through the war, he slowly eliminated all those who could be seen as a threat to him, either by assassination or imprisonment, then execution, and calling them traitors. After the war was over, and all of his enemies were dead, he had to deal with the Senate. He did so by making himself Consul for life, along with Agrippa, his trusted general.

He started with his First Settlement (27 BC) in which he gave up his senate responses, but gave himself the name Augustus, and started the creation of the Principe ruling system, he also created new Imperial provinces, the most important one being Egypt, which for all the Empire would never be controlled by a Senator, and he also had the loyalty of much of the army for his victories. In the Second Settlement (23 BC) he gave up his consulship and all of his other official magistrate titles and allowed the Senators to run for these positions again, and even made several new ones to appease the Senate because, he knew, that the Senators figured, what's the point of being in power but having no positions to run for. He did retain his princeps titles though, meaning he was still in charge, but the Senate thought that it was actually in charge. Basically, the senate had a say in how things would be run, but Augustus had final say in everything, whether the Senators knew it or not. Later on, in 12 and 2 BC respectively, he also named himself Pontifex Maximus and Pater Patriae (Father of his country). With him being the Princeps, first among equals, he, officially, ruled within the republican constitution and, by the time of his death, there was no threat against the Princeps, at least in the sense that they would be assassinated for having too much power and return the country into a republic.

He also won over the military by sending them to war to expand the borders further than they already were, which earned him more loyalty from the army, as the army always loved a successful general, rather than an unsuccessful one.

I see where you're coming from, I just want you to understand why I believe Augustus was a better ruler than Julius, I'm not uneducated in this subject, though I'm also not an expert. Hope that clears up my opinion!
User avatar #512 - JuliusC (05/25/2015) [-]
I agree with the part about KEEPING power, but the original comment you made stated that he wasn't good at TAKING power, which is absolutely false. Julius was also an excellent politician, he played the power game with the wealthiest and most influential figures of rome until his ends were met. The problem is that his two most powerful allies were lost. Crassus died in battle while ceasars daughter, wife of Pompey died in childbirth, greatly weakening the alliance.
Also the thing about Augustus is that he never really went throug all the work of seizing power like Julius did, as he was already named heir by right all that was left of him was to defeat brutus, pompey and the rest of the conspirators, and with Julius leaving half of his will to the Roman people and augustus sharing the name he really didnt have to do too much to get the support of the people.
User avatar #604 - imperiumromanum (05/25/2015) [-]
Fair point, but you have to remember that Rome was, essentially, split between Antony and Augustus, rather than giving Augustus full power, and he wasn't the Princeps, it was more of a Triumverate with Augustus, Antony, and one other whose name I can't remember at this point. Augustus did seize power by taking the third guys territory when he died, declaring war against Antony, and labelling him a traitor to Rome, then working his way up into the position of Princeps. But again, you have a fair point, my comment did say that, and I am wrong, wasn't really thinking about what I was typing then.
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User avatar #81 - sketchysketchist (05/10/2015) [-]
I never said I was Anti-gun.
I just agreed that the argument, "guns don't kill people, people kill people" is just as stupid as the argument "guns kill people". Neither say anything, nor do they prove anything.

Also, I pretty much meant to say, "Don't fuck with Chicago, bring weapons or you're fucked".


You're being a ridiculous cunt who gets take political issues too seriously on a site called FunnyJunk.
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User avatar #14 - ivebeenquickscopin (08/26/2013) [-]
I recommend more traps
#7 - anon (01/16/2013) [-]
Have you considered making a dropbox of your pictures that you post on gay?

Some of us would like to download them all :3
User avatar #8 to #7 - JuliusC (01/16/2013) [-]
Were you the one that posted complimenting everyone's butts?
#9 to #8 - anon (01/16/2013) [-]
nope, I'm just a friendly anon who is secretly in love with you.
User avatar #10 to #9 - JuliusC (01/16/2013) [-]
daww, thx
#11 to #10 - anon (01/16/2013) [-]
so do you have a dropbox or anything where I can download all your pictures? :3
User avatar #12 to #11 - JuliusC (01/16/2013) [-]
no, ill make one though
#13 to #12 - anon (01/16/2013) [-]
I love you.
User avatar #3 - runfrompedobear (09/21/2010) [-]
oh woah! soz I didn't see it =P
User avatar #1 - runfrompedobear (09/20/2010) [-]
Please tell me how the hell you deleted your comment on http://funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/976618/well+played/
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!
User avatar #2 to #1 - JuliusC (09/21/2010) [-]
its called the delete button to the right of your comment right after BLOCK------------------------------------>
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