Who was the cunning politician Julius Caesar or Octavian Augustus?

Octavian Augustus was a cunning politician. Understanding why Caesar was killed, he did not want history to repeat itself. However, he also set unlimited power as his goal. In the end, he achieved it. At the same time, he did not officially become the emperor. His position was called princeps. Unlike the imperial, he did not have the right to transfer power by inheritance. During his reign, the Senate lost its power and had no power. Octavian managed to achieve this with a clever and cunning policy. As a result, he ruled for a long time and went down in history as one of the best Roman rulers.

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