Quiz: How similar are you to Augustus Caesar?

Born Gaius Octavius, Augustus was the first emperor of Rome, responsible for creating an institution that would last millennia after his death and guarantee Rome a period of unparallel peace and prosperity for near 2 centuries. A controversial figure both in his lifetime and in history, many, nonetheless, consider him to be Rome’s greatest emperor whose legacy left a lasting impact on western history. Take this quiz and find out how much do you have in common with the emperor.

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1.

You are a USMC officer leading a platoon to the front. You and troops mistakenly land ashore deep inside hostile territory. Do you:

1 out of 12
2.

You see that the former enemies of your dad are in need of help. Do you:

2 out of 12
3.

In your opinion, what is most important for winning the support of the army

3 out of 12
4.

You recently won a decisive battle. Your superiors unfairly give most of the credit to a famous political figure that played no part in it. In protest you:

4 out of 12
5.

You are short of money and need to pay salaries to your troops. Which of the following is your best option?

5 out of 12
6.

Your long time friend and your new girlfriend both really hate each other. You decide to:

6 out of 12
7.

Your business is failing to repay its bank loans, you:

7 out of 12
8.

One of the directors in your company tried to convince the board members to fire you. He also happens to be the brother of the current president. You decide to:

8 out of 12
9.

When it comes to making deals, you like to:

9 out of 12
10.

A rebel stronghold surrenders to your army.  If there were no personal consequences for your actions, you would definitely:

10 out of 12
11.

When it comes to acquiring power, the best method is to

11 out of 12
12.

Are you fond of giving yourself outlandish titles like, "Commander Caesar son of the deified one"?

12 out of 12

Disclaimer: No Optimates were harmed in the making of this quiz.

 

 

A. R. Usmani

Historian | Researcher | Likes to live in the past because housing is much cheaper

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