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In September, 31 to AD both fleets met in Greece in Cape Actium. Octavian himself disposed on the right wing and the left instructed its commander Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa. As many had foreseen, Anthony trial proved utterly useless. Due to lack of rowers they could not gain acceleration, which mainly depends on the force and ram. Octavian ships easily avoided attacks, bypassed the enemy from the board and attacked from the rear. The outcome of the battle is still far has not been resolved, when sixty Egyptian ships, led by Cleopatra, had suddenly fled. As soon as Antony saw this, he seemed mad and threw the battle and ran to catch up with the queen. Fleet it still continued to fight for a while, but in the evening stopped resistance. A week later surrendered and all the land army - 19 legions and cavalry masses.

Gesonde Gesinskos by Christelle Erasmus

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