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-=====36 B.C. ======+===== Imperium Aeternum - Chronology : 36 BC =====
  
 The Via Julia now extends into the provinces of Aquitania and Terraconensis. The road includes several stations of the Epistula Equinus. Cleopatra and Pharxes’ army begins to grow in Judae in preparation for Caesar’s invasion of Parthia several years later. Agrippa defeats Sextus’ navy off the coast of Sicily in the Battle of Naulochus Cape in May. Agrippa lands in Sicily and manages to conquer the entire island by September after the spectacular Battle of Messina in which he utterly destroys Sextus’ much larger force and executes him. Agrippa sends Sextus’ head back to Rome where it is displayed in the Forum Julium. Lepidus completes his campaign in northern Spain, annexing the rest of the Iberian Peninsula to the Roman empire in August. The Via Julia now extends into the provinces of Aquitania and Terraconensis. The road includes several stations of the Epistula Equinus. Cleopatra and Pharxes’ army begins to grow in Judae in preparation for Caesar’s invasion of Parthia several years later. Agrippa defeats Sextus’ navy off the coast of Sicily in the Battle of Naulochus Cape in May. Agrippa lands in Sicily and manages to conquer the entire island by September after the spectacular Battle of Messina in which he utterly destroys Sextus’ much larger force and executes him. Agrippa sends Sextus’ head back to Rome where it is displayed in the Forum Julium. Lepidus completes his campaign in northern Spain, annexing the rest of the Iberian Peninsula to the Roman empire in August.
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