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-===== Imperium Aeternum - Chronology : 42 BC =====+===== Imperium Aeternum - Chronology : 41 BC =====
  
 Octavian establishes a primitive mail system so as to communicate with Caesar better and move information around the empire much faster than in the past. The Epistula Equinus, or mail system devised by Octavian consists of stations within and between the major cities of the empire to help the government better communicate with the provinces and the army. The bill Octavian introduces to the Senate becomes the lex Epistulus in Feb. The mail stations house several horses and mail men who carry a message on horse back to the next station, then hand over the message to the next man at the next station. This way, messages about invasions, decrees, revolts, etc. can reach Rome and then the area it needs to go to next much quicker. The mail system remains a private system of communication for the government and some prominent Romans for centuries to come. In early April, the Senate votes into law the second part of the Lex Legis Magnus. Philipatos becomes Ptolemy Caesar’s tutor. Cleopatra’s popularity among the Roman people continues to grows as she regularly attends public meetings and can often be found at the bath houses discussing politics with prominent patrician citizens. Publius Servilius Vatia Isauricus becomes the first president of the new Senate. Octavian establishes a primitive mail system so as to communicate with Caesar better and move information around the empire much faster than in the past. The Epistula Equinus, or mail system devised by Octavian consists of stations within and between the major cities of the empire to help the government better communicate with the provinces and the army. The bill Octavian introduces to the Senate becomes the lex Epistulus in Feb. The mail stations house several horses and mail men who carry a message on horse back to the next station, then hand over the message to the next man at the next station. This way, messages about invasions, decrees, revolts, etc. can reach Rome and then the area it needs to go to next much quicker. The mail system remains a private system of communication for the government and some prominent Romans for centuries to come. In early April, the Senate votes into law the second part of the Lex Legis Magnus. Philipatos becomes Ptolemy Caesar’s tutor. Cleopatra’s popularity among the Roman people continues to grows as she regularly attends public meetings and can often be found at the bath houses discussing politics with prominent patrician citizens. Publius Servilius Vatia Isauricus becomes the first president of the new Senate.
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