Turtledove
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"After his adoption, he became Emperor of Rome . . . " Well yes, that did happen at a later date than the adoption itself, but this makes it sound as though he ascended to the throne uncontested as Caesar's designated successor. This needs clarification but I'll defer to those with a deeper knowledge of Roman history than mine. Turtle Fan 16:29, 12 December 2008 (UTC)

His tie to Caesar was critical to his ascension, but you are right, he didn't take the reins upon Caesar's death. I just removed the clause. TR 16:31, 12 December 2008 (UTC)
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